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May 10, 2013

NSU outfielder named to MIAA 1st team

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2013 ALL-MIAA BASEBALL POSTSEASON AWARDS

Player of the Year: Michael Schulze, SS, Missouri Western

Pitcher of the Year: Brandon Simmons, P, Missouri Western

Freshman of the Year: Anthony Pacheco, OF, Nebraska-Kearney

Coach of the Year: Buzz Verduzco, Missouri Western

 

All-MIAA First Team

Starting Pitcher: Edgar Lopez, Sr., Central Oklahoma

Starting Pitcher: Matt Stalcup, Sr., Pittsburg State

Starting Pitcher: Brandon Simmons, Sr., Missouri Western

Relief Pitcher: Andrew Urban, Sr., Central Missouri

Catcher: Chase Graskewicz, Sr., Central Missouri

First Base: Mike Failoni, Jr., Lindenwood**

Second Base: Jimmy Smelcer, Sr., Missouri Western

Shortstop: Michael Schulze, Jr., Missouri Western**

Third Base: Grant Fink, Sr., Missouri Western**

Outfield: Cody Robinson, Jr., Northeastern State

Outfield: Kevin Gratza, Jr., Central Missouri

Outfield: Bubba Dotson, Sr., Missouri Western

Designated Hitter: Horace Johnson, Jr., Fort Hays State

Utility: Brian Wuest, Sr., Nebraska-Kearney

**= Unanimous Selection

 

All-MIAA Second Team

Starting Pitcher: Travis Higgs, Jr., Central Missouri

Starting Pitcher: Dakota McKaskle, Jr., Emporia State

Starting Pitcher: Brett Abell, Sr., Missouri Southern

Relief Pitcher: Trevor Walch, Sr., Northeastern State

Catcher: Sam Ryan, Sr., Missouri Southern

First Base: John Oropeza, Sr., Central Missouri

Second Base: Michael McCoy, Sr., Missouri Southern

Shortstop: Samuel Domingue, Sr., Central Missouri

Third Base: Eric Dawson, Sr., Emporia State

Outfield: Aaron Rea, Sr., Emporia State

Outfield: Kyle Simpson, Sr., Missouri Western

Outfield: Ryan Abernathy, Jr., Northwest Missouri

Designated Hitter: Eric McGlauflin, Jr., Northwest Missouri

Utility: Kyle Grieshaber, Sr., Central Missouri

 

All-MIAA Honorable Mention

Starting Pitcher: Ethan Sharp, Central Oklahoma; Tayler Davis, Fort Hays State; Ryan Bates, Missouri Southern; Payton Walker, Missouri Southern; Ryker Fox, Northwest Missouri; George Brandecker, Pittsburg State; Taylor Gentry, Washburn

Relief Pitcher: Jake Heissler, Central Missouri; Logan Hollingsworth, Missouri Western; Ryan McKay, Pittsburg State

Catcher: Mike Wilson, Lindenwood; Jake Schrader, Missouri Western; David Weber, Northeastern State; Jacoby Martin, Pittsburg State

First Base: Spencer Shockley, Missouri Western; Ryan Bilovesky, Pittsburg State; Paul Trenhaile, Truman

Second Base: Jon Cotter, Central Missouri; Blake Sturgeon, Emporia State; Chris Santoscoy, Fort Hays State; Landon Young, Southwest Baptist; Taylor Herrington, Washburn

Shortstop: Cesar Wong, Central Oklahoma; Nathan Pridle, Lindenwood; Kegan Knight, Northeastern State

Third Base: Matt Johnson, Central Oklahoma; Brad Foss, Pittsburg State

Outfield: Tyler Crabtree, Central Oklahoma; Jared Wright, Central Oklahoma; Brad Wilson, Central Missouri; Jordan Slade, Emporia State; Clayton Garland, Fort Hays State; Jordan Miller, Fort Hays State; Colby Shepherd, Lincoln; Wade Rothermich, Lindenwood; Will Wagner, Missouri Southern; Anthony Pacheco, Nebraska-Kearney; Kyle Singleton, Northeastern State; Tory Stoffregen, Pittsburg State; Ryan Ventura, Pittsburg State; Corban Williams, Truman; Parker Gibson, Washburn

Designated Hitter: Matt Malloy, Central Oklahoma

Utility: Ryan Busboom, Fort Hays State; Dallas Burke, Missouri Southern; Nate Ramler, Missouri Western; Blake Marino, Truman

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