Ryan Cranmer named first team all-Southeast Region by DAKTRONICS


Ryan Cranmer named first team all-Southeast Region by DAKTRONICS
Thursday, May 15, 2014

MONTEVALLO, Ala. - Newberry College senior third baseman Ryan Cranmer (Newport, N.C.) has been named first team all-Southeast Region by DAKTRONICS, as announced Thursday.

Cranmer was recently named the first player in the program's history to earn first team all-South Atlantic Conference more than once. He was one of the top hitters in the conference, standing in a tie for third place in batting average (.376) and fourth in homeruns (10).

His 47 runs scored ranked third in the league and he led the conference in total bases with 116. He was fifth in the conference with 68 hits and eighth in the league with 44 RBIs. He was also 12th in the conference with 11 stolen bases.

Cranmer now advances to the DAKTRONICS All-American ballot, which will be voted on by Division II sports information professionals from across the nation.

 

2014 DAKTRONICS NCAA DIVISION II ALL-SOUTHEAST REGION TEAM

FIRST TEAM

1B

Connor Lewis

Lander

2B

Daniel Fraga

UNC Pembroke

3B

Ryan Cranmer

Newberry

SS

Erik Lunde

Lander

C

Steve Hazel

Georgia College

OF

Patrick Grady

Lander

OF

Ivan Vieitez

Lenoir-Rhyne

OF

Bradon Reitano

Mount Olive

DH

Taylor Hinshaw

Georgia College

UT

Vinny Ferrara

Tusculum

SP

Olen Little

Wingate

SP

Craig Brooks

Catawba

SP

Ethan Bader

Armstrong

SP

Dylan Wolchik

Lander

RP

Ryan McClintock

Catawba

Player of the Year - Patrick Grady, Lander
Pitcher of the Year - Craig Brooks, Catawba

SECOND TEAM

1B

Clay Ardeeser

Georgia College

2B

Will Fulmer

Montevallo

3B

Jordan Edgerton

UNC Pembroke

SS

Michael Wilson

Francis Marion

C

Justin Manning

Mount Olive

OF

Jay Gonzalez

Mount Olive

OF

Josh Coker

Lincoln Memorial

OF

Jackson Oliver

Columbus State

DH

Dalton Knight

UNC Pembroke

SP

Shaefer Shepard

Catawba

SP

Ben Currie

Wingate

SP

Derek Justice

Mount Olive

SP

Andy Sullivan

UNC Pembroke

RP

Jeffrey Stoner

Francis Marion