The Siena Heights baseball team was led by Brendan Green, Freddy Jehle and Brenden Baker, earning Second Team All-Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference, as announced recently by the league. Thirteen Saints were also named to the WHAC All-Academic Team.
Junior first baseman Green was named Second Team and the Gold Glove Winner in his position, honoring the fielder in each position with the best fielding percentage in the WHAC. Green holds a .992 fielding percentage while earning 358 putouts and 17 assists with only three errors to lead the Saints. He is the lone Saint to start every game this season and managed a .357 batting average with a .416 on base percentage in 207 at-bats.
Senior shortstop Jehle started in 24 games this season prior to an injury that limited him to running the bases for the Saints. In 90 at-bats, Jehle held a .444 batting average with a .505 on base percentage to lead SHU. He went 12-for-15 in stolen bases as he scored 31 runs.
Junior outfielder Baker also managed a .357 batting average with a .413 on base percentage. He earned a fielding percentage of .979 with 82 putouts, 10 assists and two errors.
Thirteen Saints were named to the WHAC All-Academic Team, including the lone two-time honoree Carson Wlad. Newcomers to this award are Cameron Best, Delver Freites, Riley Guntrip, Jacob Jones, Erich Klingelhofer, Landon Lumbrezer, Reid Olmstead, Ryley Overacker, Jesse Stires, Snyder Torres, Baker and Green.