OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - Junior outfielder Jarad Moore was named First Team All-Sooner Athletic Conference while junior third baseman Camilo Baldelomar was named to the second team.
Moore batted .397 on the year in 199 at bats. He drove in a team-high 46 runs and led the conference in the regular season with 76 hits. The 46 RBIs tied him for 12th in the conference. He hit four long balls and 18 doubles on the year.
Moore was a great defensive player for head coach Ryan Bay's team committing zero errors during the regular season while playing both left field and center field. He was tied for third on the squad with nine stolen bases and second on the team to Baldelomar with a .558 slugging percentage.
Baldelomar was a second-team selection for the Rangers, which finished 34-24 and fifth in the SAC. The junior was the squad's top power hitter blasting 12 home runs while knocking in 44 runs, second only to Moore.
His .676 slugging percentage was over .100 points better than the next Ranger (Moore - .558) and tied him for eighth in the league.
The Conference Player of the Year award was given to Oklahoma City's Miguel Beltran while the Coach of the Year was St. Gregory's Chris Pingry.
Oklahoma Baptist defeated Lubbock Christian 19-8 to win the conference tournament on Saturday.
Baseball Postseason Awards
Posted on Sun, May 6, 2012
by Allan Scarabello