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Four Earn All-Central Region Honors

From Sports Information Director, May 23, 2017 | Baseball
by Dan Lukes, dan.lukes@snc.edu, (920) 403-4077

DE PERE - Four St. Norbert College players were named All-Central Region by either D3baseball.com or the Rawlings/American Baseball Coaches Association team.

Junior outfielder/pitcher Jason Malkowski was a second-team choice and freshman pitcher Carson Jacques a third-team honoree by both D3baseball.com and the ABCA. Senior pitcher Jake McMahon was named second-team all-region by the ABCA, while sophomore infielder Griffin Jack was a third-team selection by D3baseball.com.

Malkowski, a Greenville native, was selected as a pitcher by D3baseball.com and as a utility player by the ABCA. Malkowski finished 6-2 with a 2.17 earned run average and 2.36 batting average against. He also hit .289 in 27 games while patrolling center field. He was named Midwest Conference North Division Pitcher of the Year.

McMahon, a Marinette native, finished the season 8-2 with a 3.21 earned run average and .272 batting average against. His 84 innings pitched set a school record while finishing second in school history in career wins with 21.

Jacques, a De Pere native, was the only freshman named to any of the ABCA or D3baseball.com teams. Jacques, the Midwest Conference North Division Newcomer of the Year, finished 6-1 with a 1.90 earned run average and .259 batting average against. His earned run average was the lowest for a St. Norbert pitcher since 1998.

Jack, a Neenah native, finished the season with a .299 batting average with three home runs and 30 runs batted in. He finished with 11 doubles and 33 runs scored while stealing 12 bases. He was named Midwest Conference North Division Player of the Year after hitting .405 in conference play.

St. Norbert finished 30-13 overall this season, setting a school record for wins. The Green Knights also won their third Midwest Conference championship in six seasons.