A total of six Southeastern baseball players have been named All-Great American Conference, led by the trio of Chevis Springer, Evan Ramsey and Vance Woodruff on first team, with Tucker Alexander earning second team honors and Cameron Mann earning honorable mention.
The Savage Storm finished the season at 23-20 overall and 15-15 in GAC play and fell one-game shy of making the conference tournament.
Ramsey, a sophomore designated hitter from Denison, Texas, led the team offensively on the season in the triple-crown categories, posting a .356 average with eight home runs and 35 RBI. His average was ranked seventh in the conference. He carried a .597 slugging percentage and posted a .433 on-base percentage while scoring a team-high 37 runs and chipping in a pair of triples.
Springer, a junior outfielder from Paris, Texas, was third on the team with a .348 average, which was good for 10th in the GAC, while adding five doubles, a triple and a home run while driving in 26 runs. He added 34 runs scored of his own while posting a .482 on-base percentage and a .422 slugging percentage and was second on the team with 10 stolen bases.
Woodruff, a senior pitcher from Forney, Texas, was ranked in the top-10 in the GAC in ERA with a 2.89 mark while posting a 5-7 record on the year. He also paced the league in strikeouts with 84, while holding opponents to an average of .221. He posted six complete games on the year and tossed 90.1 innings over 14 appearances and 13 starts.
Alexander, a junior third baseman from Aubrey, Texas, was second on the team with a .354 average which also ranked him ninth in the GAC. He led the team in doubles with 11 while adding a triple and a pair of home runs. Alexander carried a .453 on-base percentage and a .422 slugging percentage while driving in 28 runs and scoring 33 of his own.
Mann, a senior pitcher from Tupelo, Okla., finished third in the Great American Conference in saves with nine over 21 appearances while throwing 48 innings on the season. He posted a 4.69 ERA with a 4-2 record. Mann also struck out 46 hitters over his 21 appearances and held opposing hitters to a .266 batting average.