DURANT, Okla. — The Southeastern Oklahoma State baseball team had three players — Austin Ferguson, Travis Spinney, and Brett Akins — each take home All-Great American Conference honors.
Ferguson and Spinney each earned second-team recognition while Akins was an honorable mention selection.
Ferguson, a junior first baseman from The Colony, finished as the team’s top hitter, batting .380 with 62 hits, including seven doubles, a triple and three home runs. He drove in 30 runs and scored 37 while carrying a .491 slugging percentage and after drawing 26 walks boasted a .469 on base percentage. In the field he was near perfect at first base with a .990 fielding percentage on 310 chances.
Spinney, a senior centerfielder from Lewisville, was third on the team with a .343 average after collecting 62 hits which included 18 doubles, a triple, and five home runs. He drove in 34 RBI and scored 41 runs. He carried a .538 slugging percentage and a .392 on base percentage and he finished second in the GAC in stolen bases with 18.
Akins, a senior third baseman from Hartshorne, Okla., had a .352 average with 56 hits that included nine doubles, two triples, and seven home runs. He drove in 32 runs and scored 43 while carrying a team-high .566 slugging percentage and, thanks to a GAC best 23 hit by pitches, boasted a .464 on base percentage.