Written by Joshua Soto (SJC-LI Sports Information)
Patchogue, NY| The St. Joseph's College (L.I.) baseball team landed five players on D3baseball.com's All-New York Region Teams, including the program's first-ever First-Team All-Region selection Tyler Crafa, as announced by the website on Tuesday morning.
Crafa earns his first All-Region selection after leading the team with a .431 batting average (3rd in conference) and the Skyline's fourth-best on-base percentage (.494). The Levittown, NY native was third on the team in runs scored (30), fifth in doubles (8), collected 31 hits, drove in 15 runs, and lead the team with 18 stolen bases.
Campanelli, who earned his first All-Conference honor earlier this month, picks up a first All-Region Second-Team nod after hitting .354 and posting a slugging percentage of .472. The sophomore catcher had the seventh-most RBI (16) on the team while also collecting 29 hits (6 doubles). Defensively, he posted a 1.000 fielding percentage and caught seven runners stealing.
In his first season with the Golden Eagles, Doria led the team offensively, posting a .361 batting average and an 1.225 OPS. The LIU Post transfer finished first in the conference in homeruns (9), and tied the program record for most RBIs in a single season (42). He amassed 39 hits, including 20 extra-base hits–10 doubles, a triple, and nine homeruns–scored 28 runs, and led the team with 21 walks.
Outsen, who took home the Skyline Pitcher of Year award, garners his second All-Region selection after posting a 7-0 record with a 1.99 earned-run average through 54.1 innings pitched this season. In his eight starts, the senior struck out 54 batters and allowed just eight extra-base hits on the year. Outsen tossed a career-best three shutouts, and held opposing batters to a .204 batting average. The senior pitcher also struck out a career-high 14 batters in a 20-0 win over Yeshiva on March 26. During conference play, the Lindenhurst, NY native went 6-0 with a .66 ERA, tossing 41 innings and fanned 39 batters.
Lubrano earned his first All-Region selection after appearing in 10 games and posting a 5-2 record. He led the team in innings pitched (55.1) and is currently sixth in the nation with a 1.30 ERA. The southpaw graduate student tossed three complete games, allowed eight runs, and struck out 42 batters.
||North Syracuse, N.Y.|
|2B||Tyler Crafa||St. Joseph's (L.I.)||So.
|SS||Tommy Ziegen||SUNY-Old Westbury||Sr.
||Glen Cove, N.Y.|
|3B||Eric Hamilton||Oswego State||Sr.
|OF||Mike Dellicarri||Oswego State||So.||Congers, N.Y.|
|OF||Will Gorman||Rochester Tech||Sr.
|U||Daniel Zeglen||Rochester Tech||So.
|SP||Anthony Brophy||St. John Fisher||Fr.||North Tonawanda, N.Y.|
|SP||Tim Cronin||Oswego State||Sr.
|SP||Brian Reed||Rochester Tech||Jr.
|RP||Brett Bouchard||Rochester Tech
|C||Daniel Campanelli||St. Joseph's (L.I.)||So.
|1B||Colman Hendershot||New York University||So.
||West Islip, N.Y.|
|3B||Seth Douglas||SUNY Canton||Sr.
|OF||Nate Budge||Cortland||Jr.||Central Square, N.Y.|
|OF||Cullen Franz||Alfred State||Sr.
|SP||Mitchell Cavanagh||Oswego State||Jr.
|SP||Matt Seelinger||Farmingdale State||Sr.||Westbury, N.Y.|
||East Rockaway, N.Y.|
|RP||Ryan Votypka||SUNY New Paltz
||Kings Park, N.Y.|
|C||Dylan Laudano||John Jay||Sr.
||Spring Hill, Fla.|
|1B||Scott Eisenmenger||St. John Fisher||Jr.
|SS||Jonathan Iaione||New York University||Jr.
|OF||Kent Curran||Union||Sr.||Eden Prairie, Minn.|
|OF||Lou Doria||St. Joseph's (L.I.)||Sr.
||Diamond Bar, Calif.
|SP||Brandon Lubrano||St. Joseph's (L.I.)||Sr.
|SP||Josh Outsen||St. Joseph's (L.I.)||Sr.
||Rochelle Park, N.J.|
|RP||Kyle Chambers||St. John Fisher||So.