GREENSBORO, N.C. – Sophomore Sean Meyer of Marian University baseball has been named to the Midwest all-region second team as a utility player, as announced by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) and Rawlings.
Meyer (Oconomowoc, Wis.) had a dominant season at the plate earning a spot on the All-NACC first team at first base. Meyer recorded the highest batting average in the NACC, eighth in the nation and seventh all-time at Marian for a single season, at .434 to go with the best on-base percentage in the conference at .497. He also ranked in the top 10 of the NACC with a .539 slugging percentage driving in the eighth-most runs in the NACC with 32. His 66 hits this season were good for second in the NACC and put him fifth in the single-season record book at Marian. During the season, he was held hitless in only nine games over his 39 starts with 21 multi-hit games and 10 games with at least three hits. He also had nine games this season where he drove in multiple runs including a four-RBI game against Bethany Lutheran, who qualified for the NCAA tournament this season. Meyer was able to close out the regular season with a .684 batting average over the final four games to earn a spot on the D3Baseball.com Team of the Week.
The full all-region teams can be found at https://www.abca.org/ABCA/Awards/All-Region/NCAA_Div_III/2019.aspx.
Meyer is the second Sabre in as many seasons to earn an all-region selection.