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Baseball Picks Up Four AEC Postseason Honors

Baseball Picks Up Four AEC Postseason Honors

The Marymount baseball team placed four student-athletes on the Atlantic East All-Conference team. 

Alex Lemery grabbed First-Team All Conference infield after having another impressive year at the dish for the Saints. The reigning Co-Player of the Year from a year ago slashed a line of .366/.457/.585 on the season, accounting for a total of 59 hits with 11 doubles and seven home runs. A strong run producer for the Saints, Lemery knocked in 45 RBI over the course of the season, while also stealing 14 bags. 

The senior won AEC Player of the Week twice this season, finishing out a storied career for the Saints. 

Ryan Lee picked up First-Team All Conference honors in the DH spot for the Saints after being a force in the middle of the lineup throughout the season. This is the first such honor for the senior, who hit .301 at the plate for Marymount, knocking five home runs. In 42 games played, the Fredericksburg, Va. native knocked in 32 RBI. 

Backstop Ryan Maylie put together a strong senior season, earning his first AEC All-Conference award in the form of Second Team. Across the season, Maylie put together a slash line of .298/.387/.446, but really turned it up a notch when it mattered most, slashing .397/.439/.638 in conference play. Maylie powered three home runs and knocked in 12 RBI all in AEC play. 

The Marlton, N.J. native held a fielding percentage of .984 across the year, among the top of the conference's catchers. 

Rounding out the accolades for Marymount was sophomore Jimmy Baker, earning Second-Team All Conference infielder. This is the first honor for Baker, who played in all 44 games for the Saints this season, hitting for a .320 average and knocking in 35 RBI. The Fredericksburg, Va. native knocked nine doubles, a triple, and three home runs for a slugging percentage of .406. 

Marymount found themselves back in the championship game at the Atlantic East Tournament over the past weekend, narrowly getting bested by Immaculata. Despite the heartbreaking ending, the Saints battled to put themselves in position to go back-to-back in champion fashion, defeating Cabrini in a gutsy performance facing elimination. 

The Saints will head into the offseason in search of putting together another strong run at the AEC title.