Baseball: 2014 Review

Friday, June 6, 2014

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- Under the direction of second-year head coach Tim Mulligan, the Titans finished 11-24 overall and 8-15 in PAC games for a 7th-place (tie) finish.

Three Titans were selected on the All-PAC teams, led by junior outfielder John Jones (New Wilmington, PA / Ligonier Valley) who was named First Team. Junior catcher Jake Haubrich (North Huntingdon, PA / Norwin) and senior pitcher Scott Hanicak (Ellwood City, PA / Laurel) were named honorable mention All-PAC. This marked the first All-PAC honor for all three student-athletes. 

Jones was second in the conference with a team-high .442 batting average and was third with a team-best .593 slugging percentage. His .500 on base percentage also stood second in the conference. He tied for fourth in the league with 12 doubles, while his 50 hits stood sixth-best. Jones also led the PAC with batting with two outs (.537) and batting with runners on base (.489).


Hanicak led the Titans and was tenth in the PAC with a 3.76 earned run average. Hanicak stood fourth in the conference with 69.1 innings pitched and third with 50 strike outs. Hanicak's 11 starts tied for third-best in the PAC.

Haubrich, who led Westminster with 23 RBIs, was seventh in the PAC in batting average (.388) and slugging percentage (.515).

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