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Three Seahawks earn All-CAA honors

WILMINGTON (UNCW) -  Three Seahawk baseball players were named to the All-CAA First Team when the league honors were announced on Tuesday.

Steven Linkous, Zach Shields and Jordan Ramsey were among eight UNCW players that earned All-CAA honors.

College of Charleston junior infielder Blake Butler was honored as both the Player-of-the-Year and Defensive Player-of-the-Year while teammate Taylor Clarke was the league's Pitcher-of-the-Year. James Madison's Kyle McPherson was named the Rookie-of-the-Year while Charleston head coach Monte Lee was tabbed as the Coach-of-the-Year.

After a first-round bye in the league tournament, UNCW will face either Northeastern or William & Mary in the second round at 5 p.m.on Thursday in Charleston.

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