Arkansas State OF/INF, Soph., Pine Bluff
Johnson went 2 for 3 with both hits being doubles. He also scored two runs and one RBI in a 12-1 win over Middle Tennessee State on Wednesday in the Red Wolves’ first game of the Sun Belt Conference Tournament.
In Arkansas State’s three-game sweep of Arkansas-Little Rock last week, Johnson scored four runs and drove in another. He is batting .355, which ranks No. 3 in the Sun Belt Conference.
Arkansas State OF, Fr., Watson Chapel
Massanelli slugged his first home run of the year in Arkansas State’s 12-1 win over Middle Tennessee State on Wednesday in the Red Wolves’ first game of the Sun Belt Conference Tournament.
In ASU’s three-game sweep of Arkansas-Little Rock last week, Massanelli went 3 for 9 with one run scored and one double.
UALR P, Jr., Watson Chapel
Cleveland was named to the All-Sun Belt Conference First Team after leading the conference in wins with nine, and strikeouts with 98.
In his last start of the year, Cleveland took the loss as he gave up six runs off five hits and six walks against Arkansas State on Thursday. The final score was 8-5 ASU. Cleveland struck out six in the loss and finished the season with a 9-4 record as UALR (26-26, 12-16 Sun Belt) missed the Sun Belt Conference Tournament.
Southern Arkansas catcher, Fr., Watson Chapel
Dardenne went 4 for 13 with a run scored in Southern Arkansas’ three games in the NCAA Division II South Central region tournament.
SAU went 1-2 in the tournament and finished the year with a 37-17 record.
Central Arkansas OF, Jr., White Hall
Harris is second in the Southland Conference with 46 RBIs.
Harris launched his fourth home run of the year in a 12-2 loss to Sam Houston State on Thursday. In the three-game series, Harris went 5 for 14 with three runs and three RBIs.
Central Arkansas P, Fr., White Hall
Barr pitched a scoreless inning in a 12-2 loss to Sam Houston State on Thursday. Barr gave up one hit and needed just 13 pitches to get through the inning.
Texas Southern OF, Jr., Watson Chapel
Stargell went 1 for 6 in two games during Texas Southern’s run in the SWAC tournament, which ended with a 8-5 loss to Prairie View A&M.