HARTSVILLE, S.C. -- The Coker College baseball team had three players receive South Atlantic Conference awards, the conference announced Tuesday (Apr. 23).
McCabe (Virginia Beach, Va.) enjoyed one of the most impressive offensive seasons in Coker baseball history, posting a .342 batting average, with 10 home runs and 41 RBI. McCabe led the conference with five triples. His 14 career home runs ranks second all-time in school history, while his 10 home runs this season are tied for the second most in a single season.
Demko established himself as one of the best all-around threats in the league, posting a .378 on-base percentage while playing superb defense at the shortstop position all season long. The junior from Xenia, OH batted .362 with a .508 on-base percentage at Tom J. New Field at Dave Schmotzer Stadium.
Lybrand earned All-Defensive honors with an eye-popping .989 fielding percentage at second base. He finished with just two errors all season long, while helping turn 24 double plays. The junior from Lexington, S.C. enjoyed a terrific year at the plate as well, posting a .398 on-base percentage while knocking in 17 runs.
The Cobras travel to Kodak, Tenn. on Thursday where they'll take on Wingate in South Atlantic Conference Championships. First pitch is scheduled for 4:30 p.m.