YORK, PA – The York College baseball team
received outstanding news Monday as senior centerfielder
Ryan Poff (York, Pa./Spring Grove) received
Capital Athletic Conference Co-Player-of-the-Week honors for his
outstanding first week of March. Joining Poff in the accolade is
Stevenson first baseman Wade Keenan.
Poff, a former CAC Player- and Rookie-of-the-Year who has catapulted the Spartans to a strong 10-2 record this season, compiled a 14-for-26 performance at the plate last week for a stellar .586 average. Poff drove in 13 runs and scored 10 times over that span as he registered an .885 slugging percentage. Poff, who led York to a 6-0 week, secured a .586 on-base percentage as he mashed six doubles and one round-tripper. The senior’s best performance came early in the week as he blistered Eastern over the Spartans’ two-game stretch against the Eagles. Poff went 7-for-10 at the dish with nine RBIs, four runs scored, and four doubles in those two contests.
For the season, including today’s home win over Messiah, Poff has compiled a shimmering .423 batting average with eight doubles and two home runs, while he has 19 runs batted in to his credit.
COMPLETE CAC BASEBALL RELEASE