Senior outfielder Nik Palchikoff, junior outfielder Wess Presson,
senior designated hitter Josh Bradbury and senior shortstop Jeritt
Thayer earned first-team, all-league laurels. Senior third baseman
Tyler Lance and freshman second baseman Jake Lemmerman received
Sprowl, a second-team selection as a junior, led the team in hits
(53), doubles (15) and batting average (.500). He was second on the
squad in on-base percentage (.583) and slugging percentage (.806),
and tied for second in RBIs (25).
Macklin, headed to USC next year, led Corona del Mar with 65
strikeouts and nine wins. His 3.02 ERA was the second-lowest for the
Sea Kings this year and his five home runs were tied for second to
help lead Coach John Emme's squad to 17 consecutive wins to end the
Contant, who will be a preferred walk-on at the University of
Arizona next season, led the team with a 1.68 ERA, as well as 87 1/3
pitched and 12 wins. He also had four saves and he recorded 64
Bradbury, last year's PCL MVP, led the team with 11 home runs. He was tied for second on the team with 25 RBIs
Palchikoff paced the Sea Kings with 31 RBIs and was tied for
second with five home runs.
Presson's eight stolen bases were tops for CdM. Presson, a
second-team honoree as a sophomore, was tied for second on the team
with 25 RBIs and third with 29 runs scored and 32 hits.
Thayer led the Sea Kings with 77 defensive assists and a .544
on-base percentage. He was second on the team with a .463 batting
Lance was tied on the team with 24 RBIs and finished fourth with a
.417 batting average.
Lemmerman led CdM with six sacrifice hits and was second on the
team with 55 assists.
Rounding out the first team are Bryon Evans, Curtis Hill and Derek
Craddock from Tesoro, Northwood's Tim Carrier, Jason Rice from
University and Laguna Beach's Conley Sampson.