The Wilmington College baseball team placed three individuals on the Ohio Athletic Conference postseason teams, unveiled by the conference on Monday.
Tyler Shaneyfelt was named first team, Aaron Boster earned a spot on second team and Zach Shepherd garnered honorable mention All-OAC honors.
Shaneyfelt hit .310 on the season and led the conference in runs scored (53) and stolen bases (37) while setting Quaker single-season records in each category. The junior outfielder also drew 33 walks and carried an on-base percentage of .454.
Boster led the Wilmington pitching staff with 73.2 innings and led the OAC in strikeouts with 94. That strikeout mark is a single-season program best for the Quakers. In addition to running four games, Boster set a program record for strikeouts in a game by sitting down 19 Blue Streaks in a win over John Carroll on Senior Day.
Shepherd logged 43.2 innings in the circle and concluded his freshman campaign with a 3-1 record that included a compete game and a 3.09 ERA. Two of those wins — Heidelberg and Capital — were against OAC competition with the complete game coming in a 119-pitch effort against Capital.