LANCASTER, Pa. – Five members of Franklin & Marshall's baseball team were named All-Centennial Conference (CC), announced by the league office on Wednesday. Mike Androconis, Christopher Vincent, Reed Williams and David Iacobucci all landed on the Second Team, while Danny Blugis received Honorable Mention.
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Androconis (Westfield, N.J. / Westfield) earned a spot on the Second Team as a starting pitcher for the second-straight year after tying for fourth in the CC in both wins (five) and strikeouts (69). The junior right-hander compiled a 2.92 ERA in 61 2/3 innings, scattering just 14 walks. His 10.07 strikeouts per nine innings were third among all CC starters as Androconis tied for second with 10 games started.
Vincent (Montclair, N.J. / Montclair) landed on the All-CC Team for the second time in his career after receiving Honorable Mention in 2015. Playing primarily at first base, Vincent collected the fourth-most RBIs in the league with 36, while placing second on the Diplomats in hits (44), fifth in runs scored (22) and fourth in walks (11). Vincent, a captain, started in 37 of 39 team games and produced a .308/.363/.406 clip.
Williams (Milford, N.J. / Delaware Valley Regional) was named All-CC for the first time in his career, garnering a spot at second base. He started in 23 of the 24 contests he appeared in, registering 29 hits in 87 at-bats for a .333/.370/.379 line. Williams also tallied 11 RBIs, scored 14 runs and swiped six bases during his senior season.
Iacobucci (Malvern, Pa. / Great Valley) was one of the Conference's most productive hitters during his senior year to earn All-CC accolades for the third-consecutive season. He tied for fourth among all CC batters with 58 hits, while tying for fifth in triples (3) and ninth in runs scored (34). The captain outfielder produced a staggering .411/.503/.617 average with 18 multi-hit games, en route to becoming the program's all-time hits leader with 181. Iacobucci also recorded 11 doubles, four home runs, 31 RBIs, 11 doubles, 12 stolen bases and drew a team-high 27 walks.
Blugis (Schuylkill Haven, Pa. / Schuylkill Haven Area) garnered recognition on the Honorable Mention squad for the first time in his career. Earning a spot as a reliever, Blugis was dominant out of the bullpen by compiling a team-best 1.06 ERA in 17 innings of work. His four saves tied for fourth in the Conference, while his 11.12 strikeouts per nine-inning average was tops on the team.