The duo looks to repeat last season’s All-Patriot League selections
Glover leads the way with 3.93 spring GPA
Selsor and Cohen recognized as All-League players
Lafayette closes out 2017 campaign with wins in four of its last five outings
Leopards walk it off for third time in one week
April 28, 2018
Photos by Rick Smith
Photos by: Nicole Palmasano
Photos by Rick Smith and Lafayette Athletic Communications
Photos by Rick Smith
2017: Appeared and started in 50 games as a sophomore…tabbed First-Team All-Patriot League as a designated hitter after leading the conference with 19 doubles…served as the team’s primary designated hitter and backup catcher…finished second on the team in average (.301) and third in slugging percentage (.461)…ranked second on the squad with 58 hits and added 18 runs scored, four home runs and a team-best 35 RBIs…recorded 18 multi-hit games…batted 3-for-6 with three RBIs and a homer in the season opener against Notre Dame (2/17)…went 3-for-5 with two doubles and an RBI at FDU (3/7)…recorded three hits with two doubles and two RBIs against Army (4/1)…picked up two hits in four at-bats with four RBIs and a homer at Bucknell (4/16)…finished the season with two or more hits in six of final seven games…went 3-for-5 with three RBIs and a home run against Holy Cross (4/30).2016: Saw significant playing time behind the plate as a freshman, appearing in 21 games and earning starts in 17 of those contests…reached base in each of his final nine appearances on the year…registered a .262 average overall with two home runs and seven runs scored…went 2-for-4 with a run scored in his collegiate debut at VMI (2/27)…replicated that line at USC-Upstate (3/21)…drove in his first run during the Liberty Bell Classic against St. Joseph’s (3/29)…drilled his first collegiate home run against league-leading Navy (4/10)…started both games of a doubleheader against Bucknell (4/17), going 3-for-6 with two doubles, a home run and a walk…recorded the last of his four multi-hit games on the season against Monmouth (4/20)…made only one error at catcher, finishing the spring with a .991 fielding percentage.
At La Canada: Team Offensive MVP in 2013 and 2014…2013, 2014 First-Team All-League, All-Area…2014 All-California Interscholastic Federation (CIF)…2014 Los Angeles Times Top Players.