CLINTON, SC - Presbyterian College placed three baseball players on All-Big South teams as the conference announced its annual award winners and All-Conference teams on Tuesday morning. Infielder Jonathan White was named first team All-Big South with outfielder AJ Priaulx and pitcher Ryan Hedrick earning a spot on the second team. Priaulx also earned All-Academic Team honors for the third consecutive season.

Jonathan White, INF, Jr. - First Team

White led the Big South with a .358 batting average and 76 hits while ranking in the top-10 for slugging (.519), on base pct (.441), RBI (39), home runs (8), total bases (110), and sac bunts (6). The righty batted a league-best .404 with 44 hits during Big South play and had a perfect 5-for-5 performance against CSU on March 24. White led the team with a streak of 28 consecutive games of reaching safely from March 2 - April 20.

AJ Priaulx, OF, Sr. - Second Team and All-Academic Team

Priaulx was named to the Big South All-Academic Team for the third time. The senior batted a career-best .350 on the season with a team-high 14 doubles and 4 sac flies. He tallied a career-best 75 hits, 19 multi-hit games, 11 multi-RBI games and had a team-high 17-game hit streak. Priaulx's 24 RBI in Big South play was tied for 4th in the conference. The lefty earned Big South Player of the Week honors on March 12 after going 5-for-5 at the plate on two occasions within a span of four games.

Ryan Hedrick, RHP, Sr. - Second Team

Hedrick led PC's bullpen with a 1.88 ERA in 20 appearances and 24.0 innings pitched. The righty struck out 26 batters and only walked six, including an intentional walk. Hedrick allowed only five extra base hits while facing 101 batters. The senior picked up two saves on the year to move into second place in PC's modern era with 12 career saves.