FREDERICKSBURG, Va. - Bowen Plagge, a member of the St. Mary's College of Maryland baseball team, earned All-CAC Second Team honors, the league announced today. This is the second consecutive season the Seahawks were represented on the All-CAC team.
Plagge, a junior transfer by way of Towson University, made an immediate impact from the plate for the Seahawks this season. The Leonardtown, Maryland native led the Seahawks in a number of offensive statistical categories, including runs (32), hits (56), doubles (12), triples (3), home runs (7), RBI (35), stolen bases (12), batting average (.421), on base percentage (.463), and slugging percentage (.714).
His numbers also stacked up well in the CAC with a variety reaching the top ten of the conference. Plagge finished the 2019 season ninth in hits, eighth in triples, eighth in stolen bases, third in batting average, eighth in on base percentage, and fourth in slugging percentage. The 6-2 catcher particularly excelled in conference play, leading the way with a conference best .410 batting average against CAC foes and recording 34 hits, good for third in the league.
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