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Titans Earn Post Season Honors

Titans Earn Post Season Honors imagePosted: 6/19/2011 7:44:00 PM

Tacoma, WA - Six Titans baseball players were honored by the NWAACC Conference with All Region and All Conference awards for the 2010 season. 1 garnered All NWAACC honors, 4 earned All Western Region 1st Team status, 2 were named to the All Western Region 2nd Team, while 1 more were named Western Region Gold Glove winners.

Titan Outfielder Beau Rogers represented Tacoma as a Western Region 1st Team OF and received a Gold Glove. Rogers, a sophomore headed to St Edwards University in Texas, led TCC in hitting on the year batting .351. He led the Titans in 6 catagories including, hits, walks, runs, average, on-base percentage and stolen bases. David Olson earned All NWAACC honors for the second consecutive year as 2nd Team All NWAACC Utility. Olson was also named 1st Team West Region 2 years in a row after hitting .318 and finishing 2nd in the West Region in RBIs. Olson added 4 HR and 7 2B to go with a 1.86 ERA and 5 Saves on the mound. David is taking his talents to Division 1 Campbell University next year. Fellow Sophomore Brandon Johnson joins Rogers and Olson on the West Region 1st Team as the DH. Johnson hit .265 on the year and led the West Region in HR. Brandon also was 2nd on TCC in RBI and Slugging percentage and is going to NAIA Campbellsville University in Kentucky.

The Titans also had 3 Freshman earn honors in the West Region. Clayton Brown was the lone Freshman to earn 1st Team joining Rogers in the OF. Brown batted .308 with 28 Runs and 13 SB. Outfielder Stephan Adams also earned honors being named to the 2nd Team. Adams hit .308 on the year and was one of TCC's hottest hitters down the stretch. With Adams being named to the 2nd Team, all 3 starting Outfielders earned West Region honors for TCC. Matt Bell was the last Titan to be honored getting 2nd Team Pitcher in the West Region. Bell went 6-2 with a 2.20 ERA while striking out 53 in 49 Innings as a Freshman. Opponents hit .175 against Bell on the year.

The Titans finished 24-16 on the year and made the Playoffs for the 7th consecutive year.

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