Southwestern Baseball Four-Peats, Leads ORVC All-Conf. Team with Four Selections

Seventeen players were named to the 2024 ORVC Baseball All-Conference Team.

Photo by Southwestern Baseball.

(Hanover, Ind.) – The 2024 Ohio River Valley Conference Baseball All-Conference Team was released on Friday.

Seventeen players earned their way onto the All-Conference Team, including four from conference champion Southwestern (Hanover).

The Rebels won the conference for a fourth consecutive season with an 11-1 record. They were led by ORVC Coach of the Year Dan Thurston and star players Austin Jenkins, Jamison Lewis, Williams Stockdale, and Adam Traylor.

Switzerland County and South Ripley both finished 7-5 in the conference and placed three players each on the all-conference team.

Jac-Cen-Del, Milan, and Shawe Memorial each had two selections, while Rising Sun had one.

Stat Leaders (according to Maxpreps)

  • Average: Philip Kahn (Shawe) .453
  • Home Runs: Jamison Lewis (SW), Brady Borgman (JCD), Mason McNew (SR) 2 each
  • Slugging: Mason McNew (SR) .659
  • RBI: Adam Traylor (SW) 33
  • On-Base Percentage: Philip Kahn (Shawe) .602
  • Runs: William Stockdale (SW) 33
  • Stolen Bases: Philip Kahn (Shawe) 38
  • ERA: Jamison Lewis (SW) 1.18
  • Strikeouts: Jamison Lewis (SW) 111
  • Wins: Jamison Lewis (SW) 9-0
  • Fielding Percentage: Ethan Schmaltz (SR): 1.000

The 2024 ORVC Baseball Mental Attitude Award went to Milan’s Dylan Thomas.

See the full 2024 ORVC Baseball All-Conference Team below.

  • Southwestern (11-1) – Austin Jenkins, Jamison Lewis, William Stockdale, Adam Traylor
  • Switzerland County (7-5) – Roman Hite, Zayne Smith, Jackson Sparks
  • South Ripley (7-5) – Mason McNew, Ethan Schmaltz, Trent Smith
  • Jac-Cen-Del (6-6) – Brady Borgman, Clark Dwenger
  • Milan (6-6) – Eli Herd, Noah Morgan
  • Shawe Memorial (4-8) – Jacob Hetz, Philp Kahn
  • Rising Sun (1-11) – Aiden White

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