Collacchi, Hayman named ECAC All-Stars

CENTERVILLE, Mass. - Salisbury University baseball juniors Brett Collacchi and Kyle Hayman were named to the ECAC Division III South All-Star Second Team, the league announced this week.

Hayman had one of the better statistical seasons in Division III, ranking in the top 35 in batting average, runs and stolen bases. The Wilmington, Del., native finished with a .426 average, 56 runs scored and 28 stolen bases; Hayman led the team in each category this season. The outfielder also knocked in 33 runs, which tied for fifth-most on the squad.

Hayman's statistics also rank among the best single-season numbers in program history. His batting average is the ninth-highest mark for a season, as was his runs scored total. Hayman collected 80 hits this season, the second highest total ever for a Sea Gull, while his stolen bases are tied for fourth.

Collacchi anchored the Salisbury rotation, finishing the season with a 12-2 record with a 2.57 ERA. The Bear, Del., native led the team with 59 strikeouts in 94 2/3 innings. His 12 victories were the most in Division III for the 2014 season.

Collacchi etched his name at the top of the single-season leaderboard for wins, tying the program record of 12 that was set by Brian Brushe in 1977. The righty also made his mark with the ninth-most innings worked in a season.

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