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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