Sheehan Named to CBF National Honor Roll
Tuesday, February 20, 2007

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Feb. 20 - College Baseball Foundation National Honor Roll

Jeremy Sheehan

SHREVEPORT, La. -- Junior pitcher Jeremy Sheehan was named to the College Baseball Foundation National Honor Roll Tuesday, marking the second consecutive week a Centenary player has earned such an honor.

Sheehan, a righthander from Bonner Springs, Kan., pitched seven innings in a 4-1 win over Kansas State Sunday, walking one and striking out three. Sheehan didn’t allow a run over the first six innings of the game, not allowing a runner past second base. For the game, the junior allowed six hits to pick up his second win of the season (2-1).

This year, Sheehan has a 3.93 ERA in 18 1/3 innings.

Centenary junior outfielder Calvin Sanchez (Santa Cruz, Calif.) was named to the CBF National Honor Roll last week, marking the first time this season a Mid-Con team has had players in back-to-back weeks on the national honor roll.

The Gents face Stephen F. Austin in a midweek game in Nacogdoches, Texas Tuesday at 2 p.m.