Baseball Places Six on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll
June 26, 2012
CENTER VALLEY, Pa. - The Navy baseball team had six student-athletes named to the sport's Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, it was announced by the conference this week. Greg Bryant, Stephen Geiss, Andrew Hahn, Jack Keller, Matt Kilby and Johnny Schoberl were all recognized on this year's list.
Navy's six honorees are the most it has had named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll since 2003 when it also had six student-athletes garner the accolade.
To be eligible for the Academic Honor Roll, a student-athlete must earn a 3.20 grade-point average in the spring semester and participate in one of the Patriot League's winter or spring championship sports.
Keller, a rising sophomore, was one of just two Patriot League baseball student-athletes that posted a perfect 4.00 GPA during the spring semester. Keller is a mechanical engineering major.
Bryant (3.75/history), Hahn (3.81/systems engineering) and Kilby (3.59/mechanical engineering) all became two-time academic honor roll members. For Geiss (3.61/history) and Schoberl (3.73/oceanography), it is their first time earning a spot on the honor roll.
Hahn, who graduated in May, appeared in 49 of the teams' 52 games last year. He drove in 22 runs and led the team with eight stolen bases. In 10 starts on the mound, Schoberl, a rising junior, went 5-4 with a 4.45 ERA and racked up 45 strikeouts.
Bryant, who will be a junior in the fall, made 12 starts in the infield and appeared in 24 games, while Keller saw action in seven games behind the plate. Geiss, a rising senior, and Kilby, a rising junior, combined for 13 appearances out of the bullpen.