FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Three Arkansas baseball players were named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District 6 second team on Thursday.
Pitchers Charley Boyce and Trey Holloway were selected along with battery mate Brian Walker.
Boyce, a senior right-hander from Broken Arrow, Okla., graduated in December with a degree in marketing. He finished with a 3.65 grade-point average and is currently enrolled in graduate school at the University of Arkansas.
Boyce is the Razorbacks’ all-time leader in innings pitched and career starts. He ranks second in career wins with 30 and is tied for fourth in career strikeouts with 225. Boyce is 3-2 this season with a 5.84 ERA.
Holloway, senior a left-handed pitcher from Booneville, Ark., graduates on Saturday with a degree in kinesiology. He finished with a 3.57 gpa and was named the 2005 Kinesiology Undergraduate of the Year. Holloway is 4-0 this season with a 4.57 ERA in 45.1 innings of work over 13 appearances and seven starts.
Walker, a catcher from Tulsa, Okla., boasts a 3.46 gpa in kinesiology. The redshirt sophomore is the reigning SEC Hitter of the Week after leading the Razorbacks to a sweep of then-No. 6 Alabama with a .600 batting average.
Student-athletes must carry a 3.20 gpa in the classroom to qualify for the CoSIDA Academic All-District team. Members of the first team are eligible for CoSIDA Academic All-America honors.