ATLANTA, Ga. – Philip Cazayoux, Karson Cullins and Brandon Snow, members of Loyola University’s baseball team, have been recognized by the Southern States Athletic Conference as members of the All-Freshman Team.
Cazayoux is an outfielder from New Roads, La. After a standout career at Catholic High School of Pointe Coupee, Cazayoux had a solid rookie season at Loyola. Cazayoux appeared in 37 games with the Wolfpack, seeing time mainly in center field. Batting in the leadoff spot for much of the season, Cazayoux batted .244 with 11 RBIs and 19 runs scored. He led the team with five sacrifices. Cazayoux was especially valuable on defense. His speed gave him great range in center, and he committed just one error in 63 chances.
A graduate of Baton Rouge’s Catholic High School’s renowned baseball program, Cullins was the everyday right fielder for the Wolfpack in 2011. A regular in the heart of LU’s lineup, Cullins hit .259 on the year, driving in 15 runs and scoring 15 runs. Cullins was one of the Wolfpack’s best base stealing threats, leading the team in that category as he went a perfect 5-for-5 on the season.
A New Orleans native and Archbishop Shaw High School product, Snow started 39 games at second base and shortstop in 2011. Snow hit .276 on the year and had 14 RBIs, 17 runs scored and one home run. On the year, Snow was 2-for-3 in stolen base attempts. He also had one of the highest slugging percentages on the team with a .315 average.
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