Hammons, Moy named All-SAC

CHICKASHA – The Sooner Athletic Conference honored two USAO Drovers with 2010 All-SAC recognition.

Pitcher Nate Hammons and Infielder Regulo Moy were both named to the 2010 All-Conference Second Team.

Hammons was named a starting pitcher for the second team. He pitched 85.2 innings for the Drovers this season, striking out 66 batters in the process. He led the Drovers to eight wins and threw seven complete games.

The senior pitcher from Fort Cobb ended the season with an ERA of 4.73, the lowest on the team. His opponents had a .282 batting average against him.

Hammons was also named the 2010 SAC Gold Glove team as pitcher. He had a 1.000 fielding percentage with 22 assists and five putouts.

He is a history major at USAO and is the son of Dan and Sheri Hammons.

Junior Regulo Moy was named second team utility infielder after spending the season at shortstop for the Drovers.

Moy had the best batting average on the team at .413. He had 62 hits — five of which were home runs — scored 37 runs and batted 43 runners in this season.

Moy, from Valencia, Venezuela, had a .923 fielding percentage. He had 60 putouts and 120 assists this season at shortstop.

Moy is an accounting junior. He is the son of Regulo and Perla Moy.

A complete list of the All-Conference Baseball teams can be downloaded here.
 

Published: May 17, 2010