May 11, 2005
Worcester, Mass. - Junior second baseman Tucker Frawley (New Haven, Conn.) was selected to the 2005 Patriot League All-League First Team, as announced by conference officials today.
A Second Team All-League selection a year ago, Frawley ranked second in the league in batting average, hitting .409 and was tied for 28th nationally in the same category through games of May 8. In League games, Frawley hit .434, which was also second best. He finished the year as one of just two players in the conference to bat .400 or better. In addition, he finished second in the league with a .484 on base percentage (all games) and was second with a .516 on base percentage in league games.
Frawley led Holy Cross in hits (45) and drove in 16 runs, while scoring 17 runs. The Connecticut native boasted a .509 slugging percentage and hit three doubles, two home runs and one triple this season. Defensively, he owned a .984 fielding percentage after committing just two errors all season. He also recorded 68 assists and 56 putouts from second base.
Frawley was recently named HC's Riopel Award winner, as the team's Most Valuable Player, for the second consecutive season.
The Crusaders finished the year with a 13-23 overall record and a 5-11 mark in league play.