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What has made this player the most decorated Coastal Carolina baseball freshman ever

Parker Chavers, who was named a freshman All-American by four national college baseball publications and websites, hit a two-run home run in the ninth inning Wednesday night to help Coastal Carolina defeat N.C. State 7-6.
Parker Chavers, who was named a freshman All-American by four national college baseball publications and websites, hit a two-run home run in the ninth inning Wednesday night to help Coastal Carolina defeat N.C. State 7-6. Courtesy the Coastal Carolina athletics department

Centerfielder Parker Chavers has become the most decorated freshman in the history of the Coastal Carolina baseball program.

The rising sophomore was named a second team Freshman All-American by Baseball America on Wednesday, and now has four All-America honors.

Previously, the Montgomery, Ala., native was named a Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-American, second team D1Baseball.com Freshman All-American and second team Perfect Game/Rawlings Freshman All-American. He was additionally voted second team All-Sun Belt and was named to the Sun Belt and NCAA Conway Regional All-Tournament teams.

Chavers posted a team-best .323 batting average while ranking second on the team in hits (70) and on-base percentage (.435), third in doubles (15), fourth in home runs (7), fourth in runs scored (48) and fourth in walks (39), and was a defensive stalwart in center field..

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