COACH OF THE YEAR
Paul Niggebrugge, Caravel (Bear)
Niggebrugge led his team to an 18-2 record and the DIAA Baseball State Tournament championship.
SS Dominic DiSabatino (PLAYER OF THE YEAR), St. Mark's (Wilmington), 6-3, Sr.
The University of Maryland commit hit .452 with six home runs, 19 RBI and a .925 slugging percentage in the regular season. Team finished as state runner-up.
The University of Delaware commit went 7-0 with a 0.67 ERA in 52 innings.
P Brandon Walter,Hodgson Vo Tech (Newark), 6-2, Jr.
Walter struck out seven batters in six innings as Hodgson won its third Stenta Cup championship in a row.
C David Kwan,Cape Henlopen (Lewes), 6-2, Jr.
The two-sport star (also plays basketball) was a top hitter for Cape.
1B Joe Burton,Newark, Jr.
Burton finished with a .465 batting average with 19 RBI, five doubles, two triples and two home runs.
2B Chad Harbaugh,Salesianum (Wilmington), 5-10, Sr.
3B Nick Spadafino,Dover, 6-1, Sr.
One of three senior starters on a team that went to the semifinals two years in a row.
OF Calvin Scott, St. Mark's, 6-2, Sr.
University of Delaware commit helped team to state runner-up finish as a senior.
OF Conner Chasanov,Polytech (Woodside), 6-2, Sr.
The slugger also helped his team on the mound, striking out 12 batters in two separate games.
OF Tyler Hill,Delaware Military Academy (Wilmington), 6-0, Sr.
Wilmington University commit was a three-sport star and the baseball team's captain. He was selected by the Red Sox in the 19th round of this year's MLB draft.
P Billy Phillips,St. Mark's, Jr.
P Jason Bilous,Caravel (Bear), Jr.
C Brock Nowell, Conrad (Wilmington), Fr.
1B Brendan Erne,Caravel (Bear), Sr.
2B Chad Bell, Hodgson Vo Tech, Sr.
SS Joey Voge, Archmere, Jr.
3B Brett Nowell, Conrad, So.
OF Julian Kurych, Appoquinimink (Middletown), Jr.
OF Joe Brady, Mount Pleasant, Sr.
OF Chris Sipple, Lake Forest, Jr.