Seven Polk State baseball players have received 2018 Suncoast Conference recognition for the 2019 season.
A sophomore catcher from Pittsburgh, Gulakowski led the team in RBI (35). He posted a .293 batting average and a .529 slugging percentage, hitting seven home runs and 14 doubles. He finished the season with a .997 fielding percentage, making one error in 45 games.
Koruschak, a sophomore infielder from Haines City, hit .311 with a .425 slugging percentage and a .425 on-base percentage. He collected 51 hits and 30 walks in 46 games.
A sophomore outfielder from McMurray, Pa., Sehnert tied for the lead in the FCSAA in home runs (10). He also led the Eagles in batting average (.347), slugging percentage (.602), on-base percentage (.465), and hits (61) while making just three errors in 50 games for a .960 fielding percentage.
Berg, a sophomore outfielder from Saskatoon, SK, CA, drove in 29 runs and hit 13 doubles in 51 games. He had a .303 batting average and a .386 on-base percentage. He also appeared in nine games as a pitcher, walking three and striking out 11 in 15 innings.
A sophomore pitcher from Plant City, McKay ranked second in saves (7) and tied for seventh in strikeouts (85) in the FCSAA. He led the Eagles in earned run average (3.45), innings pitched (75.2), and appearances 35 games).
Limoncelli, a sophomore outfielder from Elmira, NY, led the Eagles in walks (35) and stolen bases (23 in 24 attempts). He collected 50 hits with 14 doubles, and had a .404 in-base percentage and a .418 slugging percentage.
A sophomore infielder from Duette, Fla., Sinkfield hit .273 and drove in 28 runs. He posted a .313 slugging percentage with 12 doubles and two home runs. He went 3-for-3 in stolen-base attempts.
"We had a fun bunch of sophomores to be around this season," said Head Coach Al Corbeil.
"I wish these guys the best as they move forward to four-year universities or the MLB draft. "