LAFAYETTE, La. (LSUA) - The honors continued to roll in for two of the top seniors on the 2019 LSUA baseball team as both Logan Constantine and Clayton Doyle were both named All-Louisiana by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association.
Constantine, who was an All-Louisiana Second Team utility player a season ago, moved up to the First Team in the utility spot this season. The owner of most LSUA hitting records, Constantine finished 2019 leading the Generals in batting average, hits, runs scored, triples, home runs, slugging percentage, and RBI. This award is added to the list of awards Constantine received during his senior season, which included a fourth straight All-Conference First Team nod, a spot on the RRAC’s All-Tournament team, and a preseason All-American.
Doyle had a career year on the mound for the Generals in his senior campaign on his way to being named an All-Louisiana Second Team pitcher. Doyle set a new single-season record with 111 strikeouts on the season, becoming the first LSUA pitcher ever to strike out 100 or more batters in a single season, along the way becoming just the second General pitcher to hit 200 career strikeouts. His ten wins this season also tied a LSUA single-season record, leading the team in victories on the year. This honor adds to a number of other honors Doyle received this season, including being named the RRAC’s Pitcher of the Year, First Team All-Conference, and NAIA All-American Honorable Mention.
The Generals finished the season 32-24 and once again qualified for the RRAC postseason tournament.
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