had a .996 fielding share in 35 video games final season with one error
BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – For the second straight season, a catcher from Japanese Florida State School has been awarded the NJCAA Division I ABCA/Rawlings Gold Glove.
Freshman Eddiel Tolentino was named the very best defensive catcher in junior school.
The Kissimmee native had a .996 fielding share in 35 video games final season with only one error. Tolentino caught 57 p.c of the runners trying to steal and had only one handed ball in 247 whole probabilities. The catcher completed with 16 assists on the season.
He was additionally named to the primary group All-Southern Convention group and received the Area 8 Gold Glove as effectively.
Tolentino turns into the third Japanese Florida State School participant to win a NJCAA ABCA/Rawlings Gold Glove award prior to now 10 seasons. Catcher Drew Cavanaugh received the award final season and outfielder Sammy Duran was awarded a Gold Glove in 2016.
Polk State School outfielder Nelson Taylor was additionally named to the Gold Glove Staff.
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