Dennis and Gilbert named Peach Belt All-Academic

The Peach Belt Conference released the baseball All-Academic team from the conference office in Augusta on Thursday afternoon and GRU Augusta baseball senior Bradley Dennis and junior Connor Gilbert were named to the team for their performance in the classroom during the 2015 season.

Bradley Dennis, a senior criminal justice major from Stone Mountain, Ga., is hitting .255 his senior year and has recorded 12 runs and 12 hits. Dennis is a perfect 4-4 on stolen bases this season and he has a .310 slugging percentage with four RBI.

Connor Gilbert, a junior from Woodstock, Ga., is hitting .317 in his second season as a Jaguar with 40 hits and 16 scored runs. Gilbert has driven in 16 runs and has a .397 slugging percentage. He posted five doubles and one homer and triple.

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To be eligible for the All-Academic team, a student-athlete must 1) participate in at least half of his/her team’s events and be either a starter or significant contributor; 2) achieved a 3.30 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) and 3) completed at least one full academic year at his or her current institution and has reached sophomore athletic eligibility.

To view the full list for the 2015 PBC Baseball All-Academic Team click here

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