Peragine, Handley Name 1St Team All-Conference, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Peragine, Handley Name 1St Team All-Conference
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Friday, May 22, 2015
Stony Brook University's Cole Peragine (Belle Ewart, Ontario) and Toby Handley (Whitby, Ontario) were both named First Team All-Conference selections by America East last week. Peragine, who converted to catching his senior year after spending his first three seasons as the Seawolves starting shortstop hit .302 in 46 games with a league best .452 on base percentage. He has started all 219 games in his Stony Brook career entering the post season.

His 219 games played ranks him second in the career record book at Stony Brook behind fellow Terrier Alum Tanner Nivins. He also ranks second all time in walks (116), triples (14) and at bats (776) and ranks sixth all time with 228 hits. Peragine was a unanimous selection and was also named to the All-Academic team with a 3.34 GPA in health science. Handley hit .327, the second highest average among the Seawolves with 11 extra-base hits. The Seawolves wrapped up their fourth conference regular season title in the last five years and are looking for their fourth torunament title this week in Lowell, MA.
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