Indiana University of Pennsylvania baseball player Austin Mock earned first-team All-Atlantic honors from the American Baseball Coaches Association and Rawlings.
Mock, a State College graduate, also picked up first-team All-Atlantic Region honors from the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA). He was a second-team All-Atlantic Region selection by Daktronics, and he was an honorable mention outfielder on the NCBWA All-America Team.
Mock finished second on the team with a .372 batting average during his senior season. He finished second in school history for a single season with 16 home runs — behind teammate Ryan Uhl, who had 29 this year. Mock also had a .756 slugging percentage, scored 50 runs and drove in 50 runs.
He finished his career tied for second in school history with 24 home runs, seventh with 111 RBIs and eighth with 171 hits.
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