The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association has named its postseason All-Region teams for the 2017 season and eight players from Historically Black College and Universities (HBCUs) were recognized in the NCAA Division II. The awards are given out annually to the student-athletes whose play on the field stands out amongst the many DII baseball programs across the country.
The HBCU players as selected by region are:
Starting Pitcher: Seth Reeves, Jr., Winston-Salem (N.C.)
Catcher: David Markins, Sr. Virginia State
Second Base: Ivan Acuna, Sr., Winston-Salem (N.C.)
Outfield: Randy Norris, So., Winston-Salem (N.C.)
Outfield: Jahleel Sewer, Sr. Virginia State
Shortstop: Armando Valentin, Jr., Benedict (S.C.) Outfield:
Outfield: Andrew McCoy, Jr., Benedict (S.C.)
Designated Hitter: Reeves Brashear, Jr., Miles (Ala.).
The entire NCAA Division II list of all-regional performers as selected by the NCBWA can be found here.