|PEACH BELT STANDINGS||WEEKLY AWARDS ARCHIVE|
AUGUSTA, Ga. – For an unprecedented fourth time this season, Cam Hill (Marietta) of the Georgia College Baseball team (20-14, 11-8 PBC) has earned Peach Belt Conference (PBC) Freshman of the Week honors.
Hill set the table well for the Bobcats this week, going 5-for-11 (.455) with six runs scored and an RBI. With an on-base percentage of .600, Hill had hits in two of the three games this week at Lander University, including a massive 4-for-5 game with four runs and an RBI in Saturday's doubleheader opener.
Hill nabs his fourth Freshman of the Week award, the most in league history. No PBC baseball student-athlete has ever earned the freshman honor four times in the history of the weekly honor, dating back to the award's inception in 2009.
The Bobcats are back in action Tuesday, April 9 at 4 p.m., playing host to Albany State University.
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