JACKSON, Tenn. - 5/2/2007 - In a formal ceremony in front of almost 800 fans and players on Tuesday night at Fesmire Field, the 2007 TranSouth Conference post-season awards were announced. The Union University Bulldogs placed four on the All-Conference teams and three on the inaugural TranSouth Gold Glove Team. Josiah Enyart and Judson Powers earned spots on the First Team All-Conference list, while Zach Lowery and Greg Abram earned Second Team All-Conference honors. Union’s Powers, Shaun Cozart, and Jason Cooper were named to the TranSouth Gold Glove Team.
Enyart, senior shortstop from Shawnee, Kansas, started all 48 games for the Bulldogs this season posting a .363 batting average through the end of regular season play. He had 57 hits and 33 RBI. Enyart, along with Lowery, led the team this season in the hit by a pitch category with 16 each. Enyart also performed well on the field posting a .908 fielding percentage.
Powers, a junior from Humboldt, Tennessee, posted a batting average of .385 for the year. He also led the team in the hit category with 65. Powers spent most of the season playing centerfield for the Bulldogs, but he also pitched, posting a team-low 1.50 earned run average and a 3-0 record. For Powers, this is this third All-Conference selection in his three years at Union.
Lowery, senior catcher from Munford, Tennessee, hit .347 on the year with 61 hits including 11 doubles, a triple, and two homeruns. Lowery also led the Bulldogs, along with Enyart, this season in hit by a pitch with 16. Lowery started all 48 games as either the catcher, designated hitter, or right fielder. Lowery has been named All-Conference for the second straight season.
Abram, a junior transfer from Scottsdale, Arizona, pitched in 14 games for the Bulldogs, starting in 12. He posted a 3.16 earned run average with a 6-4 record, throwing five complete games, and earning one save. Abram recorded 58 strikeouts on the year.
Cozart, a junior transfer from Nashville, Tennessee, posted a .337 batting average this season, starting in all 48 games for the Bulldogs. He recorded 56 hits, 14 for extra-bases, including 4 homeruns and 41 runs batted in. On the field, Cozart put up a .995 fielding percentage.
Cooper, senior second baseman from Lee’s Summit, Missouri, recorded a .263 batting average for the year. He posted a .959 fielding percentage with just eight errors at second base on the year.
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