Three Bulldogs named All-Americans

Published 10:01pm Tuesday, May 17, 2011

C.J. Lindsey, Bubba Robinson and Eddie Waters were named USCAA first team All-Americans at the Small College World Series banquet held in Old Orchard Beach, Maine on Thursday.

Robinson led the Bulldogs this season with a .433 batting average, 8 home runs and 31 RBIs. He is the team captain and hit cleanup for the potent Bulldogs offense. On Feb. 19 against Morehouse College,  Robinson was 4-4 with two home runs, two doubles, four runs scored and seven RBIs. On March 31 against Edward Waters College he was 3-4 with a homerun and four RBIs.

He was also named player of the week ending Feb. 20 hitting .474, scoring nine runs and knocking in 11.

He also had four doubles, two homeruns, and two stolen bases. His .982 fielding percentage leads the team’s starters. He also leads the team in homeruns, batting average, slugging percentage and is tied for the team lead in runs batted in. He was the first recruit for Selma University when the program was reinstated in 2010.

Lindsey hit .404 with five home runs and 31 RBIs. He hits third in the line-up for the Bulldogs. Lindsey had an amazing game on March 2 against NCAA Division I foe Alabama A&M.

He was 6-6 with three home runs and eight RBIs. He also scored four runs during the contest. On Feb. 21 he hit for the cycle against Tuskegee and finished the day 5-6 with four RBIs.

He was named player of the week after the cycle. He showed his patience and versatility on Feb. 19 against Morehouse where he was 1-1, scored four runs, and walked four times.

He had nine assists and three putouts in a doubleheader against Miles on Feb. 26. This is Lindsey’s second All-American award in two years.

Waters hit .400 with six home runs and 27 RBIs.

The leadoff  hitter for the Bulldogs, he was named USCAA player of the week after hitting a walkoff grandslam against Albany State on March 8.

He was named player of the week after going 4-5 with two home runs and five RBIs and five runs scored against Div. I opponent  Alabama A&M.

He leads the Bulldogs in runs scored (34), hits (44) and stolen bases (19). He is second on the team in triples (4) and home runs.

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