Notebook: Glenwood’s Sharaya Selsor named RMAC scholar athlete; Rifle’s Bailey Hoffmeister earns all-state baseball award
Rifle High School graduate Bailey Hoffmeister added to his already impressive list of postseason accomplishments earlier this week when he was named to the second team of the Class 4A all-state baseball team by the Colorado High School Activities Association.
The team was announced on CHSAA’s website, http://www.chsaanow.com, on Wednesday. Teams in all classifications — 5A, 4A, 3A, 2A and 1A — were determined by nominations from leagues and coaches and a vote by coaches.
Hoffmeister, who shared the 4A Western Slope League’s Player of the Year honor with Delta’s Keaton Reiher, finished the season 7-3 with a 1.96 ERA, allowing 18 walks and 16 earned runs with 39 strikeouts in 57 innings pitched. The number of innings he logged was second in Class 4A to Eagle Valley’s Travis Edgar (59) and Longmont’s Brett Sterkel (58.1). He also finished the season with eight complete games, which ranked tops in all Colorado classifications, along with Mitch Davison of 1A Caliche and Nick Calabro of 3A Basalt.
Reiher, who helped lead Delta to a league championship as a senior this past season, was also named second-team all state.
Another 4A WSL player, Billy Clark of Steamboat Springs, was also named to the second team and was one of only six underclassmen earning 4A all-state honors.
Colorado Mesa’s Sharaya Selsor, Austin Kaiser named RMAC scholar athletes
Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball player Sharaya Selsor and baseball player Austin Kaiser have been named Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Scholar Athletes.
Selsor was a finalist for the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association National Player of the Year after being named an All-American by three organizations. The Glenwood Springs native was also a Capital One Academic All-American and the RMAC Player of the Year after averaging 23.7 points and 4.5 rebounds per game. She graduated with a 3.53 grade point average in sport management.
In all, Selsor was named to the D2 Women’s Bulletin All-America First Team after already she was named to the WBCA and Daktronics All-America teams back in early April.
Kaiser, coached by Mesa coach and Roaring Fork High School graduate Chris Hanks, was named the The Tino Martinez Award winner and the National Player of the Year. The Colorado Springs native led Mesa to the NCAA Division II title game, and he also led Division II in batting average, hits and total bases. He was the Capital One Academic Player of the Year and graduated with a 3.81 grade point average in sport management.
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