Westwood, Mass. (May 9) -- MIT baseball seniors Garrett Greenwood (Edmond, Okla.) and Max Lancaster (Attleboro, Mass.) have each been named to the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) All-Conference Teams. Greenwood earns First Team honors for the first time in his career, while Lancaster was named to the Second Team for the first time.
Greenwood, a two-time NEWMAC Second Team All-Conference performer, led the team and ranked fourth in the NEWMAC with a .388 batting average. He had 15 multi-hit games, including four straight end his career as he finished that stretch with 12 hits, seven runs and five RBI. He also made a spectacular catch in the NEWMAC Tournament to pull back a home run, along with a straight steal of home in his final career home game. For his career, Greenwood is the MIT all-time leader in career hits with 227 as he posted career highs this season in home runs, batting average and stolen bases.
Lancaster finished his senior season with a career-high .325 batting average to rank fourth on the team. He tied his career high with 38 hits, including a career-best and team-leading 11 doubles. Lancaster also had a career-best 28 runs batted in and 11 stolen bases. Lancaster had 12 multi-hit games, including a three-game series vs. Emerson in which he had eight hits, six runs scored, two home runs and nine runs batted in.
In addition to the All-Conference honorees, senior David Heller (Fair Lawn, N.J.) was honored as a member of the NEWMAC's All-Sportsmanship Team.