Former pitcher Tim Flight, now playing for Southern New Hampshire University, is racking up the awards as he continues in his college career.
Flight, a junior, was named the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Division II Pitcher of the Year last week, reports the Providence Journal. He was also named a NCBWA First Team All-American and East Region Pitcher of the Year, and he is a finalist for the Tino Martinez Award — presented to the best player in Division II baseball.
The left-handed pitcher had a 9-1 record with a 1.30 earned run average and 140 strikeouts in 102.2 innings of work this season. Also the Northeast-10 Pitcher of the Year, Flight ranked among the national leaders in strikeouts, ERA and strikeouts per nine innings.
The Tino Martinez Award features a fan vote as part of the selection process. Fans can vote for Flight by visiting www.tinomartinezaward.com.
Flight, a 2008 graduate, was a two-sport star at , standing out in baseball and basketball. He was named to the All-state and All-conference team for the Patriots.