Former CCS Standout, Isaac Davenport Named Student Athlete Of The Week

Wednesday, February 5, 2014
After batting .462 over the Patriots' opening weekend, Isaac Davenport (Chattanooga Christian School) has been named the Francis Marion University Student Athlete of the week for the week ending February 3.

The Chattanooga, Tenn., native was 6-for-13 at the plate and recorded a hit in all three games of the Carolinas Hospital System Classic. Davenport also tallied five runs batted in and scored five runs. He drew three walks to help compile an on-base percentage of .563.

The senior outfielder recorded three hits and drove in three crucial runs in the Patriots' season-opening victory over Limestone, Saturday night. Davenport also picked up two more hits in Sunday's victory over Mars Hill, and drove in a pair of RBIs. He had eight putouts in center field over the weekend and an outfield assist.

Former CCS baseball player and graduate Robbie Wilson serves as an assistant coach at Francis Marion.


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