TBCA Recognize Three From Baylor Baseball

Saturday, January 12, 2019
 The Tennessee Baseball Coaches Association recognized a trio from Baylor School at their Annual Awards Luncheon in Franklin. 

Teddy Lepcio, a 2018 graduate of Baylor, was recognized as the Division II Player of the Year.  Lepcio captained the 2018 Red Raiders to their 1st TSSAA State Championship in 12 years.  The infielder batted .363 with 4 home runs and 28 RBI.  In addition, Lepcio was recognized as a National Merit Scholar, an AP Scholar, editor of the school paper, and served as Chair of the Student Leadership Board.  He is currently in his first year at the United States Military Academy at West Point.

Greg Elie and Mike Kinney were recognized as Division II Coaches of the Year.  In their first year as Co-Head Coaches, Elie and Kinney led Baylor to a 24-6 record including the 2018 East-Middle Championship and the 2018 TSSAA Division II-AA State Championship,  The championship was Baylor’s first since 2006 and third in the school’s history.

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