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Trojans’ sluggers honored

Published 10:16am Monday, June 23, 2014

Lee, Domino named to ACCC All-Division Team

Two of Central Alabama’s best have been honored by the Alabama Community College Conference for their standout play on the diamond.
First baseman Alex Lee and outfielder Chase Domino each earned spots on the ACCC’s All-Central Division team.
For Lee, it is the slugger’s second selection to the all-division team. He earned a second-team selection as a freshman during the Trojans’ national championship-winning season.
This past season, Lee was one of the Trojans’ offensive catalysts and most feared bat from a power standpoint.
Lee batted .317 on the year, and was second in the ACCC with seven home runs.
He led the team in total bases (86) and extra-base hits (18), and he hit 10 doubles on the seasons as well, driving in a team-leading 32 runs.
Lee’s 30 walks drawn on the year also ranks tops among all Trojan players.
The left-hander, who plans to continue his college career at Samford also tied for the team lead in hits (53) and was second on the team in runs scored (32).
His .515 slugging percentage also paced Central Alabama during its up and down season.
Defensively, he had the second-best fielding percentage among all CACC players that played in at least 25 games with a .973 mark. Domino led the team in fielding percentage, as he did not commit an error in 53 chances from the outfield.
Not only was Domino a defensive stalwart for coach Wynn Fletcher’s squad, he also brought pop to the batter’s box, as his four homers were good for second-best on the team behind Lee.
Domino hit .288 on the year, and his .422 on-base percentage and .415 slugging percentage were good for third-best and second-best on the team.
Domino scored 21 runs (sixth-best on the team) and drove in 24 runs (fourth-best on the team) during his campaign.

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