Victorian Liam Spence is thriving in college baseball, earning a spot on the All-SEC First Team following a stellar season with Tennessee.
Spence was one of three Vols announced in the team by the Southeastern Conference after being named at shortstop.
The 23-year-old from Geelong was one of the top hitters in the SEC throughout the season, reaching base in all but two conference games. He achieved a 50-game on-base streak this season, the longest in college baseball.
He led the league in on-base percentage (.493) and walks (32) in conference-only games and averaged .342.
Spence tied for third in the SEC with 13 multi-hit games in league play and was third with 29 runs scored.
The Baseball Victoria Aces Academy and Geelong Baycats alum was also named to the SEC All-Defensive team at shortstop after ranking second on the team with 93 assists and posting a .971 fielding percentage after committing just four errors in 140 chances.
Before his stint with Tennessee, Spence won the 2019 NJCAA College World Series Win with Central Arizona University. Click HERE to read more.
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