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LWC's Price named MSC Baseball Champion of Character

By Christopher Coombs

Seth Price of the Lindsey Wilson Baseball team was named to the Mid-South Conference Champion of Character team, officials at the conference office announced on Tuesday.

The MSC recognizes a Champions of Character Team for each championship sport. The student-athletes that are honored on the Champions of Character Team were nominated by their coaches based on their leadership on campus and in the community while demonstrating the five core character values of the NAIA.

Bethel's (Tenn.) Jacob Foster, Campbellsville's (Ky.) Grant McQueary, Cumberland's (Tenn.) Corey Perkins, Cumberlands' (Ky.) Jose Rojas Freed-Hardeman's (Tenn.) Dalton Lankford, Georgetown's (Ky.) Luke Turino, Martin Methodist's (Tenn.) Lance Pope, Pikeville's (Ky.) Austin Wetherington, Shawnee State's (Ohio) Jacob Kline and Thomas More's (Ky.) Tyler Flick were all honored with the recognition.

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