The Sideline: Baseball honor for Warriors; Hendrix softball camp

Hendrix baseball players receive state honors

Hendrix College seniors Collin Radack and Justin Mosbey were named to the Natural State Baseball All-Arkansas teams on Thursday.


Radack was placed on the first team, while Mosbey was selected as an honorable mention.

All-Arkansas Team selections are chosen from among the state’s 21 collegiate baseball programs.

Radack, a centerfielder from Austin, Texas, is the first Academic All-America selection and All-American pick in program history. He was selected to the ABCA/Rawlings All-Amiercan Second Team and Gold Glove Team and the All-America Third Team as well as the Captial One CoSIDA Academic All-America Second Team.

Radack was the Southern Athletic Association Player of the Year and All-SAA First Team selection. He was also a & ABCA/Rawlings All-West First Team pick.

Radack has also been named the SAA Man of the Year, Hendrix College Man of the Year and Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-District Team.

Mosbey, a right-handed relief pitcher from Texarkana, led the league with a school-record 0.49 earned run average. He was also second in the SAA with four saves and had a 1-0 record. In 18 appearances, Mosbey struck out 19 over 36.2 innings and held opponents to a .215 batting average. Mosbey was selected to the All-SAA second team.

Hendrix softball camp begins June 16

Hendrix college softball coach Amy Weaver and assistant Natalie Magie will host a softball camp for girls, ages 6-14, June 16-18.

The camp will be from 9 a.m. to noon each day at the Warrior softball field.

Pre-registration is $110 and $130 registration for the day of the camp. Persons can register online at



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