The Knoxville Baseball Squad was able to get five players on first or second team all-Little Hawkeye Conference this season.First team honors went to Tony Salato who along with his catching duties and being the leading hitter on the team also earned eight saves this season. Also on the first team was Kevin Woodhouse, and Jake Kendall, who was one of the leaders in R-B-I with 39. Making the second team was Jared McClung and Bryce Zoutte. Earning honorable mention was Ross Shelford. Knoxville finished its season at 19-14 and 13-8 with a third place finish in its final season in the Little Hawkeye Conference.