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Five Rebel baseball players claim a share of MW individual awards

It’s award season for collegiate baseball and five UNLV Rebel baseball players are taking home hardware.

Junior shortstop Bryson Stott was named the Mountain West’s Tony Gwynn Co-Player of the Year, becoming the fourth Rebel player to do so and the first since Xavier Scruggs in 2008.

Throughout the duration of the year, Stott led UNLV with a .364 batting average, 21 doubles and 10 home runs on the season.

In conference play, the All-American infielder piloted the Mountain West in slugging percentage (.618), and walks (54; next closest 40). In addition, he tallied 66 total runs scored and also tops in the conference.