Hogg Receives Lambton College Excellence Award
Thamesville’s Brady Hogg was awarded a Lambton College Alumni Association Excellence Award, and was also named Lambton’s men’s baseball Hitter of the Year.
“Brady’s bat stayed hot all season as he registered a .316 batting average, an on-base percentage of .458, and a slugging percentage of .737,” the school wrote in a release.
Hogg, who has also played for Canada’s softball team, was part of the Lambton Lions first ever baseball team. He was awarded a Lambton College Alumni Association Excellence Award, which are given to graduating Lambton College student-athletes who excel academically as well as athletically.
“As a Lambton Lions baseball player, Brady Hogg will go down in history,” the Alumni Association wrote. “Lambton College fielded its first baseball team in the 2019-2020 academic year and Brady entered the record books as the first Lion to ever hit a homerun in the OCAA, sending one over the fences at Seneca College in Toronto. Brady followed that up by becoming the first Lion to ever hit a homerun at Errol Russel Park in the Lions’ inaugural home opener. Brady’s bat stayed hot all season as he registered a .316 batting average, an on-base percentage of .458, and a slugging percentage of .737. Brady will be graduating from the Sports Management program, and Lions fans hoping to see more from this superstar can follow his accomplishments with Team Canada Softball.”
Chatham-Kent product Bryce Fraser was also honoured, being named the Male Intramural Most Dedicated Athlete of the Year.