The postseason honors have kept on coming for former Crowder and current Henderson State (Arkansas) pitcher Bryant Haralson.

The postseason honors have kept on coming for former Crowder and current Henderson State (Arkansas) pitcher Bryant Haralson.
Haralson recently earned Henderson State’s Male Athlete of the Year, just the latest award after a dominant junior season.
Let’s see, Haralson earned a second team D2 Conference Commissioners Association All-American, honorable mention National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association All-American, first team ABCA/Rawlings All-Central Region, first team D2 Conference Commissioners Association All-Central Region, and first team National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association All-Central Region.
What did Haralson do on the diamond to earn such prestigious recognition?
He finished the season with a 10-3 record and a 2.16 ERA over 104 1/3 innings. His 114 strikeouts rank second all-time in the NCAA Division II Great American Conference and his 10 wins tied Haralson for the school record for wins in a season.
Haralson earned the GAC pitcher of the week a record six times and his 8.77:1 strikeout-to-walk ratio ranked fifth in all of Division II.
He walked just 13 batters and opposing batters only managed a composite .197 batting average against the strong-armed right-hander from Atkins, Arkansas.
Additionally, Haralson earned national pitching honors twice, compiled 32 1/3 consecutive scoreless innings, tossed five complete-game shutouts and seven complete games overall, and earned a win out of the pen in the season opener against Pittsburg State.
Henderson State finished 32-21 overall last season.