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ECU's Kruczynski and Williams-Sutton honored by AAC

East Carolina junior Evan Kruczynski and freshman Dwanya Williams-Sutton have been named First-Team All-American Athletic Conference.

East Carolina freshman and former WITN Pepsi Player of the Week Dwanya Williams-Sutton has won the batting title for the American Athletic Conference.

Following its road sweep at UCF on Saturday, East Carolina will look to defend its American Athletic Conference Baseball Championship title when it squares off against No. 7 seed USF on Wednesday, May 25 at 11 a.m. (ET). The tournament begins Tuesday, May 24 at Bright House Field in Clearwater, Florida.

Exaggerator has won the Preakness, ruining Nyquist's bid to become horse racing's second Triple Crown winner in two years.

Dwanya Williams-Sutton tallied four hits which included his fifth home run of the year, while Sam Lanier notched his first career win as East Carolina held off a late rally by UCF to complete a series road sweep with an 8-7 victory Saturday afternoon at Jay Bergman Field in American Athletic Conference action.

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