Former Commodore Jason Delay has earned an NCAA postgraduate scholarship.
Delay is one of just eight baseball players in the nation across Divisions I, II and III to earn the award. He was a standout on the field for the Commodores and in the classroom, graduating this past spring with a degree in economics. The Johns Creek, Ga. native was picked in the fourth round of the MLB Draft in June by Pittsburgh to become the highest drafted Commodore catcher since Scotti Madison in 1980. Delay has spent the summer with the Bristol Pirates in the Pirates' organization (stats).
For a full list of NCAA postgraduate scholarships, click here.