The Knoxville Baseball Squad got two players on the All-Little Hawkeye Conference Baseball team this season. Earning spots on the first team was Kevin Woodhouse as an infielder. Woodhouse was one of the top pitchers in the conference as he went 6-3 on the season 2.88 E-R-A and struck out 47 batters, he also led the Panthers with a 495 batting average with 50 hits. Also making first team was Jared McClung. McClung led the Panthers with 22 R-B-I. Tony Salato and Ross Shelford earned honorable mentions for Knoxville. The Panthers went 16-16 on the season.