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Saluki Baseball Players earn top honors

CARBONDALE, IL (KFVS) -

The Missouri Valley Conference Baseball Tournament gets underway Tuesday.

Southern Illinois will open up play at 4-pm against Wichita State.

Several Salukis Honored by the MVC.

First teamers include First Baseman Chris Serritella, Left Fielder Jordan Siversten and Marion's Austin Montgomery.

2nd teamers include Pitchers Todd Eaton, Cameron Maldonado, Cody Forsythe from Marshall County and Designated Hitter Brock Harding.

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