A senior from Eaton Rapids, Michigan, Wolfe is earning All-MIAA honors for the third-straight year. He landed a spot on the second team at the utility spot. Wolfe had a batting average of .351 in MIAA with 34 hits. He finished MIAA play with eight doubles, three triples and five home runs. Wolfe tallied 19 RBI against MIAA opponents.
A sophomore from Brookfield, Wisconsin, Keane is earning All-MIAA honors for the first time in his career. Keane was named to the All-MIAA Second Team at the pitching position. On the mound, Keane recorded a 4-3 record in MIAA play. He was third in the MIAA in strikeouts with 47 and led the MIAA in shutouts with two. With his bat, he had 27 hits, with six doubles and two home runs.
The Knights return to action on Wednesday when they open the MIAA Tournament at Adrian.