TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (August 26, 2017) – Tallahassee Community College baseball standout Myron Mebane has signed a national letter of intent with NAIA power Faulkner University.
Mebane, who played the last two seasons for head coach Mike McLeod's Eagles, is a native of Tallahassee and former standout at Lincoln High School.
Mebane earned a spot on the 2016 roster as a walk-on and batted .264 with two home runs and 24 RBIs in 41 games.
Prior to the start of the 2017 season, Mebane earned a scholarship then promptly went out and raised his batting average 47 points to .311 while increasing his slugging percentage from .405 to .437. He also hit three home runs and drove in 14 runs in 36 games as a sophomore.
Faulkner, located in Montgomery, Ala., lost in the 2017 NAIA National Championship Game.
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