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2015 Award Winners

08/07/2015 12:07 PM -


Five Lethbridge Bulls have been named to the 2015 WMBL All Star teams. As well as the five all stars, Brandon Bufton was named the 2015 WMBL Most Valuable Player. Read about this years all stars below.


Brandon Bufton – MVP/ 1st Team All Star


Brandon Bufton had another very successful season for the Bulls. Including a WMBL record 28 game hit streak. For the season Bufton hit .359 (70-195) with 18 doubles, 2 triples and 3 homeruns. Bufton led the WMBL in RBI’s with 37.


Trace Hansen – 1st Team All Star


Trace Hansen enjoyed a wonderful first season with the Lethbridge Bulls. Hansen hit .320 for the summer with 43 runs scored 54 hits, 12 doubles, 4 triples and 2 homeruns. Hansen recorded 23 RBI’s and 20 stolen bases in 44 games with the Bulls.


Kyle Olliges – 2nd Team All Star


Kyle Olliges was the only Lethbridge pitcher named an all star which is a little bit of a head scratcher considering how good the Bulls pitching staff was all year. Olliges went 5-3 with a 2.50 ERA this summer. Olliges threw 64.2 innings recorded 43 strikeouts compared to 17 BB in 10 starts for the Bulls this season.


Mitch Dornblut - 2nd Team All Star


Dornblut a veteran of the Bulls enjoyed himself another successful summer.  Dornblut finished the season with a .303 average, 7 doubles, 1 triple and was a four RBI’s off the lead league with 33. Dornblut was also fabulous at 1st base all year, only committing 6 errors compared to 421 put outs for a fielding percentage of .987.


Cody Stewart - 2nd Team All Star


Stewart finished the season red hot. With 13 hits over his last 6 games Stewart overtook Bufton for the team lead in batting average at .360. Stewart had 58 hits, 10 doubles, 2 triples and a homerun. Stewart also contributed with 11 steals and did not record an error in centre field all season.


Two notable Bulls players were snubbed from this years all star teams. Shortstop Evan Comeau was brilliant all season long on the defensive side of the ball, and finished the season with a .318 batting average. On the other side of the ball reliever Chris Stodolka enjoyed one of the best pitching seasons in recent memory for the Bulls out of the bullpen. Stodolka was 6-0 with 7 saves. Stodolka posted a 1.11 ERA with 25 k's in 24.1 innings pitched and only allowed 12 base hits to opposing batters all season.


Congratulations to all of this years all stars!