Derrick Workmans baseball career at Mercer ended last month, but the honors didnt stop.
The recent graduate was named the A-Suns male student-athlete of the year on Thursday.
Workman is the first Mercer male to earn the honor since mens basketball player Will Emerson did it in 2005-06.
Workman is also a recipient of the conferences male postgraduate scholarship.
He was named the conferences baseball scholar-athlete of the year and Capital One academic All-American last month, while also setting the Mercer career record for hits.
Workman has been a member of the A-Suns all-academic team every year at Mercer.
He made the conference all-freshman team in 2011 and as well as the Louisville Slugger freshman All-America team after batting .332 with nine homers.
Workman hit .333 as a sophomore and .338 as a junior, earning first-team all-conference honors both years.
Workman batting .287 in his final season, with eight doubles, five homers and 27 RBI, and had an on-base percentage of .395.
The graduate of Dominion Christian was involved in many extracurricular and off-campus activities: Mercers Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, Habitat for Humanity, Macon Miracle League, Boys and Girls Club of Middle Georgia, Must Ministries of Atlanta and Miller Middle School.
He also served as an assistant youth and childrens minister with his local church.
Lipscomb runner Tessa Hoefle was the womens student-athlete of the year. Florida Gulf Coast basketball standout Sarah Hansen earned the female postgraduate scholarship recipent, and USC Upstates Anna Miller is the conferences NCAA woman of the year nominee.