Mark Massey '90
BW Class of 1990 | Induction Class of 2008
Mark Massey ‘90 played football but was best known for his exploits on the baseball diamond at Baldwin Wallace.
Massey is still the only Yellow Jacket baseball student-athlete to be tabbed as the Ohio Athletic Conference Most Valuable Player Award winner and earn both first-team NCAA All-Mideast Region and Division III All-America honors.
Massey had a career batting average of .358 and a slugging average of .535 to rank 18th all time. He also ranked 16th all-time in on-base average and 19th in stolen bases. In 1991, he earned OAC all-tournament team honors. In 1992, in addition to being the OAC MVP and an All-American, Massey was both an OAC Hitter of the Week and an OAC Pitcher of the Week and earned first-team All-OAC honors, was BW’s Most Valuable Player and a team captain.
In addition to playing baseball and football, Massey served as a Resident Assistant and Course Assistant on campus. He also served the College as a Past President of BW Letterman’s Association.