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Healey inducted into the WVU Potomac State College Athletic Hall of Fame

WVU Potomac State College Alumnus Jacke Healey (left) Class of 2008, was recently inducted into the PSC Athletic Hall of Fame for his acheivements on and off the field.  Presenting him with his award was PSC Head Baseball Coach Doug Little.

WVU Potomac State College Alumnus Jacke Healey (left) Class of 2008, was recently inducted into the PSC Athletic Hall of Fame for his acheivements on and off the field.  Presenting him with his award was PSC Head Baseball Coach Doug Little. 

West Virginia University Potomac State College recently inducted Jacke Healey, Class of 2008, into the PSC Athletic Hall of Fame during its 32nd annual awards dinner.

Healey played two seasons with the Catamount baseball team and was named a NJCAA All-American as a sophomore after hitting .456 with 67 hits, 15 doubles, and 11 home runs.  He was also one of nine players in the country to be named a Rawlings Big Stick Award Winner and was also selected as the Region XX Player of the Year. 

Additionally, Healey was drafted by the Huston Astros in the 27th round of the 2010 Major League Baseball Draft. 

In 2013 Healey joined the baseball program at Oakland University in Rochester, Mich. as an assistant coach.  He was named co-head coach in 2016. 

During his first year as co-head coach, Healey propelled Oakland to history-making status when Oakland won their first Horizon League Tournament games, going 2-2.  These wins marked just the second time in the Division I era that Oakland won multiple conference tournament games, with the last time coming in 2000 as members of the Summit League.

Potomac State College is part of the WVU System and is located on the Keyser campus.