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Trevor Boyce played center field with reckless abandon at Babson College, crashing into outfield fences at full speed to make catches and instinctively cutting off balls hit into the gap.
And he did it to perfection.
Boyce, who never made an error in 101 career games — including 36 this season — is the first Babson player named to the American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings NCAA Division 3 Gold Glove team.
A graduate of Catholic Memorial School from Canton, Boyce also batted .372 in his final college season and was a first-team pick in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference .
“For him to be recognized as one of nine players among all of Division 3 is an incredible feat,’’ said Babson coach Matt Noone.