Bobcat Baseball Alum Named Intern of the Year at Residency Program

GC Baseball alum Sean Harrell
GC Baseball alum Sean Harrell

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Georgia College Baseball alum Sean Harrell, M.D. was recently chosen Intern of the Year for his Residency at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University.

Harrell provided a quote for the Ross University School of Medicine alumni page:

"Receiving this award is incredibly humbling as I am honored to work with terrific physicians on a daily basis and to be a part of a culture that continues to push me. This award would not be possible without the help and trust of my fellow residents and dedicated attending physicians at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. Equally, I am truly grateful for my education and experience that Ross University provided me, as this allowed me to cultivate my medical skills and work ethic while pursuing my passion. From fellow students, residents, professors, and attending physicians, this award is a product of all of their diligence and concern for my well-being and education."

Harrell has a specialty of Internal Medicine.

A 2010 Daktronics All-American, Harrell was a key piece of the Bobcat squad that advanced to the Division II World Series that season. Harrell held down centerfield and batted second for most of the year, hitting .440 with 11 home runs, 55 RBIs and 82 runs scored. He swiped 23 bases and had an amazing .525 on-base percentage that year. He finished his career as a two-time All-Peach Belt Conference (PBC) and PBC All-Academic honoree.

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