2011 NCBWA DIII National Awards

June 2, 2011
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Eastern Connecticut State University outfielder Jim Schult (Sr., Wappingers Falls, N.Y./John Jay) has been named National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association NCAA Division III “Position Player of the Year,” while Marietta College’s Brian Gasser (Jr., New Philadelphia, Ohio/Indian Valley) earned that organization’s NCAA Division III “Pitcher of the Year” honors.

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Schult was named the New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association “Player of the Year” and first-team All-Little East Conference with a .392 batting average, 56 runs scored, 19 doubles, five triples, 11 home runs, 64 RBI, a .711  slugging percentage, a .478 on-base percentage and 20-of-21 stolen bases.  He received two first-place votes and four second-place votes from a panel of sports information directors.  Gasser, who received five first-place votes and three second-place votes, was named “D3baseball.com Pitcher of the Year” and the Ohio Athletic Conference “Pitcher of the Year” with a 13-0 record, a 1.09 earned run average, 2.51 walks per nine innings, 8.62 strikeouts per nine innings and a .157 opponent-batting average.

Position Players in order of voting

New England Region

Jim Schult

Outfielder

Eastern Connecticut State University

Sr., Wappingers Falls, N.Y./John Jay

Named the New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association “Player of the Year” and first-team All-Little East Conference with a .392 batting average, 56 runs scored, 19 doubles, five triples, 11 home runs, 64 RBI, a .711  slugging percentage, a .478 on-base percentage and 20-of-21 stolen bases.

Mideast Region

John Snyder

Outfielder

Marietta College

Sr., Altoona, Pa./Altoona

Named “D3baseball.com” first-team All-America and the Ohio Athletic Conference “Player of the Year” with a .460 batting average (thru regional play), 44 runs scored, 20 doubles, two triples, four home runs, 58 RBI, a .681 slugging percentage, a .533 on-base percentage and 13-of-20 stolen bases.

Central Region

Brandon Rogalski

Outfielder

Washington University (Mo.)

Jr., Mount Pleasant, S.C./Wando

Named “D3baseball.com” first-team All-America and first-team All-University Athletic Association with a .438 batting average, 49 runs scored, 20 doubles, five triples, six home runs, 60 RBI, a .722 slugging percentage, a .470 on-base percentage and 28-of-31 stolen bases.

West Region

Kyle Felix

Catcher

Trinity University (Texas)

Sr., Woodside, Calif./Bellarmine College Prep

Named “D3baseball.com” second-team All-America and first-team All-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference with a .365 batting average, 51 runs scored, 24 doubles, 14 home runs, 61 RBI, a .729 slugging percentage, a .443 on-base percentage and 14-of-17 stolen bases.

Midwest Region

Cody Koback

Outfielder

Wisconsin-Stevens Point

Jr., Plover, Wis./Stevens Point Area

Named “D3baseball.com” second-team All-America and the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference’s “Position Player of the Year” with a .424 batting average, 71 runs scored, 11 doubles, seven triples, eight home runs, 47 RBI, a .701 slugging percentage, a .516 on-base percentage and 16-of-18 stolen bases.

South Region

Drew Leachman

Outfielder

Birmingham-Southern College

Sr., Mobile, Ala./McGill Toolen Catholic

Named the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference’s “Offensive Player of the Year” with a .451 batting average, 60 runs scored, 16 doubles, two triple, four home runs, 44 RBI, a .648 slugging percentage, a .521 on-base percentage and 18-of-20 stolen bases.

Mid-Atlantic Region

Michael Pascarella

Second Base

Pittsburgh-Bradford

Fr., Bradford, Pa./Bradford

Named the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference “Player of the Year” and “Rookie of the Year” with a .464 batting average, 45 runs scored, six doubles, six triples, six home runs, 32 RBI, a .791 slugging percentage, a .558 on-base percentage and six-of-seven stolen bases.

New York Region

David Kinney

Third Base

Clarkson University

Jr., Mexico, N.Y./Mexico

Named the Liberty League’s “Player of the Year” with a .403 batting average, 39 runs scored, 19 doubles, two triples, six home runs, a .669 slugging percentage, a .460 on-base percentage and 16-of-16 stolen bases.

 

Position Players

Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Total
Jim Schult 2 4 2 54
John Snyder 2 2 1 1 1 1 48
Brandon Rogalski 2 4 2 48
Kyle Felix 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 40
Cory Koback 1 1 3 2 1 35
Drew Leachman 1 3 3 1 32
Michael Pascarella 1 5 2 17
David Kinney 1 1 1 5 14

 

Pitchers

Mideast Region

Brian Gasser

Marietta College

Jr., New Philadelphia, Ohio/Indian Valley

Named “D3baseball.com Pitcher of the Year” and the Ohio Athletic Conference “Pitcher of the Year” with a 13-0 record, a 1.09 earned run average, 2.51 walks per nine innings, 8.62 strikeouts per nine innings and a .157 opponent-batting average.

West Region

Brian Rauh

Chapman University

So., Lake Forest, Calif./Laguna Hills

Named “D3baseball.com” first-team All-America  and All-Independents “Pitcher of the Year” with an 11-0 record, a 1.71 earned run average, 2.37 walks per nine innings, 10.77 strikeouts per nine innings and a .176 opponent-batting average…the 2010 NCBWA national “pitcher of the year.”

Mid-Atlantic Region

Brendan Close

Moravian College

Jr., Bethlehem, Pa./Freedom

Named “D3baseball.com” first-team All-America and the Landmark Conference “Pitcher of the Year” with a 10-0 record, seven complete games, four shutouts, a 1.00 earned run average, 0.56 walks per nine innings, 11.17 strikeouts per nine innings and a .176 opponent-batting average.

South Region

Greg Van Sickler

Shenandoah University

Sr., Stephenson, Va./Wood

Named “D3baseball.com” first-team All-America and USA South Athletic Conference “Player/Pitcher of the Year” with an 11-1 record, a 1.81 earned run average, 1.00 walks per nine innings, 8.34 strikeouts per nine innings and a .267 opponent-batting average…2010 NCBWA South Region “Pitcher of the Year.”

Midwest Region

Luke Westphal

Wisconsin-Oshkosh

Jr., Clintonville, Wis./Clintonville

Named “D3baseball.com” second-team All-America and the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference’s “Pitcher of the Year” with a 7-0 record, a 1.34 earned run average, five complete games, 2.09 walks per nine innings, 9.55 strikeouts per nine innings and a .184 opponent-batting average.

Central Region

Jason Pankau

Illinois Wesleyan University

Sr., Elmhurst, Ill./York

Named “D3baseball.com” third-team All-America and the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin’s “pitcher of the year” with an 8-2 record, a 1.53 earned run average, 1.33 walks per nine innings, 9.10 strikeouts per nine innings and a .203 opponent batting average…2010 NCBWA Central Region “Pitcher of the Year.”

New England Region

Corey Batista

Bridgewater State University

Jr., Fall River, Mass./Bishop Connolly

Named the Massachusetts State College Athletic Conference “Pitcher of the Year” and first-team All-New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association with a 7-3 record, a 1.78 earned run average, 1.91 walks per nine innings, 10.07 strikeouts per nine innings and a .227 opponent-batting average.

New York Region

Justin D’Amato

St. John Fisher College

Fr., Canandaigua, N.Y./Canandaigua Academy

Named the Empire 8 Athletic Conference “Pitcher of the Year” with a 9-2 record, a 3.25 earned run average, 2.73 walks per nine innings, 10.78 strikeouts per nine innings and a .227 opponent-batting average.
Pitchers

Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Total
Brian Gasser 5 3 61
Brian Rauh 5 2 1 52
Brendan Close 3 2 2 1 49
Greg Van Sickler 4 2 1 1 39
Luke Westphal 2 4 1 1 31
Jason Pankau 4 3 1 26
Corey Batista 1 2 3 2 17
Justin D’Amato 3 5 11

 

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