TERRE HAUTE, IND. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology placed two baseball players on the All-Fraternity All-American Baseball Team, in results released today.
Junior designated hitter Derek Dauenbaugh (Bloomington, Ill./University) captured first-team All-Fraternity All-American honors, while junior pitcher Jim Bob Schuler (Salem/North Harrison) captured honorable mention accolades.
Dauenbaugh led the Engineers in batting average at .440 for the seventh best single-season mark in program history. He slapped 59 hits with 11 doubles and three home runs, along with 38 RBIs and 33 runs scored. Dauenbaugh's top accomplishment included two home runs and school records of eight RBIs and six runs scored in a win over Bluffton.
Schuler led the team in wins (7) and paced the team's starting rotation with a 2.86 earned run average in 11 starts. He allowed 73 hits and just 14 walks in 72.1 innings of work with a team-high 55 strikeouts. His efforts also resulted in one save, one shutout and two more combined shutouts this season.
Dauenbaugh and Schuler are both members of the Triangle fraternity at Rose-Hulman.
The Fightin' Engineers finished the spring with a 27-16 record for its 11th consecutive winning season. Rose-Hulman also qualified for its fourth consecutive HCAC Tournament.