TERRE HAUTE, IND. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of
Technology junior Derek Dauenbaugh (Bloomington,
Ill./University) earned honorable mention All-American
honors from d3baseball.com, in results released today.
Dauenbaugh batted .440 this
season with 59 hits, 38 RBIs and 33 runs scored. He also
slapped 11 doubles with three home runs as the team's designated
Dauenbaugh established school
records with eight RBIs and six runs scored in a historic 26-11 win
over Bluffton in April. He smashed two home runs and two
doubles, recording two RBIs on each hit.
The mechanical engineering major
will enter his senior season with the career batting average school
record at Rose-Hulman. Dauenbaugh has batted .428 in his
first three years as a Fightin' Engineer with 89 career hits, 16
doubles and three home runs.
Dauenbaugh becomes the second
honorable All-American in the history of Rose-Hulman baseball,
after Keenan Long earned the honor last spring.
The program has compiled four All-Americans in its overall
history, including first-team honoree Tim Tepe in 2009.
Fightin' Engineer baseball All-Americans also include Michael
Matsui (2008), Andy Cain (1999) and Eric Tryon (1996).