Thompson had a whale of a season as the starting center fielder, batting .379 with a team-high 13 home runs and 55 RBI. His 13 home runs has him atop the single-season home run list in DePauw history.
A first team selection last year, Thompson also holds a .707 slugging percentage, a .446 on base percentage and was 16-of-18 on stolen base opportunities.
Hammel was right behind Thompson in the home run chase. He hit a team-high .396 average, connecting on 12 home runs and producing 40 RBI. He led the team with a .754 slugging percentage and .482 on base percentage.
Hammel was also one of the team's best pitchers with a 6-1 record and a 3.92 ERA. He has pitched a team-high 59.2 innings.
Lastly, Andrew Quinn has posted a 4-3 record with a 4.75 ERA in 11 appearances to be named an honorable mention.
The Tigers ended the regular season at 31-11 and placed first in the NCAC West with a 12-5 record. They were selected as an at-large bid into the NCAA DIII Baseball Championship and will face SUNY-Cortland on Thursday in Washington, Pa.