Following record-setting seasons, DePauw's Mike Hammel (Westfield, Ind./Cathedral) and Jack Thompson (Carmel, Ind./Carmel) have been named all-Mideast Region second team by both the American Baseball Coaches Association and D3baseball.com after earlier earning all-North Coast Athletic Conference First Team accolades
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Alex Weingarten and SUNY Cortland shut out DePauw 9-0 on Sunday, ending the Tigers’ NCAA Tournament run and capping off their season at 33-13.
Only a week removed from losing to Wooster in the NCAC Tournament by scores of 18-3 and 25-6, DePauw returned the favor Saturday with a 13-4 win, knocking the No. 8 Fighting Scots out of the NCAA Tournament and staying alive themselves to see another day.
DePauw lost to Keystone 10-3 Saturday morning in the second round of the winner’s bracket of the NCAA Division III Midwest Regional hosted by Washington and Jefferson College.
Due to weather delays during today's NCAA Division III Baseball Mideast Regional, only three of the four scheduled games were completed, forcing the winner's bracket contest between seventh-seed DePauw and sixth-seed Keystone to be moved to tomorrow (Saturday) morning at 10 a.m.
Seventh-seeded DePauw capped off the first day of the NCAA Division III Baseball Mideast Regional at Washington & Jefferson College by upsetting fourth-ranked and second-seeded SUNY Cortland 8-5 in a game that concluded early Friday morning.
Seven members of the DePauw baseball team were recently recognized by the North Coast Athletic Conference. Seniors Jack Thompson and Mike Hammel highlighted the pack by making All-NCAC First Team.
Coming off a 31-11 regular season, DePauw has earned an at-large berth into the 56-team NCAA Division III Baseball Championship
With outright titles in field hockey and women's basketball and a total of 19 top-five finishes during the 2016-17 academic year, DePauw has won the North Coast Athletic Conference All-Sports Championship for the third time in its six years of competition in the conference
Ninth-ranked Wooster claimed its second consecutive North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament Championship after defeating DePauw 25-6 on Saturday.