7 Andrew Hahn
Hahn and Bryant both named to the honor roll for the second straight year.
Mids finish season 23-29.
Mids begin quest to repeat as conference tournament champions.
Hahn earns first career honor.
Mids will host Coppin State and travel to Delaware State.
Runs Scored: 3, vs. Georgetown (4/6/11)
Hits: 4, vs. Lehigh (4/4/10)
RBIs: 3, two times (most recent: vs. Army (5/23/11)
Stolen Bases: 2, vs. UMBC (3/4/11)
Hitting Streak: 6 games (2/19-2/27/11)
Posted a career-best 22 RBIs as he appeared in 42 games
Ranked second on the team and tied for seventh in the Patriot League with a career-best 10 stolen bases
Posted a career-best six-game hitting streak (2/19-27) where he went 8-for-23 (.348) with seven RBIs
Went 3-for-4 with three RBIs in game two of the Patriot League Championship Series vs. Army (5/23)
Swiped two bases in a win over UMBC (3/4)
Had two assists from the outfield and sported a .957 fielding percentage
Hit .328 - second highest of any returning player - with eight RBIs in 67 at-bats
Appeared in 38 games, making 19 starts in the outfield
Had his best career game vs. Lehigh (4/4) as he went 4-for-5 with a career-best two RBIs, two runs scored and two doubles
Stole a base in three consecutive games (3/27-28) vs. UMBC
Went 3-for-3 with a double and RBI vs. Lehigh (4/3)
Produced three, three-game hitting streaks
Drew two walks, producing two RBIs in 9-6 win over George Washington (4/6)
Doubled in each game of a doubleheader vs. Army (4/10)
Played in 24 games, nine of which he started
Batted .195 (8-for-41) with nine runs scored, a double and four RBIs
Successfully stole three bases in as many attempts
In his collegiate debut against Delaware State (2/25), he went 2-for-3 with two walks, two runs scored, a RBI and a stolen base
Swiped a base in back-to-back games against UMass (3/14) and Monmouth (3/15)
Produced a .455 on-base percentage over his final-11 games, a total of 22 plate appearances
Attended Loyola Blakefield High School, where he earned two letters in baseball
Named an Under Armour Preseason All-American in 2008
As a senior, he helped Loyola Blakefield to a 21-13 record
Member of 2007 Maryland Orioles U-17 team that competed at the World Wooden Bat Association national tournament
Son of Damye and Keith Hahn
Majoring in systems engineering