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Baseball - Thu, May 11, 2017

Six members of the 2017 Doane University Baseball team were recognized this week with the announcement of the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) all-conference team and gold glove selections.

Kevin Clausen (SR/Torrance, Calif.) received First Team All-GPAC honors this year in the outfield for the Tigers. Clausen hit .358 on the season and tied the school record with 16 doubles while driving in 29 runners. He had an on-base percentage of .455 on the year.

Clausen also kept a streak alive for the program as he was named the Gold Glove recipient in left field. It is the second time Clausen has won the award after posting a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage with 32 putouts and two outfield assists. A Doane baseball player has been named to the Gold Glove list for the eighth straight year.

Receiving Second Team All-GPAC honors was Tommy Anderson (JR/Victorville, Calif.). The only player to start all 50 games this season, Anderson returned to the Tigers to lead the team with a .373 batting average and 40 runs scored. He drove in 29 runs and hit 14 doubles this year.

Four players were named to the honorable mention All-GPAC list. Eduardo Yanez (SO/Mexico City, Mexico) led the Tigers in home runs this year with 11 and RBIs with 40. He batted .297 on the season and matched Clausen in tying the school record with 16 doubles. He posted a .566 slugging percentage.

Jacob Duhey (JR/Mission Viejo, Calif.) batted .320 on the season and was second on the team with 33 runs scored, all while hitting out of the 9-hole in the order. Duhey drove in 18 runs and had nine extra base hits on the year.

Leading the team in wins this year was Caleb Goedeken (JR/Hebron, Neb.). He posted a 5-5 overall record with a 4.18 earned run average. In 14 starts and 71.0 innings of work, he held opponents to a .250 batting average and struck out a team-high 54 batters.

Jacob Trujillo (JR/Hollister, Calif.) pitched in 19 games this year for the Tigers, starting four in conference play. He posted a 4.84 earned run average and held opponents to a .275 batting average. In 48.1 innings of work, he struck out 46 batters.