Immediate Release: June 8, 2007
VESTAL, N.Y. - Binghamton University freshman center fielder Henry Dunn (Rockville Centre, N.Y.) has been selected as a Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-American by Collegiate Baseball. The national publication released its 2007 Team, which included three players from the America East.
Dunn enjoyed an outstanding freshman season, helping the Bearcats win a school-record 29 games, capture the America East regular season title and finish runner-up at the conference tournament. He hit .292 in league play with 10 RBI in 16 games and was selected to the all-conference second team and all-rookie squad. Dunn was a force at the America East Championship, earning all-tournament honors after hitting .364 and producing an on-base percentage of .533.
"This is a tremendous honor for Henry and very well deserved," head coach Tim Sinicki said. "Henry worked extremely hard all year and continued to make adjustments as the season progressed. He was a real catalyst for our offense and a big reason for our success."
Dunn, who started 37 of 40 games played, had seven multi-hit games in 2007, and was one of seven Bearcats with 20 or more RBI (20). In the field, he made just two errors (in 92 chances) and his range in center field helped preserve BU's top-rated pitching ERA (4.01).
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