Release: August 26, 2009
VESTAL, N.Y. -- Binghamton baseball outfielder Henry Dunn wrapped up his summer in the New England Collegiate Baseball League with first team all-star accolades. Dunn, who hit leadoff and played center field for Vermont, was one of three outfielders selected for top honors in the 12-team league.
He ranked third in the league with a .351 batting average, was second in hits (47) and second in stolen bases (17-of-19). Dunn chipped in a team-high 11 doubles and 17 RBI in 34 games for the Moutaineers, who went 20-19 to place third in the Western Division. In the field, he made 61 putouts with one assist and no errors.
Dunn was a midseason all-star game selection and was the league's Player of the Week on June 14 after hitting .412 with eight runs and eight RBI during the week.
Last spring, he hit .347 for the Bearcats, helping BU (30-22) capture the program's first America East title and advance to the NCAA tournament.
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