BLOOMINGTON, Minn.--Adrian College junior shortstop Ryan Dorow (South Haven, Mich.) is an honorable mention pick on the 2016 D3baseball.com All-America Team, which was released on Thursday. This marks the second time in Dorow's career that he has been named a D3baseball.com All-American, as he was the organization's national freshman of the year and third-team All-American in 2014.
Dorow adds to his trophy case this spring as he previously received NCAA Division III first-team All-Mideast Region accolades from both the Rawlings/American Baseball Coaches Association and D3baseball.com. In addition, the sports management major earned his second Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Player of the Year award in three years and third all-conference first team nod.
The three-time first-team Rawlings/ABCA all-region choice finished the season with several career highs while ranking in the MIAA top-5, including 66 hits (2nd), eight home runs (2nd), 102 total bases (2nd), school-record 56 runs batted in (2nd), 46 runs scored (4th), four sacrifice flies (4th) and a .611 slugging percentage (4th). He also batted .395 for sixth, walked 25 times for eighth, hit two triples for eighth and had a .480 on-base percentage for seventh.
Nationally, Dorow is 11th in total RBI and 16th in RBI per game in the latest NCAA statistical rankings.
Dorow is the fifth Bulldog to garner D3baseball.com All-America laurels seven times. Including the ABCA program, Adrian has received 11 All-America citations--all since 2008 and during the Craig Rainey '88 coaching era.
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