Middlebury College baseball players Andrew Hennings (Oak Park, Ill.) and Brooks Carroll (Davidson, N.C.) have been named College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) District I First-Team Academic All-District selections by the organization. The pair helped guide the Panthers to a 26-13 record in 2019 with a trip to the NESCAC Championship game.
Hennings owns a 3.65 grade point average as an economics major at Middlebury. The junior designated hitter led the Panthers with a .363 batting average this season, placing him in a fifth-place tie among his NESCAC peers. He led his team and was second in the league with a .500 on-base percentage, to go along with six doubles and 12 RBI. Hennings took one for the team 12 times this year to pace the squad and rank third in the NESCAC, while owning 11 multiple-hit games.
Carroll boasts a 3.76 grade point average as an economics major at Middlebury. The junior shortstop made just eight errors in 165 chances this season for a .952 fielding percentage. Carroll hit .325 this spring with 27 runs scored. His 29 RBI were second on the team and seventh in the league, his 25 walks were tops at Middlebury and fifth in the NESCAC, while his 21 stolen bases were third as a Panther and fourth among his NESCAC peers. Carroll earned 14 multiple-hit games this spring, surpassing the 100 career-hit plateau.