Middlebury baseball players Justin Han (Vienna, Va.) and Andrew Hennings (Oak Park, Ill.) have been named College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) District II First-Team Academic All-District selections. As first-team honorees, both players advance to the CoSIDA Academic All-America ballot with the selections being announced from June 8-11.
Han owns a 3.79 grade point average as an economics major and is a three-time member of the All-NESCAC Academic Team. He is the school's all-time leader in stolen bases with 57 and is tied for the school mark with 69 walks. Han is a career .331 hitter with a .458 on-base percentage. He has belted 24 doubles and 70 RBI in his career and owns single-season Middlebury marks for walks (31) and stolen bases (28). His 28 thefts in 2019 were second in the NESCAC. He wraps up his Middlebury career with 122 hits in 109 career games.
A CoSIDA All-District selection a year ago, Hennings owns a 3.66 grade point average as an economics major. The senior infielder led the Panthers with a .363 batting average in 2019, placing him in a fifth-place tie among his NESCAC peers. Hennings led the team and was second in the league with a .500 on-base percentage and was third in the conference after being hit by a pitch 12 times in 2019. He concludes his career with a .338 hitting percentage and a .457 on-base percentage.
The spring seasons were cut short due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, therefore the athletic criteria was based on career accolades.