SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The North Dakota State baseball team earned nine All-Summit League selections, the league office announced on Tuesday morning.
Peter Brookshaw, Druw Sackett, Cade Feeney and Tristen Roehrich were named to the All-Summit League First Team. James Dunlap, Cadyn Schwabe, Parker Puetz and Skyler Riedinger were selected to the All-Summit League Second Team, while Stephen Lund was named to the Honorable Mention list. It marked the most All-Summit selections for NDSU since joining the conference in 2008.
Feeney notched a 5-1 record on the mound in conference play and picked up his second career All-Summit League First Team honor. He led the Summit League with a 2.03 ERA in league play and limited opponents to a .228 batting average over 48.2 innings. The Bismarck, N.D., native tossed 36 strikeouts, including four games with five or more.
Roehrich was selected to the first team for the first time in his career. He ranked third in Summit League play with a 3.02 ERA. The West Fargo, N.D., native was also slotted fifth in the conference in strikeouts with 39 and limited opponents to a .226 batting average.
Brookshaw was named to first team for the first time in his career after starting all 23 games in league play. He notched a .322 batting average with 28 hits, including five home runs and four doubles. The Prescott, Wis., native also totaled 26 runs with 17 runs.
Sackett earned a spot on the first team for the first time in his career after totaling a team-high 33 runs in league play, which ranked second in the Summit League. The Fruita, Colo., native posted a .326 batting average with a team-best eight home runs.
Dunlap was named to the second team in his first season with the Bison after leading the team with 32 RBI in conference play. The Tulsa, Okla., native also ranked second in the league with a .384 batting average with a team-best 33 hits.
Schwabe earned second team honors for the first time in his career after notching a team-high 11 stolen bases, which ranked second in the conference. The Thompson, N.D., native connected on 26 hits with 20 runs and 21 RBI.
Puetz was named to the second team in his freshman season after posting a 2.06 ERA in league play, which ranked second in the Summit League. The Volga, S.D., native also limited opposing batters to a conference-low .187 batting average.
Riedinger earned second team accolades after making eight relief appearances with one save in conference play and registering a 2.40 ERA. The Bismarck, N.D., native tossed 13 strikeouts and held opponents to a .160 batting average.
Lund rounded out the group earning honorable mention honors in his first season with the Bison. The Verona, Wis., native tallied a .305 batting average with 18 hits, including five doubles and three home runs. He also contributed 15 runs and 13 RBI.
2023 Baseball All-Summit League
Player of the Year: Jonah Cox, Oral Roberts
Pitcher of the Year: Cade Denton, Oral Roberts
Newcomer of the Year: Jonah Cox, Oral Roberts
Defensive Player of the Year: Mac McCroskey, Oral Roberts
Coach of the Year: Ryan Folmar, Oral Roberts
C - Ryan McDonald, South Dakota State
1B - Jake McMurray, Oral Roberts
2B - Peter Brookshaw, North Dakota State
3B - Mike Boeve, Omaha
SS - Devin Hurdle, Omaha
OF - Jonah Cox, Oral Roberts
OF - Matt Hogan, Oral Roberts
OF - Nick Mitchell, Western Illinois
DH - Drew Stahl, Oral Roberts
UT - Druw Sackett, North Dakota State
SP - Cade Feeney, North Dakota State
SP - Jakob Hall, Oral Roberts
SP - Tristen Roehrich, North Dakota State
RP - Cade Denton, Oral Roberts
C - Jacob Godman, Oral Roberts
1B - James Dunlap, North Dakota State
2B - Cade Stuff, South Dakota State
3B - Holden Breeze, Oral Roberts
SS - Mac McCroskey, Oral Roberts
OF - Cadyn Schwabe, North Dakota State
OF - Justin Quinn, Oral Roberts
OF - Drew Beazley, South Dakota State
DH - Chase VanDerGinst, Western Illinois
UT - Brennan Bales, Omaha
SP - Brooks Fowler, Oral Roberts
SP - Harley Gollert, Oral Roberts
SP - Parker Puetz, North Dakota State
RP - Skyler Riedinger, North Dakota State
C - Adam Juran, Western Illinois
1B - Dawson Parry, South Dakota State
1B - Cadon Wagner, Northern Colorado
2B - Kyree Alexander, Western Illinois
3B - Nic Nelson, South Dakota State
SS - Luke Ira, South Dakota State
OF - Reece Anderson, South Dakota State
OF - Jake King, Northern Colorado
DH - Stephen Lund, North Dakota State
UT - Blaze Brothers, Oral Roberts
SP - Jake Goble, South Dakota State
SP - Harrison Kreiling, Omaha
SP - Dylan Smith, Northern Colorado
RP - Eli Sundquist, South Dakota State
NDSU finished the regular season with a 22-28 (16-7 Summit) overall record and earned the second seed in the Summit League Championship. The Bison, who are hosting the tournament for the first time in program history, will face third-seeded South Dakota State on Wednesday night. First pitch is set for 6:05 p.m., at Newman Outdoor Field.