| 2001 Men's Baseball All-MIAC Team |
2001 MIAC All-Conference Team. He led the league in hitting with a .500 average. He is only the second player in school history to lead the league in hiting.
2001 MIAC All-Conference Team.
Finished fifth in the league in hits (28) and eight in the league in BA (.412).
2001 MIAC All-Conference Team.
Finished third in the league in home runs with six.
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Three Concordia players were named to the 2001 MIAC All-Conference team. Shortstop/pitcher Derek Dormanen (So., Menahga, Minn.), firstbaseman Chad Felstul (Jr., Morris, Minn.) and designated hitter/outfielder Jesse Rostad (Sr., Barnesville, Minn.) each received the award for the first time in their careers. The Cobbers finished fourth in the MIAC and competed at the MIAC tournament for the first time in school history.
Dormanen led the conference in hitting with a .500 average and was among the league leaders in hits and runs scored. He is only the second player in school history to lead the league in batting. The other player, Chris Coste, is now playing for the Cleveland Indians AAA affiliate. He also led the Cobbers in hitting for the season, finishing the year with a .440 average in 25 season games. He also led the team in on-base percentage (.517), and was second on the team in hits with 33. As a pitcher Dormanen was among the league leaders in innings pitched and wins. He finished the year with a 3-3 record and a 3.59 ERA.
Felstul finished second on the team in hitting with a .375 average, and ninth in the MIAC with a .412 league average. He led the team in hits (36), RBI's (20) and total bases (60). He finished fifth in the league in hits (28) and fourth in the league in home runs with four. He only committed two errors in 220 chances at first base, and his fielding percentage of .991 set a school record for fielding percentage in a season by an infielder.
Rostad finished his four-year career by leading the Cobbers in home runs with six. He was third in the league in that category, and was also among the league leaders in hits (26). He also led the team in at-bats, was third in batting average (.340) and was second in slugging percentage with a .588 mark.
2001 MEN'S BASEBALL All-MIAC
Name School Yr Pos Hometown
DOUG AMSDEN HAMLINE JR OF NO. ST. PAUL
NICK BEISSEL ST. OLAF SR 1B LAKEVILLE
SCOTT BELL MACALESTER SO P SELAH, WA
MATT BUZZELL ST. THOMAS SO SS ROCHESTER
CASEY COULSON ST. OLAF SR OF ROSEMOUNT
DEREK DORMANEN CONCORDIA SO SS/P MENAHGA
BRYAN EDSTROM ST. THOMAS JR P MAPLE GROVE
CHAD FELSTUL CONCORDIA JR 1B MORRIS
TYLER GREGORY BETHEL SR OF BLOOMINGTON
CORY KANZ ST. MARY’S SO P ROCHESTER
AARON KOPPEN ST. OLAF JR P PINE CITY
DAN LAMANNA ST. OLAF JR C SO. ST. PAUL
JAKE MAUER ST. THOMAS SR 2B ST. PAUL
BRAD MAZER GUSTAVUS JR C ORONO
DAVID MCMAHON ST.MARY’S JR SS COON RAPIDS
SCOTT MORRISON ST.MARY’S SR C ST. PAUL
JESSE ROSTAD CONCORDIA SR DH BARNESVILLE
CHARLIE RUUD ST. OLAF FY P CANNON FALLS
STEVE RYAN ST. OLAF JR OF SO. ST. PAUL
BRIAN SPROUT ST. OLAF JR 3B/P LAKE CITY
RICH STORHOLM AUGSBURG SR OF ST. LOUIS PARK
KEENAN SUE MACALESTER SR SS HONOLULU, HI
ERIC WILLIAMSON ST.MARY’S SO P SO. ST. PAUL
TONY WOLVERTON ST. THOMAS SR OF FAIRMONT
Max Molock MIAC Most Valuable Player
BRIAN SPROUT, ST. OLAF and JAKE MAUER, ST. THOMAS
Mike Augustin MIAC Most Valuable Pitcher
ERIC WILLIAMSON, SAINT MARY'S
Jim Dimick MIAC Coach of the Year
NICK WHALEY, SAINT MARY'S
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