1999 Concordia Baseball
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1999 MIAC ALL-CONFERENCE BASEBALL TEAM

Name School YR Pos Hometown/HS

Mike Schwalen Augsburg So SS Minneapolis / Richfield

Jeremy Belisle Bethel Jr OF Elk River / Big Lake

David Feir Concordia Sr OF Moorhead
Clayton Horgen Concordia Jr 1B Fergus Falls

Josh Schroeder Carleton So CF Florence, MT / Carlton HS

Brad Mazer Gustavus Fy C Orono
Rod Swenson Gustavus Sr P New Ulm

R.T. Luczak Macalester SR OF/P Greenfield, WI
Keenan Sue Macalester So SS Honolulu, HI / Punahou

Tony Giuliani St. Johnís Sr IF St. Paul / Cretin
Chad Krueger St. Johnís Sr IF Goodhue
Joel Swenson St. Johnís Sr P Holdingford

Charlie Brookins St. Olaf Sr P Cottage Grove / Park HS
Erik Goodmanson St. Olaf Fr P Albert Lea
Tim Thoreson St. Olaf Jr SS West St. Paul / Sibley
Brian Sprout St. Olaf Fr 3B Lake City
Nick Sherry St. Olaf Sr DH/OF Hastings

Joe Duda St. Maryís So DH Rochester / Lourdes

Matt Faulken St. Thomas Sr OF St. Paul / Central
Mike Honsa St. Thomas Jr P W. St. Paul / Cretin
Jake Mauer St. Thomas So 2B St. Paul / Cretin
Ray Noble St. Thomas Sr OF Minneapolis / Southwest
Chris Olean St. Thomas Sr P Minneapolis / Washburn
Paul Rafferty St. Thomas Jr 1B St. Paul / Cretin
 

Pitcher of the Year - Chris Olean, St. Thomas

Player of the Year - Brian Sprout, St. Olaf

MIAC Coach of the Year - Dennis Denning, St. Thomas



5/18/99

Concordia's David Feir (Sr., Moorhead) and Clayton Horgen (Jr., Fergus Falls) have been named to the 1999 All-MIAC Baseball team.

Feir, the Cobber MVP each of the past two years, also earned All-MIAC honors in 1998. This year he hit 403 in MIAC play with a .465 slugging percentage. He was 4th in the MIAC with 21 runs scored and 4th in steals with 11.

Horgen, who also earned All-MIAC honors in football last fall as the MIAC's top punter, hit .386 in MIAC play with 5 doubles and 4 home runs. He was 3rd in the MIAC in hits with 27 and 4th in home runs with 4.