Hurlbutt achieves All-American status

Tabor College pitcher Dustin Hurlbutt has received All-American recognition from the NAIA-Baseball Coaches Association All-America Committee.

The junior right-hander received honorable mention honors for his performance this season. He was 10-3 on the mound with an Earned Run Average of 3.16 over 881?3 innings of work.

Hurlbutt gave up 38 runs (31 earned) and struck out 106 batters. Opponents batted .225 against him.

Hurlbutt ranks nationally in four categories: 10th in total batters struck out, 15th in wins, 16th in batters struck out per nine (10.8) and 47th in hits allowed per nine (7.13).

Tabor went 54-12 this season, recording the most wins in school history and returning to the NAIA World Series for the second consecutive year.

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