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      Seven Bobcat Baseball Players Earn HAAC Honors

(Peru, Neb.) – Seven members of the recently crowned Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC)
Post-Season Baseball Tournament Peru State College (PSC) Bobcats recently received all-conference
recognition by a vote of the HAAC’s baseball coaches.

Earning first team recognition were Jeff Eubank (Fort Pierce, Fla.), Jonathan Castillo (Paterson, N.J.), and
Kyle Fredrickson (Omaha). Eubank was the first team second baseman; Castillo was one of four
outfielders noted, while Fredrickson was one of two catchers picked.

Recognized as second team honorees were three Bobcat pitchers. Seniors Will Scott (Defuniak Springs,
Fla.) and Tim Crawford (Omaha) were joined by junior Bryan Duncan (Seattle, Wash.) on the second
unit.

Gaining honorable mention was freshman Randy Santiesteban (Hialeah, Fla.). Santiesteban is a
shortstop.

Eubank was among the Top 20 in several HAAC categories for conference action including: tied for first
in triples per game (0.16); tied for first in total triples (4); second in hits per game (1.44); second in total
bases per game (2.24); tied for second in total hits (36); third in batting average (.444); fourth in slugging
percentage (.691); fourth in runs batted in per game (0.92); fourth in total bases (56); tied for fourth in
runs scored per game (0.84); tied for fourth in total runs scored (21); tied for fourth in total runs batted
in (23); tied for 13th for total home runs (2); tied for 16th in total doubles (6); 17th in doubles per game
(0.24); tied for 17th in home runs per game (0.08); 18th in at bats per game (3.24); and tied for 18th in
total at bats (81).

In all games played, Eubank finished in the Top 20 among HAAC players in the following: first in batting
average (.424); first in slugging percentage (.727); first in runs batted in per game (1.22); first in total
runs batted in (60); first in total bases per game (2.45); first in total bases (120); tied for first in total
triples (6); second in hits per game (1.43); second in total hits (70); second in triples per game (0.12);
third in home runs per game (0.16); third in total home runs (8); fourth in runs scored per game (0.92);
fourth in total runs scored (45); fourth in doubles per game (0.29); tied for fourth in total doubles (14);
sixth in at bats per game (3.37); and seventh in total at bats (165).

Nationally, Eubank is in the Top 50 rankings in the NAIA in: 11th in slugging percentage (.727); 11th in
total triples (6); 12th in runs batted in per game (1.224); 14th in batting average (.424); 18th in runs batted
in (60); 21st in total bases per game (2.449); 21st in triples per game (0.122); and 43rd in total bases (120).

Castillo was among the Top 20 in conference action in the HAAC in the following categories: first in at
bats per game (3.75); second in total at bats (90); tied for 12th in total hits (28); tied for 12th in total
bases per game (1.71); 13th in runs scored per game (0.75); 13th in hits per game (1.17); tied for 13th in
total runs scored (18); tied for 13th in total runs batted in (17); 15th in runs batted in per game (0.71); and
tied for 16th in total bases (41).

In all games played, Castillo finished in the Top 20 among HAAC players in the following: first in runs
scored per game (1.00); first in hits per game (1.52); first in total hits (73); first in at bats per game
(3.88); first in total at bats (186); second in total runs scored (50); second in total bases per game (2.08);

third in total bases (100); tied for third in total triples (5); fourth in triples per game (0.10); fifth in
batting average (.392); tied for fifth in total runs batted in (41); seventh in slugging percentage (.538);
seventh in runs batted in per game(0.85); seventh in stolen bases per game (0.35); seventh in total
stolen bases (17); tied for 16th in total home runs (3); and 20th in home runs per game (0.06).

Nationally, Castillo is in the Top 50 rankings in the NAIA in: 21st in hits per game (1.521); 32nd in total
triples (5); 34th in triples per game (0.104); and 35th in at bats per game (3.875).

Fredrickson was among the Top 20 in several HAAC categories for conference action including: ninth in
total chances (162); tied for ninth in total doubles (7); tenth in chances per game (6.23); tenth in total
putouts (141); tied for tenth in total runs batted in (19); 11th in putouts per game (5.42); 14th in runs
batted in per game (0.73); and tied for 15th in doubles per game (0.27).

In all games played, Fredrickson finished in the Top 20 among HAAC players in the following: fifth in
slugging percentage (.591); tied for fifth in total runs batted in (41); sixth in runs batted in per game
(0.87); eighth in total chances (295); ninth in chances per game (6.28); ninth in putouts per game (5.53);
ninth in total bases per game (1.72); tied for ninth in total bases (81); tenth in total putouts (260); tenth
in batting average (.358); tied for 11th in doubles per game (0.26); tied for 11th in total doubles (12); 19th
in hits per game (1.04); and tied for 19th in total hits (49).

Among HAAC pitchers, Scott was in the Top 20 in the following categories in conference action: first in
walks allowed per game (1.55); tied for second in total walks allowed (8); tied for third in total wins (5);
tied for fifth in total batters struck out (43); seventh in batters struck out per game (8.35); ninth in total
innings pitched (46.1); tenth in earned run average (3.30); tied for 11th in opponents’ batting average
(.247); 14th in hits allowed per game (8.55); 15th in innings pitched per game (5.79); tied for 16th in runs
allowed (21); tied for 16th in earned runs allowed (17); and 18th in total hits allowed (44).

In all games played, Scott finished in the Top 20 among HAAC pitchers in the following: tied for third in
wins (9); fifth in earned run average (2.76); fifth in total innings pitched (81.2); sixth in total batters
struck out (73); sixth in walks allowed per game (2.20); seventh in opponents’ batting average (.228);
seventh in hits allowed per game (7.60); ninth in batters struck out per game (8.04); ninth in total
earned runs allowed (25); ninth in total walks allowed (20); tied for 11th in total runs allowed (34); 12th in
total hits allowed (69); and 14th in innings pitched per game (5.44).

Nationally, Scott is in the Top 50 rankings in the NAIA in total wins (9) which places him 19th.

Among HAAC pitchers, Duncan was in the Top 20 in the following categories in conference action: first
in hits allowed (20); first in runs allowed (5); first in earned runs allowed (4); third in earned run average
(1.38); third in opponents’ batting average (.206); third in hits allowed per game (6.92); sixth in batters
struck out per game (8.65); tied for sixth in total walks allowed (9); 16th in walks allowed per game
(3.12); 17th in total batters struck out (25); and tied for 17th in total wins (3).

In all games played, Duncan finished in the Top 20 among HAAC pitchers in the following: second in total
earned runs allowed (18); tied for third in total hits allowed (50); fifth in opponents’ batting average
(.225); sixth in earned run average (2.79); tied for seventh in total wins (7); eighth in batters struck out
per game (8.07); ninth in hits allowed per game (7.76); 12th in total walks allowed (22); 16th in total
batters struck out (52); and 19th in walks allowed per game (3.41).

Nationally, Duncan is in the Top 50 rankings in the NAIA in three categories: 25th in total runs allowed
(22); 39th in total earned runs allowed (18); and 45th in total hits allowed (50).

In all games played, Crawford finished tied for fifth in total wins (8) among HAAC pitchers. Crawford had
key wins against Graceland, Baker, and Missouri Valley in HAAC action. In addition, Crawford earned the
win in the Bobcats’ championship game.

Earlier in the season, Crawford defeated Southern Nazarene, Friends, McPherson, and Mayville State – a
game played in the Metrodome. For Crawford, it was a season to remember having fought through
numerous injuries during his career, including this season, which have sidelined him at times.

While earning honorable mention, Santiesteban finished in the Top 20 among HAAC players in
conference action in the following categories: third in home runs per game (0.17); tied for third in total
home runs (4); fourth in batting average (.403); sixth in slugging percentage (.691); ninth in total bases
per game (1.83); tied for ninth in total bases (44); tenth in hits per game (1.21); 11th in total hits (29);
12th in assists per game (1.83); 12th in runs batted in per game (0.75); 12th in total runs batted in (18);
tied for 13th in total assists (44); and tied for 18th in runs scored per game (0.67).

In all games played, Santiesteban was in the Top 20 in the following categories among HAAC players:
tied for ninth in total home runs (4); tied for 11th in home runs per game (0.10); 14th in slugging
percentage (.517); 17th in runs scored per game (0.71); tied for 17th in batting average (.342); and 19th in
total bases per game (1.51).