Quinn Nofziger, PHS ‘09 and a senior on the Indiana Wesleyan University baseball team, was named All-Crossroads League First Team and received Gold Glove recognition for the 2013 season.
Nofziger, son of Doug and Cheryl, led IWU in nearly every major offensive statistic in 2013.
He was first for the Wildcats in batting average (.351), home runs (two), stolen bases (24), runs (39), hits (54), doubles (11), triples (two), slugging percentage (.487), on-base percentage (.438), on-base percentage plus slugging-percentage (.925) and total bases (75).
Nofziger also was second on the club for runs batted in (27), walks (16), hits by pitches (eight) and sacrifice hits (three).
He was also recognized by the CL coaches for his outstanding defensive abilities in center field. He had a perfect field percentage, as he did not commit an error in 108 chances.
Nofziger also was named to the National Christian College Athletic Association All-Midwest region team.
He leaves IWU as one of the most decorated players in school history.
Nofziger set single-season school records in 2010 for season batting average at .467, which was sixth highest in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics that year, and hits, with 85, good for 36th in the NAIA.
He was an all-conference performer and NCCAA All American in 2010.
His four stolen bases in a game last week made him the career leader in stolen bases at IWU, with 85.
His 42 runs scored in 2010 are good for 11th-best in a single season. His 33 stolen bases in 2010 are good for fourth-most in school history.