The Dakota Athletic Conference (DAC) has announced its All-Conference and postseason awards on Monday. Dakota State's senior Chance Hargrove was selected for two postseason awards.
Hargrove - 6'1" and 205 pounds - was named to DAC All-Conference second team outfielder. He started in 38 games for the Trojans in 2011. Hargrove's batting average was .306 with 34 hits in 111 at-bats. He recorded six doubles and three home runs. He led the Trojans with 24 RBIs and slugging percentage of .441. He has an on-base percentage of .388.
In his two-year career at DSU, Hargrove recorded a batting average of .300. He had 14 doubles and 10 home runs with a slugging percentage of .490.
Hargrove also was selected to the DAC Gold Glove team (as a right fielder) for outstanding defense. He recorded a .967 fielding percentage with two errors and 52 put-outs.
Chance is the son of Rusty and Sonya Hargrove of Newport, Wash.
Nick Huntimer, Dakota State University Sports Information Director