June 19, 2014
MADISON, S.D. – Three Dakota State University baseball players are listed in the Trojan school record book after the completion of the 2014 season, which included a new single school record.
Danny Flahie set a new school record for most triples in a single season with five triples. The previous old record was set by three different players – Josh Wells and Chris Ebnet in 2006 and Brandon Jiles in 2005.
Flahie also tied the DSU school record for most career triples with six. He tied with Chaz Palmer who had six triples from 2010-13.
Flahie recorded the second most single season at-bats with 187 at-bats. Joe Davis was listed as the fourth most at-bats with 178.
Davis registered a total of 63 hits in 2014, tying for fourth-most hits in a single season (Josh Cuffe – 2003).
Zac Smith, who was named to North Star Athletic Association (NSAA) All-Conference First Team selection, produced the second-best earned run average in a single season in the Trojan Baseball record book. He recorded an ERA of 1.63 in 2014.
Dakota State finished their 2014 season with an overall record of 21-28 and 10-10 record in NSAA/Frontier conference games.
Nick Huntimer, Dakota State University Sports Information Director