(Carlisle, Pa.) – Dickinson senior Ryan Dolan (Plymouth Meeting, Pa./Germantown Academy) and junior Rick Hopkins (Egg Harbor Twp., N.J./Holy Spirit) were named to the 2016 All-Centennial Conference Baseball Team. Dolan makes his third straight appearance on the team, earning Second-team recognition this season. He was Second-team in 2014 and a First-team selection last season. Hopkins received honorable mention in his second season as the Red Devils' starting catcher. Senior Brian McCloud (Medfield, Mass./Medfield) was named to the All-Centennial Sportsmanship Team.
Dolan has had a major impact on the program for the past three seasons, making his mark in numerous categories in the school record book. He had another outstanding season, hitting .381 on the year with 43 hits, including six doubles, seven triples and a pair of homeruns. He ranked third in single season triples and finished second all-time with 20 in his career.
He had a team-high .611 slugging percentage to raise his career mark to .569, ranking third, and finished second in career on-base percentage at .461. He cracked the top 10 for runs scored, total bases and stolen bases as well. He swiped 52 bases in his three seasons to rank third.
Hopkins took over the starting role in 2015 and has been solid behind the plate for the past two seasons. He hit .303 on the year with 36 hits, including nine doubles and four homeruns, ranking in the top 10 with six homeruns in his career. The junior scored 23 runs and was second on the team with 25 RBIs.
He was equally as impressive on the defensive side, recording a remarkable .988 fielding percentage, committing just three errors while ranking ninth on the school single season list with 259 chances. He broke into the top 10 with 237 putouts as well and caught 10 runners stealing to move into second on the all-time list with 30 in his career. Hopkins ranks seventh in both chances and putouts with 590 and 522, respectively.
The Red Devils posted their second 20-win season in the past three years, finishing 20-18 overall and 7-11 in the Centennial Conference.