PITTSBURGH -- Point Park University shortstop Jake Horew capped off his strong junior season by being named NAIA Baseball Honorable Mention All-American.
Horew, a graduate of Chartiers Valley High School, made the list of national honorees announced earlier this week by the NAIA.
Horew led the Pioneers in many categories both offensively and defensively and also did some pitching. He started all 52 games for Point Park (28-24, 20-8 KIAC) and batted .392 with eight home runs and 43 RBIs, all of which led the team.
On top of his eight home runs, Horew totaled 17 doubles and two triples as 27 of his 67 total hits went for extra bases. That resulted in KIAC-best slugging percentage of .655.
Horew also had a great season in the defensively with a .974 fielding percentage. That was after only four errors in 52 games at shortstop.