As a Junior in 2002: An All-Ivy Honorable Mention Selection in 2002...Started in 4 games on 11 appearances as pitcher...Compiled a 4-5 record with 33 strikeouts on 39.2 innings...Recorded 3 saves, the most on the 2002 squad...Saw time in the infield, playing in 11 games and gaining 2 starts...Hitting .214 on 14 at bats.
As a Sophomore in 2001: Played in all 46 games as an infielder, hitting .303 with 44 hits and 18 RBIs...Became a closer in the last two weeks of the season and posted a 1.59 ERA in 5.2 innings of work...Recorded one victory and had four strikeouts.
As a Freshman in 2000: Established himself as one of the Bears' top defensive infielders, and can play any infield position... Picked up 11 hits on the season, including a pair of doubles... Was third on the team in assists with 45... Went 2-5 with a pair of doubles and 2 RBI's against Virginia Military on 3/28/00.
High School: A graduate of Saint Albans School, Dan played baseball and basketball for four years and soccer for three years...He was the 1998 Gatorade Player of the Year (DC) and earned U.S.A Today Honorable Mention All-American...Set a school record for hitting three home runs in one game...As a senior, Dan was named Honorable Mention All-Met, and All-Interstate Athletic Conference.
Personal: The son of Richard and Sue Gail Spring, Dan has one brother, Ben...Concentrating in public policy...