November 11, 2003

Bobby Deeb Named SW Bat Company Tournament Offensive MVP

Nov. 11, 2003

Senior second baseman Bobby Deeb (West St. Paul, MN) was named the SW Bat Company Tournament Offensive MVP. Deeb started all three games in the tournament, playing for the Outer Banks Daredevils of the Coastal Plain League, which captured the championship.

Deeb went 6-12 with four runs batted in, three runs scored, one double and one homerun. He also had a slugging percentage of .833 and an on base percentage of .533.

For the season, Deeb played in 43 games, starting 42 with a .322 average on 46 hits. He recorded 17 RBI, nine doubles and 32 runs scored.

During the 2003 season at Brown, Deeb started in every game for the Bears. He was an All-Ivy Second Team selection, hitting .390 in the conference. He had 32 hits including seven doubles and three homeruns. Deeb drove in 11 runs in Ivy action and had a .941 fielding percentage.

Overall, Deeb finished the season batting .360,, leading the team in both stolen bases and runs scored. On the year Deeb stole 22 of his attempting 26 bases and scored 44 runs. He also led the team in triples with three, he was second in hits with 64 and third in doubles, with 12. On the year Deeb drilled four homers and drove in 19 runs.