Gustavus Adolphus senior outfielder Andrew Woitas (Sleepy Eye, Minn.) has been named to the 2010 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) All-Conference Team. Woitas finished the conference season with a batting average of .412 (28-68), ranking him 13th in the MIAC. He registered 11 runs and 14 RBI, and held a fielding percentage of .977 with 34 put-outs, nine assists and just one error.
Andrew started in all 38 of Gustavus’ games this season, finishing his senior year with an overall batting average of .406 (52-128), and a slugging percentage of .508. He had a total of 25 runs and 26 RBI on the season. Andrew led the team in hits (52) and total bases (65) this season.
Woitas played in a total of 141 games in his four-year career at Gustavus, starting in 129 of them. He completes his tenure at Gustavus with a career batting average of .312 (128-410), totaling 75 runs and 68 RBI. He finishes with a slugging percentage of .376, with 15 doubles, four triples, and one home run. Andrew made just six errors in his four-year career, finishing with a career fielding percentage of .976 (223 put-outs, 23 assists).
The 2010 All-MIAC Team is composed of 27 players. Tyler Jones of St. Olaf was named the Max Molock Most Valuable Player, Matt Schuld of St. Thomas was named the Mike Augustin Pitcher of the Year, and Matt Eickman of Hamline was named the Rookie of the Year. Concordia head coach Bucky Burgau was named the Jim Dimick Coach of the Year.