NORTHFIELD, Minn. — Carleton’s Ethan Guevin (Sr./Davis, Calif.) was the lone pitcher selected to receive the ABCA/Rawlings® NCAA Division III Gold Glove Award as announced today by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA). Guevin was recognized as the nation's best defensive player at his position.
Guevin owned a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage during his time on the mound. He also recorded nine pickoffs, a figure that easily paced the MIAC. He nabbed a pair of baserunners during the his complete game victory at Concordia on the final day of the regular season, helping the Knights claim their first conference tourney berth.
The nine-player Division III Gold Glove team includes one pitcher, one catcher, one player at each of the four infield positions, and three outfielders.
When he wasn't pitching Guevin saw time at second base, shortstop, first base and even catcher.