Three Devils named All-Region – Dickinson College

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Three individuals from the Dickinson baseball team earned All-Region status as announced by the American Baseball Coaches Association as juniors Ryan Thompson earned first-team recognition while classmates Col Peichel And Kaden Sigmon were included for the third team.

First team
A native of East Islip, New York, Thompson appeared and started in 39 games for the Red and White, finishing the year with a team-leading average of .365. The junior also had 46 hits, 41 runs scored, 37 RBIs and walks, and was also hit by a pitch twelve times. The Devils backstop finished the year with a .979 fielding percentage, aided by 298 putouts and 30 helpers, in addition to throwing out 14 base stealers that would be good for third in the league. From March 22 against TCNJ to April 16 against Gettysburg, he embarked on a 13-game hitting streak during which he collected four doubles, one triple and one homer, along with 17 RBIs and 15 runs scored.

Third team
Peichel, a native of Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, was outstanding on the mound for the Red and White during the 2024 season, making 12 starts in his 12 appearances. That year, he threw a team-high 65 innings, giving up 70 hits and only 42 runs (32 earned), while striking out 76 men. His best performance of the season came on March 14 when he pitched innings of two-hit shutout baseball against UW-Superior, along with nine strikeouts.

A native of Fuquay Varina, North Carolina, Sigmon appeared and started in 39 games for the Devils, posting a .361 batting average thanks to 53 hits (15 extra base), including 12 doubles for the team, while drawing 19 walks and went. a perfect 6-for-6 on stolen bases. In the field, he posted a .979 fielding percentage with 45 putouts and two assists. One of his most memorable games of the season came in the opener at Lancaster Bible, where he went 3-for-5 with four runs scored, along with a pair of home runs and eight runs batted in. Later in the season, during a three-game series against Franklin & Marshall and Swarthmore, he went 5-for-12 with a double in each game and collected four RBIs.

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