Bulldogs will play the FAU/Rice loser tomorrow at 4 p.m.
Tech saw eight total awards in Tuesday's release from the league.
This is the first weekly award for the RS-Junior.
Harris, Gladu and Diaz headline first team
University's student-athletes continue to shine on and off the field
2016: Named second team all-Louisiana … Named to the Conference USA all-Tournament team … Named to the Conference USA Commissioners Honor Roll … Played in 56 games, making 45 starts … Registered team-highs with a .339 batting average and .429 on-base percentage … Totaled 12 doubles, two triples and two home runs, as well as 29 RBI and 81 total bases … Drew 23 walks, with a team-low 17 strikeouts in 174 at-bats … Had a season-high five hits in a conference tournament win over Charlotte … In the first two days of the conference tournament combined to go 9-of-11 at the plate with four RBI … For the Conference USA Tournament as a whole, went 14-for-23 at the plate … Had multiple hits in three consecutive games on two different occasions during the season … Had doubles in three straight games during the first month of the season … Had 14 multi-hit games … Had three games where he registered four or more hits.
2014-15 (Galveston College): Joined the Bulldogs after spending two years as a third baseman for the Galveston College Whitecaps … Hit .351 as a sophomore for the Whitecaps while totaling 33 RBI’s, 18 doubles, three home runs and 14 stolen bases … Helped lead Galveston to a 30-win season in 2015 one year after posting a .348 average as a freshman.
High School: Prepped at Académie Les Estacades where he played baseball and hockey … Named Best Athlete in Quebec.
Personal: Son of Julie Doucet … Born on June 23, 1995 in Quebec, Canada.
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