Ganns and Dunn earn 2nd-team All-GLSCL honors

CINCINNATI, Ohio – The Cincinnati Steam is proud to announce that two Steam players earned Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League post season awards. Trey Ganns (Northern Kentucky/Boone County) and Hunter Dunn (Eastern Kentucky/Cooper) each earned second-team All-GLSCL accolades.

Ganns, lead the team in most of the offensive categories, was voted as the second team All-GLSCL first baseman. Ganns hit for a .341 batting average (44-for-129) with two home runs and 23 RBIs. The Burlington, Kentucky native also made two appearances on the mound as a pitcher, throwing 10 innings with an 0-1 record and a 2.70 ERA. In the spring for Northern Kentucky University, Ganns earned a spot on the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Freshman team.

Dunn led the GLSCL with 56 strikeouts and like Ganns was an all-star selection this season for the Steam. Dunn was 2-2 for Cincinnati with 4.14 ERA in eight appearances. He started seven games and in his only relief appearance threw four shutout innings to earn the save. The Florence, Kentucky native walked just 13 batters in 45 and 2/3 innings of work.

Andy Young from the Hamilton Joes and Indiana State University was voted by the GLSCL head coaches as both the Gary Henschen Player of the Year and the Ron Miller Top Player Prospect. Brayden Bouchey of the Licking County Settlers and University of Louisiana-Monroe earned the Lou Laslo Pitcher of the Year and  Tony Lucadella Top Pitching Prospect awards. The Lima Locos’ Chad Ehrnsberger came away with the GLSCL Manager of the Year honor.

Click here for the fill list of 2015 GLSCL Post Season Awards list.

The Steam finished the season with a record of 16-22-1 and just missed the GLSCL playoffs for the first time in its existence. Cincinnati struggled during the season but were able win seven straight games in the final portion of the schedule and were just one behind the Grand Lake Mariners for the final playoff spot.

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The Cincinnati Steam is a member of the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League. The GLSCL is an 11-team league sanctioned by the NCAA and partially funded by Major League Baseball entering its 28th season and is based in Ohio, Michigan, and Kentucky.


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