Keith Morang, 1987- One of a long line of outstanding outfielders to don the Husky pinstripes, Morang earned third team ABCA Division III All-American honors in 1987 after hitting .353 with 10 doubles, 11 home runs and 52 RBI. The previous season (1986), he hit a career-high .358 with 49 runs scored, nine doubles, 11 home runs and 39 RBI. During his four-year career, he played in 126 games, batted .333 while scoring 140 runs (a school record when he graduated), stealing 43 bases and hitting 23 home runs (tied for sixth all-time). Morang helped the Huskies to the 1985 NAIA World Series, a berth in the 1986 ECAC tournament and the school’s first of 15 consecutive NCAA tournament berths in 1987. During his four seasons, the Huskies had a combined record 88-49.