WASHINGTON — The Catholic University of America standout Danny O'Hagan was tabbed as the Landmark Conference Baseball Senior Scholar Athlete as announced by the league office on Monday afternoon.
O'Hagan, a 3.79 mathematics major, is a career .326 hitter who was instrumental in guiding Catholic to a Landmark Conference Championship and the NCAA Regionals this year as the team's starting backstop.
Recently named to the Google Cloud Academic All-District Team, presented by CoSIDA, he was also recognized as a member of the Landmark Conference Academic Honor Roll for the third-consecutive season.
An All-Landmark player he has thrown out 41-of-79 base stealers while also getting it done in the batter's box. O'Hagan has posted at least 30 hits, 14 runs, a homer, 10 RBI and a .328 average in each of the past three seasons. This year he has posted career highs with a 27 runs, 40 hits, 16 walks, 19 RBI, three stolen bases and a .443 on-base percentage.
He is a member of the Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society and a Dean's List student. He currently works at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab as a technical intern.
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