Former GW Baseball Player Brad Rosenblat Named Top Rookie
A-10 Player of the Year Posts Big Numbers in First Pro Season
Sept. 12, 2005
DURHAM, NC - Former George Washington University right fielder Brad Rosenblat (New Orleans, LA/Newman/Tulane) was selected as the Canadian-American League Rookie Player of the Year, the independent baseball league announced.
In his first professional season with the Brockton Rox, Rosenblat hit .312 with 12 home runs and 36 RBI in 62 games. He also led the league with a .438 on-base percentage and was third with a .571 slugging percentage while helping his team to the second-half championship.
As a senior at GW Rosenblat was named the 2005 Atlantic 10 Player of the Year, the first-ever Colonial to do so. He was also named first team all-conference and academic all-conference.
Rosenblat led or tied for first in the A-10 in eight offensive categories including hits (74), runs scored (64), runs batted in (56), home runs (17), total bases (147) and steals (20). The senior is also tied for first in the league in hits (74) and doubles (18) and is second with a .721 slugging percentage.
The Can-Am League is made up of eight teams located throughout the Northeast region of North America.