NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Atlantic Sun Conference announced its All-Decade Baseball team on Thursday, with Belmont alum Dylan Craig being named to the list.
Craig (2009-12) helped Belmont claim its first conference championship in the NCAA Division I era, leading the Bruins to its first NCAA Baseball Tournament in the process. Craig was instrumental in the 2011 NCAA Tournament, helping Belmont win its first NCAA Tournament game in any sport when the Bruins defeated Oklahoma State and Troy to advance to the Regional Final.
In his senior season, Craig played a key role in the Bruins repeating as Atlantic Sun champions and returning to the NCAA Tournament in 2012.
As a freshman in 2009, Craig set the program record for most hits (92) and most triples (9) in a single season. His .397 batting average in 2009 remains the highest batting average in a single season in Belmont history in the NCAA Division I era.
Craig currently holds the all-time career program record in hits (327), triples (23), and at-bats (950) and his .362 career batting average is the highest in the NCAA Division I era. In addition to his career accolades, Craig holds the second-longest hitting streak in program history with a 26-game mark in 2009.
Collecting the Atlantic Sun's Freshman of the Year award in 2009 and three All-Atlantic Sun honors over his career, Craig was also named to the Atlantic Sun All-Tournament Team, the Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-American Team and the All-Ping! Baseball Freshman Team in 2009.
Craig works for WrightCore as an account executive in Nashville, working with companies across all business verticals to help procure, implement, and consult on all aspects of IT. He married his wife, Anna Kate, a Belmont alum, in 2015.