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Dane Camphausen




245 lbs








McLean, Va.




  • Played in four games for the Tom Sox, hitting .133
  • Hit in each of his first two games



  • Third-team All-NCAC honoree
  • Hit .378 (34-for-90) with 29 RBI, 29 runs scored, 10 homers, and eight doubles in 25 games
  • Was having an All-America-caliber season before suffering a season-ending hand injury on April 15
  • NCBWA Div. III Honorable Mention Hitter of the Week for games played April 3-9
  • Slashed .579/.667/1.368 during five-game stretch leading up to NCBWA honor and also made D3baseball.com Team of the Week for the second time in 2023
  • Went 11-for-19 with 11 RBI, 10 runs scored, five walks, four home runs, and three doubles during five-game stretch spanning April 3-9
  • Became the 15th Wooster great to reach 30 career home runs, hitting milestone against Wittenberg (April 8)
  • Hit three home runs as part of 5-for-8 doubleheader with Kenyon (April 4), which included seven runs scored, seven RBI, and a double
  • Was on a 10-game hitting streak prior to April 15
  • Logged a strong start to season with 4-for-6 nightcap against Grove City (Feb. 25) and homered in back-to-back games to start spring trip leading up to first D3baseball.com Team of the Week selection of year


  • Played in 51 games, 48 of which were starts
  • Finished the year with a .298 average (57-for-191) with 57 RBI, 40 runs, 12 home runs, and eight doubles
  • Ranked second on the team in RBI and home runs, second in the NCAC in RBI, and third in the conference in round-trippers
  • Tied Wooster’s single-game NCAA Tournament RBI record with six in winner-take-all game of Alton Regional against Bethel (May 23)
  • Went 3-for-4 with two runs, a game-tying two-run single, and a grand slam against Bethel
  • Blasted a mammoth three-run homer against national runner-up Salisbury (May 29) in winner-take-all game of Salisbury Super Regional
  • Tattooed a go-ahead double off the wall in left field against Denison (May 15) in first game of championship round of NCAC Tournament
  • Feasted on Mount Union’s (April 26) pitching, finishing 3-for-5 with five RBI, two runs scored, two doubles, and a homer against Mount Union (April 26)
  • Ripped Denison (April 30) later that week for three hits, three RBI, and a homer in second game of doubleheader
  • Had two six-RBI games on the year with other coming against Babson (March 16) on spring trip
  • Hit a pair of home runs in that victory


  • One of a NCAC-leading eight Scots named to the All-NCAC squad
  • Ranked third on the team with a .355 average (42-for-121), logged 39 RBI, scored 29 runs, clubbed 11 doubles and eight homers, and sported a .459 on-base percentage
  • Ranked in the top-10 in the NCAC in RBI, hits, doubles, homers, and on-base percentage
  • D3baseball.com Team of the Week (May 11) and was the NCAC Hitter of the Week (May 10) following Wittenberg (May 6-7) series
  • Slashed .750/.800/1.500 vs. Wittenberg, hitting safely in all three contests
  • Capped that stretch with a 3-for-4 showing with four runs, three RBI, and a three-run homer during 11-6 win at Wittenberg
  • Heated up down the stretch, hitting safely in 12 of Wooster’s last 13 games, logging 14 RBI and three homers during that stretch
  • Had a multi-homer game at Case Western Reserve (May 15)


  • Career was off to a promising start, evidenced by a 6-for-15 (.400) showing at the dish
  • Appeared in six games, three of which were starts
  • Scored five runs and logged five RBI
  • First collegiate hit was a dinger against Haverford (March 9)
  • Scored three runs, drew a pair of free passes, and scored a run in Wooster’s win over Mideast Region rival Marietta (March 14)


  • Earned all-league honors as a senior while prepping for Christopher Powers at The Landon School
  • Also lettered in basketball and football


  • Born June 14, 2000
  • Parents are Kevin Camphausen and Kara Beckner
  • Computer science major

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Tom Sox Earn First Home Win with 7-3 Victory over Braves

The Charlottesville Tom Sox took on the Staunton Braves for the first of four meetings Tuesday, bringing home a 7-3 win to secure their first home victory of the season.

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