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The Little East







May 12, 2003


Glenn Dusablon and Eric Gibree Earn Little East Conference
Baseball Honors


Providence, RI—Rhode Island College junior first baseman Eric Gibree (Bristol, RI) and sophomore outfielder Glenn Dusablon (North Smithfield, RI) were named First Team All-Little East Conference for their performance in baseball this season.


Gibree played in 40 games, starting all of them. He batted .358 with 43 runs, 58 hits, ten doubles, three triples, ten home runs, 51 RBI, and one stolen base. Gibree set new single-season records in hits, RBI and total bases in 2003. He is 14 hits shy of the RIC all-time career mark, which he should break next season.


Gibree is a communications major and a 1999 graduate of La Salle Academy.


Dusablon played in 38 games, starting all of them. He batted .348 with 54 runs, 56 hits, three doubles, four triples, five home runs, 30 RBI and 14 stolen bases. He established a new RIC record in runs scored for a single season. As a pitcher, he appeared in seven games, starting six of them. He was 2-2 with a 6.81 ERA, two complete games and 26 strikeouts in 39.2 innings.


Dusablon is a 2001 graduate of North Smithfield High School.


Head Coach Jay Grenier’s team finished the season with a 20-19-1 overall record and were 5-9 in the Little East Conference. RIC saw its season end in an 8-0 loss to Western Connecticut on May 8 in the second round of the LEC Tournament, after falling in the opening round to top-seeded Eastern Connecticut, 6-2, on May 7. The squad’s 20 wins doubled the team’s total from last year.




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