Dustin Dubensky

Dustin Dubensky was instrumental in the three AMCC Championships and three NCAA Tournament appearances for the Behrend baseball team from 2007-10. The three-time All-AMCC selection earned All-Region, Scholar All-American honors and the Leadership/Scholarship Award in his senior year. In his final season, Dubensky set the record for most RBIs in a season with 68 and registered 64 hits. He smacked 55 doubles over his four-year career, ranking him second all-time in program history. He also ranks fifth in career RBIs, with 155, and is 10th in career hits, with 185.

Dubensky played well as a freshman, registering 42 at-bats and collecting 13 hits for a .310 batting average. In the following year, as the Lions began their streak of championships, his career really began to take off, however.

In 2008, Dubensky erupted for 54 hits, 23 of them doubles. Those 23 doubles would be the second-most by a Lion in a single season. He added 46 RBIs and 36 runs, cementing himself in the middle of the Behrend lineup. The Lions tallied a 17-1 regular-season conference record and defeated Pitt-Bradford 9-8 in Game 7 in the AMCC Championships for the title. Dubensky’s efforts over the season resulted in a First Team All-AMCC selection and the Team’s Most Improved Player award.

Dubensky turned in another solid year as a junior. He followed up his breakout season by hitting .346 with 72 total bases, and playing a big role in the Lions’ second AMCC Championship in as many years. Behrend finished with an impressive 31-3 record and a 16-2 mark in conference play. Dubensky earned AMCC Second Team honors and was named to the Academic All-AMCC team.

Dubensky saved the best for last during his senior season in 2010, shattering his personal marks in almost every statistical category. He finished his final campaign with a .386 average and a .473 on-base percentage. He also drove in 68 runners, improving on his previous high of 46 in 2008. He repeated on the AMCC Second Team and earned his first ABCA/Rawlings All-Region honors. His statistics matched the high standards of his academics. Dubensky was also selected as an Academic All-American and chosen for the program’s Leadership/Scholarship award.

He remains atop the leaderboard in the record books, ranking fifth in career RBIs (155), eight in hits in a season (64) and fourth in doubles in a season (23).