April 28, 2014
Danny Rosenbaum had a 1.333 slugging percentage en route to winning American Conference Player of the Week honors.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Louisville sophomore Danny Rosenbaum was selected as the American Conference Player of the Week on Monday following his best week of the season at the plate.
A native of Lafayette Hill, Pa., Rosenbaum hit .778 with a home run, two doubles, five RBI, four runs scored and a 1.333 slugging percentage in four starts as the Cardinals' designated hitter. His best game came in Sunday's 8-2 victory over UConn to complete a series sweep when he belted his second home run of the season and drove in three runs overall in a 2-for-2 day at the plate. For the season, Rosenbaum is hitting .326 with two home runs and 21 RBI in 25 starts and 35 total appearances.
This marks the fourth time this season a Louisville players has earned the weekly honor from the conference as junior Zach Lucas was selected on March 17 and Feb. 24, while senior Jeff Gardner was chosen on Feb. 17.
Up next, Louisville will conclude its six-game homestand at Jim Patterson Stadium with a midweek visit from Ohio State on Wednesday at 6 p.m., ET and admission is free.