WORCESTER, Mass. – Holy Cross senior first baseman Jordan Enos (Stockton, Calif.) has received the 2013 Albert D. "Hop" Riopel Award, as chosen by the Holy Cross Varsity Club. The Riopel Award is presented each season to the Most Valuable Player of the Crusader baseball team.
Also named the 2013 Patriot League Player of the Year, Enos ranked third on the team with a .332 batting average. He led the Crusaders with 18 doubles and 37 RBIs. The senior also had 61 hits, 33 runs scored and a pair of home runs. Enos was named the Patriot League Scholar Athlete of the Year as well as being named Academic All-Patriot League and first team All-Patriot League. He was a candidate for the Senior CLASS Award and was also voted to the CoSIDA Division I Academic All-District team.
Enos finished his four-year career at Holy Cross with a .321 batting average. He had 116 hits, 62 runs scored, 32 doubles, five home runs and 64 RBIs. Enos' career doubles mark ranks ninth all-time in Holy Cross history, while his 18 two-baggers this season puts him third on the single-season list. This year, Enos set career highs in games played (50), at bats (184), hits, doubles, RBIs, total bases and stolen bases (4).