BRUNSWICK — Four members of Bowdoin’s baseball team have received recognition from the New England Small College Athletic Conference.

Senior pitcher Oliver Van Zant earned First Team All- NESCAC recognition for the fourth-straight time in his career. In his Bowdoin career, Van Zant pitched in 37 games and collected a 2.65 earnedrun average.

During the 2013 season, he pitched the second nineinning no hitter in Bowdoin history as well as posting a microscopic 1.19 ERA. Pitching a total of 217 innings and facing 948 batters, Van Zant allowed only 166 hits in his Bowdoin career. Batters facing Van Zant averaged .181 this season with just seven earned runs in eight starts.

Juniors John Lefeber and Christian Martin were joined by sophomore Aaron Rosen as Second Team selections for 2013. Martin has compiled a career 2.91 ERA with a 2.25 ERA for the 2013 season, going 6-0 — tied for the second best single-season record in school history

Playing shortstop for the Polar Bears, Rosen enjoyed a breakout campaign by hitting a team-best .346 this season. He posted a .462 on-base percentage, took a team-high 16 walks and had 12 stolen bases on the year.

Lefeber was another major offensive producer for the Polar Bears, batting .309 with a team-high 42 hits, seven doubles and 16 RBIs. With a .311 career batting average over three seasons of play with Bowdoin, Lefeber has collected 109 hits and 19 doubles in his time as a Polar Bear.

Bowdoin finished its season with its fourth-consecutive NESCAC Tournament appearance, racking up a record of 23-15.