BRUNSWICK — Bowdoin senior Henry Van Zant has been recognized in a pair of All-New England honors announced this week.

The right-handed starting pitcher was named Second Team All-New England by both the New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association and

Van Zant closed out a fantastic career for the Polar Bears by recording one of the finest seasons in program history this spring. He tied the program’s single-season record for wins by going 7-1, including a 5-0 mark against New England Small College Athletic Conference opponents, with a 1.95 earned run average. His 17 career wins are tied for third in school history while his 168 strikeouts rank fifth alltime at Bowdoin.

Earlier this spring, Van Zant was honored as First Team All-NESCAC and was recognized by Bowdoin as the Most Outstanding Male Athlete at its annual Athletic Department awards ceremony on May 7.

Polar Bears’ second baseman Aaron Rosen was also honored as a Second Team All-New England selection.

A senior, Rosen will join Van Zant at the NEIBA Senior All-Star game on May 31 at LeLacheur Park in Lowell, Mass.

Rosen paced Bowdoin with a .350 batting average and slugged a team-best .564 with six home runs and 22 runs batted in. He finishes his career with 150 hits, ranking ninth in school history, and 35 stolen bases, standing 10th all-time at Bowdoin. Earlier this spring, Rosen was recognized as a Second Team All-NESCAC selection.