Brockhaus, a freshman from Birmingham, Mich. (Brother Rice HS), finished his first season of collegiate baseball with a 3-2 record in six starts. During nine total appearances, Brockhaus maintained a 2.59 earned run average, which was good for third in the MIAA. Brockhaus collected 48 strikeouts in 41.2 innings pitched this season. His 10.37 strikeouts per nine innings pitched was second best in the conference.
In his seven MIAA outings, Brockhaus allowed just seven runs in 33.2 innings on the mound. He sported a 1.87 ERA during those games while collecting 40 of his 48 strikeouts.
During his final start of the season against Alma, the lefty allowed just one earned run in seven innings and struck out a career-high 10 batters.
Brockhaus also collected a save late in the season in Kalamazoo's 8-6 win over Calvin just two days after allowing one run against the Knights in six innings pitched.
This marks the eighth straight season that the Hornets have had at least one member selected to an All-MIAA team.
The Hornets finished the season at 15-22 overall and were 13-15 in MIAA games.