2011 Collegiate Baseball/Louisville Slugger All-Americans

June 2, 2011
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UCLA’s Bauer Tops The List…

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TUCSON, Ariz. — The Louisville Slugger NCAA Division I All-American baseball teams and National Player of The Year were announced today by Collegiate Baseball newspaper. The 17-man first team, chosen by performances up to regional playoffs and picked by the staff of Collegiate Baseball newspaper, features 11 conference players or pitchers of the year, including:

• RHP Trevor Bauer, UCLA (Pitcher of Year Pacific-10 Conference).

• RHP Taylor Jungmann, Texas (Pitcher of Year Big 12 Conference).

• LHP Danny Hultzen, Virginia (Pitcher of Year Atlantic Coast Conference).

• RHP Matt Barnes, Connecticut (Pitcher of Year Big East Conference).

• RHP Greg Gonzalez, Fresno St. (Pitcher of Year Western Athletic Conference).

• C Jake Lowery, James Madison (Player of Year Colonial Athletic Association).

• 1B C.J. Cron, Utah (Player of Year Mountain West Conference).

• SS Brad Miller, Clemson (Player of Year Atlantic Coast Conference).

• OF Victor Roache, Georgia Southern (Player of Year Southern Conference).

• OF George Springer, Connecticut (Player of Year Big East Conference).

• DH William Carmona, Stony Brook (Player of Year America East Conference).

The first team features six starting pitchers who posted a combined 68-9 record with an ERA of 1.31.

RHP Trevor Bauer of UCLA, Collegiate Baseball’s National Player of The Year, had the most strikeouts in the nation this season with 189 and threw 9 complete games, including 8 in a row to end the regular season.

Bauer earned Louisville Slugger’s National Player of The Week a record seven times this season. He has logged at least 10 strikeouts in 13 of his 15 starts.

The first team offense features remarkable power, line drive hitters and batters who hit for high averages. OF Jason Krizan of Dallas Baptist set an NCAA record with 37 doubles as he hit .431 on the season. OF Victor Roache of Georgia Southern belted 30 homers to lead all first teamers.

This marks the 15th year that Louisville Slugger has sponsored the Division I All-Americans. The following are the first, second and third team Louisville Slugger All-Americans for 2011.

The following are the first, second and third team Louisville Slugger All-Americans for 2011.

First Team

 

Pitchers

 

Pos Player School W L ERA G GS CG SV IP H BB SO
RHP•• Trevor Bauer UCLA 12 2 1.27 15 15 9 0 127.6 67 34 189
RHP Taylor Jungmann Texas 13 0 0.95 15 15 5 0 122.6 67 27 116
LHP Danny Hultzen Virginia 10 3 1.59 14 14 0 0 96.3 66 16 136
RHP Matt Barnes Connecticut 11 3 1.12 15 15 3 0 112.3 62 28 105
RHP Greg Gonzalez Fresno St. 11 0 1.43 15 15 2 0 100.6 64 21 121
LHP Sean Gilmartin Florida St. 11 1 1.52 16 15 1 0 106.3 74 18 116
Relief Corey Knebel Texas 2 2 1.32 31 0 0 16 47.6 23 12 56

 

Position Players

 

Pos Player School AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
C Jake Lowery James Madison .357 235 76 84 21 8 22 83 36 44 9
1B C.J. Cron Utah .434 198 51 86 26 1 15 59 31 21 1
2B Ross Heffley Western Carolina .419 229 52 96 18 2 11 65 30 22 3
38 Tyler Hannah Troy .369 222 60 82 27 1 7 49 38 26 6
SS Brad Miller Clemson .419 179 51 75 11 3 5 46 38 31 21
OF Victor Roache Georgia Southern .327 223 58 73 9 2 30 83 36 40 2
OF George Springer Connecticut .361 219 53 79 22 2 12 74 30 35 31
OF Jason Krizan Dallas Baptist .431 225 63 97 37 1 10 76 39 20 13
DH William Carmona Stony Brook .357 224 48 80 27 3 6 40 11 47 4
UT Bo Reeder East Tenn. St. Hitting: (.316, 16 2B, 15 HR, 59 RBI) Pitching: (18 SV, 1.95 ERA, 12 BB, 32 K)

 

Second Team

Pitchers

 

Pos Player School W L ERA G GS CG SV IP H BB SO
RHP Noe Ramirez Cal. St. Fullerton 8 3 1.74 13 12 0 0 82.6 52 18 91
RHP Carson Smith Texas St. 9 3 1.98 15 14 2 0 104.3 81 46 124
LHP Tyler Anderson Oregon 8 3 2.17 15 15 1 0 107.6 73 35 114
LHP Grayson Garvin Vanderbilt 12 1 2.35 15 15 0 0 95.6 80 20 82
RHP Nick Tropeano Stony Brook 12 1 1.84 14 14 4 0 93.0 63 24 119
RHP Michael Rocha Oklahoma 10 3 1.79 15 15 5 0 105.6 84 16 79
RHP Matt Summers U.C. Irvine 10 2 1.74 15 15 2 0 103.6 64 30 90
RHP Sam Gaviglio Oregon St. 11 2 1.95 15 15 3 0 106.3 77 25 102
RHP Mark Pope Georgia Tech. 11 4 1.77 15 15 5 0 112.0 90 23 88
RHP Tyler Ray Troy 11 0 2.39 15 15 3 0 109.0 95 15 64
Relief Michael Schum Wright St. 9 2 1.42 28 0 0 9 50.6 41 6 39

 

Position Players

 

Pos Player School AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
C Chris O’Brien Wichita St. .410 244 56 100 25 1 10 70 40 18 1
C Mike Zunino Florida .367 221 63 81 19 0 15 59 27 44 7
1B Brad Zebedis Presbyterian .425 212 47 90 23 0 13 57 16 22 1
1B Adam Brett Walker Jacksonville .416 231 65 96 22 2 13 72 34 62 14
2B Tommy La Stella Coastal Carolina .391 220 54 86 14 4 11 63 29 18 7
3B Cody Asche Nebraska .327 208 46 68 27 1 12 56 34 41 2
SS David Herbek James Madison .374 211 55 79 18 3 15 74 23 28 13
OF Mikie Mahtook Louisiana St. .383 196 61 75 12 5 14 56 41 32 29
OF Tyler Maquin Texas A&M .379 235 58 89 17 6 2 42 26 30 6
OF Daniel Aldrich Coll. of Charleston .347 222 43 77 17 2 22 73 18 59 1
DH Anthony Rendon Rice .327 202 57 66 20 2 6 35 78 32 12
UT Cody Fick Evansville Hitting: (.406, 21 2B, 9 HR, 71 RBI, 6 SB)  Pitching: (7-4, 2.36 ERA, 5 CG, 59 K)

 

Third Team

Pitchers

 

Pos Player School W L ERA G GS CG SV IP H BB SO
RHP Kyle Winkler Texas Christian 8 2 1.40 13 12 2 0 90.0 65 13 98
RHP Tanner Peters UNLV 9 4 1.50 15 15 8 0 120.3 92 24 105
RHP Kurt Schluter Stetson 8 0 1.40 10 10 0 0 57.6 48 18 55
RHP Ross Stripling Texas A&M 12 2 2.41 20 13 3 3 100.6 73 14 94
LHP Michael Roth South Carolina 11 3 1.17 16 15 1 0 107.6 87 27 89
LHP Charlie Lowell Wichita St. 10 5 2.75 17 17 2 0 103.3 84 40 124
RHP Jonas Dufek Creighton 11 1 2.17 17 15 1 0 103.6 73 28 118
LHP Kyle Hallock Kent St. 10 4 1.91 15 15 0 0 99.0 95 23 83
LHP Matt Rein Coastal Carolina 9 2 1.78 17 9 1 1 70.6 51 14 42
RHP Andrew Smith Charlotte 9 4 1.85 15 15 1 0 102.0 78 25 88
LHP Marco Gonzales Gonzaga 11 2 2.57 15 15 4 0 105.0 83 21 90
RHP Todd McInnis Southern Miss. 8 2 2.61 14 14 1 0 89.6 87 30 81
RHP Kurt Heyer Arizona 8 3 2.32 18 18 2 0 124.0 110 24 127
Relief Braden Kline Virginia 3 0 1.85 27 0 0 17 34.0 23 17 46
Relief Kyle McMillen Kent St. 0 2 2.03 25 0 0 17 26.6 16 11 28
Relief Lenny Linsky Hawaii 1 1 1.30 27 0 0 14 34.6 25 9 34
Relief James Allen Kansas St. 3 1 1.35 29 0 0 17 40.0 25 11 45

 

Position Players

 

Pos Player School AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
C Nick Rickles Stetson .353 232 45 82 20 3 12 60 23 8 0
C John Hicks Virginia .338 237 46 80 19 1 6 50 15 18 5
1B Zach Johnson Oklahoma St. .358 218 51 78 21 1 13 62 25 21 0
1B Jake Hibberd Wright St. .412 228 42 94 20 0 9 56 14 24 5
1B Frazier Hall Southern .423 163 47 69 15 3 9 58 31 17 7
1B Jeff Holm Michigan St. .376 226 51 85 15 3 9 61 27 24 20
2B Dan Paolini Siena .346 211 48 73 10 0 19 67 32 36 13
2B Kolten Wong Hawaii .378 209 48 79 11 3 7 53 42 20 23
2B Ryan Terry Monmouth .382 220 53 84 19 2 7 43 21 36 13
3B Matt Leeds Coll. of Charleston .345 232 66 80 18 2 18 80 39 61 8
3B Colin Moran North Carolina .343 216 43 74 19 2 9 68 44 29 2
3B Trenton Moses S.E. Missouri St. .395 177 44 70 14 1 11 53 28 22 4
3B Kris Bryant San Diego .365 197 57 72 17 1 9 36 33 55 18
SS Joe Panik St. John’s .402 214 59 86 19 3 9 56 42 22 21
SS Adam Bryant Troy .339 257 59 87 25 2 11 66 25 25 8
SS Bo Cuthbertson Southern Utah .432 192 51 83 20 7 5 47 27 33 15
SS Chad Zurcher Memphis .443 203 47 90 19 2 0 34 33 14 12
OF Dusty Robinson Fresno St. .318 201 44 64 20 3 16 54 16 50 10
OF Matt Holland Texas A&M-C.C. .391 238 44 93 20 3 10 53 15 40 7
OF Bryson Myles Stephen F. Austin .411 241 69 99 11 3 8 36 23 36 53
OF Trevor Adams Creighton .392 222 44 87 14 4 14 57 26 40 14
UT Nick Ramirez Cal. St. Fullerton Hitting: (.285, 15 2B, 9 HR, 45 RBI)  Pitching: (16 SV, 1.12 ERA, 8 BB, 31 K)

 

•• National Player Of The Year

 

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