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2014 Freshman All-Americans
Kendall Rogers        
Published: Monday, July 07, 2014

ALSO SEE: Logan Shore's Freshman of the Year feature

Many freshmen made instant impacts throughout the 2014 college baseball season, and no one made as much of an impact as Florida righthanded pitcher Logan Shore, who earned Perfect Game Freshman of the Year honors earlier this week.

While Shore leads the nation's freshmen, plenty throughout the selection process were deserving of accolades. In the end, though, tough decisions were made as we unveil the 2014 Perfect Game College Freshman All-America teams.

Vanderbilt, Loyola Marymount and Miami each put two players on the first team, with the Commodores led by outfielder Bryan Reynolds and reliever Hayden Stone, the Lions led by shortstop David Fletcher and outfielder Austin Miller, and the Hurricanes spearheaded by hard-hitting designated hitter Zack Collins and reliever Bryan Garcia.

Other teams including College of Charleston, Maryland, Texas and Ohio State placed two players on the two teams combined. Charleston pitcher Bailey Ober and first baseman Nick Pappas earned first and second team honors, respectively, while the same can be said for Terps second baseman Brandon Lowe and pitcher Mike Shawaryn. Texas placed elite catcher Tres Barrera and righthanded pitcher Morgan Cooper on the teams. Ohio State outfielder Ronnie Dawson and starting pitcher Tanner Tully each earned second team honors.

The future of college baseball is unveiled.

 

FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICANS

Pos.

Name

AVG

AB

SLG

OBP

H

R

HR

RBI

BB

SO

SB

C Aaron Barnett, Pepperdine
.359 223 .390 .384 80 23 0 27 10 12 1
1B Matt Hopfner, Northwestern .335 197 .376 .385 66 30 0 25 17 29 1
2B Brandon Lowe, Maryland .348 181 .464 .464 63 35 1 42 34 20 8
SS David Fletcher, Loyola Marymount .329 222 .374 .362 73 37 0 28 13 22 17
3B Andrew Knizner, N.C. State .330 209 .450 .373 69 34 4 47 4 21 0
OF Bryan Reynolds, Vanderbilt .338 281 .480 .395 95 53 4 54 23 49 14
OF Nick Banks, Texas A&M .327 199 .427 .386 65 29 2 26 17 33 7
OF Austin Miller, Loyola Marymount .374 206 .451 .474 77 46 0 18 19 29 25
DH Zack Collins, Miami (Fla.) .298 205 .556 .427 61 32 11 54 42 47 0
UT Keegan Thompson, Auburn .244 123 .285 .273 30 13 0 13 4 21 1


2.01 ERA 14 G 1 SV 73 SO 23 BB 89.2 IP .192 OBA



Pos.

Name

W L ERA G CG SV  IP HR BB SO AVG
SP Logan Shore, Florida 7 4 2.16 16 0 0 95.2 1 20 68 .241
SP Cal Quantrill, Stanford 7 5 2.68 18 2 0 110.2 2 34 98 .221
SP Bailey Ober, College of Charleston 10 3 1.52 17 2 0 106.2 4 19 85 .207
SP Tyler Alexander, TCU 10 3 2.36 20 2 0 99 5 11 59 .239
RP Bryan Garcia, Miami (Fla.) 7 4 1.75 31 0 15 51.1 1 19 56 .220
RP Hayden Stone, Vanderbilt 4 0 1.71 23 0 3 58 1 14 80 .197





SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICANS


Pos.

Name

AVG

AB

SLG

OBP

H

R

HR

RBI

BB

SO

SB

C Tres Barrera, Texas .261 241 .402 .337 63 32 5 35 21 41 0
1B Nick Pappas, College of Charleston .269 197 .406 .321 53 33 5 26 15 37 3
2B Jake Noll, Florida Gulf Coast .367 275 .440 .416 101 56 0 29 21 23 25
SS Garrett Hampson, Long Beach State
.308 240 .392 .346 74 44 1 19 14 39 9
3B Sheldon Neuse, Oklahoma .304 240 .521 .369 73 43 7 47 27 31 7
OF Heath Quinn, Samford .319 229 .533 .398 73 49 9 48 29 62 2
OF Ryan Boldt, Nebraska .311 238 .437 .382 74 47 2 31 25 35 7
OF Ronnie Dawson, Ohio State .337 205 .454 .396 69 28 4 25 16 35 10
DH Nick Senzel, Tennessee .315 181 .420 .419 57 37 1 39 30 25 14
UT Alex Robles, Austin Peay .349 209 .450 .405 73 35 1 39 17 40 3


3.63 ERA 14 G 0 SV 56 SO 20 BB .284




Pos.

Name

W L ERA G CG SV  IP HR BB SO AVG
SP Wil Crowe, South Carolina 8 3 2.75 15 1 0 91.2 2 19 59 .228
SP Jared Poche, LSU
9 3 2.45 16 1 0 91.2 5 26 56 .222
SP Mike Shawaryn, Maryland 11 4 3.12 16 0 0 92.1 5 24 72 .249
SP Tanner Tully, Ohio State 6 3 2.22 16 1 0 93.1 2 7 53 .253
RP Phil Bickford, Cal State Fullerton 6 3 2.13 20 0 0 76 3 13 74 .232
RP Morgan Cooper, Texas 4 2 2.89 29 0 3 56 3 9 41 .247





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