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Friday, June 26, 2009

Aflac Players in NCAA Championship Game

Perfect Game Staff        

 LSU defeated Texas 2 games to 1 to win the NCAA Division I National Championship.

 
A total of 11 former Aflac All Americans played in this year’s World Series.  Six of those players played key roles for the top two teams, Texas and LSU.

 
The CWS All-Tournament team was announced along with the tournament MVP.

Former Aflac All Americans in bold.

Catcher: Cameron Rupp, Texas
First Base: Dustin Ackley, North Carolina
Second Base: D.J. LeMahieu, LSU
Third Base: Kyle Seager, North Carolina
Shortstop: Tyler Cannon, Virginia
Outfield: Kole Calhoun, Arizona State
Outfield: Jared Mitchell, LSU
Outfield: Ryan Schimpf, LSU
DH: Russell Moldenhauer, Texas
Pitcher: Anthony Ranaudo, LSU
Pitcher: Taylor Jungmann, Texas

Most Outstanding Player:
Jared Mitchell, LSU

Former Aflac players Kevin Keyes and Preston Clark also played critical roles in getting Texas to the championship game.

 

Jared Mitchell
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