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BB: 2009 All American Teams
« on: May 08, 2009, 03:44:48 pm »
ESPN The Magazine
First-Team Academic All-District Honors


http://cosida.com/documents/2009/5/7/09baseball.pdf

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Re: 2009 all american teams
« Reply #1 on: May 09, 2009, 11:34:58 pm »
ESPN The Magazine
First-Team Academic All-District Honors


http://cosida.com/documents/2009/5/7/09baseball.pdf

Special congrats to the three Heidelberg team mates named to the District 4 team:
 
     1ST TEAM          Biagio Boytim,   3.50 GPA

     2ND TEAM          Steve Decker,  3.51 GPA

                              Jason Lash,      3.55 GPA
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2009 All american Teams
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2009, 01:01:00 am »
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Paul Sweeney, Publicist
Date: Thursday, May 14, 2009
Phone: 617/627-3586
2009 NEIBA ALL-NEW ENGLAND DIVISION 3 BASEBALL TEAMS ANNOUNCED
MEDFORD – The Eastern Connecticut State University and University of Southern Maine baseball teams, ranked
#1 and #2 in the final New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association (NEIBA) Division 3 polls, both have seven players
on the 2009 NEIBA All-New England Teams announced today.
For the second time in his career, Eastern’s Shawn Gilblair was selected as the NEIBA Div. 3 Player of the Year.
Entering the NCAA Regional, Gilblair was hitting .401 with eight home runs and 59 RBI in 38 games, while on the mound
he was 7-1 with a 2.73 earned run average and 85 strikeouts in 56 innings. He was also Player of the Year in 2007. Trinity
senior Jeremiah Bayer is the 2009 NEIBA Div. 3 Pitcher of the Year. Trinity’s second straight Pitcher of the Year, joining
Tim Kiely from last season, Bayer entered the Regional with a 10-0 mark, 0.49 earned run average and 78 strikeouts in 73.2
innings. Southern Maine’s Ed Flaherty was chosen as Coach of the Year after leading the Huskies to a 35-7 record and
another NCAA Tournament appearance.
Trinity College led the Region with three First Team selections.
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Shawn Gilblair, Eastern Connecticut
PITCHER OF THE YEAR
Jeremiah Bayer, Trinity
COACH OF THE YEAR
Ed Flaherty, Southern Maine

First Team
C – Sean Killeen, Sr., Trinity
1B – Kent Graham, Jr., Trinity
2B – Andrew Fatse, So., WNEC
3B – Melvin Castillo, Jr., Eastern Connecticut
SS – Chris Burleson, Sr., Southern Maine
OF – Tom White, Sr., Colby-Sawyer
OF – Bobby Doyon, So., Keene State
OF – Anthony D’Alfonso, Sr., Southern Maine
OF – Matt Hart, Sr., Worcester State
DH – Pat Moran, Jr., St. Joseph’s (ME)
UT – Shawn Gilblair, Sr., Eastern Connecticut
P – Jeremiah Bayer, Sr., Trinity
P – Conor Fahey, Sr., WPI
P – Ken Cook, Jr., Castleton State
P – Tim Doyle, Sr., Suffolk

Second Team
C – Nick Arthers, Sr., Husson
1B – Tom Phillips, Sr., MIT
2B – Ryan Walsh, So., UMass Boston
3B – Tony Trubia, So., WNEC
SS – Nick Pecora, Sr., Wheaton
Continued in next column …
Second Team, continued
OF – Justin Collett, Sr., Salve Regina
OF – Ryan Pike, Sr., Southern Maine
OF - James Geosits, Sr., Curry
OF – Jim Schult, So., Eastern Connecticut
DH – Sean Munley, So., Wheaton
UT – Gary Levesque, So., Rhode Island College
P – Josh Simmons, Sr., Wheaton
P – Tim Therrian, Sr., Southern Maine
P – Andrew Aizenstadt, So., Babson
P – Will Musson, Jr., Eastern Connecticut
P – Matt Fontaine, Jr., Eastern Connecticut

Third Team
C – Bobby Barrett, Jr., Suffolk
1B – Ben Grant-Roy, Jr., St. Joseph’s (ME)
1B – Ryan Gaffney, Sr., Southern Maine
2B – John Parke, Jr., Eastern Connecticut
3B – Josh Mackey, Jr., Southern Maine
SS – David LeResche, So., Tufts
SS – Travis Bass, Jr., Eastern Connecticut
DH – Collin Henry, Jr., Southern Maine
UT – Chris Campbell, So., St. Joseph’s (ME)
UT – Frank Vaccaro, Sr., Becker
OF – Erich Enns, Jr., Middlebury
OF – Cody Callahan, Fr., Keene State
OF – Jeff Perkins, Sr., Keene State
OF – Jesse Bruinsma, Jr., Curry
OF – Al Mathews, Jr., Williams
P – Brian Hurld, Sr., Roger Williams
P – Chris DeGoti, Fr., Tufts
P – Bryan Calzone, Sr., WNEC
P – Dan Delia, Sr., Suffolk