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Re: BB: 2009 All-Region Teams
« Reply #15 on: May 28, 2009, 06:37:52 pm »
You are taking this guy

Chris Bligh   .395  35-35  119  40 R  47 H 14 2B  2 3B  4 HR  40RBI       SLG  647

over this guy who took his team to the Regional Final??????

Ryan Biner....384  40-39  159 AB 39 R  61 H  13 2B  0 3B 11HR  61RBI   SLG 673

And this guy

Chris Esperon....  .383  188 AB  42R  72H  18 2B   1 3B  5 HR 33 RBI    SLG 569
Over this guy.....an already proven All American????

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Not d3baseball.com!

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Region Teams
« Reply #16 on: May 28, 2009, 06:54:24 pm »
I think it's safe to say ABCA does some pretty bad research when it comes to D3. My thoughts are that if they are going to spend time creating a list, they might as well create a list that makes sense and atleast try to pretend that they are paying attention. Some of these all-region teams are pretty ridiculous.

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Region Teams
« Reply #17 on: May 28, 2009, 08:03:08 pm »
I think it's safe to say ABCA does some pretty bad research when it comes to D3. My thoughts are that if they are going to spend time creating a list, they might as well create a list that makes sense and atleast try to pretend that they are paying attention. Some of these all-region teams are pretty ridiculous.
All Western Region Teams-- provided by University of Redlands (SCIAC) website-- thank you !!!
May 20, 2009

Bulldog Baseballís Nicholson Selected to ABCA-Rawlings All-West Region Third Team

Senior pitcher Nolan Nicholson (Fullerton, CA) capped off a remarkable collegiate career with the University of Redlands baseball program, earning a spot on the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA)-Rawlings All-West Region Third Team, as announced by the ABCA on Tuesday.

Nicholson (10-2) was the No. 1 starter in the Bulldog rotation all season and defeated two teams that advanced to the NCAA Division III College World Series (No. 9 Chapman University and No. 2 Kean University). In 89.1 innings of work, he struck out 45 batters while maintaining a 3.83 ERA, allowing as many earned runs as he did walks (38). Among Redlands pitchers who tossed more than 15 innings, he held the opposition to a team-low .269 batting average. Notably, Nicholson held the D3baseball.com Player of the Year, Pomona-Pitzer Collegesí Drew Hedman, hitless, forcing him out twice while walking him once.

This marks the second time that he has gained ABCA-Rawlings All-Region honors as he earned a spot on the All-West Region Second Team in 2008. Nicholsonís other laurels include two ESPN The Magazine/College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District First-Team selections (2008, 2009), one First-Team All-Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) accolade (2008) and two Second-Team All-SCIAC nods (2006, 2009).

Redlands (25-15, 14-7 SCIAC) finished out the regular season at third in the SCIAC and won more than 20 games for the fifth straight season.

The following is a list of all those chosen to the three ABCA-Rawlings All-West Region Teams:

(*denotes West Region Player of the Year; #denotes West Region Pitcher of the Year)

First Team:
Reggie Dixon (DH)- Hardin-Simmons University (TX)
Mark Rockey (C)- University of Puget Sound (WA)
*Drew Hedman (1B)- Pomona-Pitzer Colleges
Bo Thunell (2B)- George Fox University (OR)
Tre Lips (3B)- McMurry University (TX)
Javier Arrieta (SS)- Sul Ross State University (TX)
Matt Wyckoff (OF)- George Fox University (OR)
Bo Bell (OF)- Mississippi College
Jared Smith (OF)- University of Texas at Dallas
John Semel (UT)- Chapman University

#Brett Hinson (P)- Mississippi College
Chase Tigert (P)- Cal Lutheran University
Brad Orosey (P)- Texas Lutheran University
John Semel (UT)- Chapman University

Second Team:
Jordan Ott (DH)- Cal Lutheran University
J.T. Armstrong (C)- Hardin-Simmons University (TX)
Cole Bixenman (C)- Linfield College (OR)
Kyle Stalker (1B)- Willamette University (OR)
Brock Lemire (2B)- University of Texas at Tyler
Tristan Phillips (3B)- Chapman University
Brandon Huerta (SS)- Pomona-Pitzer Colleges
Joseph Villegas (OF)- University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (TX)
Jake Mullin (OF)- McMurry University (TX)
Jordan Pennington (OF)- Trinity University (TX)
Tom Williams (OF)- Concordia University (TX)
Jeremy Macklin (UT)- Texas Lutheran University

Reese McCulley (P)- Linfield College (OR)
Robert Bleeker (P)- Pacific Lutheran University (WA)
David Colvin (P)- Pomona-Pitzer Colleges
Brett Holland (P)- University of Texas at Tyler
Michael Johnson (P)- Concordia University (TX)
Jeremy Macklin (UT)- Texas Lutheran University

Third Team:
Jared Hood (DH)- University of Texas at Tyler
Kyle Felix (C)- Trinity University (TX)
Adam Hudec (C)- University of Texas at Dallas
Zach Atkins (1B)- University of Dallas (TX)
James Kang (2B)- Pomona-Pitzer
Ben Shively (3B)- Pacific Lutheran University (WA)
Jon-Michael Hattabaugh (3B)- University of La Verne
Jason Jebbia (SS)- Occidental College
Chad Deleiden (SS)- University of Texas at Tyler
Kyle Harvey (OF)- Texas Lutheran University
Jeremy Harding (OF)- University of Texas at Tyler
Daniel Ward (OF)- Hendrix College (AR)

Wayde Kitchens (P)- Chapman University
Beau Ziegler (P)- University of Texas at Tyler
Philip Carkhuff (P)- University of Dallas (TX)
Nolan Nicholson (P)- University of Redlands
Blake Booher (P)- University of Texas at Tyler
Chad Jones (P)- George Fox University (OR)



I just went through all the pitching stats for all of these all-west region guys, and im stunned to see that the ABCA pretty much only takes into account wins and losses. I know that W's are the most important in the end, but give me a break on some of these picks.
first team:
Orosey  3.72 era 10-1 with 45.1 ip with 46k's
Hinson  3.63 era 10-2 with 91.2 ip with 105 k's
Tigert    3.57 era 9-2 with 70.2 ip with 67 k's
second team:
Macklin   1.99 era 6-1 with 92 ip with 88 k's
McCulley 3.07 era 8-0 with 58.2 ip with 36 k's
Bleeker   4.59 era 9-1 with 64.1 ip with 55 k's
Colvin     3.15 era 7-0 with 80 ip with 54 k's
Holland   3.24 era 9-5 with 86 ip with 114 k's
Johnson  2.38 era 7-2 with 68 ip with 109 k's
third team:
Booher   3.50 era 9-1 with 69.1 ip with 49 k's
Ziegler   2.62 era 5-1 (6 saves) 34.1 ip with 55 k's
Carhuff  2.72 era 8-3 with 72.2 ip with 70 k's
Nicholson 3.83 era 10-2 with 89.1 ip with 45 k's
Jones    2.17 era 8-2(7 saves) 49.2 ip with 42 k's
Kitchens 2.19 era 6-1 with 61.2 ip with 71 k's

There is a total of 6 guys with more strikeouts than innings pitched
There is a total of 10 guys with 8 or more wins

I know this doesn't mean much, but I think the ABCA should put more effort into their selections because being first team all-region means you are eligible for All-American, and since I have 2 All-American plaques already I know what great of an honor it means.

Sorry for the ranting.

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Region Teams
« Reply #18 on: May 28, 2009, 08:36:17 pm »
I think it's safe to say ABCA does some pretty bad research when it comes to D3. My thoughts are that if they are going to spend time creating a list, they might as well create a list that makes sense and atleast try to pretend that they are paying attention. Some of these all-region teams are pretty ridiculous.

it's all kind of subjective and everyone has their own opinion.

ABCA was the one who got it correct when it came to Wooster centerfielder Sean Karpen.  He was probably the best all around player at the World Series, and the ABCA actually put him on their All-American team (2nd team).

Same with pitcher Mark Miller.  He was named an ABCA FIRST team All-American, and everyone saw what he could do on the main stage....and he did it all year for the Scots.

it's all a matter of opinion.

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Region Teams
« Reply #19 on: May 28, 2009, 10:00:08 pm »
I think it's safe to say ABCA does some pretty bad research when it comes to D3. My thoughts are that if they are going to spend time creating a list, they might as well create a list that makes sense and atleast try to pretend that they are paying attention. Some of these all-region teams are pretty ridiculous.
All Western Region Teams-- provided by University of Redlands (SCIAC) website-- thank you !!!
May 20, 2009

Bulldog Baseballís Nicholson Selected to ABCA-Rawlings All-West Region Third Team

Senior pitcher Nolan Nicholson (Fullerton, CA) capped off a remarkable collegiate career with the University of Redlands baseball program, earning a spot on the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA)-Rawlings All-West Region Third Team, as announced by the ABCA on Tuesday.

Nicholson (10-2) was the No. 1 starter in the Bulldog rotation all season and defeated two teams that advanced to the NCAA Division III College World Series (No. 9 Chapman University and No. 2 Kean University). In 89.1 innings of work, he struck out 45 batters while maintaining a 3.83 ERA, allowing as many earned runs as he did walks (38). Among Redlands pitchers who tossed more than 15 innings, he held the opposition to a team-low .269 batting average. Notably, Nicholson held the D3baseball.com Player of the Year, Pomona-Pitzer Collegesí Drew Hedman, hitless, forcing him out twice while walking him once.

This marks the second time that he has gained ABCA-Rawlings All-Region honors as he earned a spot on the All-West Region Second Team in 2008. Nicholsonís other laurels include two ESPN The Magazine/College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District First-Team selections (2008, 2009), one First-Team All-Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) accolade (2008) and two Second-Team All-SCIAC nods (2006, 2009).

Redlands (25-15, 14-7 SCIAC) finished out the regular season at third in the SCIAC and won more than 20 games for the fifth straight season.

The following is a list of all those chosen to the three ABCA-Rawlings All-West Region Teams:

(*denotes West Region Player of the Year; #denotes West Region Pitcher of the Year)

First Team:
Reggie Dixon (DH)- Hardin-Simmons University (TX)
Mark Rockey (C)- University of Puget Sound (WA)
*Drew Hedman (1B)- Pomona-Pitzer Colleges
Bo Thunell (2B)- George Fox University (OR)
Tre Lips (3B)- McMurry University (TX)
Javier Arrieta (SS)- Sul Ross State University (TX)
Matt Wyckoff (OF)- George Fox University (OR)
Bo Bell (OF)- Mississippi College
Jared Smith (OF)- University of Texas at Dallas
John Semel (UT)- Chapman University

#Brett Hinson (P)- Mississippi College
Chase Tigert (P)- Cal Lutheran University
Brad Orosey (P)- Texas Lutheran University
John Semel (UT)- Chapman University

Second Team:
Jordan Ott (DH)- Cal Lutheran University
J.T. Armstrong (C)- Hardin-Simmons University (TX)
Cole Bixenman (C)- Linfield College (OR)
Kyle Stalker (1B)- Willamette University (OR)
Brock Lemire (2B)- University of Texas at Tyler
Tristan Phillips (3B)- Chapman University
Brandon Huerta (SS)- Pomona-Pitzer Colleges
Joseph Villegas (OF)- University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (TX)
Jake Mullin (OF)- McMurry University (TX)
Jordan Pennington (OF)- Trinity University (TX)
Tom Williams (OF)- Concordia University (TX)
Jeremy Macklin (UT)- Texas Lutheran University

Reese McCulley (P)- Linfield College (OR)
Robert Bleeker (P)- Pacific Lutheran University (WA)
David Colvin (P)- Pomona-Pitzer Colleges
Brett Holland (P)- University of Texas at Tyler
Michael Johnson (P)- Concordia University (TX)
Jeremy Macklin (UT)- Texas Lutheran University

Third Team:
Jared Hood (DH)- University of Texas at Tyler
Kyle Felix (C)- Trinity University (TX)
Adam Hudec (C)- University of Texas at Dallas
Zach Atkins (1B)- University of Dallas (TX)
James Kang (2B)- Pomona-Pitzer
Ben Shively (3B)- Pacific Lutheran University (WA)
Jon-Michael Hattabaugh (3B)- University of La Verne
Jason Jebbia (SS)- Occidental College
Chad Deleiden (SS)- University of Texas at Tyler
Kyle Harvey (OF)- Texas Lutheran University
Jeremy Harding (OF)- University of Texas at Tyler
Daniel Ward (OF)- Hendrix College (AR)

Wayde Kitchens (P)- Chapman University
Beau Ziegler (P)- University of Texas at Tyler
Philip Carkhuff (P)- University of Dallas (TX)
Nolan Nicholson (P)- University of Redlands
Blake Booher (P)- University of Texas at Tyler
Chad Jones (P)- George Fox University (OR)



I just went through all the pitching stats for all of these all-west region guys, and im stunned to see that the ABCA pretty much only takes into account wins and losses. I know that W's are the most important in the end, but give me a break on some of these picks.
first team:
Orosey  3.72 era 10-1 with 45.1 ip with 46k's
Hinson  3.63 era 10-2 with 91.2 ip with 105 k's
Tigert    3.57 era 9-2 with 70.2 ip with 67 k's
second team:
Macklin   1.99 era 6-1 with 92 ip with 88 k's
McCulley 3.07 era 8-0 with 58.2 ip with 36 k's
Bleeker   4.59 era 9-1 with 64.1 ip with 55 k's
Colvin     3.15 era 7-0 with 80 ip with 54 k's
Holland   3.24 era 9-5 with 86 ip with 114 k's
Johnson  2.38 era 7-2 with 68 ip with 109 k's
third team:
Booher   3.50 era 9-1 with 69.1 ip with 49 k's
Ziegler   2.62 era 5-1 (6 saves) 34.1 ip with 55 k's
Carhuff  2.72 era 8-3 with 72.2 ip with 70 k's
Nicholson 3.83 era 10-2 with 89.1 ip with 45 k's
Jones    2.17 era 8-2(7 saves) 49.2 ip with 42 k's
Kitchens 2.19 era 6-1 with 61.2 ip with 71 k's

There is a total of 6 guys with more strikeouts than innings pitched
There is a total of 10 guys with 8 or more wins

I know this doesn't mean much, but I think the ABCA should put more effort into their selections because being first team all-region means you are eligible for All-American, and since I have 2 All-American plaques already I know what great of an honor it means.

Sorry for the ranting.


Who is a joke on the list?  Who would you put as 1st team? 

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Region Teams
« Reply #20 on: May 29, 2009, 03:37:03 pm »
I think it's safe to say ABCA does some pretty bad research when it comes to D3. My thoughts are that if they are going to spend time creating a list, they might as well create a list that makes sense and atleast try to pretend that they are paying attention. Some of these all-region teams are pretty ridiculous.
All Western Region Teams-- provided by University of Redlands (SCIAC) website-- thank you !!!
May 20, 2009

Bulldog Baseballís Nicholson Selected to ABCA-Rawlings All-West Region Third Team

Senior pitcher Nolan Nicholson (Fullerton, CA) capped off a remarkable collegiate career with the University of Redlands baseball program, earning a spot on the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA)-Rawlings All-West Region Third Team, as announced by the ABCA on Tuesday.

Nicholson (10-2) was the No. 1 starter in the Bulldog rotation all season and defeated two teams that advanced to the NCAA Division III College World Series (No. 9 Chapman University and No. 2 Kean University). In 89.1 innings of work, he struck out 45 batters while maintaining a 3.83 ERA, allowing as many earned runs as he did walks (38). Among Redlands pitchers who tossed more than 15 innings, he held the opposition to a team-low .269 batting average. Notably, Nicholson held the D3baseball.com Player of the Year, Pomona-Pitzer Collegesí Drew Hedman, hitless, forcing him out twice while walking him once.

This marks the second time that he has gained ABCA-Rawlings All-Region honors as he earned a spot on the All-West Region Second Team in 2008. Nicholsonís other laurels include two ESPN The Magazine/College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District First-Team selections (2008, 2009), one First-Team All-Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) accolade (2008) and two Second-Team All-SCIAC nods (2006, 2009).

Redlands (25-15, 14-7 SCIAC) finished out the regular season at third in the SCIAC and won more than 20 games for the fifth straight season.

The following is a list of all those chosen to the three ABCA-Rawlings All-West Region Teams:

(*denotes West Region Player of the Year; #denotes West Region Pitcher of the Year)

First Team:
Reggie Dixon (DH)- Hardin-Simmons University (TX)
Mark Rockey (C)- University of Puget Sound (WA)
*Drew Hedman (1B)- Pomona-Pitzer Colleges
Bo Thunell (2B)- George Fox University (OR)
Tre Lips (3B)- McMurry University (TX)
Javier Arrieta (SS)- Sul Ross State University (TX)
Matt Wyckoff (OF)- George Fox University (OR)
Bo Bell (OF)- Mississippi College
Jared Smith (OF)- University of Texas at Dallas
John Semel (UT)- Chapman University

#Brett Hinson (P)- Mississippi College
Chase Tigert (P)- Cal Lutheran University
Brad Orosey (P)- Texas Lutheran University
John Semel (UT)- Chapman University

Second Team:
Jordan Ott (DH)- Cal Lutheran University
J.T. Armstrong (C)- Hardin-Simmons University (TX)
Cole Bixenman (C)- Linfield College (OR)
Kyle Stalker (1B)- Willamette University (OR)
Brock Lemire (2B)- University of Texas at Tyler
Tristan Phillips (3B)- Chapman University
Brandon Huerta (SS)- Pomona-Pitzer Colleges
Joseph Villegas (OF)- University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (TX)
Jake Mullin (OF)- McMurry University (TX)
Jordan Pennington (OF)- Trinity University (TX)
Tom Williams (OF)- Concordia University (TX)
Jeremy Macklin (UT)- Texas Lutheran University

Reese McCulley (P)- Linfield College (OR)
Robert Bleeker (P)- Pacific Lutheran University (WA)
David Colvin (P)- Pomona-Pitzer Colleges
Brett Holland (P)- University of Texas at Tyler
Michael Johnson (P)- Concordia University (TX)
Jeremy Macklin (UT)- Texas Lutheran University

Third Team:
Jared Hood (DH)- University of Texas at Tyler
Kyle Felix (C)- Trinity University (TX)
Adam Hudec (C)- University of Texas at Dallas
Zach Atkins (1B)- University of Dallas (TX)
James Kang (2B)- Pomona-Pitzer
Ben Shively (3B)- Pacific Lutheran University (WA)
Jon-Michael Hattabaugh (3B)- University of La Verne
Jason Jebbia (SS)- Occidental College
Chad Deleiden (SS)- University of Texas at Tyler
Kyle Harvey (OF)- Texas Lutheran University
Jeremy Harding (OF)- University of Texas at Tyler
Daniel Ward (OF)- Hendrix College (AR)

Wayde Kitchens (P)- Chapman University
Beau Ziegler (P)- University of Texas at Tyler
Philip Carkhuff (P)- University of Dallas (TX)
Nolan Nicholson (P)- University of Redlands
Blake Booher (P)- University of Texas at Tyler
Chad Jones (P)- George Fox University (OR)



I just went through all the pitching stats for all of these all-west region guys, and im stunned to see that the ABCA pretty much only takes into account wins and losses. I know that W's are the most important in the end, but give me a break on some of these picks.
first team:
Orosey  3.72 era 10-1 with 45.1 ip with 46k's
Hinson  3.63 era 10-2 with 91.2 ip with 105 k's
Tigert    3.57 era 9-2 with 70.2 ip with 67 k's
second team:
Macklin   1.99 era 6-1 with 92 ip with 88 k's
McCulley 3.07 era 8-0 with 58.2 ip with 36 k's
Bleeker   4.59 era 9-1 with 64.1 ip with 55 k's
Colvin     3.15 era 7-0 with 80 ip with 54 k's
Holland   3.24 era 9-5 with 86 ip with 114 k's
Johnson  2.38 era 7-2 with 68 ip with 109 k's
third team:
Booher   3.50 era 9-1 with 69.1 ip with 49 k's
Ziegler   2.62 era 5-1 (6 saves) 34.1 ip with 55 k's
Carhuff  2.72 era 8-3 with 72.2 ip with 70 k's
Nicholson 3.83 era 10-2 with 89.1 ip with 45 k's
Jones    2.17 era 8-2(7 saves) 49.2 ip with 42 k's
Kitchens 2.19 era 6-1 with 61.2 ip with 71 k's

There is a total of 6 guys with more strikeouts than innings pitched
There is a total of 10 guys with 8 or more wins

I know this doesn't mean much, but I think the ABCA should put more effort into their selections because being first team all-region means you are eligible for All-American, and since I have 2 All-American plaques already I know what great of an honor it means.

Sorry for the ranting.


Who is a joke on the list?  Who would you put as 1st team? 

I think all 3 first team pitchers shouldn't be there considering their high ERA. The three pitchers I would put there instead would be Macklin, Jones, and Johnson. All 3 have a low ERA, decent amount of wins, and a good amount of strikeouts per innings pitched. I was just trying to let people know that the ABCA pretty much only accounts for wins when considering all-region and even all-american.

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Region Teams
« Reply #21 on: May 29, 2009, 06:43:23 pm »
Old Cat- part of the problem with these teams is when people don't look at what makes up the stats. Which teams did they throw against? Did they throw five innings versus a Cal Tech? I don't think Kitchens should have made it, even though he's one of the best out west, he missed too many starts. It's about winning. Who got the most wins vs the top 25 teams? Anyone beat any of the final eight? This can raise your ERA, just ask Holland and Booher.

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Region Teams
« Reply #22 on: June 02, 2009, 02:45:51 pm »
For my 1,000th post I give you:

2009 NCBWA DIVISION III PLAYERS OF THE YEAR

KENOSHA, Wis. - The NCAA Division III members of the National Collegiate
Baseball Writers Association have selected Pomona-Pitzer College first
baseman Drew Hedman (Sr., Redding, Calif./Shasta) as the NCBWA NCAA
Division III Hitter of the Year, while Trinity College's Jeremiah Bayer
(Sr., Greenfield, Mass./Deerfield Academy) was named NCBWA NCAA Division III Pitcher of the Year.  Hedman was a unanimous pick of the
eight-member sports information director's panel, while Bayer received
seven-of-eight first-place votes.

Hedman was named "D3baseball.com Player of the Year, "D3baseball.com"
first-team All-America, American Baseball Coaches Association/Collegiate
Baseball "Co-Player of the Year," ABCA first-team All-America, the
Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference "Player of the
Year" and first-team all-conference with a .500 batting average, 60 runs
scored, 11 doubles, three triples, 23 home runs (leads NCAA Division
III), 79 RBI, 13-of-13 stolen bases, a 1.038 slugging percentage and a
.578 on-base percentage.

Bayer was named "D3baseball.com Pitcher of the Year," "D3baseball.com"
first-team All-America, ABCA first-team All-America, the New England
Small College Athletic Conference "Pitcher of the Year," first-team
all-conference and New England Regional Championship all-tournament with a 12-1 record, a 0.85 earned run average, 8.88 strikeouts per nine
innings and 2.27 walks per nine innings.


Regional Position Players of the Year


New England: Sean Killeen, Catcher, Trinity College

Named ABCA and "D3baseball.com" first-team All-America, the New England
Small College Athletic Association "Player of the Year," first-team
all-conference and New England Regional Championship all-tournament with a .440 batting average, 57 runs scored 18 doubles, three triples, 11
home runs, 53 RBI, three stolen bases, an .846 slugging percentage and a
.565 on-base percentage.

New York: Patrick Reardon, Catcher, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Named ABCA and "D3baseball.com" second-team All-America, the Liberty
League "Player of the Year" with a .409 batting average, 61 RBI, 22
doubles, one triple, 10 home runs, 54 RBI, seven stolen bases, a .689
slugging percentage and a .491 on-base percentage.

Mid-Atlantic : Mike Moceri, Second Base, Kean University

Named ABCA and "D3baseball.com" first-team All-America, the New Jersey
Athletic Conference "Player of the Year" and first-team all-conference
with a .433 batting average, 54 runs scored, 22 doubles, seven triples,
two home runs, 59 RBI, nine stolen bases, a .640 slugging percentage and
a .460 on-base percentage.

South: Mike Celenza , First Base, Salisbury University

Named ABCA and "D3baseball.com" second-team All-America, the Capital
Athletic Conference "Player of the Year" and first-team all-conference
with a .469 batting average, 62 runs scored, 12 doubles, one triple, 12
home runs, 57 RBI, a .781 slugging percentage and a .581 on-base
percentage.
 
Mideast: Tim Tepe, Shortstop, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Named ABCA first-team All-America, "D3baseball.com" second-team
All-America, Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference "Player of the
Year" and first-team all-conference with a .489 batting average, 57 runs
scored, 21 doubles, six triples, seven home runs, 58 RBI, a .792
slugging percentage and a .536 on-base percentage.
 
Central: Andy Fuiten, Outfielder, Webster University

Named St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference "Player of the Year"
and first-team all-conference with a .407 batting average, 53 runs
scored, 11 doubles, 15 home runs, 58 RBI, nine stolen bases, an .822
slugging percentage and a .532 on-base percentage.

Midwest: Kyle Johnson, Catcher, Concordia College (Moorhead)

Named ABCA third-team All-America, Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic
Conference "Player of the Year" and first-team all-conference with a
.404 batting average, 29 runs scored, 14 home runs, 36 RBI, a .947
slugging percentage and a .540 on-base percentage.

West: Drew Hedman, First Base, Pomona-Pitzer College

Named "D3baseball.com Player of the Year, "D3baseball.com" first-team
All-America, ABCA "Co-Player of the Year," ABCA first-team All-America,
the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference "Player of
the Year" and first-team all-conference with a .500 batting average, 60
runs scored, 11 doubles, three triples, 23 home runs (leads NCAA
Division III), 79 RBI, 13-of-13 stolen bases, a 1.038 slugging
percentage and a .578 on-base percentage.


Regional Pitchers of the Year

New England: Jeremiah Bayer, Trinity College

Named "D3baseball.com Pitcher of the Year," "D3baseball.com" first-team
All-America, ABCA first-team All-America, the New England Small College
Athletic Conference "Pitcher of the Year," first-team all-conference and
New England Regional Championship all-tournament with a 12-1 record, a
0.85 earned run average, 8.88 strikeouts per nine innings and 2.27 walks
per nine innings.
 
New York: Andrew Mondo, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Named ABCA second-team All-America and the Liberty League "Pitcher of
the Year" with an 11-3 record, a 3.03 earned run average, 9.10
strikeouts per nine innings, 2.15 walks per nine innings and a .255
opponent batting average.
 
Mid-Atlantic: Zeb Engle, Ursinus College

Named ABCA and "D3baseball.com" second-team All-America, Centennial
Conference "Pitcher of the Year" and first-team all-conference with a
9-0 record, a 1.87 earned run average, 10.03 strikeouts per nine
innings, 3.09 walks per nine innings and a .238 opponent batting
average.
 
South: Noah Solomon, Trinity University

Named the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference "Pitcher of the Year"
with a 5-1 record, a 1.94 earned run average, 8.17 strikeouts per nine
innings, 3.60 walks per nine innings and a .196 opponent batting
average.

Mideast: Mark Miller, College of Wooster

Named ABCA first-team All-America, North Coast Athletic Conference
"Pitcher of the Year" and NCAA Division III Baseball Championship
all-tournament with an 11-2 record, a 2.51 earned run average, 6.71
strikeouts per nine innings, 2.70 walks per nine innings and a .244
opponent batting average.
 
Central: Jerrold Martijn, Wartburg College

Named ABCA third-team All-America, first-team All-Iowa Intercollegiate
Athletic Conference and IIAC "Pitcher of the Year" with a 10-1 record, a
3.51 earned run average, 9.33 strikeouts per nine innings and 4.06 walks
per nine innings...opponents batted .233 against him.

Midwest: Matt Schuld, University of St. Thomas (Minn.)

Name ABCA first-team All-America, "D3baseball.com" third-team
All-America, first-team All-Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic
Conference and NCAA Division III Baseball Championship all-tournament
with a 12-1 record, a 3.25 earned run average, 8.00 strikeouts per nine
innings, 3.08 walks per nine innings and a .234 opponent batting
average.
 
West: Brett Holland, Texas-Tyler,

Named American Southwest Conference East Division "Pitcher of the Year"
with a 9-5 record, a 3.24 earned run average, 11.93 strikeouts per nine
innings, 2.61 walks per nine innings and a .252 opponent batting
average.

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Region Teams
« Reply #23 on: June 04, 2009, 12:59:42 am »
Here is the Mid-East All Region complete list of All Region Teams:

First Team
DH-Chris Beatty, Marietta College
C-Marcus Magister, Grove City College
1B-Matty Miller, Manchester College
2B-Gar Keen, Heidelberg University
SS-Tim Tepe, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
3B-Cameron Cimino, Marietta College
3B-Brian Hiscox, Otterbein College
OF-Alex Cowart, Adrian College
OF-Brandon Gessner, Otterbein College
OF-Sean Karpen, The College of Wooster
UT-Jim Pasquine, Washington & Jefferson College
P-Andy Lowe, Heidelberg University
P-Justin McDowell, The College of Wooster
P-Mark Miller, The College of Wooster
P-David Paddock, Heidelberg University
 
Second Team
DH-Ty Foster, Manchester College
C-Brock Whiteman, Muskingum College
1B-Biagio Boytim, Heidelberg University
1B-Tom Hickey, John Carroll University
1B-Riley Kreisher, Baldwin-Wallace College
1B-Justin Scarpitti, Thiel College
2B-Ian Sanders, Franklin College
2B-Wes White, Waynesburg University
SS-Todd Meyers, Adrian College
OF-Eric Boylan, Thiel College
OF-Cody Kidd, Baldwin-Wallace College
OF-Thomas Tolliver, Transylvania University
OF-Jeremy Wentworth, Heidelberg University
UT-Matt Groezinger, The College of Wooster
P-Ryan Domschot, Adrian College
P-Brad Gerlach, DePauw University
P-Alex Hayes, Otterbein College
P-Nathan VanMeter, Muskingum College
 
Third Team
C-Kennan Long, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
1B-John Izzo, Westminster College
2B-Michael Krainz, John Carroll University
2B-Matt Tracy, Mount Union College
2B-Nick Weimer, The College of Mt. St. Joseph
SS-Jake Calcei, Kenyon College
SS-Jason Lash, Heidelberg University
3B-Alex Boone, Franklin College
3B-Jeremy Stephens, Alma College
OF-Tyler Berger, Calvin College
OF-Zach Frentsos, Ohio Wesleyan University
OF-Chris Stemple, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
OF-Jake Thomas, Wabash College
P-Josh Atkinson, Manchester College
P-Derek Eitel, Rose-Hulman Institute of Techonolgy
P-Chris Stewart, Marietta College
P-Josh Tedesco, Thiel College

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Region Teams
« Reply #24 on: June 04, 2009, 01:11:11 am »
Also, here are the 2009 Golden Glove Awards for the Mid-East Region:

Gold Glove Awards
C-Mark Thomchick, Washington & Jefferson College
1B-Riley Kreisher, Baldwin-Wallace College
2B-Josh Gardmer, Ohio Wesleyan University
SS-Todd Meyers, Adrian College
3B-Chandler Kent, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
OF-Andrew Bilse, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
OF-Greg Ferrell, Mount Union College
OF-Jeremy Wentworth, Heidelberg University
P-Ryan Domschot, Adrian College

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Region Teams
« Reply #25 on: June 12, 2009, 05:23:04 pm »
Oldcat- You have the Orosey and Macklin stats mixed up....

Orosey  3.72 era 10-1 with 45.1 ip with 46k's
Hinson  3.63 era 10-2 with 91.2 ip with 105 k's
Tigert    3.57 era 9-2 with 70.2 ip with 67 k's
second team:
Macklin   1.99 era 6-1 with 92 ip with 88 k's

Orosey is: 3.72 era 10-1 with 92 ip with 88k's
Macklin is: 1.99 era 6-1 with 45.1 ip with 46 k's

Check out the correct stats here:

http://www.tlu.edu/i/athletics/baseball/stats/2009/teamcume.htm#TEAM.MLB


That's a big mistake to make. I hope the rest of your stats are correct.
 

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Region Teams
« Reply #26 on: June 12, 2009, 06:07:58 pm »
Not sure how to improve the formatting:  list from: http://www.abca.org/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=95303&SPID=11605&DB_OEM_ID=18900&ATCLID=1246799

NCAA DIVISION III NEW YORK REGION 2009 ABCA/RAWLINGS NCAA DIVISION III NEW YORK ALL-REGION TEAMS


FIRST TEAM POS PLAYER SCHOOL YR DH Mike Bybee U.S. Merchant Marine Academy JR C Patrick Reardon Rensselaer SR C Andersen Gardner Cortland State JR 1B Kevin Curtis Farmingdale State SO 2B Brian Visconti Mt St. Maryís College SR 3B Teagen Barressi St. John Fisher College FR 3B Jim Devine Rensselaer SR SS Brian Benvenuto Farmingdale State SR OF Nic Marchese Rensselaer SO OF Camden Mamigonian Rensselaer JR OF David May U.S. Merchant Marine Academy SR UT/P Chad Salls Cazenovia College SR P Matt Tone Cortland State JR P Andrew Mondo Rensselaer JR P Tom Heeman Farmingdale State SR

SECOND TEAM POS PLAYER SCHOOL YR DH Todd Allen Brockport State SR C Leo Fusilli St. John Fisher SO C Louis Peisel Mt. St. Maryís College SO 1B Kevin Jackson Cortland State JR 1B Jon Welsh St. Josephís College SR 2B Matt Curry Clarkson JR SS Jeremy Tosh RIT SR 3B David Ahonen Ithaca SO OF Mike Avery Cortland State SR OF Sean Wilkes Rensselaer SR OF Mike Umphlett Mt. St. Maryís College JR UT/P Mike Cieszko Rensselaer SO P Ricky Carlson Fredonia State SR P Andrew Opperman Rensselaer SR P Pete Macdaniel Ithaca SR

THIRD TEAM POS PLAYER SCHOOL YR DH Kyle Kowalowski SUNY-Plattsburg SR
C Ryan Myers Oneonta State JR C Mike Hernandez St. Josephís College SR 1B George Kennedy Purchase JR 2B Dylan Perez Ithaca SR 2B Josh Greco Fredonia State JR SS Jorge Rosado Baruch SR SS Albert Bevacqua Old Westbury JR OF Joe Blackford Mt. St. Vincent College JR OF Jordan Basile Fredonia State SR OF Ryan Carroll St. Josephís College JR OF Brady Torbitt Clarkson JR OF Jason Simone Cortland State SO OF Adam Coglitore Cazenovia College SR UT Steve Karnyski St. John Fisher FR UT Jeff Coyle St. Josephís College JR UT/P Ryan Sullivan University of Rochester SR P Steve Juedes Oneonta SR P Paul Toland University of Rochester SR P Dave Filak Oneonta SO

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Region Teams
« Reply #27 on: June 12, 2009, 06:09:11 pm »
The only other list not yet posted (and yet a different format)

2009 ABCA/RAWLINGS DIVISION III ALL MIDWEST REGION BASEBALL TEAM

FIRST TEAM
POSITION
NAME
YR
SCHOOL
C
KYLE JOHNSON *
SR
CONCORDIA COLLEGE‐MN
1B
SEAN CLAUGHERTY
JR
THE COLLEGE OF ST.SCHOLASTICA
1B
JEREMY RICHTER
JR
U OF WISCONSIN‐STEVENS POINT
1B
BLAKE BERGER
SO
U OF WISCONSIN‐OSHKOSH
2B
TYLER JOHNSON
SR
ST. OLAF COLLEGE
SS
DAN KACZROWSKI
SR
HAMLINE UNIVERSITY
SS
JACK WALKER
SR
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY‐CHICAGO
OF
JON OLLA
JR
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY‐WISCONSIN
OF
TIM OSTERLIN
JR
BETHEL UNIVERSITY
OF
BRIAN SCHMITZ
SR
UNIVERSITY OF ST.THOMAS
OF
JUSTIN SCHWECKE
JR
BETHANY LUTHERAN COLLEGE
UT/P
TODD MATHIASON
SR
ST.OLAF COLLEGE
P
ADIAN KUMMETT
SR
THE COLLEGE OF ST. SCHOLASTICA
P
MATT SCHULD *
JR
UNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS
P
JOE LANGE
SR
U OF WISCONSIN‐PLATTEVILLE
SECOND TEAM
C
CRIAG HENRY
JR
AUGSBURG COLLEGE
1B
SCOTT SCHUMACHER
SR
CONCORDIA COLLEGE‐MN
2B
JASON JACOBSON
JR
U OF WISCONSIN‐PLATEVILLE
2B
KYLE CUMMINGS
SR
U OF WISCONSIN‐STEVENS POINT
3B
KYLE SLECHTA
JR
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY‐CHICAGO
3B
JAY FANTA
FR
U OF WISCONSIN‐LACROSSE
SS
NATE WILSON‐TRAISMAN
JR
MACALESTER COLLEGE
OF
JASON FOSLER
SR
U OF WISCONSIN‐OSHKOSH
OF
RUSS FUJISAWA
JR
CARLETON COLLEGE
OF
CARSON JONES
JR
ST. OLAF COLLEGE
UT/P
KYLE KANNENBERG
JR
U OF WISCONSIN‐OSHKOSH
DH
PHIL SERIS
SR
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY‐CHICAGO
P
AARON DOTT
JR
U OF WISCONSIN‐WHITEWATER
P
STEVE SALAZAR
JR
AURORA UNIVERSITY
P
SCOTT WILLIAMS
SO
U OF WISCONSIN‐STEVENS POINT
P
TRAVIS ADAMS
SR
BETHEL UNIVERSITY
P
PETER BURG
SR
THE COLLEGE OF ST. SCHOLASTICA
P
JAMES MURREY
JR
MACALESTER COLLEGE
THIRD TEAM
C
PAT WADZINSKI
SR
ST. OLAF COLLEGE
C
RAY KOSMICKI
SR
AURORA UNIVERSITY
1B
CHRIS BROCKMAN
SR
ROCKFORD COLLEGE
2B
BEN KUHLMAN
JR
U OF WISCONSIN‐WHITEWATER
2B
BRIAN MARSHNIK
SO
THE COLLEGE OF ST. SCHOLASTICA
SS
ROY LARSON
JR
UNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS
3B
NICK FUERST
SR
ST. OLAF COLLEGE
3B
MATT TANNENBERG
JR
NORTHLAND COLLEGE
OF
NOLAN FADNESS
SO
U OF WISCONSIN‐OSHKOSH
OF
SHAUN DASCHER
SR
ROCKFORD COLLEGE
OF
MATT MCQUILLAN
SO
UNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS
OF
TONY WELNER
JR
AURORA UNIVERSITY
P
JASON HOOPER
JR
U OF WISCONSIN‐WHITEWATER
P
ASHTON DORRIS
JR
BETHANY LUTHERAN
P
JEFF ZIELKE
SR
U OF WISCONSIN‐STEVENS POINT
UT
ETHAN GUEVIN
SR
CARLETON COLLEGE
DH
JAY SLICK
FR
BETHEL UNIVERSITY

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Region Teams
« Reply #28 on: June 12, 2009, 06:58:43 pm »
The only other list not yet posted (and yet a different format)

2009 ABCA/RAWLINGS DIVISION III ALL MIDWEST REGION BASEBALL TEAM

FIRST TEAM
POSITIONNAMEYR....SCHOOL
CKYLE JOHNSON *SRCONCORDIA COLLEGE‐MN
1BSEAN CLAUGHERTYJRTHE COLLEGE OF ST.SCHOLASTICA
1BJEREMY RICHTERJRU OF WISCONSIN‐STEVENS POINT
1BBLAKE BERGERSOU OF WISCONSIN‐OSHKOSH
2BTYLER JOHNSONSRST. OLAF COLLEGE
SSDAN KACZROWSKISRHAMLINE UNIVERSITY
SSJACK WALKERSRCONCORDIA UNIVERSITY‐CHICAGO
OFJON OLLAJRCONCORDIA UNIVERSITY‐WISCONSIN
OFTIM OSTERLINJRBETHEL UNIVERSITY
OFBRIAN SCHMITZSRUNIVERSITY OF ST.THOMAS
OFJUSTIN SCHWECKEJRBETHANY LUTHERAN COLLEGE
UT/PTODD MATHIASONSRST.OLAF COLLEGE
PADRIAN KUMMETTSRTHE COLLEGE OF ST. SCHOLASTICA
PMATT SCHULD *JRUNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS
PJOE LANGESRU OF WISCONSIN‐PLATTEVILLE
SECOND TEAM***
CCRIAG HENRYJRAUGSBURG COLLEGE
1BSCOTT SCHUMACHERSRCONCORDIA COLLEGE‐MN
2BJASON JACOBSONJRU OF WISCONSIN‐PLATTEVILLE
2BKYLE CUMMINGSSRU OF WISCONSIN‐STEVENS POINT
3BKYLE SLECHTAJRCONCORDIA UNIVERSITY‐CHICAGO
3BJAY FANTAFRU OF WISCONSIN‐LACROSSE
SSNATE WILSON‐TRAISMANJRMACALESTER COLLEGE
OFJASON FOSLERSRU OF WISCONSIN‐OSHKOSH
OFRUSS FUJISAWAJRCARLETON COLLEGE
OFCARSON JONESJRST. OLAF COLLEGE
UT/PKYLE KANNENBERGJRU OF WISCONSIN‐OSHKOSH
DHPHIL SERISSRCONCORDIA UNIVERSITY‐CHICAGO
PAARON DOTTJRU OF WISCONSIN‐WHITEWATER
PSTEVE SALAZARJRAURORA UNIVERSITY
PSCOTT WILLIAMSSOU OF WISCONSIN‐STEVENS POINT
PTRAVIS ADAMSSRBETHEL UNIVERSITY
PPETER BURGSRTHE COLLEGE OF ST. SCHOLASTICA
PJAMES MURREYJRMACALESTER COLLEGE
THIRD TEAM***
CPAT WADZINSKISRST. OLAF COLLEGE
CRAY KOSMICKISRAURORA UNIVERSITY
1BCHRIS BROCKMANSRROCKFORD COLLEGE
2BBEN KUHLMANJRU OF WISCONSIN‐WHITEWATER
2BBRIAN MARSHNIKSOTHE COLLEGE OF ST. SCHOLASTICA
SSROY LARSONJRUNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS
3BNICK FUERSTSRST. OLAF COLLEGE
3BMATT TANNENBERGJRNORTHLAND COLLEGE
OFNOLAN FADNESSSOU OF WISCONSIN‐OSHKOSH
OFSHAUN DASCHERSRROCKFORD COLLEGE
OFMATT MCQUILLANSOUNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS
OFTONY WELNERJRAURORA UNIVERSITY
PJASON HOOPERJRU OF WISCONSIN‐WHITEWATER
PASHTON DORRISJRBETHANY LUTHERAN
PJEFF ZIELKESRU OF WISCONSIN‐STEVENS POINT
UTETHAN GUEVINSRCARLETON COLLEGE
DHJAY SLICKFRBETHEL UNIVERSITY

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Region Teams
« Reply #29 on: June 13, 2009, 12:08:56 am »
FYI:  The ABCA web site has finally updated their web site and has all of the regions "All Regions" teams for 2009. 
         Somehow, they skipped the 2008 season, and i still have'nt officially seen the 2008 "All Region" teams.

When you get to the web site, click on AWARDS, and than click on REGIONS .

http://www.abca.org/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=18900&ATCLID=1246799