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Re: BB: 2009 All-Americans
« Reply #135 on: May 19, 2009, 04:13:43 pm »
 Todd Emr.........  .457  43-42   AB 173  R 55  H 79  2B 23   3B 2   HR 4  RBI 51  TB 118  SLG .682  OBP .518   

My question is how he does not make 1st team All region when he made all american last year with almost identical numbers

Todd Emr.........  .487  49-49   193  56  94  2B 18   3B 3   HR 5  RBI 70  TB 133  .SLG 689  OBP .505   

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Americans
« Reply #136 on: May 20, 2009, 01:08:44 am »
D3baseball.com 2009 All-America team

D3baseball.com Player of the Year: Drew Hedman, Pomona-Pitzer
D3baseball.com Pitcher of the Year: Jeremiah Bayer, Trinity (Conn.)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

First Team 2009 season statistics
Pos Name, School AVG R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB-AT FLD%
C Sean Killeen, Trinity (Conn.) .467 56 63 18 3 11 53 3-4 .990
1B Drew Hedman, Pomona-Pitzer .489 63 86 11 3 24 87 13-13 .984
2B Mike Moceri, Kean .436 54 82 22 7 2 57 9-13 .984
3B Cody Ross, Texas-Dallas .439 64 87 21 3 15 67 6-6 .913
SS Javier Arrieta, Sul Ross State .461 46 70 15 2 17 51 15-17 .936
OF Bo Bell, Mississippi College .425 56 62 12 2 13 73 4-4 .982
OF Bobby Doyon, Keene State .435 56 73 22 0 13 72 12-14 .958
OF David May, Merchant Marine .464 43 64 4 4 13 57 16-19 .965
DH Matt Groezinger, Wooster .394 54 67 18 2 11 68 6-9 .973
UTL Shawn Gilblair, East. Conn. .402 51 70 21 0 9 67 4-5 .974

Pos Name, School ERA W-L SV IP H ER BB SO
P Jeremiah Bayer, Trinity (Conn.) 0.52 12-0 1 87.0 54 5 19 89
P Ryan Domschot, Adrian 2.64 10-2 1 75.0 73 22 21 83
P Conor Fahey, WPI 1.55 8-2 3 104.2 84 18 20 122
P Steve Matre, Mount St. Joseph 0.41 0-1 13 22.0 10 1 4 32
P Justin McDowell, Wooster 2.27 12-2 1 95.1 78 24 21 82
UTL Shawn Gilblair, Eastern Conn. 2.71 8-1 0 63.0 52 19 12 99

Second Team 2009 season statistics
Pos Name, School AVG R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB-AT FLD%
C Patrick Reardon, RPI .409 61 79 22 1 10 54 7-10 .966
1B Mike Celenza, Salisbury .469 62 75 12 1 12 57 0-0 .997
2B Ian Sanders, Franklin .408 52 69 17 2 10 59 5-9 .941
3B Eric Groff, Keystone .447 60 76 15 6 13 55 19-19 .896
SS Tim Tepe, Rose-Hulman .489 57 87 21 6 7 58 2-3 .956
OF Alex Cowart, Adrian .447 46 71 18 4 4 46 15-18 1.000
OF Anthony D'Alfonso, S. Maine .438 52 77 17 3 9 76 3-5 .985
OF Brandon Pietrzyk, Buena Vista .447 51 71 12 5 8 57 27-30 .985
OF Matt Wyckoff, George Fox .447 68 84 18 2 11 71 20-22 .972
DH Kyle Wooden, Guilford .514 42 71 15 0 10 51 2-2 .000
UTL Jeremy Macklin, Texas Lutheran .456 53 77 17 3 12 67 9-9 .899

Pos Name, School ERA W-L SV IP H ER BB SO
P Zeb Engle, Ursinus 1.87 9-0 0 81.2 72 17 28 91
P Wayde Kitchens, Chapman 2.19 6-1 1 61.2 44 15 18 71
P Andy Lowe, Heidelberg 1.34 3-1 9 53.2 36 8 12 61
P Pete McDaniel, Ithaca 2.76 8-1 0 71.2 63 22 15 52
P Brett Repard, Keystone 2.24 9-0 0 60.1 51 15 9 51
UTL Jeremy Macklin, Texas Lutheran 1.99 6-1 1 45.1 32 10 16 46

Third Team 2009 season statistics
Pos Name, School AVG R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB-AT FLD%
C Marcus Magister, Grove City .443 43 54 9 1 13 52 3-4 .964
1B Kyle Stalker, Willamette .455 33 45 5 0 15 52 1-1 .990
2B Andrew Fatse, West. New England .467 44 68 9 7 4 68 6-9 .946
3B Cameron Cimino, Marietta .443 57 81 19 3 11 47 6-6 .928
SS Jeff Toth, New Jersey .483 55 85 19 5 8 49 16-19 .922
OF Matt Hart, Worcester State .426 54 69 13 4 14 34 27-27 .956
OF Andrew Miller, Salisbury .406 67 67 13 0 9 46 28-28 .983
OF Hunter Owen, Millsaps .387 47 73 16 1 13 52 15-20 .971
OF Jared Smith, Texas-Dallas .369 63 66 12 0 23 71 15-16 .982
DH Regan Dixon, Hardin-Simmons .354 43 58 12 2 16 56 0-1 .989
UTL John Lunardi, Susquehanna .415 42 49 9 0 8 22 11-13 .992

Pos Name, School ERA W-L SV IP H ER BB SO
P Brandon Aich, Kean 2.25 3-0 10 40.0 31 10 15 38
P Dave Filak, Oneonta 2.36 6-1 0 53.1 30 14 27 88
P Brett Hinson, Mississippi College 3.63 10-2 0 91.2 92 37 24 105
P Josh Simons, Shenandoah 3.79 5-0 0 57.0 54 24 14 51
P Matt Schuld, St. Thomas 3.40 10-1 1 90.0 79 34 31 83
UTL John Lunardi, Susquehanna 1.60 7-2 0 62.0 43 11 9 51

Honorable Mention
C: Bobby Barrett, Suffolk, Ian Lee, St. Joseph’s (Maine); 1B: Will Hawkins, Millsaps; 2B: Gar Keen, Heidelberg; Wes White, Waynesburg; 3B: Melvin Castillo, Eastern Connecticut; Tristan Phillips, Chapman; SS: Chris Burleson, Southern Maine; OF: Andrew Fuiten, Webster; Joseph Villegas, Mary Hardin-Baylor; Jon Olla, Concordia (Wisc.); DH: Sean Munley, Wheaton (Mass.); Jordon Ott, Cal Lutheran; UTL: Pat Moran, St. Joseph’s (Maine); John Semel, Chapman; P: Brett Holland, Texas-Tyler; Adian Kummet, St. Scholastica; Nolan Nicholson, Redlands; Brad Orosey, Texas Lutheran, Trace Ruffie, Carthage.

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Americans
« Reply #137 on: May 20, 2009, 01:13:36 am »
John Lunardi was also a D3football.com All-American as well.

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Americans
« Reply #139 on: May 20, 2009, 07:27:38 am »
d-nut--i agree...Emr, was by far the best player in the south regional...taking nothing away from brashears...its a shame to see only the salisbury guys get the recognition...all americans step up when it matters, and Emr--along with the shendo boys did that...the salisbury boys did not.

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Americans
« Reply #140 on: May 20, 2009, 10:08:47 am »
No love for Jeff Perkins from Keene state college??? Stat line of
J. Perkins..........  .453  41-41   150  57  68  12   6   2  49   98  .653  38   7  10   0  .574   2   0  14-19

Numbers that stick out to me...
As a leadoff hitter on the 2nd best offense in the country his OBP is .574,
His batting average of .453
Scored 57 runs and drove in 49 from the lead-off spot. 

Pretty outstanding numbers for a lead-off hitter, clearly the kid that got that high octane offense going day in and day out, oh and he was a rock in CF defensively

Just saying that he prob should of been on the honorable mention list at least

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Americans
« Reply #141 on: May 20, 2009, 10:51:16 am »
What about Mondo from RPI

11-3 92 ip 93 k's second in the nation in wins, ranked in every category for pitchers by the NCAA

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Americans
« Reply #142 on: May 20, 2009, 06:22:50 pm »
Mondo's numbers do look like they would put him on the bubble- his ERA puts him towards the bottom but his stats do compete with some guys on the list.

Perkins simply doesnt have the power or RBI numbers to make the list

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Americans
« Reply #143 on: May 20, 2009, 06:34:51 pm »
d-nut--i agree...Emr, was by far the best player in the south regional...taking nothing away from brashears...its a shame to see only the salisbury guys get the recognition...all americans step up when it matters, and Emr--along with the shendo boys did that...the salisbury boys did not.

I think ? you have to be recognized as ALL-CONFERENCE before you can be recognized for ALL-REGION and ALL-AMERICAN.  SU got slighted in the ALL-USA-SOUTH selections with just 1 making 1st or 2nd team with Josh Simons.

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Americans
« Reply #144 on: May 20, 2009, 08:36:34 pm »
^^^ unless things shave changed recently, the only requirements are for the ABCA awards.  You have to be FIRST Team ABCA All-Region to be awarded any type of All-American mention (first, second, third team).  You don't HAVE to be an all-conference selection, but it would make sense that the athletes selected to all-conference teams would get much more consideration.

As far as the d3baseball.com teams go, you would have to get clarification on the requirements from Ralph, Jim, or someone whose involved.  My guess is that there aren't any requirements...but that's just my guess.  ;)
« Last Edit: May 20, 2009, 08:38:58 pm by mideastfan2 »

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Americans
« Reply #145 on: May 20, 2009, 10:20:03 pm »
One for the record books...or maybe two or three


http://www.chapmanathletics.com/sports/bsb/2008-09/news/0520

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Americans
« Reply #146 on: May 21, 2009, 03:28:57 pm »
Congrats to Shawn and Mel for thier All- American recognition!!!!!!

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Re: BB: 2009 All-Americans
« Reply #147 on: May 22, 2009, 09:28:37 am »
Anybody attend the All-American banquest last night in Appleton? I am curious to know the ABCA All-American teams to see how they stack up against the D3baseball.com teams.
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Re: BB: 2009 All-Americans
« Reply #148 on: May 22, 2009, 04:18:18 pm »
It looks like the 2008 list was posted after the Championships were completed at the end of May.
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