2022 All-America Teams


• PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Texas’ Ivan Melendez

Texas slugger Ivan Melendez is the 2022 D1Baseball Player of the Year, headlining the D1Baseball All-America teams.

Melendez lead the nation with 32 home runs, the most by any player since the BBCOR bat standards were imposed in 2011. He also leads all of Division I with 90 RBIs and an .863 slugging percentage, and ranks second in OPS (1.387) behind Davidson catcher Michael Carico, a second-team All-American. And Melendez helped lead Texas back to the College World Series with a big three-run homer in the decisive game of the Greenville Super Regional.

Tennessee lands four players on the three All-America teams, most of any program. SEC Pitcher of the Year Chase Dollander makes the first team, while outfielder Drew Gilbert, third baseman Trey Lipscomb and righthander Chase Burns crack the third team.

Oregon State is the only program to place two players on the first team: outfielder Jacob Melton and ace Cooper Hjerpe. The Beavers also have a third-teamer in reliever Ben Ferrer.

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CWS Finalist Oklahoma also has three All-Americans: first-team shortstop Peyton Graham, second-team ace Jake Bennett and second-team closer Trevin Michael.

Texas, Cal Poly, Campbell, Maryland, Southern Miss, Texas A&M and Texas Tech each place two players on the All-America teams.

First Team

CKevin Parada, Georgia Tech.360/.452/.7091.1612581012688303211
1BIvan Melendez, Texas.387/.508/.8631.371248182329452511
2BJace Jung, Texas Tech.335/.481/.6121.093224181145759425
3BMax Wagner, Clemson.369/.496/.8521.348203151277645512
SSPeyton Graham, Oklahoma.344/.428/.6591.0872701742071286534
OFDylan Crews, LSU.349/.463/.6911.154249114227242565
OFWyatt Langford, Florida.355/.447/.7191.16625693266336447
OFJacob Melton, Oregon State.360/.424/.6701.0942612241783265121
DHSonny DiChiara, Auburn.381/.550/.7821.332202150225968550
UTPaul Skenes, Air Force.314/.412/.6341.046153100133821400
SPChase Dollander, Tennessee1002.39161407913108.175
SPTanner Hall, Southern Miss932.811917010914146.233
SPThomas Harrington, Campbell1222.531515092.218111.204
SPCooper Hjerpe, Oregon State1122.5318171103.123161.180
SPDrew Thorpe, Cal Poly1012.3215150104.225149.175
RPTristan Stivors, Texas State712.2132118611986.210
RPAndrew Walters, Miami011.652401432.2662.116
UTPaul Skenes, Air Force1032.731515085.23096.224

Second Team

CMichael Carico, Davidson.406/.559/.8431.402197211215746353
1BMatt Coutney, Old Dominion.376/.473/.8081.281229180277038543
2BChandler Simpson, Georgia Tech.433/.506/.5171.02320383125311627
3BTyler Locklear, VCU.402/.542/.7991.341224252207847256
SSZach Neto, Campbell.407/.514/.7691.2831992321550391919
OFChris Alleyne, Maryland.331/.422/.6731.0952631612479334124
OFBrock Jones, Stanford.324/.451/.6641.1152531352157557816
OFDylan Rock, Texas A&M.321/.472/.6421.1142151311862514716
DHBrooks Lee, Cal Poly.357/.462/.6641.126235251155546283
UTZach Agnos, East Carolina.330/.405/.4790.88426715274234669
SPJake Bennett, Oklahoma1033.6619181110.222123.234
SPJohn Michael Bertrand, Notre Dame1032.811818010921111.234
SPGabriel Hughes, Gonzaga833.21151509837138.209
SPRhett Lowder, Wake Forest1133.081616099.126105.239
SPJason Savacool, Maryland832.9317160107.228123.213
RPTrevin Michael, Oklahoma412.6631210712095.206
RPJacob Palisch, Texas A&M632.39290560.11273.230
UTZach Agnos, East Carolina302.31210323.1719.151

Third Team

CDaniel Susac, Arizona.366/.429/.5821.011273192126123520
1BTommy White, NC State.362/.425/.7571.182235120277423501
2BMurphy Stehly, Texas.367/.424/.6621.086278231196117438
3BJake Gelof, Virginia.377/.477/.7641.241212152218141493
SSTanner Schobel, Virginia Tech.362/.445/.6891.134235181197435407
OFEnrique Bradfield Jr., Vanderbilt.317/.415/.498.913243105836414046
OFDrew Gilbert, Tennessee.362/.455/.6731.128199214117033324
OFVance Honeycutt, North Carolina.296/.409/.6721.0812471042557419029
DHTrey Lipscomb, Tennessee.355/.428/.7171.145251193228426374
UTShemar Page, Grambling.351/.457/.6141.0711149632821191
SPBrandon Birdsell, Texas Tech932.75151508529106.216
SPChase Burns, Tennessee822.911714080.125103.216
SPAustin Peterson, Connecticut1133.8318170110.125147.239
SPParker Messick, Florida State753.381616098.218144.215
SPHurston Waldrep, Southern Miss623.20171709033140.213
RPBen Ferrer, Oregon State401.72241362.21478.176
RPWilliam Privette, College of Charleston310.912501259.11580.148
UTShemar Page, Grambling852.601515010434142.193