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2022 D1Baseball.com Freshman All-Americans

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• FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Tennessee’s Chase Burns

Freshman of the Year Chase Burns headlines the 2022 D1Baseball Freshman All-America teams. Burns, who stepped right into the Friday night starter role for a Tennessee team that went on to become an SEC juggernaut, finished the season 8-2, 2.91 with 103 strikeouts against 25 walks in 80.1 innings. He is one of two Volunteers to earn first-team Freshman All-America honors, as rotationmate Drew Beam (the SEC Freshman of the Year) joins him.

Virginia Tech and UCLA also placed two players apiece on the first team. Third baseman Carson DeMartini and ace righty Drue Hackenberg earned first-team honors for the Hokies, while shortstop Cody Schrier and closer Alonzo Tredwell landed on the first team for the Bruins. Virginia had one player on the first team (outfielder Casey Saucke) and one on the second team (reliever Jay Woolfolk).

College World Series heroes Cade Horton (Oklahoma) and Hunter Elliott (Ole Miss) played their way onto the first team with their postseason exploits.

D1Baseball’s editors and national writers determine the All-America teams.

First Team

Pos.Name, SchoolAVG/OBP/SLGOPSAB2B3BHRRBIBBSOSB
CHudson White, Texas Tech.260/.369/.395.76421511064035374
1BNick Kurtz, Wake Forest.338/.471/.6371.108204141155648382
2BRoc Riggio, Oklahoma State.295/.413/.519.932210140114734582
3BCarson DeMartini, Virginia Tech.341/.452/.6591.111205143155035635
SSCody Schrier, UCLA.298/.383/.492.875258211942315311
OFKeaton Anthony, Iowa.361/.455/.6781.133202220145528400
OFVance Honeycutt, North Carolina.296/.409/.6721.0812471042557419029
OFCasey Saucke, Virginia.360/.438/.5911.02918616374623626
DHTommy White, NC State.362/.425/.7571.182235120277423501
UTCade Horton, Oklahoma.234/.323/.324.6471456211714358
Pos.NameWLERAAPPGSSVIPBBSOOBA
SPDrew Beam, Tennessee812.7216150762162.186
SPChase Burns, Tennessee822.911714080.125103.216
SPDrue Hackenberg, Virginia Tech1023.301716092.21987.259
SPCarter Holton, Vanderbilt843.141515080.129970192
SPHunter Elliott, Ole Miss532.70201208034102.201
RPJack Findlay, Notre Dame622.17208449.21654.194
RPAlonzo Tredwell, UCLA412.11250647662.195
UTCade Horton, Oklahoma524.861411053.21564.267

Second Team

Pos.Name, SchoolAVG/OBP/SLGOPSAB2B3BHRRBIBBSOSB
COwen Carapellotti, Georgetown.282/.396/.552.94816318183824510
1BDonovan Cash, Kennesaw State.357/.417/.560.977252210106024460
2BTravis Bazzana, Oregon State.306/.425/.478.903245164644456214
3BCade McGee, Gonzaga.298/.393/.514.907208150103124422
SSCaleb Ketchup, Lipscomb.284/.378/.428.806208150524293532
OFJacob Jenkins-Cowart, East Carolina.330/.367/.549.916233101136516566
OFKennedy Jones, UNC Greensboro.367/.420/.5941.014251164117320425
OFCarter Mathison, Indiana.273/.393/.6081.001209111195836598
DHHunter Hines, Mississippi State.300/.393/.600.993210131165229580
UTBraden Montgomery, Stanford.294/.361/.596.957245162185718736
Pos.NameWLERAAPPGSSVIPBBSOOBA
SPDaniel Avitia, Grand Canyon854.061512084.119111.227
SPRyan Feczko, Davidson1003.2115150732060.223
SPBlake Morgan, Old Dominion801.691613069.1866.216
SPLandon Gartman, Memphis713.5615131862994.175
SPJuaron Watts-Brown, Long Beach State443.681512073.129111.194
RPBrady Tygart, Arkansas343.82240837.22151.212
RPJay Woolfolk, Virginia302.87280037.22055.211
UTBraden Montgomery, Stanford025.79153218.22128.182

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john sonedecker
1 month ago

Trey Lipsey, outfielder from The Ohio State University deserved to be on the All Freshman First or Second Team. Better than player from Indiana. Watch Trey in 2023!
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