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Georgia’s Charlie Condon leads 2023 D1Baseball Freshman All-Americans

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Freshman of the Year Charlie Condon headlines the 2023 D1Baseball Freshman All-America teams.

Condon, a redshirt freshman outfielder/first baseman for Georgia, was the SEC Freshman of the Year. He led all Division I freshmen in OPS (1.280) and home runs (25) while hitting .386 with 66 RBIs. For more on Condon, check out Joe Healy’s excellent profile of him from March.

Talented freshmen played a big role in leading TCU to the College World Series, and the Horned Frogs lead all schools with three freshman All-Americans. Ace Kole Klecker and stopper Ben Abeldt made the first team, and shortstop Anthony Silva cracked the second team. NC State, Northeastern and Jacksonville have two freshman All-Americans apiece.

D1Baseball editors and national writers select the freshman All-America teams.


First Team

Pos.Name, SchoolAVG/OBP/SLGOPSABR2BHRRBIBBSOSB
CCaden Bodine, Coastal Carolina.366/.454/.6061.0602166517114734211
1BAnthony Martinez, UC Irvine.389/.466/.6111.0782345419116025270
2BBlake Cyr, Miami.305/.427/.6201.0472005012176337700
3BColby Shelton, Alabama.299/.418/.7251.1432044910255133610
SSWehiwa Aloy, Sacramento State.376/.427/.6621.0892346915144615442
OFCam Cannarella, Clemson.388/.462/.5601.0222507216747333924
OFCharlie Condon, Georgia.386/.484/.8001.2842106110256633450
OFEthan Petry, South Carolina.376/.471/.7331.2042215510237533594
DHJace Laviolette, Texas A&M.288/.421/.6281.04922650102165517520
UTDJ Newman, Bowling Green.383/.481/.495.97610728511120239
Pos.NameWLERAAPPGSSVIPBBSOOBA
SPAiven Cabral, Northeastern942.581916083.21469.244
SPEvan Chrest, Jacksonville822.681515090.23698.249
SPDominic Fritton, NC State343.59179362.22475.210
SPKole Klecker, TCU1043.721917096.23072.216
SPJacob Mayers, Nicholls912.021515075.258105.175
RPBen Abeldt, TCU343.603212552471.237
RPJames Tallon, Duke111.6423012331154.185
UTDJ Newman, Bowling Green323.49153028.1533.250

Second Team

Pos.Name, SchoolAVG/OBP/SLGOPSABR2BHRRBIBBSOSB
CMalcolm Moore, Stanford.311/.386/.564.9502575020156321503
1BIke Irish, Auburn.361/.429/.546.975238482465026453
2BCade Kurland, Florida.297/.404/.555.9592637517175026644
3BKevin Bazzell, Texas Tech.348/.452/.5721.0242505524106245322
SSAnthony Silva, TCU.330/.416/.471.8872275311750233317
OFGrant Jay, Dallas Baptist.317/.445/.7511.1971895717216236727
OFCam Maldonado, Northeastern.353/.434/.6421.07621545131345305532
OFNolan Schubart, Oklahoma State.338/.451/.6671.1172165520177443751
DHCannon Peebles, NC State.352/.456/.6971.1531423011125027290
UTMitch Voit, Michigan.267/.338/.439.77718728973218500
Pos.NameWLERAAPPGSSVIPBBSOOBA
SPKyler Carmack, Arkansas State533.231612069.23760.242
SPChristian Coppola, Rutgers553.6813130662771.240
SPJustin Mitrovich, Elon743.681413063.22166.257
SPParker Puetz, North Dakota State302.5116101611747.202
SPEli Zielinski, Jacksonville602.93990462256.237
RPHudson Barrett, UC Santa Barbara511.922144613282.195
RPAJ Russell, Tennessee200.89241030.1747.095
UTMitch Voit, Michigan413.251915361225.235
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