Collegiate Baseball 2019 All-Americans

TUCSON, Ariz. — The 2019 Collegiate Baseball Pre-Season All-Americans, powered by Diamond Sports, feature a remarkable mix of talented NCAA Division I baseball players across the USA.

The first team All-Americans include five starting pitchers who struck out over 100 batters each last season. RHP Kyle Brnovich of Elon led all first teamers with 147 strikeouts.

C Adley Rutschman of Oregon St. is the projected National Player of The Year. He hit .408 with 22 doubles, 9 homers and 83 RBI last season for the Beavers. He caught 67 of 68 games and only allowed 17 stolen bases in 36 attempts. He is the favorite at this point to be the first pick in the 2019 MLB Draft.

The first team closer is Jack Little of Stanford who posted 16 saves with a 0.60 ERA. He struck out 58 batters over 45 1/3 innings and only walked 8.

On offense, 1B Spencer Torkelson of Arizona St. hit 25 homers to lead first team All-Americans and was closely followed by 1B Andrew Vaughn of California with 23. Vaughn had a remarkable season in 2018 as he hit .402 with 23 homers, 14 doubles, 63 RBI and only struck out 18 times in 54 games.

Defending national champion Oregon St. leads all schools with four pre-season All-Americans.

For complete stats of all 2019 Collegiate Baseball Pre-Season All-Americans, CLICK HERE.

The Collegiate Baseball Pre-Season All-Americans for 2019, powered by Diamond Sports, include:

LHP Mason Feole (Connecticut)
RHP Andre Pallante (U.C. Irvine)
RHP Kevin Abel (Oregon St.)
RHP Kyle Brnovich (Elon)
LHP Drew Parrish (Florida St.)
Relief Jack Little (Stanford)
C  Adley Rutschman (Oregon St.)
1B Andrew Vaughn  (California)
1B Spencer Torkelson (Arizona St.)
2B Chase Strumpf (UCLA)
3B Josh Jung (Texas Tech.)
SS Nick Grande (Stony Brook)
OF Jake Mangum (Mississippi St.)
OF Parker Phillips (Austin Peay St.)
OF Bryant Packard (East Carolina)
DH Kevin Strohschein (Tennessee Tech.)
UT Matt Wallner (Southern Mississippi)                                             

RHP Sean Mooney (St. John’s)
LHP  Graeme Stinson (Duke)
RHP Patrick Fredrickson (Minnesota)
LHP  Nick Lodolo (Texas Christian)
LHP  Mitchell Senger (Stetson)
RHP Ricky DeVito (Seton Hall)
LHP  Ken Waldichuk (St. Mary’s)
RHP Caleb Kilian (Texas Tech.)
RHP Bryce Fehmel (Oregon St.)
RHP Kenyon Yovan          (Oregon)
LHP  Sean Mellen (Northeastern)
RHP Drake Fellows (Vanderbilt)
Relief Parker Caracci (Mississippi)
Relief Zach Schneider (Florida Atlantic)
Relief Connor Sechler (Missouri St.)
Relief Casey Legumina (Gonzaga)
Relief Mac McCarty (Va. Commonwealth)
C Shea Langeliers (Baylor)
C Drew Millas (Missouri St.)
C Nic Gaddis (Jacksonville St.)
1B Nic Ready (Air Force)
1B Logan Wyatt (Louisville)
2B Cory Wood (Coastal Carolina)
2B Zach Biggers (Navy)
3B Drew Mendoza (Florida St.)
SS Will Wilson (N.C. State)
OF Gabe Holt (Texas Tech.)
OF Jeremy Ydens (UCLA)
OF Ryan Ward (Bryant)
UT Matt Lloyd (Indiana)                                        

LHP Cody Bradford (Baylor)
RHP Noah Song (Navy)
RHP Matt Eardensohn ( Coastal Carolina)
RHP Tanner Burns  (Auburn)
RHP Brendan Beck (Stanford)
RHP John Baker (Ball St.)
LHP  Samuel Strickland (Samford)
Relief Chris Mauloni   (Jacksonville)
Relief Max Meyer (Minnesota)
Relief Jake Mulholland (Oregon St.)
Relief Caden O’Brien (North Carolina)
Relief T.J. Stuart (Manhattan)
Relief Nick Robino (Wagner)
C Justin Bardwell (Fordham)
C Nic Kahle (Washington)
1B Rudy Rott (Ohio)
1B Trevor Snyder (Morehead St.)
1B Michael Toglia (UCLA)
1B Zach Biermann (Coastal Carolina)
2B Le Bassett (Mercer)
2B Michael Massey (Illinois)
2B Bryan Arias (Texas-San Antonio)
3B Brylie Ware (Oklahoma)
3B Nick Quintana (Arizona)
3B Drew Frederic (Troy)
SS Bryson Stott (Nevada-Las Vegas)
SS Logan Davidson (Clemson)
SS Casey Martin (Arkansas)
OF Colin Simpson (Oklahoma St.)
OF Wil Dalton (Florida)
OF Ryan Olenek (Mississippi)
OF Daniel Cabrera (Louisiana St.)
OF Stephen Scott (Vanderbilt)
UT Casey Schmitt (San Diego St.)                                       

The Jan. 4, 2019 College Preview edition of Collegiate Baseball newspaper is now available which features top players from every NCAA Division I Conference and projected Players and Pitchers Of The Year in each league. 

Plus, this publication has an in-depth report on the top 40 pre-season teams in NCAA Division I, the top 80 draft eligible college players projected to be chosen in the top rounds of the 2019 MLB Draft next June and rundowns on each level of college baseball.

To purchase the Jan. 4, 2019 edition of Collegiate Baseball or subscribe, CLICK HERE.   

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