Collegiate Baseball Freshmen All-Americans 0

TUCSON, Ariz. — The 2022 Collegiate Baseball Freshmen All-American team, powered by Diamond Sports, features a wealth of baseball talent.

The squad is headed by Collegiate Baseball’s National Co-Freshmen Players of The Year in DH Tommy White (N.C. State) and RHP Chase Burns (Tennessee)

Here is the 2022 Collegiate Baseball Freshmen All-American team.

Starting Pitchers

RHP Chase Burns (Tennessee): Collegiate Baseball’s Co-National Freshman Player of The Year, he was a second team Southeastern Conference selectin and member of the All-Freshmen team in the SEC.

Burns posted an 8-1 record, 2.69 ERA and struck out 98 batters with 24 walks over 73 2/3 innings.

LHP Ryan Feczko (Davidson): A second team Atlantic-10 pick and Rookie of The Year in the league, Feczko had a 10-0 record, 3.21 ERA and struck out 60 batters with 20 walks over 73 innings.

RHP Drue Hackenberg (Virginia Tech.): A first team ACC pick and member of the ACC All-Freshmen team, Hackenberg posted a 10-2 record, 2.83 ERA and struck out 80 batters with 15 walks over 86 innings.

RHP Ryan Gallagher (U.C. Santa Barbara): Named Freshman Pitcher of The Year in the Big West and a second team Big West pick, Gallagher was 8-0 with a 3.00 ERA and struck out 60 batters with 28 walks over 78 innings.

RHP Jacob Kmatz (Oregon St.): Kmatz posted an 8-1 record, 3.89 ERA and struck out 64 batters with 19 walks over 74 innings.

LHP Blake Morgan (Old Dominion): Named Freshman of The Year in Conference USA and a first team all-league pick, he was 8-0 with a 1.69 ERA and struck out 66 batters with only 8 walks in 69 1/3 innings.

LHP Devin Futrell (Vanderbilt): A member of the SEC All-Freshmen team, Futrell struck out 60 batters with 11 walks over 57 1/3 innings and posted an 8-3 record with a 3.77 ERA.

LHP Carter Holton (Vanderbilt): Holton posted an 8-3 record, 3.15 ERA and struck out 92 batters with 29 walks over 74 1/3 innings. He was a member of the SEC All-Freshmen team.

RHP Daniel Avita (Grand Canyon): Named Pitcher of The Year in the WAC and Freshman of The Year in the league, Avita struck out 107 batters with 16 walks and posted an 8-4 record and 3.59 ERA in 82 2/3 innings.

RHP Drew Beam (Tennessee): A second team SEC selection and member of the All-Freshmen SEC squad, Beam posted an 8-1 record, 2.60 ERA and fanned 60 batters with 17 walks over 72 2/3 innings.

RHP Ian Cooke (Connecticut): Cooke had a 7-1 record, 3.33 ERA and struck out 50 batters with 15 walks over 48 2/3 innings. He also posted 1 save.

RHP Landon Gartman (Memphis): A first team American Athletic selection and Newcomer Pitcher of The Year in the league, Gartman was 7-1 with a 3.56 ERA and struck out 94 batters with 29 walks over 86 innings.

LHP Shea Sprague (Elon): A first team Colonial Athletic Association pick and Co-Rookie of The Year in the league, Sprague posted a 6-3 record, 1.89 ERA and struck out 41 batters with 13 walks over 62 innings.

LHP Garrett Horn (Liberty): A second team Atlantic Sun pick and member of the All-Freshmen team in the league, Horn was 6-1 with a 1.93 ERA and fanned 80 batters with 24 walks over 51 1/3 innings.

RHP RJ Sales (N.C. Wilmington): A first team Colonial Athletic Association pick and member of the All-Rookie team in the league, Sales was 6-1 with a 3.52 ERA and struck out 59 batters with 37 walks.

LHP Vincent Spizzoucco (Central Connecticut St.): Named Rookie of The Year in the Northeast Conference and a second team All-League pick, he posted a 6-2 record, 3.77 ERA, 3 saves and fanned 61 batters with 21 walks over 57 1/3 innings.

LHP Zach Garcia (Texas A&M-Corpus Christi): A second team Southland pick, he posted a 6-3 record with 2 saves, 3.86 ERA and struck out 65 batters with 19 walks over 67 2/3 innings.

LHP Hagen Smith (Arkansas): An All-Freshmen SEC selection, Smith struck out 74 batters with 37 walks and posted a 6-2 record and 4.85 ERA over 66 2/3 innings.

LHP Jack Findlay (Notre Dame): Fidlay posted a 5-2 record, 2.31 ERA and struck out 39 batters with 11 walks over 35 innings.

LHP Hunter Elliott (Mississippi): A member of the SEC All-Freshmen team, Elliott struck out 82 batters with 30 walks in 17 appearances and 9 starts. He posted a 3-3 record and 3.17 ERA.

Relief Pitchers/Closers

Alonzo Tredwell (UCLA): A first team Pac-12 pick, Tredwell posted 6 saves, 3-1 record, 2.14 ERA and struck out 56 batters with 5 walks over 42 innings in 23 appearances.

Ethan Flanagan (UCLA): A first team Pac-12 selection, Flanagan fanned 72 batters with 25 walks in 24 appearances as he posted a 3-0 record with 2 saves and a 3.51 ERA.

Ryan Brown (Oregon St.): A first team Pac-12 pick, Brown posted 9 saves, 4-1 record and struck out 33 batters with 12 walks over 29 1/3 innings.

Dylan Ray (Alabama): An All-Freshmen SEC pick, Ray posted 8 saves in 18 appearances and struck out 49 batters with 15 walks and had a 4.60 ERA.

Landon Kruer (Navy): Kruer posted 7 saves, 2-1 record and 1.89 ERA over 19 innings as he struck out 17 batters in 16 appearances.

Peyton Consigli (Canisius): Named the Relief Pitcher and Rookie of The Year in the MAAC, he posted 7 saves, 4-2 record, 3.15 ERA and struck out 53 batters with 21 walks in 22 appearances.

Carter Lovasz (William & Mary): A second team Colonial Athletic Association pick and member of the All-Rookie team, Lovasz had 5 saves, 2-1 record, 2.94 ERA and struck out 41 batters with 12 walks in 16 appearances.

Brady Tygart (Arkansas): A member of the All-Freshmen SEC team, Tygart posted 8 saves, 2.62 ERA and fanned 48 batters with 17 walks over 20 appearances.

Matt Ager (U.C. Santa Barbara): A second team Big West pick, Ager posted 5 saves, 2-0 record, 2.92 ERA and fanned 41 batters with 22 walks over 23 appearances.

Andrew Ronne (East Tennessee St.): A member of the All-Freshmen team in the Southern Conference, Ronne was 5-0 with a 2.97 ERA in 18 appearances and had 31 strikeouts with 18 walks.

Blake Purnell (Florida): Purnell posted 4 saves, 3-3 record and 2.50 ERA over 35 appearances and fanned 39 batters with 14 walks.

Brody Brecht (Iowa): A member of the Big Ten All-Freshmen team, Brecht fanned 44 batters with 25 walks over 22 2/3 innings and 17 appearances with a 3.18 ERA. His fastball was clocked at 101 mph.

Ryan Harland (Louisiana Tech.): A second team Conference USA pick and member of the All-Freshmen team in the league, Harland was 3-0 with a 3.27 ERA and struck out 46 batters with 6 walks over 18 appearances.

Cade Austin (South Carolina): Austin posted a 5-2 record with 2 saves, 3.17 ERA and struck out 55 batters with 19 walks over 27 appearances.

Matt McShane (Saint Joseph’s): McShane was 6-0 with 2 saves and a 2.40 ERA as he fanned 51 batters with 16 walks over 20 appearances.

Dominic Stagliano (Stetson): A member of the Atlantic Sun All-Freshmen team, Stagliano was 5-0 with 2 saves, 3.21 ERA and struck out 55 batters with 12 walks over 18 appearances.

Jay Woolfolk (Virginia): Woolfolk posted a 3-0 record, 3.00 ERA and struck out 53 batters with 19 walks over 27 appearances.

Ryan Brown (Ball St.): Named Freshman Pitcher of the Year in the Mid-American Conference and a second team selection, Brown was 4-2 with a 2.14 ERA and struck out 65 batters with 38 walks over 20 appearances.

Catchers

Owen Carapellotti (Georgetown): A member of the Big East All-Freshmen team, Carapellotti belted 18 doubles, 8 homers and hit .282 with 38 RBI.

Ryan Stafford (Cal. Poly): A first team Big West pick, Stafford hit 16 doubles, 3 homers and collected 33 RBI as he hit .321.

Hudson White (Texas Tech.): Named Freshman of The Year in the Big 12 and a second team All-League selection, White hit .265 with 6 homers, 10 doubles and 39 RBI.

Canyon Brown (N.C. A&T): A member of the Big South All-Freshmen team and an Honorable Mention All-League pick, Brown hit .276 with 7 homers, 10 doubles, 3 triples and 36 RBI.

Andrew Sundean (Central Florida): A second team American Athletic selection, Sundean hit .378 with 4 homers, 6 doubles and 22 RBI.

First Basemen

Donovan Cash (Kennesaw St.): Named Freshman of The Year in the Atlantic Sun and a second team All-League pick, he hit .356 with 10 homers, 20 doubles and 57 RBI.

Jacob Walsh (Oregon): Walsh hit .299 with 18 doubles, 6 homers and 38 RBI.

Nick Kurtz (Wake Forest): A third team ACC pick and member of the All-Freshmen ACC team, Kurtz hit .356 with 15 homers, 14 doubles and 54 RBI.

Brock Tibbitts (Indiana): A member of the All-Freshmen team in the Big Ten, Tibbitts hit .266 with 13 doubles, 9 homers and 43 RBI.

Breck Nowik (Illinois-Chicago): A second team Horizon pick and member of the All-Freshmen team in the league, Nowik hit .335 with 14 doubles, 9 homers and 42 RBI.

Blake Burke (Tennessee): A member of the SEC All-Freshmen team, Burke hit .358 with 12 homers, 3 doubles and 30 RBI.

Second Basemen

Ethan Gourson (UCLA): Gourson hit .294 with 22 doubles, 3 homers and 42 RBI as he swiped 7 of 8 bases.

Travis Bazzana (Oregon St.): A first team Pac-12 selection, Bazzana hit .315 with 14 doubles, 4 homers, 4 triples and 42 RBI. He also swiped 9 of 11 bases.

Nolan Tucker (Valparaiso): Named a first team Missouri Valley Conference selection, Tucker hit .365 with 14 doubles, 1 homer and 17 RBI.

Logan Beard (Louisville): A member of the All-Freshmen team in the ACC, Beard hit .309 with 11 doubles, 4 homers and 48 RBI.

Third Basemen

Josh Pyne (Indiana): Named to the All-Freshmen team in the Big Ten, Pyne hit .327 with 20 doubles, 6 homers and 57 RBI.

Nick Wang (Holy Cross): Named Rookie of The Year in the Patriot League, Wang hit .369 with 18 doubles, 3 homers and 21 RBI. He reached base in 37 consecutive games.

Anthony DePino (Rhode Island): A member of the Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team, DePino hit .281 with 16 homers, 9 doubles and 39 RBI. He set a new program record for walks with 41.

Randall Diaz (Indiana St.): Diaz hit .304 with 17 doubles, 7 homers and 37 RBI.

Cade McGee (Gonzaga): Named Freshman of The Year in the West Coast Conference, he also was an Honorable Mention pick in the league as he hit .300 with 15 doubles, 10 homers and 30 RBI.

Payton Green (N.C. State): Green hit .256 with 12 doubles, 7 homers and 39 RBI. He also was 10-for-10 in stolen bases.

Luke Heefner (Dallas Baptist): Named Freshman of The Year in the Missouri Valley Conference and a second team All-League pick, Heefner hit .293 with 11 doubles, 7 homers and 28 RBI. He also swiped 11 of 14 bases.

Carson DeMartini (Virginia Tech.): Named to the All-Freshmen team in the ACC, DeMartini hit .333 with 13 homers, 12 doubles and 39 RBI.

Shortstops

Cody Schrier (UCLA): A first team Pac-12 selection, Schrier hit .293 with 18 doubles, 9 homers and 28 RBI. He swiped 11 of 15 bases.

Caleb Ketchup (Lipscomb): Named Defensive Player of The Year in the Atlantic Sun and a member of the All-Freshmen team in the league, Ketchup hit .284 with 15 doubles, 5 homers and 24 RBI. He stole 32 of 35 bases.

Austin St. Laurent (Appalachian St.): Named Freshman of The Year in the Sun Belt, St. Laurent hit .305 with 13 doubles, 4 homers, 3 triples and 25 RBI.

Nick Rodriguez (Charleston Southern): Rodriguez hit .384 with 5 doubles, 1 homer and 18 RBI in only 73 at-bats. He also was 4-for-4 in stolen bases.

Outfielders

Keaton Anthony (Iowa): Named Freshman of The Year in the Big Ten and a second team All-League pick, Anthony hit .361 with 22 doubles, 14 homers and 55 RBI.

Dylan Nevar (Western Michigan): Named Freshman of the Year in the Mid-American Conference, Nevar hit .325 with 20 doubles, 11 homers and 49 RBI.

Vance Honeycutt (North Carolina): A third team ACC selection and member of the All-Freshmen team in the league, Honeycutt hit .279 with 19 homers, 9 doubles, 4 triples and 44 RBI. He also was 28-for-32 in stolen bases.

Cam Fisher (Charlotte): A second team Conference USA pick and member of the All-Freshmen team, Fisher hit .288 with 18 homers, 17 doubles and 60 RBI.

Tommy Barth (East Tennessee St.): Named Freshman of The Year in the Southern Conference and a first team All-League pick, Barth hit .369 with 16 doubles, 6 homers and 38 RBI.

OF Hunter Hines (Mississippi St.): Named to the All-Freshmen team in the SEC, Hines hit .300 with 16 homers, 13 doubles and 52 RBI.

Kennedy Jones (N.C. Greensboro): A second team pick in the Southern Conference and an All-Freshmen selection, Jones hit .374 with 16 doubles, 11 homers, 4 triples and 73 RBI.

Carson Paetow (Southern Mississippi): An All-Freshmen selection in Conference USA, Paetow hit .291 with 15 doubles, 13 homers and 45 RBI.

Carter Mathison (Indiana): A member of the All-Freshmen Big Ten team, Mathison hit .273 with 19 homers, 11 doubles and 58 RBI. He also was 8-for-10 in stolen bases.

Enzo Apodaca (Gonzaga): An Honorable Mention pick in the West Coast Conference and a member of the All-Freshmen team in the league, Apodaca hit .272 with 19 doubles, 3 homers, 2 triples and 43 RBI. He also was 8-for-12 in stolen bases.

Jaime Ferrer (Florida St.): Named to the All-Freshmen team in the ACC, Ferrer hit .315 with 16 doubles, 8 homers and 39 RBI.

Casey Saucke (Virginia): A member of the All-Freshmen ACC team, Saucke hit .356 with 14 doubles, 7 homers, 3 triples and 44 RBI.

Spencer Nivens (Missouri St.): A second team Missouri Valley selection, Nivens hit .352 with 12 doubles, 9 homers and 48 RBI.

Mark Wolbert (U.C. Davis): A first team Big West pick, he was also named Freshman of The Year in the league as he hit .351 with 10 doubles, 2 homers, 3 triples and 15 RBI.

Tyler Sorrentino (College of Charleston): Named Co-Rookie of The Year in the Colonial Athletic Association and a second team All-League pick, Sorrentino hit .284 with 8 doubles, 4 triples, 1 homer and 32 RBI. He also swiped 15 of 18 bases.

Jacob Humphrey (UMass Lowell): A second team selection in the America East and All-Rookie pick, Humphrey was second in the nation with 46 stolen bases in 47 attempts. He hit .337 with 2 homers, 6 doubles, 3 triples and 23 RBI. He scored 50 runs with an on-base percentage of .456.

OF AJ Guerrero (Washington): Guerrero hit 10 homers with 14 doubles and 42 RBI for the Huskies as he started 56 games and hit .299.

Designated Hitters

Tommy White (N.C. State): Named Collegiate Baseball’s Co-Freshmen National Player of The Year, White had a remarkable season as he belted 27 home runs with 12 doubles and 74 RBI as he hit .362 with 85 hits.

He was a first team ACC selection as well as Freshman of The Year in the league. His 27th home run broke the NCAA freshman record.

It was a record that stood for 32 years and was previously held by Georgia Southern’s Todd Green in 1990.

Evin Sullivan (Binghamton): Named Rookie of The Year in the America East and a first team All-League selection, he hit .350 with 14 doubles, 7 homers and 41 RBI.

Caleb Lomavita (California): A first team Pac-12 pick, Lomavita hit .272 with 10 doubles, 7 homers and 46 RBI. He also was 15-for-17 in stolen bases.

Jeremiah Jenkins (Maine): A second team America East pick, Jenkins hit .284 with 7 homers, 7 doubles, 3 triples and 27 RBI.

Jacob Tobias (Arizona St.): A first team Pac-12 selection, Tobias hit .273 with 9 doubles, 7 homers and 29 RBI.

Multiple Position Athletes

Braden Montgomery (Stanford): Named Freshman of The Year in the Pac-12, Montgomery hit .301 with 16 homers, 15 doubles and 49 RBI. As a pitcher, he posted 2 saves in 14 appearances and struck out 25 batters in 17 innings.

Noah Sullivan (S.C. Upstate): Named Freshman of The Year in the Big South and a second team All-League selection, Sullivan hit .303 with 9 doubles, 3 homers and 42 RBI. As a pitcher, he was 6-0 with a 3.31 ERA and struck out 26 batters with 11 walks over 32 2/3 innings.

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