Kyle Parker named a Second-Team All-American


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MORGANTOWN, W. Va. – Several candidates for the prestigious Dick Howser Trophy highlight the 15th Annual
Pro-Line Athletic National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association All-America Team announced Wednesday.

Among the 58 standouts on the three units, there are student-athletes from 20 different conferences and 11 conference
championships teams. The three All-America squads are also made up of 14 conference Players of the Year and 11
conference Pitchers of the Year winners.

Members of this year’s team lead the nation in 12 different categories, including runs (Nate Roberts, High Point, 88),
doubles per game (Ryan Soares, George Mason, 0.60), triples per game (Zack MacPhee, Arizona State, 0.25), home
runs (Jordan Ribera, Fresno State, 27), RBIs per game (C.J. Cron, Utah, 1.65), walks (Michael Choice, UT Arlington,
76), slugging percentage (Paul Hoilman, ETSU, .860), on-base percentage (Roberts, .573), earned run average (John
Stilson, Texas A&M, 0.80), wins (Matt Purke, TCU, 14), saves (Kevin Arrico, Virginia, 18) and strikeouts per nine
innings (Chase Ruffin, Texas, 13.49).

The three finalists for the 24th Annual Dick Howser Trophy, as voted upon by NCBWA members and awarded since
1987, will be announced on Saturday, June 19, in Omaha at 10 a.m. (CDT) at the Rosenblatt Stadium Media Room.
The Dick Howser Trophy recipient will be named during the College Baseball Awards Show on July 2 at the United
Spirit Center in Lubbock, Texas, on MLB.com.

Previous Pro-Line Athletic NCBWA All-America teams from 1996-2009 have featured the likes of P Stephen
Strasburg of San Diego State, OF J.D. Drew of Florida State, P-DH Jason Jennings of Baylor, 1B Mark Teixeira of
Georgia Tech, RHP Mark Prior of Southern California, SS Khalil Greene of Clemson, SS-2B Rickie Weeks of
Southern and P David Price of Vanderbilt (all current Major Leaguers), among others.

Pro-Line Athletic, owned by Badger Sport, supplies the cap and uniforms to several Division I college teams. This is
the sixth season Pro-Line has sponsored the NCBWA's Players of the Week and the NCBWA All-American team. The
sponsorship provides for plaques to be awarded to each of the weekly winners, the All-American team members and
other promotional consideration. For more information about Pro-Line or Badger Sports, visit their Web sites at
prolineathletic.com and badgersport.com.

Founded in 1962, the NCBWA is dedicated to the advancement of college baseball. Membership is open to writers,
broadcasters and publicists of the sport. For more information about the NCBWA, visit the association's official Web
site, www.ncbwa.com.


FIRST TEAM
Pos.  Name                                Year  AVG   OBP   SLG   AB    R  H   HR   RBI BB   SO SB
C  Yasmani Grandal, Miami                 Jr.   .401  .527  .721  222   56 89  15   60  57   35 1
1B Hunter Morris, Auburn                  Jr.   .386  .455  .743  272   66 105 23   76  26   50 6
2B Zack MacPhee, Arizona State            So.   .394  .491  .679  221   66 87  9    64  40   38 19
3B Anthony Rendon, Rice                   So.   .394  .530  .801  226   83 89  26   85  65   22 14
SS Christian Colon, Cal State Fullerton   Jr.   .358  .447  .631  268   73 96  17   68  34   18 13
OF Jeremy Baltz, St. John's               Fr.   .396  .479  .771  240   64 95  24   85  28   44 6
OF Michael Choice, Texas-Arlington        Jr.   .383  .568  .704  196   67 75  16   59  76   54 12
OF Taylor Dugas, Alabama                  So.   .395  .525  .523  243   70 96  2    37  59   21 19
DH Chris Duffy, Central Florida           Sr.   .447  .539  .850  206   54 92  21   81  33   35 3
UT Mike McGee, Florida State              Jr.   .328  .443  .584  238   58 78  15   68  44   50 5
               
                                          Year  W  L  ERA   G  CG SV IP    H     BB SO    AVG
SP Seth Blair, Arizona State              Jr.   12 0  3.35  17 0  0  102   105   24 104   .269
SP Barret Loux, Texas A&M                 Jr.   11 2  2.83  17 1  0  105   78    34 136   .202
SP Drew Pomeranz, Mississippi             Jr.   9  2  2.24  16 0  0  101   71    49 139   .195
SP Chris Sale, Florida Gulf Coast         Jr.   11 0  2.01  17 2  2  103   83    14 146   .218
RP Chance Ruffin, Texas                   Jr.   6  1  1.11  37 0  14 63    42    19 97    .180
UT Mike McGee, Florida State              Jr.   4  0  1.37  18 0  12 26    11    16 33    .125


SECOND TEAM
Pos.  Name                                Year  AVG   OBP   SLG   AB    R  H   HR   RBI BB   SO SB
C  Micah Gibbs, Louisiana State           Jr.   .388  .458  .592  245   47 95  10   60  29   31 7
1B Ricky Oropesa, Southern California     So.   .353  .434  .711  235   53 83  20   67  33   51 7
2B Ryan Wright, Louisville                So.   .366  .413  .638  254   61 93  16   80  20   26 10
3B Garrett Buechele, Oklahoma             So.   .371  .452  .645  248   54 92  16   64  19   45 3
SS Jedd Gyorko, West Virginia             Jr.   .381  .472  .750  236   71 90  19   57  43   24 1
OF Gary Brown, Cal State Fullerton        Jr.   .438  .485  .695  210   63 92  6    41  9    12 32
OF Tyler Holt, Florida State              Jr.   .352  .468  .628  247   82 87  12   46  56   47 30
OF Kyle Parker, Clemson                   Jr.   .353  .481  .672  235   82 83  20   64  53   55 4
DH Zack Cox, Arkansas                     Jr.   .429  .505  .609  238   67 102 9    48  34   37 11
UT Kolbrin Vitek, Ball State              Jr.   .361  .445  .691  233   73 84  17   68  33   36 16
               
                                          Year  W  L  ERA   G  CG SV IP    H     BB SO    AVG
SP Trevor Bauer, UCLA                     So.   10 3  3.02  16 1  0  116   111   37 141   .252
SP Danny Hultzen, Virginia                So.   10 1  2.83  15 1  0  99    69    23 114   .192
SP Taylor Jungmann, Texas                 So.   8  3  2.03  17 1  0  120   88    41 129   .209
SP Matt Purke, Texas Christian            Fr.   14 0  3.23  18 1  0  103   84    28 133   .219
RP John Stilson, Texas A&M                So.   9  1  0.80  33 0  10 79    51    23 114   .181
UT Kolbrin Vitek, Ball State              Jr.   3  4  3.28  13 1  3  80    76    20 60    .252

THIRD TEAM
Pos.  Name                                Year  AVG   OBP   SLG   AB    R  H   HR   RBI BB   SO SB
C  C.J. Cron, Utah                        So.   .431  .487  .817  197   55 85  20   81  17   23 0
1B Paul Hoilman, East Tenn. State         Jr.   .421  .526  .860  235   79 99  25   84  51   41 1
2B Garrett Wittels, Florida International So.   .413  .463  .541  242   47 100  2   60  22   19 4
3B Phil Wunderlich, Louisville            Jr.   .355  .434  .691  256   54 91  21   62  21   18 12
SS Derek Dietrich, Georgia Tech           Jr.   .350  .457  .650  240   68 84  17   61  28   37 8
OF Alex Dickerson, Indiana                So.   .419  .472  .805  236   62 99  24   75  20   35 3
OF Rico Noel, Coastal Carolina            Jr.   .349  .466  .592  238   83 83  12   63  41   43 56
OF Nate Roberts, High Point               Jr.   .416  .573  .746  209   88 87  19   69  53   35 36
DH A.J. Kirby-Jones, Tennessee Tech       Jr.   .388  .531  .859  206   64 80  26   71  58   53 0
UT Brett Eibner, Arkansas                 Jr.   .333  .446  .718  216   66 72  22   71  39   55 3
                   
                                          Year  W  L  ERA   G  CG SV IP    H     BB SO    AVG
SP Kyle Blair, San Diego                  Jr.   8  4  2.84  15 2  0  98    79    28 126   .218
SP Gerrit Cole, UCLA                      So.   10 3  3.25  17 0  0  108   76    49 138   .195
SP Noe Ramirez, Cal State Fullerton       So.   12 1  2.54  16 2  0  106   92    19 119   .229
SP Asher Wojciechowski, The Citadel       Jr.   12 3  3.58  17 3  0  126   111   32 155   .233
RP Neil Holland, Louisville               Jr.   8  1  2.08  29 0  17 56    30    16 59    .160
UT Brett Eibner, Arkansas                 Jr.   3  5  4.34  15 0  1  58    65    11 56    .273

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