Schaus Named First-Team All-ACC


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Sophomore outfielder Jeff Schaus was named First-Team All-ACC in 2008. The team was compiled by a vote of the 12 ACC head coaches. Schaus was one of five first-team outfielders and was the lone Tiger to earn First or Second-Team All-ACC honors.


Schaus, a graduate of Barron Collier High School in Naples, FL, is hitting .337 with 12 doubles, one triple, 11 homers, 43 RBIs, nine stolen bases and a .440 on-base percentage thanks to tallying 37 walks against only 18 strikeouts in 208 at-bats. He is tied for the team-lead in homers and leads the team in on-base percentage.


Another important reason for his first-team selection is the fact that he hit a team-high .367 with a .445 on-base percentage thanks to 14 walks against only 10 strikeouts in ACC regular-season games.


2009 ALL-ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASEBALL TEAMS
 
FIRST TEAM
Name               Cl.         Position            School
Tony Sanchez       Jr.          Catcher            Boston College
Dustin Ackley      Jr.         First Base          North Carolina  
Phil Gosselin      So.      Second Base            Virginia
Kyle Seager        Jr.        Third Base           North Carolina
Tyler Cannon       Jr.         Shortstop           Virginia
Jeff Schaus        So.          Outfield           Clemson
Tyler Holt         So.          Outfield           Florida State
Luke Murton        Sr.          Outfield           Georgia Tech
Jeff Rowland       So.          Outfield           Georgia Tech
Dan Grovatt        So.          Outfield           Virginia
Jarrett Parker     So.          Outfield           Virginia
Danny Hultzen      Fr.      Utility (1B/SP)        Virginia
Andrew Wolcott     Sr.     Starting Pitcher        Duke
Deck McGuire       So.    Starting Pitcher         Georgia Tech
Alex White         Jr.     Starting Pitcher        North Carolina
Sean Gilmartin     Fr.     Starting Pitcher        Florida State
Kyle Bellamy       Jr.      Relief Pitcher         Miami  
 
SECOND TEAM
Name               Cl.         Position            School
Yasmani Grandal    So.          Catcher            Miami                                                  
Nate Freiman       Sr.        First Base           Duke
Tony Plagman       Jr.         First Base          Georgia Tech
Jason Stidham      Jr.      Second Base            Florida State
Scott Lawson       Jr.      Second Base            Miami
Mickey Wiswall     So.        Third Base           Boston College
Derek Dietrich     So.         Shortstop           Georgia Tech
Stephen Cardullo   Jr..         Shortstop          Florida State
Steve Domecus      Jr.           Outfield          Virginia Tech
Robbie Anston      Jr.           Outfield          Boston College
Jeremy Gould       Jr.           Outfield          Duke
Mike Belifore      Jr.      Utility (1B/RP)        Boston College
Mike McGee         So.     Utility (OF/SP)         Florida State
Adam Warren        Sr.     Starting Pitcher        North Carolina
Chris Hernandez    So.    Starting Pitcher         Miami
Jimmy Gillheeney   Jr.     Starting Pitcher        NC State
Brian Moran        Jr.      Relief Pitcher         North Carolina
           
Player of the Year – Dustin Ackley, North Carolina
 
Pitcher of the Year – Deck McGuire, Georgia Tech
 
Freshman of the Year – Danny Hultzen, Virginia
 
Coach of the Year – Mike Martin, Florida State

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