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All-American Teams College - Collegiate Baseball Newspaper

PRESS RELEASE

For Immediate Release: Friday, May 31, 2002

"LOUISVILLE SLUGGER'S" ALL-AMERICAN BASEBALL TEAMS

TUCSON, Ariz. — The Louisville Slugger NCAA Division I All-American baseball teams were announced today which have a potent mix of pitching and offense.
 
The 17-man first team, chosen by performances up to regional playoffs and picked by the staff of Collegiate Baseball newspaper, features 12 conference players or pitchers of the year, including:
 
• LHP Justin Simmons, Texas (Pitcher of Year Big 12 Conference)
• RHP Jeremy Guthrie, Stanford (Pitcher of Year Pac-10 Conference)
• RHP Bryan Bullington, Ball State (Pitcher of Year Mid-American Conference)
• RHP John Tetuan, Wichita State (Pitcher of Year Missouri Valley Conference)
• RHP Brad Sullivan, Houston (Pitcher of Year Conference USA)
• RHP Tim Stauffer, Richmond (Pitcher of Year Atlantic 10 Conference)
• C Jed Morris, Nebraska (Player of Year Big 12 Conference)
• 1B Nate Gold, Gonzaga (Player of Year West Coast Conference)
• 2B Rickie Weeks, Southern (Player of Year Southwestern Athletic Conference)
• SS Khalil Greene, Clemson (Player of Year Atlantic Coast Conference)
• OF Steve Stanley, Notre Dame (Player of Year Big East Conference)
• OF Bob Malek, Michigan State (Player of Year Big Ten Conference)
 
The first team features six starting pitchers who posted a combined 69-8 record with an ERA of 2.16. Ball State's Bryan Bullington leads first team All-American pitchers with 139 strikeouts. Richmond's Tim Stauffer posted an amazing 12 complete games in 16 starts this season.
 
The offense features power, line drive hitters and speed. The first team belted 175 homers (average 18.5 per player). Seven hit 21 or more doubles this season. As far as speed, Notre Dame's Steve Stanley led first teamers with 31.
 
The first team also features Collegiate Baseball’s National Player of The Year in SS Khalil Greene of Clemson. Greene's .475 batting average is second in Atlantic Coast Conference history for a single season. He also belted 22 homers and 25 doubles during a mammoth offensive season. He has re-written the Clemson and ACC record books. He ranks first in ACC history and second in NCAA history with 384 career hits. He enters regional action with a 27-game hitting streak, third longest in Clemson history.
 
The following are the first, second and third team Louisville Slugger All-Americans for the 2002 season.
Complete statistics on each of the players accompany this release.
 
FIRST TEAM
LHP — Justin Simmons, Texas (14-1, 2.11 ERA, 71 K, 30 BB)
RHP — Jeremy Guthrie, Stanford (10-1, 2.52 ERA, 115 K, 27 BB)
RHP — Bryan Bullington, Ball St. (11-3, 2.84 ERA, 139 K, 18 BB)
RHP — John Tetuan, Wichita St. (10-0, 1.76 ERA, 68 K, 28 BB)
RHP — Brad Sullivan, Houston (10-1, 2.18 ERA, 134 K, 42 BB)
RHP — Tim Stauffer, Richmond (14-2, 1.58 ERA, 128 K, 29 BB)
Relief — Dave Bush, Wake Forest (7-1, 1.69 ERA, 13 SV, 53 K, 10 BB)
C — Jed Morris, Nebraska (.376, 20 HR, 23 2B, 77 RBI)
1B — Nate Gold, Gonzaga (.333, 33 HR, 17 2B, 76 RBI)
2B — Rickie Weeks, Southern (.500, 19 HR, 14 2B, 94 RBI, 10 SB)
SS — Khalil Greene, Clemson (.475, 22 HR, 25 2B, 75 RBI, 14 SB)
3B — Ryan Barthelemy, Florida St. (.379, 17 HR, 24 2B, 90 RBI)
OF — Steve Stanley, Notre Dame (.442, 15 2B, 31 RBI, 31 SB)
OF — Joey Gomes, Santa Clara (.408, 10 HR, 31 2B, 51 RBI)
OF — Bob Malek, Michigan St. (.402, 16 HR, 21 2B, 66 RBI, 16 SB)
DH — Gabe Veloz, New Mexico St. (.412, 15 HR, 26 2B, 91 RBI)
UT — Chris Maples, North Carolina (.356, 22 HR, 23 2B, 74 RBI, 16 SB)
 
SECOND TEAM
RHP — Ryan Bicondoa, Western Kentucky
LHP — Abe Alvarez, Long Beach St.
LHP — Ricky Barrett, San Diego
LHP — Matt Lynch, Florida St.
RHP — Kyle Sleeth, Wake Forest
RHP — Philip Humber, Rice
Relief — Blake Taylor, South Carolina
C — Chris Westervelt, Stetson
C — Alberto Concepcion, Southern California
1B — Brad Eldred, Florida International
1B — Yaron Peters, South Carolina
2B — James Jurries, Tulane
3B — Lee Curtis, College of Charleston
SS — Drew Meyer, South Carolina
OF — Mike Arbinger, Ohio
OF — Anthony Bocchino, Marist
OF — Ryan McGraw, Coastal Carolina
UT — Ben Fritz, Fresno St.
 
THIRD TEAM
LHP — Kyle Bakker, Georgia Tech.
RHP — Lance Cormier, Alabama
LHP — Andy Dickinson, Illinois
RHP — Alex Hart, Florida
LHP — Lane Mestepey, Louisiana St.
RHP — Steven Herce, Rice
RHP — Matt Durkin, San Jose St.
RHP — Scooter Michael, N.C. Greensboro
RHP — Steve Reba, Clemson
Relief — Huston Street, Texas
Relief — Royce Ring, San Diego St.
Relief — Randy Corn, The Citadel
C — Tony Richie, Florida St.
C — David Castillo, Oral Roberts
1B — Vincent Sinisi, Rice
1B — Kelly Hunt, Bowling Green
1B — Michael Johnson, Clemson
1B — Justin Owens, Coastal Carolina
1B — Dave Jensen, Brigham Young
1B — Eddie Kim, James Madison
2B — Brian Burgamy, Wichita St.
2B — Tim Moss, Texas
2B — Eric Patterson, Georgia Tech.
2B — Luke Appert, Minnesota
3B — Antoin Gray, Southern
3B — Pat Osborn, Florida
3B — Mark Schramek, Texas-San Antonio
3B — Jeff Baker, Clemson
SS — Wes Timmons, Bethune-Cookman
SS — Matt Craig, Richmond
SS — Jared Boyd, Maryland-Baltimore County
OF — Curtis Granderson, Illinois-Chicago
OF — Adam Greenberg, North Carolina
OF — Brian Wright, North Carolina St.
OF — Sam Fuld, Stanford
 
First Team
   Pitchers
Pos Player School W L ERA G GS CG SV

IP

H BB

SO

LHP Justin Simmons Texas 14 1 2.11 16 16 4 0

110.6

82 30

71

RHP Jeremy Guthrie Stanford 10 1 2.52 16 16 4 0

121.3

108 27

115

RHP Bryan Bullington Ball St. 11 3 2.84 15 13 3 0

104.6

88 18

139

RHP John Tetuan Wichita St. 10 0 1.76 15 12 2 1

82.0

54 28

68

RHP Brad Sullivan Houston 10 1 2.18 15 15 3 0

103.3

61 42

134

RHP Tim Stauffer Richmond 14 2 1.58 18 16 12 0

131.0

97 29

128

Relief Dave Bush Wake Forest 7 1 1.69 38 0 0 13   53.3 41 10   53
   Position Players
Pos Player School AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
C Jed Morris Nebraska .376 242 63 91 23 1 20 77 24 20 4
1B Nate Gold Gonzaga .333 228 59 76 17 0 33 76 20 40 1
2B Rickie Weeks Southern .500 190 80 95 14 12 19 94 30 18 10
SS•• Khalil Greene Clemson .475 242 79 115 25 1 22 75 39 20 14
3B Ryan Barthelemy Florida St. .379 269 71 102 24 4 17 90 27 32 6
OF Steve Stanley Notre Dame .442 231 67 102 15 3 1 31 35 8 31
OF Joey Gomes Santa Clara .408 238 54 97 31 1 10 51 12 35 3
OF Bob Malek Michigan St. .402 219 66 88 21 3 16 66 21 23 16
DH Gabe Veloz New Mexico St. .412 226 73 93 26 1 15 91 49 46 1
UT* Chris Maples North Carolina .356 253 60 90 23 1 22 74 20 26 16

 

Second Team
   Pitchers
Pos Player School

W

L ERA G GS

CG

SV

IP

H BB

SO

RHP Ryan Bicondoa W. Kentucky

11

2 2.55 17 16

5

1

123.6

106 23

150

LHP Abe Alvarez Long Beach St.

12

2 2.55 16 16

0

0

95.3

86 26

85

LHP Ricky Barrett San Diego

10

1 3.38 18 17

2

1

114.3

112 48

97

LHP Matt Lynch Florida St.

13

1 3.08 18 18

3

0

117.0

116 24

87

RHP Kyle Sleeth Wake Forest

13

0 2.80 16 16

2

0

109.3

103 41

99

RHP Philip Humber Rice

11

1 2.50 16 14

2

0

101.0

76 38

121

Relief Blake Taylor South Carolina    5 1 2.12 30 0 0 19 63.6 51 31 60
   Position Players
Pos Player School AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO

SB

C Chris Westervelt Stetson .392 227 61 89 16 0 16 43 32 33

2

C Alberto Concepcion Southern Calif. .383 214 56 82 20 4 11 46 25 50

3

1B Brad Eldred Fla. International .364 209 65 76 9 0 29 70 38 37   9
1B Yaron Peters South Carolina .376 229 67 86 19 0 21 81 37 28

4

2B James Jurries Tulane .408 228 75 93 16 4 20 74 42 41

29

3B Lee Curtis Charleston .409 225 67 92 11 9 15 65 29 31

21

SS Drew Meyer South Carolina .387 274 76 106 20 5 6 36 22 42

36

OF Mike Arbinger Ohio .417 192 62 80 15 2 20 57 36 30

4

OF Anthony Bocchino Marist .449 196 63 88 23 9 9 55 32 18

17

OF Ryan McGraw Coastal Carolina .384 224 71 86 10 1 5 43 37 36

61

UT* Ben Fritz Fresno St. .283 230 47 65 17 0 10 54 27 27   0

 

Third Team
   Pitchers
Pos Player School

W

L ERA G GS

CG

SV

IP

H BB

SO

LHP Kyle Bakker Georgia Tech.

10

2 3.66 16 16

2

0

110.6

117 21

94

RHP Lance Cormier Alabama

10

3 3.24 16 16

6

0

122.3

129 26

80

LHP Andy Dickinson Illinois

11

2 2.83 18 17

6

0

114.6

111 22

107

RHP Alex Hart Florida

13

2 3.24 16 16

0

0

105.6

72 52

76

LHP Lane Mestepey Louisiana St.

11

3 2.64 17 16

7

0

126.3

127 17

65

RHP Steven Herce Rice

11

2 3.14 14 13

4

0

94.6

88 20

78

RHP Matt Durkin San Jose St.

11

2 2.55 21 10

4

1

95.3

81 21

84

RHP Scooter Michael N.C. Greensboro

12

1 2.96 27 11

3

3

100.3

93 21

86

RHP Steve Reba Clemson

12

2 3.83 16 15

1

0

98.6

101 40

76

Relief Huston Street Texas

4

1 0.96 29 0

0

9

37.3

20 5

41

Relief Royce Ring San Diego St.

5

1 1.85 36 0

0

17

39.0

29 13

54

Relief Randy Corn The Citadel 1 0 1.37 39 0 0 13 59.0 33 16    7
   Position Players
Pos Player School AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
C Tony Richie Florida St. .333 225 53 75 17 2 11 68 14 44 1
C David Castillo Oral Roberts .385 210 51 81 23 0 12 76 27 23 4
1B Vincent Sinisi Rice .433 240 58 104 22 2 9 73 27 19 9
1B Kelly Hunt Bowling Green .402 214 69 86 14 1 22 84 20 14 4
1B Michael Johnson Clemson .387 225 50 87 16 1 20 69 43 42 10
1B Justin Owens Coastal Carolina .422 199 58 84 21 2 11 58 28 31 30
1B Dave Jensen Brigham Young .393 244 55 96 26 0 10 64 31 32 11
1B Eddie Kim James Madison .422 223 47 94 23 1 12 72 33 36 9
2B Brian Burgamy Wichita St. .393 229 66 90 15 2 3 52 48 28 24
2B Tim Moss Texas .384 255 61 98 15 7 1 36 20 41 36
2B Eric Patterson Georgia Tech. .354 223 64 79 13 2 3 33 35 36 36
2B Luke Appert Minnesota .361 208 55 75 16 1 14 43 28 20 9
3B Antoin Gray Southern .464 196 88 91 18 2 19 77 36 25 3
3B Pat Osborn Florida .409 230 59 94 14 1 14 61 33 34 6
3B Mark Schramek Texas-San Antonio .416 202 63 84 16 2 11 49 23 31 1
3B Jeff Baker Clemson .338 222 62 75 8 2 22 75 35 45 16
SS Wes Timmons Bethune-Cookman .422 206 77 87 22 1 10 60 41 11 40
SS Matt Craig Richmond .371 221 62 82 19 3 17 76 32 29 18
SS Jared Boyd Md.-Balt. County .404 208 58 84 32 3 7 52 30 31 3
OF Curtis Granderson Illinois-Chicago .483 207 76 100 23 4 9 45 32 24 17
OF Adam Greenberg North Carolina .346 243 76 84 16 7 17 57 44 42 35
OF Brian Wright North Carolina St. .418 232 72 97 26 2 14 73 46 19 10
OF Sam Fuld Stanford .396 250 60 99 19 3 6 43 21 27 8
  * Pitching Statistics For Multiple-Position Players
Pos Player School W L ERA G GS CG SV

IP

H

BB SO
RHP Chris Maples North Carolina 0 3 2.57 19 0 0 4

21.0

15

14 23
RHP Ben Fritz Fresno St. 9 5 3.24 16 16 7 0

119.3

99

36 98
  •• National Player Of The Year
 
Collegiate Baseball
Players Of The Year
2002: SS Khalil Greene
Clemson University
2001: RHP Mark Prior
Univ. of Southern Calif.
2000: RHP Kip Bouknight
Univ. of South Carolina
1999: UT Jason Jennings
         Baylor University
1998: OF Kevin Mench
         Univ. of Delaware
1997: J.D. Drew
         Florida State University
1996: RHP Kris Benson,
         Clemson University
1995: 1B/P Todd Helton,
         Tennessee &
         OF/P Mark Kotsay,
         Cal. St. Fullerton
1994: P/1B Ryan Jackson
         Duke University
1993: P/OF Brooks Kieschnick,
         Univ. of Texas
1992: P Lloyd Peever,
         Louisiana State Univ.
1991: P Bobby Jones,
         Fresno State Univ.
1990: OF Mike Kelly,
         Arizona State Univ.
1989: P Ben McDonald,
         Louisiana State &
         UT Scott Bryant,
         Univ. of Texas
1988: P Andy Benes,
         Evansville University
1987: 3B Robin Ventura,
         Oklahoma State &
         1B Marteese Robinson,
         Seton Hall University
1986: P Greg Swindell,
         Univ. of Texas
1985: OF Pete Incaviglia,
         Oklahoma State Univ.
1984: OF Oddibe McDowell,
         Arizona State Univ.

 

 

 

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