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2005 Freshman All-America Teams

June 29, 2005

DURHAM, N.C.—Rice two-way standout Joe Savery leads the 2005 Baseball America All-Freshman team.

The 19-year-old from Lamar, Texas, made an impact for the Owls both as a starting pitcher and a first baseman. Savery recorded an 8-5 mark and lead Rice with a 2.43 ERA. He was named the Western Athletic Conference’s player of the year.

Four first year players from the Big 12 Conference made the team, including Adrian Alaniz, who earned two wins for Texas in the 2005 College World Series. With two players named to the team, the future looks bright for Tennessee, as the Volunteers’ battery of catcher J.P. Arencibia and lefthander James Adkins made the BA first team.

The teams were voted on by the staff of Baseball America.

FIRST TEAM

Pos.

Player, School

AVG

OBP

SLG

AB

R

H

HR

RBI

SB

C

J.P. Arencibia, Tennessee

.322

.379

.534

283

54

91

14

71

0

1B

Sean Doolittle, Virginia

.313

.391

.522

224

36

70

11

57

7

2B

Taylor Harbin, Clemson

.343

.369

.584

274

64

94

10

63

4

3B

Beau Mills, Fresno State

.319

.424

.699

216

54

69

22

63

7

SS

Todd Frazier, Rutgers

.295

.392

.505

220

61

65

9

36

19

OF

Corey Brown, Oklahoma State

.360

.496

.691

175

53

63

13

46

8

OF

Jacob Priday, Missouri

.305

.410

.511

223

53

68

9

67

8

OF

Steven Strausbaugh, Western Carolina

.367

.440

.596

218

46

80

12

51

1

DH

Matt Wieters, Georgia Tech

.366

.470

.581

227

53

83

10

68

1

UT

Joe Savery, Rice

.382

.471

.559

204

49

78

5

43

7

Player, School

W

L

ERA

SV

IP

H

BB

SO

AVG

SP

James Adkins, Tennessee

10

5

3.32

0

127

107

51

135

.229

SP

Adrian Alaniz, Texas

8

3

2.67

0

108

93

39

94

.235

SP

Johnny Dorn, Nebraska

12

2

2.16

1

104

75

21

76

.199

SP

John Ely, Miami (Ohio)

10

2

2.87

1

103

82

20

108

.216

RP

Mickey Storey, Florida Atlantic

10

1

1.70

7

95

78

23

82

.220

UT

Joe Savery, Rice

8

5

2.43

1

118

104

37

129

.239

SECOND TEAM

C—Andrew Walker, Texas Christian (.310-11-38). 1B—Justin Baum, Pacific (.332-17-45). 2B—Jordan Pacheco, New Mexico (.408-15-52). 3B—Brad Emaus, Tulane (.321-13-56). SS—Darwin Barney, Oregon State (.301-2-44). OF—Matt Hague, Washington (.419-8-34); Kody Kaiser, Oklahoma (.305-10-34, 13 SB); Danny Payne, Georgia Tech (.284-3-40, 24 SB). DH—Chris Johnson, Stetson (.383-8-52). UT—Cole White, Army (.331-10-32; 7-1, 3.07).

SP—Kenn Kasparek, Texas (8-0, 2.10); David Price, Vanderbilt (2-4, 2.86; 92 SO/69 IP); Wes Roemer, Cal State Fullerton (7-3, 3.80); Nick Schmidt, Arkansas (7-2, 2.88). RP—David Robertson, Alabama (7-5, 2.92, 8 SV, 105 SO/74 IP).

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