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Patrick Mazeika was named to the Baseball America Freshman All-America team on Monday.
by: David S. Williams
Mazeika Completes Freshman AA Trifecta
Courtesy: Stetson University  
Release:  07/01/2013
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Stetson University first baseman Patrick Mazeika completed a post-season trifecta on Monday when he was named to the Baseball America Freshman All-America team.

Mazeika was previously named to the Louisville Slugger and National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) Freshman All-American teams.

The Baseball America team was led by Freshman of the Year Alex Bregman, a shortstop for Louisiana State. Bregman also won Southeastern Conference freshman of the year honors and was named a Baseball America first-team All-American.

North Carolina leads all teams with three players on the Baseball American team, all on the first team. Cal State Fullerton placed two players on the first team.

The teams were selected by the staff of Baseball America.

Mazeika, who was named the A-Sun Freshman of the Year in addition to being the first team All-Conference selection at first base, was named to the first team. He finished his first season at Stetson with a .382 average to go with three homers, 11 doubles and 33 RBI.

2013 Baseball America Freshman All-America Team  

Pos. FIRST TEAM AVG OBP SLG AB R H HR RBI SB  
C Mitch Ghelfi, Wisconsin-Milwaukee .322 .380 .473 146 18 47 3 19 6  
1B Patrick Mazeika, Stetson .382 .488 .495 212 38 81 3 33 1  
2B Ian Happ, Cincinnati .322 .451 .483 205 41 66 6 36 25  
3B Xavier Turner, Vanderbilt .324 .387 .370 219 40 71 0 36 22  
SS Alex Bregman, Louisiana State .369 .417 .546 282 59 104 6 52 16  
OF Skye Bolt, North Carolina .349 .499 .550 169 42 59 6 47 10  
OF Joe McCarthy, Virginia .336 .469 .453 223 48 75 4 51 11  
OF D.J. Stewart, Florida State .364 .469 .560 225 50 82 5 59 8  
DH Landon Lassiter, North Carolina .348 .498 .449 207 67 72 1 26 8  
UT Jacob Cronenworth, Michigan .320 .386 .429 203 33 65 2 41 12  
  Pitchers W L ERA G SV IP H BB SO BAA
SP Thomas Eshelman, Cal State Fullerton 12 3 1.48 17 0 116 86 3 83 .204
SP Justin Garza, Cal State Fullerton 12 0 2.03 17 0 115 84 17 95 .205
SP Cole Irvin, Oregon 12 3 2.48 16 0 116 105 22 60 .248
SP Andrew Moore, Oregon State 14 2 1.79 19 1 131 93 28 72 .207
RP Trent Thornton, North Carolina 9 1 1.29 23 6 70 47 12 60 .185
UT Jacob Cronenworth, Michigan 0 3 1.93 15 7 23 23 5 24 .261
                       
Pos. SECOND TEAM AVG OBP SLG AB R H HR RBI SB  
C Ryan Hissey, William & Mary .281 .349 .346 228 37 64 1 36 2  
1B Carl Wise, College of Charleston .321 .453 .606 137 32 44 10 30 3  
2B Max Schrock, South Carolina .282 .381 .419 227 40 64 6 39 14  
3B Tyler France, San Diego State .317 .417 .450 218 28 69 5 36 1  
SS Edwin Rios, Florida International .332 .412 .548 217 42 72 9 52 2  
OF Jacob Hanneman, Brigham Young .344 .415 .553 215 53 74 5 29 14  
OF Austin Listi, Dallas Baptist .285 .382 .505 214 37 61 9 46 5  
OF Tate Matheny, Missouri State .336 .396 .459 229 40 77 4 26 4  
DH Robby Nesovic, UC Santa Barbara .326 .405 .439 187 28 61 4 33 1  
UT Corbin Olmstead, North Florida .307 .348 .373 150 20 46 0 19 1  
  Pitchers W L ERA G SV IP H BB SO BAA
SP Matthew Crownover, Clemson 7 3 2.19 15 0 70 64 17 45 .249
SP Kevin Duchene, Illinois 9 1 2.79 18 0 81 78 34 68 .262
SP Jimmy Herget, South Florida 6 2 1.72 15 0 94 62 27 60 .193
SP Ryan Kellogg, Arizona State 11 1 3.15 16 0 103 96 17 54 .246
RP Jake Matthys, Kansas State 9 2 2.05 34 9 61 46 9 44 .205
UT Corbin Olmstead, North Florida 4 1 2.81 21 6 42 42 7 44 .275


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