College Baseball Foundation announces inaugural All-American team

June 17th, 2019

LUBBOCK, Texas -- The College Baseball Foundation is proud to announce its inaugural All-American team, which features some of the top college baseball players from across the country.

After experiencing tremendous success from the Foundation's three postseason awards -- the Pitcher of the Year Award, the Brooks Wallace Shortstop of the Year Award and the John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award-- the Foundation is proud to recognize the finest players in the college game. These players have enjoyed great success with the spotlight on themselves and their teams, and have proven to be outstanding ambassadors to the college game.

The players were chosen from voting done by the Foundation's award committees.

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First Team

Catcher: Adley Rutschman, Jr., Oregon State
First base: Andrew Vaughan, Jr., California
Second base: Justin Foscue, Soph., Mississippi State
Third base: Josh Jung, Jr., Texas Tech
Shortstop: Grae Kessinger, Jr., Ole Miss
Outfield: Jordan Brewer, Jr., Michigan; Jake Mangum, Sr., Mississippi State; JJ Bleday, Jr., Vanderbilt
Designated hitter: Austin Martin, Soph., Vanderbilt
Utility: Aaron Schunk, Jr., Georgia
Starting pitcher: Ethan Small, Jr., Mississippi State; Ryan Garcia, Jr., UCLA; Noah Song, Sr., Navy
Relief pitcher: Jacob Wallace, Jr., Connecticut; Tyler Brown, Soph., Vanderbilt

Second Team

Catcher: Shea Langiliers, Jr., Baylor
First base: Spencer Torkelson, Soph., Arizona State
Second base: Cameron Cannon, Jr., Arizona
Third base: Kody Hoese, Jr., Tulane
Shortstop: Will Wilson, Jr., North Carolina State
Outfield: Jake Sanford, Jr., Western Kentucky; Hunter Bishop, Jr., Arizona State; Kevin Strohschein, Sr., Tennessee Tech
Designated hitter: Spenser Brickhouse, Jr., East Carolina
Utility: Tristin English, Jr., Georgia Tech
Starting pitcher: Alek Manoah, Jr., West Virginia; Nick Lodolo, Jr., TCU; Reid Detmers, Soph., Louisville
Relief pitcher: Jack Little, Jr., Stanford; Reeves Martin, Jr., New Orleans