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Brad Boyer Garners Baseball America Freshman All-America Honors
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Release: 06/17/2003
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June 17, 2003

TUCSON, Ariz.- Arizona third baseman Brad Boyer continued to reap in postseason honors when Baseball America named the first-year Wildcat to its first team freshman All-America squad on Tuesday.

Boyer, who also garnered freshman All-America honors from Collegiate Baseball and was Arizona's first-ever freshman named All-Pac-10 this season, broke first-year records at Arizona for hits (83), runs (71), doubles (16), triples (8) and stolen bases (24). He finished the season with a .351 batting average, fifth-best for any freshman in school history.

Boyer joins Ben Diggins and Shelley Duncan as the only first-year players at Arizona to be named first team freshman All-Americans by Baseball America. Both Diggins and Duncan were honored after the 1999 season. Former Wildcat Marc Kaiser garnered second team freshman honors after the 2001 season.

First Team

Pos.

Player, School

AVG

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

C

Jeff Clement, Southern California

.298

208

53

62

8

1

21

53

1

1B

Stephen Head, Mississippi

.337

208

31

70

10

2

6

44

1

2B

Justin Turner, Cal State Fullerton

.321

212

36

68

8

1

0

35

13

3B

Brad Boyer, Arizona

.351

239

71

84

16

8

5

47

25

SS

Ryan Braun, Miami

.374

230

60

86

16

3

17

74

12

OF

Daniel Carte, Winthrop

.345

203

56

70

20

1

12

53

9

OF

Dan Dorn, Cal State Fullerton

.366

164

45

60

11

3

7

54

5

OF

Brent Lillibridge, Washington

.388

183

49

71

16

1

13

47

9

DH

Brett Hayes, Nevada

.365

233

48

85

16

2

8

63

8

UT

Micah Owings, Georgia Tech

.307

209

43

64

11

2

15

42

2


Pos.

Player, School

W

L

ERA

G

SV

IP

H

BB

SO

SP

Mike Pelfrey, Wichita State

10

2

2.49

17

0

105

80

15

98

SP

Glen Perkins, Minnesota

10

2

2.91

15

0

105

100

23

117

SP

Michael Rogers, N.C. State

12

3

3.02

17

0

125

122

34

113

SP

Mark Romanczuk, Stanford

12

0

3.39

20

2

104

85

43

77

RP

Joey Devine, N.C. State

6

3

2.19

36

14

66

49

16

78

UT

Micah Owings, Georgia Tech

9

3

3.99

17

0

88

84

21

58

Second Team

Pos.

Player, School

AVG

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

C

Taylor Teagarden, Texas

.310

184

24

57

10

2

5

39

0

1B

Adam Lind, South Alabama

.349

209

50

73

15

2

8

42

1

2B

David Uribes, Pepperdine

.330

230

45

76

11

1

2

28

7

3B

Gaby Sanchez, Miami

.329

231

60

76

21

1

7

56

7

SS

Tyler Greene, Georgia Tech

.316

228

48

72

8

2

8

43

19

OF

Travis Buck, Arizona State

.326

239

59

78

13

3

4

46

12

OF

Jacoby Ellsbury, Oregon State

.330

206

56

68

10

3

7

33

14

OF

Matt Sutton, UNC Wilmington

.317

227

43

72

16

2

12

50

11

DH

Ben Zeskind, Richmond

.366

213

49

78

13

3

6

40

17

UT

Brian Bogusevic, Tulane

.321

193

35

62

10

4

4

36

2


Pos.

Player, School

W

L

ERA

G

SV

IP

H

BB

SO

SP

Erik Averill, Arizona State

8

2

3.66

20

0

86

87

19

61

SP

J.R. Crowel, Tulane

8

1

3.40

17

0

106

106

33

73

SP

Justin Meier, Louisiana State

8

3

2.83

16

1

95

95

25

62

SP

Dustin Miller, Cal State Fullerton

9

2

3.03

17

0

95

96

23

92

RP

Matt Manship, Stanford

2

4

3.54

22

9

53

42

22

45

UT

Brian Bogusevic, Tulane

3

2

3.41

13

0

34

38

12

26

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