Hummel Named Louisville Slugger Division I All American

May 26, 2000
By ODU Athletics
TUCSON, AR. (May 26, 2000) -- Old Dominion junior shortstop Tim Hummel (Montgomery, NY) was named first team Louisville Slugger NCAA Division I All-American today as announced by Collegiate Baseball. The honor is the second such award bestowed upon the 2000 CAA Player and Defensive Player of the Year as he was previously voted first team All-American by Baseball Weekly.

Heading into this weekends NCAA Tournament first round at Clemson, SC, Hummel was batting .403 and leading the Monarchs in doubles (21), RBI (68), walks (58), slugging (.630) and on-base percentage (.520), and ranked second on the team in average, homers (8), hits (87) and stolen bases (21). Hummel is the first Monarch since George Sells (90) to be named first team All-American in baseball.

He is joined on the first team by All-CAA performers Cory Scott (East Carolina) and Jason Dubois (VCU).

TPX/Louisville Slugger Baseball All Americans (Collegiate Baseball) First Team
LHP 	Lenny DiNardo		Stetson
RHP	Kip Bouknight 		South Carolina (2000 Player of the Year)
RHP	Aaron Heilman		Notre Dame
RHP	Shane Komine		Nebraska
RHP	Adam Johnson		Cal. State Fullerton
RHP	Justin Wayne		Stanford
Relief	Cory Scott		East Carolina
C	Brad Cresse		LSU
1B	Todd Faulkner		Auburn
2B	Matt Easterday		Georgia Southern
SS	Tim Hummel		Old Dominion
3B	Mark Teixeira		Georgia Tech
OF	Bill Scott		UCLA
OF	Gabe Gross		Auburn
OF 	Mitch Jones		Arizona State
OF	Mike Campo		Penn State
OF	Al Corbeil		Florida International
UT	Jason DuBois		Virginia Commonwealth

Old Dominion All-Time First Team All Americans
Mark Wasinger, 1982 (Coaches/The Sporting News); Terry Bell, 1983 (The Sporting News); Todd Azar, 1986 (Baseball America/Academic); George Sells, 1990 (Collegiate Baseball); Tim Hummel, 2000 (Baseball Weekly/Collegiate Baseball)

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