Hummel Named Louisville Slugger Division I All American
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)