Marc Kaiser Tabbed Second-Team Freshman All-America By Baseball America
June 18, 2001
TUCSON, Ariz.- Marc Kaiser added to Arizona baseball's postseason list of accolades Monday afternoon having been named second-team Freshman All-America by the publication Baseball America. The first-year Wildcat, who was named the utility player on the postseason squad, finished his inaugural campaign with an 8-6 record in 101 innings pitched for the Wildcats while also batting .436 in 39 at bats. He placed second on the Arizona freshman records list in wins and starts (17) and finished third and fourth, respectively, for freshman pitchers in innings pitched and strikeouts (70).
Kaiser, an honorable mention All-America by Collegiate Baseball, joins classmates Brian Anderson (Freshman All-American, Collegiate Baseball) and Sean Rierson (Honorable mention Freshman All-American, Collegiate Baseball), junior Shelley Duncan (First-team All-American, Collegiate Baseball, The Sporting News and Baseball Weekly) and senior Ernie Durazo (Third-team All-American, Collegiate Baseball) for postseason recognition.
FIRST TEAMC Mitch Maier, Toledo1B Jamie D'Antona, Wake Forest2B Anthony Giarratano, Tulane3B Myron Leslie, South FloridaSS Omar Quintanilla, TexasOF Austin Davis, RiceOF Carlos Quentin, StanfordOF Rickie Weeks, SouthernDH Rod Allen, Arizona StateUT Michael Aubrey, TulaneP Chad Cordero, Cal State FullertonP Clark Girardeau, South AlabamaP Paul Maholm, Mississippi StateP Darric Merrell, Cal State FullertonP Lane Mestepey, Louisiana StateUT Michael Aubrey, Tulane SECOND TEAMC--Javi Herrera, Tennessee1B--Bryan Zenchyk, Stetson2B--Steve Sollman, Notre Dame3B--Brian Snyder, StetsonSS--Brandon Green, Wichita StateOF--Doug Deeds, Ohio StateOF--Sam Fuld, StanfordOF--Sam Steidl, MinnesotaDH--Matt Murton, Georgia TechP --George Huguet, MiamiP --Sean Marshall, Virginia CommonwealthP --Brad Sullivan, HoustonP --Chris Tracz, MaristP --Bob Zimmerman, Southwest Missouri StateUT--Marc Kaiser, Arizona