Hague Earns Second-Team Freshman All-America
June 30, 2005
Matt Hague, an outfielder and relief pitcher on the Washington baseball team, has been named to Baseball America's Freshman All-America second team, the weekly magazine announced yesterday.
Hague, from Kentwood High, worked his way into the Huskies' starting lineup about halfway into the 2005 season and ended up having started 28 games. He batted .419 (52-for-124) with 12 doubles, eight home runs and 34 runs batted in. His eight homers tied for the team lead.
Hague, who also appeared in 13 games as a relief pitcher, earned All-Pac-10 honorable mention as well.
Baseball America selected Joe Savery, a pitcher and first baseman at Rice, as it's Freshman of the Year. Savery was the Western Athletic Conference player of the year.
Here are Baseball America's complete Freshman All-America first and second teams:
First TeamC - J.P. Arencibia, Tennessee1B - Sean Doolittle, Virginia2B - Taylor Harbin, Clemson3B - Beau Mills, Fresno StateSS - Todd Frazier, RutgersOF - Corey Brown, Oklahoma StateOF - Jacob Priday, MissouriOF - Steven Strausbaugh, Western CarolinaDH - Matt Wieters, Georgia TechUT - Joe Savery, RiceSP - James Adkins, TennesseeSP - Adrian Alaniz, TexasSP - Johnny Dorn, NebraskaSP - John Ely, Miami (Ohio)RP - Mickey Storey, Florida Atlantic
SECOND TEAMC -- Andrew Walker, Texas Christian1B -- Justin Baum, Pacific2B -- Jordan Pacheco, New Mexico3B -- Brad Emaus, TulaneSS -- Darwin Barney, Oregon StateOF -- Matt Hague, WashingtonOF - Kody Kaiser, OklahomaOF - Danny Payne, Georgia TechDH -- Chris Johnson, StetsonUT -- Cole White, ArmySP -- Kenn Kasparek, TexasSP - David Price, VanderbiltSP - Wes Roemer, Cal State FullertonSP - Nick Schmidt, ArkansasRP -- David Robertson, Alabama
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