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Schrier, Tredwell Named D1Baseball Freshman All-Americans

Jul 9, 2022

LOS ANGELES – Shortstop Cody Schrier and right-handed pitcher Alonzo Tredwell were both named First Team Freshman All-America by D1Baseball on Friday.

UCLA tied with four other schools (Oklahoma, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Tech) for the most honorees on D1Baseball's list. Schrier and Tredwell have now earned consensus Freshman All-America status after previously being honored by the NCBWA, Baseball America, and Collegiate Baseball.

Schrier was a top-of-the-order force for the Bruins, slashing .298/.383/.492 with a team-high nine home runs. His nine bombs were the most by a UCLA freshman since 2010. Schrier hit safely in 11 straight games from Apr. 15 to May 3, the longest streak of any Bruin this season. Particular standout efforts with the bat included a four-hit, six-RBI effort against Harvard on Mar. 18, a walk-off homer against Loyola Marymount on Apr. 5, and a Pac-12 Player of the Week award after going 6-13 with nine RBIs against Arizona State from Apr. 29 to May 1.

UCLA's closer, Tredwell went 4-1 with a 2.11 ERA and six saves over 25 appearances. One of the top zone-fillers on the squad, Tredwell struck out 62 batters against just six walks in 47 innings. The Coto de Caza, Calif. native had a sub-2.00 ERA for most of the season, and he finished with the best ERA on the squad (among pitchers with 35+ IP). Standout outings included Feb. 22 (seven strikeouts in just 2 2/3 innings), Mar. 6 (three inning of one hit-ball against then-No. 1 Texas), and May 3 (six strikeouts, no hits over 3 1/3 innings at Long Beach State).

Stay tuned to @UCLABaseball on Twitter for all team updates.