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July 4th, 2009
Bobcat baseballer named to magazine’s all-American list

SUBMITTED REPORT

Texas State freshman outfielder Tyler Sibley has been named a Second-Team Freshman All-American by Baseball America after helping the Bobcats win their first outright Southland Conference championship and earn a NCAA Tournament berth in 2009.

After setting school and conference records for the most runs scored in a season, Tyler Sibley was named a Second-Team Freshman All-American by Baseball America. SUBMITTED PHOTO

After setting school and conference records for the most runs scored in a season, Tyler Sibley was named a Second-Team Freshman All-American by Baseball America. SUBMITTED PHOTO

This marks the second time this season that Sibley has been selected as a Freshman All-American. He also was named to the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American after he set a Texas State and Southland Conference single season records for most runs scored in a single season with 77. He broke the old school record of 66 that was set by Thomas Field in 2008, while Ben Broussard of McNeese State set the previous SLC record in 1999.

A native of Frisco, Sibley also earned All-Southland Conference Second Team honors after finishing the 2009 campaign with a .367 batting average, 10 home runs and 38 RBI’s. He also hit for 13 doubles and stole 14 bases for the Bobcats.

Baseball America Freshman All-America Team

First Team

  • C Jeremy Schaffer, Tulane
  • 1B Preston Tucker, Florida
  • 2B Matt Jensen, Cal Poly
  • 3B Anthony Rendon, Rice
  • SS A.J. Pettersen, Minnesota
  • OF Jackie Bradley Jr., South Carolina
  • OF George Springer, Connecticut
  • OF Kolten Wong, Hawaii
  • DH Troy Channing, St. Mary’s
  • UT Danny Hultzen, Virginia
  • SP Trevor Bauer, UCLA
  • SP Sean Gilmartin, Florida State
  • SP Taylor Jungmann, Texas
  • SP Noe Ramirez, Cal State Fullerton
  • RP Matty Ott, Louisiana State
  • UT Danny Hultzen, Virginia

Second Team

  • C C. J. Cron, Utah
  • 1B Todd Brazeal, South Florida
  • 2B Ross Heffley, Western Carolina
  • 3B Matt Skole, Georgia Tech
  • SS Sam Mende, South Florida
  • OF Kameron Brunty, Southern Miss
  • OF Dusty Robinson, Fresno State
  • OF Tyler Sibley, Texas State
  • DH Alex Dickerson, Indiana
  • UT Nick Ramirez, Cal State Fullerton
  • SP Jordan Cooper, Wichita State
  • SP Sam Gaviglio, Oregon State
  • SP Anthony Meo, Coastal Carolina
  • SP Tyler Pill, Cal State Fullerton
  • RP Mitchell Lambson, Arizona State
  • UT Nick Ramirez, Cal State Fullerton
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