BSB: Shortall named to College Madness All-American team

Shortall on Madness All-American team.

May 27, 2013

ARLINGTON, Texas – UT Arlington junior Matt Shortall was named to the College Sports Madness 2013 Madness All-American Team. Shortall is a fourth-team selection as an outfielder.

This is the latest postseason honor for Shortall from College Sports Madness. He was also named the College Sports Madness 2013 Western Athletic Conference Field Player of the Year and made made the All-WAC first team.

Shortall led the WAC regular-season champions in several offensive categories on the way to his first-team all-WAC selection. A designated hitter for much of the season, Shortall hit .362, good for third in the WAC, and had 54 RBI. Shortall led the team with eight home runs, including three in the team's final regular-season series at Sacramento State.

The staff at College Sports Madness has picked the nation's top college baseball players. These players have made significant contributions to their teams this past season.

College Sports Madness also covers D1 college Softball, Football, FCS Football, Women's Soccer, Men's Soccer, Men's Basketball and Women's Basketball. College Sports Madness covers all aspects of college sports...from recruiting right up through the professional draft. Our preseason previews prepare fans for the upcoming season of their favorite teams and can then follow their team all the way through the post season. The Madness helps the college fan follow their favorite teams with our unique team pages that, in one place, brings together information about that school’s sports teams from the football squad to the women’s soccer team and everything in between.

Madness 2013 Baseball All-American Teams

Field Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year
Colin Moran, North Carolina Mark Appel, Stanford
Freshman of the Year Coach of the Year
Andrew Moore, Oregon State Tim Corbin, Vanderbilt
First Team Second Team
P Jonathan Gray, Oklahoma P Aaron Nola, LSU
P Tyler Beede, Vanderbilt P Bryan Radziewski, Miami (FL)
P Mark Appel, Stanford P Kent Emmanuel, North Carolina
IF Ty Young, Louisville IF Tony Kemp, Vanderbilt
IF Colin Moran, North Carolina IF Zane Evans, Georgia Tech
IF Brandon Dixon, Arizona IF Trea Turner, North Carolina State
IF Mason Katz, LSU IF Matt Oberste, Oklahoma
IF Kris Bryant, San Diego IF Taylor Sparks, UC Irvine
OF Michael Conforto, Oregon State OF Justin Parr, Illinois
OF Hunter Renfroe, Mississippi State OF James Ramsey, South Florida
OF Raph Rhymes, LSU OF Danny Collins, Troy
UTIL Michael Lorenzen, Cal State Fullerton UTIL Daniel Palka, Georgia Tech
Third Team Fourth Team
P Kerry Doane, East Tennessee State P Ryan Kellogg, Arizona State
P Jimmie Sherfy, Oregon P Bobby Wahl, Mississippi
P David Berg, UCLA P Nick Petree, Missouri State
IF LJ Mazzilli, Connecticut IF Tyler White, Western Carolina
IF Hunter Dozier, Stephen F. Austin IF Cody Stubbs, North Carolina
IF Kyle Schwarber, Indiana IF Nick Backlund, Mercer
IF LB Dantzler, South Carolina IF Jordan Patterson, South Alabama
IF DJ Peterson, New Mexico IF Brent Graham, Campbell
OF Kasey Coffman, Arizona State OF Matt Shortall,  UT Arlington
OF Clinton Freeman, East Tennessee State OF Michael Aquino, Rice
OF Mark Payton, Texas OF Connor Harrell, Vanderbilt
UTIL Johnny Field, Arizona UTIL C.K. Irby, Samford

Check out the WAC All Conference Teams




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