2011 Men's All-America Baseball Team (Division I)


1B: DOUG SHRIBMAN (Sr) - Bucknell - from Marblehead, MA

2B: JORDAN LURIE (Jr) - UNC Asheville - from Cleveland, OH

SS: MAXX TISSENBAUM (Soph) - Stony Brook - from Paris, ON

3B: JASON GANEK (Sr)- UI Chicago - from Mount Prospect, IL

C: NICK RICKLES (Jr) - Stetson - from Palm Beach Gardens, FL

OF: ZACH BORENSTEIN (Jr) - Eastern Illinois - from Buffalo Grove, IL

OF: MATT FLEISHMAN (Jr) - Villanova - from East Northport, NY

OF: GREG ZEBRACK (Soph) - Pennsylvania - from Northridge, CA

DH: JEREMY SCHAFFER (Jr) - Tulane - from Bellaire, TX

UT: BILLY GOLDMAN (Sr) - Lehigh - from Penn Valley, PA

P: MAX PERLMAN (Sr) - Harvard - from Longwood, FL

P: ZACH WEISS (Fr) - UCLA - from Irvine, CA

P: JADD SCHMELTZER (Sr) - Cornell - from Tappan, NY

P: JON MOSCOT (Soph) - Pepperdine - from Pacific Palisades, CA

P: JONATHAN ABRAMSON (Sr) - University of San Francisco - from Atherton, CA

P: WES BRAUN (Sr) - Illinois - from Deerfield, IL

P: LENNY LINSKY (Jr) - Hawai'i - from Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

DOUG SHRIBMAN was named All Patriot League 1st tem after hitting .325 16 home runs and 49 rbi. He set a Bucknell career record for home runs and rbi's.

JORDAN LURIE split the season playing both 2B and 1B. He batted .339 and was named all Big South Conference 2nd team.

MAXX TISSENBAUM led the Seawolves in both runs scored and rbi's while batting .343. He was named 1st team all America East Conference.

JASON GANEK was not only all Horizon League 2nd team at 3B but also tied for the team lead in saves out of the bullpen. At bat, he hit .313 with 8 home runs and 38 rbi's, leading the team in both categories.

NICK RICKLES led the Hatters in virtually all offensive categories. He hit .353, smacked 12 home runs, drove in 60, had a fantastic .621 slugging percentage. He was all Atlantic Sun Conference first team. Nick was drafted and signed with the Oakland A's.

ZACH BORENSTEIN was 1st team all Ohio Valley Conference while hitting .349 with 7 homers and 29 rbi's. Zach was drafted and signed with Angeles.

MATT FLEISHMAN led 'Nova in all major hitting categories and was near perfect with the glove. He was named to the Big 5 1st team.

GREG ZEBRACK had an outstanding season for the Quakers batting .336 with 7 round trippers and 27 rbi's. He was named all Ivy League 1st team.

JEREMY SCHAFFER led the Green Wave in all major hitting categories and was the starting catcher as well. Jeremy was all Conference USA 1st team.

BILLY GOLDMAN had a solid year with the Mountain Hawks leading the team in batting with a .358 average. He was named to the Patriot League 2nd team.

MAX PERLMAN recovered from elbow surgery and led all Ivy League starters with a paltry 1.80 ERA. which was good enough to be named all conference 1st team. Max was drafted and signed with Oakland.

ZACH WEISS had an outstanding freshman year for the Bruins going 5-3 with an ERA of 2.79 and limiting the opposition to a lowly .188 OBA.

JADD SCHMELTZER had a good year for the Big Red going 3-4 with an ERA of 3.63 and an OBA of .266. He showed enough for the Red Sox to draft and sign him.

JON MOSCOTT had a number of excellent "quality starts" while compiling a 2-2 record and an OBA of .264.

JONATHAN ABRAMSON came out of the "pen" to record 4 saves, a 2-2 record and an OBA of.289 fpr the the Dons.

WES BRAUN earned 3rd team all Big 10 honors while having these incredible stats: 2-0 won/loss record, 6 saves, .136 OBA, and .049 ERA.

LENNY LINSKY led the Warriors out of the bullpen with 14 saves, an ERA of 1.30, a 1-1 record, and an OBA of .191. Lenny was the highest dradfted Jewish ballplayer in the 2011 amateur baseball draft going in the second round (#89) to the Tampa Bay Rays and he has already signed.

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