RICHMOND, Va. — East Tennessee baseball players Kerry Doane and Clinton Freeman received CollegeBaseballinsider.com/Louisville Slugger All-American honors on Friday.
Doane was named to the second team as a starting pitcher while Freeman earned honorable mention honors as a utility player.
A 24th round draft pick of the Cleveland Indians, Doane, who already received three previous All-American honors earlier this summer, finished his senior season with a 13-2 record and led the nation in complete games (12), innings (147.0) and shutouts (4).
Freeman just finished a successful summer stint in the Cape Cod League where he hit .324 with nine doubles, two triples, 21 RBIs and 21 runs scored. He was named to the CCBL All-Star game.
For the Bucs this past spring, Freeman led the team in nearly every offensive category — average (.335), hits (80), doubles (18), triples (4), home runs (10), RBIs (57) and slugging percentage (.569).
On the mound, Freeman, a left-hander, went 7-1 with a 3.04 ERA and eight saves in 25 appearances.