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June 21-30, 2010
Dietrich (right) of Georgia Tech has been named the 2010 ACC
Baseball Scholar-Athlete of the Year. The junior shortstop, a
two-time Academic All-American, highlights the All-ACC Academic
Baseball Team. Dietrich (.350/17 HR/61 RBI) earned Georgia
Tech’s 2010 Male Scholar-Athlete Award.
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All-ACC Academic Baseball Team
Former Louisville All-American Chris Dominguez
recently won the Home Run Derby at the South Atlantic League
All-Star celebration. A third baseman for the Augusta Green
Jackets, Dominguez hit five homer in the final round to defeat
Miguel Velazquez of Hickory at Fluor Field in Greenville, S.C.
USF has hired Chris Heintz as an assistant coach.
He was a manager in the Minnesota Twins minor league system and
is a former Bulls standout. Henitz will be hitting coach and
will work with the infielders and catchers. He replaces Bryant
Former William and Mary hurler Bill Bray has been
called up from the minors by the Cincinnati Reds. The
left-handed reliever has pitched in both AA and AAA this season.
Irvine pitcher Daniel Bibona (left) was named the Lowe’s Senior
CLASS Award winner for baseball (CLASS – Celebrating Loyalty and
Achievement for Staying in School). Bibona was the Big West
Pitcher of the Year and the Big West Male Scholar-Athlete of the
Year in 2010. He recently earned a degree in sociology with a
3.25 GPA. Previous winners include Brandon McArthur of Florida
in 2009, Cole St. Clair of Rice in 2008 and Emeel Salem of
Alabama in 2007.
2010 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award Senior
All-American First Team: Daniel Bibona, P, UC Irvine; Blake
Dean, 1B, LSU; Jim Klocke, C/P, Southeast Missouri State; Cory
Kovanda, 2B, Ohio State; Tony Plagman, 1B, Georgia Tech
Second Team: Stephen Cardullo, SS, Florida State;
Mike Donato, OF, Massachusetts; Tyler Lyons, P, Oklahoma State;
Matt Payton, IF, Western Kentucky; David Towarnicky, 1B,
(photos courtesy of Georgia Tech
and UCI Media Relations Offices)