THE FLATS – Georgia Tech baseball’s outfielder Angelo Dispigna (Lawrenceville, Ga./Brookwood HS (Mercer)) earned his second award in as many days, being named an NCBWA All-American, the association announced Wednesday.
Dispigna was named to the association’s third team, just a day after earning first-team ABCA/Rawlings All-Southeast Region honors.
In just his first season on The Flats, transfer outfielder Dispigna was a veteran presence at the plate and in left field for Tech this season. Starting all 57 games this season, Dispigna lead the team with a .393 average, recording 86 hits, 12 doubles and 16 home runs for 58 RBI. He slugged .667 and with a whopping 46 walks drawn, reaching base at a .509 rate. He also had eight stolen bases on the year.
The Lawrenceville, Ga. native ranked top 10 in a myriad of ACC categories at the end of the regular season to be second-team all-ACC – third in on-base percentage, fifth in hits, sixth in total bases, eighth in walks, eighth in RBI, 10th in home runs, and 10th in slugging percentage.
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