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Four Jackets Receive ACC Baseball Postseason Honors

May 22, 2017

Official ACC League Office Release

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Georgia Tech had a total of four student-athletes in Wade Bailey, Joey Bart, Trevor Craport and Austin Wilhite earn ACC baseball postseason honors, the league office announced on Monday.

Bailey was named to the All-ACC First Team for the first time in his career at Tech. The junior second baseman leads the team in hitting (.347), hits (78), triples (3), doubles (20) and in runs scored (62) on the season. Bailey, who ranks second in the ACC on the year in runs scored (62) and in doubles (20), hit .295 with five home runs, a triple, eight doubles, 22 RBIs and 24 runs scored in ACC play on the year.

Earning a spot on the second team as a catcher, Bart adds to his accolades for this season. A 2017 Johnny Bench Award Semifinalist, Bart leads the team with 13 home runs and 43 RBIs on the season. In addition to the home runs and RBIs, the Buford, Ga. native is hitting .296 with 55 total hits, 13 doubles and 36 runs. He has also posted a team-best .575 slugging percentage and has thrown out 10 would be base stealers. Despite missing the last nine games of the regular season, including seven ACC games, Bart hit .247 with three home runs, nine doubles, 14 RBIs and 17 runs scored over 23 conference contests.

Landing on the third team at third base was Craport. Craport, who leads the team with 24 multi-hit games on the season, is tied for the team lead in doubles with Bailey. This season, the junior is third on the team with a .336 batting average. He has also posted five home runs, two triples, 20 doubles, 30 RBIs and 40 runs scored. In ACC play, Craport led the Jackets in hitting at .341 with two home runs, a triple, 13 doubles, 12 RBIs and 22 runs scored.

Named to the All-Freshman Team, Wilhite has had a strong rookie campaign in 2017 after claiming the starting shortstop spot in the first few weeks of the season. This season, Wilhite has hit .340, which is second on the team overall, with 64 hits. He has one home run, one triple, 14 doubles, 24 RBIs and 35 runs scored for the year. In ACC play, Wilhite was second on the team in hitting at .297 over the 30 conference games, including one triple, eight doubles, 10 RBIs and 16 runs scored.

The Jackets will be the No. 10 seed in this week’s ACC Baseball Championship at Louisville Slugger Field in Louisville, Ky. Tech is in Pool C along with No. 3 Wake Forest and No. 6 Miami.

Georgia Tech is slated to play on Tuesday at 11 a.m. ET and on Wednesday night at 7 p.m. ET.

Player of the Year
Brendan McKay, Louisville

Pitcher of the Year
J.B. Bukauskas, North Carolina

Defensive Player of the Year
Devin Hairston, Louisville

Freshman of the Year
Ashton McGee, North Carolina

Coach of the Year
Dan McDonnell, Louisville

2017 All-ACC Baseball Teams
First Team
C – Ben Breazeale, Wake Forest
1B – Pavin Smith, Virginia
1B – Gavin Sheets, Wake Forest
2B – Wade Bailey, Georgia Tech
3B – Drew Ellis, Louisville
SS – Logan Warmoth, North Carolina
OF – Brian Miller, North Carolina
OF – Adam Haseley, Virginia
OF – Stuart Fairchild, Wake Forest
OF – Reed Rohlman, Clemson
DH/UT – Brendan McKay, Louisville
SP – Tyler Holton, Florida State
SP – Brendan McKay, Louisville
SP – J.B. Bukauskas, North Carolina
RP – Lincoln Henzman, Louisville
RP – Josh Hiatt, North Carolina

Second Team
C – Joey Bart, Georgia Tech
C – Colby Fitch, Louisville
1B – Sam Fragale, Virginia Tech
2B – Jake Mueller, Wake Forest
3B – Johnny Aiello, Wake Forest
SS – Joe Dunand, NC State
OF – Seth Beer, Clemson
OF – Griffin Conine, Duke
OF – Cameron Simmons, Virginia
OF – Tom Stoffel, Virginia Tech
DH/UT – Quincy Nieporte, Florida State
SP – Pat Krall, Clemson
SP – Jeb Bargfeldt, Miami
SP – Parker Dunshee, Wake Forest
SP – Connor Johnstone, Wake Forest
RP – Griffin Roberts, Wake Forest

Third Team
C – Robbie Coman, Virginia
1B – Andrew Cox, Clemson
2B – Jack Owens, Virginia Tech
3B – Dylan Busby, Florida State
3B – Trevor Craport, Georgia Tech
SS – Devin Hairston, Louisville
SS – Ernie Clement, Virginia
OF – Chase Pinder, Clemson
OF – Matt Vierling, Notre Dame
OF – Jonathan Pryor, Wake Forest
DH/UT – Brad Debo, NC State
SP – Charlie Barnes, Clemson
SP – Kade McClure, Louisville
SP – Nick Bennett, Louisville
SP – Gianluca Dalatri, North Carolina
RP – Tommy Doyle, Virginia

All-Freshman Team
SS – Logan Davidson, Clemson
OF – J.C. Flowers, Florida State
1B – Drew Mendoza, Florida State
SS – Austin Wilhite, Georgia Tech
SP – Nick Bennett, Louisville
SP – Gianluca Dalatri, North Carolina
DH/UT – Ashton McGee, North Carolina
SP – Michael Bienlien, NC State
DH/UT – Brad Debo, NC State
2B – Will Wilson, NC State
2B – Alex Amos, Pittsburgh
SP – Noah Murdock, Virginia

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