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Greene Named First-team All-America

May 26, 2005

ATLANTA – Georgia Tech junior shortstop Tyler Greene was tabbed a first-team All-America by USA Today Sports Weekly.

The Plantation, Fla., native is batting .358 with 11 home runs and 65 RBI in 2005. He is 28-for-29 in stolen base attempts and has just 14 errors in 278 fielding chances.

Greene’s first-team All-America recognition is the first since Mark Teixeira earned consensus first-team All-America honors in 2000. Greene is the 13th player in Georgia Tech history team earn first-team All-America honors by at least one publication.

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