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Four Tigers Named to All-ACC Baseball Teams

Four Tigers Named to All-ACC Baseball Teams

May 25, 2004

Kris Harvey was named to the First-Team All-ACC squad and three other Tigers were named to the second-team, announced by the conference prior to the ACC Tournament. Harvey received first-team honors as an At Large selection. The Second-Team All-ACC Tigers include Patrick Hogan (RP), Brad McCann (3B), and Lou Santangelo (C). The 2004 season marked the second year in a row McCann was named to the second team.

2004 First Team All-ACC

Chris Iannetta, North Carolina – Catcher

Kevin Hart, Maryland – First Base

Eric Patterson, Georgia Tech – Second Base

Ryan Zimmerman, Virginia – Third Base

Stephen Drew, Florida State – Shortstop

Brandon Boggs, Georgia Tech – Outfield

Marshall Hubbard, North Carolina – Outfield

Eddy Martinez-Esteve, Florida State – Outfield

Daniel Bard, North Carolina – Starting Pitcher

Mike Rogers, NC State – Starting Pitcher

Vern Sterry, NC State – Starting Pitcher

Joey Devine, NC State – Relief Pitcher

Anthony Buffone, Maryland – At-Large

Kris Harvey, Clemson – At-Large

Joe Koshansky, Virginia – At-Large

Tim Layden, Duke – At-Large

Micah Owings, Georgia Tech – At-Large

2004 Second Team All-ACC

Lou Santangelo, Clemson – Catcher

David Hicks, NC State – First Base

Bryan Zech, Florida State – Second Base

Brad McCann, Clemson – Third Base

Mark Reynolds, Virginia – Shortstop

Steven Blackwood, Georgia Tech – Outfield

Clifton Remole, Georgia Tech – Outfield

Javi Socorro, Duke – Outfield

Andrew Dobies, Virginia – Starting Pitcher

Andrew Kown, Georgia Tech – Starting Pitcher

Andrew Miller, North Carolina – Starting Pitcher

Patrick Hogan, Clemson – Relief Pitcher

Ben Ingold, Wake Forest – At-Large

Rhett James, Florida State – At-Large

Ryne Malone, Florida State – At-Large

Greg Mangum, North Carolina – At-Large