CLEMSON, S.C. – Six Tigers earned First, Second or Third-Team All-ACC honors, announced Monday by the ACC. The six selections were third most in the ACC behind Miami (Fla.) (8) and Louisville (7).
Junior lefthander Matthew Crownover (Ringgold, Ga.) was a First-Team All-ACC selection as a starting pitcher a year after earning Third-Team All-ACC honors in 2014. In 2015, Crownover is 10-1 with a 1.42 ERA, .187 opponents’ batting average and 91 strikeouts in 95.0 innings pitched over 14 starts. Crownover, who was also named 2015 ACC Pitcher-of-the-Year, leads the ACC in wins and ERA. He is the first Tiger lefthander to earn First-Team All-ACC honors since 1995 (Jason Dawsey).
Sophomore catcher Chris Okey (Mount Dora, Fla.) joined Crownover as a First-Team All-ACC selection. Okey is hitting .324 with 15 doubles, a team-high 12 homers, 54 RBIs and 47 runs in starting all 56 games at catcher. He is the first Tiger to be named the First-Team All-ACC catcher since 1997 (Matthew LeCroy).
Junior infielder Tyler Krieger (Johns Creek, Ga.) was a Second-Team All-ACC pick (DH/utility) a year after earning Second-Team All-ACC honors in 2014. This season, Krieger is batting .339 with 13 doubles, one homer, 37 RBIs, 40 runs, a team-high .449 on-base percentage and a team-high 12 steals in 56 games.
Freshman outfielder Reed Rohlman (Moore, S.C.) was a Second-Team All-ACC selection. After redshirting in 2014, Rohlman leads the team in batting average (.363), hits (78), doubles (17) and RBIs (55) in 56 games in 2015.
Junior outfielder Steven Duggar (Moore, S.C.) and sophomore shortstop Eli White (Easley, S.C.) were named Third-Team All-ACC. Duggar, who was a Third-Team All-ACC outfielder in 2014, is hitting .298 with five homers, 42 RBIs, 52 runs, 52 walks, a .434 on-base percentage and 10 steals in 56 games in 2015. White is batting .300 with four homers, 27 RBIs and nine steals in 56 games.
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