Trevor Coleman Earns Freshman All-America Honors

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Freshman Trevor Coleman

June 6, 2007

Mizzou freshman catcher Trevor Coleman has been named to Louisville Slugger's Freshman All-America Team, as announced on Wednesday. Coleman, who was selected Big 12 Conference Freshman of the Year, hit .282 and was second on the team with nine home runs on the year.

Six of Coleman's nine homers came in Big 12 Conference games and he hit his ninth home run against Louisville in the NCAA Regional. He opened last week's NCAA Columbia Regional by going 2-for-4 with two RBI against Kent State.

Coleman started 48 of the Tigers' 60 games this season and drove in 42 runs. He was 2-for-3 in the series finale against Texas with two home runs and hit three homers in the three-game series at UT. He had 16 games in which he drove in at least two runs, including four 3-RBI games. He had a pair of seven-game hitting streaks during the year and had a season-best three hits twice this season.

The Freshman All-America Team is chosen by Collegiate Baseball. Coleman was one of three catchers named to the squad. The last Tiger to be named a Freshman All-American was Jacob Priday in 2005.



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