Kramer Robertson, who began the season at second base before switchingto shortstop, was named First Team All-SEC at the position on Monday, joining Bryce Jordan as the only two LSU players honored on the first team.
Cole Freeman, who slid to second when Robertson moved to shortstop, was named to the All-Defensive Team. Right fielder Antoine Duplantis made the All-Freshman team.
Robertson hit .321 while starting all 56 of LSU’s games and fielding at a .961 clip.
Jordan, who flip-flopped between first base and designated hitter early in the season, tied with Mississippi State designated hitter Jack Kruger for a spot on the first team. Jordan slugged .449 while hitting .316.
After beginning the season at third base, Freeman switched to his more natural position at second, committing just seven errors all season.
Duplantis leads the team with 76 hits and a .335 batting average.