Kramer Robertson, who shifted from second base to shortstop early in the season, was named a second team Louisville Slugger All-American by Collegiate Baseball newspaper Thursday.
The only shortstop named to the second team, Robertson hit .316 with 75 hits and 36 RBI. He posted a .953 fielding percentage while going 14-for-18 stealing bases, entrenching his spot as LSU’s No. 3 hitter while starting all 60 games.
The McGregor, Texas native wasnamed to the Brooks Wallace Award midseason watch list, given to the nation’s top shortstop, and was named First-Team All-SEC at the position.
Kent State lefty Eric Lauer, who was 10-2 with a 0.69 ERA in 104 innings, was named Collegiate Baseball’s National Player of the Year.
Southeastern Louisiana’s Jameson Fisher, the nation’s leading hitter who will play this weekend in the Baton Rouge regional, was named a first-team selection.
You can view the full All-American team here.