Judge Earns Freshman All-American Honors

Judge Earns Freshman All-American Honors

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June 8, 2011

FRESNO, Calif. - The postseason awards keep rolling in for the Fresno State baseball program as a third Bulldog earned All-American honors Wednesday morning.

Louisville Slugger announced Aaron Judge to its Freshman All-American Team for the 2011 season. The outfielder is the first Freshman All-American since Dusty Robinson earned the accolade in 2009.

Judge broke into the starting line up early in the 2011 season as the Dogs left fielder. He was named the WAC Freshman of the Year. Judge was also a first-team All-WAC and WAC All-Tournament team selections.

During his freshman campaign, Judge hit a team-high .358 with 12 doubles, a triple and two home runs. He tallied 67 hits, which is the second most on the team. Judge started 49 games and appeared in every game but one in his first season with the Bulldogs.

Judge also recorded 30 RBIs, 25 walks and 11 stolen bases for the Dogs this year. He finished the season committing only one error and had a fielding percentage of .989.

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