Freshman pitcher Bobby Miller has continued to haul in the post-season accolades, as he has been awarded his third freshman All-American honor for the 2018 season. This time, the right-hander from McHenry, IL was named a Second-Team Freshman All-American by D1Baseball.com. He was previously announced as a freshman All-American twice, first by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper and later by Perfect Game.
In his 17 appearances and 9 starts, Miller boasted a 6-1 record with a 2.97 ERA and 55 strikeouts to 21 walks. His spectacular performance over the season did not go unnoticed by Coach Mac, as it earned him a starting role in not only the ACC Championship game, but the Kent State elimination game as well.
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