Pitt baseball isn't something that's discussed a lot (at least outside of baseball circles), but congratulations to Pitt 2B Chris Sedon, who was named as an NCAA All-American by Louisville Slugger.
Sedon became the third player in school history to earn Louisville Slugger First Team All-America honors, joining Jim Negrych (2006) and P.J. Hiser (2004).
“It’s such a great honor,” said Sedon. “Being an All-American is something you strive to achieve, and to be named to the first team along with some of the best players in the country is just awesome.”
Pirate fans might recognize Negrych's name as a minor-leaguer for the team.
Chris also set single-season records for Pitt in home runs (22), runs (65), and total bases (160). Not bad for a second baseman.
Again, congrats to Sedon on an outstanding achievement.