DURHAM, N.C. - Arizona State University baseball student-athlete Ryan Kellogg has been named to the Baseball America Freshman All-America team, the publication announced Monday.
This is Kellogg's third freshman All-America nod after he earned a spot on the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association and Louisville Slugger teams.
Kellogg is just the fourth Sun Devil in school history to earn freshman All-America honors from three or more publications, joining Brady Rodgers (2010), Mitchell Lambson (2009) and Mike Leake (2007).
Kellogg, a left-handed starter from Whitby, Ontario, earned second team recognition after he became the first Sun Devil freshman in school history to begin his career 11-0. He was just the fourth pitcher in ASU annals to collect at least 11 wins in his freshman season and he also threw the ninth no-hitter in school history in a road win against then-No. 3 Oregon State on March 23.
Kellogg's 103 innings pitched are the fifth most for a freshman in school history and his 3.15 ERA, which was the fourth lowest on the team, ranks among the top 10 lowest by a freshman in ASU annals.
Kellogg's 2013 Accolades
Baseball America Freshman All-American - second team
NCBWA Freshman All-American - second team
Louisville Slugger All-American - second team
All-Pac-12 Conference - first team
Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American
NCBWA National Player of the Week (3/26)
Louisville Slugger Player of the Week (3/26)
Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week (3/26)
Named to College Baseball HOF Pitcher of the Year Watch List
Dick Howser Trophy Semifinalist
Two-time Scholar Baller®
Team Award - Breakout Player
Team Award - Pitcher of the Year
Team Award - On Deck Circle MVP