FRESNO, Calif.— San José State baseball players Theo Hardy, Charles McAdoo and Jack White were named to the All-Mountain West First Team and Jack Colette, Hunter Dorraugh and Micky Thompson were named All-Mountain West Second Team, announced by the conference on Thursday. In addition, head coach Brad Sanfilippo was named Mountain West Coach of the Year for the first time in his career.
A conference-leading six Spartans made All-Mountain West teams as the Spartans won the Mountain West regular-season title to secure the No. 1 seed in the Mountain West Championship.
Theo Hardy, Shortstop, Junior, Berkeley, Calif./Berkeley HS
- Led the Spartans and finished fourth in the Mountain West with an on-base percentage of .431
- Second on the team and ninth in the conference in batting average (.330)
- Had 18 multi-hit games
Charles McAdoo, Second Baseman, Antioch, Calif./De La Salle HS
- Led the Spartans in both batting average (.335) and slugging (.529), finishing fifth and 12th in the conference in the two categories
- Had a 16-game hit streak
- Named the Mountain West Player of the Week on April 3 after hitting 6-for-14 with nine total bases in a three-game series against Nevada
Jack White, Left-Handed Pitcher, Athens, Ga./Athens Academy
- Led the Spartans and tied for fourth in the conference with six wins
- Appeared in 17 games, 11 of which were scoreless outings
- Named the Mountain West Pitcher of the Week after tossing a complete-game shutout against San Diego State on May 6
Jack Colette, Outfielder, Redshirt Senior, Torrance, Calif./St. John Bosco HS
- Led the team and the Mountain West with five triples
- Led the Spartans and tied for fifth in the conference with nine stolen bases
- Named the Mountain West Player of the Week on April 10 after hitting 7-for-15 with two triples, two doubles, one home run and six RBIs in a three-game series against New Mexico
Hunter Dorraugh, First Baseman, Redshirt Junior, Vacaville, Calif./Vacaville HS
- Led the Spartans and tied for seventh in the conference with 17 doubles
- Second on the team in slugging (.521) and in on-base percentage (.427)
- Named the Mountain West Player of the Week on Feb. 20 after registering a .615 batting average across three games against LMU
Micky Thompson, Left-Handed Pitcher, Redshirt Junior, Portland, Ore./Century HS
- Tied for fifth in the conference among starting pitchers with an ERA of 4.42
- Limited opposing hitters to a batting average of only .250, which was the sixth-best mark in the conference
- Gave up five earned runs or more in a game only three times
UP NEXT: No. 1 seed SJSU will face No. 4 seed Fresno State in their first game of the Mountain West Championship. First pitch against the Bulldogs is scheduled for Thursday, May 25 at 6 p.m. PT. Every game of the tournament can be viewed on the Mountain West Network.
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