One from JSU, two from Tide made Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-American
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Jacksonville State's Paschal Petrongolo made the Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-America team. (Photo by Steve Latham/Jacksonville State University)
Jacksonville State's Paschal Petrongolo made the Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-America team. (Photo by Steve Latham/Jacksonville State University)
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Alabama's Mikey White and Ray Castillo and Jacksonville State designated hitter Paschal Petrongolo were selected to the Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-America team.

A member of the Ohio Valley Conference's All-Freshman Team, Petrongolo hit .262 with seven doubles, three triples, four homers and 33 RBIs. He was one of six OVC players named to the team and one of eight designated hitters.

White is one of nine shortstops on the squad. A second-team All-Southeastern Conference choice, White hit .287 with 11 doubles, two homers and 30 RBIs. Castillo, one of 19 relief pitchers on the Freshman All-America team, set a school record with 12 saves. He also had a 3.38 ERA and struck out 43 batters in 42 2/3 innings. He also made the SEC's All-Freshman Team.

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