Wake Forest's Will Craig is no stranger to postseason awards, and today he added another prestigious accomplishment to his resume. Craig was named a first-team Louisville Slugger All-American for the second consecutive season. His stats are just downright laughable. Full list of Louisville Slugger All-Americans can be found here.
Craig boasts a batting average of .392, which ranks him 16th nationally. He has drawn 47 walks on the season, and as a result has an on base percentage of .537, which is 4th nationally. He also hit 16 homeruns on the season, which helped him have the best slugging percentage in the country (.766).
In addition to Craig's heroics at the plate, he's also a very important piece in Wake's bullpen. He made 17 relief appearances and finished with a 2-0 record, an ERA of 2.42, and 8 saves. He also threw 23 strikeouts in just 26 innings.
Congratulations to Will on such a major award. You can catch him and the rest of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons tomorrow at 4 p.m. on ESPN3 against the Minnesota Golden Gophers.