All-SEC Baseball

The All-SEC baseball team is out.

Ole Miss places three on the first team: Auston Bousfield, Austin Anderson, Sikes Orvis. Will Allen makes second team, and Errol Robinson makes the all-freshman team.

No mention of Chris Ellis. I don’t find that very surprising, because as effective as he was — 9-0 in the regular season and a sub-3 ERA — he was not dominant.

Florida’s Kevin O’Sullivan is coach of the year.

I liked Mike Bianco in that spot through the regular season on the doing more with less theory given the fact that the Rebels were picked by league coaches to finish sixth in the West. SEC tournament might have hurt him.

From SEC Media Relations

Coaches were not permitted to vote for their own players. The complete 2014 All-SEC Team follows:


SEC PLAYER OF THE YEAR – A.J. Reed, Kentucky


SEC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR –  Logan Shore, Florida

SEC SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR – Seth Heck, Mississippi State

SEC COACH OF THE YEAR –  Kevin O’Sullivan, Florida



1B – Sikes Orvis, Ole Miss

2B – Dansby Swanson, Vanderbilt

3B – Austin Anderson, Ole Miss

SS – Vince Conde, Vanderbilt

C –  Taylor Gushue, Florida

OF – Auston Bousfield, Ole Miss

OF - Ka’ai Tom, Kentucky

OF – Christin Stewart, Tennessee

DH/UTL – A.J. Reed, Kentucky

P – Aaron Nola, LSU

P – Logan Shore, Florida

RP – Jacob Lindgren, Mississippi State






1B – Eric Fisher, Arkansas

2B – Brett Pirtle, Mississippi State

3B – Max Kuhn, Kentucky

SS – Alex Bregman, LSU

C – Will Allen, Ole Miss

OF – Ben Moore, Alabama

OF – Harrison Bader, Florida

OF – Nick Banks, Texas A&M

DH/UTL – Wade Wass, Alabama

P – Ross Mitchell, Mississippi State

P – Carson Fulmer, Vanderbilt

RP – Joel Seddon, South Carolina




1B – Peter Alonso, Florida

2B – JaVon Shelby, Kentucky

3B – John Sternagel, Florida

SS – Errol Robinson, Ole Miss

C – Gavin Collins, Mississippi State

OF – Nick Banks, Texas A&M

OF - Bryan Reynolds, Vanderbilt

OF – Andrew Benintendi, Arkansas

DH/UTL – Nick Senzel, Tennessee

P – Logan Shore, Florida

P – Keegan Thompson, Auburn

RP – Thomas Burrows, Alabama




P – Aaron Nola, LSU;

Carson Fulmer, Vanderbilt

1B – Eric Fisher, Arkansas

2B – Brett Pirtle, Mississippi State

SS – Seth Heck, Mississippi State

3B – Joey Pankake, South Carolina

C – Jake Wise, Arkansas;

Grayson Greiner, South Carolina

OF – Austin Cousino, Kentucky

OF – Tanner English, South Carolina

OF - Andrew Stevenson, LSU

Denham Springs, La., native, Mississippian since 1989 with a stop in Meridian before arriving in Tupelo. Daily Journal beat writer since 1996, covering Ole Miss since 2002. Proud Northeast Louisiana alum. Follow me on Twitter @parrishalford and listen to John Davis and myself daily with The Ole Miss Beat on Rebel Sports Radio.

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  • JB

    I must disagree with the 1st team catcher selection. In my opinion, Ole Miss Will Allen a much better catcher than Taylor Gushue of Florida, Will a higher batting average, better hitter in the clutch and with the long ball capability, Allen with a stronger arm, Gushue had problems throwing out base runner this season.

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