Top Tier D1 Dream Team for 2019 Season

by Matt Plante
Vice President

Top Tier Division 1 Dream Team for 2019 Season


Dakota Kotowski, Missouri State

Kotowoski makes the list after being named a Freshman All-American from Collegiate Baseball. Kotowski in his freshman campaign with the Bears hit .288 on the year with 4 doubles, 12 homers, 29 RBI's and a slugging percentage of .576. 

Eric Giltz, Southern Illinois-Edwardsville

Giltz is a red-shirt junior and had one of his best years this past season, hitting .275 with 6 doubles, 2 triples, 16 RBI's and had an on base percentage of .381. 

Jordan Libman, Illinois State

Libman a junior outfielder for the Redbirds helped them get all the way to the Regional Championship game vs. Louisville. Libman finished the year hitting .299 with 12 doubles, 2 homers, 28 RBI's and an on base percentage of .421. 


Stephen Hill, Morehead State

Hill a junior third baseman had an unbelievable season at Morehead State hitting .327 with 10 doubles, 6 homers, 37 RBI's, a slugging percentage of .462 and an on base percentage of .428. 

Neil Lambert, Bowling Green 

Lambert a senior shortstop for the Falcons had a great senior season, hitting .322 with 10 doubles, 17 RBI's, an on base percentage of .441, 12 stolen bases and a .964 fielding percentage. 

Matt Burch, Old Dominion 

Burch had a really good junior campaign for ODU, hitting .298 this year with 11 doubles, 2 homers, 32 RBI's and 14 stolen bases.

Bobby Seymour, Wake Forest

Seymour in his sophomore season was the Division 1 RBI King and won ACC Player of the Year as well as being named as a First Team All-American by multiple news outlets. Seymour hit .377 on the year with 20 doubles, 9 homers, 92 RBI's, an on base percentage of .439 and a slugging percentage of .576. 


Cooper Johnson, Ole Miss

Johnson in his junior season helped the Rebels reach the Super Regionals vs. Arkansas. Johnson was a 2nd-team All-SEC selection along with getting drafted in the 6th round of the MLB Draft this year. Johnson hit .271 with 13 doubles, 8 homers, 32 RBI's, a .449 slugging percentage and had 52 assists behind the dish. 

Cam Redding, Saint Louis

Redding finished his freshman season as one of Saint Louis University's best hitters, hitting .307 with 8 doubles, a triple, 26 RBI's and an on base percentage of .427. 

Designated Hitter:

Ryan Hampe, University of Illinois-Chicago

Hampe had a great season as a freshman at UIC earning All-Horizon First Team as well as being selected as a Freshman All-American. Hampe hit .351 for the the Flames helping them reach an NCAA Regional. Hampe collected 14 doubles, 5 homers, 48 RBI's, a .401 on base percentage and a .524 slugging percentage. 


Brady Miller, Western Michigan

Miller had an excellent freshman as a starter in the MAC for the Broncos. Miller went 5-2 with a 3.10 ERA with 49 strikeouts in 61 innings this year. 

Konnor Ash, Missouri

Ash had a great sophomore season in the SEC going 2-2 in relief with a 4.19 ERA with 63 strikeouts in 53.2 innings of work.

Cal Coughlin, Texas Christian University

Coughlin had a solid junior season out of the bullpen going 2-1 with a 5.25 ERA with 20 strikeouts in 24 innings of work. Coughlin has been a key contributor the past few years to help the Horned Frogs make it back to another NCAA Regional this past season. 

Brett Newberg, Austin Peay

Newberg had a solid senior campaign with a 5.64 ERA with 8 saves and had 62 strikeouts in 44.2 innings of work. 

Bobby Kametas, Creighton

Kametas had a great senior season for the Blue Jays to hostler down the back end of the bullpen. Kametas was 3-0 with 9 saves, a 2.36 ERA and had 28 strikeouts in 26.2 innings of work to help Creighton make it to an NCAA Regional. 

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