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Frey Named All-American
Alfred State College baseball player JP Frey (Erie, PA/McDowell) has been named a NJCAA Division III 3rd team All-American. Frey is the sixth baseball All-American since the baseball program was reinstated in 1994.
Frey led the Pioneers with a .379 (36 for 95) batting average. He collected eight doubles, two triples, one homer, and 15 RBI. He also scored a team high 30 runs and stole a team high 16 bases. He started in all 28 games.
The All-American honors cap a well decorated season for the Pioneer who spent time at 2B, SS, and in the OF. Earlier this spring he was named 1st team All-Region and the Alfred State College Senior Athlete of the Year.
For his two-year career he started in all 93 games, hit .381 with 46 RBI and 42 stolen bases. He has been named All-WNYAC twice, All-Region twice, and was the 2010 ASC freshman athlete of the year.
Jose Sanchez was the last Pioneer to be named baseball All-American in 2007.