MILWAUKEE (Courtesy Milwaukee Media Relations) - Daulton Varsho of the Milwaukee baseball team has been named an All-American by D1Baseball, the website announced today.
Varsho was honored with a spot on the Second Team.
Varsho had an impressive junior campaign, leading the Horizon League in batting average (.362), slugging percentage (.643), on-base percentage (.490), triples (6) and walks (46), while also finishing fourth in total bases (128), fifth in hits (72), sixth with a team-high 11 home runs and seventh in runs scored (47).
He again becomes the fourth All-American in the history of the baseball program, joining Sam Koenig (Third Team 2015), Mike Porcaro (Honorable Mention 2013) and Mike Goetz (First Team 2006).
Varsho has had quite a week, becoming the highest-drafted player in program history when the Arizona Diamondbacks took him with pick No. 68 in the MLB Draft Monday.
This is actually the second time he has received All-American status following the 2017 season. He was named to the Baseball America Third Team earlier this month.
He was also named to the 2017 ABCA/Rawlings NCAA DI All-Region team on Tuesday.