Three players from the Angelo State University Rams baseball team, including Aaron Walters of Center Point, have earned 2021 All-America honors from the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association.
Pitcher Trent Baker of Georgetown and first baseman Aaron Walters of Center Point were named to the All-America first team. Outfielder Josh Elvir of Kemah was named to the All-America third team
The Rams won the Lone Star Conference Tournament on May 22 and continued to play against Colorado Mesa in the NCAA Division II South Central Regional in San Angelo.
The Rams beat arch-rival West Texas A&M in their first game of the regional tournament, 10-2.
Angelo State University, founded in 1928, is a thriving four-year public school in Texas. The Ram Family environment helps students feel at home, a place where they know faculty and staff care deeply about their success.
The excellent faculty make it possible for students to conduct undergraduate research, rank above state acceptance averages for professional schools, and receive personal access to instructors and progressive facilities.
They are part of the dynamic Texas Tech University System with campuses across the state. Angelo State has been ranked as one of The Princeton Review's "Best Colleges" in the nation since 2010, and they are also a College of Distinction.
They were also recognized with a Gold Award for ranking in the top 15 of the 69 institutions in the Large Public University category that were awarded the "Military Friendly School" designation for 2021-22. They have been ranked as a Military Friendly School by Victory Media for 13 consecutive years.
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