McAdoo named to US college baseball team

Courtesy of San Jose State Athletics

TUCSON, Ariz. – Charles McAdoo was named a second-team All-American, announced Thursday by Collegiate Baseball. McAdoo is the first Spartan to make the All-American Collegiate Baseball team since Aaron Bates on the freshman team in 2003 and San Jose State’s first All-American since Zack Jones in 2010.

McAdoo set a new school single-season record by reaching base safely in 44 consecutive games and helped the Spartans claim a 30-win season for the first time since 2011 and a berth in the Mountain West Championship Game for the very first time.

  • Second year from Antioch, California.
  • 2022 All-Mountain West First Team
  • Named Mountain West Player of the Week (5/16)
  • Had the second-best team batting average of .345
  • Finished the season with a career-high 79 hits, 12 home runs, 47 runs and 63 RBIs
  • His 12 home runs were good for the team’s second and eighth in the Mountain West
  • Led the team in doubles (23) while placing third in the MW
  • Had a career day of four hits and four runs scored while tying the SJSU record with nine RBIs against the Air Force (5/15)
  • Went 2 for 6 with four RBIs in Spartans 15-6 win over Nevada to head to MW Championship Game (5/28)
  • 0.971 Pitch Percentage


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