|Nunn Named Frosh All-America|
|Written by Staff Reports|
|Wednesday, 06 June 2012 12:15|
Freshman Jamie Nunn of the Appalachian State University baseball team has been named a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America. The Winston-Salem native, who had a great prep career at Mount Tabor High School, was 5-2 this season with a 4.24 earned-run-average.
He made 23 appearances this year for the Mountaineers with six complete games. In 46 2/3 innings, Nunn gave up 22 earned runs, walked 16 and struck out 45 batters.
At Mount Tabor, Nunn was a two-time all-conference and all-county honoree, excelling both on the mound and at the plate during high school career. He had a 2.81 ERA as a senior and 1.70 ERA as a junior; he also batted .300 both years and was named Mount Tabor's Most Vaulable Defensive Player as a junior and senior and received the Pitcher's Award in both his freshman and sophomore years. He was ranked among North Carolina’s top 35 players by ImpactScout.com; he played for the South Charlotte Panthers, the same program that ASU players Ryan Arrowood, Noah Holmes, Alex Leach, Jeffrey Springs, Tyler Tewell and Tyler Zupcic all played for. He was ranked No. 2 academically among 400 students in his graduating class.
Nunn is a chemistry major and he plans to attend medical school; he was also a member of Dean's List and ASU athletics' academic honor roll.
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