Named the 2015 SEC Player of the Year, Andrew Benintendi logged 20 home runs, sporting a .717 slugging percentage.
Golden Spikes Award 2015 Semifinalists
Andrew BenintendiWINNEROutfielder, Arkansas
Alex BregmanFINALISTInfielder, LSU
Alex Bregman has proven to be a dominant player in the SEC, helping the LSU Tigers maintain their first place ranking.
Carson FulmerFINALISTPitcher, Vanderbilt
Carson Fulmer has been the talk of this year's MLB draft, and his stats explain why, with an 11-1 record on the mound.
Dansby SwansonFINALISTInfielder, Vanderbilt
Projected to be a top pick in this year's MLB draft, Swanson has consistently been a front runner for the Commodores.
David BergPitcher, UCLA
David Berg entered his final season at UCLA as their all-time record holder for most postseason appearances and career saves.
Phil BickfordPitcher, College of Southern Nevada
A sophomore out of Southern Nevada, Phil Bickford has been more than dominant on the mound this season.
Taylor ClarkePitcher, College of Charleston
Taylor Clarke holds one of the best records (12-1) among the semifinalists. In 98.2 innings pitched, he has maintained a 1.46 ERA.
Matthew CrownoverPitcher, Clemson
Recently named the ACC Pitcher of the Year, Matthew Crownover has been Clemson's ace all season, holding a 10-2 record.
Donnie DeweesOutfielder, North Florida
Donnie Dewees has recorded an impressive 101 hits for North Florida, including 12 doubles, seven triples and 17 home runs.
Thomas EshelmanPitcher, Cal State Fullerton
Recently named the Big West's Pitcher of the Week, Thomas Eshelman has dominated on the mound this season.
Luke GillinghamPitcher, Navy
The 2015 Patriot League Pitcher of the Year, Luke Gillingham holds one of the lowest ERAs among the semifinalists at 1.19.
Ian HappOutfielder, Cincinnati
Ian Happ was named to all three Golden Spikes watch lists this season and has been a force in Cincinnati's outfield.
Tyler JayPitcher, Illinois
Arguably one of the best closers in college baseball this season, Tyler Jay holds the lowest ERA among the semifinalists at 0.65.
Kevin KaczmarskiOutfielder, Evansville
Kevin Kaczmarski leads the semifinalists with an impressive .753 slugging percentage, and he has recorded 85 hits.
Scott KingeryInfielder, Arizona
Hitting consistently at .402, Scott Kingery has proven to be an asset for the Wildcats both at bat and in the field this season.
Brendan McKayPitcher, Louisville
The 2015 ACC Freshman of the Year winner, Brendan McKay has been lights out for Louisville both on the mound and at bat.
Andrew MoorePitcher, Oregon State
The ace of Oregon State's pitching staff, Andrew Moore has maintained a 6-2 record going into post-season play.
Mike ShawarynPitcher, Maryland
Only in his sophomore season, Mike Shawaryn has dominated hitters all season long, holding holds a 12-2 record.
DJ StewartOutfielder, Florida State
A first team All-ACC Conference selection, DJ Stewart earns his spot as a Golden Spikes semifinalist for the second straight year.
Dillon TatePitcher, UC Santa Barbara
Junior right-hander Dillon Tate has proven himself as one of collegiate baseball's best, currently owning a 2.08 ERA.
David ThompsonInfielder, Miami
A first-team All-ACC Conference selection, David Thompson has proven to be a key player in Miami's lineup.