In 2012, Mike Zunino led the Florida offense with a .322 batting average and set a school single-season record with 28 doubles.
Golden Spikes Award 2012 Semifinalists
Mike ZuninoWINNERCatcher, Florida
Mark AppelFINALISTPitcher, Stanford
Mark Appel finished the 2012 season as the Pac-12 leader in strikeouts with 108, and he struck out at least 10 hitters in seven starts.
Carlos RodónFINALISTPitcher, NC State
Carlos Rodón broke onto the college baseball scene by leading the ACC in ERA at 1.59 and finishing fifth in the nation with 114 strikeouts.
Sean BignallOutfielder, Arkansas-Little Rock
At the end of the regular season, Sean Bignall ranked fourth in the nation in home runs, fifth in total bases and sixth in RBIs.
Jayce BoydInfielder, Florida State
Jayce Boyd was named First Team All-ACC after finishing the regular season as the conference leader with a .399 average.
Kris BryantInfielder, San Diego
Kris Bryant was a three-time West Coast Conference Player of the Week honoree, helping San Diego to its third best season ever.
Kevin GausmanPitcher, LSU
Kevin Gausman finished the 2012 regular season with the third most strikeouts in the nation (101) and the most strikeouts in the SEC.
Jeff GelalichOutfielder, UCLA
So far this season, Jeff Gelalich leads the Pac-12 with a .376 batting average and ranks third with a .460 on-base percentage.
Marco GonzalesPitcher, Gonzaga
Gonzaga sophomore Marco Gonzales is the only two-way player in this year's crop of Golden Spikes Award semifinalists.
Andrew HeaneyPitcher, Oklahoma State
Andrew Heaney finished the 2012 season second in the country and first in the Big 12 in strikeouts (132), sporting an 8-1 record.
Kurt HeyerPitcher, Arizona
Kurt Heyer set a new career high with 11 wins this season while pitching for Arizona. He went the distance in six of his starts.
Goose KallunkiInfielder, Utah Valley
In 2012, Goose Kallunki led Utah Valley to its first ever ranking as a Division I program and was named Great West Conference Player of the Year.
Daniel KassoufInfielder, Appalachian State
In 2012, Daniel Kassouf belted a school record 17 home runs and was named First Team All-Southern Conference, hitting .344 with 58 RBIs.
Alex KeudellPitcher, Oregon
With a 10-4 record in 2012, Alex Keudell set the new Oregon single-season wins record. In the Pac-12, Keudell's 2.13 ERA ranked fourth in the league.
Trenton MosesInfielder, Southeast Missouri
Trenton Moses was named Ohio Valley Conference Player of the Year after falling just two RBIs short of winning the league's Triple Crown.
Tyler NaquinOutfielder, Texas A&M
Outfielder Tyler Naquin was a First Team All-Big 12 selection this season after leading the team in batting average, hits, doubles and triples.
D.J. PetersonInfielder, New Mexico
New Mexico infielder D.J. Peterson was named the Mountain West Player of the Week three times this season and notched 27 multi-hit games.
Nick PetreePitcher, Missouri State
Nick Petree was named the Missouri Valley Conference Pitcher of the Week three times this year and was a First Team All MVC selection.
Kevin PlaweckiCatcher, Purdue
Along with being a semifinalist for the Golden Spikes Award, Purdue catcher Kevin Plawecki is also in the running for the Johnny Bench Award.
Danny PomaOutfielder, Hofstra
In 2012, Danny Poma was named CAA Player of the Year and was a First Team All-CAA selection. Poma led the team with a .435 average and 97 hits.
James RamseyOutfielder, Florida State
James Ramsey became the fifth Seminole in school history to win ACC Player of the Year. Ramsey also earned first team All-ACC honors.
Raph RhymesOutfielder, LSU
Raph Rhymes is the nation's leading hitter with a .476 batting average. He finished the regular season ranked first in the SEC in average, hits and OBP.
Michael RothPitcher, South Carolina
Michael Roth was named SEC Co-Pitcher of the Week early in the year after working seven innings of no-hit baseball in an 8-1 win over Elon.
Richie ShafferInfielder, Clemson
Richie Shaffer was named ACC Player of the Week three times in 2012. From February to March, he recorded seven consecutive multi-hit games.
Chris StrattonPitcher, Mississippi State
Chris Stratton finished the 2012 season with a 10-1 record and a 2.16 ERA. His 115 strikeouts ranked him second in the SEC and fourth in the country.
Ross StriplingPitcher, Texas A&M
Texas A&M starter Ross Stripling was a First Team All-Big 12 selection this year after going 10-2 with a 2.70 ERA and a team-leading 110 innings pitched.
Marcus StromanPitcher, Duke
Marcus Stroman was a First Team All-ACC selection in 2012 after going 6-5 with a 2.39 ERA in 14 starts. He led all pitchers in the country with 136 strikeouts.
Josh TurleyPitcher, Baylor
Josh Turley was a First Team All-Big 12 player this year after he started the first game of every Baylor weekend series and won 13 of his 14 starts.
Michael WachaPitcher, Texas A&M
Michael Wacha finished the regular season with a perfect 8-0 record and was a First Team All-Big 12 selection after sporting a 2.09 ERA over 99 innings.
Alex YarbroughInfielder, Mississippi
Infielder Alex Yarbrough finished the 2012 regular season with the second-best batting average (.386) and second-most hits (86) in the SEC.