Kris Bryant led the nation in home runs in 2013 with 31, which tied the NCAA single-season record in the BBCOR era.
Golden Spikes Award 2013 Semifinalists
Kris BryantWINNERInfielder, San Diego
Tyler BeedeFINALISTPitcher, Vanderbilt
Tyler Beede won 13 of his 14 starts during the regular season, going 13-0 with a 2.28 ERA and 97 strikeouts for the season.
Colin MoranFINALISTInfielder, North Carolina
Colin Moran was named Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year and First Team All-ACC in a record season.
Mark AppelPitcher, Stanford
Mark Appel is the Stanford career leader in strikeouts with 372. He recorded 10 strikeouts in seven different games this season.
David BergPitcher, UCLA
With his save at USC on May 19, David Berg broke the UCLA single-season record for most saves in a season with 16.
Alex BregmanInfielder, LSU
Alex Bregman totaled the third most hits in the country this season with 90, and led the Southeastern Conference in triples (7).
Kerry DoanePitcher, East Tennessee State
Kerry Doane was 12-1 this season with a 2.06 ERA. He led the nation in complete games (11) and innings pitched (131).
Hunter DozierInfielder, Stephen F. Austin
Hunter Dozier was named Southland Conference Player of the Year and Hitter of the Year and was first-team All-SLC.
Kent EmanuelPitcher, North Carolina
Kent Emanuel was named Atlantic Coast Conference Pitcher of the Year and first-team All-ACC, leading the conference with 10 wins.
Thomas EshelmanPitcher, Cal State Fullerton
In his first season for Cal State Fullerton, Thomas Eshelman posted an 11-2 record in 14 starts and had a 1.63 ERA.
Zane EvansCatcher/Pitcher, Georgia Tech
Zane Evans was named first-team All-ACC at catcher and was twice named Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Week.
Marco GonzalesPitcher, Gonzaga
Marco Gonzales was named the 2013 Co-West Coast Conference Player of the Year and was named All-WCC.
Jonathan GrayPitcher, Oklahoma
In 2013, Jonathan Gray became the sixth pitcher in Oklahoma history to record back-to-back 100-strikeout seasons.
Eric JagieloInfielder, Notre Dame
Eric Jagielo became the fourth player in Notre Dame history to earn Big East Player of the Year, batting .392 with nine homers.
Mason KatzInfielder, LSU
LSU infielder Mason Katz led the SEC in RBIs in the regular season and was second in home runs and batting average.
Tony KempInfielder, Vanderbilt
Tony Kemp led the Southeastern Conference in hitting with a .407 average and also led the league in on-base percentage.
Michael LorenzenOutfielder, Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton starting center fielder and closer Michael Lorenzen was 18-for-21 in save attempts this season.
Kyle McGowinPitcher, Savannah State
Kyle McGowin was named Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Year in 2013 after a 12-win season.
Aaron NolaPitcher, LSU
Aaron Nola was third in the Southeastern Conference in strikeouts, second in wins and fourth in opponents' batting average.
Justin ParrOutfielder, Illinois
Justin Parr was named Big Ten Player of the Year and was a first-team All-Big Ten selection after a 33-game hitting streak.
D.J. PetersonInfielder, New Mexico
After winning the league's triple crown, D.J. Peterson was named Mountain West Co-Player of the Year for the second straight season.
Nick PetreePitcher, Missouri State
Nick Petree led the Missouri Valley Conference in strikeouts and was second in the conference in wins, IP and ERA.
Jimmie SherfyPitcher, Oregon
Jimmie Sherfy led the nation in saves with 20, which also set the Oregon single-season record, and had a 1.67 ERA.
Ryne StanekPitcher, Arkansas
Ryne Stanek went 9-2 for Arkansas in 2013 and had a 1.40 ERA, which ranked second in the Southeastern Conference and third lowest in school history.
Mike TauchmanOutfielder, Bradley
Mike Tauchman was named the 2013 Joe Carter Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year after leading the nation in batting average.
Jeff ThompsonPitcher, Louisville
Jeff Thompson was named the Big East Pitcher of the Year in 2013. Seven of the Louisville right-hander's 14 starts were scoreless outings.
Trea TurnerInfielder, NC State
Trea Turner was named first-team All-ACC in 2013, and led North Carolina State in batting average, runs, home runs and stolen bases.
Bobby WahlPitcher, Mississippi
In 15 starts this season, Bobby Wahl only once left the game with his team trailing, going 4-0 against nationally ranked teams.
Jimmy YezzoInfielder, Delaware
Jimmy Yezzo was named Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year and was also a first-team All-CAA selection.
Kevin ZiomekPitcher, Vanderbilt
Kevin Ziomek became the 10th pitcher in Vanderbilt history to win at least 10 games in a season, going 10-2 with a 1.99 ERA.