Named SEC Player of the Year for the second straight season, LSU junior center fielder Dylan Crews was among the nation’s best all-around stars.
Golden Spikes Award 2023 Semifinalists
Dylan CrewsWINNEROutfielder, LSU
Jac CaglianoneFINALISTInfielder/Pitcher, Florida
Florida two-way sophomore Jac Caglianone is in the midst of a record-breaking season, key to the Gators' NCAA Super Regional run.
Paul SkenesFINALISTPitcher, LSU
SEC Pitcher of the Year Paul Skenes leads all NCAA pitchers with 179 strikeouts -- 41 more than the pitcher with the second-most Ks -- in 99.1 innings.
Max AndersonInfielder, Nebraska
Through May 17, Max Anderson was one of three players nationally hitting at least .400 at the plate with 19-plus home runs and 65 or more RBI this season.
Charlie CondonInfielder/Outfielder, Georgia
In his first collegiate season, Charlie Condon is producing one of the greatest offensive campaigns in the history of Georgia Bulldogs baseball.
Chase DavisOutfielder, Arizona
Outfielder Chase Davis has slugged his way into the Arizona record books and currently sits third in program history with 37 career home runs.
Jake GelofInfielder/Outfielder, Virginia
Jake Gelof is the most prolific run producer in Virginia baseball history and was within striking distance of the program’s all-time RBI mark.
Caden GriceInfielder/Pitcher, Clemson
Caden Grice is one of the best two-way players in the country, a big reason for Clemson’s second-half surge.
Tanner HallPitcher, Southern Mississippi
2022 All-American Tanner Hall has not missed a beat during his junior campaign and boasts the team lead in victories and strikeouts.
Josh HartlePitcher, Wake Forest
Josh Hartle has made a jump in his sophomore season and helped Wake Forest put together one of the top staffs in the nation.
Nick KurtzInfielder/Outfielder, Wake Forest
One of the most feared hitters in the ACC, Nick Kurtz has put together an impressive 2023 season at the plate and first base.
Wyatt LangfordOutfielder, Florida
Wyatt Langford has improved in nearly every offensive category compared to his 2022 All-American campaign.
Rhett LowderPitcher, Wake Forest
Rhett Lowder is producing one of the greatest seasons by a Wake Forest pitcher ever in 2023, posting a perfect 12-0 record.
Quinn MathewsPitcher, Stanford
Senior Quinn Mathews has emerged as one of the top aces in the country, recording nine wins and nine saves.
Yohandy MoralesInfielder, Miami
Yohandy Morales is producing one of the greatest seasons in the storied history of Miami Hurricanes baseball.
Ethan PetryOutfielder, South Carolina
In his first season as a South Carolina Gamecock, Ethan Petry has set freshman school records in both home runs and RBI.
Alberto RiosOutfielder, Stanford
Junior Alberto Rios has put together a breakout season for the Cardinal while developing into one of the nation’s top hitters.
Nolan SchanuelInfielder/Outfielder, Florida Atlantic
Nolan Schanuel has exceeded even the highest of expectations in 2023, leading all of Division I in on-base percentage.
Matt ShawInfielder, Maryland
One of the most explosive hitters in the nation, Matt Shaw is in the midst of a truly elite season at the plate.
Hagen SmithPitcher, Arkansas
Hagen Smith has done it all for the Razorbacks, beginning the season as Arkansas’ No. 1 starter before transitioning to a “wild card” role.
Kyle TeelCatcher/Infielder, Virginia
One of the most durable backstops in the country, Kyle Teel has started every game at catcher for the Cavaliers over the past two seasons.
Brock VradenburgInfielder, Michigan State
Brock Vradenburg is second in the Big Ten and ranks 34th in the NCAA in batting average (.397), ranking third in the Big Ten in hits per game
JJ WetherholtInfielder, West Virginia
West Virginia second baseman JJ Wetherholt is in the midst of the greatest season in Mountaineers history, sporting a .447 average.
Tommy WhiteInfielder, LSU
Tommy White has 89 RBI this season, already the sixth-highest single-season total in LSU history and tied for most in the nation.
Jacob WilsonInfielder, Grand Canyon
Jacob Wilson continued his rise to household name in college baseball after being named a 2022 GSA semifinalist.