Cade Feeney Has Been Named To The D1 Baseball Freshman All-American Team

     North Dakota State standout pitcher Cade Feeney is already making an impact in college baseball in his freshman year. Feeney was named to the Freshman All-American second team Monday, July 12. He was also only one of 10 true freshman starting pitchers between the first and second All-American teams.

     Feeney is a righty from Bismarck, N.D., who went 8-1 in 13 starts earning All-Summit League first team honors this past season. The eight wins tied him for the second-most wins in school history by a freshman. Feeney was also one of only four freshman starters in the country to rack up eight or more wins this season.


2021 D1Baseball Freshman All-Americans

First Team

C – Daniel Susac, Arizona

1B – Caden Grice, Clemson

2B – Carter Trice, Old Dominion

3B – Brayden Taylor, TCU

SS – Jacob Gonzalez, Ole Miss

OF – Enrique Bradfield, Vanderbilt

OF – Dylan Crews, LSU

OF – Kyle Teel, Virginia

DH – Jacob Berry, Arizona

UT – Paul Skenes, Air Force

SP – Trey Gibson, Liberty

SP – Thomas Harrington, Campbell

SP – Jace Kaminska, Wichita State

SP – Brennan Struprich, Southeastern Louisiana

SP – Blade Tidwell, Tennessee

RP – Max Rajcic, UCLA

RP – Tanner Witt, Texas

UT – Paul Skenes, Air Force


Second Team

C – Bennett Lee, Tulane

1B – Tre Morgan, LSU

2B – Mitchell Daly, Texas

3B – Max Anderson, Nebraska

SS – Pascanel Ferreras, Western Carolina

OF – TJ McCants, Ole Miss

OF – Zach Rodriguez, UC Santa Barbara

OF – Cayden Wallace, Arkansas

DH – Kevin Parada, Georgia Tech

UT – Ethan Long, Arizona State

SP – Frank Elissalt, La Salle

SP – Cade Feeney, North Dakota State

SP – Luke Fox, Duke

SP – Jeremy Lee, South Alabama

SP – Carter Young, Grand Canyon

RP – Aaron Nixon, Texas

RP – River Ridings, TCU

UT – Ethan Long, Arizona State


Freshman of the Year: Jacob Gonzalez, Ole Miss