Since its first NCAA Tournament appear- ance in 1990, the Southern Miss baseball program has had a recent history of
success on the playing field. That success
has been rewarded in the form of numerous
All-American honors. In all, 22 players have
earned 48 All-American Honors.
Southern Miss has had 15 players named
Freshman All-American since 1992, including
at least one honoree in eight of the last 10
years. The Golden Eagles had four selected in
2002 and three in 2006.
Jeff Cook, Tommy Davis and Jarrett
Hoffpauir lead all Golden Eagles with a total
of five All-American honors. Davis earned
three first-team selections, Hoffpauir had
three and Cook finished with two.
Daniel Best, Davis and Austin Tubb are the
only Golden Eagles to be named to an All-American team more than one time with all
three being named two different years.
Ryan Frith, Clint King and Tubb were
selected to four different All-American teams.
The Golden Eagles also have had 10 players named to the ESPN The Magazine College
Sports Information Directors of American
Academic All-American team.
Derek Reams was the only player to be
named more than once, earning spots on the
1994 and 1995 teams.