AUSTIN, Texas — Texas Longhorns redshirt sophomore right-handed pitcher Ty Madden was named to the D1 Baseball All-America First Team, the organization announced Monday.
Madden has been named to four other All-America first teams, including the Perfect Game All-America first team, according to Texas Athletics.
In the College World Series, Madden made two starts, pitched a total of 13 innings and logged 18 strikeouts and four earned runs allowed. Madden started in the 2-1 loss to Mississippi State to open the CWS and the 8-5 win nearly one week later against Mississippi State.
For the 2021 season, Madden finished with a 2.45 ERA in 113 and two-thirds innings pitched. Madden struck out 137 batters, the most by a Texas pitcher since J.P. Howell in 2004, according to Texas Athletics. The sophomore also held opposing hitters to a .188 batting average.
Texas finished the 2021 season with a 50-17 record. UT was 13-5 in games when Madden pitched on the mound for the Longhorns.
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