Wilmington’s Jamie Treml Named Second Team Capital One Academic All-American
Thursday, May 29, 2014 - Young Harris, Ga.
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Junior Jamie Treml became the third Wilmington student-athlete to be named a Capital One Academic All-American after earning Second Team honors this week. Copyright 2014; Wilmington University. All rights reserved.
Junior left-handed pitcher Jamie Treml was selected to the second team of the 2014 Capital One Academic All-America Division II Baseball Team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
The business management major with a 3.70 grade point average, Treml is the first Wilmington University baseball team member to earn Academic All-America status. Treml becomes the third Wildcat student-athlete to be named Capital One Division II Academic All-American, following softball’s Katie Warrington (twice), and volleyball’s Brittany Biddle in years’ past.
The Capital One Division II Academic All-America® program is being financially supported by the NCAA Division II national governance structure to assist CoSIDA with handling the awards fulfillment aspects for the 2013-14 Division II Academic All-America teams program.
Treml led the baseball team to a 35-11-1 overall record and the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference regular season championship with a 17-3 conference record. The Wildcats earned an at-large bid into their fourth straight NCAA Division II East Regional Tournament, led by Treml’s perfect 9-0 record. He also pitched seven scoreless innings against St. Thomas Aquinas to earn a win in the first game of the Regional Tournament.
On the diamond, Treml led the CACC with a 0.96 earned run average in 11 appearances, pitching 47 innings on the season. He struck out 58 batters while being a par of four shutouts on the mound, finishing third in the CACC in averaging 11.11 strikeouts per game.
Treml has one class left in order to graduate, with a season of eligibility remaining under his belt. Treml earned a medical redshirt for the 2013 season, allowing him to play a fifth season in 2015 while also starting graduate school.
The lefty pitcher was also a Third Team Daktronics All-American, First Team Daktronics All-East Region, Second Second NCBWA All-East Region, Second Team ABCA All-East Region, and First Team All-CACC performer for his play during his junior season.
Fellow CACC member Joe Petosa was also named Second Team Academic All-American for Felician, rounding out the East Region school members on the Second Team.
The entire 2014 Capital One Academic All-America Baseball Team can be found here.
2014 Capital One Academic All-America Division II Baseball Second Team:
P – Preston Packrall, Sr., Tampa – 3.43 GPA, Business Management
P – Jamie Treml, Jr., Wilmington – 3.70 GPA, Business Management
C – Chas Goodwin, Sr., Newberry – 3.98 GPA, Chemistry (Biochem) & Biology
IF – Will Kengor, Sr., Slippery Rock – 3.45 GPA, Journalism
IF – Paul Kronenfeld, Sr., Catawba – 3.94 GPA, Business Administration
IF – Tony Schicktanz, Sr., Regis – 3.90 GPA, Biology/Pre-Med
IF – Brandon Wilson, Sr., Lubbock Christian – 3.62 GPA, Secondary Education
OF – Tyler Adams, Sr., Upper Iowa – 3.75 GPA, Exercise & Sports Science
OF – Ben Albano, Sr., Lewis – 3.60 GPA, Business Administration
OF – Joe Petosa, Sr., Felician – 3.79 GPA, MBA
DH – Dan Johnson, Sr., Millersville – 3.74 GPA, Mathematics