NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Sophomore Enrique Bradfield Jr. received All-America honors from Baseball America the publication announced recently.
Bradfield was named to the Baseball America All-America team, receiving third team honors. The recognition serves as Bradfield’s fifth All-America nod of the postseason, as he becomes a consensus All-American for the second consecutive season.
The second-year outfielder started every game for Vanderbilt this season, while posting a .317 batting average to rank third on the team. He scored a team-high 69 runs on the year, which ranks fifth in the SEC.
Bradfield led the conference in stolen bases for a second consecutive season with 46 on the campaign. He went a perfect 46-of-46 on stolen base attempts, which marks the most in the nation without getting caught.
The Hialeah, Florida, native has 93 career stolen bases and is three stolen bases shy of the Vanderbilt all-time record.