The 2014 ACC Baseball All-Tournament team was released Sunday afternoon following the ACC Championship game, and North Carolina placed one infielder on the team. Third baseman Landon Lassiter was named to the team for his strong play all week long. Lassiter hit .300 in 58 games as of May 24th for the Tar Heels while racking up 20 RBIs and scoring 39 runs.
Duke also was represented on the team with outfielder Ryan Deitrich. Georgia Tech had the most players on the team with three in second basemen Mott Hyde, outfielder Daniel Spingola and pitcher and overall MVP Dusty Issacs.
Here is the full roster of the team from this link from the ACC Tournament website.
C: Kevin Martir, Maryland
1B: LaMonte Wade, Maryland
2B: Mott Hyde, Georgia Tech
3B: Landon Lassiter, North Carolina
SS: Blake Schmit, Maryland
OF: Ryan Deitrich, Duke
OF: Daniel Spingola, Georgia Tech
OF: Dale Carey, Miami
Util/DH: Nick Howard, Virginia
P: Drew Van Orden, Duke
P: Dusty Isaacs, (MVP), Georgia Tech
North Carolina went 2-2 overall in the ACC Tournament, beating N.C. State and Maryland while falling to Florida State and Virginia. The Heels now await to see if they make the NCAA post-season baseball field of 64. That field will be announced tomorrow afternoon in the Division I Baseball Selection Show on ESPNU at noon.