Penn State Baseball Earns Three Spots On ABCA All-Region Teams

Three Penn State baseball players earned spots on the American Baseball Coaches Association All-Region East Teams on Tuesday. Adam Cecere and JT Marr were named to the first team, while Travis Luensmann was named to the second team.

During the 2024 season, catcher Marr batted .416 with 92 hits, including 17 doubles and six home runs, 54 RBI, 50 runs, 20 walks, and three steals, while posting a .995 fielding percentage. His batting average never dipped below .408 in the season.

Outfielder Cecere batted a .324 average in his lone season at Penn State, including 60 hits, 53 RBI, 50 runs, and 47 walks. He also notched seven steals.

Pitcher Luensmann recorded a 4.44 ERA in his senior season at Penn State and recorded a 7-2 record with 15 starts. He recorded 74 strikeouts in 81 innings and held his batters to a .210 average. His 6.67 hits allowed per nine innings was good enough for fifth in the Big Ten,

Both Cecere and Marr’s college careers ended with Penn State’s loss in the Big Ten Tournament to Nebraska as they ran out of eligibility. Luensmann still has one more year of eligibility remaining.

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