USM’s Reed Trimble earns NCBWA All-America Honors
In Hattiesburg, Southern Miss baseball standout Reed Trimble is a freshman All-American for the second time over, courtesy of the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, less than a week after taking home the like from Collegiate Baseball.
Playing in his first full season due to COVID-19, Trimble held a share of the team lead for batting average with Gabe Montenegro, hitting at a clip of .345.
The five-tool outfielder also paced USM with 17 home runs, 72 runs batted in, and 12 stolen bases, becoming the first freshman to lead the Golden Eagles in homers since Matt Wallner hit 19 in 2017.
Each of the Big Three schools in the Magnolia state represented by the NCBWA. Trimble is a first team selection where he’s joined by Mississippi State hurler Will Bednar as well as Ole Miss shortstop Jacob Gonzalez who earns a spot on the second team.