Ole Miss catcher Henri Lartigue and center fielder J.B. Woodman were named to the All-SEC First Team, while second baseman Tate Blackman was selected to the second-team.
Lartigue leads all Southeastern Conference catchers with a .358 batting average and a .371 mark in conference play.
The junior was named a semifinalist for the Johnny Bench Award last week becoming only the second SEC player ever to receive that honor. He also has a .405 on-base percentage.
Woodman leads the SEC with 13 home runs and carries a .319 average with 49 RBIs and team-high .407 on base percentage and a .565 slugging percentage. The junior was also named to the SEC's All-Defensive team after piling up nine assists.
Sophomore Blackman carries a .332 batting average with a .459 slugging percentage.
Ole Miss opens play in the Southeastern Conference baseball tournament 1 p.m. Tuesday in Hoover, Alabama. The 7th seeded Rebels face 10th seeded Georgia.
The Rebels face a must-win to advance and if Ole Miss defeats the Bulldogs, they would advance to play South Carolina on Wednesday.
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