USA TODAY Network All-SEC baseball team is in. Here's who made the cut

Aria Gerson
Nashville Tennessean

LSU baseball swept both major awards from the USA TODAY Sports Network's All-SEC teams.

A panel of eight sportswriters who cover SEC baseball selected the Tigers' Paul Skenes as the SEC Pitcher of the Year and Dylan Crews as SEC Player of the Year.

Skenes also was named the SEC Newcomer of the Year after LSU finished third in the league with a 19-10 conference record and was ranked No. 1 in the nation for much of the regular season.

Skenes led the SEC in ERA both overall (1.77) and in conference play (2.15). He also led the conference during the regular season in strikeouts, opponent batting average, wins and innings pitched.

Crews won the SEC batting title with a .423 average and hit .405 in SEC games, the only player in the conference to hit over .400. He also led the league with a .573 on-base percentage and was at .545 in SEC games. He hit 14 home runs.

Arkansas' Dave Van Horn was named SEC Coach of the Year for leading his Razorbacks to a co-championship with Florida and 20-10 conference record despite dealing with several major injuries throughout the season.

Georgia's Charlie Condon and South Carolina's Ethan Petry were voted SEC Co-Freshmen of the Year. Condon, a redshirt freshman, hit .339 in conference play and ranked second in the SEC with 25 home runs. Petry, a true freshman, hit .359 in conference play and tied for fourth in the SEC with 21 home runs.

Crews and Skenes were also the only unanimous selections. Eight of 14 teams landed a player on the team.

USA TODAY Sports Network All-SEC baseball team

Catcher: Calvin Harris, Ole Miss

First base: Charlie Condon, Georgia

Second base: Emilien Pitre, Kentucky

Third base: Tommy White, LSU

Shortstop: Josh Rivera, Florida

Outfield: Dylan Crews, LSU

Outfield: Wyatt Langford, Florida

Outfield: Ethan Petry, South Carolina

DH/Utility: Jac Caglianone, Florida

Starting pitcher: Paul Skenes, LSU

Starting pitcher: Hagen Smith, Arkansas

Starting pitcher: Devin Futrell, Vanderbilt

Relief pitcher: Nick Maldonado, Vanderbilt

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Voters: Aria Gerson, The Tennessean; Koki Riley, Lafayette Daily Advertiser; Mike Wilson, Knoxville News Sentinel; Emily Adams, The Greenville News; Mikey DiLullo, The Tuscaloosa News; David Eckert, The Clarion-Ledger, Stefan Krajisnik, The Clarion Ledger