STAMOS NAMED TO CSC ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT TEAM
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STAMOS NAMED TO CSC ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT TEAM

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee graduate pitcher Chris Stamos was named to the 2024 Academic All-District Team by the College Sports Communicators (CSC) on Tuesday afternoon.

This marks the second straight season that Stamos has been selected to the CSC Academic All-District Team after earning the same honors while playing for Cal last season.

The Vols have now had at least one player named to the Academic All-District Team in eight consecutive seasons dating back to 2017.

In his lone season with UT, Stamos has proven to be an important part of the team’s pitching staff. The veteran lefty moved into the Vols’ game one starter role midway through SEC play and has gone on to post a 3-0 record with a 3.60 ERA and 1.13 WHIP to go along with 32 strikeouts in 30.0 innings pitched while holding opposing hitters to a .184 batting average this season.

In the classroom, the California native boasts an impressive 3.74 combined GPA and a perfect 4.00 GPA for his graduate courses. Stamos is pursuing a master’s degree in Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communication after earning his bachelor’s degree from Cal, Berkeley in media studies.

Based on his selection to the all-district team and his achievements on and off the field, Stamos has qualified to be a finalist for CSC Academic All-America recognition, which will be voted on by CSC members and announced on July 2.

To view the complete list of CSC All-District Team members, click HERE.