|Mayville State||34-19||.642||Lost 1||5-4||21-6||8-9|
|Arizona Christian||34-23||.596||Lost 1||17-11||12-10||5-2|
|CSU-San Marcos||27-22||.551||Lost 3||15-12||12-10||0-0|
|Thomas (GA)||25-23||.521||Lost 2||14-9||9-6||2-8|
|Dakota State||28-28||.500||Lost 3||9-5||17-19||2-4|
|Dickinson State||21-27||.438||Lost 3||4-6||8-12||9-9|
|Houston - Victoria||20-29||.408||Won 3||11-12||9-17||0-0|
|Valley City||12-27||.308||Lost 2||1-5||5-12||6-10|
|Louisiana State-Alexandria||12-30||.286||Lost 8||9-13||3-17||0-0|
|La Sierra||3-33||.083||Lost 7||0-6||3-27||0-0|
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced the 2015 Baseball All-America Teams, selected by the NAIA-Baseball Coaches Association All-America Committee. National Player of the Year Ty Abbott of Georgia Gwinnett headlines the group of 34 individuals named to the first and second team. An additional 34 student-athletes received honorable mention recognition.
Abbott, a native of Milton, Ga., was awarded the Association of Independent Institutions Player of the Year after leading the Grizzlies to a 50-14 record – their second-consecutive season with 50-or-more wins – and an appearance in the NAIA Baseball National Championship Opening Round for the second-straight year.