The Seminoles tie a league-high with eight student-athletes on the ACC All-Academic Team.
A total of 16 Seminoles will be playing in leagues across the country this summer.
The Seminoles manage just two hits in suffering their first regional loss since 2008.
The Seminoles will now await their fate in the NCAA Tournament which begins next week.
The Seminoles fall to 1-1 in pool play of the 2014 ACC Baseball Tournament.
2014: Made 53 starts, 34 in right field and 19 as the designated hitter...finished the season hitting .268 with 20 RBI and 34 runs scored...also tallied 34 walks to just 32 strikeouts...earned third team All-ACC honors as a DH/utility...ranked 16th in the conference in walks...one of five Seminoles ranked in the top 150 nationally in walks, helping the Seminoles lead the nation in walks (330)...his 14 doubles on the season tied for third on the team...set single-season career-highs for hits (52), doubles (14), runs (34), and walks (34)...only Seminole regular without an error on the season (perfect in 66 chances), while finishing with a team-high five outfield assists...concluded the ACC Tournament with a .467 on-base percentage, which included three hits and four walks in 15 plate appearances...in ACC play, average rose to .287 with an OBP of .392...set a season-high with three RBI against Stetson (5/6)...against Minnesota (5/3-4), reached base in 6-of-14 appearances, with a hit, two hit by pitches, and three walks...against No. 1 Virginia, had a two-run single in game one (4/25) and had a season-high three hits in game two (4/26), a 7-0 FSU win...also had three hits in consecutive games against Georgia Tech (4/13) and Jacksonville (4/15)...against the Yellow Jackets, had two doubles, a run, walk, and the game-winning two-run single as the `Noles came back from a 4-0, first inning deficit to win 5-4...hit 4-for-12 against Notre Dame (4/4-6) in a series sweep with two doubles, two runs, three walks and an RBI...went 2-for-6 at Clemson (3/22), with two runs and an RBI...registered the only triple of his career at Jacksonville (2/18), bringing home the final run against the Dolphins in a 12-6 FSU victory...opened the season in style, knocking two doubles against Niagara (2/14)...will enter 2015 as the Seminoles leading returner in games played (157), games started (124), and walks (79).
2013: Started in right field and batted leadoff in 34 games - saw action in a total of 40 games in 2013...missed 24 games midway through his sophomore campaign due to a viral infection - returned to action on May 7 at Stetson...finished the year with a .270 average with six doubles, 21 RBI and 32 runs scored...posted a .468 overall on-base percentage (.491 in ACC games) which was second on the team and just .001 behind team leader DJ Stewart...tied for fourth in walks (33) and tied for second in hit-by-pitches (11) despite playing 20 fewer games than most of the squad...had a career day from the plate against Presbyterian (3/6) going 4-for-5 with three runs scored and three RBI including a two-run home run to right field - his first home run as a Seminole...drew a career-high four walks against Boston College (3/8) ...knocked in a career-high four RBI against Stetson (3/20) ...registered multiple walks in eight games and multiple RBI in five games ...had two outfield assists from right field...reached base in his final seven games of the season...hit .333 in the NCAA Super Regional against Indiana.
2012: Led all Seminole freshmen with a .267 batting average recording 35 hits in 131 at-bats...finished with 10 doubles, 19 runs scored and 20 RBI...appeared in 59 games making 37 starts - 30 in right field, six as the designated hitter and one in left field...became an everyday starter following the series finale at Georgia Tech...hit .306 in league play with five doubles, 12 RBI and eight runs...scored three runs through the first four games...first collegiate at-bat came on opening day against Hofstra (2/17)...collected his first career RBI on a sac-bunt in the opening game against Maine (3/2) and earned his first collegiate hit in the series finale at Duke (3/11)...hitting a double to left to score two runs...finished with a season-high three hits twice - in game one of a doubleheader at Clemson (5/14) and in the Super Regional against Stanford (6/10)...drove in a career-high three runs in FSU's 6-2 victory over NC State (5/19)...put together a season-high six-game hitting streak halfway through the season...named to the Tallahassee Regional All-Tournament team after finishing the regional hitting .400 in three starts in right field...collected four hits and drove in two...hit .500 in the Super Regional against Stanford with four runs, two RBI...started all four games in right field at the College World Series...doubled and scored a run in the opening game against Arizona (6/15)...recorded a base hit against UCLA (6/19)...finished with a perfect fielding percentage converting on all 69 of his fielding attempts...recorded two outfield assists...played summer ball with the Peninsula Oilers of the Alaska Baseball League.
HIGH SCHOOL: Garnered All-County honors and was named team MVP at Bartow High School following his senior season...hit .428 with three home runs and 20 stolen bases as a senior...named Polk County Male Student-Athlete of the Year as a senior...Honor Roll student and graduated in the top 10 percent of his class in terms of GPA...member of the National Honor Society, Spanish Club, Anchor Club and Frisbee Club at Bartow High.
PERSONAL: Son of Tim and Patricia Delph...full name is Thomas Josh Delph...father played semi-pro baseball, while grandfather played college baseball...member of the 3.0 GPA Club at FSU (Fall 2011)...majoring in social sciences education....born November 9, 1992.