Senior Ricky Sanchez tore up the Northwoods League to earn midseason and postseason all-star berths.
The honor highlighted an impressive first two months for Irish players around the country.
Fourteen Irish players are set to compete in different leagues around the country this summer.
Notre Dame (37-21) moves into the winner's bracket at the NCAA Champaign Regional.
After a tough 2014 season, the Irish are in the NCAA Regionals for the first time since 2006.
The Irish opened NCAA Champaign Regional play in fine fashion Friday, May 29, 2015 with a 13-7 win over Wright State.
The Irish play their first series on the new FieldTurf at Frank Eck Stadium as Clemson comes calling May 9-11.
AT NOTRE DAME (2014-PRESENT): Has shown great development from first season … good fastball and changeup mix … improved curveball … has starter ability … sported a 3.225 GPA heading into the 2015 spring semester.
HONORS & AWARDS: ACC Academic Honor Roll (2014).
FRESHMAN SEASON (2014): Made five appearances out of the Irish bullpen in first season, pitching five innings … went 0-0 with a 3.60 ERA … held left-handed hitters to a .111 batting average … batters were 1-for-11 (.091) with runners on base … threw two scoreless innings of relief in first career appearance at No. 24 Florida Atlantic (Feb. 15), striking out three batters … made ACC debut against No. 6 NC State (March 9), going 0.2 innings and allowing one run … went back-to-back appearances without allowing a run against Wake Forest (March 30) and Northeastern (April 26) … named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
PREP & PERSONAL: Graduated from Reading Memorial High School in Reading, Massachusetts in the spring of 2013 ... earned four letters each in baseball and golf ... ranked the No. 3 LHP and the No. 13 overall high school prospect out of in Massachusetts in 2013 by Perfect Game ... named second team all-region for the Northeast Region by Rawlings in 2013 ... selected underclass honorable mention All-American by Perfect Game in 2012 ... hurled a no-hitter against Arlington (MA) ... won eight games and recorded two saves as a senior to earn league MVP honors ... had a minuscule 0.52 ERA with 97 strikeouts ... had seven wins and four saves as a junior by recording a 0.72 ERA with 120 strikeouts to earn league all-star accolades ... picked up seven wins and a save while posting a 1.21 ERA with 107 K's to earn league all-star honors as a sophomore ... opened career with seven wins while posting a 1.63 ERA with 86 strikeouts as a freshman to earn league all-star honors ... selected to the all-scholastic team as a junior and senior ... full name is Scott Richard Tully Jr. ... born in Winchester, Massachusetts to Scott and Sheila Tully ... has two brothers, Troy and Cole, and one younger sister, Grace ... father, Scott, played football at Yale ... uncle, Mark, played football at Dartmouth ... uncle, Rob, played hockey at Army ... cousin, Brian, played football at Dartmouth and cousin, Chris, played football at Brown ... cousin Melissa, played basketball at Williams College ... went to same high school and played for same coach as Irish assistant Jesse Woods ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business … undecided on major.
**Career Stats Attached Above As PDF (As Of May 17, 2014)**