LeJeune is the first Red Raider to be named CoSIDA Academic All-District since 2005
LUBBOCK, Texas - Texas Tech redshirt junior first baseman Scott LeJeune has been named to the Capital One Academic All-District first team, which was recently announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
LeJeune, who will graduate in August with a degree in business management, tallied a perfect 4.0 grade point average during the fall semester and currently holds a 3.47 cumulative GPA.
LeJeune is the first Red Raider to be named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District first team since 2005 (Cody Fuller).
LeJeune was one of four players from the Big 12 honored on the District 7 team, along with Texas A&M's Ross Stripling (Pitcher) and Baylor's Kolt Browder (Pitcher) and Logan Vick (Outfield).
In his fourth season with the Tech program, LeJeune is batting .307 (61-for-199) with 31 runs scored, 14 doubles, one home run, 37 RBI and 16 walks while having started in all 50 games for the Red Raiders this season.
Entering the spring semester, LeJeune had been named to the Texas Tech academic honor roll on five occasions, four times earning Dean's List status (3.5-4.00 GPA).
LeJeune has enjoyed a standout career at Texas Tech while batting .317 in 161 career games played with 95 runs, 56 doubles (third in Tech history), four triples, seven home runs, 132 RBI and 45 walks. In addition, LeJeune needs just one base hit to become the ninth player in Texas Tech history with 200 career base hits.
First team all-district selections now become eligible for Capital One Academic All-America recognition which will be announced later this season.