For the sixth time in six years, a Georgetown baseball player has been selected in the Major League Baseball draft.
The Milwaukee Brewers took Mike Garza, a redshirt junior shortstop for the Hoyas, with the 27th pick in the 20th round of the draft. That selection made him the 635th pick overall.
Garza was named First Team All-Big East this season, and he batted .393 to lead the Blue and Gray during the campaign to go along with eight home runs.
The 6-foot-1, 195-pound Texas native also tied the single-season Georgetown record for hits, with a total of 86 in 2012.
Other former Hoyas who have been selected in the draft in past years include Rand Ravnaas, Erick Fernandez (who was selected twice), Tim Adleman, and Matt Bouchard.