Seven Pac-10 Players Named Louisville Slugger Freshman All-Americans
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - Seven Pac-10 players were named to the Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-America baseball team, Collegiate Baseball announced Wednesday. UCLA had two players receiving All-America honors, while ARIZONA, ARIZONA STATE, CALIFORNIA, OREGON STATE and STANFORD each had one player named to the team.
UCLA right-handed pitcher Adam Plutko finished the season with a 2.01 ERA and a 7-4 record. An All-Conference team selection, he tallied 92 strikeouts, which ranks seventh in the Pac-10.
Zack Weiss completed his first season for the Bruins with a 2.86 ERA and a 5-3 record. He recorded 53 strikeouts in 66 innings of work.
Arizona outfielder Johnny Field hit .297 for the Wildcats with 15 doubles, five triples and three home runs. His .491 slugging percentage ranks fourth among Pac-10 players.
Arizona State right-handed pitcher Trevor Williams leads the Sun Devils with his 1.91 ERA in 31 appearances, all out of the bullpen. The honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection has a 1-0 record with 35 strikeouts.
California left-handed pitcher Kyle Porter is 5-0 with a 1.62 ERA, 52 strikeouts and three saves. Porter pitched 6.2 innings in the Bears' 8-0 win over Baylor in the regionals on Sunday.
Oregon State designated hitter Kavin Keyes, an All-Pac-10 selection, leads the Beavers with a .316 batting average. He has 10 doubles, one home run and 30 RBI this season.
Stanford first baseman Brian Ragira, the Pac-10 Freshman of the Year, leads the team in RBI with 43 this season. He is hitting .320 with seven doubles, five triples and four home runs.