College Baseball Foundation 'National All-Star Lineup' Week Four Winners Announced

March 27, 2008

Lubbock, Texas - Pitching dominates this week's College BaseballFoundation's 'National All-Star Lineup'. Three schools had back to backstellar pitching performances including Missouri, University of SanDiego, and USC. Ike Davis makes the All-Star list once again this weekfor the third straight week and Gordon Beckham secures a spot for thesecond week in a row. Coach Dave Van Horn of Arkansas wins careervictory 800 with a comeback over LSU.

Pac-10 Players In 'National All-Star Lineup'

Tommy Milone and Ryan Cook - USC
Junior left hander Tommy Milone struck out eight in seveninnings to shut out Arizona 5-0. The following day, juniorright-hander Ryan Cook recorded his first complete gameshutout as USC held Arizona scoreless with a 5-0 win.

Josh Satin, Senior - Cal
Satin went 5 for 11 to help win 2 of 3 over Washington State. The seniorsecond baseman knocked a homerun in the second inning of game three toset a school record with a 24-game hitting streak. He broke BrianHorwitz's 23-game record set in 2001.

Ike Davis, Junior - Arizona State
Ike Davis continued his hot streak, going 14 for 26 (.538) with two homersand 10 RBI as ASU went 5-1, including wins over #2 Arizona and #5 UCIrvine. Davis scored seven runs, hit three doubles and recorded threesaves. He allowed three hits in 3.1 innings, striking out three. Davis alsohomered over the Green Monster in centerfield at Packard Stadium,becoming the 22nd player to ever hit a ball over the wall.

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