The First and Second 2016 Perfect Game/Rawlings Freshmen All-American Teams are now available, which are highlighted by the incredible season by Clemson outfielder and POY candidate Seth Beer.
While J.C. Cloney provided a huge complete game shutout performance in Arizona's 3-0 win over Coastal Carolina in game one of the CWS Finals, Cody Ramer set the tone, on offense and defense, from beginning to end.
Eric Lauer of Kent State had a particularly dominant 2016 season and was an easy choice for the 2016 Perfect Game/Rawlings College Baseball All-American First Team. A second, third and honorable mention teams are also included.
Bobby Dalbec delivered another huge starting performance on the mound for Arizona as they continue their magical run through Omaha with a spot in the CWS Finals against Coastal Carolina.
Andrew Beckwith twirled his second consecutive complete game gem at the 2016 College World Series on Friday, forcing a Saturday elimination game against TCU with a 4-1 win. Arizona did the same to Oklahoma State, winning 9-3.
Coastal Carolina advances to Friday of the 2016 College World Series, beating Texas Tech 7-3 in an elimination game on Thursday, as catcher David Parrett drove in three of his team’s seven runs.
The Arizona Wildcats, once again behind excellent pithing – this time from J.C. Cloney – defeated UC Santa Barbara 3-0 on Wednesday to win their fourth straight elimination game in the postseason.
The Elmira Pioneers in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League averaged 3,377 fans a year ago, third best in all summer collegiate baseball, with a truly unique fan experience in upstate New York.
Texas Tech beat the Gators 3-2 on Tuesday in an elimination game that sent Florida home, due in large part to Eric Gutierrez’s heroics, which included a two-run home run. TCU also won to advance in the winners’ bracket.
Tyler Buffett followed Thomas Hatch’s masterful performance on Saturday with one of his own on Monday, as Oklahoma State beat Arizona 1-0. UC Santa Barbara also won in an elimination game over Miami, 5-3.