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College  | Story  | 1/18/2022

Conference Preview: Pac-12

Tyler Henninger     
Photo: Brock Jones (Karen Hickey, ISI Photos)
Preseason Top 25 Rankings | Preseason All-Americans | College Content Preview Index

For all of Perfect Game's conference previews as part of the 2022 college baseball preview content, the 2021 records and all-conference teams are available for free. The conference top prospects and individual team breakdowns can be viewed with a College Baseball Ticket (CBT) subscription. To learn more about the College Baseball Ticket and to sign up today please visit this link.

2021 Records

Teams are listed in alphabetical order* 

Arizona 45 18 21 9
Arizona State 33 22 16 14
California 29 26 15 15
Oregon 39 16 20 10
Oregon State 37 24 16 14
Southern California 35 26 13 17
Stanford 39 17 17 10
UCLA 37 20 18 12
Utah 17 33 7 23
Washington 20 20 8 21
Washington State 26 33 13 17

Preseason All-Conference Team

Name School Stats/Notes
C Daniel Susac Arizona .335-12-65; massive FR year, big time power, strong catch and throw ability, first rd. talent
1B Will Simpson Washington .310-7-35; physical build, big time power potential, middle of the order bat
2B Sean McLain Arizona State .322-7-37; top of the order hitter, solid pullside power, quality defender up the middle
SS Josh Kasevich Oregon .324-4-50; enticing build, produces on both sides of the ball, makes contact often
3B Drew Bowser Stanford .302- 7-41; physical frame, solid infield glove, middle of the order power
OF Brock Jones Stanford .311-18-62; exceptional athlete, will hit for power and average, quality defender at a premium position
OF Dylan Beavers California .303-18-49; middle of the order bat, uses the entire field, could handle CF 
OF Tanner Smith Oregon .324-5-36; ultra competitor, gap to gap power, advanced bat to ball skills
DH Jacob Melton Oregon State .404-6-25; excelled in injury-shortened ‘21, well-rounded hitter, athletic, can play CF
UT Ethan Long Arizona State .340-16-54; breakout FR year, run producing bat with power to all fields, plus arm
SP Cooper Hjerpe Oregon State 77 IP, 4.21 ERA, 98 K: 27 BB; generates tons of s/m, FB up to 96 mph, SL continues to get better
SP Max Rajcic UCLA 32 2/3 IP, 1.65 ERA, 36 K: 8 BB; dominant reliever FR year, three quality pitches, low-90’s FB, advanced feel for CB 
SP TJ Nichols Arizona 60 1/3 IP, 4.77 ERA, 66 K: 31 BB; dominant two-pitch mix, FB has touch 99 mph, sharp mid-80’s SL
SP Josh White California 61 1/3 IP, 2.79 ERA, 81 K: 25 BB; has ace stuff, FB up to 96 mph, generates plenty of whiffs
RP Kolby Somers Oregon 26 1/3 IP, 3.08 ERA, 11 SV;  veteran backend arm, FB sits 90-93 mph, mid-80’s CB is an out pitch

Player of the Year:
OF Brock Jones, Stanford
Pitcher of the Year: LHP Cooper Hjerpe, Oregon State
Freshman of the Year: SS Cody Schrier, UCLA

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