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Conference Preview: Pac-12

Mike Rooney        
Photo: Scott Chandler

Preseason College Top 25 | Preseason All-American Team | 2015 College Baseball Preview Index


For all of Perfect Game's conference previews as part of the 2015 college baseball preview content, the predicted order of finish 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.


Predicted Order of Finish


Overall/conference win-loss records from 2014 indicated | * Denotes projected conference automatic bid


No. Team W L W L
1 UCLA* 25 30 12 18
2 Oregon 44 20 18 12
3 Arizona State 33 24 19 11
4 Stanford 35 26 16 14
5 Oregon State 45 14 23 7
6 Arizona 22 33 9 21
7 Washington 41 17 21 9
8 Southern California 29 24 16 14
9 Washington State 24 30 14 16
10 California 26 27 13 17
11 Utah 16 36 4 26


Preseason All-Conference Team

Pos. Name Class School Stats/Notes
C Austin Rei Jr. Washington .314-2-28; above avg. defender, hits third
1B Jeremy Martinez So. Southern California .297-1-29; more BBs than Ks as frosh
2B Scott Kingery Jr. Arizona .354-1-26; won Pac-12 batting title in 2014
3B Mitchell Tolman Jr. Oregon .315-2-49; pure hit tool from left side
SS Kevin Newman Jr. Arizona .304-0-34; back-to-back Cape Cod batting titles
OF Braden Bishop Jr. Washington .304-0-27; 21 stolen bases, high draft profile
OF Zach Hoffpauir Jr. Stanford .324-7-35; plus athlete, also plays football
OF Jeff Hendrix Jr. Oregon State .351-2-32; freakish athleticism, emerging power
DH Shaun Chase Sr. Oregon .283-14-37; led conference in HRs in 2014
UT Bobby Dalbec So. Arizona .266-2-30, 3-5, 2.13 ERA; led team in ERA as frosh
SP James Kaprielian Jr. UCLA 7-6, 2.29 ERA; 90-94 FB, big summer w/ Team USA
SP Cal Quantrill So. Stanford 7-5, 2.68 ERA; plus changeup, 110.2 IP as frosh
SP Kyle Davis Jr. Southern California 3-4, 1.12 ERA; 9 saves, third nationally in ERA
SP Brett Lilek Jr. Arizona State 4-5, 2.68 ERA; easy low-90s FB, pot. 1st rounder
RP David Berg Sr. UCLA 3-2, 1.50 ERA; 11 saves, 132 career appearances

Player of the Year: David Berg, rhp, UCLA

Pitcher of the Year: Cal Quantirll, rhp, Stanford

Freshman of the Year: Griffin Canningrhp, UCLA



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