Oregon Baseball: Cole Irvin Picks Up Another Postseason Honor

Cole Irvin

Oregon Freshman Pitcher Cole Irvin was named a member of  the Baseball America All American First Team yesterday. The young left hander has had several awards this post season – among the others he has been named to the Louisville Slugger and NCBWA All American teams.

Irvin set a record for wins by a Freshman this past season logging 12 victories and helping the Ducks to a Regional berth in the NCAA Tournament. The Ducks lost in the series at PK Park to Rice.

According to GoDucks.com Irvin finished the year with a 12-3 record. He threw 116 inning in 16 starts in 2012-13 for the Ducks.  He is not on the short list for awards this past season. Irvin was named Pac 12 Pitcher of the Week twice and earned a place on the Eugene Regional All Tournament team for his effort against San Francisco in the Eugene Regional of the NCAA Tournament. Irvin threw a complete game and gave up one run on six hits and striking out nine.



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