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Three Honored By Perfect Game

Photo By: TBD   01-20-2014

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CORVALLIS, Ore. – Michael Conforto was named a first-team preseason All-American by Perfect Game USA on Monday, while Dylan Davis and Andrew Moore were named to its second team.

The three Oregon State selections are second most in the country, behind only Virginia. Conforto is the lone player from the Pac-12 Conference on the first team while Moore and Davis join Stanford’s Alex Blandino and UCLA’s David Berg as second-team selections from the league.

It is Conforto’s second preseason first-team selection, and for good reason. He was named the Pac-12’s Player of the Year in 2013 after batting .328 with a league-leading 11 home runs and 47 runs driven in. He comes into his junior year with 24 career home runs, just 11 shy of the program’s all-time record.

For Davis and Moore, it is their third preseason honors.

Davis led the Pac-12 with 61 RBI in 2013 and paced the Beavers with a .335 batting average en route to being named a first-team all-league selection. He also stole nine bases in 12 attempts.

Moore tied for the nation’s lead with a 14-2 record last season and his 1.79 earned run average ranks in the top 10 for a single season at OSU. He was named a first-team All-American by multiple organizations and was named the Pac-12’s Freshman of the Year.

See Oregon State’s preseason All-Americans with season tickets, which can be purchased now by visiting They can also be purchased over the phone (1-800-GOBEAVS) or in person at Gill Coliseum beginning Tuesday.

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