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National All-Star Lineup - May 15, 2012
Onondaga CC's Matt Engler twirls perfecto over Tompkins Courtland

LUBBOCK, Texas – The College Baseball Hall of Fame and Diamond Sports are proud to announce this week's National All-Star Lineup.

Ross Stripling (Texas A&M) threw the 11th no-hitter in school history. Matt Engler (Onondaga CC) threw a perfect game in a win over Tompkins Courtland. Kevin Gausman pitched in a complete-game win over Vanderbilt and struck out 11. Preston Olson (Utah Valley) set a school record in a two-hit shutout with 16 strikeouts. Jon Leroux (Northeastern) hit .563 with three home runs and 11 RBIs. Nick Miller (Northeastern Junior College) hit for the cycle in a 5-for-5 effort. Brett Van Asdlen (Aurora University) hit .692 with five home runs and 15 RBIs, setting a school record with 10 RBIs in one game. See the full National All-Star Lineup below.

Pablo Bermudez – Florida International, Senior

Hit .588 (10-for-17) with a pair of home runs and 11 runs scored. Bermudez contributed seven RBIs out of the leadoff spot, which contributed to FIU scoring 48 runs over the five-game road trip.

Tony Bucciferro – Michigan State, Senior

Tossed his fourth career shutout Friday. Bucciferro scattered five hits and struck out nine while not walking a batter and became Michigan State’s all-time leader in innings pitched with the complete-game performance.

Jason Coats – TCU, Senior

Batted 8-for-14 (.571) in the weekend sweep of Air Force, including two home runs, eight RBIs and five runs scored.

Matt Engler – Onondaga CC, Freshman

Threw a perfect seven-inning game in a win over Tompkins Courtland CC. Engler struck out eight and did give up a hit or a run. The freshman did not issue a walk in the contest.

Kyle Freeland – Evansville, Freshman

Freeland foiled the Missouri Valley Conference's top hitting team, as he tossed a one-hit shutout with a career-high 11 strikeouts in Evansville’s victory over Missouri State.

Kevin Gausman- LSU, Sophomore

Pitched a complete-game five-hitter in an LSU victory over Vanderbilt. Gausman limited the Commodores to one run on five hits (all singles) in nine innings with one walk and 11 strikeouts. The sophomore threw 123 pitches and recorded the first complete game by an LSU pitcher since May 13, 2011.

Thomas Lee – Sonoma State, Senior

Allowed just two hits and struck out eight in a shutout win over Cal State Monterey Bay. Lee faced just one batter over the minimum after giving just one walk.

Jon Leroux – Northeastern, Junior

Batted .563 (9-for-16) with three doubles, three home runs, eight runs scored and 11 RBIs. The junior had multiple hits in all four games.

Nick Miller – Northeastern Junior College, Sophomore

Hit for the cycle in a 5-for-5 game with two RBIs, three runs scored and a stolen base in a win over Trinidad State JC.

Preston Morrison – TCU, Freshman

Threw eight scoreless innings, allowing only two hits and one walk while striking seven. Morrison is now 8-0 for the season.

Preston Olson – Utah Valley, Senior

Set a school record after pitching a two-hit shutout with 16 strikeouts. Olson improved to 7-0 on the season.

Bill Oppriecht – University of Wisconsin-Platteville, Junior

Pitched his second straight complete game in a win over ranked Wisconsin-Stevens Point. The junior struck out seven in the first doubleheader sweep of UWSP since 1996.

Adam Shank – St. Edward’s, Senior

Hit .692 with five RBIs, including a 6-for-6 game versus Texas A&M-International. On the week, Shank was perfect from the field in 27 chances.

JP Sportman – Central Connecticut State, Sophomore

Produced multiple hits and batted in at least one run in each of Central Connecticut’s four Northeast Conference games against Mount St. Mary’s. Sportman hit .667 (12-for-18) with nine runs scored and seven RBIs during the four-game sweep.

Eric Stamets – Evansville, Junior

Hit .563 on the week with nine hits from the leadoff spot, reaching the 200 career-hit milestone. Stamets scored four runs and stole two bases.

Ross Stripling – Texas A&M, Senior

Threw the 11th no-hitter in Texas A&M baseball history last Saturday against San Diego State. The senior struck out seven and issued one walk during the 106-pitch outing.

Shane Taylor – North Carolina, Sophomore

Allowed just one hit in eight innings in a win over Duke. Taylor struck out eight and retired the final 16 batters to improve to 5-0 on the season.

Brett Van Asdlen – Aurora University, Senior

Batted .692 (9-for-13) with five home runs, a double, 15 RBIs and six runs scored. Van Asdlen set a school single-game record with his 10 RBIs, which featured a three-homer effort (including a grand slam) in a win over Dominican.

A special thank you to the many schools that have sent memorabilia to the College Baseball Hall of Fame. If your school, players or coaches have standout performances throughout the year, feel free to send autographed equipment, media guides, pictures, etc. to the following address to be displayed as part of the College Baseball Hall of Fame exhibit.

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c/o Mike Gustafson
Executive Director
1517 Texas Avenue
Lubbock, TX 79401-5138

The College Baseball Foundation (CBF) is dedicated to preserving college baseball history and recognizing standout teams and individuals who have influenced the collegiate game.

Established as a 501(c)(3) charitable educational organization, the CBF hopes to not only catalog the sport’s history, but to foster an appreciation for the historical development of college baseball and its impact on our culture. The Foundation continues to place importance on the increasing public awareness of college baseball and to create exposure for those who play the greatest game ever played.

The College Baseball Foundation will release its "National All-Star Lineup" each week, giving accolades to the past week’s top performers. The "National All-Star Lineup" receives nominations from college coaches, staff and baseball media contacts.

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