Majewski, Street Named All-Americans

Street earns second-team honors (Gallagher)

Senior right fielder <B>Dustin Majewski </B>and sophomore reliever <B>Huston Street </B>were named to the first and second-team lists of the 2003 National Collegiate Baseball Writer's Association (NCBWA) All-America squads.

Majewski, already tabbed an All-American by both Collegiate Baseball and USA Today, leads Texas in nine offensive categories, while leading the Big 12 with 82 RBI over 66 games. He ranks third in the league with a team-best .389 average after batting a conference-best .440 in Big 12 play. The two-time Big 12 Conference Tournament and 2003 first-team All-Big 12 honoree also ranks among the conference's top 10 players in hits (102), doubles (21), triples (6), home runs (12), total bases (171), slugging (.653) and stolen bases (20). A clutch hitter, Majewski hit .522 this year with runners in scoring position and a team-best 12 game-winning RBI.

The Austin NCAA Regional Most Outstanding Player, Majewski was the Oakland A’s third-round draft pick earlier this month.

Street has notched four saves during NCAA regional action after posting a league-best 0.74 ERA during conference play. The Boy Wonder garnered two wins and a pair of saves en route to capturing All-Tournament team honors in helping Texas earn its second consecutive Big 12 Tournament title last month.

Street currently boasts an overall ERA of 1.38 to lead all Big 12 pitchers (No. 4 nationally). Texas' career saves leader with 28 to date, Street also holds an 8-0 record and 14 saves this season to set a new school sophomore saves record. Additionally, Street, a two-time first-team All-Big 12 honoree, has fanned 67 on the year while walking only 13 over 71.2 innings. Street was the Most Outstanding Player of the 2002 College World Series.

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