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Three Baseballers Earn NCBWA Honors
Release: 06/21/1999
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June 10, 1999

Three members of the Washington baseball team earned mention on the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Assocations All-America teams, which were announced today.

Pitcher Jeff Heaverlo and catcher Dominic Woody were named to the All-America third team while outfielder Bryan Williamson earned honorable mention. All three were named to the All-Pac-10 first team last month.

Heaverlo, a junior from Ephrata, Wash., is the UW's all-time leader for strikeouts in a season and in a career. This spring, he posted a 10-4 record and fanned 131 batters in 108.2 innings. Heaverlo was drafted by the Seattle Mariners with the 33rd pick in the draft last week.

Woody, a junior from Richland, Wash., broke the Husky single-season home runs record with 19 this season, while also tying the RBI mark of 73. He was drafted in the fourth round by Florida.

Williamson, a senior from Kennewick, Wash., led Washington with his .392 batting average. He also tallied 10 home runs and 46 RBI and ranks in numerous UW career top 10s, including batting, runs, RBI, doubles and home runs. He was the Minnesota Twins' 43rd-round draft pick.

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