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Camporeale, Ray & Voth Earn All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention
Release: 05/29/2013
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May 29, 2013

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WALNUT CREEK, Wash. - Three Washington baseball players - Michael Camporeale, Jayce Ray and Austin Voth - earned honorable mention as the Pac-12 Conference announced its postseason honors today.

Camporeale, a senior outfielder and designated hitter from Littleton, Colo., started 39 of the Huskies' 56 games, batting .288 with five homers and 30 runs batted in. He led the team in home runs and shared the team lead with six stolen bases.

Ray, a senior center fielder from Sonoma, Calif., was one of just two Huskies to start all 56 games in 2013. Ray hit .309 and led the team with 35 runs, four doubles, 36 runs batted in and 20 walks. He also earned honorable mention in 2012.

Voth, a junior pitcher from Kent, Wash., spent the season as the Huskies' top starting pitcher. He finished the season 7-6 with a 2.99 earned run average. His 98 strikeouts were seventh-most in Washington history and his 105.1 innings pitched were sixth-most.

The Huskies' season came to an end last Sunday as the UW completed a series win over then-No. 19 Arizona State. Washington won 15 of its last 22 games to close out the season.

For the complete All-Pac-12 baseball postseason honors, click on the link at the top of this page.

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