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Logan Ice The Pac-12 Defensive Player Of The Year

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Nick Madrigal Named Freshman Of Year

Logan Ice stopped almost everything as the Oregon State catcher this season.
Logan Ice stopped almost everything as the Oregon State catcher this season.

The Pac-12 baseball coaches have voted, and the Pac-12 All-Conference Teams and awards are out.

Oregon State's Logan Ice is the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year, after playing in all 54 of the Beavers games, with only 4 errors. Ice is also on both the All-Conference and All-Conference Defensive teams.

Oregon State's Freshman second baseman Nick Madrigal also earned an individual All-Conference honor, as the Freshman of the Year, after batting .333 with 5 triples. Madrigal joined Ice on both the All-Conference and All-Conference Defensive teams.

It's the 4th time in 5 years Oregon State has produced the conference Freshman of the Year, as Madrigal joins Michael Conforto, Andrew Moore, and K.J. Harrison.

The Pac-12 Conference Player of the Year award went to sophomore catcher Brett Cumberland, who led the conference in home runs, with 16, RBIs, with 51, and slugging percentage, at .678.

Washington senior reliever Troy Rallings, who posted a season ERA of 0.89, second lowest in the country, and got 31 saves in 38 appearances, was named the conference Pitcher of the Year.

USC Senior David Oppenheim is the Pac-12 Batting Champion, after hitting .387 while starting all 53 games, and nocking 74 hits.

Utah Coach Bill Kinnebrew has been named the Pac-12 Conference Coach of the Year, after guiding the Utes to the Pac-12 Championship. Utah gelled at the right time, going 19-11 in the Pac-12. This after a 6-21 non-conference record.

Harrison. a sophomore, was also named to the All-Conference team, for the second year in a row, at first base, and the Beavers also saw sophomore Christian Donahum named to the All-Conference team, after Donahue successfully transitioned from second base last season to the outfield, moving primarily to left field.

Freshman pitcher Bryce Fehmel received Honorable Mention to the All-Conference and All-Conference Defensive teams, after making the move from middle reliever to starter to Saturday starter, concluding his season with a complete game 3-0 shutout of UCLA in just his second start.

Interestingly, Honorable Mention in the Pac-12 Conference was a good enough performance to also be named a Second Team Louisville Slugger All-American by Collegiate Baseball.

Here's the complete Pac-12 All-conference list:

ALL-PAC-12

Name Pos. Yr. School
Ryan Aguilar 1B Sr. Arizona
Nathan Bannister SP Sr. Arizona
Bobby Dalbec RP Jr. Arizona
Zach Gibbons OF Sr. Arizona
Cody Ramer 2B Sr. Arizona
David Greer 1B Jr. Arizona State
Seth Martinez SP Jr. Arizona State
Brian Serven C Jr. Arizona State
Colby Woodmansee SS Jr. Arizona State
Brett Cumberland C So. California
Mitchell Kranson 3B Sr. California
Cole Irvin SP Jr. Oregon
Stephen Nogosek RP Jr. Oregon
Christian Donahue OF So. Oregon State
KJ Harrison 1B So. Oregon State
Logan Ice C Jr. Oregon State
Nick Madrigal 2B Fr. Oregon State
Tristan Beck SP Fr. Stanford
Tommy Edman SS Jr. Stanford
Eric Filia OF Sr. UCLA
Jeremy Martinez C Jr. USC
AJ Ramirez OF Sr. USC
David Oppenheim DH Sr. USC
Dallas Carroll 3B Jr. Utah
DaShawn Keirsey, Jr. OF Fr. Utah
Jayson Rose SP So. Utah
Cody Scaggari SS Sr. Utah
Chris Baker 3B Jr. Washington
Jack Meggs OF Jr. Washington
Joey Morgan C So. Washington
Troy Rallings RP Sr. Washington
Trek Stemp 2B RS-Jr. Washington State

Honorable Mention: J.C. Cloney, ARIZ; Jordan Aboites, ASU; Gage Canning, ASU; Eder Erives, ASU ; Andrew Shaps, ASU; Nick Halamandaris, CAL; Erik Martinez, CAL ; Ryan Mason, CAL; Robbie Tenerowicz, CAL; A.J. Balta, ORE; Jake Bennett, ORE; Austin Grebeck, ORE; Bryce Fehmel, OSU; Quinn Brodey, STAN; Chris Castellanos, STAN; Alex Dunlap, STAN; Colton Hock, STAN; Matt Winaker, STAN; Griffin Canning, UCLA; Kyle Molnar, UCLA; Luke Perisco, UCLA; Corey Dempster, USC; Marc Huberman, USC; Brooks Kriske, USC; Joe Navilhon, USC; Frankie Rios, USC; Timmy Robinson, USC; Dylan Drachler, UTAH; Kellen Marruffo, UTAH; Josh Rose, UTAH; Noah Bremer, WASH; Levi Jordan, WASH; John Naff, WASH; Ian Hamilton, WSU; Ryan Walker, WSU.

PAC-12 ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM

Name Pos. Yr. School
Jordan Aboites SP Sr. Arizona State
Matt Winaker 1B So. Stanford
Nick Madrigal 2B Fr. Oregon State
Tommy Edman SS Jr. Stanford
Chris Baker 3B Jr. Washington
Logan Ice C Jr. Oregon State
Austin Grebeck OF Jr. Oregon
DaShawn Keirsey, Jr. OF Fr. Utah
Jack Meggs OF Jr. Washington

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