DALLAS, Texas — Sacramento State's Sutter McLoughlin and Chris Lewis were both named to the 2013 National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) Freshman All-American Baseball Team, the organization announced today.
McLoughlin was a first team all-Western Athletic Conference selection after serving as the team's closer throughout the season. In 28 appearances, the Sacramento native recorded a 2.11 ERA with a school single-season record 17 saves. His save total ranked him third during the regular season and currently has him tied for sixth heading into the Super Regionals.
Lewis was the WAC Freshman of the Year after leading the team with a .349 batting average in 57 games (all starts). He served as the designated hitter for the majority of the season before moving to first base for the final three weeks. The Newark, Calif., native also led the team with 75 hits and 46 RBIs and tied for the team high with 15 doubles. He also added a triple and four home runs. In conference play, he led the league with a .396 average.