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(Volume 46, No. 1, Jan. 31, 2007) Membership: Play ball! It’s hard to believe that we have not yet reached February, but the first reports of college baseball scores has come through on my computer. It was with great pleasure and interest that I read the first recap – defending national champion Oregon State picking up where it left off in Omaha last year – and prepared for what we all hope will be an exciting 2007 season. While the winter has been pretty mild in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast – the Georgetown baseball team was actually able to practice outdoors because temperatures were in the 60s at one point – the latter part of January has brought some cold weather, but not enough to dampen the spirits of those of us who love college baseball. Here at Georgetown, former Cincinnati Reds catcher and Hall of Famer Johnny Bench will be the guest at our annual “First Pitch” Dinner and the team hits the field for the first time on February 13 against George Washington. This year will be the last of the “early” starts for college baseball as the NCAA has mandated a final weekend in February (depending on the calendar) or first weekend in March opening for all divisions with a maximum of 56 regular- Many of you have seen our membership forms come through e-mail and thanks for reminding the beat writers, columnists and electronic media covering your teams to send in membership dues checks to our Associate Executive Director, Russell Anderson. Prospective members can email Russ their information online and mail a check to him with the designated $15 dues – still one of the great bargains in national memberships. I’ve gotten some input from people in and around the college baseball world already, but please feel free to send an e- mail (mbc32@georgetown.edu) or call me (202-687-2475) with any suggestions or newsletter items for the NCBWA Board of Directors listed in this newsletter. We value your input and are glad to take any suggestions and ways to keep NCBWA alive and well in its 46th year of existence! NCBWA President Sports Information Director, Georgetown University
2007 NCBWA Division I Preseason Poll (10th Annual)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Jan. 10, 2007
NCBWA Releases 2007 Preseason Division I Poll
DALLAS - The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association continues its tradition of NCAA
Division I polls for the 10th year with its 2007 preseason predictions and weekly surveys. Weekly
polls will continue from Feb. 5 through June 26 following the NCAA World Series in Omaha, Neb.
The poll voters come from 32 college baseball writers and related media persons from throughout
the nation. After a preseason Top 35 listing, the remainder of the polls will feature a national Top
30.
Rice, which advanced to the 2006 NCAA World Series semifinals and which has been dominant
in Conference USA, leads the ’07 preseason pack after topping the nation with 57 victories (57-
13) lasy year. Coach Wayne Graham’s squad is expected to be a heavy favorite to repeat as C-
USA champion as well. The Owls join previous NCBWA preseason No. 1 choices LSU (1998,
2001), Southern California (1999), Miami (Fla.) (2000), Stanford (2002), Texas (2003, 06), and
Rice (2004, 07),
The initial ’07 poll has representation by 10 different conferences among the 293 baseball-playing
schools in NCAA Division I ranks. For more information or to join te NCBWA, please go to
www.ncbwa.com.
Rank-School-2006 Record-Final '06 Poll Place
1. Rice 57-13 3
2. Clemson 53-15 5
3. South Carolina 41-25 13
4. North Carolina 54-15 2
5. Miami, Fla. 42-24 6
6. Texas 41-21 16
7. Virginia 57-15 14
8. Arkansas 39-21 27
9. Cal State Fullerton 50-15 4
10. Georgia Tech 50-18 7
11. Vanderbilt 38-27 NR
12. Nebraska 42-17 19
13. Mississippi 44-22 11
14. Arizona State 37-21 28
15. Florida State 44-21 22
16. Tulane 43-21 22
17. Oregon State 50-16 1
18. Wichita State 46-22 NR
19. Georgia 47-23 8
20. Pepperdine 42-21 24
21. Oklahoma State 41-20 23
22. TCU 39-23 NR
23. UCLA 33-25 NR
24. Stanford 33-27 18
25. Tennessee 31-24 NR
26. Baylor 37-26 30
27. Kentucky 44-17 17
28. Alabama 44-21 9
29. Evansville 43-22 29
30. Oklahoma 45-22 10
31. Winthrop 46-18 26
32. Southern California 25-33 NR
33. Oral Roberts 41-16 15
34. LSU 35-24 NR
35. Mississippi State 37-23 NR
Others receiving votes (listed alphabetically): Arizona (27-28), Auburn (22-34), California (26-28),
College of Charleston (46-17), Charlotte (35-20-1), Elon (45-18), Florida (28-28), Fresno State
(45-18), Hawai’i (45-17), Houston (39-22), Jacksonville (43-19), Kansas (43-25), Kent State (38-
19), Long Beach State (29-27), UL Layette (39-20), Michigan (43-21), Missouri (35-28), N.C.
State (40-23), Notre Dame (45-17-1), Ohio State (37-21), Rhode Island (34-16), San Diego State
(23-36), San Francisco (39-23), Southern Miss (39-23), St. John's (40-19), Troy (47-16), UC
Irvine (36-24), UC Riverside (29-25), Wake Forest (33-22), Washington State (36-23), West
Virginia (36-22).
NCBWA Preseason Division II Poll
Rank-School-2006 record-Points
1. Tampa (4)
3. Georgia College & State 53-12 82 4. Ashland 16. MN State-Mankato 43-13 36 17. Cal State Los Angeles 36-16-1 35 18. Central Oklahoma 40-20 34 19. West Chester 23. So.Carolina-Aiken 45-19 13 24. Abilene Christian 44-18 Others receiving votes -- Cal State San Diego (35-24) 4, Wayne State, Neb. (37-15-1) 4, Fort Hays State (46-17) 3, Mount Olive (39-16) 3. Other Key National Pre-2007 Polls
For Division I
Collegiate Baseball Top 40
Rivals.com Top 25
Baseball America Top 50
2007 Black College Baseball D-I Poll Voters: Ruffin Bell, Blackcollegebaseball.com; Bo Collegebaseballinsider.com; Rick Rollins; Collegebaseballinsider.com; Glenn Tanner, College of Charleston, Tennessee, Stanford Conference USA Preseason Poll
Pre-2007 Black College Baseball Division
I Poll and Conference Predictions
Joe Savery, Rice (Junior, Pitcher/Infielder) 6. Mississippi Valley State SWAC 24-32 6 Cole St.Clair, Rice (Junior, Lefthander) 2007 MEAC Predicted Finishes
SWAC Predicted Finishes
Pre-’07 Mountain West Conference Poll
2007 Sun Belt Conference Predictions
All-Atlantic Coast Conference Selections
Big South Conference Pre-2007 Survey

Montoro Tabbed 2006 NCBWA Wilbur Snypp Award Recipient

Mike Montoro, Assistant Executive Director of the National Collegiate Baseball Writers and
Associate Athletics Director for Media Relations at Southern Miss, is the winner of the 32nd
annual Wilbur Snypp Award, presented annually by the NCBWA for outstanding contributions to
college baseball.
"Mike Montoro is one of the outstanding college baseball people nationally," said NCBWA
Executive Director Bo Carter. "Together with Southern Miss Head Baseball Coach Corky Palmer,
the Golden Eagles are blessed with two of the most talented individuals in their professions in the
sport. The NCBWA is very proud and thankful to Mike for his wonderful contributions to college
baseball."
Montoro, also past president of the college baseball writers' organization, has been directing the
media relations department at Southern Miss since Aug. 2000. He has composed the NCBWA
Directory, worked closely with several preseason and postseason NCBWA All-America squads as
well as the prestigious Dick Howser Trophy, served as chief football and baseball contact at
Southern Miss, and has been an integral part of the Pro-Line NCBWA Players of the Week
selections.
"Mike is one of the hardest-working people in this business, and he is extremely worthy of
receiving this honor," said NCBWA Associate Executive Director Russell Anderson, Assistant
Commissioner of Conference USA.
The 1990 Liberty University graduate with a master's degree in sport management (1994) from
West Virginia University, also has been a long-time member of the ESPN the Magazine College
Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-America Committee. Before coming to
USM, he was Assistant Media Relations Director at Virginia Tech and Assistant Athletic Director
for Media Relations director at Liberty.
Montoro has been active in the NCAA World Series at Omaha, Neb., with NCBWA and is
regarded as one of the top publicists in Conference USA.
"I am honored to be selected for such a prestigious award as the Wilbur Snypp," said Montoro.
"College baseball is a great American past time, and it truly has been a privilege to work with the
National Collegiate Baseball Writers' Association in promoting such a great game and its
outstanding student-athletes, as well. I would like to thank the NCBWA for allowing me to serve
the organization and for honoring
me in this way."
The Southern Miss Associate AD follows a long line of illustrious persons in gaining the award,
given in memory of longtime Ohio State Sports Information Director and NCBWA founder the late
Wilbur (Bill) Snypp since 1975. Snypp was a noted contributor to the writers' organization, which
was initiated in 1962 (and celebrating its 46th year in 2007), as well as an officer in the group. The
NCBWA/Wilbur Snypp Award yearly honors a professional for contributions to the sport of
collegiate baseball. Voting is done by a panel of previous winners, who include past NCAA World
Series directors, College Sports Information Directors of America Hall of Fame members,
decorated media members and others.
Previous Wilbur Snypp Award Winners
1975 Wilbur Snypp, Ohio State
1976 Bill Esposito, St. John's
1977 Phil Langan, Cornell
1978 John Geis, Southern Conference
1979 Hank Schomber, Georgia Southern
1980 Bob Culp, Western Michigan
1981 Lou Pavlovich Sr., Collegiate Baseball
1982 Tom Price, South Carolina
1983 Bob Bradley, Clemson
1984 Robert Williams, Omaha World-Herald
1985 Jerry Miles, NCAA
1986 Larry Keefe, Seton Hall
1987 Tom Rowen, San Jose Mercury-News
1988 Fred Gerardi, KESY Radio, Omaha
1989 Jim Wright, NCAA
1990 Steve Weller, SIU-Edwardsville
1991 Bill Little, University of Texas
1992 Kirk Bohls, Austin American-Statesman
1993 Bo Carter, Southwest Conference
1994 Lou Pavlovich Jr., Collegiate Baseball
1995 Steve Pivovar, Omaha World-Herald
1996 Gary Johnson, NCAA
1997 Dave Wohlhueter, Cornell
1998 Allan Simpson, Baseball America
1999 Alan Cannon, Texas A&M University
2000 Jim Callis, Baseball America
2001 Dick Case, USA Baseball
2002 Russell Anderson, Conference USA
2003 John Manuel, Baseball America
2004 Dana Heiss Grodin, Sports Weekly
2005 Dennis Poppe, NCAA
2006 Mike Montoro, Southern Miss

2007 NCBWA Preseason Division I All-America Team

Returning NCBWA Pro-Line Cap All-America stars and several standouts from the 2006 NCAA World Series highlight the seventh annual National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association preseason 2007 All-America team. 2006 first team first baseman Andy D’Alessio (.312-23 HR-85 RBI) of Clemson joins fellow first unit member OF Kellen Kulbacki of James Madison (.464-24 HR-75 RBI), the nation’s returning leader in home runs and batting average in Division I, and Cal State Fullerton World Series returnee Wes Roemer (13-2, 145 SO, 7 walks, 155 IP) as three of the sterling returnees. NCAA World Series heroes 1B Chad Flack and SS Josh Horton of North Carolina on the second team have their school poised to make another run at the NCAA Championship, captured last June by Oregon State for the first time. Fellow CWS competitors include first team starting pitcher (after blazing in relief in ’06) Cole St. Clair, P/1B Joe Savery and SS Brian Friday of the Rice Owls on the ‘07 dream team rosters. Team USA performers from summer 2006 also are in abundance with Vanderbilt 3B Pedro Alvarez, utility star P-1B Sean Doolittle of Virginia, Rice’s St. Clair, and Texas Tech’s Roger Kieschnick, to name just a few, receiving recognition. The starting pitching staff also has strong numbers worth noting behind Roemer. TCU’s Jake Arrieta (14-4), Arkansas’ Nick Schmidt (9-3), and Nebraska’s Tony Watson (10-2) were aces of their staffs, while relief men Joshua Fields (15 saves) of Georgia, Blair Erickson (14) of UC Irvine and Milan Dinga of Army (10) combined for 39 saves and microscopic ERAs in a total of 81 appearances out of the bullpen. First team infielders and outfielders featured such feats as Alvarez’s 22 home runs as a freshman, seven triples and 36 stolen bases by Alabama OF Emeel Salem, a 11-2 pitching mark to compliment a .324 batting average by Doolittle, and 17 home runs apiece by C Kevin Coughlin of Kentucky and OF Steven Strausbaugh of Western Carolina. The three units have representation from 18 different conferences as teams anticipate the opening of 2007 baseball in late January or early February. Preseason All-Americans give a sneak peek to those who may be in contention for the prestigious 21st annual Dick Howser Trophy, voted upon by NCBWA members and awarded annually in Omaha, Neb., prior to the NCAA World Series. 2007 NCBWA PRESEASON ALL-AMERICA TEAM FIRST TEAM Pos. Name, School Cl. BA G AB C Sean Coughlin, Kentucky Sr. .325 58 203 52 66 13 0 17 55 1B Andy D’Alessio, Clemson Sr. .312 69 250 55 78 15 0 23 85 2B Eric Sogard, Arizona State Sr. .353 55 184 47 65 13 5 9 50 3B Pedro Alvarez, Vanderbilt So. .329 64 240 70 79 15 1 22 64 SS Zack Cozart, Mississippi Sr. .338 66 272 57 92 16 1 10 64 UTIL Sean Doolittle, Virginia Jr. .324 62 216 49 70 15 1 4 57 Pitching: 11-2, 2.38 ERA, 18 G, 90.2 IP, 64 H, 21 BB, 108 SO, 1 SV DH Robert Rodebaugh, Elon Sr. .340 61 203 47 69 21 0 11 60 OF Emeel Salem, Alabama (36 SB) Jr. .356 65 284 67 101 14 7 2 32 OF Steven Strausbaugh, Western Car. Jr. .340 54 209 61 71 17 1 17 64 OF Kellen Kulbacki, James Madison Jr. .464 53 194 68 90 17 2 24 75 Pos. Name, School Cl. SP Wes Roemer, CS Fullerton Jr. 13-2 2.38 21 155 126 7 145 0 SP Cole St.Clair, Rice Jr. 7-2 1.82 37 74.1 39 26 100 11 SP Jake Arrieta, TCU Jr. 14-4 2.35 19 111 96 37 111 1 SP Tony Watson, Nebraska Jr. 10-2 2.78 17 100.1 88 24 69 0 SP Nick Schmidt, Arkansas Jr. 9-3 3.01 17 116.2 90 50 145 0 RP Joshua Fields, Georgia Jr. 3-2 1.80 35 50 36 11 56 15 RP Blair Erickson, UC Irvine Sr. 5-0 2.06 29 52.1 40 33 57 14 RP Milan Dinga, Army Jr. 2-0 0.48 17 18.2 12 2 22 10 (also plays OF) SECOND TEAM Pos. Name, School Cl. BA G AB C Matt Wieters, Georgia Tech Jr. .355 68 259 72 92 20 0 15 71 1B Chad Flack, North Carolina Jr. .384 67 292 68 112 18 5 13 68 2B Ramon Corona, N.C. State Jr. .353 63 278 71 98 19 5 6 57 3B Jonathan Greene, Western Carolina Jr. .338 60 240 41 80 13 0 14 45 SS Josh Horton, North Carolina Jr. .395 68 271 62 107 17 1 7 59 (tie) UTIL Joe Savery, Rice Jr. .335 69 254 61 85 20 1 9 66 Pitching: 5-1, 2.76 ERA, 13 G, 62 IP, 55 H, 24 BB, 62 SO, 0 SV UTIL Damon Sublett, Wichita State Jr. .394 46 165 45 65 9 1 10 45 Pitching: 1-0, 0.00 ERA, 14 G, 12.1 IP, 5 H, 10 B, 23 SO, 7 SV DH Brendan Murphy, Marshall Sr. .315 54 203 40 64 19 1 15 70 OF Jared Prince, Washington State So. .401 56 207 50 83 16 1 9 58 OF Danny Payne, Georgia Tech Jr. .356 43 180 56 64 14 1 11 44 OF Tommy Lentz, Winthrop Sr. .379 62 232 51 88 17 1 8 51 Pos. Name, School Cl. SP Barry Enright, Pepperdine Jr. 13-2 4.05 21 124.1 145 22 68 0 SP Chris Ashman, Oral Roberts Sr. 10-1 2.17 19 99.1 82 24 75 0 SP Alex Wilson, Winthrop So. 13-3 3.78 20 138 127 50 143 0 SP Nick Chigges, Coll. Of Charleston Sr. 11-2 1.40 17 115.2 86 48 100 0 SP Aaron Shafer, Wichita St. So. 11-3 2.63 16 99.1 87 22 77 0 SP David Price, Vanderbilt Jr. 9-5 4.16 19 110.1 92 43 155 0 RP Daniel Moskos, Clemson Jr. 5-5 2.52 33 53.2 44 21 54 10 RP Luke Tucker, Florida State Sr. 2-1 1.06 27 34 15 16 51 9 THIRD TEAM (Ties in Voting) Pos. Name, School Cl. BA G AB C J.P. Arencibia, Tennessee Jr. .352 55 216 44 76 17 0 11 52 C Matt Smith, Texas Tech So. .377 49 183 38 69 16 1 7 46 1B Adam Amar, Memphis Sr. .395 55 210 40 83 17 3 10 66 2B Jemile Weeks, Miami (Fla.) So. .352 66 256 69 90 18 6 6 40 3B Conor Gillaspie, Wichita State So. .352 68 261 41 92 18 3 7 67 3B Curt Smith, Maine So. .390 58 223 56 87 18 6 5 55 SS Brian Friday, Rice Jr. .353 70 269 66 95 22 3 9 57 SS Todd Frazier, Rutgers Jr. .366 58 227 62 83 14 3 11 51 UTIL Josh Dew, Troy Jr. .317 56 208 65 66 12 1 17 67 Pitching: 5-1, 2.98 ERA, 24 G, 48.1 IP, 39 H, 21 BB, 63 SO, 7 SV UTIL Ryan Wehrle, Nebraska Sr. .367 57 226 50 83 22 1 8 48 DH David Doss, South Alabama Sr. .400 44 175 39 70 19 1 7 39 OF Roger Kieschnick, Texas Tech So. .359 58 237 54 85 14 2 9 55 OF Marcus Davis, Alcorn State Jr. .424 47 170 56 72 15 12 11 64 OF Eric Rose, Michigan Sr. .329 56 213 43 70 7 1 2 45 OF Collin Cowgill, Kentucky Jr. .298 61 225 62 67 15 1 16 61 Pos. Name, School Cl. SP Mitch Harris, Navy Jr. 10-3 1.74 13 82.2 57 20 113 0
SP Bryan Henry, Florida State Sr. 9-4 2.88 18 115.2 98 30 98 0
SP Ben Norton, Evansville So. 9-3 3.23 19 97.2 87 33 73 1
SP Christian Friedrich, E Ky So. 10-2 1.98 15 82 64 24 118 0
SP Greg Dombrowski, Kentucky Jr. 10-2 2.83 15 101.2 113 11 54 0
SP Tommy Hunter, Alabama So. 10-3 3.30 20 117.1 115 22 80 1
SP Dan DeLucia, Ohio State Sr. 10-2 3.25 15 108 103 25 69 0
RP Daniel Latham, Tulane Sr. 5-3 4.75 35 47.1 49 10 41 14
RP Brett Hunter, Pepperdine So. 5-3 2.83 29 60.1 52 16 53 11
Ohio State’s Lewis Named Minor League’s Most Spectacular Pitcher for ‘06

Kinston lefty Scott Lewis, who had a 1.48 earned run average, is the winner of Minor League Baseball's inaugural Most Spectacular Pitcher Award. The award, sponsored by VYTORIN(r) (ezetimibe/simvastatin), goes to the qualifying pitcher with the lowest earned run average for the regular season, among all domestic minor leagues. Lewis dominated Carolina League hitters all season while allowing just 84 hits and 19 earned runs in 115.2 innings. He exhibited outstanding control, walking a mere 28 batters while striking out 123. Lewis had just a 3-3 record, the result of being on a strict 65-pitch limit. His longest outing of the regular season was 5.2 innings, which he accomplished four times. The pitch limit was necessary due to the Tommy John surgery Lewis underwent in 2003 when he was at Ohio State University. Despite the surgery, the Cleveland Indians selected Lewis in the third round of the 2004 June Draft. Lewis went a combined 0-3 with a 4.71 ERA in just 21 total innings in 2004 and 2005 for Mahoning Valley in the New York-Penn League. Lewis will receive a trophy and a check for $7,500. On hand to present the first ever Most Spectacular Pitcher Award, sponsored by VYTORIN, is legendary Hall of Fame pitcher, Rollie Fingers. Both Fingers and Lewis were be in attendance for an award ceremony at the Triple-A Championship game in Oklahoma City on Sept. 19 - just a week before Lewis' 23rd birthday. Lewis was a third-round pick in 2004 by the Cleveland Indians (77th overall pick). He started five games in 2004 after undergoing elbow surgery in May 2003. The left-handed pitcher from Washington Court House, Ohio (Washington HS), was 1-0 with a 3.48 ERA in 20.2 innings in 2004, his final season at Ohio State. In 2003, a season in which he earned Big Ten Pitcher of the Year and First Team All-American honors, Lewis led the conference with a 1.61 ERA and 127 strikeouts in 83.2 innings and was 9-1 as a sophomore. He was 18-3 as a Buckeye and had a 2.38 career ERA. His college won-loss percentage is tied for second all time behind Steve Arlin, while his ERA ranks third behind Arlin and Dick Boggs.
Conference USA 2007 Television Schedule on CSTV
Sun., Apr. 8
East Carolina at Houston 8 pm EDT/7 pm CDT Southern Miss at Houston 8 pm EDT/7 pm CDT C-USA Championship Game 9 pm EDT/8 pm CDT
Conference USA's 12th baseball season gets underway on February 3. The league
tournament is scheduled for May 23-27 in New Orleans with Tulane University serving
as the host. C-USA's nine baseball schools have produced 50 NCAA appearances and
seven College World Series teams over the past 11 seasons.
EA Sports to Feature 20 College Ballparks in NCAA Baseball 2007

EA Sports release “NCAA Baseball 2007” will feature special presentations of mock college contests from 20 different college and NCAA World Series facilities. They include Clark-LeClair Stadium (East Carolina), Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, Reckling Park (Rice), Russ Chandler Stadium (Georgia Tech), Hawks Field at Haymaker Park (Nebraska), Alex Box Stadium (LSU), Mark Light Field (Miami, Fla.), Disch-Faulk Field (Texas), Doug Kingsmore Stadium (Clemson), Frank Eck Stadium (Notre Dame), Packard Stadium (Arizona State), Swayze Field (Ole Miss), Lindsay Nelson Stadium (Tennessee), Baylor Ballpark (Baylor), The Ballpark at St. Johns (St. Johns), Sunken Diamond (Stanford), Goodwin Field (Cal St. Fullerton), Jerry Kendall Field at Frank Sancet Stadium (Arizona), Dick Howser Stadium (Florida State), and Dedeaux Field (Southern California).
NATIONAL COLLEGIATE BASEBALL WRITERS ASSOCIATION

Founded in 1962, the NCBWA is dedicated to the advancement of college baseball. Membership is open to writers, broadcasters and publicists of the sport. Members receive a directory, newsletter updates and official votes in the Howser Award Player of the Year, Regional Player of the Year and NCBWA All-America voting. The NCBWA also sponsors preseason All-American awards, the Stopper of the Year Award, publication and writing contests. Additionally, the organization maintains a website at www.ncbwa.com. For membership, send annual dues ($15), along with mailing address, phone, fax and e-mail address information to Russell Anderson, NCBWA Associate Executive Director, c/o Conference USA, 5201 No. O’Connor Blvd., Suite 300, Irving, TX 75309.
NCBWA 2006-07 OFFICERS
President:
Mex Carey, Georgetown
1st Vice President: Shamus McKnight, Nebraska 2nd Vice President Joe Dier, Mississippi State 662-325-8040 jbdier@athletics.msstate.edu 3rd Vice President: Chuck Dunlap, Southeastern Conference Executive Director: Bo Carter, National Football Foundation 214-418-6132 bcarter@footballfoundation.com Associate Executive Director: Russell Anderson, Conference USA 214-774-1351 rdanderson@c-usa.org Assistant Executive Director: Mike Montoro, Southern Miss Division II Coordinator: Bob McComas, Slippery Rock Division III Coordinator: Steve Marovich, Carthage College
Board of Directors: Barry Allen, Alabama, 205-348-6084 (ballen@ia.ua.edu); Tami Cutler, Wichita
State, 316-978-5559 (tcutler@goshockers.com); Jason Leturmy, Florida State University, Kyle
McRae, Stanford, 650-725-2959 (kyle.mcrae@leland.stanford.edu); Julie St. Cyr, Big West
Conference, 949-261-2525 (jst.cyr@bigwest.org).
For more information contact NCBWA Associate Executive Director Russell Anderson (214-
774-1351, rdanderson@c-usa.org).

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