Finalists named for Senior
Ten finalists were named for the 2008 Lowe’s
Senior CLASS Award in the baseball division. Nationwide voting
had begun to determine this year’s winner, who will receive the
award during the College World Series in Omaha.
The finalists were selected from a list of 30
candidates based on four primary areas: classroom, community,
character and competition.
The 2008 finalists are: Jason Buursma, Bucknell;
Eitan Barbalat, Bradley; Jarod Freeman, Oklahoma; Ryan Hastings,
Illinois, Charlie Mellies, Wake Forest; Josh Meents, Air Force;
Rob Musgrave, Wichita State; Brett Scott, Kansas State; Cole St.
Clair, Rice; and Tyler Stovall, Central Michigan.
An acronym for Celebrating Loyalty and
Achievement for Staying in School, the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award
launched in 2001 with NCAA basketball. Alabama infielder Emeel
Salem won the inaugural baseball award in 2007.
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