Incaviglia Inducted Into College Baseball Hall Of Fame


Saturday, July 7th 2007, 9:58 pm
By: News On 6


LUBBOCK, Texas Former Oklahoma State star Pete Incaviglia is the second Cowboy to be inducted into the College Baseball Hall of Fame.

A native of Pebble Beach, California, Incaviglia enjoyed one of the most remarkable careers in the history of college baseball during a three-year career in Stillwater. It earned him status as college baseball's Player of the Century from Baseball America in
1999.

The most recognized power hitter in Oklahoma State and NCAA baseball history, "Inky" recorded the most impressive offensive season in NCAA history as a junior in 1985.

During that season, he set single-season records for home runs, 48, RBI's, 143, total bases, 285, and slugging percentage, 1.140. He also led the Cowboys in batting average at .464.