Incaviglia, Stephenson Elected To College Baseball Hall Of Fame
Tuesday, April 10th 2007, 2:34 pm
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UNDATED (AP) -- Former Oklahoma State star Pete Incaviglia and Guthrie native Phil Stephenson were elected Tuesday to the College Baseball Hall of Fame.
Incaviglia set NCAA records with 100 career home runs from 1983 through '85. He set NCAA single-season records that still stand for home runs, RBIs, total bases and slugging percentage in '85.
Stephenson played at Wichita State from 1979 though '82 and was the NCAA player of the year in 8'2. He still holds NCAA records for career hits with 418 and the records for runs, total bases, stolen bases and walks.
Incaviglia and Stephenson will be inducted with nine others during a three-day celebration in Lubbock, Texas, in July.