**** AAABA National Champions 1947, 1956, 1960, 1962, 1986, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002 ****
NABF National Champions 1986, 1995 ****
National Baseball Congress World Series
2004, 2006

 

Four Former CGL Players Named to the NCBWA 2007 Dick Howser Trophy Watch List

 

The Dick Howser Trophy, given in memory of the former Florida State University All-America shortstop and major league player and manager who died of brain cancer in 1987, is regarded by many as college baseball's most prestigious award. Criteria for consideration for the trophy include performance on the field, leadership, moral character and courage, qualities that were exemplified by Dick Howser's life.

The Howser Trophy was created in 1987, shortly after Howser's death. Previous winners of the Howser Trophy are Mike Fiore, Miami, 1987; Robin Ventura, Oklahoma State, 1988; Scott Bryant, Texas, 1989; Alex Fernandez, Miami-Dade Community College South, 1990; Frank Rodriguez, Howard College (Texas), 1991; Brooks Kieschnick, Texas, 1992 and 1993; Jason Varitek, Georgia Tech, 1994; Todd Helton, Tennessee, 1995; Kris Benson, Clemson, 1996; J. D. Drew, Florida State, 1997; Eddy Furniss, LSU, 1998; Jason Jennings, P, Baylor, 1999; Mark Teixeira, 1B, Georgia Tech, 2000; Mark Prior, P, USC, 2001, Khalil Greene, SS, Clemson, 2002; Rickey Weeks, 2B, Southern U., 2003; Jered Weaver, P, Long Beach State, 2004; Alex Gordon, 3B, Nebraska, 2005; and Brad Lincoln, P, Houston, 2006.

Kellen Kulbacki, OF, James Madison
Matt LaPorta, 1B, Florida
Tyler Mach, 2B, Oklahoma State
Brian Matusz, P, San Diego
Eryk McConnell, RP, N.C. State
Adam Mills, P, Charlotte
Sean Morgan, P, Tulane
Matt Morris, OF, UC Irvine
David Price, P, Vanderbilt
Kyle Russell, OF, Texas
Joe Savery, UTIL, Rice
Nick Schmidt, P, Arkansas
Greg Sexton, 3B, William & Mary
Matt Spencer, UTIL, Arizona State
Blake Stouffer, 3B, Texas A&M
Damon Sublett, UTIL, Wichita State
Bradley Suttle, 3B, Texas
Tony Thomas, Jr., 2B, Florida State
Jacob Thompson, P, Virginia
Brandon Turner, SS, Mississippi State
Bobby Verbick, DH, Sam Houston State
Brett Wallace, 1B, Arizona State
Robbie Widlansky, OF, Florida Atlantic
Matt Wieters, C, Georgia Tech
Harris Honeycutt, P, South Carolina


Dustin Ackley, 1B, North Carolina
Adrian Alaniz, P, Texas
Pedro Alvarez, 3B, Vanderbilt
Travis Banwart, P, Wichita State
Mitch Canham, C, Oregon State
Sean Coughlin, C, Kentucky
Brandon Crawford, SS, UCLA
Kevin Crum, RP, VMI
Mike Dahm OF, Old Dominion
Maurice Davis, OF, Alcorn State
Andy DeLaGarza, P, Coastal Carolina
Grant Desme, OF, Cal Poly
Walter Diaz, SS, USF
Sean Doolittle, P-1B-DH, Virginia
Edward Easley, C, Mississippi State
Daniel Edwards, RP, Kansas State
Barry Enright, P, Pepperdine
Caleb Grafenhein, P, E.Tenn State
Brandon Guyer, OF, Virginia
Nick Haggadone, RP, Washington
Bryan Henry, P, Florida State
Steven Hill, 1B, Stephen F. Austin
Logan Johnson, 2B, Louisville
Corey Kluber, P, Stetson
Justin Jenkins, OF, West Virginia