NMSU's Aguayo Making Waves

Rocky Ward
According to Rocky Ward NMSU's head baseball coach, Senior Ryan Aguayo recently earned third team honors on the 2010 California All-League Team.  While tallying 50 hits as a part of the San Luis Obispo Blues. The Pico Rivera, Calif, native posted a .321 batting average, which was seventh best in the California Collegiate League (CCL). His 12 doubles was fourth-best in the league, adding 25 RBI and a team-leading six multiple RBI games. A 2010 second-team All-WAC selection and an academic All-WAC selection, Aguayo posted a team-high 92 hits on the year, while posting a .365 batting average. He was in the top five in the Western Athletic Conference in RBI (66) and total bases (148). He also led the league in runs scored. The California Collegiate League is a non-profit organization incorporated by seven non-profit amateur baseball organizations in the greater Southern California and Las Vegas areas dedicated to the development of student-athletes from across the country. The CCL organizes a 36-game championship season (teams play a total of approximately 50 league and non-league games) from June 1-Aug 15 annually and requires its players to use wood bats and professional-level baseballs to further their development as prospects. There are approximately 230 collegiate athletes participating in the league this year, 48% of the athletes are D-I players, representing 19 D-I conferences and 53 D-I schools, 48% are D-II-III, NAIA and Junior College athletes and 4% are undecided.



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