Eli Davis continues to get recognized for his stellar senior season as the centerfielder was tabbed a Daktronics All-American on Friday.
Davis, a third team selection, became the first Warrior baseball All-America since 2008 and just the third during the program's CCAA era (30th overall since 1976).
Davis batted .399 for the season and .415 during CCAA play, was near the top of the CCAA in virtually every offensive category. He led Cal State Stanislaus in average (.399), slugging percentage (.657), on-base percentage (.457), runs scored (46), hits (79), RBI (49), triples (6), home runs (8) and total bases (130).
The Turlock native won three All-Region first team awards this offseason (ABCA, NCBWA and Daktronics) after being selected to the All-CCAA team. Davis also won the ABCA/Rawlings West Region Gold Glove award for his defensive skills.
The last Cal State Stanislaus baseball player to make an All-America team was Marquis Fleming (now pitching in Triple A Durham in the Tampa Bay organization). Fleming was a second-team All-American pick in 2008. In 2003, reliever Scott Taylor was a third-team selection.
A total of five CCAA players were named to the 2012 Daktronics All-America teams (first, second, third or honorable mention). Geoff Broussard of Cal Poly Pomona was a first team pick in a vote of sports information directors across the country.