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Davis picks up another All-Region award
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Eli Davis is now 3-for-3 in the postseason in picking up All-Region honors. The Cal State Stanislaus senior outfielder was named to the ABCA/Rawlings All-West Region team on Tuesday.
Earlier this month, Davis made the baseball first team lists for both the NCBWA All-Region Team and the CoSIDA/Daktronics All-Region Team.
Davis, and Warrior junior pitcher Rafael Vasquez, also received the Rawlings Gold Glove award for their positions.
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).
Cal State L.A.'s Daniel Duran was named the West Region Player of the Year and the Pitcher of the Year went to Cal Poly Pomona's Geoff Broussard. Chico State's Dave Taylor was named the Coach of the Year.

The Gold Glove award rewards a player at each position for their defensive skills and spectacular play. Davis made just two errors in 134 chances (.985 fielding percentage) with dozens of highlight reel plays. Vasquez had 16 chances on the mound with three put-outs and 13 assists and turned a double play.