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Wolf Pack baseball players earn summer honors

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Press release from Wolf Pack Athletics

wolf-pack-logo-300x218-6632690-9889692Two Nevada Baseball Players were named to the Hawaiian Collegiate Baseball League All-Star Team in Waylon Sing-Chow and Matt Langenfeld. They played for the Kamuela Paniolos in the six-team summer league, featuring athletes from varying universities.

Sing-Chow hit .303 in 119 at bats while playing the outfield for the Paniolos. He drove in ten runs, hit four doubles and three triples in 29 appearances. As a sophomore in 2009 he made 35 appearances for the Wolf Pack, mostly as a defensive replacement.

Langenfeld hit .367 during the summer and tied for the league lead with three home runs. He appeared in 19 games for the Paniolos, all behind the plate. With three more at bats he would have led the league with a .557 slugging percentage and been fourth in batting average. For the pack he appeared in 11 games as a sophomore in 2009, playing primarily as a designated hitter and pinch hitter.

Ry Ry
Ry Ry
Ryan works on the campus of the University of Nevada. As a co-founder of this site, he rarely spends much time contributing anymore, but will occasionally appear with a story of personal experience in the Reno area. He loves the town and may never leave.

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