Monday, June 30, 2008

Corpus Christi Beach Dawgs add 2 LSC stars

Clay Added to Corpus Christi Beach Dawgs



Southeastern Oklahoma Sports Information



CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – Southeastern baseball’s Randall Clay has signed with the Corpus Christi Beach Dawgs of the Continental Baseball League.

Clay was a concensus All-American following the 2008 season for the Savage Storm after hitting .407 and driving in 67 runs.
He pounded out 16 home runs in 2008 en route to slugging .712 for the year.

In his two seasons at SOSU, he hit .372 with 162 hits and scoring 108 runs. He drove in a career 109 runs and slugged .609 in playing 114 games, starting all of them.

Additionally, Clay was a first team All-Lone Star Conference selection, as well as a first team all-region selection.

The Continental Baseball League is an unaffiliated league with four teams from across the state of Texas. Teams are based in Texarkana, McKinney and Texas City, in addition to Corpus Christi.
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Livingston Signs With Beach Dawgs

From Texas A&M-Kingsville Sports Information

Former Texas A&M-Kingsville star Josh Livingston (Moody) has signed on with the Corpus Christi Beach Dawgs of the Continental Baseball League.

Livingston finished his Javelina career second in victories with 21 and went 5-6 this season, helping the Javelinas to the 2008 Lone Star Conference title and a spot in the NCAA Division II Regional Tournament. Josh was a four-year starter for the Hogs.

Livingston earned second team All-LSC honors this season and finished his career with a 21-14 career mark. He is the school record holder for most innings pitched (285.2), complete games (17), starts (47) and third in career strikeouts (211).

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