Baseball Announces Recruiting Class - TAMK Sports
KINGSVILLE, TEXAS – Texas A&M-Kingsville head baseball coach Jason Gonzales announced his 2011 recruiting class on Wednesday and it consists of seven ball players.
The Javelina coach signed two outfielders, two infielders and three pitchers to join a team that has made back-to-back Lone Star Conference Tournament appearances.
Miles Holcomb of Dripping Springs, TX and David Massey of Boerne, TX are a pair of outfielders. Holcomb earned First Team All-District 24-5A honors for Drippings Springs High School in 2011. Massey hit .408 with 10 doubles and three homeruns for Boerne Champion High School in 2011.
James Black of Spring, TX and Mario Siller of San Antonio, TX join the Javelinas as infielders. Black is a transfer from Hill Junior College. Siller earned First Team All-District 26-5A at second base for MacArthur High School. He earned Academic All-State honors en route to leading his team to the second round of the state playoffs.
The three pitchers are Adrian Delagarza of Pearland, TX, Justin Lundgren of Elgin, TX and Zach Pettiford of San Diego, CA. Delagarza is a transfer from Alvin Junior College where he was 2-1 with a 4.61 ERA in 39.0 innings this past season. He earned First Team District 22-5A honors in high school. Lundren earned Second Team All-District 17-4A honors as a junior at Elgin High School and will likely see playing time in the infield as well. Pettiford is a transfer from Grossmont College in California where he finished his career with a 1.91 ERA in 80 innings. He earned Honorable Mention all-Pacific Coast Athletic Conference honors in 2011.
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