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June 19, 2013

Gray, Oberste pick up baseball honors

University of Oklahoma baseball players Jonathan Gray (Chandler, Okla.) and Matt Oberste (Sallisaw, Okla.) received postseason awards from the American Baseball Coaches Association on Tuesday afternoon. A right-handed pitcher, Gray was named a First Team All-American as well as a First Team All-Midwest Region honoree. Oberste was selected as the first baseman for the ABCA All-Midwest Region Second Team.

For Gray, it marks his fourth All-American nod and his third first team selection.  He was previously named a First Team All-American by Baseball America and the National College Baseball Writers Association as well as a second team pick by Louisville Slugger.

Oberste was previously named a First Team All-American by the NCBWA to go with a second team spot from Baseball America and a third team selection from Louisville Slugger.

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