GW Baseball's Luke Staub Tabbed Northwoods League All Star
Rising Senior Ranks Second in 16-Team League in ERA
July 15, 2013
WASHINGTON - George Washington baseball rising senior Luke Staub has been named to the Northwoods League South Division All-Star Team, the league announced on Friday.
Staub is one of five players from the Madison Mallards to be selected to participate in the game, which will be held on July 23 in Eau Claire, Wisc.
A native of Peoria, Ill., Staub currently ranks second in the 16-team league with a 1.58 ERA over 40 innings of work. He has posted three victories and has 38 strikeouts against just six walks through seven starts.
The Northwoods League has more teams, draws more fans and plays more games than any other summer collegiate baseball league and is one of the top collegiate leagues in the nation in terms of quality of play.
Staub led the Colonials with 55 strikeouts and 91.2 innings pitched last season while finishing second on the team with four victories.
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