Individual honors were split between three clubs.
Lodi outfielder, Alex Ring from Azusa Pacific University, was awarded the Player of the Year Award. Ring batted .377 with seven doubles, 3 home runs and 30 RBI’s.
For second year in a row, a Humboldt Crabs pitcher captured the HASS Pitcher of the Year award. California State Northridge sophomore pitcher Chris DePoo was 9-0 with a .60 ERA for the Crabs this season.
McCullough Division winner Seattle Studs manager Barry Aden was selected Manager of the Year. Aden’s club was 32-8 as they captured their second consecutive McCullough Division Title.
The Horizon Air Summer series is a unique eleven-week long competition among elite college summer wood bat baseball clubs from the Western United States. Fulfilling a mission of keen competition, the Horizon Air Summer Series crosses collegiate league boundaries to form a "league of leagues".
HORIZON AIR SUMMER SERIES ALL-SERIES 2009 BASEBALL TEAM
PRESENTED BY DIAMOND SPORTS
|Player of the Year:
||Alex Ring, Lodi Baseball Club
|Pitcher of the Year:
||Chris DePoo, Humboldt Crabs
|Manager of the Year:
||Barry Aden, Seattle Studs