Arizona outfielder Chase Davis was named a Second Team All-American by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association on Wednesday.

It’s the fourth consecutive season the UA has had at least one player on the NCBWA All-America rosters, and it’s the first such honor of Davis’ career. Ahead of CWS play, Davis is tied with teammate Kiko Romero for the most home runs in the Pac-12 this year (21).

With his 21 homers this year, Davis moved up to third in program history for career home runs (39).

Across 57 appearances as a junior, Davis led the team with a career-best .362 batting average. He racked up 71 runs scored, 17 doubles, two triples, 74 RBI (third in the Pac-12), 43 walks, a .489 on-base percentage, and a .742 slugging percentage.

In addition to the NCBWA All-America selection, he also earned All-Pac-12 recognition, Pac-12 Baseball Tournament MVP honors, and a spot on the semifinalist lists for both the Golden Spikes Award and the Dick Howser Trophy.

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