RENO, Nev. - After batting .392 for the PUF Caps in the California Collegiate League this summer, incoming Nevada freshman Cal Stevenson was named to the 2014 CCL All-League Team.
Stevenson, a 5-foot-9 two-way player, was one of 16 players to sign a National Letter of Intent to play for head coach Jay Johnson and the Wolf Pack in 2015.
Stevenson carried a .392 batting average with the Caps this summer, tallying 17 runs, 13 RBI, 12 stolen bases and two home runs. Stevenson ranked fourth in the CCL in batting average and stolen bases. He played primarily in the outfield for the Caps, but also saw 14 innings of work on the mound. Stevenson struck out 18 batters while allowing just 13 hits and one earned run.
Stevenson is a native of Fremont, Calif., and a graduate of John F. Kennedy High School. As a junior, Stevenson batted .435 with 22 runs scored and 17 RBI. He played on the Oakland A's Area Code team in the summer of 2013.