Tim Clubb adds two more All-America honors
Already Missouri State's sixth first-team All-American in baseball, sophomore righthander Tim Clubb has added two more All-America honors to his resume, making the second team on the National Collegiate Baseball Writer’s Association and Ping! Baseball squads.
Clubb completed the 2008 season with a spectacular 11-0 record and 2.52 ERA while earning Missouri Valley Conference Pitcher of the Year honors. He left all 14 of his starts in line for the win, struck out 82 batters and limited opponents to a .233 batting average.
Clubb’s 11-0 start eclipsed Jarrod Mays’ 10-0 start in 1995 as the best for a pitcher in school history, while his win total ranks second all-time at MSU for a season and his 103.2 innings rank fourth.
A native of Eureka, Mo., Clubb was also honored as a first-team All-American by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper, won MVC Pitcher of the Week twice this season and was the Scholar-Athlete of the Week three times.