Marnati and Odom were named to the first team. Crowley was named to the second team. In all, seven players from the Pacific West Conference were named to the first or second team.
Marnati, who was also the Pacific West Conference Tri-Player of the Year, All-PacWest first team and NCCAA All-American, hit .352 with a team-leading 74 hits and 24 doubles. He also led the team with 53 RBIs and was second with 51 runs and third with 11 stolen bases. He is a three-time all-conference honoree in three seasons in Riverside.
Odom, meanwhile, hit .360 and led the team with 56 runs scored, 32 walks and a .518 on-base percentage. The PacWest Co-Newcomer of the Year and NCCAA All-American, also had 13 doubles, six home runs, 40 RBIs and eight stolen bases.
In his first collegiate season, Crowley, the PacWest Freshman of the Year and NCCAA All-American, led the Lancers hitting .372. He also had 40 runs, 38 RBIs, 10 doubles and eight stolen bases.
The Lancers finished the season 43-13 overall, their third straight 40-win season. They also won the NCCAA World Series and won the Pacific West Conference title, which was their third straight conference crown.
The NCBWA All-American Teams are expected to be announced on Thursday, May 24 or Friday, May 25.
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