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Wunderlich Passes Test After Test For Louisville

Aaron Fitt -Premium Content

Phil Wunderlich provides a fearsome lefthanded power presence in the middle of Louisville's lineup. Through 15 games in 2010, Wunderlich is hitting .371/.420/.758 with a team-leading six homers and 21 RBIs. Just moments after he smacked a walk-off homer against Minnesota in the Big Ten/Big East Challenge, McDonnell said Wunderlich still wasn't quite 100 percent recovered from his offseason shoulder injury and still had not found his stride offensively. Wunderlich credited trainer Pat Hassell with getting him healthy enough to play.

College | #2010#On Campus

Growing Up

Norm Maves Jr. -Premium Content

The Jorge Reyes who takes the mound for Oregon State every Sunday this year looks pretty much like the same guy who rode the magic carpet all around Rosenblatt Stadium two years ago. But this is not the same bony, innocent kid who jumped off the potato truck in rural Warden, Wash., and charmed College World Series fans on his way to winning the 2007 CWS Most Outstanding Player award.<br/>

College | #2009#On Campus

Mr. Clutch

Aaron Fitt -Premium Content

When White, a first-team preseason All-American, got off to a slow start as a junior this spring, there was no cause for alarm. After all, he started slow in 2008, too, and by the end of the season he was the nation's most dominant pitcher.

College | #2009#On Campus

What An Athlete

Aaron Fitt -Premium Content

Jared Mitchell, a third-team preseason All-America outfielder, keeps the Tigers on their toes during games, too. They never know when Mitchell will do something to electrify the dugout and make everyone in purple and gold leap to their feet.<br/>

College | #2009#On Campus