Corey Lasky, a junior outfielder from Vernon Hills, IL, has been
named to the 2013 College All-America Baseball Team by the Jewish
Sports Review. Lasky, who transferred from the College of
Lake County to Webster this past year, was a First Team selection
to the team that includes the NCAA II, NCAA III, and NAIA
Lasky anchored the #2 spot in the Gorlok lineup and was among the team leaders in batting (.337-2nd), runs (40-3rd), stolen bases (24-2nd), triples (5-1st), and total bases (74-3rd). Lasky was St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference All-Conference Honorable Mention.
Webster's baseball team advanced to the NCAA III championships this past spring, finishing fifth in the College World Series for a second straight season.
Lasky becomes the second Webster athlete to be named a JSR All-American. Katy Meyers was named to the JSR All-America women's basketball team for two straight seasons, 2009-10 and 2010-11.
The Jewish Sports Review is a national bi-monthly sports publication based in Los Angeles.
COURTESY OF WEBSTER SPORTS INFORMATION