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Published on May 3, 2011
Highlights and interviews from Oklahoma State's 1985 college baseball season, featuring Cowboy slugging great Pete Incaviglia and the Pokes' run to the 1985 College World Series.
Incaviglia is the most recognized power hitter in Oklahoma State and NCAA baseball history. He had the most impressive offensive year in NCAA history as a junior in 1985 in which he set NCAA single-season records for home runs (48), RBIs (143), total bases (285) and slugging percentage (1.140). He set the NCAA career records for home runs (100) and slugging percentage (.915) and holds the Big Eight career records for RBIs (324) and total bases (635).
He was named first-team All-America in 1984 and 1985 by the American Baseball Coaches Association, The Sporting News and Baseball America. Incaviglia was also named first-team All-Big Eight by the conference coaches in 1984 and 1985. He is one of only two players who were ever voted the Most Valuable Player of the Big Eight Tournament twice, earning the honor in 1984 and repeating in 1985.
Incaviglia was one of only five position players since the draft began in 1965 to go directly from amateur baseball to the major leagues.
On Jan. 14, 1999, Incaviglia was named college baseball's Player of the Century by Baseball America.