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Huston Street Headed to Omaha College Baseball Hall of Fame
June 25, 2019
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Texas’ Huston Street, 2002-2004, is the seventh baseball player to be inducted into the Omaha College Baseball Hall of Fame to have played for a Big 12 institution.

Since its establishment in 2013, the Omaha College Baseball Hall of Fame has honored 23 individuals. Thirty percent of the honorees have hailed from a program that competes in the Big 12, tied for the most of any conference.

Street is the all-time College World Series leader in saves with five, and set the single-series record of four in 2002. He was named the College World Series Most Outstanding Player as Texas claimed the national championship in 2002. Street and the Longhorns returned to the College World Series in 2003 and 2004, and he would finish his College World Series career with 10 all-time appearances.

The Omaha College Baseball Hall of Fame is an entity that honors the best baseball players and coaches for their performances on the greatest stage in college baseball, The College World Series. The newest inductees were selected by a committee comprised of Omaha College Baseball Hall of Fame members as well as members of the media.

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