Alumni update: Jamar Davis named honorable mention All-American at N.C. State; Riley, Andrews, Debo conclude baseball season

Updated: June 17, 2019

Jamar Davis: The 2018 Orange graduate completed his freshman season at N.C. State last week. Davis qualified for the NCAA Track & Field Championships in the triple jump at Austin, Texas. With a jump of 50’1.75″, Davis was named an Honorable Mention All-American by the USTFCCCA. Last winter, Davis was the only freshman in the country to qualify for the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships in the triple jump. Davis was named 2nd-team All-ACC in the triple jump for the outdoor season, and first-team All-ACC in the long jump and triple jump during indoor season. In his senior year at Orange, Davis competed in the Penn Relays while racking up All-Big 8 Conference honors with the Panthers.

Bryse Wilson: Wilson earned a no-decision on Sunday afternoon for the Gwinnett Stripers of the AAA International League. Pitching against the Syracuse Mets at NBA Bank Stadium in New York, Wilson went six innings. He struck out seven while yielding five earned runs on eight hits. Last Tuesday, Wilson suffered a loss as the Lehigh Valley Ironpigs defeated the Stripers 5-1. Wilson threw three innings. He gave up four runs, none of them earned, on five hits. Wilson struck out seven. Wilson is now 3-4 with a 3.72 ERA. He has 56 strikeouts with eleven walks.

Brad Debo: The N.C. State baseball team ended its season with a 9-2 loss to East Carolina in the Greenville Regional of the NCAA Tournament on June 2. Debo went 2-for-8 in the Wolfpack’s two NCAA Tournament games, losses to the Pirates and Campbell. Debo, a junior, played 59 games for N.C. State this season, starting 51. He hit .242 with four home runs and 39 RBIs. After starting the year 27-2, the Wolfpack finished 15-17 after March to complete the season 42-19.

Landon Riley: After winning the Atlantic Sun Conference tournament for the first time (after leaving the Big South Conference last summer), Liberty’s season ended after three games of the Chapel Hill Regional of the NCAA Baseball Tournament at Boshamer Stadium on June 2. The Flames defeated Tennessee 6-1, but lost to North Carolina 16-1 on June 1. Tennessee avenged its early loss with a 6-5 victory in ten innings. Riley, a sophomore, ended the season with 22 relief appearances. He had a 2-0 record with a 3.82 ERA and one save. Liberty finished 43-20.

Brandon Andrews: The 2017 Cedar Ridge graduate just completed his sophomore year with the Nicholls Colonels of the Southland Conference in Thibodaux, LA. Andrews had 24 pitching appearances this season, finishing 1-2 with a 3.24 ERA. In his freshman year, Andrews had 13 appearances and finished 1-0 with a 5.40 ERA.

Jordan Toney: Playing for Division II UNC Pembroke, Toney ended his college career last month. The Braves finished 21-27 this season. Toney, a relief pitcher, went 0-2 with a 6.53 ERA in 2019. His only save of the year came in the season-opener against Shepherd at Sammy Cox Field in Pembroke. Toney threw three innings against the Rams, striking out seven over three innings. He gave up four runs off five hits. Toney, who started his career at Pfeiffer, played two seasons at Pembroke. For his career with the Braves, Toney went 3-4 with a 6.05 ERA. He made 30 career appearances with the Braves.

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