Lopez awarded for academics

In Sports, Spring Sports
The College Sports Information Directors of America announced Friday that Carlos Lopez, Cal State Fullerton Titans’ Male Scholar Athlete for 2010, was the recipient of the Capital One Academic All-District Second Team honors for his excellent performance in the classroom and superior presence on the field.

To be eligible, student-athletes must have had a 3.3 GPA while having participated in over 50 percent of the team’s season.

Lopez, a communications major, maintained a 3.32 GPA while participating with CSUF’s distinguished baseball team for the past three semesters as an outfielder and designated hitter.

The Northridge native is currently hitting .352 – a sure place for fourth in the Big West Conference, with two home runs and only nine strikeouts out of 125 at-bats. His talent has helped the Titans remain on top of the Big West. Only a few games remain in the regular season.

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