Oregon State pitcher Kevin Abel and catcher Adley Rutschman have been named first-team preseason all-Americans by Perfect Game USA, the online publication announced Tuesday.
Pitcher Bryce Fehmel was named to the second team and pitcher Jake Mulholland the third team.
All four have now been recognized twice, as Collegiate Baseball released its preseason all-America team in December.
The Beavers are the only team with two first-team selections by Perfect Game and are tied with Arkansas at four overall.
Rutschman, a junior, earned preseason honors after batting .408 with a school-record 102 hits and 83 RBIs last season. He hit nine home runs, 22 doubles and walked 53 times. The Sherwood native was selected as the projected player of the year by Collegiate Baseball in December.
Abel became the first pitcher to win four games at the College World Series, claiming the last victory thanks to a two-hit shutout of Arkansas in the championship finale. The San Diego native ended the year 8-1 with a 2.88 ERA in 23 games. He was the only freshman in the nation with more than 100 strikeouts with 108.
Fehmel, a senior, went 10-1 in 2018, posting a 3.19 ERA in 20 games, all starts. He issued just 27 walks in 113 innings. His 26 career wins tie him for 10th all-time at OSU and his .839 winning percentage (26-5) ranks fourth.
Mulholland, a junior, saved 16 games last season, tying for the Pac-12 Conference lead. He finished the season 2-2 with a 2.20 ERA, striking out 42 to just 11 walks in 42 innings. Mulholland is at 22 career saves entering the season in a tie for third in a career at Oregon State.