Nate Law

Nate Law plays college ball along with brother Ryan at Loyola New Orleans.

Former Arab baseball standout Nate Law is continuing to make waves at the collegiate level.

The rising senior at Loyola University New Orleans is competing this summer for the Boca Raton-based Pompano Beach Clippers of the South Florida Collegiate Baseball League.

Recently, he was named to the SFCBL South All-Star team. The All-Star Game will be held on Sunday at Florida Atlantic Uni-versity in Boca Raton, Fla. Batting practice will start at 10:30 a.m. (CDT), with the game starting at 1 p.m.

Law is hitting .300 this summer, catching the attention of league general managers, coaches and scouts, who select the all-stars based on statistics and overall pro potential.

The SFCBL is a highly competitive wood bat summer league for current collegiate players from across the nation. With 10 teams spanning from West Palm Beach to Fort Lauderdale, the SFCBL is split into North and South divisions, where teams compete in a 44-game regular season to secure a playoff spot and ultimately the league championship.

A single elimination playoff begins the last week of July, culminating with a championship series between the last two teams standing.

This isn’t the first time Law has made news at the college level. In February of 2018, he went on a remarkable eight-game hitting streak for Loyola during which he batted .696 (16 for 23).

This past season, Nate has been joined by his younger brother Ryan on the Loyola team, reuniting on the baseball diamond once again like they did as youngsters.

Youngest brother Landon will be a junior on the Arab High School baseball team.

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