UCLA pitchers David Berg and James Kaprielian and Bruins catcher Shane Zeile, and USC pitchers Wyatt Strahan and Kyle Davis were selected to the All-Pac-12 Conference baseball team, the conference announced.
Coaches selected 14 pitchers to the 32-player all-conference team.
Berg, a junior from Covina, was all-conference for the third consecutive season. He had 11 saves and 1.50 earned-run average.
Kaprielian, a sophomore from Tustin, was 7-6 with a 2.29 ERA and ranked 14th nationally with 108 strikeouts. Zeile, a junior from Valencia, batted .324 and drove in 28 runs.
The defending national champion Bruins finished 25-30-1 and 12-18 in conference play. They were not selected for the NCAA playoffs for the first time since 2009.
Strahan, a junior from Villa Park, was 5-3 in Pac-12 games, averaging eight strikeouts a game. Strahan had a 2.92 earned-run average in 10 conference starts.
Davis, a sophomore from Garden Grove, earned his ninth save and also pitched a complete-game victory last weekend as USC won two of three games against top-ranked Oregon State. He finished with a 1.12 ERA.
USC finished 29-24 and 16-14 in conference play. It was the Trojans’ first winning season since 2005 but did not earn them a bid to the NCAA playoffs.
Oregon State outfielder Michael Conforto was selected conference player of the year for the second consecutive season. Oregon State left-hander Jace Fry was pitcher of the year.
The all-conference selections were announced Wednesday.