Puebla, Southern players participate in Omaha clinic Puebla, Southern players participate in Omaha clinic Advocate staff photo by HEATHER McCLELLAND -- Southern assistant baseball coach Fernando Puebla gestures to a player during a game at Lee-Hines Field last season. Puebla and two players, Harley Wiltz and Gavin Webster, will serve as instructors at a youth clinic in Omaha, Neb., in conjunction with the College World Series this week. Advocate staff report Aug. 11, 2013 Comments Southern fell short of the NCAA baseball tournament this season. Still, the Jaguars will have a presence in Omaha, Neb., this week. Assistant coach Fernando Puebla and two players, outfielder Gavin Webster and infielder Harley Wiltz, will serve as instructors at a youth clinic in conjunction with the College World Series, SU head coach Roger Cador said. This is the third consecutive year in which Puebla — the former SU infielder and now longtime assistant — has served as an instructor at the clinic, which happens this weekend. Webster and Wiltz just finished their first seasons as active players on the SU roster. Webster, a third-year sophomore who transferred from LSU-Eunice (via Southeastern Louisiana), hit .230 in 35 games, with five homers and 23 RBIs. Wiltz, a freshman from Acadiana High, hit .327 in 17 games.