College Baseball 2010 Statistics Leaders-March 25

March 25, 2010
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An Unofficial 2nd Look At The National Leaders

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The NCAA won’t release its official statistics leaders until after the conclusion of the Final Four, so here’s our “unofficial” look at some individual category leaders.  Pitching Statistics are still a little hard to qualify, so for now we’re sticking with wins, saves and strikeouts.  We’ve added slugging percentage, on-base percentage and a “Triple Crown Watch” this week to the offensive categories.

(Stats as of March 25, 2010)

Corey Baker

Wins

These Pitchers Are Tied With 5 Victories

Matt Andress-Appalachian State

Corey Baker-Pittsburgh

Aaron Barrett-Mississippi

Jake Borup-Arizona State

Gerrit Cole-UCLA

Ryan Daniel-Kansas State

Brandon Efferson-Southeastern Louisiana

Merrill Kelly-Arizona State

Brandon Love-Mercer

Alex Panteliodis-Florida

Marcus Pointer-Pacific

Josh Schneider-Morehead State

Brandon Williamson-Dallas Baptist

Alex Wimmers-Ohio State

Asher Wojciechowski-The Citadel

Gerrit Cole

Strikeouts

1.  Taylor Jungmann – Texas  51

2.  Gerrit Cole – UCLA  49

3.  Asher Wojciechowski – The Citadel 48

4.  Trevor Bauer – UCLA  47

4.  Barret Loux – Texas A&M  47

6.  Jason Mitchell – UT Arlington  43

7. Tanner Peters – UNLV  44

8.  Daniel Bibona-UC Irvine  43

8. Danny Hultzen – Virginia  43

8.  Ryan Fraser – Memphis  43

Matty Ott

Saves

1.  Matty Ott-LSU  8

2.  Kevin Arico-Virginia  7

2.  Chad Sheppard-Northwestern State  7

2.  Jordan Swagerty-Arizona State  7

5.  Chris Patterson-Appalachian State  6

5.  Seth Simmons-East Carolina  6

7.  Wes Alsup-Tennessee Martin  5

Chris Dennis-Portland  5

Austin Fleet-Coastal Carolina  5

Chris Franklin-Southeastern Louisiana  5

John Ivie-Belmont  5

Drew Mahaffey-The Citadel  5

Daniel Ottone-Western Carolina  5

Brooks Pinckard-Baylor  5

Ryne Purcell-Eastern Kentucky  5

Mikel Rodenberg-High Point  5

Chance Ruffin-Texas  5

Lex Rutledge-Samford  5

John Soldinger-Manhattan  5

Garrett Bivone

Batting Average

1.  Garrett Bivone-UT Pan American  .531  (26-49)

2.  Chris Duffy-Central Florida  .530  (44-83)

3.  Matt Szczur-Villanova  .529 (37-70)

4.  Justin Bencsko-Villanova  .527  (29-55)

5.  Mark Hill-George Mason  .517  (41-60)

6.  Sean Toole-Pittsburgh  .509  (27-53)

7.  Matt Dittman-Illinois  .500  (22-44)

7.  David Popkins-UC Davis  .500  (21-42)

9.  Chris Benson-Utah Valley  .492  (31-63)

10.  Brandon Padula-Maryland  .486  (36-74)

A.J. Kirby-Jones

Home Runs

1.  A.J. Kirby-Jones-Tennessee Tech  13

2.  Chris Duffy-Central Florida  12

3.  Ben Harty-New Mexico State  11

4.  Mac Doyle-Wofford  10

Paul Hoilman-East Tennessee St.  10

Phil Wunderlich-Louisville  10

Pat Biserta-Rutgers  10

Danny Brock-St. Louis  10

J. D. Ashbrook-Morehead State   10

Kyle Parker-Clemson  10

Chris Duffy

RBIs

1.  Chris Duffy-Central Florida  40

2.  A.J. Kirby-Jones-Tennessee Tech  39

2.  Drew Lee-Morehead State  39

4.  Ben Harty-New Mexico State  38

4.  Jacob Tanis-Mercer  38

6.  Danny Brock-St. Louis  36

6.  Sam Eberle-Jacksonville State  36

6.  Nate Woods-Belmont  36

6.  Joe Leonard-Pittsburgh  36

10.  Connor Powers-Mississippi St.  34

10.  Paul Karmas-St. John’s  34

Mac Doyle

Slugging Percentage

1.  A.J. Kirby-Jones-Tennessee Tech  1.155

2.  Chris Duffy-Central Florida  1.120

3.  Mac Doyle-Wofford  1.000

4.  Paul Hoilman-East Tennessee St.  .959

5.  Jacke Healey-Youngstown State  .950

6.  Zack MacPhee-Arizona State  .922

7.  Brandon Hairston-Norfolk State  .909

8.  Ryan Soares-George Mason  .908

9.  Wes Cunningham-Murray State  .897

10.  T.J. Blanton-Bowling Green  .895

Brian Harris

On-Base Percentage

1.  Justin Bencsko-Villanova  .613

2.  Brian Harris-Vanderbilt  .608

2.  Nate Roberts-High Point  .608

4.  Taylor Dugas-Alabama  .607

5.  A.J. Kirby-Jones-Tennessee Tech  .606

6.  Chad Salem-Manhattan  .602

7.  Mark Hill-George Mason  .600

8.  Alan Denman-Campbell  .595

9.  Vincent Mejia-UT Pan American  .587

10.  David Popkins-UC Davis  .585

Chris Duffy

Triple Crown Watch

Chris Duffy-Central Florida

BA: .530  #2

HR:  12  #2

RBI:  40  #1

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