College Baseball Stats Leaders-May 5

May 5, 2010
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Here’s a look at the official Division One NCAA baseball statistics leaders in selected categories.  Stats are through games played on 5/2/10.

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Quintavious Drains

WINS

1.  Quintavious Drains-Jackson State  10

The following 11 players are tied with 9 wins

Corey Baker-Pittsburgh

Jake Borup-Arizona State

Cole Green-Texas

D.D. Hanks-South Alabama

Justin Jones-California

Merrill Kelly-Arizona State

Kyle Kraus-Portland

Anthony Meo-Coastal Carolina

Shawn Teufel-Liberty

Alex Wimmers-Ohio State

Brandon Workman-Texas

Drew Pomeranz

STRIKEOUTS

1. Drew Pomeranz-Mississippi  104

2. Chris Sale-Florida Gulf Coast  103

3. Asher Wojciechowski-The Citadel  102

4. Josh Smith-Lipscomb  100

5. Barret Loux-Texas A&M  97

6. Gerrit Cole-UCLA  95

7. Daniel Bibona-UC Irvine  94

7. Danny Hultzen-Virginia  94

9. Jason Mitchell-UT Arlington  93

10. Trevor Bauer-UCLA  92

Kevin Arico

SAVES

1. Kevin Arico-Virginia  13

1. Chris Patterson-Appalachian St.  13

3. Andrew Burkett-Cincinnati  12

Chris Dennis-Portland  12

Kevin McKague-Army  12

6. Neil Holland-Louisville  11

6. Matty Ott-LSU  11

8. Ryan Duke-Oklahoma  10

Andy Mee-Florida Atlantic  10

Chance Ruffin-Texas  10

Jordan Swagerty-Arizona St.  10

* Ten pitchers are tied for 12th with 9 saves

Trever Vermeulen

ERA

Minimum 40 IP & Pitchers must have 1 IP for every game played by team

1. Trever Vermeulen-South Dakota St.  0.82

2. Chance Ruffin-Texas  0.96

3. John Stilson-Texas A&M  1.07

4. Kenny Long-Illinois St.  1.35

5. Kevin Munson-James Madison  1.45

6. Brian Garman-Cincinnati  1.51

7. Alex Wimmers-Ohio St.  1.61

8. Cole Green-Texas  1.62

9. Brady Rodgers-Arizona St.  1.68

10. James Giuletti-Binghamton  1.72

TEAM ERA

1. Texas-2.17

2. Coastal Carolina-3.00

3. Oregon-3.01

4. UCLA-3.04

5. Arizona State-3.07

6. Portland-3.24

7. Vanderbilt-3.31

8. Louisiana-Lafayette-3.34

9. Miami (FL)-3.56

10. Virginia-3.58

Tom Clayton

BATTING AVERAGE

Minimum 90 Plate Appearances & Minimum 3.0 Plate Appearances Per Game

1. Tom Clayton-Youngstown St.  .473

2. Keith Werman-Virginia  .471

3. Kevin Tokarski-Illinois St.  .459

4. Effrey Valdez-New York Tech  .458

5. Phil Cerreto-Longwood  .457

5. Paul Hoilman-East Tennessee St.  .457

7. Joe Leonard-Pittsburgh  .452

8. Gary Brown-Cal State Fullerton  .450

9. Justin Howard-New Mexico  .449

10. Anthony Gomez-Vanderbilt  .445

Jacob Tanis

RUNS BATTED IN

1. Jacob Tanis-Mercer  72

2. Nate Woods-Belmont  67

3.  Mac Doyle-Wofford  64

3. Jake Overstreet-South Alabama  64

5. Paul Hoilman-East Tennessee St.  63

5. Matt Leeds-College of Charleston  63

7. Chris Duffy-Central Florida  62

Drew Lee-Morehead St.  62

Greg Wallace-Evansville  62

10. Brandon Williams-Georgia St.  61

Jordan Ribera

HOME RUNS

1. Jordan Ribera-Fresno St.  21

2. A.J. Kirby-Jones-Tennessee Tech  19

Jacob Tanis-Mercer  19

4. Alex Dickerson-Indiana  18

4. Dan Paolini-Siena  18

6. J.D. Ashbrook-Morehead St. 17

Jordan Ballard-VMI  17

Wes Cunningham-Murray St.  17

Chris Duffy-Central Florida  17

Ben Heath-Penn State  17

Paul Hoilman-East Tennessee St.  17

Matt Leeds-College of Charleston  17

Nate Woods-Belmont  17

Phil Wunderlich-Louisville  17

Paul Hoilman

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

Minimum 90 Plate Appearances & Minimum 3.0 Plate Appearances PG

1. Paul Hoilman-East Tennessee St.  .880

2. A.J. Kirby-Jones-Tennessee Tech  .859

3. Wes Cunningham-Murray St.  .851

4. Rob Segedin-Tulane  .837

5. Phil Cerreto-Longwood  .829

6. Chris Duffy-Central Florida  .825

7. J.D. Ashbrook-Moorehead St.  .824

8. Mac Doyle-Wofford  .819

9. Jayson Langfels-Eastern Kentucky  .818

10. Chace Perkins-New Mexico St.  .812

Kevin Tokarski

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE

Minimum 90 Plate Appearances

1. Kevin Tokarski-Illinois St.  .579

2. Nate Roberts-High Point  .579

3. Michael Choice-UT Arlington  .571

4. Taylor Dugas-Alabama  .566

5. Effrey Valdez-New York Tech  .554

6. Paul Hoilman-East Tennessee St.  .553

7. Yasmani Grandal-Miami (FL)  .551

8. Kyle Roller-East Carolina  .550

9. Keith Werman-Virginia  .548

10. J.D. Ashbrook-Moorehead St.  .547

Ryan Aguayo

RUNS

1. Ryan Aguayo-New Mexico St.  68

2. Nate Roberts-High Point  67

3. Dallas Poulk-North Carolina St.  65

4. Paul Hoilman-East Tennessee St.  63

5. J.D. Ashbrook-Moorehead St.  62

Tyler Holt-Florida St.  62

Justin Howard-New Mexico  62

Jeff Rowland-Georgia Tech  62

9. Barrett Barnes-Texas Tech  61

Wes Cunningham-Murray St.  61

Perry Silverman-Canisius  61

Kolbrin Vitek-Ball State  61

TEAM BATTING AVERAGE

1.  Georgia State .373

2. Pittsburgh  .370

3. Utah Valley  .365

4. New Mexico St.  .362

5. New Mexico  .356

6. Southeast Missouri St.  .355

7. Arizona State  .348

7. Auburn  .348

9. South Dakota St.  .346

10. Wright State  .345

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