College Baseball Stats Leaders-May 26

May 26, 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 5/23/10.

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Jace Brinkerhoff

BATTING AVERAGE

Minimum 3.0 Plate Appearances Per Game &  Minimum 120 Plate Appearances

1. Justin Brinkerhoff-Utah Valley  .463

1. Justin Howard-New Mexico  .463

3. Sean Allaire-Central Connecticut St.  .456

4. Chad Oberacker-Tennessee Tech  .455

5. Chris Duffy-Central Florida  .447

6. Matt Szczur-Villanova  .443

7. D.J. Leonard-Bethune-Cookman  .441

8. Ryan Soares-George Mason  .438

8. Gary Brown-Cal St. Fullerton  .438

10. Joe Leonard-Pittsburgh  .436

Jordan Ribera

HOME RUNS

1. Jordan Ribera-Fresno St.  26

2. Paul Hoilman-East Tennessee St.  24

2. A.J. Kirby-Jones-Tennessee Tech  24

4. Alex Dickerson-Indiana  23

5. Anthony Rendon-Rice  22

6. Chris Duffy-Central Florida  21

6. Seth Furmanek-Oral Roberts  21

6. Luke Stewart-UAB  21

9.  The following players are tied with 20 home runs

Jeremy Baltz-St. John’s

Wes Cunningham-Murray St.

Brian Fletcher-Auburn

Matt Leeds-College of Charleston

Robert Maddox-Ohio

Justin Miller-Middle Tennessee

John Moreland-Mercer

Hunter Morris-Auburn

Peter O’Brien-Bethune-Cookman

Mike Olt-Connecticut

Doug Shribman-Bucknell

Jacob Tanis-Mercer

Nate Woods-Belmont

Nate Roberts

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE

Minimum 120 Plate Appearances

1. Nate Roberts-High Point  .578

2. Michael Choice-UT Arlington  .568

3. Yasmani Grandal-Miami (FL)  .552

4. Chris Bangi-Campbell  .548

4. Taylor Dugas-Alabama  .548

6. Kevin Tokarski-Illinois St.  .547

7. Shane Brown-Central Florida  .541

8. J.D. Ashbrook-Morehead St.  .540

9. Chris Duffy-Central Florida  .539

10. Kyle Roller-East Carolina  .537

Jace Brinkerhoff

RBIs

1. Jace Brinkerhoff-Utah Valley  84

2. Jacob Tanis-Mercer  83

3. Chris Benson-Utah Valley  81

3. Chris Duffy-Central Florida  81

5. Matt Leeds-College of Charleston  80

6. Eric Cain-South Dakota St.  79

7. Nate Woods-Belmont  78

8. Wes Cunningham-Murray St.  77

8. Anthony Gallas-Kent St.  77

8. Paul Hoilman-East Tennessee St.  77

Jake Rickenbach

RUNS

1. Jake Rickenbach-Utah Valley  85

2. Nate Roberts-High Point  84

3. Jace Brinkerhoff-Utah Valley  83

4. Paul Hoilman-East Tennessee St.  76

5. Ryan Aguayo-New Mexico St.  75

5. Tom Zebroski-George Washington  75

7. Dallas Poulk-North Carolina St. 74

8. John Schultz-Pittsburgh  73

8. Perry Silverman-Canisius  73

10. George Springer-Connecticut  72

Paul Hoilman

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

Minimum 3.0 Plate Appearances PG & Minimum 120 Plate Appearances

1. Paul Hoilman-East Tennessee St.  .874

2. Chris Duffy-Central Florida  .850

3. Kevin Patterson-Auburn  .849

4. A.J. Kirby-Jones-Tennessee Tech  .846

5. Wes Cunningham-Murray St.  .835

6. Ryan Soares-George Mason  .809

7. Alex Dickerson-Indiana  .808

8. Sean Allaire-Central Connecticut St.  .804

9. J.D. Ashbrook-Morehead St. .795

10. C.J. Cron-Utah  .788

Willie Wesley

STOLEN BASES

(Caught Stealing)

1. Willie Wesley-Jackson St.  51 (5)

2. Rico Noel-Coastal Carolina  48 (13)

3. Scott Woodward-Coastal Carolina  46 (6)

4. Dexter Kelley-Savannah St.  44 (10)

5. Shawn Payne-Georgia St.  43 (2)

6. Willie Argo-Illinois  41 (4)

6. Eric Stamets-Evansville  41 (6)

8. Damian Csakai-Wagner  40 (5)

8. Tyler Wilson-Lipscomb  40 (10)

10. Ryan Strausborger-Indiana St.  39 (4)

Quintavious Drains

WINS

1. Quintavious Drains-Jackson St. (13-3)

2. Anthony Meo-Coastal Carolina  (12-1)

3. Corey Baker-Pittsburgh  (11-2)

3. Matt Purke-TCU (11-0)

3. Brandon Workman-Texas  (11-1)

6. Seth Blair-Arizona St.  (10-0)

Jake Borup-Arizona St.  (10-1)

Blake Cooper-South Carolina  (10-1)

Cole Green-Texas  (10-0)

Lance Harting-Longwood  (10-0)

Matt Iannazzo-Pittsburgh  (10-2)

Tim Kelley-Wichita St.  (10-2)

Cortney Nelson-Jackson St.  (10-4)

Daniel Renken-Cal St. Fullerton  (10-2)

Nick Rogers-North Carolina A&T  (10-3)

Chris Sale-Florida Gulf Coast  (10-0)

Shawn Teufel-Liberty  (10-3)

Cody Wheeler-Coastal Carolina  (10-0)

Asher Wojciechowski-The Citadel  (10-2)

Chance Ruffin

ERA

Pitchers must have 1 IP for every game played by team & Minimum 50 IP

1. Chance Ruffin-Texas  0.86

2. John Stilson-Texas A&M  0.98

3. Trever Vermeulen-South Dakota St.  1.15

4. Kevin Munson-James Madison  1.23

5. Kenny Long-Illinois St.  1.56

6. Jordan Cooper-Wichita St.  1.59

7. Alex Wimmers-Ohio St.  1.60

8. Anthony Meo-Coastal Carolina  1.73

9. Matt Davenport-William & Mary  1.96

10. Chris Sale-Florida Gulf Coast  1.97

Kevin Arico

SAVES

1. Kevin Arico-Virginia  15

1. Neil Holland-Louisville  15

3. Andrew Burkett-Cincinnati  14

4. Chris Dennis-Portland  13

Kevin McKague-Army  13

Chris Patterson-Appalachian St.  13

Chance Ruffin-Texas  13

8.  Andy Deain-Northern Illinois  12

Paul Snieder-Northwestern  12

Jordan Swagerty-Arizona St.  12

Chris Sale

STRIKEOUTS

1. Chris Sale-Florida Gulf Coast  135

2. Asher Wojciechowski-The Citadel  128

3. Drew Pomeranz-Mississippi  127

4. Josh Smith-Lipscomb  124

5. Barrett Loux-Texas A&M  119

6. Trevor Bauer-UCLA  116

7. Eric Cantrell-George Washington  114

8. Gerrit Cole-UCLA  113

9. Bryce Shafer-Valparaiso  112

9. Boone Whiting-Centenary  112

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