MSU’s Eckerle, Louisville’s Amlung Headline BIG EAST/Big Ten All-Tournament Team

February 21, 2011
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Michigan State senior centefielder and leadoff hitter Brandon Eckerle (Durand, Mich.) has joined Louisville sophomore righthander Justin Amlung (Louisville, Ky.) in receiving MVP honors from the 2011 BIG EAST/Big Ten Challenge, held Feb. 18-20 in various Florida cities (namely Clearwater and St. Petersburg).

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Twelve other players join Eckerle and Amlung on the All-Tournament Team, while 12 others received honorable mention all-tournament status from the 16-team event.

The honorees are presented by College Baseball 360 – following consultation with media relations contacts and coaches from the respective schools.

CB360 will have a more detailed look later at the all-tournament team (including photos) and the Challenge tournament in general – in addition to posting the PDF packet of various statistics from the 24-game tournament (check back later). …

2011 BIG EAST/Big Ten Challenge All-Tournament Team (presented by CollegeBaseball360)
MVP (most valuable position player) –
Brandon Eckerle
(Michigan State) … CF … Sr. … Durand, MI … 6-0/175 … #14 … leadoff
… hit .667 (8-for-12) … 2 RBI … R … BB … 2-3 SB … .692 on-base, .667 slug (1.359 OPS) … no Es (1 ast; 24 fielding chances)

MVP (most valuable pitcher) – 
Justin Amlung
(Louisville) … RHP … So. … Louisville, KY … 6-0/175 … #36
… vs. Ohio State: win … 0.00 … 7.2 IP … 0 R … 4 H (.148 opp. batting avg.) … BB … HB … 4K

Nick Ahmed (Connecticut) … SS … Jr. … Longmeadow, MA … 6-2/205 … #7 … 2-hole
… hit .417 (5-for-12) … 5 RBI … 4R … 2 3B … 2 2B … BB … HBP … SAC … 1-2 SB … .500 on-base, .917 slug (1.417 OPS) … 1E (14 chances)

Corey Baker (Pittsburgh) … RHP … Sr. … New York City, NY … 6-1/175 … #8
… vs. Illinois: win … 1.50 … 6.0 IP … R … 3H (.143 opp. batting avg. … 3BB … HB … 6K)

Jeremy Baltz (St. John’s) … LF … So. … Vestal, NY … 6-3/205 … #18 … cleanup
… hit .500 (7-for-14) … 7RBI … 5R … 3B … 2 2B … HBP … K … 1-3 SB … .533 on-base, .786 slug (1.319 OPS) … 0 Es (5 chances)

Ryan Clark (Penn State) … LF … So. … Westerville, OH … 5-11/200 … #12 … 8/9-hole
… hit .444 (4-9)…RBI…3R…3B…2 2B…2K… .444 OB, .889 slug (1.333 OPS)…no E (2 chances)

Joe DeRocco (Seton Hall) … DH/RHP … Sr. … East Hanover, NJ … 6-1/200 … #18
… vs. Iowa: win … 0.00 … 8.o IP … 0 R … 2 H (.083 opp. batting avg.) … BB … 6K

John Dezse (Ohio State) … DH/RHP … Fr. … Powell, OH … 6-5/215 … #33 … 6/7-hole
… hit .583 (7-for-12) … 2 RBI … R … 2B … BB … 3K … SF … .571 on-base, .667 slug (1.238 OPS)
… 2 relief appearances … 1-0 … 3.00 … 3.o IP … R … H (.111 opp. batting avg.) … 3BB … K … WP

Justin Glass (Cincinnati) … DH … Fr. … Fort Wayne, IN … 6-2/190 … #16 … 3-hole
… hit .545 (6-for-11) … 3RBI … 3R … 2B … 2BB … .615 on-base, .667 slug (1.282 OPS)

Matt Morgan (Purdue) … RHP … Sr. … Fishers, IN … 5-11/170 … #18
… vs. UConn:  win … 0.00 … 5.2 IP … 0 R … 3H (.150 opp. batting) … 2BB … 2HB … 5K … WP

Harrison Musgrave (West Virginia) … LHP … Fr. … Bridgeport, WV … 6-0/185 … #11
… vs. Penn State: win … 0.00 … 6.2 IP … 0 R … 3H (.130 opp. batting avg.) … 0 BB … 8K … WP

Kevin Plawecki (Purdue) … C … So. … Carmel, IN … 6-1/200 … #26 … cleanup
… hit .500 (6-12) … 4RBI … 2R … BB … 1-3 SB … .538 OB, .500 slug (1.038 OPS) … no Es/PBs

Herman Petzold (Notre Dame)…RF…5th-Yr. Sr. … St. Clair Shores, MI…5-10/175…#13…2-hole
… hit .417 (5-for-12) … 5RBI … 3R … 2 2B … BB … K … SAC … .500 on-base, .583 slug (1.083 OPS) … no Es (4 chances)

Cade Stallings (Louisville) … 3B … So. … Knoxville, TN … 6-0/230 … #25 … 6-hole
… hit .400 (4-for-10 … RBI … 2R … 3B … 2BB … K … .500 on-base, .600 sluging (1.100 OPS) … no Es (3 chances)

Honorable Mention
Nick Brown
(Iowa) … RHP … Jr. … Warrenville, IL … 6-3/240 … #35
… vs. Pitt: no-dec. … 1.42 … 6.1 IP … 2R/1ER … 5H (.227 opp. batting avg.) … BB … 3HB … 5K

Grant Buckner (West Virginia) … SS … Sr. … Elkview, WV … 6-2/225 … #28 … 3-hole
… hit .250 (3-for-12) … 4RBI … 5R … 2HR … BB … HBP … .357 on-base, .750 slug (1.107)  … no Es (3 chances)

Sean Hagan (St. John’s) … LHP … So. … Larchmont, NY … 6-6/225 … #30
… vs. Minnesota: win  … 0.00 … 5.0 IP … 0 R … 3H (.176  opp. batting avg.) … BB … HB … 4K

Drew Haynes (Louisville) … RF … Sr. … New Albany, IN … 5-9/180 … #1 … 9-hole
… hit .500 (4-for-8 … RBI … 2R … 2B … BB … HBP … SAC … .600 on-base, .625 slug (1.225 OPS) … no Es (10 chances)

Steven Hill (Penn State) … RHP … So. … Collleyville, TX … 6-2/200 … #19
vs. West Virginia: no-dec. … 2.35 … 7.2 IP … 2R … 5H (.2oo opp. batting)…0 BB…2HB…8K

Phil Isaksson (Minnesota) … LHP … Sr. … Eau Claire, MN … 6-0/195 … #10
… vs. UConn: no-dec. .. 0.00 … 5.o IP … UER … 3H (.188 opp. batting avg.) … 2BB … 3K … WP

Jeff Holm (Michigan State) … 1B … Sr. … St. Charles, IL … 6-3/215 … #27 … cleanup
… hit .467 (7-for-15) … 8RBI … 5R … 2HR … 3B … 2 2B … BB … 2K … .500 on-base, 1.133 slug (1.633 OPS) … 0 Es (32 chances)

Trey Mancini (Notre Dame) … 1B … Fr. … Winter Haven, FL … 6-4/230 … #3 … 5-hole
… hit .500 (4-for-8) … 3 RBI … 3R … HR … 3B … HBP … 2K … 1-1 SB … SF … .500 on-base, 1.125 slug (1.625 OPS) … no Es (14 chances)

Michael O’Neill (Michigan) … RF … Fr. … Powell, OH … 6-0/180 … #10 … 9-hole/3-hole
… hit .455 (5-for-11) … RBI … 3R … BB … K … 0-1 SB … .500 on-base, .636 slug (1.136 OPS ) … no Es (7 chances)

Josh Parr (Illinois) … SS … Jr. … Chillicothe, IL … 6-0/170 … #9 … leadoff
… hit .385 (5-for-13) … 4RBI-4R … 3B … 2B … BB … HBP … 2K … 4-4 SB … .467 on-base, .615 slug (1.082 OPS) … no Es (9 chances)

Barrett Serrato (Purdue) … SS … Jr. … West Chicago, IL … 6-2/185 … #23 … 6/7/8-hole
… hit .667 (6-9)…4RBI…3R…3B…2B…BB… .700 OB 1.000 slug (1.700 OPS)…2 E (6 chances)

Kurt Wunderlich (Michigan State) … RHP … Sr. … Des Peres, MO … 6-2/215 … #26
… vs. Notre Dame: win … 1.29 … 7.0 IP … R … 6H (.250 opp. batting avg.) … BB … HB … 4K

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