College Baseball Stats Leaders – March 14, 2011

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Following is our first look at some of the Division One stats leaders for the 2011 college baseball season. These stats are “unofficial”, as the NCAA does not typically release its first official statistics until the conclusion of basketball’s Final Four.

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Brandon Eckerle

BATTING AVERAGE

1. Brandon Eckerle – Michigan St.  .533

2. Ross Heffley – Western Carolina  .521

3. Eric Phillips – Georgia Southern .517

4. Joe Winker – Mercer  .489

4. Doug Dekoning – Milwaukee  .489

6. C.J. Cron – Utah  .477

6. Danny Quattlebaum – Gardner-Webb  .477

8. Daniel Pigott – Florida .463

9. Khayyak Norfork – Tennessee  .462

9. Thomas Pope – UNC Wilmington  .462

Joe Winker

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

1. Joe Winker – Mercer  1.044

2. Jake Lowery – James Madison  .968

3. Daniel Aldrich – College of Charleston  .896

4. C.J. Cron – Utah  .864

5. Rance Roundy – UNLV  .861

6. Andrew Rash – Virginia Tech  .852

7. Ross Heffley – Western Carolina  .833

8. Christian Walker – South Carolina  .830

9. Doug Shribman – Bucknell  .826

10. Jackie Bradley, Jr. – South Carolina  .813

Khayyan Norfork

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE

1. Khayyan Norfork – Tennessee  .606

2. Eric Phillips – Georgia Southern  .589

3. Joe Winker – Mercer  .579

4. Brandon Eckerle – Michigan St.  .576

4. Tyler Grimes – Wichita St.  .576

6. Ross Heffley – Western Carolina  .574

7. Ryan Bellamy – Xavier  .571

8. Jimmy Brenneman – Campbell  .566

9. Kevin Quaranto – Siena  .566

10. Andrew Susac – Oregon St.  .561

Jake Lowery

HOME RUNS

1. Jake Lowery – James Madison  9

2. Andrew Rash – Virginia Tech  7

2. Doug Shribman – Bucknell 7

2. Joe Winker – Mercer  7

2. Derrick Workman – Mercer  7

6. Daniel Aldrich – College of Charleston  6

6. Brandon Bayardi – UNLV  6

6. Jeff Harkensee – Southeastern Louisiana  6

6. David Herbek – James Madison  6

6. Matt Leeds – College of Charleston  6

6. Mikie Mahtook – LSU  6

6. Rance Roundy – UNLV  6

Matt Leeds

RBIs

1. Matt Leeds – College of Charleston  35

2. Jake Lowery – James Madison  30

3. Jeff Harkensee – Southeastern Louisiana  26

3. Rance Roundy – UNLV  26

3. Joe Winker – Mercer  26

6. Steve Antolik – High Point  24

6. Matt Duffy – Tennessee  24

6. Casey Kalenkosky – Texas State  24

6. Jacob Tanis – Mercer  24

10. Thomas Carroll – Mercer  22

10. Steve Cochrane – Georgia Southern  22

10. Jimmy Howick – Jacksonville  22

10. Andrew Rash – Virginia Tech  22

10. Zach Stephens – Tennessee Tech  22

10. Ben Thomas – Xavier  22

Billy Burns

RUNS

1. Billy Burns – Mercer  27

2. Jake Lowery – James Madison  26

3. Johnny Bladel – James Madison  25

3. Jace Peterson – McNeese St.  25

5. Jimmy Brenneman – Campbell  24

5. Thomas Carroll – Mercer  24

5. Mikie Mahtook – LSU  24

5. Rance Roundy – UNLV  24

9. Nick Vickerson – Mississippi St.  23

10. Justin Boudreaux – Southeastern Louisiana  22

10. Christopher Cook – George Mason  22

10. Rob Kral – College of Charleston  22

10. Matt Leeds – College of Charleston  22

10. Cole Rakar – College of Charleston  22

10. Chris Taylor – Virginia  22

Bryson Myles

STOLEN BASES

1. Bryson Myles – Stephen F. Austin  17

2. Travis Shreve – Central Florida  15

3. Ryan Mooney – Sam Houston St.  14

3. Khayyan Norfork – Tennessee  14

3. Brooks Pinckard – Baylor  14

6. Jimmy Brenneman – Campbell  13

6. Eric Stamets – Evansville  13

6. Nick Vickerson – Mississippi St.  13

9. Pat Hillsinger – Radford  12

9. Jamodrick McGruder – Texas Tech  12

9. Jace Peterson – McNeese St.  12

9. Taylor Ratliff – Jacksonville  12

9. Scott Woodward – Coastal Carolina  12

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Scott Mcnally

WINS

1. Scott McNally – East Tennessee St.  5

(14 Pitchers are tied with four wins each.)

Josh Adams – Georgia Southern

Evan Abrecht – Air Force

Ty Blach – Creighton

Matt Crouse – Mississippi

Alex Facundus – Tulane

Sean Gilmartin – Florida St.

Danny Hultzen – Virginia

Brian Johnson – Florida

Tanner Peters – UNLV

Mark Pope – Georgia Tech

Tyler Ray – Troy

Michael Roth – South Carolina

Dave Walking – Penn State

Kyle Winkler – TCU

Branden Kline

SAVES

1. Branden Kline – Virginia  7

1. Nick Pepitone – Tuland  7

1. Bo Reeder – East Tennessee St. – 7

4. Chris Dennis – Portland  6

4. Ryan Hawthorned – Loyola Marymount  6

4. Tyler Maloof – Georgia  6

4. Mark Montgomery – Longwood  6

4. Charlie Robertson – Fresno St.  6

9. Corey Deighan – Charleston Southern  5

9. Zack Hartman – UNLV  5

9. Jordan Legros – McNeese St.  5

9.  Blaze Tart – UNC Wilmington  5

9. Justin Ziegler – Bradley  5

9. Tony Zych – Louisville  5

Danny Hultzen

STRIKEOUTS

1. Danny Hultzen – Virginia  50

2. Trevor Bauer – UCLA  46

3. Tyler Anderson – Oregon  41

4. Alex Meyer – Kentucky  39

5. Jed Bradley – Georgia Tech  38

5. Christian Jones – Oregon  38

7. Gerrit Cole – UCLA  37

8. Chris Beck – Georgia Southern  35

8. Sean Gilmartin – Florida St.  35

10. Richie Goodenow – Lipscomb  34

10. Austin Pritcher – The Citadel  34

 

 

 

 

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