College Baseball Stats Leaders-March 28

March 30, 2011
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Following is our third 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. These stats are updated through games played on March 27.

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Chad Zurcher

BATTING AVERAGE

1. Chad Zurcher – Memphis  .480

2. Joey Rickard – Arizona  .475

2. Tanner Waite – New Mexico St.  .475

4. Tyler Jones – Long Island  .471

5. C.J. Cron – Utah  .467

6. Kevan Smith – Pittsburgh  .465

7. Spencer Kieboom – Clemson  .455

8. Khayyan Norfork – Tennessee  .452

9. Brandon Eckerle – Michigan St.  .448

9. John Lenherr – VCU  .448

Tanner Waite

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE

1. Tanner Waite – New Mexico St.  .588

1. Chad Zurcher – Memphis  .588

3. Khayyan Norfork – Tennessee  .557

4. Tyler Jones – Long Island  .553

5. Joe Panik – St. John’s  .550

6. Matt Duffy – Tennessee  .545

7. Jimmy Brenneman – Campbell  .544

8. Jarrod Park – Mississippi St. .543

9. Parker Hipp – New Mexico St.  .540

10. Kevin Quaranto – Siena  .539

David Herbek

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

1. David Herbek – James Madison  .872

2. Jake Lowery – James Madison  .857

3. Joe Winker – Mercer  .826

4. Daniel Aldrich – College of Charleston  .813

5. A.J. Miller – Lafayette  .794

6. C.J. Cron – Utah  .787

7. Brance Rivera – TCU  .760

8. B.A. Vollmuth – Southern Mississippi  .742

9. Mikie Mahtook – LSU  .741

10. Ben Waldrip – Jacksonville St.  .740

Jake Lowery

HOME RUNS

1. David Herbek – James Madison  11

2. Jake Lowery – James Madison  11

3. Casey Kalenkosky – Texas St.  9

3. B.A. Vollmuth – Southern Mississippi  9

5. Daniel Aldrich – College of Charleston  8

5. Brandon Bayardi – UNLV  8

5. Matt Leeds – College of Charleston  8

5. Mikie Mahtook – LSU  8

5. Peter O’Brien – Bethune-Cookman  8

5. Dylan Pratt – East Tennessee St.  8

5. Doug Shribman – Bucknell  8

5. Joe Winker – Mercer  8

Jeremy Schaffer

DOUBLES

1. Jeremy Schaffer – Tulane  17

2. Cody Asche – Nebraska  14

2. Daniel Pigott – Florida  14

2. Rance Roundy – UNLV  14

5. Andy Chriscaden – Kennesaw St.  13

5. Joey DeBernardis – Penn St.  13

5. Matt Koch – Loyola Marymount  13

8. Tom Coulombe – Rhode Island  12

Nick Delguidice – Florida Atlantic  12

Jason Krizan – Dallas Baptist  12

B.J.  McDonley – Arkansas-Pine Bluff  12

Alex Staehely – Creighton  12

Devon Travis – Florida St.  12

Chris Wychock – Towson  12

Matt Leeds

RBIs

1. Matt Leeds – College of Charleston  41

2. Jake Lowery – James Madison  40

3. Parker Hipp – New Mexico St.  38

4. Colin Moran – North Carolina  35

5. Garrett Buechele – Oklahoma  33

Jeff Harkensee – Southeastern Louisiana  33

David Herbek – James Madison  33

Casey Kalenkosky – Texas St.  33

Jacob Tanis – Mercer  33

10. Trey Hernandez – Texas A&M Corpus Christi  32

10. Dylan Pratt – East Tennessee St.  32

Billy Burns

RUNS

1. Billy Burns – Mercer  35

1. Jake Lowery – James Madison  35

3. Justin Boudreaux – Southeastern Louisiana  33

4. Jimmy Brenneman – Campbell  32

4. Mikie Mahtook – LSU  32

4. Nick Vickerson – Mississippi St.  32

7. Dan DiBartolomeo – West Virginia  31

Blake Green – South Carolina-Upstate  31

Tyler Grimes – Wichita St.  31

Trey Hernandez – Texas A&M Corpus Christi  31

Taylor Roy – Southern  31

Chris Taylor – Virginia  31

Zachary Voight – New Mexico St.  31

Kyle Wren – Georgia Tech  31

Bryson Myles

STOLEN BASES

1. Bryson Myles – Stephen F. Austin  24

2. Brooks Pinckard – Baylor  23

3. Khayyan Norfork – Tennessee  19

4. Ryan Brenner – Miami (OH)  18

4. Travis Shreve – Central Florida  18

6. Matt Hillsinger – Radford  17

Jamodrick McGruder – Texas Tech  17

Rand Ravnaas – Georgetown  17

Johnny Ruettiger – Arizona St.  17

Nick Vickerson – Mississippi St.  17

Scott Woodward – Coastal Carolina  17

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Tommy Hoenshell

INNINGS PITCHED

1. Tommy Hoenshell – Cal State Bakersfield  55.0

2. Kyle Simon – Arizona  52.0

3. Taylor Jungmann – Texas  51.2

4. Alex Gillingham – Loyola Marymount  48.0

5. Trevor Bauer – UCLA  47.2

5. Keegan Linza – Liberty  47.2

7. Kurt Heyer – Arizona  47.1

8. Michael Rocha – Oklahoma  46.2

9. Sam Gaviglio – Oregon St.  46.1

10. Heath Blackburn – Florida A&M  45.2

10. Mark Pope – Georgia Tech  45.2

Trevor Bauer

STRIKEOUTS

1. Trevor Bauer – UCLA  72

2. Danny Hultzen – Virginia  71

3. Kurt Heyer – Arizona  60

4. Tyler Anderson – Oregon  59

5. Sonny Gray – Vanderbilt  58

6. Alex Meyer – Kentucky  54

7. Lex Rutledge – Samford  52

8. Jed Bradley – Georgia Tech  51

8. Sam Gaviglio – Oregon St.  51

10. Tanner Peters – UNLV  49

10. Noe Ramirez – Cal State Fullerton  49

Branden Kline

SAVES

1. Branden Kline – Virginia  10

1. Bo Reeder – East Tennessee St.  10

3. Nick Pepitone – Tulane  9

4. Tyler Maloof – Georgia  8

4. Charlie Robertson – Fresno St.  8

6. Chris Haney – Dallas Baptist  7

Ryan Hawthorne – Loyola Marymount  7

Todd Hornsby – Jacksonville St.  7

Mark Montgomery – Longwood  7

Tyler Wagner – Utah  7

 

 

 

 

 


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