College Baseball Stats Leaders-April 4

April 5, 2011
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Following is our fourth 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 April 3.

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Chad Zurcher

BATTING AVERAGE

1. Chad Zurcher – Memphis  .505

2. Tanner Waite – New Mexico St.  .486

3. C.J. Cron – Utah  .476

4. Matt Gedman – UMass  .466

5. Tyler Jones – Long Island  .444

6. Joey Rickard – Arizona  .443

7. John Lenherr – VCU  .442

8. Tyler Sibley – Texas St.  .440

9. Brad Zebedis – Presbyterian  .438

10. Eric Phillips – Georgia Southern  .432

Jake Lowery

HOME RUNS

1. Jake Lowery – James Madison  14

2. David Herbek – James Madison  12

2. Victor Roache  – Georgia Southern  12

4. Casey Kalenkosky – Texas St.  10

4. Mikie Mahtook – LSU  10

4. Andrew Rash – Virginia Tech  10

4. Bo Reeder – East Tennessee St.  10

9. Daniel Aldrich – College of Charleston  9

9. Brandon Miller – Samford  9

9. Peter O’Brien – Bethune-Cookman  9

9. Dan Paolini – Siena  9

9. Doug Schribman – Bucknell  9

9. B.A. Vollmuth – Southern Mississippi  9

Parker Hipp

RBIs

1. Parker Hipp – New Mexico St.  47

2. Matt Leeds – College of Charleston  44

2. Jake Lowery – James Madison  44

4. David Herbek – James Madison  42

4. Colin Moran – North Carolina  42

6. Andy Chriscaden – Kennesaw St.  39

6. Cody Fick – Evansville  39

8. Jacob Tanner – Mercer  38

8. Adam Brett Walker – Jacksonville  38

10. Garrett Buechele – Oklahoma  37

Chad Zurcher

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE

1. Chad Zurcher – Memphis  .612

2. Tanner Waite – New Mexico St.  .606

3. Tyler McNeely – Illinois St.  .561

4. Tyler Jones – Long Island  .553

5. Anthony Rendon – Rice  .552

6. Rick Aguayo – New Mexico St.  .541

6. Jimmy Brennaman – Campbell  .541

8. Parker Hipp – New Mexico St.  .538

9. Tyler Sibley – Texas St.  .537

10. C.J. Cron – Utah  .536

Jake Lowery

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

1. Jake Lowery – James Madison  .881

2. David Herbek – James Madison  .830

3. Mikie Mahtook – LSU  .828

4. Daniel Aldrich – College of Charleston  .800

5. C.J. Cron – Utah  .780

6. A.J. Miller – Lafayette  .767

7. Andrew Rash – Virginia Tech  .753

7. Joe Winker – Mercer  .753

9. Brad Zebedis – Presbyterian  .750

10. Tyler McNeely – Illinois St.  .747

Bryson Myles

STOLEN BASES

1. Bryson Myles – Stephen F. Austin  26

1. Brooks Pinckard – Baylor  26

3. Ryan Mooney – Sam Houston St.  20

3. Khayyan Norfork – Tennessee  20

5. Ryan Brenner – Miami (OH)  19

5. Ian Haynes – James Madison  19

5. Matt Hillsinger – Radford  19

5. Rand Ravnaas – Georgetown  19

5. Travis Shreve – Central Florida  19

5. Eric Stamets – Evansville  19

5. Nick Vickerson – Mississippi St.  19

5. Scott Woodward – Coastal Carolina  19

Jake Lowery

RUNS

1. Jake Lowery – James Madison  42

2. Billy Burns – Mercer  40

3. Mikie Mahtook – LSU  38

4. Jimmy Brenneman – Campbell  37

4. Parker Hipp – New Mexico St.  37

4. Wesley Starkes – New Mexico St.  37

7. Jacob Tanis – Mercer  36

7. Zachary Voight – New Mexico St.  36

9. Justin Boudreaux – Southeastern Louisiana  35

9. Tyler Grimes – Wichita St.  35

9. Bryce Ortega – Arizona  35

9. Anthony Rendon – Rice  35

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WINS

1. Whitney Robinson – Florida A&M  8

2. Mark Pope – Georgia Tech  7

2. Michael Rocha – Oklahoma  7

4. Justin Amlung – Louisville  6

Will Campbell – Georgia St.  6

Matt Crouse – Mississippi  6

Steve Eagerton – Jacksonville  6

Sean Gilmartin – Florida St.  6

Greg Gonzalez – Fresno St.  6

Sonny Gray – Vanderbilt  6

Zach Griffith – Kennesaw St.  6

Danny Hultzen – Virginia  6

Patrick Johnson – North Carolina  6

Taylor Jungmann – Texas  6

Jenn Lindsey – Florida A&M  6

John Neely – Texas Tech  6

Tanner Perkins – Western Kentucky  6

Tyler Ray – Troy  6

Corey Roberts – UNC-Charlotte  6

Michael Roth – South Carolina  6

Geoffrey Thomas – Southern Mississippi  6

Tyler Maloof

SAVES

1. Tyler Maloof – Georgia  11

2. Branden Kline – Virginia  10

2. Bo Reeder – East Tennessee St.  10

4. Nick Pepitone – Tulane  9

4. Charlie Robertson – Fresno St.  9

6. James Allen – Kansas St.  8

6. Chris Haney – Dallas Baptist  8

6. Ryan Hawthorne – Loyola Marymount  8

6. Todd Hornsby – Jacksonville St.  8

The following 15 players are tied with 7 saves each

10. Pat Christensen – LaSalle

Matt Francisco – Villanova

Joaquin Hinojosa – Texas A&M

Andrew Jones – Samford

Corey Knebel – Texas

Daniel Miranda – Miami (FL)

Mark Montgomery – Longwood

Ryan Nance – UAB

Matt Price – South Carolina

Jonathon Smart – Alabama

Tyler Wagner – Utah

Abram Williams – Radford

Matt Zahel – Toledo

Evan Zerff – Long Island

Tony Zych – Louisville

Trevor Bauer

STRIKEOUTS

1. Trevor Bauer – UCLA  82

2. Danny Hultzen – Virginia  78

3. Kurt Heyer – Arizona  69

4. Jenn Lindsey – Florida A&M  66

5. Sonny Gray – Vanderbilt  62

5. Alex Meyer – Kentucky  62

7. Tyler Anderson – Oregon  61

7. Kyle Winkler – TCU  61

9. Jed Bradley – Georgia Tech  59

9. Cameron Hobson – Dayton  59

 

 

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