College Baseball Stats Leaders – April 18

April 20, 2011
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Following is our latest look at Division One’s college baseball stats leaders in selected categories.  These official NCAA stats are for games played through Sunday, April 17.

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Chad Zurcher

BATTING AVERAGE

1. Chad Zurcher – Memphis  .488

2. C.J. Cron – Utah  .478

3. Tanner Waite – New Mexico St.  .459

4. Matt Gedman – UMass  .450

5. Bryson Myles – Stephen F. Austin  .446

6. Scott Davis – Delaware St.  .440

7. Eric Helmrich – Marist  .435

8.Tyler Jones – Long Island  .434

8. A.J. Miller – Lafayette  .434

10. Brandon Eckerle – Michigan St.  .430

Victor Roache

HOME RUNS

1. Victor Roache – Georgia Southern  18

2. Jake Lowery – James Madison  17

3. Brandon Miller – Samford  15

4. Casey Kalenkosky – Texas St.  14

5. David Herbek – James Madison  13

5. Andrew Rash – Virginia Tech  13

7. Dan Paolini – Siena  12

7. Bo Reeder – East Tennessee St.  12

7. Doug Shribman – Bucknell  12

10. Daniel Aldrich – College of Charleston  11

Ryan Fleming – Georgia St.  11

Zach Helgeson – George Mason  11

Matt Leeds – College of Charleston  11

Xavier Macklin – North Carolina A&T  11

Peter O’Brien – Bethune-Cookman  11

Ben Thomas – Xavier  11

Jake Lowery

RBIs

1. Jake Lowery – James Madison  62

2. David Herbek – James Madison  55

3. Matt Leeds – College of Charleston  52

3. Chris O’Brien – Wichita St.  52

5. Cody Fick – Evansville  51

5. Adam Brett Walker – Jacksonville  51

7. Victor Roache – Georgia Southern  50

8. Frazier Hall – Southern  49

8. Colin Moran – North Carolina  49

10. Parker Hipp – New Mexico St.  48

Chad Zurcher

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE

1. Chad Zurcher – Memphis  .599

2. Tanner Waite – New Mexico St.  .579

3. Anthony Rendon – Rice  .553

4. Tyler McNeely – Illinois St.  .545

5. C.J. Cron – Utah  .541

6. Tyler Robbins – Dallas Baptist  .539

7. Jimmy Brenneman – Campbell  .538

8. Parker Hipp – New Mexico St.  .537

9. Tyler Jones – Long Island  .536

9. Pablo Bermudez – Florida International  .536

Jake Lowery

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

1. Jake Lowery – James Madison  .873

2. A.J. Miller – Lafayette  .821

3. C.J. Cron – Utah  .805

4. David Herbek – James Madison  .784

5. Trever Adams – Creighton  .771

6. Daniel Aldrich – College of Charleston  .762

6. Victor Roache – Georgia Southern  .762

8. Frazier Hall – Southern  .758

9, Andrew Rash – Virginia Tech  .746

10. Ben Thomas – Xavier  .744

Jake Lowery

RUNS

1. Jake Lowery – James Madison  53

2. Jace Peterson – McNeese St.  50

3. Tyler Grimes – Wichita St.  49

4. Billy Burns – Mercer  48

4. Bryson Myles – Stephen F. Austin  48

6. Jimmy Brenneman – Campbell  46

7. Thomas Carroll – Mercer  45

7. Wesley Starkes – New Mexico St.  45

9. Dan Gulbransen – Jacksonville  44

Jonathon Murphy – Jacksonville  44

Eric Phillips – Georgia Southern  44

Adam Brett Walker – Jacksonville  44

Bryson Myles

STOLEN BASES

1. Bryson Myles – Stephen F. Austin  36

2. Ryan Brenner – Miami (OH)  30

3. Brooks Pinckard – Baylor  28

4. Jimmy Brenneman – Campbell  24

4. Zeke DeVoss – Miami (FL)  24

6. Scott Woodward – Coastal Carolina  23

7. Brandon Hollins – Alcorn St.  22

7. Dexter Kelley – Savannah St.  22

7. Khayyan Norfork – Tennessee  22

10. Billy Burns – Mercer  21

Ian Haynes – James Madison  21

Mikie Mahtook – LSU  21

Jamodrick McGruder  21

Jace Peterson – McNeese St.  21

Eric Stamets – Evansville  21

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Danny Hultzen

WINS

1. Danny Hultzen – Virginia  8

Taylor Jungmann – Texas  8

John Neely – Texas Tech  8

Mark Pope – Georgia Tech  8

Tyler Ray – Troy  8

Will Roberts – Virginia  8

Michael Roth – South Carolina  8

8.Matt Barnes – Connecticut  7

Ryan Beck – New Mexico St.  7

John Brebbia – Troy  7

Paul Davis – Florida Atlantic  7

Jeremy Dobbs – Autsin Peay  7

Grayson Garvin – Vanderbilt  7

Sonny Gray – Vanderbilt  7

Corey Maines – Illinois St.  7

Jonathon Montoya – Cal State Bakersfield  7

Corey Roberts – Charlotte  7

Michael Rocha – Oklahoma  7

Kurt Schluter – Stetson  7

Andrew Smith – Charlotte  7

Ross Stripling – Texas A&M  7

Geoffrey Thomas – Southern Mississippi  7

Nick Tropeano – Stony Brook  7

Trevor Bauer

STRIKEOUTS

1. Trevor Bauer – UCLA  110

2. Danny Hultzen – Virginia  99

3. Kyle Hald – Old Dominion  78

4. Quintavious Drains – Jackson St.  76

4. Charlie Lowell – Wichita St.  76

6. Andrew Chafin – Kent St.  75

7. Sonny Gray – Vanderbilt  73

7. Terrance Washington – Jackston St.  73

9. Jed Bradley – Georgia Tech  72

Corey Maines – Illinois St.  72

Cory Mazzoni – North Carolina St.  72

Tanner Peters – UNLV  72

Bo Reeder

SAVES

1. Bo Reeder – East Tennessee St.  13

2. Tyler Maloof – Georgia  12

3. Branden Kline – Virginia  11

Corey Knebel – Texas  11

Matt Price – South Carolina  11

Charlie Robertston – Fresno St.  11

7. James Allen – Kansas St.  10

Todd Hornsby – Jacksonville St.  10

Daniel Miranda – Miami (FL)  10

Tyler Smith – Rider  10

Abram Williams – Radford  10

Adam Wisniewski – Old Dominion  10

Evan Zerff – Long Island  10

Brad Mincey

ERA

1. Brad Mincey – East Carolina  0.47

2. Cody Martin – Gonzaga  0.76

3. Andrew Chafin – Kent St.  0.78

4. Matt Murray – Georgia Southern  0.92

5. Nick Tropeano – Stony Brook  1.01

6. Matt Barnes – Connecticut  1.04

7. Michael Rocha – Oklahoma  1.09

8. Taylor Jungmann – Texas  1.11

8. Will Roberts – Virginia  1.11

10. Mark Pope – Georgia Tech  1.14

 

 

 

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