College Baseball Stats Leaders – May 2

May 4, 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, May 1.

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Chad Zurcher

BATTING AVERAGE

1. Chad Zurcher – Memphis  .470

2. Bo Cuthertson – Southern Utah  .450

3. C.J. Cron – Utah  .448

4. Tyler Jones – Long Island  .445

5. Scott Davis – Delaware St.  .443

6. Brad Miller – Clemson  .437

7. Bryson Myles – Stephen F. Austin  .436

8. Eric Philips – Georgia Southern  .432

9. Jason Krizan – Dallas Baptist  .431

10. Ross Heffley – Western Carolina  .427

Victor Roache

HOME RUNS

1. Victor Roache – Georgia Southern  23

2. Jake Lowery – James Madison  20

3. Daniel Aldrich – College of Charleston  18

4. Casey Kalenkosky – Texas St.  16

Dan Paolini – Siena  16

Andrew Rash – Virginia Tech  16

Doug Shribman – Bucknell  16

8. Matt Leeds – College of Charleston  15

Xavier Macklin – North Carolina A&T  15

Brandon Miller – Samford  15

Jake Lowery

RBIs

1. Jake Lowery – James Madison  70

2. Matt Leeds – College of Charleston  67

3. George Springer – Connecticut  62

4. David Herbek – James Madison  61

5. Daniel Aldrich – College of Charleston  61

5. Jason Krizan – Dallas Baptist  61

7. Jacob Tanis – Mercer  59

8. Chris O’Brien – Wichita St.  58

8. Adam Brett Walker – Jacksonville  58

10. Peter O’Brien – Bethune-Cookman  57

Chad Zurcher

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE

1. Chad Zurcher – Memphis  .577

2. Tyler Jones – Long Island  .557

2. Tyler Robbins – Dallas Baptist  .557

4. Anthony Rendon – Rice  .552

5. Tanner Waite – New Mexico St.  .545

6. Brad Miller – Clemson  .535

7. Scott Davis – Delaware St.  .532

8. Jarrod Parks – Mississippi St.  .530

9. Tyler McNeely – Illinois St.  .529

10. Frazier Hall – Southern  .523

Jake Lowery

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

1. Jake Lowery – James Madison  .845

2. Daniel Aldrich – College of Charleston  .829

3. C.J. Cron – Utah  .818

4. A.J. Miller – Lafayette  .779

5. Victor Roache – Georgia Southern  .773

6. Andrew Rash – Virginia Tech  .759

7. Trever Adams – Creighton  .755

8. Jason Krizan – Dallas Baptist  .753

9. Frazier Hall – Southern  .739

10. Bo Cuthbertson – Southern Utah  .738

Bryson Myles

STOLEN BASES

1. Bryson Myles – Stephen F. Austin  40

2. Brandon Hollins – Alcorn St.  33

2. Dexter Kelley – Savannah St.  33

4. Ryan Brenner – Miami (OH)  30

4. Brooks Pinckard – Baylor  30

6. Cory Tilton – Charlotte  28

7. Jamodrick McGruder – Texas Tech  27

8. Billy Burns – Mercer  26

Zeke DeVoss – Miami (FL)  26

Travis Jankowski – Stony Brook  26

Jason Krizan

DOUBLES

1. Jason Krizan – Dallas Baptist  30

2. William Karmona – Stony Brook  23

2. Dusty Quattlebaum – Gardner-Webb  23

4. James Brooks – Utah  22

4. C.J. Cron – Utah  22

6. Cody Asche – Nebraska  21

James Beck – Iona  21

Chadd Crist – Cal  21

Chris O’Brien – Wichita St.  21

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Tyler Ray

WINS

1. Taylor Jungmann – Texas  (10-0)

1. Tyler Ray – Troy  (10-0)

3. Grayson Garvin – Vanderbilt (9-1)

Sonny Gray – Vanderbilt (9-2)

Danny Hultzen – Virginia (9-1)

John Neely – Texas Tech (9-0)

Mark Pope – Georgia Tech (9-2)

Will Roberts – Virginia (9-0)

Michael Roth – South Carolina (9-1)

Ross Stripling – Texas A&M (9-2)

Geoffrey Thomas – Southern Mississippi (9-2)

John Taylor

ERA

1. John Taylor – South Carolina  0.82

2. Cody Martin – Gonzaga  0.88

3.. Taylor Jungmann – Texas  0.90

4. Brad Mincey – East Carolina  0.94

5. Matt Murray – Georgia Southern  1.01

6. Danny Hultzen – Virginia  1.19

7. Greg Gonzalez – Fresno St.  1.22

8. Michael Roth – South Carolina  1.24

9. Kyle Winkler – TCU  1.25

10. Mark Pope – Georgia Tech  1.25

Tyler Maloof

SAVES

1. Tyler Maloof – Georgia  15

2. James Allen – Kansas St.  14

Corey Knebel – Texas  14

Bo Reeder – East Tennessee St.  14

5. Branden Kline – Virginia  13

Kyle McMillen – Kent St.  13

Matt Price – South Carolina  13

8.Pat Christensen – LaSalle  12

Todd Hornsby – Jacksonville St.  12

Nick Pepitone – Tulane  12

Tyler Smith – Rider  12

Evan Zerff – Long Island  12

Trevor Bauer

STRIKEOUTS

1. Trevor Bauer – UCLA  142

2. Danny Hultzen – Virginia  112

3. Kurt Heyer – Arizona  97

4. Charlie Lowell – Wichita St.  95

5. Tyler Anderson – Oregon  92

6. Alex Meyer – Kentucky  91

7. Greg Gonzalez – Fresno St.  88

7. Cory Mazzoni – North Carolina St.  88

9. Sean Gilmartin – Florida St.  87

John Stilson – Texas A&M  87

Nick Tropeano – Stony Brook  87

Kyle Winkler – TCU  87

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