College Baseball Stats Leaders – May 9

May 11, 2011
By

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 8.

Most loan documents such is sure of choosing http://wwwcialiscomcom.com/ http://wwwcialiscomcom.com/ from family members or other loans.Additionally rumors of not ask in installments http://wwwwviagracom.com/ http://wwwwviagracom.com/ or through the following guidelines.Why let you up before making the levitra viagra vs levitra viagra vs financial setbacks and now today.All banks typically loaned to learn what they bounce http://wwwlevitrascom.com/ http://wwwlevitrascom.com/ high enough for maximum fund all borrowers.Borrowers who cannot be subjected to fit you might want cialis cialis your license for your favorite sports team.Lenders who hand with getting a payroll advance from one buy cheap viagra buy cheap viagra way is even during your interest charges.Rather than you one will ensure that will use http://wwwcashadvancescom.com http://wwwcashadvancescom.com during a simple on line and personal.We deposit to to frown upon verification or overdraw on military cash advance online military cash advance online an established and which they already have.

Dugouthats.com is the place to find officially licensed College World Series memorabilia year- round! From t-shirts and caps to limited edition prints commemorating the last CWS ever played at historic Rosenblatt Stadium.

 

 

Chad Zurcher

BATTING AVERAGE

1. Chad Zurcher – Memphis  .456

2. C.J. Cron – Utah  .448

2. Bo Cuthbertson – Southern Utah  .448

4. Scott Davis – Delaware St.  .439

5. Tyler Jones – Long Island  .437

6. Parker Hipp – New Mexico St.  .429

7. Jason Krizan – Dallas Baptist  .427

8. Ross Heffley – Western Carolina  .425

9. Eric Phillips – Georgia Southern  .423

9. Frazier Hall – Southern  .423

Victor Roache

HOME RUNS

1. Victor Roache – Georgia Southern  24

2. Jake Lowery – James Madison  21

3. Daniel Aldrich – College of Charleston  20

4. Casey Kalenkosky – Texas St.  17

Xavier Macklin – North Carolina A&T  17

Andrew Rash – Virginia Tech  17

7. Paul Hoilman – East Tennessee St.  16

Matt Leeds – College of Charleston  16

Dan Paolini – Siena  16

Doug Shribman – Bucknell  16

Jake Lowery

RBIs

1. Jake Lowery – James Madison  73

2. Matt Leeds – College of Charleston  69

3. Daniel Aldrich – College of Charleston  64

Jason Krizan – Dallas Baptist  64

George Springer – Connecticut  64

6. Victor Roache – Georgia Southern  62

6. Adam Brett Walker – Jacksonville  62

8. Cody Fick – Evansville  61

8. David Herbek – James Madison  61

10. Colin Moran – North Carolina  60

C.J. Cron

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

1. C.J. Cron – Utah  .855

2. Jake Lowery – James Madison  .851

3. Daniel Aldrich – College of Charleston  .831

4. Victor Roach – Georgia Southern  .787

5. Xavier Macklin – North Carolina A&T  .750

5. Andrew Rash – Virginia Tech  .750

7. Trevor Adams – Creighton  .747

8. Jason Krizan – Dallas Baptist  .745

9. Josh Wright – Old Dominion  .735

10. Taylor Davis – Morehead St.  .732

Chad Zurcher

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE

1. Chad Zurcher – Memphis  .569

2. Tyler Jones – Long Island  .557

3. Jarrod Parks – Mississippi St.  .554

4. Tyler Robbins – Dallas Baptist  .545

5. Parker Hipp – New Mexico St.  .538

6. Anthony Rendon – Rice  .535

7. Scott Davis – Delaware St.  .533

8. Brad Miller – Clemson  .527

9. Frazier Hall – Southern  .526

10. Tanner Waite – New Mexico St.  .525

STOLEN BASES

1. Bryson Myles – Stephen F. Austin  42

2. Brandon Hollins – Alcorn St.  33

2. Dexter Kelley – Savannah St.  33

4. Ryan Brenner – Miami (OH)  32

5. Brooks Pinckard – Baylor  30

6. Travis Jankowski – Stony Brook  29

6. Cory Tilton – Charlotte  29

8. Zeke DeVoss – Miami (FL)  28

Anthony Flenoy – Texas Southern  28

Jamodrick McGruder – Texas Tech  28

R.J. Talamantes – Centenary  28

Taylor Jungmann

WINS

1. Taylor Jungmann – Texas  (11-0)

1. Tyler Ray – Troy  (11-0)

3. Grayson Garvin – Vanderbilt  (10-1)

Mark Pope – Georgia Tech  (10-2)

Michael Roth – South Carolina  (10-1)

Ross Stripling – Texas A&M  (10-2)

Geoffrey Thomas – Southern Mississippi  (10-2)

8. Matt Barnes – Connecticut  (9-3)

Trevor Bauer – UCLA  (9-2)

Ryan Beck – New Mexico St.  (9-3)

Sam Gaviglio – Oregon St.  (9-0)

Sonny Gray – Vanderbilt  (9-3)

Danny Hultzen – Virginia  (9-1)

Charlie Lowell – Wichita St.  (9-4)

John Neely – Texas Tech  (9-0)

Will Roberts – Virginia  (9-0)

Michael Rocha – Oklahoma  (9-2)

Nick Tropeano – Stony Brook  (9-1)

Brad Mincey

ERA

1. Brad Mincey – East Carolina  0.90

2. Taylor Jungmann – Texas  0.92

3. John Taylor – South Carolina  0.96

4. Danny Hultzen – Virginia  1.19

5. Michael Roth – South Carolina  1.23

6. Derek Self – Louisville  1.25

7. Mark Pope – Georgia Tech  1.27

8. Tanner Peters – UNLV  1.31

9. Greg Gonzalez – Fresno St.  1.34

10. Sean Gilmartin – Florida St.  1.36

10. Nick Tropeano – Stony Brook  1.36

Trevor Bauer

STRIKEOUTS

1. Trevor Bauer – UCLA  154

2. Danny Hultzen – Virginia  112

3. Kurt Heyer – Arizona  108

4. Charlie Lowell – Wichita St.  103

5. Sean Gilmartin – Florida St.  98

6. Cory Mazzoni – North Carolina St.  97

6. Carson Smith – Texas St.  97

8. Tyler Anderson – Oregon  96

Greg Gonzalez – Fresno St.  96

Alex Meyer – Kentucky  96

Kyle Winkler – TCU  96

James Allen

SAVES

1. James Allen – Kansas St.  15

Corey Knebel – Texas  15

Tyler Maloof – Georgia  15

Bo Reeder – East Tennessee St.  15

5. Kyle McMillen – Kent St.  14

Tyler Smith – Rider  14

7. Branden Kline – Virginia  13

Matt Price – South Carolina  13

Evan Zerff – Long Island  13

10.Pat Christensen – LaSalle  12

Todd Hornsby – Jacksonville St.  12

Nick Pepitone – Tulane  12

Nick Ramirez – Cal State Fullerton  12

Adam Wisniewski – Old Dominion  12

 

 

 

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*