College Baseball Stats Leaders – May 16

May 18, 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 15.

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Chad Zurcher

BATTING AVERAGE

1. Chad Zurcher – Memphis  .454

2. Bo Cuthbertson – Southern Utah  .441

2. Effrey Valdez – New York Tech  .441

4. Scot Davis – Delaware St.  .439

5. C.J. Cron – Utah  .438

6. Brad Miller – Clemson  .435

7. Tyler Jones – Long Island  .434

7. Jason Krizan – Dallas Baptist  .434

9. Frazier Hall – Southern  .423

10. Ross Hefley – Western Carolina  .423

Victor Roache

HOME RUNS

1. Victor Roache – Georgia Southern  25

2. Jake Lowery – James Madison  22

2. Xavier Macklin – North Carolina A&T  22

4. Daniel Aldrich – College of Charleston  21

5. Paul Hoilman – East Tennessee St.  19

6. Casey Kalenkosky – Texas St.  18

7. Dan Paolini – Siena  17

7. Andrew Rash – Virginia Tech  17

9. Matt Leeds – College of Charleston  16

9. Doug Shribman – Bucknell  16

Jake Lowery

RBIs

1. Jake Lowery – James Madison  81

2. Jason Krizan – Dallas Baptist  74

3. Andy Chriscaden – Kennesaw St.  70

3. Matt Leeds – College of Charleston  70

5. George Springer – Connecticut  69

6. Daniel Aldrich – College of Charleston  68

Cody Fick – Evansville  68

Jacob Tanis – Mercer  68

9. Victor Roache – Georgia Southern  67

10. David Herbek – James Madison  66

Xavier Macklin – North Carolina A&T  66

Chad Zurcher

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE

1. Chad Zurcher – Memphis  .564

2. Tyler Jones – Long Island  .554

3. Jarrod Parks – Mississippi St.  .538

4. Brad Miller – Clemson  .534

5.Scott Davis – Delaware St.  .533

5. Tyler Robbins – Dallas Baptist  .533

7. Anthony Rendon – Rice  .530

8. Effrey Valdez – New York Tech  .527

9. Frazier Hall – Southern  .526

10. Parker Hipp – New Mexico St.  .518

Jake Lowery

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

1. Jake Lowery – James Madison  .851

2. C.J. Cron – Utah  .824

3. Xavier Macklin – North Carolina A&T  .814

4. Daniel Aldrich – College of Charleston  .810

5. Victor Roache – Georgia Southern  .800

6. Jason Krizan – Dallas Baptist  .759

7. Effrey Valdez – New York Tech  .757

8. David Herbek – James Madison  .721

9. Taylor Davis – Morehead St.  .719

10. Frazier Hall – Southern  .718

Jake Lowery

RUNS

1. Jake Lowery – James Madison  70

1. Tyler Robbins – Dallas Baptist  70

3. Landon Anderson – Dallas Baptist  64

3. Jace Peterson – McNeese St.  64

5. Tyler Grimes – Wichita St.  61

Jason Krizan – Dallas Baptist  61

Bryson Myles – Stephen F. Austin  61

Adam Brett Walker – Jacksonville St.  61

9. Billy Burns – Mercer  60

Dexter Kelley – Savannah St.  60

Bryson Myles

STOLEN BASES

1. Bryson Myles – Stephen F. Austin  45

2. Dexter Kelley – Savannah St.  39

3. Brandon Hollins – Alcorn St.  33

4. Ryan Brenner – Miami (OH)  32

5. Brooks Pinckard – Baylor  30

5. Cory Tilton – Charlotte  30

7. Aaron Barbosa – Northeastern  29

Anthony Flenoy – Texas Southern  29

Travis Jankowski – Stony Brook  29

RJ Talamantes – Centenary  29

Jason Krizan

DOUBLES

1. Jason Krizan – Dallas Baptist  37

2. D.J. Peterson – New Mexico  27

3. William Carmona – Stony Brook  25

3. Tyler Hannah – Troy  25

5. C.J. Cron – Utah  24

6. Cody Asche – Nebraska  23

James Beck – Iona  23

Adam Bryant – Troy  23

Austin Heaps – Utah Valley  23

Steve Nikorak – Temple  23

Chris O’Brien – Wichita St.  23

Lee Orr – McNeese St.  23

Dusty Quattlebaum – Gardner-Webb  23

Jeremy Schaffer – Tulane  23

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Grayson Garvin

WINS

1. Grayson Garvin – Vanderbilt  (11-1)

Taylor Jungman – Texas  (11-0)

Tyler Ray – Troy  (11-0)

Ross Stripling – Texas A&M  (11-2)

5. Matt Barnes – Connecticut  (10-3)

Trevor Bauer – UCLA  (10-2)

Sam Gaviglio – Oregon St.  (10-1)

Mark Pope – Georgia Tech  (10-3)

Will Roberts – Virginia  (10-0)

Michael Rocha – Oklahoma  (10-2)

Michael Roth – South Carolina  (10-2)

Geoffrey Thomas – Southern Mississippi  (10-2)

Nick Tropeano – Stony Brook  (10-1)

Trevor Bauer

STRIKEOUTS

1. Trevor Bauer – UCLA  167

2. Danny Hultzen – Virginia  121

3. Kurt Heyer – Arizona  112

3. Charlie Lowell – Wichita St.  112

5. Sean Gilmartin – Florida St.  107

6. Greg Gonzalez – Fresno St.  106

6. Carson Smith – Texas St.  106

8. Cory Mazzoni – North Carolina St.  105

9. Tyler Anderson – Oregon  103

10. Alex Meyer – Kentucky  101

10. Nick Tropeano – Stony Brook  101

Brad Mincey

ERA

1. Brad Mincey – East Carolina  0.85

2. Taylor Jungmann – Texas  0.86

3. Sean Gilmartin – Florida St.  1.25

4. Matt Barnes – Connecticut  1.27

5. Tanner Peters – UNLV  1.29

6. Michael Roth – South Carolina  1.35

7. Trevor Bauer – UCLA  1.39

8. Kurt Schluter – Stetson  1.40

9. Danny Hultzen – Virginia  1.41

9. Matt Rein – Coastal Carolina  1.41

Tyler Maloof

SAVES

1. Tyler Maloof – Georgia  16

1. Bo Reeder – East Tennessee St.  16

3. James Allen – Kansas St.  15

Branden Kline – Virginia  15

Corey Kneble – Texas  15

Kyle McMillen – Kent St.  15

7. Nick Pepitone – Tulane  14

Nick Ramirez – Cal State Fullerton  14

Tyler Smith – Rider  14

Abram Williams – Radford  14

 

 

 

 

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