College Baseball Stats Leaders – NCAA Tourney Edition

June 2, 2011
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A Look At NCAA Participants…

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Throughout the season we have posted a weekly look at the national stats leaders in key categories. With the NCAA Tournament about to begin we thought we would take a look at where participants who are in the field of 64 rank among the nation’s top 50. We have included the national leader in each category, whether he is in the tournament or not.

Team national leaders are also included in select offensive and pitching categories.

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Jason Krizan

BATTING AVERAGE

National Leader: Chad Zurcher – Memphis  .443

5. Jason Krizan – Dallas Baptist  .431

8. Brad Miller – Clemson  .419

11. Adam Brett Walker – Jacksonville  .416

13. Jake Hibbard – Wright State  .412

18. Joe Panik – St. John’s  .402

21. Eric Phillips – Georgia Southern  .398

26. Trever Adams – Creighton  .392

28. Tommy LaStella – Coastal Carolina  .391

35. Jarrod Parks – Mississippi State  .383

42. J.J. Edwards – Sacred Heart  .380

44. Tyler Naquin – Texas A&M  .379

Victor Roache

HOME RUNS

1. Victor Roache – Georgia Southern  30

2. Jake Lowery – James Madison  22

6. Casey Kalenkosky – Texas State  21

8. Jake Griffin – Central Florida  18

11. Dusty Robinson – Fresno State  16

16. David Herbek – James Madison  15

16. Mike Zunino – Florida  15

26. Trever Adams – Creighton  14

26. Mike Martinez – Florida International  14

26. Travis Shaw – Kent State  14

32. D.J. Hicks – Central Florida  13

32. John Hogan – Austin Peay  13

32. Zach Johnson – Oklahoma State  13

32. Peter O’Brien – Bethune-Cookman  13

32. Adam Brett Walker – Jacksonville  13

32. Aaron Westlake – Vanderbilt  13

32. Zach Wright – East Carolina  13

45. Daniel Bowman – Coastal Carolina  12

45. Tim Egerton – Belmont  12

Jake Lowery

RBIs

1. Jake Lowery – James Madison  83

1. Victor Roache – Georgia Southern  83

4. Jason Krizan – Dallas Baptist  76

6. David Herbek – James Madison  74

6. George Springer – Connecticut  74

10. Adam Brett Walker – Jacksonville  71

13. Casey Kalenkosky – Texas State  69

14. Colin Moran – North Carolina  68

14. Peter O’Brien – Bethune-Cookman  68

20. Adam Bryant – Troy  66

22. Tommy LaStella – Coastal Carolina  63

24. Garrett Buechelle – Oklahoma  62

24. Ben Carhart – Stetson  62

24. D.J. Hicks – Central Florida  62

24. John Hogan – Austin Peay  62

24. Zach Johnson – Oklahoma State  62

24. James Ramsey – Florida State  62

30. Kyle Kubitza – Texas State  61

30. Nate Woods – Belmont  61

34. Nick Rickles – Stetson  60

40. Mike Martinez – Florida International  59

40. Mike Zunino – Florida  59

47. Jeremy Baltz – St. John’s  58

Justin Roland

SAC BUNTS

1. Justin Roland – Charlotte  22

4. Nick Judkins – Creighton  21

4. Keith Werman – Virginia  21

7. Brock Bennett – Alabama  20

7. Ben Morgan – Georgia Southern  20

10. Hayes Orton – Coastal Carolina  18

14. Krey Bratsen – Texas A&M  17

23. Marcus Semien – Cal  15

34. J.J. Edwards – Sacred Heart  14

34. Justin Kopale – Wright State  14

44. Steve Dalporo – Baylor  13

44. Mike Genovese – Seton Hall  13

44. Brennan Gowans – Fresno State  13

44. Mark Paytono – Texas  13

44. Alejandro Sanchez – Bethune-Cookman  13

Brandon Hollins

STOLEN BASES

National Leader: Bryson Myles – Stephen F. Austin  53

3. Brandon Hollins – Alcorn State  37

5. Zeke DeVoss – Miami (FL)  32

5. Shawn Payne – Georgia Southern  32

5. Brooks Pinckard – Baylor  32

9. George Springer – UConn  31

9. Cory Tilton – Charlotte  31

12. Scott Woodward – Coastal Carolina  30

23. Michael Blanchard – Austin Peay  28

23. Jeff Simpson – Stetson  28

36. Krey Bratsen – Texas A&M  26

36. Derek Hamblin – Belmont  26

36. Zack MacPhee – Arizona State  26

42. Nick Vickerson – Mississippi State  25

50. Johnny Bladel – James Madison  24

50. Nick Martini – Kansas State  24

50. Bryce Ortega – Arizona  24

50. Taylor Ratliff – Jacksonville  24

50. Justin Wilson – Charlotte  24

Trevor Bauer

STRIKEOUTS

1. Trevor Bauer – UCLA  189

2. Danny Hultzen – Virginia  136

3. Kurt Heyer – Arizona  127

4. Cory Mazzoni – North Carolina State  125

5. Carson Smith – Texas State  124

7. Greg Gonzelez – Fresno State  121

9. Jonas Dufek – Creighton  118

10. Sean Gilmartin – Florida State  116

10. Taylor Jungmann – Texas  116

13. David Starn – Kent State  114

15. Sonny Gray – Vanderbilt  112

18. Gerrit Cole – UCLA  108

18. Anthony Meo – Coastal Carolina  108

22. Chris Beck – Georgia Southern  106

23. Matt Barnes – UConn  105

23. Kyle Hansen – St. John’s  105

29. Michael Wacha – Texas A&M  104

29. Tyler Wilson – Virginia  104

32. Jed Bradley – Georgia Tech  102

32. Sam Gaviglio – Oregon State  102

32. Patrick Johnson – North Carolina  102

35. Alex Gonzalez – Oral Roberts  99

35. Tyler Pill – Cal State Fullerton  99

37. Kyle Winkler – TCU  98

39. Andrew Chafin – Kent State  97

39. Buck Farmer – Georgia Tech  97

48. Ross Stripling – Texas A&M  94

Tyler Maloof

SAVES

1. Tyler Maloof – Georgia  18

3. Kyle McMillen – Kent State  17

3. Branden Kline – Virginia  17

3. James Allen – Kansas State  17

7. Nick Ramirez – Cal State Fullerton  16

7. Corey Knebel – Texas  16

9. Matt Price – South Carolina  15

14. Daniel Miranda – Miami (FL)  14

14. Daniel Bennett – Florida State  14

18. Kevin Vance – UConn  13

18. Kurt Spomer – Creighton  13

25. Charlie Roberton – Fresno State  12

25. Brian Hernandez – UC Irvine  12

25. Chris Haney – Dallas Baptist  12

25. Tony Cingrani – Rice  12

37. Caleb Reed – Mississippi State  11

37. Navery Moore – Vanderbilt  11

37. Chris Anderson – Jacksonville  11

42. Tony Bryant – Oregon State  10

42. Jonathon Smart – Alabama  10

Taylor Jungmann

ERA

National Leader: Cody Martin – Gonzaga  0.86

2. Taylor Jungmann – Texas 0.95

3. Michael Roth – South Carolina  1.17

4. Matt Barnes – UConn  1.20

5. Trevor Bauer – UCLA  1.27

6. Kyle Winkler – TCU  1.40

7. Greg Gonzalez – Fresno State  1.43

9. Sean Gilmartin – Florida State  1.52

10. Brad Mincey – East Carolina  1.55

11. Danny Hultzen – Virginia  1.59

13. John Stilson – Texas A&M  1.68

14. Joe DiRocco – Seton Hall  1.68

15. Sam Stafford – Texas 1.70

17. Matt Summers – UC Irvine  1.74

17. Noe Ramirez – Cal State Fullerton  1.74

19. D.J. Baxendale – Arkansas  1.75

20. Mark Pope – Georgia Tech  1.77

21. Will Roberts – Virginia  1.78

21. Matt Rein – Coastal Carolina  1.78

23. Michael Rocha – Oklahoma  1.79

26. Andrew Smith – Charlotte  1.85

28. Seth Manness – East Carolina  1.88

29. Andrew Chafin – Kent State 1.91

32. Sam Gaviglio – Oregon State  1.95

32. David Starn – Kent State  1.95

34. Tyler Barnette – Charlotte  1.96

34. Drew Bowen – Oral Roberts  1.96

37. Carson Smith – Texas State  1.98

39. Scott Garner – Bethune-Cookman  2.07

42. Erik Johnson – Cal 2.08

42. Tyler Pill – Cal State Fullerton 2.08

44. Dillon Overton – Oklahoma  2.10

45. John Prosinski – Seton Hall  2.11

46. David Haseldon – Clemson  2.12

46. Sonny Gray – Vanderbilt  2.12

48. Matt Whitehouse – UC Irvine  2.14

49. Adam Plutko – UCLA  2.16

50. Jonas Dufek – Creighton  2.17

TEAM BATTING AVERAGE

National Leader: New Mexico State  .337

2. Wright State .329

3. Arizona .322

4. James Madison .321

6. Clemson .319

6. Florida International .319

9. Vanderbilt .318

10. Oklahoma .316

10. Dallas Baptist .316

16. Jacksonville .313

18. Sacred Heart .311

22. TCU .308

26. Austin Peay .306

26. Florida .306

26. UConn .306

31. Central Florida .305

33. Georgia Tech .304

35. Virginia .303

35. Arizona State .303

38. Southern Mississippi .302

38. Charlotte .302

TEAM SAC BUNTS

1. Texas 89

5. Creighton 80

7. Coastal Carolina 77

9. Cal State Fullerton 75

17. Wright State 69

17. Texas A&M 69

19. Seton Hall 66

20. Miami (FL) 65

22. Oklahoma 64

25. UCLA 63

28. Kansas State 62

29. Rice 61

31. Charlotte 60

31. Sacred Heart 60

35. Georgia Southern 59

35. Southern Mississippi 59

49. Fresno State 56

49. Oral Roberts 56

49. Texas State 56

49. South Carolina 56

TEAM HOME RUNS

National Leader: East Tennessee State 86

4. James Madison 78

5. Belmont 62

6. Dallas Baptist 60

8. Florida International 59

9. Texas State 58

11. Central Florida 55

13. Florida State 54

13. Georgia Southern 54

13. Florida 54

16. Bethune-Cookman 53

17. Fresno State 50

19. TCU 49

23. Oklahoma State 48

24. Jacksonville 47

24. Coastal Carolina 47

28. Austin Peay 45

34. Clemson 43

34. Troy 43

41. Georgia Tech 41

41. Oklahoma 41

41. Oral Roberts 41

TEAM ERA

1. Texas 2.25

2. Virginia 2.34

3. Charlotte 2.43

4. UCLA 2.45

5. Vanderbilt 2.49

6. Kent State 2.56

7. East Carolina 2.58

8. Seton Hall 2.61

9. South Carolina 2.66

10. Texas A&M 2.68

11. Georgia Tech 2.84

11. Fresno State 2.84

13. Cal State Fullerton 2.85

13. Cal 2.85

13. Coastal Carolina 2.85

16. UConn 2.87

18. UC Irvine 2.97

20. Oklahoma 2.99

20. Florida 2.99

22. Oregon State 3.00

25. Clemson 3.12

26. TCU 3.16

27. Arkansas 3.18

29. Rice 3.21

31. Arizona State 3.27

33. Miami (FL) 3.28

40. North Carolina 3.38

41. Oral Roberts 3.39

41. Creighton 3.39

45. Southern Mississippi3.45

47. Stanford 3.50

49. Florida State 3.58

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