Final 2012 College Baseball Stats Leaders

June 28, 2012
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Stony Brook's Travis Jankowski led all D1 players with seven triples in 2012.

Throughout the season we have provided a weekly top 10 leaderboard in select Division One college baseball statistical categories. We have expanded our leaderboard for the final look at the 2012 season to include the top 20 players in the select offensive and pitching categories listed below.

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Raph Rhymes

BATTING AVERAGE

Raph Rhymes – LSU .431
Danny Poma – Hofstra .430
Albert Carpen – Chicago St. .426
Michael Felton – Campbell .424
D.J. Peterson – New Mexico .419
Goose Kallunki – Utah Valley .419
Roger Bernal – UT Pan American .414
Travis Jankowski – Stony Brook .414
Thomas Brown – Grambling .410
Trenton Moses – Southeast Missouri St. .408
Daniel Bowman – Coastal Carolina .401
Jake Carlson – Dartmouth .397
Billy Burgess – Utah Valley .396
Matt Monchel – Miami (OH) .395
William Carmona – Stony Brook .395
Andrew Deeds – Morehead St. .394
Ryoce Bolinger – Gonzaga .392
Adam t. McClain – Memphis .392
Patrick Kivlehan – Rutgers .392
Mike Garza – Georgetown .391

Goose Kallunki

RBIs

Goose Kallunki – Utah Valley 86
D.J. Peterson – New Mexico 78
Michael Conforto – Oregon St. 76
William Carmona – Stony Brook 73
Jake Davies – Georgia Tech 73
D.J. Hicks – Central Florida 72
Joel Hutter – Dallas Baptist 72
Josh Ludy – Baylor 71
Preston Beck – UT Arlington 70
Greg Bachman – Austin Peay 67
Mike Zunino – Florida 67
Jared Hammer – Hofstra 66
Jordan Hankins – Austin Peay 66
Daniel Kassouf – Appalachian St. 66
Robert Refsnyder – Arizona 66
George Roberts – Kent St. 66
Rich Witten – Coastal Carolina 66
Billy Burgess – Utah Valley 65
Stewart Ijames – Louisville 65
Brandon Miller – Samford 65

Brandon Miller

HOME RUNS

Brandon Miller – Samford 23
Chis Cowell – Richmond 20
Matthew Scruggs – East Tennessee St. 20
Trenton Moses – Southeast Missouri St. 19
Mike Zunino – Florida 19
Sean Bignall – Arkansas Little Rock 18
Goose Kallunki – Utah Valley 18
Zach Stephens – Tennessee Tech 18
Ben Waldrip – Jacksonville St. 18
Daniel Kassouf – Appalachian St. 17
Ryan Matthews – North Carolina St. 17
D.J. Peterson – New Mexico 17
Mac Williamson – Wake Forest 17
Jacob Wilson – Memphis 17
Greg Bachman – Austin Peay 16
Nick Backlund – Mercer 16
Josh Ludy – Baylor 16
Tyler Molinaro – UNC Wilmington 16
Dylan Pratt – East Tennessee St. 16
Ben Thoma – Eastern Illinois 16
Preston Tucker – Florida 16

Trenton Moses

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

Trenton Moses – Southeast Missouri St. .761
D.J. Peterson – New Mexico .734
Goose Kallunki – Utah Valley .734
Sean Bignall – Arkansas Little Rock .696
Zach Stephens – Tennessee Tech .696
Patrick Kivlehan – Rutgers .693
William Carmona – Stony Brook .691
Richie Rodriguez – Eastern Kentucky .689
Ryan McCauley – Niagara .676
Kris Bryant – San Diego .671
Mike Zunino – Florida .669
Nick Backlund – Mercer .668
Chris Serritella – Southern Illinois .667
Robby Newman – Longwood .663
Ben Waldrip – Jacksonville St. .660
Greg Zebrack – Penn .657
Danny Poma – Hofstra .654
James Ramsey – Florida St. .652
Brandon Miller – Samford .650
Boomer Collins – Dallas Baptist .647

Trenton Moses

ON BASE PERCENTAGE

Trenton Moses – Southeast Missouri St. .531
Albert Carpen – Chicago St. .522
James Ramsey – Florida St. .513
Jamodrick McGruder – Texas Tech .500
Danny Poma – Hofstra .500
Billy Burgess – Utah Valley .491
D.J. Peterson – New Mexico .490
Ryan Kresky – Fairleigh Dickinson .489
Mike McQuilan – Iowa .489
Raph Rhymes – LSU .489
Mike Martinez – Florida International .488
Parker Hipp – New Mexico St. .488
Forrestt Allday – Central Arkansas .486
Juluis Green – Savannah St. .483
Michael Sterling – Southern Mississippi .483
Kris Bryant – San Diego .483
Jake Rickenback – Utah Valley .483
Marty Gantt – College of Charleston .483
Zac Mitchell – Belmont .482
Wade Hinkle – Kansas St. .482
Adam Frazer – Mississippi St. .482

Danny Poma

DOUBLES

Danny Poma – Hofstra 32
Jimmy Rider – Kent St. 30
Mike Zunino – Florida 28
Mitchell Garver – New Mexico 27
William Carmona – Stony Brook 26
Bill Cullen – Virginia Commonwealth 25
Chris Diaz – North Carolina St. 25
Eric Phillips – Georgia Southern 24
George Roberts – Kent St.  24
Chris Serritella – Southern Illinois 24
Jacob Stallings – North Carolina 24
Devon Travis – Florida St. 24
Logan Vick – Baylor 24
Stephen Bruno – Virginia 23
Jeff Cammans – Rhode Island 23
Boomer Collins – Dallas Baptist 23
Matt Frazer – West Virginia 23
Spiker Helms – Missouri St. 23

Travis Jankowski

TRIPLES

Travis Jankowski – Stony Brook 11
Jake Arrington – Sam Houston St. 10
Nathan Burns – Florida International 9
Tim Colwell – North Dakota St. 9
Bill Cullen – Virginia Commonwealth 9
Nolan Gaige – Albany 9
Jake Gonzalez – Houston Baptist 9
Josh Melendez – New Mexico 9
Brett Vertigan – UC Santa Barbara 9
Thomas Brittle – Clemson 8
Austin Elkins – Dallas Baptist 8
Derek Fisher – Virginia 8
Tony Kemp – Vanderbilt 8
Jamodrick McGruder – Texas Tech 8
Adrian Schenk – Northern Colorado 8
Casey Selsor – UT San Antonio 8
Ty Wiesemeyer – Illinois St. 8
16 others tied with 7

Nick Petree

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Nick Petree – Missouri St. 1.01
David Berg – UCLA 1.46
Marco Gonzales – Gonzaga 1.55
Carlos Rodon – North Carolina St. 1.57
Aaron Burke – Coastal Carolina 1.58
Andrew Heaney – Oklahoma St. 1.60
Joe Popielarczyk – Umass 1.66
Matt Davenport – William & Mary 1.73
Joe Spring – Oral Roberts 1.78
Alex Cruz – Georgia Tech 1.83
Blake Mascarello – Purdue 1.86
Cory Kent – Lehigh 1.88
Andy Smithmyer – East Carolina 1.92
Benton Moss – North Carolina 1.94
Drew Bowen – Oral Roberts 1.95
Kent Emanual – North Carolina 1.96
Josh Turley – Baylor 1.96
Andrew Pierce – Southern Mississippi 1.99
Kyle Kraus – Portland 2.03
Andrew Vasquez – UC Santa Barbara 2.03

Andrew Heaney

STRIKEOUTS

Andrew Heaney – Oklahoma St. 140
Marcus Stroman – Duke 136
Kevin Gausman – LSU 135
Carlos Rodon – North Carolina St. 135
Mark Appel – Stanford 130
David Starn – Kent St. 127
Chris Stratton – Mississippi St. 127
Dillon Overton – Oklahoma 126
Ross Stripling – Texas A&M 120
Travis Ballew – Texas St. 119
Pierce Johnson – Missouri St. 119
Michael Wacha – Texas A&M 116
Chris Beck – Georgia Southern 115
Buck Farmer – Georgia Tech 115
Sean Manaea – Indiana St. 115
Nick Petree – Missouri St. 114
Joe Bircher – Bradley 113
Kurt Heyer – Arizona 113
Matthew Vedo – UC Santa Barbara 112
Dan Langfield – Memphis  111
Randy Zeigler – Louisiana Monroe 111

Kurt Heyer

WINS

Kurt Heyer – Arizona  13-2
Mike Compton – Florida St.  12-2
Lance Day – UT Arlington  12-4
Kevin Gausman – LSU  12-2
Tyler Johnson – Stony Brook  12-2
Josh Martin – Samford  12-2
Adam Plutko – UCLA  12-3
Trevor Williams – Arizona St.  12-2
Ryan Arrowood – Appalachian St.  11-0
Travis Ballew – Texas St.  11-4
Trent Blank – Baylor 11-1
Quintavious Drains – Jackson St.  11-4
Joe Haase – Purdue  11-1
Alex Keudell – Oregon  11-5
Chris Rowley – Army  11-1
Taylor Sewitt – Manhattan  11-2
Tyler Skulina – Kent St.  11-3
David Starn – Kent St.  11-4
Chris Stratton – Mississippi St.  11-2
Michael Trionfo – Towson  11-3
Konner Wade – Arizona  11-3

SAVES

Stefan Lopez – Southeastern Louisiana 20
Michael Wagner – San Diego 19
Jimmie Sherfy – Oregon 19
Michael Morin – North Carolina 19
Robbie Powell – Stetson 18
Michael Lorenzen – Cal State Fullerton 16
Nathan Hyatt – Appalachian St. 16
Owen Jones – Portland 16
Robert Benincasa – Florida St. 16
Scott Griggs – UCLA 15
Chris O’Grady – George Mason 14
Matt Gardner – Nevada 13
Matt Duncan – Morehead St. 13
Michael Gomez – Florida International 13
Matt Price – South Carolina 13
Joe Rogers – Central Central 13
Dan Slania – Notre Dame 13

12 Others are tied with 12

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