CB National Players Of Week 5-10-21

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RHP Walker Powell, Southern Mississippi: Powell fired a 7-inning no-hitter against Rice as he struck out a career-high 12 batters. He only needed 89 pitches to throw the no-no with 60 pitches being strikes. He came close to throwing a perfect game. The only batter to get on base was a leadoff walk to start the second.

RHP Justin Campbell, Oklahoma St.: Campbell became only the third pitcher in the 110-year history of Oklahoma St. baseball to throw a no-hitter during a 19-0 win over Kansas. He struck out 11 and was one walk from throwing a perfect game in the 99-pitch outing.

RHP Austin Vernon, North Carolina Central: Vernon fired an 8-inning no-hitter with 8 strikeouts during a 10-0 win over Delaware St. He also flirted with a perfect game. The only runner he allowed was via a 2-out walk in the top of the seventh.

LHP Nicholas Dombkowski, Hartford: Dombkowski threw a 9-inning no-hitter and struck out 9 during a 4-0 win over Albany.

1B Will Frizzell, Texas A&M: Frizzell belted 5 home runs over 4 games and collected 7 extra-base hits, including 2 doubles, while compiling 11 RBI and scoring 8 runs. His week was highlighted by a walk-off homer in game one against Mississippi and a game-winning grand slam in game three against Ole Miss.

RHP Hunter Stanley, Southern Mississippi: Stanley struck out 16 batters over nine innings in the opener of the Middle Tennessee series and only surrendered two hits and no walks.

2B Andrew Pintar, Brigham Young: Pintar belted 3 home runs, a double and a triple as he collected 8 RBI and scored 7 times as he went 10-for-21 over 4 games. He amassed 19 total bases.

RHP Emmet Sheehan, Boston College: Sheehan struck out 15 Pittsburgh batters over 7 innings of work and didn’t allow a hit until the fifth inning.

C Andy Thomas, Baylor: Thomas hit 3 home runs with 9 RBI and 18 total bases as he went 8-for-11 at the plate as he had multiple hits in all three games against Kansas St.

SS Carter Young, Vanderbilt: Young belted 3 homers, walked 4 times and went 3-for-9 at the plate over 3 games. He has hit a team-high 13 home runs this season.