CB National Players Of Week 5-20-19

Collegiate Baseball’s
National Players Of The Week
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1B Grayson Byrd, Clemson: Byrd belted 4 home runs with 10 RBI and 6 runs scored over 4 games as he went 7-for-18 at the plate. He hit a home run in each of the 4 games last week and has hit 10 homers in the last 13 contests.

LHP Seth Lonsway, Ohio St.: Lonsway struck out 14 batters over 8 innings against Purdue during a 6-1 win. He only allowed 2 hits and no earned runs.

OF Stephen Scott, Vanderbilt: Scott belted 4 home runs with 9 runs scored and 8 RBI as he went 8 for 13 at the plate over 4 games.

RHP Ryan Garcia, UCLA: Garcia struck out 13 Washington batters over 8 innings during an 8-3 win over the Huskies. His first 10 outs of the game were via the strikeout. He was just one strikeout off his career high of 14 set against Utah April 26.

1B Andrew Daschbach, Stanford: Daschbach became the first Stanford hitter to belt 4 home runs in one game, leading the Cardinal to a 7-1 win over Cal Poly. He homered off 4 different pitchers. Eleven of his home runs this season have come during a 16-game span. Over 3 games last week, he was 7-for-13 with 4 home runs, 2 triples, 6 runs scored and 6 RBI.

RHP Karan Patel, Texas-San Antonio: Patal struck out a career-high 13 batters over 8 innings during a 4-3 win over Charlotte. He has fanned 102 hitters this season, becoming the first hurler in school history to reach the 100-strikeout plateau.

OF Matt Wallner, Southern Mississippi: Wallner hit 4 home runs with 7 RBI over 4 games as he went 8-for-14 at the plate. He also hit 2 doubles, scored 7 runs and walked 4 times.