CB National Players Of Week 5-24-21

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RHP Austin Love, North Carolina: Love struck out a career-high 15 batters during a 7-4 win over Georgia Tech with a 9-inning complete game. He didn’t walk a batter

C Hunter Goodman, Memphis: Goodman hit 4 homers over 4 games which included a grand slam as he collected 7 RBI, scored 4 runs and accounted for 17 total bases as he went 5-for-15.

RHP Jimmy Borzone, Dixie St.: Borzone recorded 14 strikeouts over seven innings against Northern Colorado.

LHP Cooper Hjerpe, Oregon St.: Hjerpe limited hard-hitting Arizona to just two hits and a run as he struck out a career-high 11 as he picked up the win against the Wildcats.

CF Billy Cook, Pepperdine: Cook belted 3 home runs during a 14-7 loss to Brigham Young. During the 3-game series, he was 6-for-12 with 5 RBI and 6 runs scored.

RHP Winston Cannon, Tennessee-Martin: Cannon fanned a career-high 11 Southeast Missouri batters over 5 2/3 innings and became the first Skyhawk to pile up at least 11 strikeouts since the 2017 season.

CF Mitch McIntyre, Brigham Young: McIntyre hit 3 home runs as he went 9-for-19 at the plate with a double and 6 walks as he posted an on-base percentage of .682. He also scored 9 runs and collected 5 RBI while posting 19 total bases.

RHP Will Warren, Southeastern Louisiana: Warren held Houston Baptist to a pair of singles over eight innings and struck out 11 batters. It marked the fourth time Warren had recorded double-digit strikeouts this season.

LF Cody Littlejohn, Tennessee Tech.: Littlejohn went 10-for-18 at the plate with 3 homers, 2 doubles, a triple, 7 runs scored and 8 RBI over four games last week.

RHP Kumar Rocker, Vanderbilt: Rocker struck out 11 Kentucky batters over 7 innings and only allowed 3 hits and 2 walks.

1B Bailey Peterson, Michigan St.: Peterson hit 3 home runs and one double as he went 6-for-14 at the plate in three games with 8 RBI.

LHP Patrick Wicklander, Arkansas: Wicklander fanned 11 batters over 6 innings of work during a 6-1 win over Florida. He only allowed 3 hits and walked 1.

SS Michael Turconi, Wake Forest: Turconi went 8-for-17 with 3 homers, 1 double and 7 RBI over 4 games. He also scored 6 runs.