CB National Players Of Week 5-8-23

Collegiate Baseball’s
National Players Of The Week
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RHP Brad Camarda, Hofstra: Camarda fired the third no-hitter in school history during a 7-1 win over Monmouth. He struck out 8 batters and only needed 97 pitches in the 9-inning contest.

RHP Paul Skenes, Louisiana St.: Skenes fanned a career-high 15 Auburn batters over 7 1/3 innings. He became the first LSU pitcher to record 15 strikeouts in a game since Tyler Jones mowed down 15 against New Orleans during the 2011 season.

CF Nathan Humphreys, Dallas Baptist: Humphreys hit 5 home runs with 10 RBI over 4 games as he went 10-for-18. He belted 3 of them in a game against Middle Tennessee.

1B Drake Westcott, Illinois: Westcott hit 5 home runs with 10 RBI during a weekend series against Michigan St. as he collected 10 RBI and 8 runs. He went 8-for-15.

3B Luke Mann, Missouri: Mann belted 5 home runs with 12 RBI and 7 runs scored as he went 9-for-15 over 4 games.

1B Cameron Sisneros, East Tennessee St.: Sisneros hit 5 home runs with a double, 7 RBI and 8 runs scored as he went 7-for-14 over 4 games.

RHP Zack Lee, Kentucky: Lee struck out a career-high 12 South Carolina batters over 6 1/3 innings during a 9-2 win.

1B Peyton McDowall, Science & Arts: McDowall belted 4 home runs with a double in 1 game against Southwestern Christian as he collected 8 RBI with 4 runs scored in going 5-for-7. His biggest home run was a 2-run walk-off homer in the bottom of the ninth.

RHP Lebarron Johnson, Jr, Texas: Johnson struck out a career-high 12 batters in 7 innings against Kansas during a 6-2 win

OF Stephen Reid, Georgia Tech.: Reid hit 4 home runs with 10 RBI over 3 games against Pittsburgh as he scored 7 runs and went 9-for-14.

RHP Gage Ziehl, Miami (Fla.): Ziehl struck out 12 Presbyterian batters over 8 innings and only surrendered 4 hits and no runs.

LF Nolan Schubart, Oklahoma St.: Schubart tied an Oklahoma St. record for home runs and RBI in a game during a 20-7 win over Est Tennessee St. He went 3-for-3 with 3 home runs, including 2 grand slams, as he collected 10 RBI.

RHP Dakota Hawkins, Washington St.: Hawkins struck out a career-high 12 Washington batters over 6 2/3 innings during a 2-1 win. It tied for the fourth highest strikeout total by a Cougar pitcher in history.

1B Jack Wagner, Tarleton St.: Wagner belted 4 home runs with 11 RBI and 5 runs scored.