March 10, 2010 National Players of the Week


National Player

Raynor Campbell (Katy, Texas)

Baylor senior infielder


Campbell went 12 for 24 (.500) in six games with three doubles, four home runs and 17 RBI. He had at least one hit and one RBI in each game. In the final three contests of the four-game set with Oral Roberts, Campbell went 6 for 9 in the clean-up spot with three homers, 10 RBI and two steals to lead the Bears to three victories.



National Pitcher

Jeremy Erben (New Braunsfels, Texas)

Oklahoma senior right-hander


Erben recorded three wins in four relief appearances. He did not allow a run in six innings with four hits, one walk and eight strikeouts. Erben earned wins over USF on Thursday (2.0 IP, 2 H, 3 K), USF again on Saturday (1.0 IP, 0 H, 1 K) and Stephen F. Austin on Sunday (2.0 IP, 1 H, 1 BB, 2 K) to raise his record to 5-0.



Regional Players of the Week


Northeast Player

Mark Micowski (Haddam, Conn.)

Georgia State junior outfielder


Micowski went 14 for 22 (.636) as the Panthers posted a 4-1 mark. The Vermont transfer had five doubles, one triple, two homers, 14 runs, 10 RBI and two steals. Micowski hit for the cycle on Friday against NC Central, going 7 for 8 with four runs and seven RBI. He set school records with seven hits and eight at-bats.



Northeast Pitcher

Billy Barber (Fredericksburg, Va.)

Richmond junior right-hander


Barber registered two wins in a pair of relief appearances, allowing three hits and no runs in 5.2 innings with six strikeouts and one walk. He fanned five in three innings against George Mason. He also drove in the go-ahead run in the seventh against the Patriots. Barber pitched the final 2.2 innings Sunday against Lafayette.



Southeast Player

Nick DelGuidice (Miami, Fla.)

Florida Atlantic junior shortstop


DelGuidice batted .727 (8 for 11) with two home runs, 13 RBI and six runs as the Owls won their weekend series against Boston College. He broke the school record with nine RBI in Saturday’s 15-6 win, going 4 for 4 with one double and two homers. DelGuidice also scored three and added a sacrifice fly.


Southeast Pitcher 

Jason Sullivan (Shelbyville, Ill.)

Western Carolina senior right-hander


Sullivan pitched his first career complete game on Friday in a 1-0 win for the Catamounts over West Virginia in the Keith LeClair Classic in Greenville, N.C. Sullivan allowed three hits, only one for extra bases, in nine innings. He walked one and struck out eight in raising his record to 3-0.



Central Player

Christian Overstreet (Nixa, Mo.)

Missouri State senior outfielder


Overstreet went 8 for 11 (.727) in four games for the Bears with two doubles, two homers, seven runs and six RBI. He posted a slugging percentage of 1.455. Overstreet drew five walks and was hit by one pitch, reaching base 14 times in 17 plate appearances. On Sunday, he went 3 for 4 with a homer, two runs and four RBI.



Central Pitcher

Michael Goodnight (Houston, Texas)

Houston sophomore right-hander


Goodnight pitched the Cougars to victory over nationally-ranked Texas on Saturday in the Houston College Classic at Minute Maid Park. Goodnight tossed seven scoreless innings with two hits and nine strikeouts, one away from his career high, as Houston edged the Longhorns 1-0. Goodnight raised his record to 2-1.



West Player

Wade Reynoso (Redwood City, Calif.)

New Mexico State senior third baseman


Reynoso batted .522 (12 for 23) in six games for the Aggies with two doubles, three homers, 11 runs, 16 RBI and four walks. He posted a slugging percentage of 1.000 as NMSU went 4-2. Reynoso recorded season highs with six at-bats, four hits and six RBI in a 17-8 victory over New Mexico on Wednesday.


West Pitcher

Noe Ramirez (East Los Angeles, Calif.)

Cal State Fullerton sophomore right-hander


Ramirez pitched the first complete game of his career Saturday in a 6-1 win at Arizona. He scattered five hits with one walk and nine strikeouts, one away from his career best. Ramirez had a shutout for 8.1 innings before allowing the lone run in the ninth. Ramirez evened his record at 1-1.


Note - regional players of the week are chosen based on their conference affiliation. To see our list of regions, click here.


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