March 31, 2010 National Players of the Week


National Player

Cameron Flynn (Lexington, Ky.)

Morehead State sophomore outfielder


Flynn batted .588 (10 for 17) in four games with four home runs and 16 RBI. Flynn had two doubles, one triple, seven runs and a slugging percentage of 1.529. He knocked in a career-high six in a mid-week win over Indiana. In an OVC doubleheader against Southeast Missouri State, Flynn had three homers and nine RBI.


National Pitcher

Randy Fontanez (Oviedo, Fla.)

USF junior right-hander


Fontanez pitched the third no-hitter in school history Friday in a 4-0 win over Notre Dame in the Big East opener for both teams. Fontanez registered a career-high 12 strikeouts. He walked two and two others reached on catcher’s interference. Fontanez threw 119 pitches, of which 80 were strikes.



Regional Players of the Week


Northeast Player

Tucker Nathans (Warwick, N.Y.)

Fairfield junior second baseman


Nathans went 11 for 22 (.500) with six runs and 13 RBI. Nathans had three doubles, three home runs, three walks, two stolen bases and a slugging percentage of 1.045. In a victory at Hartford, Nathans went 4 for 7 with a school-record nine RBI. He had a pair of three-run homers, two doubles and four runs.



Northeast Pitcher

Kent Worthington (Hagerstown, Md.)

Mount St. Mary’s senior right-hander


Worthington tossed a no-hitter against Quinnipiac on Sunday to ensure a Northeast Conference series win for the Mountaineers. Worthington walked five and fanned nine to record his first win of the season and his first career complete game. No base runner reached second until the ninth inning.



Southeast Player

Jake Overstreet (Thomasville, Ala.)

South Alabama junior third baseman


Overstreet hit .526 (10 for 19) in four games with four homers, seven runs and 12 RBI. He hit .667 (10 for 15) in a three-game Sun Belt series at Middle Tennessee. Overstreet belted two home runs in consecutive games in Saturday’s doubleheader, including seven RBI in a 15-0 series-clinching contest.



Southeast Pitcher

Justin Wright (Montclair, Va.)

Virginia Tech junior left-hander


Wright pitched a complete-game shutout on Friday against Wake Forest. Wright allowed four hits, did not walk a batter and struck out six. He retired 14 of the final 15 hitters he faced, surrendering one single during the final five innings of the 7-0 shutout. It was his second complete game against the Demon Deacons.



Central Player

Luke Voit (Wildwood, Mo.)

Missouri State freshman catcher/first baseman


Voit batted .550 (11 for 20) in five games with seven runs and 13 RBI. Voit had five extra-base hits and posted an on-base percentage of .625 and a slugging percentage of 1.000. He went 4 for 5 on Tuesday against Central Arkansas with a homer and a double. Voit had a three-run homer on Saturday against Evansville.



Central Pitcher

Brett Bochy (Poway, Calif.)

Kansas junior right-hander


Bochy recorded two wins and a save in games against Creighton and at Baylor. Bochy pitched 9.1 innings of relief with four hits, one run, two walks and eight strikeouts. On Sunday against the Bears, he entered a tie game in the bottom of the ninth and worked six perfect innings, retiring all 18 batters he faced in a 14-inning win.


West Player

Brock Stassi (Yuba City, Calif.)

Nevada junior designated hitter


Stassi was retired just once in a three-game series with UC Irvine. He batted .875 (7 for 8) with one double, three triples, one homer and three runs. Stassi was walked intentionally three times, giving him an on-base percentage of .909. He posted a slugging percentage of 2.125 as the Wolf Pack took two of three from the Anteaters.


West Pitcher

Noe Ramirez (East Los Angeles, Calif.)

Cal State Fullerton sophomore right-hander


Ramirez tossed a complete-game shutout of Hawaii Friday in the opener of a three-game series. Ramirez allowed five hits and one walk while striking out a career-high 14 in the 3-0 win, which took just 2:20. In the middle three innings, Ramirez fanned seven of the nine batters, including five in a row.


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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