April 11, 2012
CollegeBaseballInsider.com National Players of the Week
Tristan Moore (New Albany, Ohio)
Wright State senior outfielder
Moore went 10 for 16 (.625) in four games with three homers, 11
runs & 14 RBI for the Raiders. He started the week by going 4 for 5 at Xavier on
Tuesday with a three-run homer in the seventh that snapped a 1-1 tie. Moore had
a pair of two-run homers and a two-run double with three walks and six runs in a
32-4 win over YSU.
Erik Mattingly (Lakewood, Colo.)
Creighton senior right-hander
Mattingly pitched nine hitless innings with three strikeouts
against first-place Indiana State on Saturday, a game the Sycamores won 2-0 in
12 innings. Mattingly hit a batter in the first and another reached on an error,
but those were the only base runners he allowed. It would have been the first
nine-inning no-hitter in program history.
Regional Players of the Week
Tyler Patzalek (Burlington, Ontario)
Maine junior catcher/infielder
Patzalek went 12 for 23 (.522) in five games with three doubles,
three homers, eight runs and 15 RBI. He posted an on-base percentage of .538 and
slugging percentage of 1.043. The Black Bears won all five to stretch their win
streak to nine. Patzalek went 3 for 6 with five runs and six RBI in a 32-14 win
Jacob Mayers (Mechanicsville, Va.)
Richmond junior right-hander
Mayers pitched a 10-inning complete game on Friday against Xavier
in the Atlantic 10 series opener. He allowed two hits and one unearned run while
matching his career best with 11 strikeouts. Mayers retired 16 straight at one
point. The Spiders scored a run in the bottom of the 10th for a 2-1 victory.
Jabari Henry (Orlando, Fla.)
FIU junior outfielder
Henry batted .428 (9 for 21) in five games with four home runs,
13 RBI and seven runs. He started the week with a homer against Florida A&M and
finished with a pair of dingers in the Sun Belt series finale against Troy.
Henry drove in five against SBC Pitcher of the Year and All-American, Tyler Ray.
Matt Hamann (Northbrook, Ill.)
Belmont senior right-hander
Hamann pitched a one-hitter against USC Upstate in a battle for
first place in the Atlantic Sun. Hamann allowed one unearned run, did not walk a
batter and struck out four. He carried a no-hitter into the eighth before
surrendering a hit to lead off the frame. After the first Spartan reached on an
error, Hamann retired 21 straight.
Jordan Sivertsen (Richmond, Ill.)
Southern Illinois senior outfielder
Sivertsen went 9 for 16 (.563) with four home runs and 12 RBI in
four games. Of his nine hits, six were for extra bases, helping post a slugging
percentage of 1.438. Sivertsen homered twice and drove in six in a 13-10 win at
Murray State. He had a career-high four hits in the MVC series opener against
Sam Moll (Lakeland, Tenn.)
Memphis sophomore left-hander
Moll tossed a complete game one-hitter in a 7-0 victory at
Marshall. He took a no-hitter into the seventh before giving up an infield
single. Moll struck out nine, one away from his career high. It was the
program’s first complete game one-hitter since 1994 and first road shutout since
Brett Thomas (Poway, Calif.)
Oregon sophomore outfielder
Thomas went 7 for 11 (.636) in three games with two doubles,
three runs, two RBI and two stolen bases as the Ducks took two of three at
nationally-ranked UCLA in Pac-12 play. Thomas was hit by a pitch once and drew
one walk, posting an on-base percentage of .692 and slugging percentage of .818.
Jon Moscot (Pacific Palisades, Calif.)
Pepperdine junior right-hander
Moscot was one batter from a no-hitter, surrendering a single
with two away in the bottom of the ninth at Saint Mary’s. Moscot finished with a
one-hitter in a 7-1 win over the Gaels. He was perfect through five and the run
by Saint Mary’s was unearned. Moscot struck out 10, a career high.
regional players of the week are chosen based on their conference affiliation.
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