April 10, 2013


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Players of the Week





National Player

Daniel Miles (Pascagoula, Miss.)

Tennessee Tech junior third baseman


Miles went 7 for 14 (.500) in four games with four home runs, seven runs and nine RBI. His slugging percentage was 1.357 and he drew six walks for an on-base percentage of .632. Miles tied a program record with three homers in a 10-7 win over Austin Peay on Saturday. He and Dylan Bosheers hit back-to-back homers in consecutive innings.


National Pitcher

Eric Peterson (Bear, Del.)

Temple sophomore right-hander


Peterson carried a no-hitter into the ninth on Saturday against La Salle before settling for a one-hit shutout. He surrendered a leadoff double to Joey Ravert in the final frame. Peterson was perfect through five before hitting a batter in the sixth. He posted a career-high 10 strikeouts in his second consecutive complete game.



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Regional Players of the Week


Northeast Player

Jacob Mayers (Mechanicsville, Va.)

Richmond first baseman/pitcher


Mayers hit .625 (10 for 16) in four wins with two doubles, one homer, five runs and six RBI. His slugging percentage was .938 and on-base percentage was .667. Mayers made two appearances on the mound, posting a win over William & Mary on Tuesday and a save at GW on Saturday. He pitched 3.1 scoreless innings with two strikeouts.


Northeast Pitcher

Jimmy Herget (Tampa, Fla.)

USF freshman right-hander


Herget hurled a complete-game shutout on Friday in a 1-0 victory over Pittsburgh to kick off the Big East series. Herget allowed three hits and one walk while striking out four in his longest collegiate outing. He raised his record to 3-1 with a 1.14 ERA in 47.1 innings. Herget is second on the staff with 32 strikeouts.



Southeast Player

Ryan Kinsella (Warren, N.J.)

Elon junior first baseman


Kinsella went 8 for 20 (.400) in five games with two doubles, three homers, five runs and 12 RBI. His slugging percentage was .950 and on-base percentage was .520. Kinsella had at least one hit and one RBI in each contest. Kinsella homered and drove in five in the Southern Conference series opener at The Citadel on Friday.



Southeast Pitcher

Robert Huber (Plano, Texas)

Duke junior right-hander


Huber pitched a five-hit shutout on Sunday against Georgia Tech, the top hitting team in the nation at the time. Huber walked one and struck out seven as the Blue Devils secured an ACC series victory with the 3-0 decision. It was the second consecutive shutout for Huber, as he blanked Boston College 6-0 on March 31.


Central Player

Phil Lipari (Poland, Ohio)

Youngstown State junior shortstop


Lipari batted .800 (8 for 10) with four runs and seven RBI in a three-game Horizon League win over first-place Milwaukee. Lipari posted a slugging percentage of 1.000 and on-base percentage of .769. He also stole four bases. In Sunday’s series-clinching 6-2 win, Lipari accounted for all six runs with five RBI and one run.


Central Pitcher

D.J. Snelten (Ingelside, Ill.)

Minnesota junior left-hander


Snelten pitched a one-hit shutout on Sunday in the Big Ten series-clinching 1-0 victory over Ohio State. The lone hit was an infield single in the third. Snelten walked one and struck out seven in nine innings, needing just 86 pitches in the 1:37 contest. It was the second career complete game for Snelten and first of the season.


West Player

Robert Lecount (Shoreline, Wash.)

New Mexico State senior third baseman


Lecount went 6 for 13 (.462) with two homers, six runs and nine RBI in four games. He had one double, one triple and six walks in the 3-1 week. Lecount recorded a slugging percentage of 1.154 and on-base percentage of .650. He went 2 for 3 with a season-high five RBI in the series opener against Dallas Baptist.


West Pitcher

Corey Miller (Laguna Niguel, Calif.)

Pepperdine junior right-hander


Miller pitched 10 scoreless innings on Saturday against Washington, allowing three hits and no walks. Miller recorded a career-high 10 strikeouts in the no-decision as the Waves won 1-0 in 11 innings. Miller threw 118 pitches, including 78 for strikes. He retired the first 12 hitters of the contest.


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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