April 24, 2013


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Players of the Week





National Player

Steven Patterson (Stockton, Calif.)

UC Davis junior second baseman


Patterson went 9 for 18 (.500) in four games with 11 RBI and nine runs. He had three doubles and two home runs for a slugging percentage of 1.000 in the four victories. Patterson’s first homer was a three-run shot against UC Riverside on Saturday in a 7-4 win. He went deep again in Sunday’s 19-8 thumping of the Highlanders.


National Pitcher

Paul Mammino (Hillsborough, N.J.)

Wagner freshman left-hander


Mammino carried a no-hitter into the ninth and finished with a complete game one-hitter in an 8-1 victory over Central Connecticut. He surrendered a one-out single to Dylan DelaCruz in the ninth for the lone hit. Mammino walked one, allowed one unearned run and struck out five. He retired 22 straight at one point. 


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Regional Players of the Week


Northeast Player

Colby Roberts (Benton, Ark.)

James Madison senior outfielder


Roberts went 12 for 18 (.667) in five games with 15 RBI and seven runs. He had four doubles and two home runs for a slugging percentage of 1.222. Roberts drew four walks and was hit by a pitch for an on-base percentage of .680. Roberts extended his hit streak to 11 games as the Dukes went 4-1.



Northeast Pitcher

Troy Scribner (Washington Depot, Conn.)

Sacred Heart senior right-hander


Scribner went the distance in a 4-1 NEC victory over first-place Bryant to end its 19-game win streak. Scribner allowed three hits and one unearned run. He did not walk a batter and struck out 11. Scribner faced just four over the minimum. He raised his record to 3-2 and leads the NEC with 61 strikeouts in 51.2 innings.


Southeast Player

Adam Martin (Marietta, Ga.)

Western Carolina junior catcher


Martin batted .727 (8 for 11) in four games with five runs and seven RBI. He smacked four doubles and a home run to register a slugging percentage of 1.364. Martin drew four walks and posted an on-base percentage of .800 in a 4-0 week. Martin reached base safely in his final 10 plate appearances.


Southeast Pitcher

Aaron Nola (Baton Rouge, La.)

LSU sophomore right-hander


Nola pitched his second straight complete game and first career shutout in a 5-0 SEC victory over Alabama on Friday. Nola surrendered three hits, all singles, and walked one. He recorded 10 strikeouts and threw 110 pitches. After giving up a leadoff single in the sixth, Nola retired the final 12 hitters.


Central Player

Michael Ratterree (Houston, Texas)

Rice senior outfielder


Ratterree went 8 for 15 (.533) in four games with two hits in each contest. He scored six and drove in eight. Ratterree belted three home runs and one double for a slugging percentage of 1.200. He walked one and added a sacrifice fly in a 3-1 week for the Owls. Ratterree scored at least one run in each of the four outings.


Central Pitcher

Trevor Belicek (Uvalde, Texas)

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi sophomore left-hander


Belicek took a no-hitter into the ninth on Saturday against Central Arkansas before surrendering a leadoff single. He recorded the final three outs to finish with a one-hit shutout. Belicek walked two and struck out 10. He retired the first seven hitters and set down 10 straight before the ninth-inning base hit.


West Player

Kris Bryant (Las Vegas, Nev.)

San Diego junior third baseman


Bryant blasted five home runs in four games to raise his season total to 20, a program record. He also tied the career home run mark with 43. Bryant batted .500 (7 for 14) with a double and six RBI. He had a slugging percentage of 1.643. Bryant drew six walks and posted an on-base percentage of .650.



West Pitcher

David Berg (Covina, Calif.)

UCLA sophomore right-hander


Berg earned a win and two saves in three road outings, working 7.1 shutout innings with two hits and four strikeouts. He held UC Irvine scoreless over the final four innings to earn the victory. Berg saved a pair of 1-0 contests at Oregon, pitching two innings on Friday and 1.1 innings on Saturday.


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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