April 23, 2013
Team of the Week
Virginia is CBI Louisville Slugger Team of Week
Virginia went 4-0 at home, including a three-game ACC sweep of
No. 6 Florida State. The Cavaliers have been named the
CollegeBaseballInsider.com Louisville Slugger Team of the Week.
Virginia rallied to edge Old Dominion 10-9 in 10 innings on
Wednesday to begin its week. After a rainout on Friday, the Cavaliers swept a
doubleheader from the Seminoles on Saturday, 9-2 and 2-0. Virginia completed the
series sweep with a 5-2 victory on Sunday.
Regional Teams of the Week
Northeast: Sacred Heart had a 4-1
week, starting with a 3-2 win over Yale on Wednesday. The Pioneers took three of
four from first-place Bryant in NEC action, winning 4-1 on Friday to halt the
19-game win streak of the Bulldogs. Sacred Heart dropped the opener of
Saturday’s doubleheader 7-2 before taking the nightcap 3-2 and winning on Sunday
Southeast: NC State went 4-0 on the
road, winning 2-1 at Charlotte on Tuesday before sweeping a three-game ACC set
at No. 14 Georgia Tech. The Wolfpack defeated the Yellow Jackets 13-4 on Friday,
6-2 on Saturday and 8-7 on Sunday to extend its win streak to 14.
Central: Nebraska put together a 5-0
week, starting with a doubleheader sweep of 10th-ranked Arkansas on Tuesday. The
Huskers took the opener 3-0 on a combined no-hitter and won the nightcap 4-2. NU
captured three from Purdue in Big Ten play, winning 10-2 and 10-4 in a Saturday
doubleheader and 12-2 on Sunday.
West: UCLA went 3-1 on the road, starting with a 6-4 victory in 12
innings at UC Irvine on Tuesday. The Bruins posted 1-0 wins at eighth-ranked
Oregon on both Friday and Saturday before falling 5-3 to the Ducks on Sunday.
West Virginia had a 3-1 week,
beating Morehead State before taking two of three at Texas in Big 12 action.
South Carolina was 4-0 at home,
topping College of Charleston before sweeping a three-game SEC set from No. 18
Stephen F. Austin went 3-1, winning
at Dallas Baptist prior to taking two of three from Southeastern Louisiana to
take sole possession of first place in the Southland Conference.
Gonzaga had a 3-1 week, defeating
Washington State before winning two of three at Pepperdine to stay in first in
the West Coast Conference.
Western Carolina was 4-0, beating
Gardner-Webb before sweeping a three-game Southern Conference set from Georgia
Southern to extend its win streak to seven.
USF put together a 4-0 week on the
road, winning at Stetson before sweeping a three-game Big East series at
Connecticut to stretch its win streak to 12.
Holy Cross went 6-0, taking two from
Brown before sweeping a four-game set from Lehigh to strengthen its hold on
first in the Patriot League.
Canisius was 5-0, winning twice
against Buffalo prior to a three-game MAAC sweep at Manhattan to extend its win
streak to seven.
Troy had a 5-0 week, taking two from
Alabama A&M before a three-game Sun Belt sweep of UALR to move with a game of
Columbia went 3-1 at Princeton to
maintain its hold on the top spot in the Lou Gehrig Division of the Ivy League.
regional teams of the week are chosen based on their conference affiliation.
To see our list of regions,
Previous Teams of the Week
16 - Florida
9 - Vanderbilt
April 2 - Florida Atlantic
26 - Arkansas
March 5 -
Feb. 19 -