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Season-ending baseball stats

Season-ending baseball stats

Batting | Minimum 50 at-bats

Player (school) AB H BA

Jacob Peters (Olds) 51 28 .549

Bobby Woods (TS) 87 44 .506

David Edwards (Ns) 79 40 .506

Marc Brakeman (Sc) 68 33 .485

Sam Swan (LC) 51 24 .471

Danny Murray (PHU) 75 35 .467

Jeff Johnson (Cal) 73 34 .466

Jerrod Flanagan (Ne) 60 27 .450

Josh Conrad (Cal) 70 31 .443

Preston Packral (CCC) 82 36 .439

Mike Martello (Sem) 89 39 .438

Craig Schafer (Osc) 80 35 .438

Clarence Wilson (SP) 62 27 .435

Thomas Henry (Can) 69 30 .435

Casey Turgeon (Dun) 74 32 .432

Spencer Heath (Sc) 79 34 .430

DaSean Thomas (Can) 61 26 .426

Alex Norris (Dun) 87 37 .425

T.J. Glessner (Osc) 78 33 .423

Todd Haskell (Dun) 103 43 .417

Mike Boriboun (Osc) 72 30 .417

Taylor Layner (Osc) 89 36 .404

Alex McGathey (Ns) 89 36 .404

James Dowdell (CCC) 57 23 .404

Cody Arnold (PP) 72 29 .402

RBIs: 33 Thomas Henry (Can); 31 Taylor Layner (Osc), Jon Oorlog (Sc); 29 Justin Tedder (SPC), Mike Clarkson (Dun); 28 Casey Turgeon (Dun), Marc Brakeman (Sc), Jeff Johnson (Cal); 27 Alex Norris (Dun), Alex McGathey (Ns), Kyle Turner (Ns); 26 Mike Carlin (Sem), Alex Winkle (IRC); 24 Scott Schlapinski (Osc), Ben Emery (Dun); 23 Connor Obrochta (SPC), James Petika (CCC), Craig Schafer (Osc), DeSean Thomas (Can); 22 Kolbe Andrade (SPC), Bobby Woods (TS); 21 Zander Devlin (SPC), Richie Wisniewski (PP), Jerrod Flanagan (Ne), Jeremy Lopez (Ne); 20 Joe Lamoureux (Sem), Chris Frey (Cs), Will Fulmer (EL), Brandon Moll (SP), Jared Merritt (Olds), Spencer Heath (Sc); 19 Mark Danna (DH), Kaleb Paulton (PP), Matt Freburg (TS); 18 Preston Packral (CCC), Kyle Westwood (PHU), Daniel Torres (Cs), James Dowdell (CCC), T.J. Glessner (Osc), Jeremy Lopez (Ne), Tyler Larsen (Sc), Brett Zitzelberg (Cal); 17 Joey Krehbiel (Sem), Walter Lamerson (Ne), Andre Ortega (Clw), Dustin Sanford (Clw), Jake Holsinger (Can), Ben Emery (Dun), Max Cammeron (PHU), Anthony Varner (PHU), Brent Rasmussen (Sc); 16 Shawn Delmontagne (Ne), Stephen Tsagaris (Cs), Mike Boriboun (Osc), Zach Sobel (PHU), Danny Murray (PHU), Aaron Watson (Cal), Josh Conrad (Cal).

HOME RUNS: 6 Casey Turgeon (Dun), Connor Obrochta (SPC); 5 Will Fulmer (EL), Alex Winkle (IRC); 4 James Dowdell (CCC), Brandon Moll (SP) 4; 3 Justin Tedder (SPC), James Petika (CCC), Taylor Layner (Osc), Mark Danna (DH), Jeff Johnson (Cal), Clay Hansen (DH), Justin Warren (PP), Shawn Delmontagne (Ne), DeSean Thomas (Can), Anthony Varner (PHU), Phil Gattas (LC).

Pitching | Minimum 25 innings

Name (school) W-L W-L IP

Taylor Layner (Osc) 8-0 0.83 59.0

Ryan Reedy (Dun) 5-0 1.46 52.7

Spencer Heirman (Sem) 6-1 1.86 49.0

Winston Rivas (Osc) 8-3 1.90 70.0

Kyle Westwood (PHU) 3-2 1.95 32.3

Justin Tedder (SPC) 8-2 1.95 64.2

Alex Norris (Dun) 6-2 1.99 52.7

Andrew McCormick (Clw) 1-3 2.02 34.2

Jerrod Flanagan (Ne) 5-0 2.03 31.0

Nick Franz (EL) 4-2 2.04 34.3

Curtis Riley (PP) N/A 2.14 33.2

Brock Jensen (DH) 5-2 2.14 52.3

Tommy Organ (TS) 5-5 2.23 60.0

Zach Olson (CCC) 6-2 2.28 52.0

Joe Vilardi (Dun) 3-1 2.39 29.3

Chris Brock-Jones (Lw) 4-1 2.45 34.0

Marc Brakeman (Sc) 3-2 2.46 57.0

Donny Norris (PP) 6-5 2.56 76.1

Tim McKay (SPC) 3-3 2.64 45.0

Cody Mattull (PP) 4-5 2.68 47.0

Alex Young (TS) 5-1 2.85 47.0

Tim Lamoureux (Sem) 4-3 2.94 64.3

Brian Replogle (Lw) 4-5 2.95 59.0

STRIKEOUTS: 91 Taylor Layner (Osc); 78 Justin Tedder (SPC); 75 Alex Young (TS); 74 Jacob Peters (Olds); 72 Harrison Hall (Can); 71 Aaron Watson (Cal); 69 Tim Lamoureux (Sem); 67 Donny Norris (PP), Winston Rivas (Osc); 65 Marc Brakeman (Sc); 63 Brock Jensen (DH); 62 Tommy Organ (TS); 61 Brian Replogle (Lw); 58 Ryan Reedy (Dun); 56 Tim Lamoureux (Sem); 53 Cody Mattull (PP); 50 Curtis Riley (PP); 49 Spencer Heirman (Sem); 46 James Gray (Ne), Patrick Camporini (CCC); 45 Alex Norris (Dun), Alex Winkle (IRC); 44 Sawyer Wilson (Cs), Sean O'Brien (Clw), Jake Holsinger (Can); 43 Zach Olson (CCC), Max Collins (LC); 40 Kyle Leja (Cs), Noel Thomas (NE); 38 Cody Alessi (EL), Travis Webster (Cs); 36 Kyle Westwood (PHU), James Gray (Ne); 33 Jordan Lindsay (Lw); 32 Andrew McCormick (Clw), Nick Franz (EL); 31 Kyle Leja (Cs), Taylor Lesch (EL), Tim McKay (SPC);

Season-ending baseball stats 05/27/09 [Last modified: Wednesday, May 27, 2009 10:27pm]
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