College Round Up Week 9, News (Terriers Baseball)

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College Round Up Week 9
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Sunday, April 15, 2018
* Liam Wilson's torrid offensive assault on opposing pitchers continued this past week, raising his average to a team leading .365 ‎He also leads the Golden Griffins with a .690 slg% and 87 total bases.

In a game last Wednesday versus Kent State, Liam was 4-6 with 5 RBI. The Griffs are 19-11 (.633) overall. They are third in the MAAC Conference. * Kyle MacDonald had another solid week and leads the Arkansas State Redwolves in all offensive categories. He has a .363 average, a .584 slg%, 32 runs scored, 41 hits, 11 doubles, 24 RBI and 4 homers. He also leads the Redwolves in put outs and has a .977 fld% * Luke Tevlin was on fire at the plate for Binghamton University in their America East series versus Hartford on the weekend. Luke cracked seven hits and is now second on the Bearcats with a .313 average. On the defensive side Luke has been stellar with 77 put outs and a perfect 1.000 fld% * Opponents have a paltry .200 average off RHP Sam Turcotte of Stony Brook University. The Seawolves are 19-15 and sit third in the America East Conference. * Jake Sims is slugging .500 for the 29-8 St. Leo Lions. Jake has 17 hits and 13 RBI.‎ The Lions are fourth in the highly competitive Sunshine State Conference. * Lefty Christian Lazar leads the University of Sioux Falls Cougars in appearances with 13. He has allowed just four runs and has walked just one. The Cougars are 9-11 in Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference.
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