May 03, 2023 | Matt Betts | 436 views
College Player of the Week: Austin Gomm
After being named the Canadian Baseball Network College Player of the Week, it's hard to argue with Austin Gomm being named the top Terrier on the college circuit.
It's the third time this season that Gomm has taken home the honour.
He got his week started with a 4-for-5 performance with a home run and three RBI in Parkland College's 16-13 Game 1 loss to Lincoln Land.
In Game 2, an 8-5 win, he collected a pair of hits and drove in two more before hitting his second home run of the week in a 2-1 Game 3 victory.
The slick fielding infielder finished the week the way he started it, going 4-for-5 with a home run and three RBI.
Iowa Lakes infielder and Niagara University commit Matt Torresan had eight hits, a RBI and two stolen bases in six games.
Catcher Hugh Pinkney had a hit in all four games for Rutgers University. He added a pair of walks and was hit by a pitch as the Scarlet Knights went 2-2.
Jose Cote had a hit and walked three times in Northeastern Junior College's 2-1 series win over Southeast Community College.
Lefty Connor O'Halloran lasted 6.2 innings and allowed five runs on five hits as Michigan dropped Game 1 of their series with No. 17 Oklahoma State. He walked two and struck out eight.
Game 2 between the Wolverines and Cowboys saw right-hander Ben Abram pick up the win. Abram threw six innings and surrendered four runs on seven hits. He walked one and fanned nine en route to improving to 6-2.
Sam Worthen earned his sixth save of the season with a scoreless inning of relief for D'Youville in their 9-6 win over Mansfield. He yielded two hits, walked one and struck out two. Three days later he secured save No. 7 with two scoreless innings in a 4-1 win over Queens.
Game 2 of the doubleheader with Mansfield went the way of the Saints, 9-4, with Kyle Nash picking up the victory. Nash worked 3.2 scoreless innings of relief, allowing a hit and issuing a walk.
The Hendrix College Warriors' season came to an end as they went 1-2 against Berry College in the Southern Athletic Association tournament. Infielder Zach Marriott had four hits, four RBI and was hit by a pitch in the three games. He went 3-for-4 with three RBI in the only win his team recorded.
Photo credit: Parkland College Athletics