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2067 Records and Highlights

Day 66 - Louisville sophomore Harold Gibson pitched his first no hitter last night against the Tar Heels.
Day 66 - UCLA defeats Oregon State to break losing streak!
Day 65 - UCLA ties record for longest losing streak at 24 in a row.
Day 60 - In the rubber game of the series with Florida State Louisville's Horace Trosky went 5 for 5 driving in 7 on three homeruns as the Cardinals crushed the Seminoles 15-3. Box Score
Day 54 - Utah went into to Tempe and battled the Sun Devils, but it was no pitching dual. No, the two teams threw up a football score with the Utes downing Arizona State 21-13. The Utes drew three walks and hammered two homers knocking sending the Sun Devils starter to the showers having recorded only one out. Box Score
Day 50 - South Carolina defeats LSU in extra innings. In the top of the 10th the Tigers took the lead on a close play at the plate. Tigers sophomore Dale Davis cam in the bottom of the 10th and issued two walks while getting two ground outs. When Gamecock's Senior Dusty Johnson stepped to the plate and tripled for the walk off win. The game was South Carolina's 11th win in 12 games. Box Score
Day 49 - Freshman Ernie Baker used his hot bat to lift the Oklahoma State over Michigan State 16-5 last night in Lansing. Baker went 6 for 6 with a double and two home runs, driving in five. Box Score
Day 49 - Number four overall draft pick and Ole Miss freshman second baseman Daniel Teiman, launched three homeruns as the Rebels beat the Gators 10-9. Box Score
Day 46 - California senior Joel Mahan, smashed three homeruns while driving in seven as the Golden Bears downed the Utes 12-2. Box Score
Day 41 - Vanderbilt sophomre Michael McRobbie was perfect through 8 and 2/3 when Tennessee sent Omar Keating to the plate as a pinch hitter. Keating doubled but McRobbie struck out the next batter. The Commadores beat the Volunteers 11-0. Box Score
Day 40 - Auburn senior Christopher Turner, belted a triple and three homeruns while driving in seven as Auburn crushed LSU 17-3 in the series opener. Box Score
Day 37 - It was a pitchers dual in Iowa Friday night as the Sooners defeated the Cyclones 1-0. The Sooners scored in the third on a triple followed by a sac fly but that would be their only hit of the game. The Cyclones picked up their only hit in the fifth. Oklahoma starter Stephen Beering pitched a complete game giving up a hit and a walk while striking out 7 over nine innings, but Iowa State's Jayson Rogers kept the Cyclones in it. Rogers nearly matched Beering's stats by also pitching a complete game with a hit, a single, and 7 stirkeouts but over eight innings with one run. Box Score
Day 34 - Auburn first baseman Dean Forbes went 5-for-5 belting three homeruns helping the Tigers defeat the Commadores 19-5. Box Score
Day 33 - It was 27 up, 27 down for the Miami Hurricanes yesterday as NC State junior Odell Verrett pitched a seven strikeout perfect game!
Day 22 - Otis Robinson collected 7 rbis while hitting for the cycle as the Rebels defeated the Volunteers 15-5.
Day 21 - California's Thom Gresko threw 8 and 2/3 innings of no hit ball before Thom Fitzgerald pushed a bloop single into left field. The Golden Bears beat Washington 8-0. Box Score
Day 15 - After dropping the first two in Pittsburgh, the Sun Devil hitters broke out. Arizona State drew 16 walks and gathered 18 hits enroute to a 19-0 drubbing on the Panthers. Box Score
Day 12 - It was a wild one in Alabama yesterday as the Tide beat the Blue Devils 14-13 but not until they'd played into the 15th inning. As Icing on the cake, Tide left fielder Donte Lemus hit for the cycle!
Day 10 - Rebels Junior Foster Smith went 6 for 6 with two doubles and three rbis helping Ole Miss defeat Louisville 15-1. Box Score
Day 7 - Reggie Smart plays crucial role in Virginia's 4-3 win over Rice. In the bottom of the ninth Smart singled, stole a base, and scored the tying run on a two out double by Tom Johnson. In the bottom of the 15th, Smart hit a two-out walk-off single to give the Cavaliers the win! Box Score
Day 5 - Miami defeats Arizona 21-11 on the grid iron. Wait, it's not football season! Eleven pitchers threw a combined 432 pitches, giving up 32 runs on 37 hits (9 doubles, 5 triples, & 6 homruns) and 18 walks. Box Score
Day 4 - Auburn sophomore CJ Henson, batting in the ninth slot, takes Texas sophomore Bart Park, deep to lead off the ninth and to break up Park's no-hitter. Auburn went on to score two more runs, but it wasn't enough as the Longhorns won 4-3. Box Score
Day 3 - Ollie Shields, Tennessee senior combined three homeruns and a double to knock in nine helping the Volunteers take the rubber game of the series with Florida State. Box Score
Day 2 - USC senior left fielder Howard Wood clubbed three homeruns and drove in five in the Trojans' 17-2 crushing of Kansas State. The series is tied 1-1. Box Score
Day 2 - Wolfpack senior left fielder Jimmy Madden hit three homeruns with four RBIs yesterday afternoon leading the NC State to a 10-0 victory over the Aggies. Box Score

Watch your box scores for accomplishments, particularly cycles and the following:
Per Game: 6+ hits, 4+ doubles, 3+ Triples, 4+ hr, 9+ rbi, 6+ sb, 15 k
Game Streaks: 25+ hits, 40+ on-base, 6+ hr, 12+ rbi, 15+ run, 35+ scoreless innings (pitcher), 17+ wins (team), 18+ losses (team)
Please message me when you see one of these or something else interesting. Thank you and enjoy the season!

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Gresko blanks Oregon with 10-0 shutout

Oregon is hoping not to see Thom Gresko again for a long while. Gresko went the distance, leading California to a 10-0 victory. California's Odell Beach had 4 RBIs. | Box

Stafford delivers in clutch, Gators win

Rob Stafford drove in 4 runs, carrying Florida to a 17-1 victory over the Tigers LSU. | Box

Gibson makes history, tosses no-hitter

Gibson made history for the Cardinal LOU last night, tossing a no-hitter against the Tar Heels. Louisville won by a score of 13-0. Ed Gleeson knocked home 5 runs for the Cardinal LOU. | Box

Mitchell sparks 8-4 win for Utes

Ross Mitchell's hot bat helped the Utes to a 8-4 win over the Wildcats AZ. Mitchell collected 4 hits in the game. | Box

Lindsay sparks 6-3 win for Razorbacks

Alva Lindsay's hot bat helped the Razorbacks to a 6-3 win over the Volunteers. Lindsay collected 4 hits in the game. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

B. Evans, Crimson Tide .5003 HR11 RBI
A. Shipman, Gators .4093 HR11 RBI
S. Boyce, Owls .4443 HR11 RBI
J. Mahan, Golden Bears .3893 HR11 RBI
A. Donald, Huskies WA .3534 HR9 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

P. Huang, Demon Deacons 1 for 22 (.045)
T. McNair, Cyclones 3 for 22 (.136)
C. Owens, Bruins 4 for 23 (.174)
J. Bell, Golden Bears 1 for 20 (.050)
H. Trosky, Cardinal LOU 0 for 21 (.000)

Leaders: SLG

E. Gleeson, Cardinal LOU .806
T. Gordon, Dirtbags .746
C. Turner, Tigers AUB .713
B. Otting, Trojans .685
A. Williams, Bulldogs .655

Leaders: H/9

N. Swayer, Scarlet Knights 3.9
K. Henson, Wolfpack 5.5
N. Fleetwood, Cardinal LOU 5.5
D. Bunker, Cowboys 5.7
M. Gardner, Wildcats KS 5.8

Non-Conference Play

As you know the first 18 games are against non-conference opponents. Using the previous season’s standings, teams are scheduled to play 6 games (3 home and 3 away) against teams that finished in the same position in the other three conferences. Here's how non-conference games played out this season:

Pac12.... 99-117

Head-to-head the SEC and Big12 split 36-36 as did the ACC and Pac12.

2066 Player Awards

Washington's defensive standout Stan James, who had a breakout year at the plate, has been voted this season's MVP! James beat out fellow shortstop and runner up in the voting Garry Sun of Florida who had the top Pennant Chase MVP score. Thanks to all who voted!

Cy Young
Rutgers sophomore Thom Hitchcock wins the Cy Young by one vote! Congratulations!

Freshman of the Year
John Coulter, starting pitcher for Miami. has been voted Rookie of the Year.

All Americans
C - Dillon Haskins, Fr, Georgia
1B - Colin Hartman, Sr, TCU
2B - Omar Ramirez, Sr, Rutgers
3B - Lamar Easley, Jr, Ole Miss
SS - Stan James, Sr, Washington
OF - William Addison, Sr, Washington St.
OF - Mathew Conn, Sr, Ole Miss
OF - Danny Gibson, Sr, North Carolina
SP - Justin Donald, So, South Carolina
RP - Devon Beavers, Sr, Louisville

2066 Redshirts

The following players were redshirted during the 2066 season. Use this list when planning for 2067 so that you do not ask for the same player a second time.
Arizona Wildcats AZ: Marlon Bridgewater (sp)
Arkansas Razorbacks: Cameron Wolfe (c/c)
California Golden Bears: Thom Gresko (sp)
Clemson Tigers: Ricky Johnson (sp)
Florida Gators: Steve Ford (sp)
Georgia Bulldogs: Abraham Nahshon (sp)
Iowa St. Cyclones: CJ Sale (rf/ut)
Kansas St. Wildcats KS: Carmen Fleming (sp)
Louisville Cardinals: Ron Manziel (1b/dh)
Miami Hurricanes: Vince Biondi (3b/ss)
Mississippi St Bulldogs MS: Ned Gardner (rp)
NC State. Wolfpack: Kenny Rudley (c/rf)
Ohio State Buckeyes: Marcus Anderson (2b/dh)
Ok. St. Cowboys: Emerson White (ss/ss)
Ole Miss Rebels: Jacob Poole (dh/rf)
Oregon St. Beavers: Robert Harrison (rp)
Pittsburgh Panthers: John Elet (c/dh)
Purdue Boilermakers: Bobby Keating (ss/3b)
Rice Owls: Rubin Clinton (rp)
Rutgers Scarlet Nights: Clay Clark (ut/ut)
TCU Horned Frogs: Gaston Kirby (c/dh)
Tennessee Volunteers: Greg Bartley (sp)
Texas Longhorns: Larry Boston (lf/3b)
USC Trojans: Zach Clayton (sp)
Virginia Cavaliers: Dustin Hess (sp)
Wake Forest Demon Deacons: Nathan Schrader (sp)

2066 Conference Power Ranking and 2067 Draft Order

The Big 12, and ACC each increased their power ranking; the Pac 12 held steady and the SEC fell significantly.

1) B12 - 261 - 0.777
2) ACC - 277 - 0.763
3) SEC - 309 - 0.736
4) P12 - 325 - 0.722

Draft Order:
#1-10) Virginia, South Carolina, California, Ole Miss, Oklahoma St., Iowa St., Purdue, Louisville, Miami, Rice
#11-20) Rutgers, Florida, Georgia, Arizona, Ohio St., Washington, NC State, Florida St., Oregon St., Washington St.
#21-30) Oklahoma, Arizona St., TCU, Pittsburgh, Kansas St., Utah, Wake Forest, Kansas, Texas A&M, Mississippi St.
#31-40) Tennessee, Stanford, Duke, Arkansas, Alabama, Auburn, Vanderbilt, Michigan St., USC, Syracuse
#41-48) Texas, North Carolina, Long Beach St., Oregon, Baylor, LSU, UCLA, Clemson

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