TCI Weekly Baseball Wrap

TCI Weekly Baseball Wrap

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TCI Weekly Baseball Wrap

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By Trey McCurry.

Each week TheClemsonInsider.com puts a wrap on the previous week for the 2012 Tigers.  Find out who won this week’s TCI awards and much more!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clemson Baseball Weekly Wrap-Up

Overall Record     6-7

ACC Record                   0-3

Last Week            2-1

3/7     Wednesday   Holy Cross                       W, 16-4

3/9     Friday           #6 North Carolina            L, 3-4

3/10   Saturday       #6 North Carolina            L, 3-6

3/11   Sunday         #6 North Carolina            L, 5-6 (11 innings)

 

Next Week

3/14   Wednesday   Western Carolina (12-4)    4:00PM        Cullowhee, NC

3/16   Friday           Boston College (6-8)         6:30PM        Clemson

3/17   Saturday       Boston College (6-8)         6:30PM        Clemson

3/18   Sunday         Boston College (6-8)         12:00PM       Clemson

Note: Records as of Monday, March 12.

TCI Hitter-of-the Week                    #2 Jason Stolz

The senior shortstop from Marietta, GA earns this week’s TCI Hitter-of-the-Week Award after hitting .412 (7-for-17) in four games this past week. Stolz had three doubles, one homer, three runs, three RBI, and a stolen base on the week.         

          Other hitters of note:

Richie Shaffer         7-for-16 (.438), 3 2Bs, 1 3B, 2 RBI, 5 runs, 5 BBs

Jon McGibbon         5-for-14 (.357), 1 2B, 1 HR, 6 RBI, 3 runs, 2 BBs

Dominic Attanasio   4-for-9 (.444), 1 2B, 5 RBI, 2 runs, 2 BBs

TCI Pitcher-of-the-Week                 #28 Jonathan Meyer

The junior righthander from San Diego, CA made three relief appearances in four games last week. In 4.2 innings, Meyer allowed one unearned run on two hits and one walk with three strikeouts while holding opponents to a .111 batting average.

          Other pitchers of note:

David Haselden       6.0 IP, 1-0 record, 2 app (1 start), 1 run (earned), 6 hits, 2 Ks

Scott Firth              1.2 IP, 2 app, 0 hits, 2 BBs, 3 Ks

Kevin Pohle            6.0 IP, 1 start, 2 runs (earned), 6 hits, 4 walks, 2 Ks

Weekly Rankings:

Date           BA     CB     ESPN W-L

Preseason     16      25      23      0-0

2/20             16      25      NP      2-1

2/27             15      20      19      2-1

3/5              20      20      19      1-2

3/12             NR     NR     NR     1-3

Clemson in the ACC stat rankings:

Team:

#11 in batting at .272

Third fewest strikeouts in the ACC (83)

#7 in pitching at 3.38 ERA

#10 in team fielding (.962)

ACC game-high in assists (19 on 3/7 vs. Holy Cross)

Individual:

Kevin Brady

  • 16th in ERA (2.53)
  • Tied for 1st in starts (4)

Daniel Gossett

  • Tied for 10th in saves (1)

David Haselden

  • 17th in ERA (2.77)

Dominic Leone

  • Tied for 1st in starts (4)

Phil Pohl

  • Tied for 25th in overall batting average (.333)
  • Tied for 7th in home runs (3)
  • Tied for 6th in RBI (17)
  • Tied for ACC game-high in runs (4 on 3/7 vs. Holy Cross)
  • Tied for ACC game-high in sac flies (2 on 3/7 vs. Holy Cross)

Kevin Pohle

  • 4th in ERA (1.00)

Richie Shaffer

  • 2nd in overall batting average (.447)
  • Tied for 7th in runs scored (17)
  • Tied for 1st in home runs (4)
  • Tied for 5th in doubles (7)
  • Tied for 1st in total bases (42)
  • 3rd in walks (15)
  • 2nd in on-base percentage (.581)
  • Tied for 1st in slugging percentage (.894)

Jason Stolz

  • Tied for 25th in overall batting average (.333)

Weekend Notes:

Clemson, ranked as high as #19 in the nation, went 1-3 in four games this past week, including three heartbreaking defeats to #6 North Carolina. On the week, the Tigers outscored their opponents 27-20 and outhit their opposition .290 to .268. Clemson also led their opponents in the power department with 16 extra base hits (13 doubles, one triple, and two homers) to eight extra base hits (five doubles, two triples, and one homers). The Tiger pitching staff had a 3.79 ERA as they allowed 20 runs (16 earned) on 38 hits and 20 walks against 24 strikeouts in 38.0 innings.

 

 

Leggett On The All-Time Wins Lists

As TCI followed in detail last season, Head Coach Jack Leggett is continuing to work his way up the all-time wins list by a head coach at a Division I school. After this weekend, Leggett stands 15th in place of all-time wins and is sixth in terms of wins among active head coaches at a Division I school.

 

All-Time Winningest Division I Head Coaches

RK Head Coach Current/Last Team Years Wins

1

Gene Stephenson * Wichita State

35

1773

2

Augie Garrido * Texas

41

1737

3

Mike Martin * Florida State

33

1687

4

Cliff Gustafson Texas

29

1427

5

Mark Marquess * Stanford

36

1435

6

Ron Polk Mississippi State

35

1373

7

Rod Dedeaux Southern Cal

44

1342

8

Jim Morris * Miami (FL)

31

1330

9

Bob Bennett Fresno State

34

1300

10

Ron Frasier Miami (FL)

30

1267

11

Jack Stallings Georgia Southern

39

1255

12

Larry Cochell Oklahoma

35

1235

13

Jim Dietz San Diego State

31

1230

14

Richard Jones Illinois

36

1214

15

Jack Leggett * Clemson

33

1195

16

Jim Gilligan * Lamar

35

1188

17

Pete Dunn * Stetson

33

1179

18

Bill Wilhelm Clemson

36

1161

Norm DeBriyn Arkansas

33

1161

20

Jack Coffey Fordham

47

1160

* – active. Records are through Sunday, March 11,2012

 

Winningest Active Division I Head Coaches

RK Head Coach Team Years Wins

1

Gene Stephenson Wichita State

35

1773

2

Augie Garrido Texas

41

1737

3

Mike Martin Florida State

33

1687

4

Mark Marquess Stanford

36

1435

5

Jim Morris Miami (FL)

31

1330

6

Jack Leggett Clemson

33

1195

7

Jim Gilligan Lamar

35

1188

8

Pete Dunn Stetson

33

1179

9

Ray Tanner South Carolina

25

1097

10

John Anderson Minnesota

31

1070

11

Keith Guttin Missouri State

30

1004

12

Danny Hall Georgia Tech

25

998

13

Mike Gillespie UC Irvine

25

940

14

Wayne Graham Rice

21

925

15

Paul Mainieri LSU

24

909

16

Gary Powers Nevada

30

889

17

Andy Lopez Arizona

24

887

Fred Hill Rutgers

29

887

19

Tony Robichaux UL-Lafayette

26

880

20

Bill Brown George Mason

31

854

Records are through the Sunday, March 11, 2012.

 

 

 

 

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