Weekly Baseball Wrap

Weekly Baseball Wrap

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Weekly Baseball Wrap

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By Trey McCurry.

By Trey McCurry

Each week TheClemsonInsider.com will recap how the Tigers did on the diamond and hand out some awards for the best performances.  Who took home the TCI awards this week?

 

 

 

Overall Record       39-20

ACC Record           18-12

 

Last Week             0-3

5/22   Wednesday   vs. NC State *                  L, 3-6

5/24   Friday          vs. North Carolina *                   L, 7-12 (14)

5/25   Saturday      vs. Miami (FL) *               L, 0-7

  • – ACC Baseball Championship at Durham, NC (Durham Bulls Athletic Park)

 

Next Week

Columbia Regional

5/31   Friday          vs. Liberty (34-27)                      1:00PM         Columbia, SC

6/1     Saturday      vs. Saint Louis/South Carolina   TBD              Columbia, SC

Note: Records as of Sunday, May 26.

 

TCI Hitter-of-the Week              #1 Maleeke Gibson

The freshman designated hitter from Sumter, SC earned his first TCI Hitter-of-the-Week award with his performance at the ACC Baseball Championship. Gibson was 5-for-15 (.333) with a RBI, two runs, a walk, and was 1-2 on stolen bases.

 

     Other hitters of note:

     Garrett Boulware    4-for-13 (.308), 1 2B, 1 HR, 1 RBI, 1 R, 1 HBP

Steven Duggar        4-for-14 (.286), 1 2B, 1 3B, 2 RBI

Mike Triller            2-for-5 (.400), 2 RBI, 1-1 SB

 

TCI Pitcher-of-the-Week            #43 Patrick Andrews

The sophomore righthander from Hilton Head Island, SC earned his first TCI Pitcher-of-the-Week award with two solid relief appearances in the ACC Baseball Championship. Andrews did not have a decision in either appearance as he pitched 3.2 innings and allowed four hits and two walks against five strikeouts.

 

     Other pitchers of note:

Zack Erwin             5.1 IP, 1 start, 2 runs (earned), 5 hits, 2 BB, 3 Ks

Jonathan Meyer     3.2 IP, 1 app, 1 run (earned), 3 hits, 2 BB, 3 Ks

Mike Kent              1.1 IP, 1 app, 1 run (unearned), 1 hit, 1 K

 

Weekly Notes:

Clemson went 0-3 this past week at the ACC Baseball Championship, falling 6-3 to #4 seed NC State, 12-7 in 14 innings to #1 seed North Carolina, and 7-0 to #8 seed Miami (FL). The Tigers were outscored 25-10 on the week while being outhit .286 (36 hits) to .207 (23 hits). Clemson had two doubles, a triple, a homer, 11 walks, three HBPs, and 24 strikeouts while going 8-10 on stolen bases. The Tiger pitching staff had a 6.39 ERA in the three games, allowing 25 runs (22 earned) in 31.0 innings pitched with 14 walks against 23 strikeouts. Clemson fielded at a .962 clip, committing five errors in 132 chances.

 

Weekly Rankings:

Date            BA      CB      ESPN  W-L

Preseason    NR      NR      NR      0-0

2/18             NR      NR      NP      2-1

2/25             NR      NR      NR      3-0

3/4              NR      NR      NR      1-3

3/11             NR      NR      NR      3-1

3/18             NR      NR      NR      2-2

3/25             NR      NR      NR      4-1

4/1              NR      NR      NR      1-2

4/8              22      17      NR      5-1

4/15             20      12      24      5-0

4/22             25      13      NR      1-2

4/29             18      14      22      3-1

5/6              19      15      22      0-1

5/13             17      14      19      7-0

5/20             18      14      18      2-2

5/27             22      17      24      0-3

 

Leggett Moving Up The All-Time Wins Lists

As TCI has followed over the past two seasons, Clemson Head Coach Jack Leggett has been moving up the All-Times Wins List by a Division I Head Coach. With a 9-5 win over Maryland on May 6, 2013, Leggett moved into 11th place on the all-time wins list and recently recorded his 875th win at Clemson with a 12-1 win over Western Carolina on April 24, 2013. This season Leggett again should move up several spots on the list and TCI will continue to track his climb throughout the 2013 season.

 

All-Time Winningest Division I Head Coaches

RK

Head Coach Current/Last Team

Years

Wins

1

Gene Stephenson * Wichita State

36

1837

2

Augie Garrido * Texas

42

1788

3

Mike Martin * Florida State

34

1767

4

Mark Marquess * Stanford

37

1495

5

Cliff Gustafson Texas

29

1427

6

Jim Morris * Miami (FL)

32

1390

7

Ron Polk Mississippi State

35

1373

8

Rod Dedeaux Southern Cal

44

1342

9

Bob Bennett Fresno State

34

1300

10

Ron Frasier Miami (FL)

30

1267

11

Jack Leggett * Clemson

34

1263

12

Jack Stallings Georgia Southern

39

1255

13

Jim Gilligan * Lamar

35

1245

14

Larry Cochell Oklahoma

35

1235

15

Jim Dietz San Diego State

31

1230

16

Pete Dunn * Stetson

34

1228

17

Richard Jones Illinois

36

1214

18

Norm DeBriyn Arkansas

33

1161

 

Bill Wilhelm Clemson

36

1161

20

Chuck Brayton Washington State

33

1158

* – active. Records are through Sunday, May 26, 2013.

 

Winningest Active Division I Head Coaches

RK Head Coach Team

Years

Wins

1

Gene Stephenson Wichita State

36

1837

2

Augie Garrido Texas

42

1788

3

Mike Martin Florida State

34

1767

4

Mark Marquess Stanford

37

1495

5

Jim Morris Miami (FL)

32

1390

6

Jack Leggett Clemson

34

1263

7

Jim Gilligan Lamar

35

1245

8

Pete Dunn Stetson

34

1228

9

John Anderson Minnesota

32

1124

10

Keith Guttin Missouri State

31

1063

11

Danny Hall Georgia Tech

26

1059

12

Mike Gillespie UC Irvine

26

996

13

Paul Mainieri LSU

25

995

14

Wayne Graham Rice

22

994

15

Andy Lopez Arizona

25

956

16

Fred Hill Rutgers

30

941

17

Gary Powers Nevada

31

937

18

Tony Robichaux UL-Lafayette

27

935

19

Bill Brown George Mason

32

895

20

Elliott Avent NC State

25

867

Records are through Sunday, May 26, 2013.

 

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