We continue the countdown today with number 66, Liberty RHP/OF Ashton Perritt. In his sophomore campaign with the Flames, Perritt was able to post impressive numbers both at the plate and on the mound. In the batter’s box the right-hander had 172 at bats and in that time batted to a .343 average. The talented outfielder appeared in 40 games and collected 59 hits with 6 homeruns and 17 RBI. On the mound, Perritt was equally as impressive posting a 3-2 record with a 2.09 ERA. In 22 appearances, Perritt had 38.2 IP with 37 strikeouts and 10 saves which ranks second on Liberty’s all-time single season save list. Continue reading CBD Top 100 Countdown: 66. Ashton Perritt (Liberty)
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE
The Great Lakes Summer Collegiate Baseball League is please to announce its award winners for Week Six of GLSCL action:
Pitcher of the Week:
Nick Montgomery – Lake Erie Monarchs, RHP, San Marcos, TX (Ranger Junior College)
Nick garnered a 2-0 record this week by virtue of pitching 15 innings with no earned runs. The San Marcos, TX native 11 strikeouts this week has propelled Lake Erie on its’ five-game winning streak. Montgomery’s 5-0 season record is tied for the best this year in the GLSCL.
The Great Lakes Summer Collegiate Baseball League is please to announce its award winners for Week Five of GLSCL action:
Pitcher of the Week:
Tyler Wilson – Delaware Cows, RHP, Midlothian, VA (University of Virginia)
Tyler Wilson, a freshman from the University of Virginia, became the second Delaware Cow to be named pitcher of the week in the GLSCL. Tyler started two games this past week, shortened by the all-star break, earning the win in one game. The Midlothian, VA native threw a total of 12 innings in which he gave up no earned runs and struck out 14. Tyler extended his streak of scoreless innings to 18.
Player of the Week:
Ben Klafczynski – Columbus All-Americans, OF, Granger Twp., OH (Kent State Univ.)
Ben posted an impressive 0.545 batting average for the week which included two doubles and a home run. The Columbus outfielder also scored five runs with eight runs batted in. The Kent State Golden Flash finished the week with a 1.000 slugging percentage.
Joe Drews of The Chronicle (Duke student paper) have released an article about the summer experiences of the Blue Devils. Andrew Wolcott had a successful summer in 2007 when he made an appearance in the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League All-Star after going 3-0 with a 2.45 ERA during the entire season. The full article is available here.