Walker Sheller pitches from one of his many different arm slots. His deceptiveness is a key element of his game.
Nick Feight (BT ’14-15) is continuing his stellar season at the plate for UNC Wilmington. Feight is on a 9-game hitting streak that includes seven multi-hit games. In 43 games, his slash line is an incredible .391/.445/.805, accounting for 20 doubles, 16 home runs, and 77 RBI. Feight leads the NCAA in RBI, and in five less games than the next closest player, he has 14 more RBI.
At Tulane, Stephen Alemais (BT ’14) is doing his best to lead the Green Wave to a home playoff game. Despite missing nine games, Alemais has 47 hits and 28 runs in 35 starts. His on-base percentage is at .395. Also at Tulane, J.P. France (BT ’14) has a 5-1 record in nine starts. Over 57 innings, France has a 3.16 ERA.
Zach Kirtley (BT ’15) is leading St. Mary’s (CA) in the following hitting categories: Batting average (.316), on-base percentage (.433), runs (41), doubles (15), home runs (6), and RBI (33). Johnny York (BT ’16) has made 11 starts and has 40 strikeouts compared to only 15 walks.
Creighton’s Daniel Woodrow (BT ’16) leads his team in the following offense categories while playing in all 43 games: Batting average (.363), runs (34), hits (65), and stolen bases (28). On defense, Woodrow has yet to commit an error on the season.
For the top 25 ranked Florida Atlantic Owls, a slew of Big Train pitchers are making their marks as starters. David McKay (BT ’15) has an ERA at 3.35 in 10 starts. He has struck out 52 batters and walked only 15 in 51 innings. Brandon Rhodes (BT ’14) holds a 4.50 ERA in 12 starts and 74 innings. In nine starts, Sean Labsan (BT ’14) has a 1.43 ERA in 44 innings.
At Stetson, Austin Hale (BT ’16) is second on the team with a .294 average and 12 extra-base hits. Walker Sheller (BT ’15) remains dominant out of the bullpen, compiling a 0.77 ERA in 35 innings and 25 appearances. Logan Gilbert (BT ’16) has a 2.17 ERA making five starts and 17 total appearances.
Clayton Daniel (BT ’16) has been tearing it up for Jacksonville State. Before his last game on May 8th, Daniel was on a 22 game hit streak. Daniel has gotten a hit in 44 of his 48 games played, totaling 77 hits, including 20 extra base hits.