College Baseball Foundation - 2010 National All-Star Lineup - May 4th, 2010
 


  • *Matt* *Szczur* - Villanova

    The College Baseball Foundation specially recognizes Matt Szczur for both his on and off the field performance. After becoming just the 17th D-I player to hit for the cycle this season in a mid-week win over Temple, Szczur sat out the weekend conference series in preparation for a bone marrow donation to a 19-month leukemia patient in which the chance of a match was 1 in 80,000.


  • Nick Baligod - Oral Roberts

    Hit 4 homeruns, 5 doubles, and collected 12 RBI over the last week. Baligod was 15 for 19 (.789) from the plate and scored 7 runs.


  • Andrew Clark - Louisville

    Hit .600 with three home runs, 12 RBI, and a slugging percentage of 1.267. Clark%u2019s highlight came in the series finale against Rutgers when he went 4 for 4 with two homers, a three-run shot and a grand slam both in the first inning, along with a career best 8 RBI.


  • Clint Dempster - Nicholls State

    Threw a complete game and struck out 16 Southeastern Louisiana batters over the weekend. The junior gave up just one earned run on seven hits, while walking just two.


  • Bobby Doran - Texas Tech

    Struck out a career-high 16 batters during a conference win over Missouri. Doran threw 8.1 innings and improved to 4-2 on the season.


  • Aaron Hilt - Ashland University

    Threw a no-hitter in a 4-0 win over the weekend. Hilt struck out 10 and is currently riding a 16-inning scoreless streak, not allowing a run since April 14th. The sophomore has four wins, including two shutouts, in his 11 appearances this season.


  • Bryan Holaday - TCU

    Turned in a .524 (11 for 21) effort, finishing the week with 9 RBI, 8 runs scored, 5 doubles, 4 homers, and 2 walks. Nine of the 11 hits were for extra bases. Defensively, Holaday recorded 37 putouts without an error from his catcher%u2019s position.


  • Danny Hultzen - Virginia

    Tossed his first career complete game facing just five batters over the minimum in a road win over Duke. Hultzen went the distance striking out 13, while only allowing 3 runs on 4 hits. The sophomore retired 21 of the final 22 batters faced, 10 of which were by strikeout.


  • Justin LaTempa - Oregon

    Pitched a complete game, one-hit shutout and struck out 10 against Washington State. The senior carried a no-hitter into the eighth and became the first Duck to throw a shutout since baseball was reinstated at the university.


  • Jacob Perales - Texas A&M Corpus Christi

    Hit for the cycle in a mid-week game against UTPA, driving in four runs and scoring three. The junior had a 3 for 5 performance with 5 RBI on Wednesday, and was a triple short of a registering two consecutive cycle games. Overall, Perales hit .526 (10 for 17) with 3 homers, 13 RBI, and 8 runs scored.


  • Douglas Porras - Cal State Stanislaus

    Finished the week hitting .538 (7 for 13) with seven runs scored, four home runs, and 11 RBI. Porras set the school%u2019s single game record for homeruns and tied the CCAA mark, while breaking the conference record for single game RBI with 10.


  • Brent Seifert - Iowa Western

    Hit .680 (17 for 25) with 7 home runs, knocked in 16 runs, and scored 13 runs over eight games on the week.


  • Steve Snyder - Penn State

    Batted .667 in a series sweep of Michigan State, while driving in and scoring six runs over the three game set. Snyder stole three bases, hit a triple, a registered multiple hits in each of the week%u2019s contests.


  • Preston Springer - Wichita State

    Hit .565 (13 for 23) with nine runs scored, five doubles, three home runs, and fifteen RBI. Springer finished the week with five multiple hit games and an RBI in 4 of the 5 contests.


  • Martin Viramontes - Loyola Marymount

    Carried a no-hitter through two outs in the ninth en route to tossing a two-hit shutout against Saint Mary%u2019s. Viramontes gave up two hits and two walks while striking out 9.


  • T.J. Walz - Kansas

    Struck out a season high 11 and took a no-hitter into the ninth in a win over Oklahoma State. Walz held the second best hitting team in the Big 12 hitless over the first eight innings and retired 13 batters in a row after a two-out walk in the second.



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