Week #10 NCAA Division I College Baseball, Top Tier Alumni Roundup

by: Griffin Phelps
High School Director

Week #10: NCAA Division I College Baseball, Top Tier Alumni Roundup
Week 10 certainly had some highlights from Top Tier alums. Robby McGaha made a huge return to the lineup for USC-Upstate this week. Sean Sinisko looked dominant for Illinois State in his start. Cam Redding continued to show his power stroke off as did Bobby Seymour. Here are the highlights from Week 10 from all of our Top Tier alums:

Division I Player of the Week:

Robby McGaha
, OF, USC-Upstate

The outfielder made his way back into the lineup for USC-Upstate this past week, and he did not waste his opportunity. He recorded 6 hits on the week, scored 2 runs, knocked in 7 RBI’s, and even swiped a bag to round out his impressive performance.

The Best of the Rest for Week #10

Cam Redding, C/1B, Saint Louis

Cam started two games behind the dish this week, and another two games at first for the Bilikens this past week. He went 4-17 with 2 triples, a homerun, 3 runs scored, and 4 runs batted in.

Sean Sinisko, LHP, Illinois State

The big lefthander had a great start this past week for the Redbirds. He pitched 7 shutout innings, giving up no walks and only 5 hits. He struck out 6 to get the win and move to 4-3 on the year.

Bobby Seymour, 1B, Wake Forest

The big lefty hitter had a strong week at the dish. He totaled 5 hits, including 2 doubles and another homerun. He knocked in 5 RBI’s and scored 3 runs as he continues to put charges into baseballs.

Andrew Hoffmann, RHP, Illinois

Working as Illinois’ Friday starter, Hoffmann picked up another win. He went 6 strong innings, giving up only 1 hit, and 1 walk and striking out 4. Andrew continues to generate strong draft interest after each outing.

Austin Ehren, OF, Belmont

The outfielder found himself starting 3 out of 4 games this week for Belmont, and even made a pinch hit appearance in the lone game he came off the bench. On the week he hit 3 for 10 with 2 runs batted in and 4 runs scored. He also managed to work 3 walks over the weekend.

Keaton Rice, C, Bradley

Rice had another productive weekend for Bradley. He went 2 for 7, with a double and 4 runs batted in. He was an on-base machine with 3 more walks and a HBP, scoring 4 runs on the weekend as well.

Jacob Nagel, RHP, Ballarmine

Nagel, the Saturday starter for Bellarmine this past week. He got himself back in the good column, picking up the win against North Alabama. He went 6.2 innings with 5 strikeouts and 3 walks. He scattered 9 hits, giving up 2 earned runs. The win moves him to 2-3 on the year. He is also in the running for best mustache in D1 baseball.

Dawson Place
, RHP, High Point

The big righty had multiple relief appearances last week for High Point. The first outing was rough, ultimately getting charged with the loss. He bounced back strong on the weekend for conference play though, going a strong 3.1 innings out of the pen, giving up 4 hits and 2 runs with 2 strikeouts and zero walks to record the hold.

Ryan Howe, INF, Purdue

Howe started all 3 games for the Boilermakers last week. He ended up going 2 for 11 with a homerun, 3 RBI’s and 2 runs scored.

Ryan Altenberger, MIF, Xavier

Altenberger started all 4 games for Xavier. He ended the week going 6 for 15 with a double and 4 runs scored. He bolstered his OBP with a couple walks and a couple HBP’s on the week as well.

Zach Fricke
, RHP, Valpo

Fricke had a fantastic start this past week. He threw 6 dominant innings, giving up no earned runs on 4 hits. He struck out 9 and walked only 1 on his way to getting the win.

Stephen Hill, 3B, Morehead State

Hill continued to start at the hot corner for Morehead State. He went 3 for 11 with 2 doubles, 2 RBI’s, and 2 runs scored. He also got on base via a HBP and a couple walks.

Kevin Davis, RHP, USC-Upstate

The large reliever had multiple outings over the week. All in all, he threw 2.3 innings, giving up 0 runs on 2 hits and 3 walks, and recorded 2 strikeouts.

Hank Christie, RHP, Northwestern

The righty for the Wildcats found himself back in action after a brief layoff. He came out of the pen for the Wildcats, throwing 2 innings of shutout baseball, collecting 2 strikeouts and 2 walks and zero hits against.

Jacob Rosenkrantz, RHP, Valpo

The right handed reliever made a nice appearance for Valpo this week. He threw one shutout inning, recording 1 strikeout.

Garrett Goetz, INF, Stephen F. Austin

The infielder found a start for the Lumberjacks and made the most out of it. He ended up 1-2 with a HBP.

Ryan Hampe, C, Illinois

Hampe started 2 games this past week, and also found a pinch hit at-bat as well. Overall, he went 3 for 8 with a double, 2 walks, 1 run scored and 2 runs batted in.

Kellen Sarver
, 1B, Illinois

The first baseman had another productive week for the Fighting Illini. He racked up 4 RBI’s and 2 runs scored and hit another home run.

Hunter Mink, RHP, Florida

Mink had another impressive outing for Florida, coming out of the pen. He threw a clean inning against Auburn, giving up no runs on no hits, no walks and 2 strikeouts.

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