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Baseball Weekly Release - Week 10

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PRINCETON, N.J. -- One playoff ain’t enough Jack, you better make it two.

For the first time since the Ivy League went to a divisional format in 1993, the Gehrig and Rolfe Division winners will each be decided by a one-game playoff, with the winners advancing to the Championship Series on Saturday, May 10.

Columbia (24-17, 15-5 Ivy) and Penn (24-16, 15-5 Ivy) entered the weekend tied for first in the Gehrig Division and exited the weekend tied for first in the Gehrig Division after splitting their four-game set.

Yale (19-21, 11-9 Ivy) started the weekend with a two-game lead over Dartmouth (17-19, 11-9 Ivy), but the Bulldogs split their four game series with Brown (13-24, 6-14 Ivy) and the Big Green swept its four-game series with Harvard (11-28, 5-15 Ivy) to move into a tie in the division.

Cornell (18-21, 9-11 Ivy) closed out its Ivy slate by taking three of four from Princeton (14-26, 8-12 Ivy).

Penn will host Columbia on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. thanks to its 4-0 combined record against Dartmouth and Yale, who have the next best record outside of the tie. The Lions went 1-3 against the Big Green and Bulldogs. Dartmouth will host Yale on Sunday at noon thanks to its 3-1 mark against its Rolfe Division opponent. The Championship Series will be hosted by the Columbia-Penn winner, as both the Lions and Quakers have a better Ivy League record than Dartmouth or Yale.

It marks the first tie in the Gehrig Division since 2009, when Cornell defeated Princeton in a one-game playoff, and the first in the Rolfe Division since 2002, when Harvard held off Brown to advance to the Championship Series.

The storylines out of the playoffs are numerous. There could be a rematch of last year’s Championship Series between Columbia and Dartmouth, which would mean the Lions are back for the second-straight year for the first time in their program’s history or Dartmouth returns for a League-record seventh-straight season. Penn could make its first trip to the Championship Series since 2007 and Yale could punch its first ticket since 1995.

PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Columbia junior outfielder Gus Craig (Eugene, Ore.) had seven RBI over five games last week, but none were more important than the three he knocked in during the Lions’ 5-2 win in the final game of the four-game set against Penn that tied the series and forced a one-game playoff for the right to play in the Championship Series.

Craig batted .632 on the week (12-for-19) with three doubles, four runs and seven RBI. He hit 8-for-12 (.667) in the Lions’ three wins last week with four runs and five RBI. Craig takes home his first career Ivy League weekly award and becomes the second Lion to be named Player of the Week this year, joining Jordan Serena, who shared the honor with Dartmouth’s Jeff Keller on March 4.

Craig’s Weekly Stats
5 GP, .632 AVG. (12-for-19), .947 Slugging %, .650 OBP, 4 Runs, 3 2B, 1 HR, 7 RBI

PITCHER OF THE WEEK
Columbia senior lefty David Speer (Westport, Conn.) has made it a habit of pitching complete game shutouts this season, with five and three, respectively. His pitching was a key factor in the Lions’ split with Penn to force a one-game playoff, as he allowed just six base runners total in a 6-0 victory for Columbia. He struck out seven over his seven innings of work, giving up just five hits while walking one. His victory was the Lions’ 15th-straight, a program record.

Speer takes home his second career Ivy League weekly award, as he also was named Pitcher of the Week earlier this season, on March 4.

Speer’s Weekly Stats
1 APP, 1 GS, 1 CG, 7.0 IP, 5 Hits, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 7 K, 0.00 ERA, 1-0

CO-ROOKIES OF THE WEEK
A pair of freshman pitched like veterans last week, as Brown’s Christian Taugner and Dartmouth’s Mike Concato each posted complete game shutouts.

Taugner (Roselle, Ill.) limited Yale to just five hits and six baserunners while striking out a career-high 10 in a 7-0 Brown victory. He had two 1-2-3 innings and only twice allowed a baserunner to get to second-base. Taugner was also named Rookie of the Week on March 11, the first Bear to receive the honor twice since Will Marcal in 2012.

Taugner’s Weekly Stats
1 APP, 1 GS, 1 CG, 7.0 IP, 5 Hits, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 10 K, 0.00 ERA, 1-0

Concato (Woodbridge, Conn.) got the start in the first game of a double header against Harvard that the Big Green needed to sweep in order to force a one-game playoff for the Rolfe Division title. He did not disappoint, tossing his second-consecutive shutout in a 9-0 Dartmouth victory. Concato allowed seven hits and eight base runners over seven innings, striking out three. He matched the Crimson starter for five innings as the two teams were in a scoreless duel, including getting out of a bases-loaded jam with one out in the third, and then Dartmouth’s bats came alive with nine runs in the sixth.  

Concato is the first Dartmouth pitcher in the last 26 years to throw two complete-game shutouts in one season. He is the first Big Green pitcher to receive two Rookie of the Week awards in Dartmouth program history.

Concato’s Weekly Stats
1 APP, 1 GS, 1 CG, 7.0 IP, 7 Hits, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 3 K, 0.00 ERA, 1-0

HONOR ROLL
Danny Baer, Princeton (Fr., OF – Edina, Minn.)
4 GP, .375 AVG. (6-for-16), .375 Slugging %, .412 OBP, 3 Runs, 1 RBI, 1 BB

Greg Coman, Harvard (Fr., LHP – Setauket, N.Y.)
1 APP, 1 GS, 5.0 IP, 2 Hits, 1 BB, 4 K, 0.00 ERA, 1-0

J.J. Franco, Brown (Sr., INF – New York)
4 GP, .529 AVG. (9-for-17), .824 Slugging %, .556 OBP, 8 Runs, 2 2B, 1 HR, 4 RBI, 1 SB

Ronnie Glenn, Penn (Jr., LHP – Lake Worth, Fla.)
1 APP, 1 GS, 1 CG, 7.0 IP, 8 Hits, 2 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 3 K, 2.57 ERA, 1-0

Matt Greskoff, Penn (So., OF – Paoli, Pa.)
3 GP, .455 AVG. (5-for-11), .727 Slugging %, .455 OBP, 3 Runs, 3 2B, 5 RBI

Brent Jones, Cornell (Jr., RHP – Albuquerque, N.M.)
1 APP, 1 GS, 8.0 IP, 5 Hits, 1 R, 1 ER, 7 K, 1.12 ERA, ND

Ryan Karl, Cornell (Jr., INF/OF – Towaco, N.J.)
5 GP, .350 AVG. (7-for-20), .850 Slugging %, .381 OBP, 4 Runs, 1 2B, 3 HR, 7 RBI, 1 BB

Jeff Keller, Dartmouth (Sr., OF – Atherton, Calif.)
5 GP, .389 AVG. (7-for-18), .722 Slugging %, .450 OBP, 7 Runs, 4 2B, 1 HR, 5 RBI, 1 BB, 1 SB

Jake McGuiggan, Harvard (Jr., SS – Hingham, Mass.)
4 GP, .308 AVG. (4-for-13), .615 Slugging %, .400 OBP, 2 Runs, 1 2B, 1 HR, 2 RBI, 2 BB

Duncan Robinson, Dartmouth (So., RHP – Houston)
2 APP, 6.2 IP, 4 Hits, 2 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 5 K, 1.35 ERA, 1 Sv., 1-0

Thomas Roulis, Dartmouth (Jr., INF – New Hyde Park, N.Y.)
5 GP, .389 AVG. (7-for-18), .556 Slugging %, 5 Runs, 1 2B, 1 3B, 7 RBI

Will Savage, Columbia (Fr., INF – Bronx, N.Y.)
5 GP, .368 AVG. (7-for-19), .368 Slugging %, .429 OBP, 3 Runs, 1 RBI, 1 BB, 1 SB

Luke Strieber, Princeton (So., RHP/DH – Boerne, Texas)
1 APP, 1 GS, 6.0 IP, 5 Hits, 3 R, 3 ER, 2 BB, 7 K, 4.50 ERA, 1-0

Paul Tupper, Princeton (Fr., OF – Milford, Conn.)
5 GP, .368 AVG. (7-for-19), .421 Slugging %, .455 OBP, 3 Runs, 1 2B, 1 RBI, 2 BB

Jordan Winawer, Cornell (So., OF – Mountain View, Calif.)
5 GP, .450 AVG. (9-for-20), .650 Slugging %, .522 OBP, 4 Runs, 2 2B, 1 3B, 1 RBI, 3 BB, 3 SB

UPCOMING SCHEDULE
Sunday, May 4
Yale at Dartmouth, 12 pm [IVY]

Saturday, May 3
Columbia at Penn, 1 pm

Saturday, May 10
Ivy League Championship Series
Dartmouth/Yale at Columbia/Penn, TBA

KEY
IVY-Streamed on The Ivy League® Digital Network

2014 PLAYER OF THE WEEK
March 4 – Jordan Serena, Columbia (Jr., INF/OF – Parker, Colo.)/Jeff Keller, Dartmouth (Sr., OF – Atherton, Calif.)
March 11 – Tom D'Alessandro, Cornell (Sr., IF/OF – Dix Hills, N.Y.)
March 18 – Ryan Karl, Cornell (Jr., IF/OF – Towaco, N.J.)
March 25 – Gary Tesch, Penn (So., OF – Cypress, Texas)
April 1 – Rick Brebner, Penn (Sr., OF – Langhorne, Pa.)
April 8 – Rick Brebner, Penn (Sr., OF – Langhorne, Pa.)
April 15 – Thomas Roulis, Dartmouth (Jr., 2B – New Hyde Park, N.Y.)
April 22 – Austin Bossart, Penn (Jr., C – O’Fallon, Ill.)
April 29 – Gus Craig, Columbia (Jr., OF – Eugene, Ore.)

2014 PITCHER OF THE WEEK
March 4 – David Speer, Columbia (Sr., LHP – Westport, Conn.)
March 11 – Christian Taugner, Brown (Fr., RHP – Roselle, Ill.)
March 18 – Kevin Roy, Columbia (So., RHP – Houston)
March 25 – Duncan Robinson, Dartmouth (So., RHP – Houston)/Michael Fagan, Princeton (Sr., LHP – San Diego)
April 1 – Jonathan York, Princeton (Sr., IF/OF – Atlanta)/Chris Lanham, Yale (So., RHP – Houston)
April 8 – Chris Moates, Yale (So., RHP – Smithville, Ga.)
April 15 – Dave St. Lawrence, Brown (Jr., RHP – Thompson, Conn.)/Chris Lanham, Yale (So., RHP – Houston)
April 22 – Chris Lanham, Yale (So., RHP – Houston)
April 29 – David Speer, Columbia (Sr., LHP – Westport, Conn.)

2014 ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
March 4 – Nick Hernandez, Princeton (Fr., 1B – Miami)
March 11 – Christian Taugner, Brown (Fr., RHP – Roselle, Ill.)/Danny Baer, Princeton (Fr., OF – Edina, Minn.)
March 18 – Paul Tupper, Princeton (Fr., OF – Milford, Conn.)
March 25 – Marc Sredojevic, Brown (Fr., INF – Mendham, N.J.)
April 1 – Will Savage, Columbia (Fr., INF – Bronx, N.Y.)
April 8 – Will Savage, Columbia (Fr., INF – Bronx, N.Y.)
April 15 – Jordan Winawer, Cornell (So., OF – Mountain View, Calif.)
April 22 – Will Savage, Columbia (Fr., INF – Bronx, N.Y.)/Mike Concato, Dartmouth (Fr., RHP – Woodbridge, Conn.)
April 29 – Christian Taugner, Brown (Fr., RHP – Roselle, Ill.)/Mike Concato, Dartmouth (Fr., RHP – Woodbridge, Conn.)

2014 HONOR ROLL
March 4 – Robert Baldwin, Yale (Fr., C – Austin, Texas); Austin Bossart, Penn (Jr., C – O'Fallon, Ill.); Jack Colton, Harvard (Jr., OF – Milton, Mass.); Connor Cuff, Penn (Jr., RHP – Western Springs, Ill.); Chasen Ford, Yale (Fr., RHP – Lake Forest, Calif.); Nick Gruener, Harvard (Fr., RHP – Miami); Brent Jones, Cornell (Jr., RHP – Albuquerque, N.M.); Beau Sulser, Dartmouth (So., RHP – Santa Ysabel, Calif.); JD Whetsel, Cornell (Jr., OF – Liberty Township, Ohio)
March 11 – Kyle Bartelman, Columbia (Fr., INF – Chicago); Michael Byrne, Cornell (So., LHP – Vienna, Va.); Jake Cousins, Penn (Fr., RHP – West Chicago, Ill.); Connor Cuff, Penn (Jr., RHP – Western Springs, Ill.); Joey Donino, Columbia (Sr., RHP – Avon, Conn.); Michael Fagan, Princeton (Sr., LHP – San Diego); Marshall Harden, Penn (So., INF – Burlington, N.J.); Rob Paller, Columbia (So., OF – Brooklyn, N.Y.); Sean Poppen, Harvard (So., RHP – Chesapeake, Va.)
March 18 –Robert Baldwin, Yale (Jr., C – Austin, Texas); Logan Boyher, Columbia (So., C – Chesterfield, Mo.); Michael Byrne, Cornell (So., LHP – Vienna, Va.); Green Campbell, Yale (Jr., IF – Shreveport, La.); Dan Gautieri, Penn (Jr., RHP – Roseland, N.J.); Jack Hartman, Penn (Fr., LHP – Studio City, Calif.); Jeff McGarry, Penn (Jr., RHP/INF – Mount Laurel, N.J.); Sean Poppen, Harvard (So., RHP – Chesapeake, Va.)
Tiger Smith, Cornell (Fr., RHP – Dallas); Keelan Smithers, Princeton (Fr., LHP – Framingham, Mass.); Lucas Whitehill, Brown (Sr., RHP – Manhattan Beach, Calif.)
March 25 – Dan Gautieri, Penn (Jr., RHP – Roseland, N.J.); Nick Gruener, Harvard (Fr., RHP – Miami); Jack Hartman, Penn (Fr., LHP – Studio City, Calif.); Connor Kaufman, Cornell (Sr., RHP – Midloathian, Va.); Michael Ketchmark, Dartmouth (Fr., IF/OF – Dallas); Kyle Larrow, Harvard (Sr., 2B – Carver, Mass.); Sean Poppen, Harvard (So., RHP – Chesapeake, Va.); Joe Purritano, Dartmouth (So., DH – Woodcliff Lake, N.J.); Robb Paller, Columbia (So., OF – Brooklyn, N.Y.); Chad Powers, Princeton (Fr., IF/RHP – La Canada, Calif.; Christian Taugner, Brown (Fr., RHP – Roselle, Ill.); George Thanopoulos, Columbia (So., RHP – Highland, Calif.); Harrison White, Yale (Fr., IF – Laguna Niguel, Calif.)
April 1 – Robert Baldwin, Yale (Jr., C – Austin Texas); Zack Belski, Princeton (Fr., INF – Missouri City, Texas); Dan Gautieri, Penn (Jr., RHP – Roseland, N.J.); Matt Hall, Cornell (Jr., C – Carlsbad, Calif.); Danny Hoy, Princeton (So., INF – Sellersville, Pa.)
Kyle Larrow, Harvard (Sr., 2B – Carver, Mass.); Mike Reitcheck, Penn (Fr., LHP – Crystal Lake, Ill.); Duncan Robinson, Dartmouth (So., RHP – Houston); Nick Ruppert, Dartmouth (So., OF – La Mesa, Calif.); Tiger Smith, Cornell (Fr., RHP – Dallas); George Thanopoulos, Columbia (So., RHP – Highland, Calif.); David Vandercook, Columbia (Jr., INF – Boca Raton, Fla.)
April 8 – Danny Baer, Princeton (Fr., OF – Edina, Minn.); Paul Balestrieri, Cornell (Fr., RHP – West Windsor, N.J.); Chris Cruz, Cornell (Sr., OF – Bay Shore, N.Y.); Connor Cuff, Penn (Jr., RHP – Western Springs, Ill.); Michael Fagan, Princeton (Sr., LHP – San Diego); Chasen Ford, Yale (Fr., RHP – Lake Forest, Calif.); Mitchell Hammonds, Penn (Fr., RHP – Marietta, Ga.); Brent Jones, Cornell (Jr., RHP – Albuquerque, N.M.); Alec Keller, Princeton (Sr., INF/OF – Richmond, Va.); Dan Kerr, Brown (Jr., INF – Westfield, N.J.); Chris Lanham, Yale (So., RHP – Houston); Mike Martin, Harvard (Jr., OF – Buffalo Grove, Ill.); Kevin Roy, Columbia (So., RHP – Houston); Nick Ruppert, Dartmouth (So., OF – La Mesa, Calif.); Beau Selser, Dartmouth (So., RHP – Santa Ysabel, Calif.); David Vandercook, Columbia (Jr., INF – Boca Raton, Fla.)
April 15 – Zack Belski, Princeton (Fr., INF – Missouri City, Texas); Chris Burkholder, Dartmouth (Fr., RHP – Monrovia, Calif.); Michael Byrne, Cornell (So., LHP – Vienna, Va.); Thomas Crispi, Columbia (So., LHP – Needham, Mass.); Michael Fagan, Princeton (Sr., LHP – San Diego); Mike Fischer, Columbia (Sr., C – Scotia, N.Y.)
Tim Graul, Penn (Fr., C – East Greenwich, R.I.); Kyle Larrow, Harvard (Sr., 2B – Carver, Mass.); David Massey, Brown (Sr., OF – Greensboro, N.C.); Ryan Mincher, Penn (So., INF – Glenshaw, Pa.); Will Savage, Columbia (Fr., INF – Bronx, N.Y.); Dustin Selzer, Dartmouth (Sr., 1B – Houston); Richard Slenker, Yale (Fr., INF – Pound Ridge, N.Y.); Beau Sulser, Dartmouth (So., RHP – Santa Ysabel, Calif.); Cody Thomson, Penn (Sr., RHP – Thousand Oaks, Calif.)
April 22 – Nate Adams, Yale (So., IF/OF – St. Louis); Danny Baer, Princeton (Fr., OF – Edina, Minn.); Derek Brown, Yale (Fr., IF – Houston); Michael Byrne, Cornell (So., LHP – Vienna, Va.); Gus Craig, Columbia (Jr., OF – Eugene, Ore.); Connor Cuff, Penn (Jr., LHP – Western Springs, Ill.); Ronnie Glenn, Penn (Jr., LHP – Lake Worth, Fla.); Nick Gruener, Harvard (Fr., RHP – Miami); Robert Henry, Brown (Fr., OF – Cranston, R.I.); Alec Keller, Princeton (Sr., IF/OF – Richmond, Va.); Brandon Kregel, Harvard (Jr., OF – Lilburn, Ga.); Daniel Massey, Brown (Sr., OF – Greensboro, N.C.); Sean Poppen, Harvard (So., RHP – Chesapeake, Va.); Chad Powers, Princeton (Fr., IF/RHP – La Cañada, Calif.); Joe Purritano, Dartmouth (So., DH – Woodcliff Lake, N.J.); Mike Reitcheck, Penn (Fr., LHP – Crystal Lake, Ill.); Kevin Roy, Columbia (So., RHP – Houston); Richard Slenker, Yale (Fr., IF – Pound Ridge, N.Y.); Jordan Winawer, Cornell (So., OF – Mountain View, Calif.)
April 29 – Danny Baer, Princeton (Fr., OF – Edina, Minn.); Greg Coman, Harvard (Fr., LHP – Setauket, N.Y.); J.J. Franco, Brown (Sr., INF – New York); Ronnie Glenn, Penn (Jr., LHP – Lake Worth, Fla.); Matt Greskoff, Penn (So., OF – Paoli, Pa.); Brent Jones, Cornell (Jr., RHP – Albuquerque, N.M.); Ryan Karl, Cornell (Jr., INF/OF – Towaco, N.J.); Jeff Keller, Dartmouth (Sr., OF – Atherton, Calif.); Jake McGuiggan, Harvard (Jr., SS – Hingham, Mass.); Duncan Robinson, Dartmouth (So., RHP – Houston); Thomas Roulis, Dartmouth (Jr., INF – New Hyde Park, N.Y.); Will Savage, Columbia (Fr., INF – Bronx, N.Y.); Luke Strieber, Princeton (So., RHP/DH – Boerne, Texas); Paul Tupper, Princeton (Fr., OF – Milford, Conn.); Jordan Winawer, Cornell (So., OF – Mountain View, Calif.)

AWARD HISTORY
Player of the Week

School Last Occurrence Player
Brown April 23, 2013* Wes Van Boom
Columbia April 29, 2014 Gus Craig
Cornell March 11, 2014 Tom D'Alessandro
Dartmouth April 15, 2014 Thomas Roulis
Harvard April 24, 2012 Jeff Reynolds
Penn April 22, 2014 Austin Bossart
Princeton April 9, 2013 Mike Ford
Yale March 13, 2012 Kevin Fortunato

Pitcher of the Week

School Last Occurrence Player
Brown April 15, 2014*
Dave St. Lawrence
Columbia April 29, 2014
David Speer
Cornell April 24, 2012*
Connor Kaufmann
Dartmouth March 25, 2014*
Duncan Robinson
Harvard April 23, 2013
Tanner Anderson
Penn April 2, 2013
Connor Cuff
Princeton March 25, 2014*
Michael Fagan
Yale April 22, 2014
Chris Lanham

Rookie of the Week

School Last Occurrence Player
Brown April 29, 2014*
Christian Taugner
Columbia April 22, 2014*
Will Savage
Cornell April 15, 2014
Jordan Winawer
Dartmouth April 29, 2014*
Mike Concato
Harvard March 26, 2013*
Sean Poppen
Penn March 26, 2013*
Michael Vilardo
Princeton March 18, 2014
Paul Tupper
Yale March 13, 2012
David Troups

Gone Streaking
Hitting

Player Team Streak
Alec Keller Princeton 13
Robb Paller Columbia 12
JD Whetsel Cornell 11
Ethan Ferreira
Harvard
11
Zack Belski Prineton 11
Nick Ruppert Dartmouth 10
Austin Bossart Penn 10
Richard Slenker Yale 10

*-Current (as of April 29)

Reached Base

Player Team Streak
JD Whetsel Cornell 19
Mike Martin Harvard 19
Brandon Engelhardt
Penn
19
Jeff Keller Dartmouth 18
J.J. Franco Brown 17*
Rob Paller Columbia 15
Danny Hoy Princeton 15
Mike Fischer Columbia 14
Jeff McGarry Penn 14
Richard Slenker Yale 14
Aaron Silbar
Columbia
13
Tom D'Alessandro Cornell 13
Rick Brebner Penn 13
Michael Vilardo Penn 13
Alec Keller Princeton 13

*-Current (as of April 29)


National Rankings
Team (top-40 as of April 27)

Category Team Rank Actual
Doubles Per Game Penn 14
2.08
Doubles Penn 31 83.0
Triples Per Game Dartmouth 21
0.38
Home Runs Per Game Penn 12 0.8
Home Runs Penn 15 32.0
Slugging Percentage Penn 15
0.423
Strikeouts Per Nine Innings Columbia 27
7.7
Fielding Percentage Dartmouth 6
0.98
Shutouts
Columbia 7
8.0

Yale 31
5.0

Individual (top-40 as of April 27)

Category Name Team Rank Actual
Doubles Per Game Jeff Keller
Dartmouth
8
0.44
Triples
Alec Keller Princeton 37 4.0
Home Runs Per Game Ryan Karl
Cornell 22 0.23
Home Runs Ryan Karl
Cornell 21 9.0
Stolen Bases Per Game Jordan Serena
Columbia 21
0.53
Stolen Bases Jordan Serena Columbia 24 21.0
Hit By Pitch Per Game Brandon Engelhardt Penn 36
0.38
Earned Run Average Connor Cuff Penn
24
1.34
Victories Chris Lanham Yale 36 7.0
Strikeouts Per Nine Innings
Michael Fagan
Princeton 4
11.95
Strikeouts Michael Fagan Princeton 23
77.0
Walks Allowed Per Nine Innings David Speer Columbia 3 0.43
  Connor Cuff
Penn 34
1.19
Strikeout-to-Walk Ratio David Speer
Columbia 2 17.67
  Connor Cuff Penn 29 5.88
  Christian Taugner Brown 39 5.44
WHIP David Speer Columbia 40 0.94
Complete Games
Connor Cuff
Penn 4 5.0
  David Speer
Columbia 4 5.0
  Dave St. Lawrence
Brown 4 5.0
  Three players   25 3.0