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Baseball Weekly Release - Week 9

From L-R: Penn's Austin Bossart, Yale's Chris Lanham, Columbia's Will Savage, Dartmouth's Mike Concato

Updated Baseball Statistics in pdf format

Photos courtesy of Columbia Sports Information/Media Relations, Dartmouth Athletics Communications, Penn Athletic Communications and Yale Sports Publicity

PRINCETON, N.J. -- One final weekend of Ivy League baseball action will determine which teams will earn berths to the Championship Series.

Maybe.

Five teams remain in contention for the two spots, including three squads that are still in the running for the Rolfe Division title: Yale, Dartmouth and Harvard.

Yale (17-19, 9-7 Ivy) controls its own destiny, as it just needs to win at least three of four against Brown (10-20, 4-12 Ivy) to hold off Dartmouth (12-19, 7-9 Ivy), which is a mere two games behind the Bulldogs. The Big Green need to win at least three of four against Harvard and get some help from the Bears in order to tie or overtake Yale. The Crimson (10-24, 5-11 Ivy) could sneak in and take the title with a sweep of the Big Green and a sweep of Yale by Brown.

The race to the Gehrig Division title is slightly less convoluted. Columbia (21-15, 13-3 Ivy) and Penn (22-14, 13-3 Ivy) are tied for first and play a four game set this weekend, two in New York and two in Philadelphia. The Lions are looking for their second-straight Championship Series berth, while the Quakers are hoping to make their first appearance since 2007.

Columbia pulled into a tie with Penn thanks to a four-game sweep of Cornell (15-19, 6-10 Ivy), the Lions’ first since 1994, and the Quakers’ 2-2 split at Princeton (12-22, 7-9 Ivy).

A tie in either division would result in a one-game playoff to determine which team advances to the Championship Series. Any playoff games would take place on the Friday, Saturday or Sunday following the final weekend of the regular season at the team that owns the tiebreaker. If that were to happen, the Championship Series would shift to the following weekend, May 10-11.

If Columbia and Penn split this weekend, the tiebreaker to host the playoff would go to record against the team with the highest League winning percentage regardless of division.

If Dartmouth and Yale end up tied, the Big Green will host the playoff thanks to its 3-1 record against the Bulldogs.

The Championship Series is guaranteed to be hosted by the Gehrig Division winner, as whichever team finishes on top will have a better record than the Rolfe Division winner.

The Ivy League® Digital Network is your source to catch all the exciting action this weekend. All four of the games between Penn and Columbia will be on the network, along with all four contests between Cornell and Princeton. The audio feed of Saturday’s doubleheader between Brown and Yale will be available along with a live video stream of Sunday’s double-header between Harvard and Dartmouth.

PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Penn junior catcher Austin Bossart (O’Fallon, Ill.) had a stellar week at the plate, batting 11-for-16 (.611) with a double, a home run, six runs and four RBI. He slugged .833 and walked twice for an OBP of .696, as Penn split a pair of double headers at Princeton to move into a tie for first-place in the Gehrig Division with Columbia. Bossart recorded a hit in each of the five games last week, including a 4-for-5, one-double, two-RBI, one-run performance in the second game against Princeton on Saturday.

Bossart takes home his second career Player of the Week honor and first of the season. Penn has received four Player of the Week awards in the past five weeks. The four honors this year marks the most for the Quakers in a single season in their program’s history.

Bossart’s Weekly Stats
5 GP, .611 AVG. (11-for-16), .833 Slugging %, .696 OBP, 6 Runs, 1 2B, 1 HR, 4 RBI, 2 BB

PITCHER OF THE WEEK
For the fourth-straight week, Yale has received Pitcher of the Week. For the third time in those four weeks, the honor goes to sophomore Chris Lanham (Houston), who pitched a gem in a 1-0 win over Harvard. Lanham went the distance and allowed just two hits as the Bulldogs won in extra innings on Robert Baldwin’s sac fly RBI in the bottom of the eighth. Lanham struck out five and picked up his third complete game of the season.

Lanham is the first Bulldog to earn three Pitcher of the Week honors in one season in program history and the first Ivy to do so since Cornell’s Connor Kauffman in 2012. Yale is the first team to receive Pitcher of the Week on four consecutive weeks since Dartmouth in 2000.

Lanham’s Weekly Stats
1 APP, 1 GS, 1 CG, 8.0 IP, 2 Hits, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 5 K, 0.00 ERA, 1-0

CO-ROOKIES OF THE WEEK
Columbia freshman infielder Will Savage (Bronx, N.Y.) has been a key component to his team’s program-record 13-game winning streak, batting .451 (23-for-51) during that stretch with 14 runs, four doubles, one triple and eight RBI. Last week, as Columbia went 5-0, Savage batted 8-for-20 (.400) with four runs and three RBI. He hit three doubles for a slugging percentage of .550 and swiped four bases.

Savage is Columbia’s first-ever three-time Rookie of the Week recipient.

Savage’s Weekly Stats
5 GP, .400 AVG. (8-for-20), .550 Slugging %, .400 OBP, 4 Runs, 3 2B, 3 RBI, 4 SB

Dartmouth freshman pitcher Mike Concato (Woodbridge, Conn.) made sure his first collegiate victory was a memorable one, pitching a complete-game, four-hit shutout of Brown. Concato allowed a leadoff double to start the game and then proceeded to retire 15 of the next 16 batters. He got out of a two-on, one-out jam in the bottom of the sixth after inducing an inning-ending double play, and then got a foul pop for the last out of the game after Brown had loaded the bases in the seventh. Concato struck out a season-high six batters in the win.

Concato is the first Big Green to take home Rookie of the Week honors this season.

Concato's Weekly Stats
1 APP, 1 GS, 1 CG, 7.0 IP, 4 Hits, 0 R, 0 ER, 3 BB, 6 K, 0.00 ERA, 1-0

HONOR ROLL
Nate Adams, Yale (So., IF/OF – St. Louis)
5 GP, .455 AVG. (5-for-11), .636 Slugging %, .500 OBP, 2 Runs, 1 3B, 3 RBI, 1 BB, 1 SB

Danny Baer, Princeton (Fr., OF – Edina, Minn.)
6 GP, .300 AVG. (6-for-20), .300 Slugging %, .333 OBP, 3 Runs, 1 RBI, 1 BB

Derek Brown, Yale (Fr., IF – Houston)
4 GP, .400 AVG. (4-for-10), .400 Slugging %, .455 OBP, 4 Runs, 1 BB, 1 SB

Michael Byrne, Cornell (So., LHP – Vienna, Va.)
1 APP, 1 GS, 1 CG, 7.0 IP, 2 Hits, 2 R, 1 ER, 3 BB, 8 K, 1.29 ERA, 1-0

Gus Craig, Columbia (Jr., OF – Eugene, Ore.)
5 GP, .462 AVG. (6-for-13), .769 Slugging %, .500 OBP, 4 Runs, 1 2B, 1 HR, 6 RBI, 2 SB

Connor Cuff, Penn (Jr., LHP – Western Springs, Ill.)
1 APP, 1 GS, 1 CG, 7.0 IP, 4 Hits, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 7 K, 0.00 ERA, 1-0

Ronnie Glenn, Penn (Jr., LHP – Lake Worth, Fla.)
1 APP, 1 GS, 6.0 IP, 5 Hits, 0 R, 0 ER, 3 BB, 10 K, 0.00 ERA, 1-0

Nick Gruener, Harvard (Fr., RHP – Miami)
1 APP, 1 GS, 1 CG, 7.0 IP, 5 Hits, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 4 K, 2.57 ERA, 1-0

Robert Henry, Brown (Fr., OF – Cranston, R.I.)
5 GP, .300 AVG. (6-for-20), .400 Slugging %, .364 OBP, 3 Runs, 2 2B, 1 RBI, 1 BB, 1 SB

Alec Keller, Princeton (Sr., IF/OF – Richmond, Va.)
6 GP, .500 AVG. (10-for-20), .950 Slugging %, .583 OBP, 3 Runs, 1 2B, 1 3B, 2 HR, 8 RBI, 2 BB, 1 SB

Brandon Kregel, Harvard (Jr., OF – Lilburn, Ga.)
6 GP, .400 AVG. (8-for-20), .600 Slugging %, .478 OBP, 5 Runs, 4 2B, 3 RBI, 3 BB, 2 SB

Daniel Massey, Brown (Sr., OF – Greensboro, N.C.)
5 GP, .353 AVG. (6-for-17), .765 Slugging %, .421 OBP, 3 Runs, 1 2B, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 2 BB

Sean Poppen, Harvard (So., RHP – Chesapeake, Va.)
2 APP, 2 GS, 1 CG, 13.2 IP, 13 Hits, 3 R, 3 ER, 5 BB, 13 K, 1.98 ERA, 1 ND, 0-1

Chad Powers, Princeton (Fr., IF/RHP – La Cañada, Calif.)
1 APP, 1 GS, 1 CG, 7.0 IP, 4 Hits, 2 R, 1 ER, 4 BB, 2 K, 1.29 ERA, 0-1
3 GP, .167 AVG. (1-for-6), .333 Slugging %, .167 OBP, 1 2B, 2 RBI

Joe Purritano, Dartmouth (So., DH – Woodcliff Lake, N.J.)
4 GP, .429 AVG. (6-for-14), .857 Slugging %, .500 OBP, 4 Runs, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 2 BB

Mike Reitcheck, Penn (Fr., LHP – Crystal Lake, Ill.)
2 APP, 1.2 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 5 K, 0.00 ERA, 1 Sv.

Kevin Roy, Columbia (So., RHP – Houston)
1 APP, 1 GS, 1 CG, 7.0 IP, 1 Hit, 0 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 4 K, 0.00 ERA, 1-0

Richard Slenker, Yale (Fr., IF – Pound Ridge, N.Y.)
5 GP, .400 AVG. (6-for-15), .467 Slugging %, .438 OBP, 2 Runs, 1 2B, 1 RBI

Jordan Winawer, Cornell (So., OF – Mountain View, Calif.)
5 GP, .294 AVG. (5-for-17), .353 Slugging %, .333 OBP, 1 Run, 1 2B, 1 RBI

UPCOMING SCHEDULE
Tuesday, April 22
St. Anselm at Dartmouth, 3:30 pm [IVY]
Binghamton at Cornell, 4pm [IVY]

Wednesday, April 23
Fordham DH at Columbia, 2 pm [IVY]
Princeton at Rider, 3:30 pm
Brown at Bryant, 4 pm

Friday, April 25
*Princeton DH at Cornell, 12 pm [IVY]
*Yale DH at Brown, 1 pm
*Columbia DH at Penn, 1 pm [IVY]

Saturday, April 26
*Brown DH at Yale, 1 pm [IVY]
*Dartmouth DH at Harvard, 1 pm
*Penn DH at Columbia, 1 pm [IVY]

Sunday, April 27
*Cornell DH at Princeton, 12 pm [IVY]
*Harvard DH at Dartmouth, 1 pm [IVY]

Monday, April 28
Brown at Rhode Island, 3 pm

KEY
*-Ivy League contest
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 –

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 –

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 –

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 –

AWARD HISTORY
Player of the Week

School Last Occurrence Player
Brown April 23, 2013* Wes Van Boom
Columbia March 4, 2014 Jordan Serena
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 March 18, 2014
Kevin Roy
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 March 25, 2014
Marc Sredojevic
Columbia April 22, 2014*
Will Savage
Cornell April 15, 2014
Jordan Winawer
Dartmouth April 22, 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
Alex 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

*-Current (as of April 20)

Reached Base

Player Team Streak
JD Whetsel Cornell 19
Mike Martin Harvard 19
Brandon Engelhardt
Penn
19
Jeff Keller Dartmouth 18
Danny Hoy Princeton 15
Mike Fischer Columbia 14
Jeff McGarry Penn 14
Richard Slenker Yale 14
Robb Paller Columbia 13*
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 20)


National Rankings
Team (top-40 as of April 20)

Category Team Rank Actual
Doubles Per Game Penn 36
1.97
Triples Per Game Dartmouth 23
0.39
  Columbia 40 0.33
Home Runs Per Game Penn 10 0.89
Home Runs Penn 10 32.0
Slugging Percentage Penn 13
0.432
Strikeouts Per Nine Innings Columbia 30 7.8
Fielding Percentage Dartmouth 7
0.981
Shutouts
Columbia 8 7.0

Yale 23 5.0

Individual (top-40 as of April 20)

Category Name Team Rank Actual
Doubles Per Game Jeff Keller
Dartmouth
40
0.39
Triples Per Game Alec Keller Princeton 30 0.13
Home Runs Per Game Rick Brebner
Penn 27 0.22
  Daniel Massey Brown 33 0.21
Home Runs Rick Brebner Penn 23 8.0
Stolen Bases Per Game Jordan Serena
Columbia 19 0.54
Stolen Bases Jordan Serena Columbia 23 19.0
Hit By Pitch Per Game Brandon Engelhardt Penn 18 0.43
Earned Run Average Connor Cuff Penn
17 1.16
  Michael Byrne Cornell 28 1.32
Strikeouts Per Nine Innings
Michael Fagan
Princeton 5 12.12
  Dan Gautieri Penn 37 9.64
Strikeouts Michael Fagan Princeton 33 66.0
Walks Allowed Per Nine Innings David Speer Columbia 3 0.32
  Connor Cuff
Penn 23 0.99
Strikeout-to-Walk Ratio David Speer
Columbia 1 23.0
  Connor Cuff Penn 20 6.83
Complete Games
Connor Cuff
Penn 3 5.0
  David Speer
Columbia 6 4.0
  Dave St. Lawrence
Brown 6 4.0
  Three players   18 3.0