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Stat Roundup: April 16 Top Performers
Zack Kone went 5-for-5 with a triple and homer to lead Duke to a big win against No. 1 Miami on Saturday, leading the individual leaderboard.
Stat Roundup: April 5 Top Performers
Jack Kruger had three hits, including a home run, for Mississippi State on Tuesday, landing him on the individual leadeboard.
Stat Roundup: March 5 Top Performers
College of Charleston’s Baily Ober carried a no-hitter into the eighth inning and struck out nine, leading Saturday’s individual leaderboard.
Stat Roundup: Feb. 24 Top Performers
Alex Destino had three hits and four RBIs in South Carolina’s blowout win against Winthrop, earning him a spot on the Wednesday individual leaderboard.
2016 Conference Previews: Sun Belt
Reigning conference pitcher of the year Kevin Hill leads a South Alabama squad that could give Louisiana-Lafayette a run for its money in the Sun Belt.
Recruiting Notebook: Part III
LJ Talley leads a deep Georgia class that rates as one of many strong groups that did not crack our top 25. Aaron Fitt looks at newcomers from the SEC, Pac-12, MWC and more.
Top 100 Programs: 81-90
Iowa hadn’t reached the NCAA postseason since 1990 before it did so this past season. The Hawkeyes are one of many rising programs in the 81-90 range.
Prospect Rundown: PG All-Americans
Michigan prep star Dion Henderson turned in one of the most unusual moments of the PG All-American Classic, highlighting Shotgun Spratling’s look at the event’s standouts.
Teams That Raised Their Profiles: Week 3
Blake Trahan and Louisiana-Lafayette entered the season with plenty of question marks, but they and others increased their stock a great deal with impressive statement weekends.
Ten National Thoughts: Feb. 27
Illinois veteran lefthander Kevin Duchene made his season debut in grand fashion. His performance was among the highlights on a wild and cold Friday.
2015 Conference Previews: Sun Belt
Fluid and hard-hitting SS Blake Trahan hopes to help carry the Louisiana-Lafayette and Sun Belt banner again in 2015.