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2015 Baseball Awards


  • March 23, 2015
    • Pitcher of the Week
      • Tyler Mark - Concordia
      • Junior - 6-2 - Pitcher - Los Angeles, Calif.
      • Tyler Mark pitched in all five games for No. 18-ranked Concordia last week, collecting two wins and three saves, without allowing a single hit. The junior pitcher finished all five games and was unhittable with eight strikeouts and only two walks in 5.1 innings of work. Mark entered on multiple occasions with inherited runners and made sure the Eagles went a perfect 5-0 on the week. He leads the NAIA and GSAC in saves with 11.
    • Player of the Week
      • William Barring - Westmont
      • Senior - 6-1 - Centerfielder - Tustin, Calif.
      • William Barring led No. 13 Westmont offensively to a 3-1 record for the week. He was 8-for-14 (.571) at the plate with 4 runs, 2 doubles, a home run and 7 RBI. The senior center fielder had 2 hits, 3 walks and 3 stolen bases in the win against William Jessup. He hit .500 (6-for-12) with 5 RBI as the Warriors took the series with San Diego Christian 2-1.
  • March 30, 2015
    • Pitcher of the Week
      • Conner Menez - The Master's
      • Sophomore - 6-3 - Pitcher - Hollister, Calif.
      • Twirling a five-hitter and striking out eight in his second complete game of the season, Conner Menez won his fifth straight start for No. 8 The Master's College. The sophomore lefthander also lowered his overall earned-run average to 1.34, which is second best in the GSAC.
    • Player of the Week
      • Steve Karkenny - The Master's
      • Sophomore - 6-2 - Outfielder - Chatsworth, Calif.
      • Steve Karkenny was 8-for-12 (.667) at the plate hitting 4 home runs, driving in 6 runs and scoring 8 more as No. 8-ranked The Master's College won all 4 of its games last week to remain in first place in the GSAC. With his quartet of homers, the senior outfielder leads the GSAC with 11 and is now No. 2 on the school's career list with 33. Karkenny is in first in the NAIA in total runs scored at 51 and second in home runs.