Ben Cowles (Maryland): Ben was an offensive sparkplug this week, hitting an even .400 over the 5-game stretch. He added 3 RBIs and 6 runs for the Terps while hitting for the cycle on the week: 1 double, 1 triple, and 1 Homerun, while also getting 3 free passes. Cowles season OBP is now .349
Daniel O'Connor (Maryland): Another Maryland member posted a productive outing this past week as Daniel took the mound in a relief appearance against West Virginia University. Daniel went 2.1 innings, allowing just one run on one hit. He struck out three in the 8-1 loss to West Virginia.
George Welch (Saint Joseph's): George picked up a quality relief appearance this past week in the conference matchup against Norwich. This was his first outing of the 2019 campaign as he chucked an inning of scoreless baseball while striking out two in the 11-2 victory.
Pat Harrington (Assumption): Pat finds himself on our weekly roundup again as he found himself taking the bump in two conference outings this past week. The first, a 7-5 loss to Stonehill, followed by a 10-8 victory over Saint Michael's three days later. These two outings combined to give Pat a stat line of 3 innings pitched, 1 earned run, and struck out two. His season ERA is now a cool 1.32
Griffin Young (Wheaton): Young spun an absolute gem this past week in his conference start against Emerson. Griffin hurled 7 scoreless innings while only allowing 4 hits and striking out 5 while picking up the win. The win puts him at 5-0 on the season, and drops his ERA down to an outstanding 1.98, he has also struck out 43 in his 41 innings of work.
Joshua Roberge (Wheaton): Staff member of Griffin Young, Josh Roberge also had a solid outing this past week for the Lyons. Josh tossed 3 scoreless innings while striking out 2 in a 14-3 route of conference opponent Emerson. His season ERA is now down to an increible 0.67
Joe Bramanti (Maine): Another strong week for Joe, highlighted by a 3-4 performance in the 18-4 blowout of UMass-Lowell. Joe slugged 2 doubles and tacked on 4 RBIs and 3 runs in the game. He finished the week hitting .555 which brings his season average to .281 and his slugging to .396
Dylan Jones (Franklin Pierce): Dylan put up a very consistent week for the Ravens. Over the 4-game stretch he hit .308 with 1 RBI while coming around to score 3 times.
Jake Oliger (Babson): Oliger followed up his red hot performance two weeks ago with another strong one. In a 5-game stretch for Babson, Jake hit .316, and drove in 4 runs while scoring four times himself. He also walked 4 times and swiped 3 bags. Jake continues to put together a stellar 2019 season as he is hitting .345 and slugging .598 with 25 RBIs.
Joey Grassett (Hartford): Grassett had a busy week as he saw three appearances in five days. In his three outings he threw 2.2 innings giving up just one earned run and striking out three. His season ERA is now 2.70 and opponents are hitting a mere .095 against him.
Luis Atiles (New England College): Atiles had a monster week for the Pilgrims, highlighted by a 4-4 day against Dean. 3 of those 4 hits were for extra bases as he drove in 2 and came around to score 3 times. Atiles line for the week: .563 with 5 of his 9 hits being for extra bases. Atiles numbers just continue to climb as he is hitting a whopping .457 this year and reaching base over 55% of his plate appearences.