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Re: BB: 2009 Pitcher of the year candidates
« Reply #240 on: March 01, 2009, 04:57:59 pm »
Michael Johnson for Concordia Austin is 3-0 with 35 ks in three starts. Struck out 17 against UT Dallas and had I believe 9 or 10k's against UT TYler who is in the top 10 in both D3 polls.

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Re: BB: 2009 Pitcher of the year candidates
« Reply #241 on: March 03, 2009, 03:05:33 pm »
Elmhurst's Cody Boals no-hit Concordia (WI) Sunday night in a 12-0 win in the MetroDome.

http://athletics.elmhurst.edu/home/news/40568937.html

Elmhurst is now 2-2 after dropping a pair to Macalester Monday evening.
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Re: BB: 2009 Pitcher of the year candidates
« Reply #242 on: April 14, 2009, 11:17:36 am »
Big Poppa, Have enjoyed your posts for quite a while, both you and JP are right on the mark consistently. Couple of questions for you- Who's hit the most Home Runs and which Pitcher's got the most victories over the past two seasons? Anyone putting together some good back to back years? Look foward to more of your comments as this season's playoff picture emerges!

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Re: BB: 2009 Pitcher of the year candidates
« Reply #243 on: April 14, 2009, 11:21:17 am »
I have no idea, but I bet someone will give us the answer in the next few hours.
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Re: BB: 2009 Pitcher of the year candidates
« Reply #244 on: April 14, 2009, 12:57:57 pm »
I have no idea, but I bet someone will give us the answer in the next few hours.
If you rummage around the NCAA website you can find the stats pages and stats archives.

(I have been doing this at work so I have lost the series of links where I go them.)

Thru April 5th, the answer seems to be:

Nolan Nicholson Redlands --  19 wins;  12-2 in 2008; 7-2 in 2009 

Blake Booher UT-Tyler -- 18 wins; 11-1 in 2008; 7-0 in 2009

Brett Holland UT-Tyler -- 18 wins; 11-0 in 2008; 7-3 in 2009

Josh Tedesco Thiel -- 17 wins;  11-3 in 2008;  6-1 in 2009.


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Re: BB: 2009 Pitcher of the year candidates
« Reply #245 on: April 14, 2009, 04:28:13 pm »
I have no idea, but I bet someone will give us the answer in the next few hours.
If you rummage around the NCAA website you can find the stats pages and stats archives.

(I have been doing this at work so I have lost the series of links where I go them.)

Thru April 5th, the answer seems to be:

Nolan Nicholson Redlands --  19 wins;  12-2 in 2008; 7-2 in 2009 

Blake Booher UT-Tyler -- 18 wins; 11-1 in 2008; 7-0 in 2009

Brett Holland UT-Tyler -- 18 wins; 11-0 in 2008; 7-3 in 2009

Josh Tedesco Thiel -- 17 wins;  11-3 in 2008;  6-1 in 2009.



Peter Burg CSS- 17 wins; 10-1 in 08'; 7-0 in 09'

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Re: BB: 2009 Pitcher of the year candidates
« Reply #246 on: April 14, 2009, 04:43:41 pm »
I have no idea, but I bet someone will give us the answer in the next few hours.
If you rummage around the NCAA website you can find the stats pages and stats archives.

(I have been doing this at work so I have lost the series of links where I go them.)

Thru April 5th, the answer seems to be:

Nolan Nicholson Redlands --  19 wins;  12-2 in 2008; 7-2 in 2009 

Blake Booher UT-Tyler -- 18 wins; 11-1 in 2008; 7-0 in 2009

Brett Holland UT-Tyler -- 18 wins; 11-0 in 2008; 7-3 in 2009

Josh Tedesco Thiel -- 17 wins;  11-3 in 2008;  6-1 in 2009.



Peter Burg CSS- 17 wins; 10-1 in 08'; 7-0 in 09'
Attempt to clarify...

NCAA has Burg at 11-1 in 2008 and has him 5-0 thru April 5th.

I think that the NCAA will update the table in a couple of days.

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Re: BB: 2009 Pitcher of the year candidates
« Reply #247 on: April 14, 2009, 10:24:52 pm »
Kenny Moreland CNU --- 21 wins:  Sr Yr 2008  13-0 ; Jr Yr 2007 8-3

Wayde Kitchens Chapman -- 21 wins:  Jr Yr 2008  9-0 ; So Yr 2007 12-2

Im Kiely Trinity (Conn) -- 16 wins:  Sr Yr 2008  11-1 ; Jr Yr 2007 5-0

Here is the link from NCAA website to look up info:
http://web1.ncaa.org/stats/StatsSrv/careersearch?searchSport=MBA


OOPS - i just realized you were including this year info.

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Re: BB: 2009 Pitcher of the year candidates
« Reply #248 on: April 14, 2009, 11:47:10 pm »
I have no idea, but I bet someone will give us the answer in the next few hours.
If you rummage around the NCAA website you can find the stats pages and stats archives.

(I have been doing this at work so I have lost the series of links where I go them.)

Thru April 5th, the answer seems to be:

Nolan Nicholson Redlands --  19 wins;  12-2 in 2008; 7-2 in 2009 

Blake Booher UT-Tyler -- 18 wins; 11-1 in 2008; 7-0 in 2009

Brett Holland UT-Tyler -- 18 wins; 11-0 in 2008; 7-3 in 2009

Josh Tedesco Thiel -- 17 wins;  11-3 in 2008;  6-1 in 2009.



Peter Burg CSS- 17 wins; 10-1 in 08'; 7-0 in 09'
Attempt to clarify...

NCAA has Burg at 11-1 in 2008 and has him 5-0 thru April 5th.

I think that the NCAA will update the table in a couple of days.

hmmm for some reason both of CSS websites have him with 10 for last year


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BB: Pitcher of the Year Candidates
« Reply #249 on: December 18, 2009, 05:45:59 am »
Who are your pitcher of the year candidates for 2010?
« Last Edit: December 18, 2009, 05:49:37 am by Ralph Turner »

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Re: BB: 2009 Pitcher of the year candidates
« Reply #250 on: December 18, 2009, 01:04:17 pm »
oshdude,   thanks for the pitcher of the year stats and list, good work and looks like you took alot of time. Have alot of heads turning and making fans want to see the season start.

Oshdude,  if you had to rank the top 5 out of every region who would you put and where?

Also who are your darkhorses or sleepers this year that havent been recognized as pre-season or post season all americans that you honestly think will open some eyes that havnt before
For me the top contender who has never been named AA is LHP Aaron Dott (Whitewater).  I say that having seen him throw since covering HS baseball for a Wisconsin newspaper. Other than players like Dott who I have seen many, many times, I think anyone from my above list has a legit shot. Why not, you know? James Murrey (Macalester), Adian Kummet (St. Scholastica) and Todd Mathison (St. Olaf) are a few more Midwest guys I'm familiar with who have a good shot. Not much of an expert to give possible breakouts from other regions.

As for the other regions, like I'm assuming it is for everyone else, I base my opinions on stats and the occassional trusted message board author. The only time I ever get to see teams from other regions is at every World Series, which is about 15 miles from my house. I've seen all but three Appleton WS games since 2000, but even that isn't much experience with other regions. For example I thought Adrian's Alex Webster was one of the five or so best SPs I saw last year, regardless of region. If you look at his stats, they're not AA-caliber. But I like lists, so I'll make some. Just know that in some cases I have never even seen these dudes pitch. Folks from other regions (or even the MW/C), feel free to correct my lists.

Midwest
1. Jeremy Rubens, Oshkosh
2. Aaron Dott, Whitewater
3. Peter Burg, St. Scholastica
4. James Murrey, Macalester
5. Adian Kummet, St. Scholastica (2)
NR Matt Schuld, St. Thomas (1)
Who knows, but possibly players above (3-5)

Central
1. Brent Kulavic, IL Wesleyan (if he throws)
2. Adam Kohls, Luther
3. Matt Aronson, IL Wesleyan
4. Billy Schmitt, Wartburg
5. Trevin Hillesheim, St. Norbert
NR Trace Ruffie, Carthage (1)
NR Jordan Jaehne-Llanas, Carthage (2)
NR Jerrold Martjian, Wartburg (3)
Who knows, but possibly players above (4,5)

West
1. Wayde Kitchens, Chapman (1)
2. Blake Booher, Tyler
3. Brett Holland, Tyler (3)
4. Evan Bronson, Trinity
5. Garrett Dorn, Linfield
NR Brett Hinson, Mississippi (2)
NR Brad Orosey, TLU (4)
NR Nolan Nicholson, Redlands (5?)
NR Jeremy Macklin, TLU (5?)

Mideast
1. Steve Matre, Mount St. Joseph (3)
2. Keegan Leckrone, Wabash
3. Josh Tedesco, Thiel
4. Derek Eitel, Rose-Hulman
5. Andy Lowe, Heidelberg (5)
NR Justin McDowell, Wooster (1)
NR Ryan Domschot, Adrian (4)
NR Mark Miller, Wooster (2)

New York
1. Matt Tone, Cortland (4)
2. Blair Veenema, Rochester
3. Michael Park, Rochester
4. Nicolas Blanco, Cortland
5. Robert Whitenack, Old Westbury
NR Pete McDaniel, Ithaca (1)
NR Dave Filak, Oneonta (2)
NR Andrew Mondo, RPI (3)
NR Tom Heeman, Farmingdale (5)

New England
1. Adam Gingras, Wheaton (Mass.)
2. Jeremiah Bayer, Trinity (Conn.) (1)
3. Dan Delia, Suffolk
4. Dan Benz, Williams
5. Andrew Aizenstadt, Roger Williams
NR Shawn Gilblair, ECSU (2)
NR Conor Fahey, WPI (3)
NR Pat Moran, St. Joseph's (4 @ UTIL)
Who knows, but possibly a player above (5)

Mid-Atlantic
1. Joe Bartlinski, Kean
2. Chuck Nicholas, Alvernia
3. Chez Angeloni, Johns Hopkins
4. Ben McCracken, Pitt-Bradford
5. Brandon Aich, Kean (3)
NR Zeb Engle, Ursinus (1)
NR Brett Repard, Keystone (2)
NR Adam Katzell, Elizabethtown (4)
NR John Lunardi, Susquehanna (5)

South
1. Eric Willey, Salisbury (2)
2. Joe Devlin, Lynchburg
3. Dustin Herbert, Salisbury
4. Gary Bulman, VA Wesleyan
5. Byron Mendenhall, Randolph-Macon
NR Josh Simons, Shenandoah (1)
NR Greg Van Sickler, Shenandoah (3)
Who knows, but possibly players above (4,5)
Was bored so I updated it with approximations based on the two 2009 AA teams (postseason rank in parentheses). Thought it looked good in the preseason, too. Shows how much last year means ... or it shows that I'm not too bright. At least I added Gilblair to the NE mix in a later draft.