The Daily Nole

ACC Baseball Ranks for Florida State (March 12)

Larry Novey/FSU athletics

It was a mixed bag for Florida State on the baseball diamond this past week. A week that began with two impressive wins over Kansas and a nice victory at Wake Forest ended with a doubleheader sweep at the hands of the Demon Deacons. Despite that, FSU still has a number of players among the ACC and national statistical leaders. Here’s a look:

Individual Leaders

J.C. Flowers (So.-OF)
5 doubles (6th in ACC)

Steven Wells (Sr.-OF)
.538 on-base percentage (4th in ACC, 26th nationally)

Drew Mendoza (So.-3B)
.407 batting average (5th in ACC)
.500 on-base percentage (6th in ACC)
24 hits (4th in ACC)
17 RBIs (6th in ACC)
5 doubles (6th in ACC)
1 triple (10th in ACC)

Cal Raleigh (Jr.-C)
15 RBIs (9th in ACC)
1 triple (10th in ACC)

Rhett Aplin (Sr.-1B/OF)
6 doubles (3rd in ACC)

Andrew Karp (Jr.-P)
3 wins (2nd in ACC, 19th nationally)

Cole Sands (Jr.-P)
4 wins (Leads ACC, leads nation)
31 strikeouts (8th in ACC)

Drew Parrish (So.-P)
34 strikeouts (6th in ACC, 35th nationally)

Austin Pollock (Fr.-P)
2 wins (8th in ACC)

Conor Grady (Fr.-P)
2 wins (8th in ACC)

Jonah Scolaro (Fr.-P)
0.00 ERA (Leads ACC, leads nation)
3 saves (3rd in ACC, 40th nationally)

Team Ranks

.270 batting average (7th in ACC)
2.59 ERA (2nd in ACC, 19th nationally)
.368 slugging percentage (8th in ACC)
.419 on-base percentage (3rd in ACC, 15th nationally)
104 runs (4th in ACC, 50th nationally)
33 doubles (2nd in ACC, 36th nationally)
2 triples (10th in ACC)
7 home runs (11th in ACC)
14 stolen bases (10th in ACC)
207 strikeouts (Leads ACC, 2nd nationally)

Mike Ferguson is the editor of The Daily Nole. Follow Mike on Twitter @MikeWFerguson

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

Leave a Reply