Harvey Named to Golden Spikes Award Watch List


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Junior pitcher/DH Kris Harvey (Catawba, NC) was one of 40 players selected to the Golden Spikes Award Watch List on April 26, which goes to the nation's top collegiate baseball player. Former Tiger great Khalil Greene won the award in 2002. Earlier this season, Harvey was also selected to the Brooks Wallace Award watch list presented to the national player-of-the-year.


The versatile two-way player has an ACC-high 14 homers (including nine in ACC games), eight doubles, and 45 RBIs to go along with a .346 batting average in 41 games. He also is 5-2 with a 4.55 ERA as a starting pitcher, and has struck out 49 against 21 walks in 55.1 innings pitched over 10 starts. He is 15-3 on the mound in his career as well.


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Yr
College
Brennan Boesch
OF
So
California
Dennis Bigley
RHP/DH
Sr
Oral Roberts
Cameron Blair
IF
Sr
Texas Tech
Brian Bogusevic
LHP/DH
Jr
Tulane
Ryan Braun
IF
Jr
Miami-FL
Lance Broadway
RHP
Jr
Texas Christian
Travis Buck
OF
Jr
Arizona State
Cesar Carrillo
LHP
Jr
Miami-FL
Adam Carr
IF
Jr
Oklahoma State
Daniel Carte
OF
Jr
Winthrop
Jeff Clement
C
Jr
USC
Ben Copeland
OF
Jr
Pittsburgh
Jeff Corsaletti
OF
Sr
Florida
Mike Costanzo
RHP/IF
Jr
Coastal Carolina
J. Brent Cox
RHP
Jr
Texas
Trevor Crowe
OF
Jr
Arizona
Jacoby Ellsbury
OF
Jr
Oregon State
Alex Gordon
IF
Jr
Nebraska
Tyler Greene
IF
Jr
Georgia Tech
Kris Harvey
RHP/DH
Jr
Clemson
Craig Hansen
RHP
Jr
St. John's
Stephen Head
LHP/OF
Jr
Mississippi
Jay Heafner
IF
Jr
Davidson
Luke Hochevar
RHP
Jr
Tennessee
Jeff Larish
OF
Jr
Arizona State
Tim Lincecum
RHP
So
Washington
Erik Lis
IF
Jr
Evansville
Jed Lowrie
IF
Jr
Stanford
Andrew Miller
LHP
So
North Carolina
Micah Owings
RHP/DH
Jr
Tulane
Ryan Patterson
OF
Sr
LSU
Steve Pearce
IF
Sr
South Carolina
Mike Pelfrey
RHP
Jr
Wichita State
Cliff Pennington
IF
Jr
Texas A&M
Cesar Ramos
LHP
Jr
Long Beach State
Shane Robinson
OF
So
Florida State
Ricky Romero
LHP
Jr
Cal State Fullerton
Max Scherzer
RHP
So
Missouri
Scott Sizemore
IF
So
VCU
Ryan Zimmerman
IF
Jr
Virginia


Clemson's Taylor Harbin and Florida State's Bryan Henry Earn Weekly ACC Baseball Honors


GREENSBORO, N.C. - Clemson's Taylor Harbin was named this week's Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Player of the Week, while Florida State's Bryan Henry earned ACC Pitcher of the Week accolades.


Harbin, a freshman second baseman, went 5-for-5 with five runs scored, three home runs and eight RBIs on Saturday at NC State. He set a school record with 16 total bases in the game, as he also had a triple and single in the contest. The previous school record of 15 total bases stood for nearly 43 years. He also became the 11th Tiger in history to hit three homers in a game. The Travelers Rest, S.C., native, hit the three long balls on three-straight pitches, as his last two shots came on the first pitch of each at-bat. In five games during the week, he was 8-for-23 (.348) with seven runs scored, three home runs and 12 RBIs.


Henry, a native of Tallahassee, Fla., led Florida State to wins over No. 5 Florida and No. 7 Miami last week. The sophomore pitched 15.1 innings over the two games, gave up three runs, struck out nine batters and issued just three walks. Versus Florida on Tuesday, he threw 7.1 innings, helping the Seminoles to a 4-2. Five days later, he threw eight innings of four hit ball and allowed only one run as Florida State downed Miami 13-1. Henry held the Hurricanes to just four hits and did not allow a single walk. It marked the eighth time in 10 appearances this season that Henry did not allow a free pass.

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