BluGrass Baseball Pitching Leaderboard: May 4

College Baseball

In the second weekly statistics leaderboard update, we’ll look at the pitching categories. To qualify for the ERA and batting average against, pitchers must have a minimum of 1.0 IP per team game, which just makes Murray St. reliever Matt McGaha eligible, but excludes new UofL weekend starting pitcher Gabriel Shaw and Cards closer Neil Holland. Stats are current through Sunday. The college leaderboard is now permanently accessible on its own page on the left sidebar here.

ERA

  • Thomas Royse — UofL — 2.65
  • Matt Ridings — WKU — 3.59
  • Matt McGaha — Murray St. — 3.94
  • Derek Self — UofL — 3.94
  • Dean Kiekhefer — UofL — 4.08

Wins

  • Matt Ridings — WKU — 8-1
  • Thomas Royse — UofL — 8-1
  • Neil Holland — UofL — 7-0
  • Derek Self — UofL — 6-0
  • Josh Schneider — Morehead St. — 6-3

Strikeouts

  • Matt Ridings — WKU — 67
  • Thomas Royse — UofL — 66
  • Shane Cameron — WKU — 65
  • Jake Donze — Murray St. — 55
  • Rye Davis — WKU — 54

Innings Pitched

  • Matt Ridings — WKU — 72.2
  • Thomas Royse — UofL — 71.1
  • Taylor Rogers — UK — 70.1
  • Chris Craycraft — Murray St. — 67.1
  • Logan Darnell — UK — 67.1

Saves

  • Neil Holland — UofL — 11
  • Ryne Purcell — EKU — 8
  • Rye Davis — WKU — 8
  • Matt Little — UK — 6
  • Dan Huff — Murray St. — 4

Batting Average Against

  • Matt Ridings — WKU — .246
  • Thomas Royse — UofL — .256
  • Dean Kiekhefer — UofL — .268
  • Derek Self — UofL — .274
  • Shane Cameron — WKU — .278

Appearances

  • Rye Davis — WKU — 27
  • Matt Harris — EKU — 21
  • Ryne Purcell — EKU — 21
  • Neil Holland — UofL — 21
  • Matt Little — UK — 20
  • Matt McGaha — Murray St. — 20
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