BluGrass Baseball Hitting Leaderboard: March 1

College Baseball

The college statistical leaderboard is pretty useless this early in the season, but it at least offers a glimpse at what players are off to a hot start to the 2011 season. With that in mind check out the second in-season edition of the 2011 leaderboard. We’ll look at batting statistics today, remembering that players must have 2.5 at-bats per team game to be eligible.

Batting Average

  • Richie Rodriguez — EKU — .583 (14-24)
  • Matt Rice — WKU — .500 (15-30)
  • Austin Grisham — EKU — .438 (7-16)
  • Ryan Wright — UofL — .435 (10-23)
  • Luke Maile — UK — .419 (13-31)

Home Runs

  • Michael Williams — UK — 2
  • Jacob Daniel — EKU — 2
  • Taylor Davis — Morehead St. — 2
  • 10 players tied with one home run

RBI

  • Matt Rice — WKU — 12
  • Jacob Daniel — EKU — 10
  • Taylor Davis — Morehead St. — 10
  • Taylor Black — UK — 9
  • Ryan Hutchinson — WKU — 9

Runs

  • Taylor Black — UK — 10
  • Travis Redmon — Morehead St. — 8
  • Kes Carter — WKU — 8
  • Braden Kapteyn — UK — 8
  • Four players tied at seven runs.

Stolen Bases

  • Chad Wright — UK — 4/4
  • Logan Robbins — WKU — 3/3
  • Jared Andreoli — WKU — 2/2
  • Richie Rodriguez — EKU — 2/2
  • Thomas McCarthy — UK — 2/2

On-Base Percentage

  • Richie Rodriguez — EKU — .643
  • Matt Rice — WKU — .529
  • Jacob Daniel — EKU — .500
  • Luke Maile — UK — .486
  • Taylor Black — UK — .486
  • Taylor Davis — Morehead St. — .486

Slugging Percentage

  • Richie Rodriguez — EKU — .792
  • Ryan Wright — UofL — .783
  • Ryan Hutchinson — WKU — .704
  • Taylor Davis — Morehead St. — .688
  • Jacob Daniel — EKU — .682
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