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Week 4: Baseball Players of the Week

87 days ago
SEC Staff
Photo: Mark Mahan

Co-Player of the Week: T.J. Collett, Kentucky

Kentucky's T.J. Collett hit .455 with six extra-base hits (three doubles, three home runs) with four multi-hit and four multi-RBI games on the week. He also became the 53rd player in UK history to reach 100 career hits. In Sunday's doubleheader, Collett went 4-for-8 with four runs, seven RBI, two doubles and a home run.

Co-Player of the Week: Tyler Keenan, Ole Miss

Ole Miss' Tyler Keenan drove in 12 runs this week in four games against Memphis and Princeton. He leads the Rebels in RBI this season, and backed it up with four big games this week. He batted .438 over the week, with seven hits, five runs, two doubles, one homer, and 12 RBI.

Pitcher of the Week: Asa Lacy, Texas A&M

Against the national leaders in on-base percentage and the No. 2-ranked team in batting average and scoring, Texas A&M's Asa Lacy held New Mexico State hitless in his 7.0 innings of work, striking out an SEC weekend-high 13 batters while allowing just two walks. New Mexico State got a runner to second base on just two occasions, during Lacy's outing, but the he fanned all three batters he faced with runners in scoring position.

Freshman of the Week: Nathan Hickey, Florida

Florida's Nathan Hickey went 7-for-13 (.538 average) with four home runs and six RBIs in four starts. He also scored five runs and drew three walks and posted a 1.462 slugging percentage and .588 on-base percentage in his four starts. He hit a game-winning home run with two outs in the eighth inning of Florida's 2-1 victory over South Florida on Sunday.