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SEC Baseball Weekly Honors: Week 10

44 days ago
SEC Staff
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Player of the Week

 Cooper McMurray, Auburn

Auburn's Cooper McMurray led the SEC in home runs (5) and total bases (20) last week while tying for the league lead in runs (7) and RBI (9) to help lead his team to three wins, including a series victory against Mississippi State. McMurray hit four home runs over the weekend, including a three-run homer and a two-run shot on Sunday. He also hit a solo home run in Auburn's one-run victory on Friday. He is the first Auburn player to homer in three straight SEC games since 2010.

Co-Pitcher of the Week

 Charlie Goldstein, Georgia

Georgia's Charlie Goldstein tossed a career-high six shutout innings with no walks and five strikeouts to earn a win and clinch the series over No. 5 Arkansas. He faced just one over the minimum in his outing (19 batters), and after allowing a two-out double in the fourth, picked the runner off to end the inning. Goldstein limited the Razorbacks to just three hits, and it marked just the second time since 2019 that Arkansas had dropped the first two games of an SEC series.

 Chase Burns, Tennessee

Tennessee's Chase Burns struck out eight and allowed just one hit and no runs in two relief appearances during the Vols' series sweep of No. 2 Vanderbilt, picking up the win in the series opener on Friday night before finishing off Sunday's series finale with a 1-2-3 ninth inning. Burns entered with a runner on and no outs in the top of the 10th in Friday night's series opener and proceeded to strike out the next three batters to get the Vols out of the jam and keep the game tied at three. He went on to pitch the final three innings of the contest, allowing just one hit while facing the minimum.

Freshman of the Week

 Ethan Petry, South Carolina

South Carolina's Ethan Petry had five hits, including a pair of home runs and a double to go along with eight RBI to help the Gamecocks sweep No. 2 Florida. Petry also broke another freshman record at Carolina, as his two-run double on Saturday set the freshman RBI record. He now has 64 RBI and broke the record of 63, which was held by Justin Smoak. Petry had a .474 on-base percentage and a .800 slugging percentage in the four games last week.