Feb. 27, 2008

CollegeBaseballInsider.com National Player of the Week


Garett Green (Anaheim Hills, Calif.)

San Diego State senior second baseman


Green helped the Aztecs take two of the first three games against nationally-ranked San Diego. He batted .615 with two doubles, one triple, two home runs, eight runs and seven RBI. During Saturday’s doubleheader, Green was one hit away from the cycle in each game, lacking a single in the first game and a home run in the second.


Regional Players of the Week



Scott Turmail (Florissant, Mo.)

Saint Louis junior pitcher

Turmail, a transfer from Long Beach State, made his Saint Louis debut a memorable one, tossing a complete-game shutout in a 3-0 win over Belmont. The right-hander allowed four hits, struck out three and walked none in his nine-inning gem.





Reese Havens (Sullivan’s Island, S.C.)

South Carolina junior infielder


Havens hit .500 (7 for 14) with seven runs and seven RBI as the Gamecocks took two of three against East Carolina. Havens also drew four walks for an on-base percentage of .611. He tied a career-high with five hits in the 22-5 opening-game victory over the Pirates. His five RBI in the game tied a career-high.




Ben Woodbury (West Plains, Mo.)

Missouri State senior outfielder


Woodbury led the Bears to their first 3-0 start since 2002. He batted .714 (10-14) with at least three hits in each game. Woodbury scored five times and had eight RBI. His two-run double in the eighth inning brought in the game-winner on Saturday against Texas-Arlington. Woodbury was successful in both steal attempts, including a steal of home on Sunday against UALR.



Brett Wallace (Sonoma, Calif.)

Arizona State junior third baseman


Wallace whacked three homers as the Sun Devils recorded wins over Miami (Ohio) and nationally-ranked Vanderbilt and Oregon State. He went 5 for 12 with seven runs, nine RBI and a slugging percentage of 1.167. Wallace had a three-run homer and a grand slam in ASU’s 18-6 win over Vanderbilt. He went deep in his first at-bat in an 11-0 victory over Oregon State, giving him homers in three consecutive at-bats. Wallace was named Most Outstanding Player in the DeMarini Invitational.

Note - regional players of the week are chosen based on their conference affiliation. To see our list of regions, click here.