Pac-12 announces baseball Players of the Week
CALIFORNIA'S ANDREW VAUGHN NAMED PLAYER OF THE WEEK
OREGON STATE'S LUKE HEIMLICH TABBED PITCHER OF THE WEEK
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Andrew Vaughn, Fr., IF/RHP, California
• 3 R, 7 H, 12 RBI, 1.067 SLG
• Vaughn hit not one but two walk-off home runs to help Cal sweep USC.
• He ended the week with 12 RBI, seven of which came Friday against USC and he hit .467 in four games.
• He leads the Pac-12 in home runs with 11 and also ranks in the conference's top 10 in batting average.
• 51st all-time weekly honor for California and first for Vaughn.
PITCHER OF THE WEEK: Luke Heimlich, Jr. LHP, Oregon State
• 10 K, 2 H, 0 R, 3 BB, 0.00 ERA
• Did not allow a hit until the seventh inning, and ended the game with just two allowed.
• Struck out 10, coming up one shy of his career-best.
• Ended with a 0.00 ERA.
• Heimlich receives his third career weekly honor and puts OSU in first for the all-time Pac-12 pitcher of the week honor with 85.
Player: Gage Canning, ASU; Michael Gretler, OSU; Nico Hoerner, STAN; Michael Toglia, UCLA; Brandon Perez, USC; Hunter Simmons, UTAH; Joey Morgan, WASH; James Rudkin, WSU.
Pitcher: Eli Lingos, ASU; Matt Ladrech, CAL; Maises Ceja, UCLA; Josh Lapiana, UTAH; Joe DeMers, WASH; Cody Anderson, WSU.
2017 PAC-12 PLAYER AND PITCHER OF THE WEEK