Beavers Named Pac-12 Player Of The Week
SAN FRANCISCO – California sophomore Dylan Beavers was named the Pac-12 Player of the Week by the conference office on Tuesday after an impressive weekend at the plate.
Beavers batted .375 (6-for-16) with two home runs and six runs batted in across four games, as he helped lead the Golden Bears to a series victory against Loyola Marymount at home. He scored five times and posted an on-base percentage of .474 throughout the series. With hits in each contest, Beavers extended his hit streak to nine games and his reached-base streak to 17 games, dating back to the 2020 season.
Both of his home runs extended Cal's lead in games two and four of the LMU series. The Bears won both games that Beavers homered in.
Beavers ranks among league leaders in multiple categories following the big weekend. In addition to leading the Pac-12 in home runs (six), he is first in total bases (41), tied for second in RBI (19), fifth in hits (21), fifth in slugging percentage (.707) and 10th in runs scored (14).
It is the first conference honor of Beavers' career. The Paso Robles, Calif., product has started all 16 games in center field for Cal this season.
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