USC's Trevor Halsema Named Pac-12 Baseball Player of the Week
LOS ANGELES – USC baseball's Trevor Halsema led the Trojans to a three-game sweep of San Jose State with some monster offensive numbers, earning himself Pac-12 Player of the Week honors in the process.
Halsema is the first Trojan to grab a weekly award this season.
The redshirt senior led USC with six hits on the weekend, posting a .545 batting average (6-for-11) as well as a .538 on-base percentage and 1.364 slugging percentage.
Halsema hit three homers against the Spartans, blasting a three-run shot late in Friday's game to spark a seven-run comeback by the Trojans, and then hitting home runs in his first two at-bats on Saturday. The Trojan left-fielder drove in six runs and scored five as USC recorded its third sweep of the season.
Halsema raised his average 37 points in the three games. He has hits in six of his last seven contests and has multiple RBI in three of his last four games.
USC, now 17-8, is back in action tonight at Dedeaux Field when the Trojans host Hawaii at 6 p.m.