Michael Kennah, Lynchburg, Junior, Shortstop
Kenah, a junior from Clifton, Va., posted five RBI last week including a four-RBI game against Southern Virginia University in which he clubbed two doubles and a triple. He also had one RBI and a walk in Lynchburg?s 6-1 win over No.10 Shenandoah University. He batted .455 for the week (5-for-11) with three doubles, a triple, five RBI and three runs scored. On the season, Kenah is hitting .379 with an OBP of .455.
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Justin Rodriguez, Eastern Mennonite, Freshman, 3rd Base
Rodriguez cranked his first career longball in the top of the sixth against Guilford on Saturday, giving the Royals a 3-1 lead. He added his second the next time up, leading off the eighth with a dinger to left. He finished the game 2-for-4 with three RBIs on his two homers. He also batted 2-for-4 in EMU?s only other game, including an RBI. In the rain-shortened week, Rodriguez was 4-for-8 from the dish, with two homers, four RBIs and two runs. He had a slugging percentage of 1.25 and now leads the ODAC with his 30 RBIs.
Justin Pittman, Guiford, Junior, Outfielder
Pittman Hit .500 in Guilford?s 1-2 week with two doubles among his four hits? scored three runs and had a team-high three RBI? had two hits, including a clutch double, in Guilford?s ODAC win over Eastern Mennonite? his two-run double in the sixth tied the game at 3-3? he later scored what proved the winning run in the Quakers? four-run sixth... doubled among his two hits in a home loss to unbeaten Tufts.
Jordan Walton, Randolph-Macon, Senior, 1st Base
Walton totaled nine hits, one homeruns, five RBI and six runs scored on the week. He highlighted his efforts by a 4-for-6 performance against Emory & Henry where he drove in two, homered, and scored four times. The senior from Mechanicsville moved into second place all-time in the ODAC with his 55th career double.