#Pac12Baseball: Weekly Conference Honors Announced

EUGENE – While the Ducks, who have won six straight, completed their second consecutive sweep of a Pac-12 Conference rival, and the third of a Pac-12 Conference team this season, Brett Walker and Kenyon Yovan continue to turn heads around the conference.

Both players were nominated for the weekly conference nods

Pac-12 Baseball Player of the Week: Ethan Long, Fr., INF, ARIZONA STATE (Gilbert, Ariz.)
4 GP, .500 AVG, .600 OBP, 1.375 SLG, 12 RBI, 4 HR, 7 R, 8 H, 1 BB

  • Long led Arizona State past then-No. 23 ranked Oregon State in a series victory this past weekend, including a three-run walk-off home run on Friday and a two-homer game in an 11-5 rout to take the series on Saturday.
  • The freshman infielder also had a three-run shot and a five-RBI day in ASU’s Tuesday victory over top-40 RPI Nevada.
  • Finished the week with 12 RBIs and four home runs on .500 hitting (8-of-16), slugging 1.375 and getting on base at a .600 clip for a 1.975 OPS.
  • ASU went 3-1 on the week, and Long’s effort over OSU improved his Pac-12 only numbers to a .400 average (1st), .850 slugging (1st by .100 points), nine homers (1st), 27 RBIs (t-3rd) and a .479 OBP (5th). He is the only Pac-12 player in the top-5 in all five categories.

Pac-12 Baseball Pitcher of the Week: Brendan Beck, Sr., RHP, STANFORD (Corona, Calif.)
1 GP, 8.0 IP, 2.25 ERA, 12 K

  • Beck had a dominating performance for Stanford in the series opener of a three-game set at California last Friday.
  • The senior allowed just two runs on three hits and a walk with a career-best 12 strikeouts over eight innings as the then-No. 12 Cardinal (28-10, 13-6) earned a 9-2 victory over the Golden Bears (24-22, 10-12).
  • Beck retired 11 straight from the fourth through the seventh innings, collecting six strikeouts over that span.
  • His 12 strikeouts were one off the Pac-12 single-game high in 2021 and bested his previous career best of 11, which he accomplished three times.

Also Nominated

Player of the Week: Donta Williams, ARIZ; Quentin Selma, CAL; Kenyon Yovan, ORE; Brock Jones, STAN; Kyle Cuellar, UCLA; Jamal O’Guinn, USC; Christopher Rowan Jr., UTAH.

Pitcher of the Week: Garrett Irvin, ARIZ; Justin Fall, ASU; Grant Holman, CAL; Brett Walker, ORE; Sean Mullen, UCLA; Chandler Champlain, USC.

  Player Pitcher
Feb. 24 Ryan Ober, Oregon State Jesse Bergin, UCLA
Mar. 2 Branden Boissiere, Arizona Kevin Abel, Oregon State
Mar. 9 Kenyon Yovan, Oregon Zane Mills, Washington State
Mar. 16 Dylan Beavers, California Robert Ahlstrom, Oregon
Mar. 23 John Thomas, USC Cullen Kafka, Oregon
Mar. 30 Daniel Susac, Arizona Kevin Abel, Oregon State
Apr. 6 Jacob Melton, Oregon State Chandler Murphy, Arizona
Apr. 13 Gabe Matthews, Oregon Robert Ahlstrom, Oregon
Apr. 19 Kevin Kendall, UCLA Zach Pettway, UCLA
Apr. 26 Ethan Long, Arizona State Zane Mills, Washington State
May 3 Ethan Long, Arizona State Chase Silseth, Arizona
May 10 Kyle Manzardo, Washington State Robert Ahlstrom, Oregon
May 17 Ethan Long, Arizona State Brendan Beck, Stanford

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