Hutchinson Community College sophomore infielder Trever Adams has been named NJCAA Division I baseball National Player of the Week, the NJCAA national office announced on Wednesday.
Adams had a huge week last week for the Blue Dragons, which went 3-4 in a three-game series against Iowa Western and a Jayhawk West four-game series against Dodge City over the weekend.
The Lincoln, Neb., product (Lincoln Southeast High School) posted a .542 batting average last week. He had 13 hits, with three doubles and five home runs on the week. He scored 12 runs and drove in another 11, adding two stolen bases and four walks. With last week's success, the infielder extends his hitting streak to 14 games.
Against Dodge City over the weekend, Adams went 9 for 15 with five home runs, nine runs scored and nine RBIs. Adams set a team record for home runs in a four-game series.
Adams is the Blue Dragons’ leading hitter at .457 (37 of 81). He had 20 extra-base hits, including eight home runs with a .926 slugging percentage. He’s also stolen 10 of 15 bases and has a .596 on-base percentage.
The Blue Dragons (12-17) will play a doubleheader on Thursday at Rose State College in Oklahoma City, and then, weather permitting, play in a key four-game Jayhawk West series at Garden City on Saturday and Sunday.
Courtesy: HCC Media Info