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Weiss, Pouelsen Excel To Earn Baseball Weekly Honors

3/5/2018

CSUN senior Albee Weiss and Hawai‘i sophomore Logan Pouelsen captured the Big West baseball weekly honors for solid performances in non-conference play.

ALBEE WEISS, CSUN – FIELD PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Senior • OF • Oak Park, Calif. • Agoura HS

➜ CSUN senior Albee Weiss earned Big West Baseball Field Player of the Week accolades after hitting .364 with 10 RBI over five games

➜ The starting left fielder helped the Matadors finish 4-1 on the week with hits and RBIs in four of the five games.  He also scored three runs.

➜ Weiss also flexed his power with three doubles and two home runs as he finished the week with a .773 slugging percentage. 

➜ On Sunday, Weiss led CSUN to a 6-5 victory over Valparaiso as he slugged a pair of two-run home runs for a four RBI day.

➜ He also doubled three times, finishing 3-for-5 with a run scored and three RBI in Friday’s loss to Grand Canyon.

➜ Weiss already has seven home runs this season with 24 RBI and 12 runs scored.

Others nominated: Daniel Cope (Cal State Fullerton); Ryan Hooper (UC Davis); Cole Kreuter (UC Irvine)

LOGAN POUELSEN, HAWAI‘I – PITCHER OF THE WEEK
Sophomore • RHP • Huntington Beach, Calif. • Huntington Beach HS

➜ Hawai‘i senior Logan Pouelsen tossed a complete game shutout to secure Big West Baseball Pitcher of the Week accolades.

➜ The right-hander went the full nine innings in a 4-0 victory over defending West Coast Conference co-champion Loyola Marymount as UH gained the series split.  He scattered just four hits – all singles – and did not walk a batter in 105 pitches. 

➜ Pouelsen also struck out five.

➜ With the gem, Pouelsen’s record improved to 2-0 and his ERA dropped to 0.60, while opposing batters are hitting just .137 this season.

Others nominated: Colton Eastman (Cal State Fullerton); Matt Acosta (CSUN); Trenton Denholm (UC Irvine); Noah Davis (UC Santa Barbara)

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