North Carolina A&T relief pitcher Cutter Noah Dyals has been named to the Midseason Watch List for the 13th annual National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Stopper of the Year Award, members of the association announced recently. Dylas is one of 40 players in the nation in line to win the award.
Dyals, who is in his first season with the Aggies after transferring from Eastern Florida State, has been dominant in his 13 appearances. In 22 innings pitched, Dylas has given up only nine hits, one run and has a 0.41 ERA in 22 innings pitched. He has also struck out 23 of the 67 batters he’s faced while walking only five. Dyals is 4-0 on the season. Dylas did not give up his first hit until his fifth appearance. The first earned run he surrendered was in his sixth appearance.
Eighteen conferences are represented on the list with Dyals being the only pitcher representing the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC).
The NCWBA, founded in 1962, presents the Dick Howser Trophy to the nation’s top player. It also selects All-America Teams for all divisions, a Division I Freshman All-American team, Division I, II and III Players of the Week and Division II and III Players of the Year.
Courtesy of North Carolina A&T Sports Information