Who’s Hot In HBCU Baseball – Week 10

For our tenth time in our season long series, we take a look at some of those whose performances stood out in “Who’s Hot in HBCU Baseball”.

Bluefield State University

Jordan Varela-Payne hit for the cycle. He hit a triple in the bottom of the first inning, single in the fourth, homer in the sixth, and a double in the eight inning. Varela-Payne finished his day at the plate batting going 5-for-6, with four runs batted in and stealing two bases in Big Blues 15-9 win over Virginia State over the weekend.

University Maryland Eastern Shore

Noah Covington threw a 9 inning complete game in a 5-1 win over Coppin State allowing one unearned run, striking out nine batters while earning his second win of the season.



Alabama State University

Shadai Colon picked up his second win of the season striking it out nine Mississippi Valley State hitters while allowing one run on five hits to earn the win. The nine strike outs were Colon’s career high.



Florida A&M University

Sebastian Greico just missed hitting for the cycle in the Rattlers 12-3 win over Jackson State. Greico went 3-for-4 with a single, a double, a home run and six runs batted in. FAMU won the series two games to one.



Texas Southern University

Abraham Deleon pitched seven strong innings in the 14-6 win for TSU. He gave up three runs on four hits, while fanning 13 batters. DeLeon is (3-1) on the season.


Florida Memorial University

Max Charnin (3-2) pitched a complete game for the Lions allowed eight hits, four runs, two walks and struck out eight St. Thomas batters in the 7-4 win in the series opener.



Norfolk State University 

Zac Capps, in six innings on the hill, gave up two runs on five hits, walked two and struck out a season-high eight batters in a 5-2 win over Long Island University.  



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