UNO closer Seroski earns Southland Baseball weekly honors
After adding another two saves to his total and moving further up the single season save chart, Caleb Seroski earned Southland Pitcher of the Week honors, the conference announced on Monday afternoon.
Seroski picked up saves in both New Orleans wins at McNeese over the weekend. He is now at nine saves, which is tied for the fifth highest single season total in program history with 12 games left in the regular season.
On Saturday, Seroski came in and slammed the door shut with authority in the nightcap of a doubleheader. He entered with a 6-4 lead and proceeded to shut out McNeese over three innings. He did not allow a baserunner and he struck out seven batters over three perfect frames.
For an encore, he entered with a three-run lead in the ninth on Sunday. Seroski allowed one baserunner and had one strikeout. On the season, Seroski has a 2.63 ERA and 43 strikeouts to just seven walks.
Last week, he was named to the NCBWA Midseason Stopper of the Year Watch List.
The Privateers will play their final home series of the regular season against Central Arkansas, starting on Friday. First pitch for the series opener is scheduled for 6:30 p.m.
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2021 Southland Baseball Players of the Week
May 3 – Coby Potvin, Central Arkansas; Caleb Seroski, New Orleans
April 26 – Colton Eager, Abilene Christian; Tyler Cleveland, Central Arkansas
April 19 – Tyler Finke, Southeastern Louisiana; Will Warren, Southeastern Louisiana
April 12 – Colton Cowser, Sam Houston; Brennan Stuprich, Southeastern Louisiana
April 5 – Chase Kemp, Lamar; Levi David, Northwestern State
March 29 – Colton Cowser, Sam Houston; Will Kinzeler, Southeastern Louisiana
March 22 – Nate Fisbeck, McNeese; Levi David, Northwestern State
March 15 – Gaige Howard, New Orleans; Chris Turpin, New Orleans
March 9 – Colton Eager, Abilene Christian; Will Kinzeler, Southeastern Louisiana
March 2 – Clayton Rasbeary, McNeese; Will Dion, McNeese
Feb. 23 – Luke Marbach, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi; Collin Kulivan, New Orleans
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