Cal State San Bernardino junior right-hander Tyler Wells has been named CCAA Pitcher of the Week.
Wells, a Yucaipa High School graduate, helped the Coyotes to a 4-0 win in Saturday’s series opener against Cal State Stanislaus.
He allowed just one hit, one walk, and struck out seven Warrior batters in his first nine-inning complete game performance of the year. Wells needed just 111 pitches to get the job done and after surrendering a single in the second inning he retired the next 20 batters. The only walk of the game was in the ninth inning.
He is now 2-2 with a 1.28 ERA in eight starts with 56 strikeouts in 49 innings.
It was the second time he has earned the weekly honor.
Junior outfielder Jack Larsen of UC San Diego was the Player of the Week.
Cal State San Bernardino junior left-hander pitcher Don Sullivan has been named CCAA Pitcher of the Week.
Sullivan, a Compton native, threw a six-hit, nine-inning shutout Friday to help the Coyotes to a 2-0 win over Cal State San Marcos.
In a game that took less than two hours to complete, Sullivan struck out one batter, walked two, and never faced more than five batters in a a single inning.
He is 4-2 with a 5.23 ERA on the season.
The Coyotes start a series at Chico State on Saturday.
Cal State San Bernardino junior right-hander Tyler Wells has been named California Collegiate Athletic Association Baseball Pitcher of the Week for Jan. 29-31.
Wells was stellar in his first outing for the Coyotes, throwing six shutout inning and striking out 12 in 1-0 win over Sonoma State in game one of Saturday’s season-opening doubleheader.
He struck out the first five batters he faced and the first eight outs of the ball game were by strikeout. Wells threw a no-hitter through five innings and after allowing just two hits and one walk, exited the game in the top of the seventh.