D3baseball.com Team of the Week

The Team of the Week is D3baseball.com's weekly honor roll, in its second season of recognizing the top performers at each of nine positions from the previous week. Players are selected from nominations from their school's sports information directors. This is the eleventh Team of the Week of the 2013 season.

Through games of April 22-28, 2013

J.D. Dorgan, Jr., St. Thomas (Minn.)

Dorgan, the MIAC Baseball Player of the Week, led the Tommies to a 6-0 week that include two road wins at St. John's and two home wins over regionally-ranked St. Olaf. Dorgan batted .524 (11-for-21) with a 1.048 slugging percentage while scoring 12 runs and driving in 12, including three home runs and two doubles. Dorgan continued his solid defensive, recording 35 put outs and three assists without an error.

1B  Brian Mauro, Sr., DeSales

Mauro led the Bulldogs to a 3-1 record batting .733 (11-for-16) with four doubles, two home runs, and ten RBIs. In the process he broke the single-season record for doubles in a season at DeSales, recording his 24th of the year.

2B  Shane Healey,  So., La Roche

Healey hit .444 (12-for-27) and got on base 18 times for La Roche. He scored eight runs, hit seven RBI, homered, doubled, walked twice, and went 6-for-6 on stolen bases. Healey handled 29 chances without committing an error.

SS  Zach Rogers, Sr., Cornell College

Rogers batted .481 (13-for-27) in seven games for the Rams. on the week, Rogers set school records for triples (7) and RBIs (49) in a season. One of his three home runs was a grand slam, that gave him the RBI record. Rogers drove in 17 runs and scored nine.

3B  Anthony Iacomini, Jr., Cortland St.

Iacomini was 3-for-3 with two RBI in a win over Cazenovia and had two hits in three other games - a home win vs. Mt. St. Mary and two wins at Fredonia. Iacomini batted .818 (9-for-11) with two walks on the week.

OF  Alex Lorenc, Jr., Saint Joseph's (Me.)

Lorenc helped propel the Monks to their fourth-consecutive GNAC Championship by hitting .500 (9-for-18) with six runs, three doubles, two home runs, six RBI and a stolen base over four tournament tilts last week.

OF  Erik Munzer, Sr., Pomona-Pitzer

Munzer helped Pomona-Pitzer go 3-1 in the SCIAC's pool play format for the final week of the regular season, locking up the 2 seed and home field for the first round of the playoffs. He batted .778 (14-for-18) with eight RBI and seven runs scored. Munzer celebrated his Senior Day by reaching base in his first 10 plate appearances in home games against La Verne and Whittier (8-for-8 with a walk and a HBP) before finally being retired in the bottom of the eighth.

OF  Morgan Rupp, Sr., Wesley

Rupp led his team by hitting .667 in three games for the Wolverines (6-for-9) with a team-high four walks. Collecting two hits in each game, Rupp went 2-for-3 with two walks and knocked in the game-winning run in the bottom of the ninth of a midweek victory over Richard Stockton.

DH  Daryn Streed, Sr., Rockford

Daryn Streed was instrumental in leading the Regents to an 8-0 week last week. He had a hit in every game and had 6 multi-hit games including three 3-hit games. The senior had six doubles, two home runs scored ten runs and had 12 RBI. Streed hit .500 for the week (17-for-34) with a .564 on-base percentage and an .853 slugging percentage.
SP  Kyle Brenner, So.,  Brandeis

Brenner earned a pair of wins for the Judges with 10 scoreless innings, allowing just four hits with 14 strikeouts. He fanned five of 11 batters faced in a three-inning relief stint against Gordon and tossed a complete-game seven-inning two-hitter with career-high nine strikeouts in a win over Trinity (Conn.).

SP  Jimmy Brakebush, Fr., Pacific (Ore.)

Earning a spot start in Tuesday's non-conference game against Concordia (Ore.), Brakebush earned his first collegiate win by allowing one run on one hit in seven innings as the Boxers won 3-1. He went on to throw a perfect 10th inning of relief in Saturday's second game with Pacific Lutheran as the Boxers went on to win 7-6.

SP  Dom Quaranta, So., Washington (Mo.)

Sophomore Dom Quaranta improved to 6-0 on the season with a complete-game shutout in Washington's seven-inning 3-0 win at Chicago Saturday. Quaranta allowed just two hits against the Maroons, who entered the week leading NCAA Division III in batting average and slugging percentage. He recorded two strikeouts and handed Chicago its first shutout of the season.

RP  Kevin Joo, Sr., Neumann

Joo came out of the bullpen in liong relief and picked up the win against Moravian. Joo came in in the second inning with three runners on and no outs. He limited the scoring and allowed just a single hit over the the next 7.1 innings, setting down 19 of the final 20 batters he faced.