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    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis was a Bison View Post
    Logan Williams has submitted his bid to be named Summit League Player of the Week with a great series at Greeley, batting .428 (6 for 14) with 3 HR and 11 RBI in the Bison sweep of Northern Colorado.
    Which included 2 grand salamis.

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    Watched the game, what a performance by Williams. I can't recall seeing 2 grand slams by the same player in a game at any level. Bison have a great looking squad again this year. Can't wait to watch them at home here in a couple weeks.

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    Jackpot!! Logan Williams named Summit League Player of the Week for week 6 of 2022 Baseball Season. Second straight week that a Bison is recognized by the Summit League, as Tristen Roehrich was named Pitcher of the Week for week 5 of the season.

    Bison are tied for the conference lead with Oral Roberts. Both teams stand 3-0, they are followed by Omaha at 2-1, Northern Colorado at 3-3, St. Thomas at 1-2, and South Dakota State and Western Illinois, who share the cellar at 0-3.
    Damn, I'm Good!

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    The #Gophers baseball team was set to host NDSU at Siebert Field tomorrow for its 2022 home opener at Siebert Field, but the game has been canceled.

    The current forecast calls for a high in the mid-40s, and a 90 percent chance of rain

    POOP!!
    NDSU TO FBS. HAVEN'T WE WON ENOUGH?

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    Thought you were going to talk to the weather gods. The wind hasn't let up since b4 Christmas. Wonder how many college baseball softball players in the Red River Valley are thinking about the portal?
    Now there saying 2 more weeks of this snow wind. Hopefully better next year.
    Those that stay. Thank You.

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    The Summit League standings heading into the April 8th weekend have the Bison in 1st place at 5-1, followed by Oral Roberts and Omaha, tied for 2nd with 4 wins and 2 loses. SDSU and Northern Colorado are tied for 4th at 3-3 and St. Thomas and Western Illinois are tied for the cellar at 1-5.

    This weekend has NDSU vs St. Thomas, Western Illinois at SDSU, and Northern Colorado at Omaha. Oral Roberts has the weekend off.
    Damn, I'm Good!

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    This from the Summit League web site:

    "MALE ATHLETE OF THE MONTH
    Logan Williams, North Dakota State
    Sr. | Baseball | Kailua, Hawaii
    Record a stretch of seven consecutive games with a home run in March
    Capped that run with a pair of grand slams in series finale at Northern Colorado
    Registered four multiple-hit games, including a trio of three-hit contests during the month
    Batted .362 with eight home runs and 22 RBI in 11 starts
    This is the first monthly accolade of Williamsí career"
    Damn, I'm Good!

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    The Summit League standings approaching the April 15-17 weekend as follows: #1 NDSU (7-2), tied at #2 are Omaha (6-3) and Oral Roberts (4-2), #4 SDSU (5-4), #5 UNC (4-5), tied at #6 Western Illinois (2-7) and St. Thomas (2-7).

    The schedule for April 15-17 has Omaha at NDSU (F-6:30, Sa-2:00, Su-1:00), Oral Roberts at Westen Illinois (F-3:00, Sa-12:00, 3:00), SDSU at Northern Colorado (F-3:00, Sa-1:00, Su-1:00), and St. Thomas at Tarleton State (F-2:00, 5:30, Sa-1:00) (non-conference).
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    Taken from gobison.com:

    "LAST TIME OUT
    Tristen Roehrich fired a career-high eight strikeouts to help lead NDSU to its second straight win over St. Thomas, 8-7, on Sunday at Koch Diamond. The Bison totaled nine hits as team, including three home runs. Charley Hesse paced NDSU going 2-of-3 at the plate with a team-best three RBI and two runs.

    SUMMIT LEAGUE PLAY AT A GLANCE
    The Bison have won each of their first three Summit League series and have put together a 7-2 overall record. Jack Simonsen leads NDSU in conference play with a team-best .400 batting average with 14 hits, nine runs and nine RBI.

    ONE OF THE BEST IN THE SUMMIT LEAGUE
    NDSU leads the Summit League in four categories: home runs (1st, 37), home runs per game (1st, 1.28), on-base percentage (1st, .392) and slugging percentage (1st, .451).

    Logan Williams also leads the Summit League in home runs (1st, 10) and home runs per game (1st, 0.43). Jake Drew paces the conference in saves (1st, 5), while Calen Schwabe leads the Summit League in sacrifice bunts (1st, 8) and sacrifice bunts per game (1st, .30).

    ON HISTORIC PACE
    Logan Williams has connected on a team-high 10 home runs this season, which leads the Summit League. His 10 home runs are also the most in the NDSU Division I era in a single season and tied for 11th overall on the NDSU all-time single season list.

    Williams assembled a streak of seven games with a home run from March 15-March 27. The NCAA record for consecutive games with a with a home run is nine, which was set by Nevada's Tyler Bosetti in 2021 from April 24-May 9.

    Williams had a performance to remember at Northern Colorado with two grand slams and a career-high eight RBI to help the Bison to a 15-1 win. His eight RBI were the most in the NDSU Division I era and one shy of the program record of nine.

    THE BAT IS HOT
    Through the first 29 games, NDSU has five different players with a batting average of .300 or better. Jack Simonsen has registered a .337 batting average with a team-high 34 hits with 21 RBI. The Sioux Falls, S.D. native has posted a team-high seven doubles with four home runs and two triples.

    HITTING THE LONG BALL
    The Bison have connected on 37 home runs, which leads the Summit League. Logan Williams paces the conference with 10 home runs, while Peter Brookshaw ranks tied for fifth and has launched a career-high six this season. NDSU is the only team in the Summit League with two different players who have hit six or more home runs.

    PLENTY OF ARMS
    NDSU has seven different players that have contributed 12 or more strikeouts this season. The pitching staff has compiled 201 total strikeouts and boasts a 4.20 ERA. Cade Feeney paces the Bison with a team-high 38 strikeouts.

    LOVEN CLIMBS THE RANKS
    Max Loven has made eight appearances on the bump this season and boasts a 4-2 overall record. He has fired 31 total strikeouts to increase his career total to 175, which positions him in seventh place on the all-time NDSU strikeout list. Loven has also totaled 219.1 innings pitched and is slotted in sixth place on the NDSU all-time innings pitched list. He's one of only nine players in program history to pitch in 200 innings or more.

    DREW CLOSES THINGS OUT
    Jake Drew earned his first win of the season firing three strikeouts with no walks over the final 1.1 innings in the 6-4 comeback win at Western Illinois.

    The Alexandria, Minn., native also finished the final inning to preserve the 4-1 win over St. Thomas on April 9 and earned his career-high fifth save of the season. He has contributed nine saves over five seasons and is tied for sixth place on the NDSU all-time saves list.

    Additionally, Drew hasn't allowed a run over his last six appearances (6.5 innings) dating back to March 8 at Minnesota."
    Damn, I'm Good!

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    Summit scoreboard for Friday April 15th:

    SDSU over UNC 8-7
    ORU over WIU 6-4
    NDSU over Omaha 1-0
    Tarleton State over St. Thomas 6-5 (Non-Conference) Game 1
    St, Thomas over Tarleton State 11-9 (Non-Conference) Game 2
    Damn, I'm Good!

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