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DeBiasse, Brock Named MIAA Baseball Student-Athletes of the Week

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Nick DeBiasse (Central Missouri) and Josh Brock (Southwest Baptist) have been named MIAA Baseball Student-Athletes of the Week for action from the beginning of the season through Feb. 27, as selected by a conference SID panel.

MIAA BASEBALL HITTER OF THE WEEK
Nick DeBiasse, 1B, Central Missouri
DeBiasse helped the No. 5 Mules start the season 5-1, and led the team with a .400 average during the stretch. He leads the team with three home runs, including two in his first two at-bats of the season against Ouachita Baptist. He has recorded a hit in every game, and scored 10 runs with three doubles and six RBI with three walks. The Mules have averaged 10.8 runs per game thus far in the season.

Others nominated: Jack Bond, MWSU; Martin Sartin, UNO; Chase Barnes, PSU; Landon Young, SBU; Devon Myers, TSU.

MIAA BASEBALL PITCHER OF THE WEEK
Josh Brock, P, Southwest Baptist
Brock started the 2nd game of the double header, pitching a solid 5 innings, giving up no earned runs.  Brock allowed just 4 hits while striking out 4 batters and walking none.  Opponents hit .211 against him in this ballgame as SBU secured their first win on the season behind Brock.

Others nominated: Brett Abell, MSSU.

2010 MIAA Baseball Student-Athletes of the Week
3/1 - Hitter: Nick DeBiasse, 1B, UCM; Pitcher: Josh Brock

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