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    SEC Baseball Players Of The Week

    PLAYER OF THE WEEK
    Mikie Mahtook * LSU
    Junior * OF * Lafayette, La.

    * Mahtook led the Tigers to three wins in four games last week, batting .643 (9-for-14) with two homers, two triples, six RBI and six runs scored ... Mahtook batted .636 (7-for-11) in LSU's series win over Ole Miss with two homers, one triple, five RBI, four runs scored and one stolen base.
    * He launched two homers in the Game 1 victory over the Rebels, marking the fourth two-HR game of his career ... Mahtook also made a brilliant running catch in right-centerfield for the final out in Sunday's series-clinching win.

    CO-PITCHER OF THE WEEK
    Hudson Randall * Florida
    Sophomore * RHP * Atlanta, Ga.

    * Fired a four-hit shutout on 74 pitches in the series opener against Tennessee ...Allowed four singles, with four strikeouts and zero walks ..Of his 74 pitches, 59 were strikes and Randall did not go to a three-ball count on any of the 30 batters he faced...Threw first-pitch strikes to 25 hitters in the contest.
    *  Became the first Gator with a solo shutout since Tommy Boss on June 6, 2004, versus UCLA in the NCAA Oklahoma City Regional...Was the first UF pitcher since Tommy Boss in 2005 to register back-to-back complete games after going the distance last Saturday night in a 2-1 win over defending national champion South Carolina...Has not surrendered an earned run in 30.1 innings.

    CO-PITCHER OF THE WEEK
    Tyler Maloof * Georgia
    Junior * RHP * Winder, Ga.

    * Leads the nation with 11 saves and is 11-for-11 in save opportunities, 5 in SEC action...Registered 3 saves in helping Georgia sweep #24 Miss.
    State, Bulldogs' first SEC sweep since 2009...In three appearances vs. #24 MSU, tossed 2.1 IP, did not allow any hits, runs or walks and struck out one.
    * In Friday's win, came on in the 9th with two on and nobody out in 4-1 game, got fielder's choice and double play to get a save...In Saturday's win, came on in the 9th with runner at second and two out in 4-3 game, and struck out Adam Frazier for the save...In Sunday's win, pitched the 9th in 4-1 game, retired three straight hitters to get a save and clinch series sweep.

    CO-FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK
    Forrest Koumas * South Carolina
    RHP * Elgin, S.C.
    * Koumas pitched a career-high 6.1 scoreless innings in the 4-1 win over Kentucky... Koumas, who spent three days in the hospital earlier in the week due to an allergic reaction, was effective in his second career start as he limited the Wildcats to just two hits and one walk while striking out three batters.
    * He is now 3-0 on the year...  For the season, Koumas is 3-0 with a 2.10 ERA in 25.2 innings with 26 strikeouts...  Opponents are only hitting .174 against him.

    CO-FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK
    Tony Kemp * Vanderbilt
    OF * Franklin, Tenn.
    * Went 8-14 (.571) in the Auburn series sweep, scoring five runs and knocking in two.
    * Set a career-high with four hits on Friday night at Auburn collecting his team-best fourth triple... Set another career-high with three runs scored on Saturday also equaling a career-best with two RBI... Two walks on Sunday matched a career-best.