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Baylor's Andy Thomas wins National Player of Week honor

Baylor's Andy Thomas wins National Player of Week honor

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Baylor catcher Andy Thomas was selected as a National Player of the Week by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. Thomas went 8-for-11 (.727) in Baylor’s series win over Kansas State, hitting three home runs, nine RBIs and totaling 18 total bases.

Baylor’s Andy Thomas has been selected as a National Player of the Week by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper on Monday.

Thomas went 8-for-11 (.727) in Baylor’s series win over Kansas State, hitting three home runs, nine RBIs and totaling 18 total bases. Thomas and the Bears outscored the Wildcats, 43-15, on the weekend.

The senior catcher was also named a finalist for the Senior CLASS Award on Monday, which takes into account on and off-field achievements.

Thomas and the Bears were scheduled to play Incarnate Word on Tuesday in their final nonconference game of the regular season, but that game has been canceled due to the threat of bad weather.

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For Trestan Ebner and the Baylor seniors, beating Texas Tech meant everything as they finished the season 7-0 at McLane Stadium. “Wins are hard to come by, so I’m just thankful for this no matter what the score is,” Ebner said. “If we didn’t win this, it would have hurt. Hurt a lot.”

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