BSU baseball earns national/MAC honors, Central hires football coach

MUNCIE, Ind. — Ball State baseball received two honors this week, bright spots in an otherwise tough start to the season.

Fifth-year first baseman Trenton Quartermaine on Monday was selected as one of the National Players of the Week after a strong offensive stretch. He notched four straight games with a home run, tallying four runs scored and five RBI’s as he went 7-for-19 with an eye-popping 1,053 slugging percentage.

Quartermaine was the lone Cardinal to not strike out the entire week, and also had a perfect 1,000 fielding percentage on 20 chances.

Sophomore pitcher Ty Johnson also received recognition on Monday, earning Mid-American Conference Pitcher of the Week honors. Johnson had his best stuff against Florida A&M University, throwing a no-hitter through six innings of work before allowing his lone hit in the bottom of the seventh.

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