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Berney Receives National Player-Of-The-Week Honor

March 6, 2000

TUCSON, Ariz. – Clemson senior righthander Scott Berney (Hamden, CT) was one of five players cited that receive the Louisville Slugger National Player-of-the-Week honor given by Collegiate Baseball.

Berney threw 8.0 scoreless innings against UNLV on Mar. 3, allowing just six hits and two walks while striking out five. He ran his scoreless inning streak to 30.0 innings in earning his fourth victory against the Rebels.

Berney has allowed just has allowed 18 hits and three walks along with 20 strikeouts in four starts and 30.0 innings pitched this season.

In the polls, Clemson stayed put at #8 in this week’s Collegiate Baseball rankings, dropped one spot to #16 in the Baseball America poll, and moved up two spots to #10 in the USA Today Baseball Weekly poll.

Baseball America Poll   Rk   Team   1.   Florida State   2.   Stanford   3.   Cal. State-Fullerton   4.   Baylor   5.   Southern California   6.   Texas   7.   North Carolina   8.   Alabama   9.   Auburn  10.   Houston  11.   Louisiana State  12.   South Carolina  13.   Arizona State  14.   Miami (FL)  15.   Wichita State  16.   CLEMSON  17.   Long Beach State  18.   Louisiana-Lafayette  19.   Fresno State  20.   Wake Forest  21.   Georgia Tech  22.   Nevada  23.   East Carolina  24.   Kentucky  25.   Loyola Marymount
Collegiate Baseball Poll   Rk   Team   1.   Florida State   2.   North Carolina   3.   Stanford   4.   Texas   5.   Southern California   6.   Auburn   7.   Cal. State-Fullerton   8.   CLEMSON   9.   Alabama  10.   Miami (FL)  11.   South Carolina  12.   Baylor  13.   Wichita State  14.   Long Beach State  15.   Arizona State  16.   Louisiana State  17.   Houston  18.   Georgia Tech  19.   Louisiana-Lafayette  20.   Kentucky  21.   East Carolina  22.   Fresno State  23.   Illinois  24.   Florida Atlantic  25.   Tennessee
USA Today Baseball Weekly Poll   Rk   Team   1.   Florida State   2.   North Carolina   3.   Stanford   4.   Auburn   5.   Texas   6.   Baylor   7.   Southern California   8.   Alabama   9.   South Carolina  10.   CLEMSON  11.   Miami (FL)  12.   Arizona State  13.   Houston  14.   Long Beach State  15.   Wichita State  16.   Louisiana State  17.   Cal. State-Fullerton  18.   Louisiana-Lafayette  19.   Kentucky  20.   Georgia Tech  21.   Florida International  22.   Fresno State  23.   Wake Forest  24.   Tennessee  25.   Mississippi State

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