May 14, 2001
GREENSBORO, NC – Clemson’s Steve Reba earns ACC Pitcher of the Week while Clemson’s Khalil Greene and Florida State’s John-Ford Griffin share ACC Player of the Week honors.
Reba, a junior right-hander from Fort Wayne, IN, threw seven innings, allowing just one run and striking out seven of the 26 batters faced. Reba recorded his ACC-leading 10th victory of the year in the 8-1 win over Virginia in the first game of Saturday’s doubleheader. Reba had a 1.29 ERA last week and leads the conference with a 2.22 ERA in 89.0 innings pitched. He has 86 strike outs this season and has allowed only 27 runs, 22 of which have been earned. He is holding opponents to a .194 batting average, the best in the league.
Greene, a junior shortstop, helped Clemson pick up a win over Furman and sweep the series against Virginia. The Key West, FL, native went 7 for 17 (.412) at the plate with 10 RBI and two home runs. He also recorded a stolen base and had at least one hit in all four contests. He became the 10th Tiger this season to hit at least 10 home runs with two in the series against the Cavaliers. He was perfect in the field last week with three putouts and 15 assists. He is not hitting .311 this season.
Griffin, a junior outfielder shares ACC Player of the Week with Greene after leading the Seminoles in the three-game series against Duke. On the week, the Sarasota, FL, native recorded a .583 batting average on seven hits in 12 at-bats. He tallied 10 RBI, six runs scored, three home runs, one double and one stolen base. In the Friday night game against the Blue Devils, Griffin was 5 for 6 with five RBI, two home runs and one double.
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