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Steve Reba Named ACC Pitcher of the Week

Steve Reba Named ACC Pitcher of the Week

April 23, 2001


Clemson’s Steve Reba earned Atlantic Coast Conference Pitcher of the Week honors while Virginia’s Dan Street was selected the ACC Player of the Week honors, the conference office announced Monday.

Pitcher of the Week honors were claimed by Reba, a junior right-handed pitcher for the Tigers. The Fort Wayne, IN native threw a complete game shutout of seventh-ranked Georgia Tech to open the series with a 3-0 win over the Yellow Jackets. In nine innings, Reba faced 33 batters, striking out seven and allowing just three hits and one walk. He held the Jackets to a .097 batting average and was the first Clemson complete game shutout versus an ACC opponent since Ken Vining took home a 2-0 victory against Florida State in 1996.

Street earned ACC Player of the Week honors after leading the Cavaliers last week against James Madison, Virginia Tech and North Carolina. On the week, the junior from Purcellville, VA recorded 13 hits in 22 at bats, eight RBIs, seven runs scored, two home runs and three stolen bases. The utility player also contributed a double and a triple as Virginia finished the week with a 4-1 record.