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OK State’s Schubart, OU’s Davis and BYU’s Aloy selected for the 12 major Baseball Weekly Awards

OK State’s Schubart, OU’s Davis and BYU’s Aloy selected for the 12 major Baseball Weekly Awards

Oklahoma State’s Nolan Schubart (player), Oklahoma’s Braden Davis (pitcher) and BYU’s Kuhio Aloy (newcomer) were chosen as Big 12 weekly baseball awards for the 12th week of the season.

Schubart had a record-breaking week, highlighted by tying a Big 12 record with four home runs in Tuesday’s game against Wichita State. The outfielder from Durand, Michigan hit .529 for the week, drove in 10 runs and had eight extra base hits in four games. In the Wichita State game, he went 5-for-5 with a double and had seven RBI’s. The sophomore marketing major added another home run in the series opener against Texas and then closed the series with a two-hit performance in a 7-2 victory on Sunday. For the week, Schubart hit .529 with a 2.167 OPS, earning his first career Player of the Week award after being honored as Newcomer of the Week three times in 2023.

Davis earned his fourth straight win in the series opener, turning 7.0 innings of shutout ball against Texas Tech on Friday. The junior lefthander allowed two hits, struck out eight and walked only two in the Sooners’ 8-0 win. The construction management major from Keller, Texas has now won pitcher of the week honors in consecutive weeks, surrendering just one run and five hits in the last 13.0 innings pitched.

Aloy had four multi-hit games, hitting .588 for the week, scoring four runs and hitting a pair of solo home runs. The freshman from Maui hit a game-tying home run in the ninth inning of Thursday’s game against Miami (Florida), sending the game to extra innings. The designated hitter started a go-ahead rally in the sixth inning of the Cougars’ 8-2 win Saturday, scoring the first of four runs as BYU erased a two-run deficit. Aloy is the first BYU baseball player to earn a Big 12 weekly award.