Harre Ranks 10th Nationally Among Freshmen in RBIs Per Game

    Shaye Harre is 10th nationally among freshmen in RBIs per game.

    Shaye Harre is 10th nationally among freshmen in RBIs per game.
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    March 31, 2014

    NCAA Stats Report for SIU

    CARBONDALE, Ill. - Southern Illinois freshman Shaye Harre ranks 10th nationally among freshmen in RBIs per game, according to the latest NCAA Stats report released today. Harre leads the Salukis with 31 RBIs and is just just eight RBIs with 24 games away remaining from breaking into the top-10 single-season RBIs in school history.

    Harre averages 1.03 RBIs per game, which leads the Missouri Valley Conference, ranks 59th nationally and ranks 10th nationally among freshmen. In terms of total RBIs, Harre's total of 31 ranks her eighth among freshmen. Harre also ranks among the top-100 nationally in doubles per game (93rd) and triples (86th).

    Harre ranks in the top-10 in the MVC in eight categories. She ranks second in RBIs (31), third in doubles (9), third in two-out RBIs (13), fifth in total bases (50), fifth in walks (18), fifth in slugging percentage (.581), eighth in on-base percentage (.454) and eighth in percent advancing runners (.607).

    Harre's last 17 games have been especially impressive. In the first 13 games of the season, Harre hit just .194 with a .306 slugging percentage and .356 on-base percentage. In the 17 games since, Harre has put up near super-human numbers. She has a .420 batting average, .780 slugging percentage, .524 on-base percentage, seven doubles, one triple, three home runs and 26 RBIs in the last 17 games alone. In addition, she's picked up two wins pitching and not made a single error in the field.

    In Southern's eight MVC games, Harre is hitting .435 with a .783 slugging percentage and .536 on-base percentage. She is among the top-10 in MVC-only games in batting average (8th), slugging percentage (5th), on base percentage (7th), RBIs (5th), triples (2nd), total bases (6th), and batting average with runners on base (10th).



    Several other Salukis join Harre on the NCAA's weekly statistics report. Jayna Spivey ranks 51st nationally in doubles per game. Spivey and Harre lead a potent Saluki offense that ranks 21st nationally of 288 teams in doubles per game. Allie VadeBoncouer ranks 18th nationally in hit by pitch per game and 53rd nationally in walks. VadeBoncouer is third in NCAA history in career HBPs.

    Kelsey Gonzalez ranks 21st nationally in sacrifice flies, and Michelle Glenn ranks 20th nationally in sacrifice hits. Katie Bertelsen's two saves rank her 32nd nationally.

    The Salukis host Murray State on Tuesday at 5 p.m. at Charlotte West Stadium.