Concannon and Doty win player of the week honors from the Philadelphia Baseball Review
The Philadelphia Baseball Review released its College Player of the Week awards for the period ending April 30.

Saint Joseph's junior outfielder Charlie Concannon was named the Philadelphia Baseball Review's Hitter of the Week while Villanova's senior right-handed pitcher Ryan Doty was named Philadelphia Baseball Review's Pitcher of the Week.

The Philadelphia Baseball Review names winners each Monday throughout the college season.

Concannon finished the week for the Hawks 6-for-18 (.333) with a pair of homers, four runs scored, five walks, and a triple. He holds the team lead on the season in batting average (.336) and slugging percentage (.514).

Doty tossed eight innings for the Wildcats in a 2-1 road loss to Seton Hall. He surrendered the two runs on seven hits while collecting 11 strikeouts. This marks the third time this season the senior has won Pitcher of the Week honors from The Philadelphia Baseball Review.

Founded in 2006, the Philadelphia Baseball Review covers all aspects of baseball in Philadelphia region.

Previous College Player of the Week Honors:
Feb. 19 | Ben Faso (La Salle) and Ryan Doty (Villanova)
Feb. 26 | Chase Arnold (La Salle) and Mitchell Holcomb (Penn)
March 5 | Brian Dudeck (La Salle) and Tim Brennan (Saint Joseph's)
March 12 | Chris Adams (Penn) and Justin Aungst (Saint Joseph's)
March 19 | Charlie Concannon (Saint Joseph's) and Tim Brennan (Saint Joseph's)
March 26 | Matt O'Neill (Penn) and Ryan Doty (Villanova)
April 2 | Ben Faso (La Salle) and Tim Brennan (Saint Joseph's)
April 9 | Ben Faso (La Salle) and Jonathan Rosero (Villanova)
April 16 | David Gulati (Villanova) and Tim Brennan (Saint Joseph's)
April 23 | Matt McGeagh (Penn) and Matt Kennedy (Saint Joseph's)
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