Henseler and Coady named Players of the Week
Third baseman Wyatt Henseler and reliever Owen Coady played a pivotal part in helping Penn take two-of-three from Texas A&M over the weekend, so it's fitting the duo is honored with our D-I Player and Pitcher of the Week honors. 

Henseler collected six hits over the weekend, including three doubles and a homer. He drove in four runs and collected 12 total bases. 

Coady came in as relief on Friday and tamed a powerful Aggies lineup, tossing 4 2/3 scoreless innings and collecting eight strikeouts. The Quakers' victory over the Aggies on Friday marked the first time since 1923 that the program knocked off an SEC club. 

Penn is back in action this coming weekend with a set at Wofford. 

Other notable D-I performances 
Cole Patten impressed again for Villanova, surrendering one run over eight innings in the Wildcats win over The Citadel on Saturday. He surrendered just two hits and struck out six. 

Brett Callahan put up some solid numbers at the plate for Saint Joseph's, finishing the weekend 4-for-11 with five runs scored, a homer, and three RBIs. Nate Thomas also played well for the Hawks, scoring five runs to go along with four hits.

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