Players of the Week
Each week during the college baseball season the Philadelphia Baseball Review will celebrate the top players of the week. Here are the top players for the week Feb. 19 - Feb. 25.
 
D-I
Davis Baker of Penn had an impressive series against Abilene Christian, showcasing his prowess at the plate with a stellar .471 batting average (8-for-17). He kicked off the weekend with a bang, securing two or more hits in three consecutive games and maintaining a consistent streak of RBI production with three in each contest. Additionally, Baker exhibited his speed on the basepaths, stealing four bases, while also contributing four runs and displaying discipline with two walks. 
 
Will McCausland, representing Saint Joseph's, delivered a standout performance on Friday, dominating the mound with six shutout innings. He limited the opposing hitters to just three hits while striking out an impressive 10 batters, not allowing any runner to advance beyond second base. McCausland closed out strong, striking out five of the last seven batters he faced. 
 
D-II
Joe Kaleck of West Chester, was instrumental in his team's success over the weekend, batting an outstanding 10-for-16 (.625). The Neshaminy grad hit three homers, collected eight RBIs, and a pair of stolen bases, amassing an impressive 21 total bases to propel the Golden Rams to three victories. 
 
Jem Sisco, a native of New York playing for Jefferson, delivered a stellar pitching performance against West Virginia State. Over five shutout innings, Sisco showcased his dominance on the mound, tallying 13 strikeouts while conceding just four hits and no walks, securing a crucial win for the Rams.
 
D-III
Anthony Bruno, a graduate of Hatboro-Horsham representing Arcadia, led his team's offensive charge with an impressive start to the season. Bruno showcased consistency with four multi-hit games, batting 9-for-17 (.529) while contributing six RBIs, a home run, a double, and seven runs scored, setting a solid foundation for the Knights early in the year. 
 
Making his debut for Neumann, Josh Lillis delivered a masterful performance on the mound against Penn State Abington, pitching six scoreless innings in a 4-0 victory. Lillis demonstrated control and precision, striking out 12 batters while allowing only three hits and no runs, setting a high standard for his future outings with the Knights.

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