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Miller Named NJCAA Baseball DI Player of the Week

Miller Named NJCAA Baseball DI Player of the Week

Potomac State baseball sophomore Dakota Miller has showed his dominance at the plate this season, earning him this week's NJCAA baseball Division I Player of the Week honors. Miller helped his team to a 8-0 record on the week of all road games. He finished the week with a .551 AVG, 5 HR, and 17 RBIs to recieve the week 9 Player of the Week. 

Miller started the week with a DH against Eastern Mennonite University. He went 2-4 in game 1 with 1 run. He doubled and tripled once bringing in 3 RBIs. Game 2 he hit a homerun with 3RBIs, 3 runs, and a triple. The Catamounts then traveled to Garrett College for a DH. Miller went 5-7 on the day with 4 runs and doubled twice. He homered in game 2 and had 2 RBIs. They then played 4 games in two days; a DH at CCBC Catonsville and a DH at DI oppenent Hagerstown Community College the next day. At Catonsville, Miller had 4 runs, 3 HRs, and 6 RBIs. The next day at HCC, her had 3 runs, doubled and tripled onced and drove in 3 RBIs. 

Miller has been a huge part of the Catamounts success this season. On the year He has a batting average of .303, 9 HRs, 38 RBIs, 38 runs, and 5 stolen bases. 


For a complete look at all NJCAA player's of the week, click here. The Catamounts return home Saturday, 4/29 when they host CCBC Catonsville for a DH. Game 1 of the doubleheader is scheduled for 1:00 p.m.