Virginia Baseball Player Dan Street Named ACC Pitcher of the Week
Feb. 19, 2001
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – University of Virginia baseball player Dan Street (Purcellville, Va./Loudoun Valley) was named the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Pitcher of the Week. Street, a third-year right-handed pitcher/second baseman, threw seven scoreless innings and struckout a game-high six batters while allowing no runs, no walk and just two hits in Virginia’s 6-2 victory over the U.S. Naval Academy on February 18th.
For the season, Street has a team-low 0.00 ERA and is second on the club with six strikeouts. He finished the 2000 season with a 0.69 ERA.
Georgia Tech’s Richard Lewis was named the ACC Player of the Week after he notched six hits, six RBI and a .545 batting average. In a game against Georgia Southern (February 17), Lewis hit for the cycle, becoming just the second player in as many years to accomplish the feat. In the 23-3 win he finished with seven at bats, five runs, five hits, four RBI, a double, triple and home run.