Statistically Speaking

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Numerous Big Ten teams and student-athletes rank among the nation's statistical elite, according to the latest set of national statistics released by the NCAA early this week. Below is a look at some of the Big Ten leaders around the nation.

Team Statistics
Batting Average
12. Nebraska, .312
15. Iowa, .311

Double Plays
48. Purdue, 21

Doubles Per Game
27, Iowa, 2.10
50. Nebraska, 1.91

Earned Run Average
24. Indiana, 2.55

Fielding Percentage
23. Purdue, .978
48.Nebraska, .975

Hits
34. Nebraska, 240

On Base Percentage
17. Iowa, .400

Runs
28. Iowa, 153
40. Nebraska, 148

Scoring
11. Iowa, 7.7
30. Nebraska, 6.7

Slugging Percentage
24. Iowa, .428
33. Nebraska, .417

Stolen Bases
40. Iowa, 34
48. Penn State, 33

Individual Statistics
Base on Balls
44. James Coates (PSU), 18

Batting Average
10. Dan Potempa (IOWA), .440

Complete Games
8. Kevin Duchene (ILL), 2

Earned Run Average
10. Chance Sinclair (NEB), 0.51
34. Tanner Tully (OSU), 0.96

Hits/9
13. Kyle Hart (IND), 4.31

On Base Percentage
15. Dan Potempa (IOWA), .547

Runs Batted In/Game
49. Jake Mangler (IOWA), 1.05
49. Taylor Zeutenhorst (IOWA), 1.05

Saves
27. Jacob Cronenworth (MICH), 5
27. Jeff Kinley (MSU), 5

Stolen Bases
21. Will Krug (ILL), 12
21. Jake Yacinich (IOWA), 12

Victories
35. Jack Anderson (PSU), 4
35. Chance Sinclair (NEB), 4
35. Mick VanVossen (MSU), 4
35. Joey DeNato (IND), 4

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