Nick Seginowich was named the Lone Star Conference Hitter of the Week after once again terrorizing a conference opponent. Seginowich one-upped his four home run series against the Falcons of UT – Permian Basin by going yard five times in the four games the Rams played against the Cameron Aggies.

Seginowich ended the series 7-13 at the plate while driving in 14 runs which matches the total amount of runs that Cameron was able to plate throughout the entirety of the weekend. The last time the Rams had played at home the Canadian junior matched the Angelo State Baseball single game home run record and matched the second best single game RBI record.

The newcomer has been solid at the plate all year for the Rams. His season average sits at a healthy .389. He also leads the team in home runs and RBI with 13 and 49, respectively. Those numbers also put him at the top of the leaderboard in each category.

Seginowich has had a couple of multi- home run games ( 3 in one and 2 in another ), and a pair of grand slams. He is leading the conference in home runs, RBIs and doubles. His team is doing very well, too. They are at the top of the conference, with a record of 29-7.
Previously he had been named national player of the week when he was a freshman with Salt Lake Bruins.

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As the baseball season starts up in Victoria for Little League, BC Ball, Bantam and Junior Premier and Premier teams,  we thought this might be a nice story to inspire the up and coming baseball players.

I know Nick was inspired by those from Victoria, who have come before him – Michael Saunders, Rich Harden, Nick Pivetta, Jesse Hodges, and more. As  for his parents, they normally do not brag about him( outside of family and close friends ), but he has worked so hard to get where he is, it would be nice for his home town to recognize him. He is a very proud Victorian and Canadian and shares how great this city is and this country, with his Texas teammates.