From staff reports
San Diego State University’s Tyler Glowacki collected Mountain West Freshman of the Week honors, the league office announced on Monday.
In four starts, Glowacki led the Aztecs with a .375 batting
average (6-for-16), six hits and a 500 on-base percentage. Against Hawai’i on Feb. 28, the SDSU outfielder set career
highs with three hits and two runs scored, though the Scarlet
and Black dropped an 8-5 decision in 15 innings. In that contest, he singled and scored the tying run in the bottom of the eighth inning that sent the contest into extra innings.
An alumnus of Santana High School, Glowacki closed out the week with a 2-for-4 effort in the series finale against. Arizona
State University on March 6, driving in the go-ahead run with
a sharp single to center field in the sixth inning to help the Aztecs claim a 4-3 victory and snap a four-game losing streak.
In addition, Glowacki made three putouts without an error
on the week for a clean 1.000 fielding percentage.
With his award, Glowacki received his first conference weekly certificate and SDSU’s third of the season after Alex Rodriguez
garnered Freshman of the Week accolades on Feb. 21 and T.J.
Fondtain merited Pitcher of the Week distinction on Feb. 28.
Glowacki and the Aztecs will be back in action this weekend when they welcome UNLV to Tony Gwynn Stadium for a three-game series, March 11-13, to open their Mountain West schedule.
SDSU is currently 4-8 through the opening 12 games of the season.