MSU pitcher and Benjamin Russell alum Kendall Graveman was named the SEC Pitcher of the Week (Contributed/MSU Media Relations).
MSU pitcher and Benjamin Russell alum Kendall Graveman was named the SEC Pitcher of the Week (Contributed/MSU Media Relations).

Archived Story

BRHS alum wins SEC Pitcher of the Week

Published 11:22am Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Former Benjamin Russell Wildcats’ and current Mississippi State hurler Kendall Graveman has been named the SEC’s pitcher of the week.
The senior right-hander’s honor comes off the heels of his second straight complete game performance in conference play.
Currently, Graveman has compiled a 4-2 record for the Bulldogs, with a 1.99 ERA.
In his most recent outing, Graveman put the clamps on the Florida Gators, allowing two hits in a 2-0 victory.
Graveman struck out two and walked two, using groundball-inducing pitching to keep the Gators’ lineup off balance.
A co-captain for 16th-ranked Bulldogs (26-9, 5-7 SEC), Graveman has now thrown 19 consecutive scoreless innings against Florida.
This is the first time a Bulldogs player has won the SEC Pitcher of the Week award this season, and it is the second time Graveman has earned the honor.

Editor's Picks

Abbett is a great resource for the area

OUR VIEW The Outlook this week featured a story on the official beginning of the sixth term in Office by Tallapoosa County Sheriff Jimmy Abbett. ... Read more

Kilgore ‘all aboard’ for holiday fun

  Rodney Kilgore has spent the last four years portraying popular railroad conductors. For most of the year, he wears striped overalls and goes to ... Read more

tables