DALLAS (NCBWA) The National Collegiate Baseball Writers
Association released the Pro-Line Cap National Player of the Week
awards for the period ending Feb. 21, today.

Pro-Line Cap: The Choice of Champions.
Citadel sophomore outfielder Chris Swauger was named National
Hitter of the Week, while Pepperdine's Barry
and TCU's Brad Furnish were named National
Co-Pitchers of the Week. The NCBWA Board reviews candidates from each
Division I Conference each week and names winners each Tuesday
throughout the season.

In three games, the Bulldogs' Swauger produced multiple-hit games in
all four contests, finishing the week hitting .636 (7-for-11). The
Tampa, Fla., native drove in six runs and scored four times as The
Citadel went 2-1 last weekend at the Homewood Suites Shootout at Riley
Park. Four of his seven hits went for extra bases for a 1.273 slugging
percentage, including a double and a triple that was part of a 2-for-3
day with three RBIs and two runs scored in a win over third-ranked
Nebraska. Swauger was also 3-for-4 (2 RBIs and 2 runs) in a victory over
Richmond and was 2-for-4 with an RBI in a loss to 19th-ranked N.C.

Enright posted a 2-0 record during the week as he registered
victories over No. 15 Long Beach State and No. 2 Oregon State. In two
outings, Enright worked 15.0 innings, allowed 10 hits, three runs,
walked five and struck out 10 while limiting opposing batters to a .200
average. The sophomore earned his first win of the season against Long
Beach State after logging seven innings, surrendering just two runs and
striking out four. Against No. 2 Oregon State, Enright pitched eight
innings, allowed just one unearned run and struck out a career-high six

Furnish threw a seven-inning no-hitter to lead the No. 18 Horned
Frogs to a 13-0 win over Stephen F. Austin in their last game at the Al
Ogletree Classic. The no-hitter is the first for a TCU squad since Chris
Bradshaw threw a nine-inning no-hitter against Hawaii-Hilo on March 23,
2001. It is the eighth no-hitter in TCU history. His 13 strikeouts in

contest are a career high.

Furnish (1-0) was on fire in the early innings, facing just one
batter over the minimum through four innings. The lone blemish on his
line was a one-out walk in the third inning. He struck out Chase Sadler
in the fourth inning to set a new career high with nine strikeouts.
Following the walk, Furnish retired 12-straight men before a one-out
walk in the

seventh. The runner was erased on a double play ending the game. In all,
Furnish faced only one batter over the minimum.

With this week's honor, Enright and Furnish Schmidt automatically are named to the watch
list for
Roger Clemens Award
, given to the national collegiate pitcher of
the year, sponsored by the Greater Houston Baseball Organization.

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more than 100 Division I college teams. This is the second season
Pro-Line has sponsored the NCBWA's Players of the Week. The sponsorship
provides for plaques to be awarded to each of the weekly winners and
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For more information on the Pro-Line Cap Players of the Week, contact
Mike Montoro
at the
University of Southern Mississippi at 601-266-5947.

2006 Pro-Line Cap Players of the Week:

Feb. 14: Aaron Luna, Rice (Hitter); Nick Schmidt,
Arkansas (Pitcher)

· Feb. 21: Chris Swauger, The Citadel (Hitter);
Barry Enright, Pepperdine and Brad Furnish, TCU (Pitcher)

· Feb. 28: Kyle Russell, Texas (Hitter); Rodney
Brantley, Dallas Baptist (Pitcher)

· March 7: Luke Hopkins, New Mexico State (Hitter);
Joba Chamberlain, Nebraska (Pitcher)

· March 14: Chris Gradoville, Creighton (Hitter);
David Price, Vanderbilt (Pitcher)

· March 21: Kellen Kulbacki, James Madison (Hitter);
Daniel Best, Southern Miss and Miles Morgan, Texas Tech (Pitcher)

· March 28: Trey McDaniel, Western Carolina (Hitter);
Christian Friedrich, Eastern Kentucky (Pitcher)

· April 4: Andy D'Alessio, Clemson (Hitter); Tim
Lincecum, Washington (Pitcher)

· April 11: Reid Fronk, North Carolina (Hitter);
Adam Ottavino, Northeastern (Pitcher)

· April 18: Pedro Alvarez, Vanderbilt (Hitter);
Mike Ballard, Virginia (Pitcher)

· April 25: Case Cassedy, Furman (Hitter); Brooks
Brown, Georgia (Pitcher)

· May 2: Emeel Salem, Alabama (Hitter); Bobby Blevins, LeMoyne (Pitcher)

· May 9: Jacob Dempsey, Winthrop (Hitter); Nick Jones, Oral Roberts (Pitcher)

· May 16: Josh Dew, Troy (Hitter); Brad Lincoln, Houston (Pitcher)

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