Reller went 11-of-20 in five games, hitting .550.

    University of Minnesota Crookston baseball player Brock Reller (So., OF, Grand Forks, N.D.) was named Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) Player of the Week after an outstanding performance this week for the Golden Eagles.

    Reller joins his teammate Zach Rustad (Sr., LHP, Blaine, Minn.) as Minnesota Crookston baseball players to earned NSIC Player/Pitcher of the Week accolades for the 2019 season.

    Reller went 11-of-20 in five games, hitting .550. He hit two home runs, one triple, and had nine RBIs to lead the Golden Eagles. Reller also scored six runs. He went 7-of-7 in two games during Friday’s sweep of Bemidji State. Reller also made an outstanding play in right field in game three of the series with the Beavers Saturday to save the game in the ninth inning and help clinch an NSIC Tournament spot for the third time in four years. Reller is hitting .280 on the season with 32 runs scored, 10 doubles, four triples, nine home runs and 44 RBIs.

    Wayne State College pitcher Ryan Obrecht was named the NSIC Pitcher of the Week.

    The Golden Eagles conclude the 2019 regular-season with five games at home this week against University of Minnesota Duluth, and Minot State University.