Staniforth Named CCC Player of the Week
PORTLAND, Ore. – Oregon Tech first baseman Cory Staniforth, a 6-0 junior from Central Point, Oregon has been named the Cascade Conference Baseball Player of the Week as announced today by the league office.
Staniforth set an Oregon Tech record with 4 homeruns in 2 games, he batted .667at the plate, scored four runs, had eight RBI and finished the day with a slugging percentage of 2000 as Oregon Tech swept a double-header from Patton University 12-5 and 14-4 to open up Conference play.
The Crater High three-sport standout in football, basketball and baseball was a First-Team All-State shortstop, helping the Comets to a state baseball championship 2007. Over a three-year stint with the Grants Pass Nuggets American Legion program, Staniforth batted .448 with 14 homeruns, 83 RBI and 26 stolen bases. The Lane Community College transfer led the Titans in RBI in both 2008 and 2009.
Staniforth is the son of Ronald and Donna Staniforth and is a Medical Imaging major at Oregon Tech
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