Player of the week

UBC Thunderbird: Deep Bay’s Kevin Biro leading in hits, RBIs and batting average

Deep Bay’s Kevin Biro is having himself a season so far with the UBC Thunderbirds. He earned Player of the Week honors after going 11 for 21 at the dish last weekend.

UBC’s Kevin Biro has been named the Red Lion Baseball Player of the Week.

Biro, a junior from Deep Bay, was the offensive leader for UBC as the Thunderbirds completed a four-game road sweep of Concordia in Portland, Ore.

UBC improved to 13-5 on the season and 6-2 in NAIA West play. The team is tied for first in the NAIA West standings with Lewis-Clark State.

Biro went 11-for-21 at the plate over the weekend, driving in six runs and scoring four more. His seven at-bats in the series finale tied a UBC school record for most plate appearances in one game.

Biro has been lighting it up at the plate so far this season for the T-Birds, leading the team in hitting average (.410), hits (32) and RBI (16).

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