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Topic - Jay Artigues
Garrett Wittels said he would tip his cap to whomever ended his hitting streak.
"Garrett squared that ball up and that's a hit 99 percent of the time," Southeastern Louisiana coach Jay Artigues said. "Jonathan made a tremendous play on that ball."
"I think everybody in the country knows Garrett is a special player, but unfortunately, they don't know how special he is as a person," Artigues said. "We've heard a lot of great things about the kid. It's unfortunate, the stuff he had to go through, but it says a heck of a lot about his character. That's a heck of a young man to come over here, as much pressure as he was under, to congratulate the opponents."