The Hawks swept the awards going 2-2 on the week taking 2-of-3 from Cal State San Marcos and dropping a game against then-No. 9 Concordia.
Hemmer pitched the first game on Saturday against the Cougars as he threw a complete game allowing just two unearned runs while striking out eight for the No. 5 Hawks. Hemmer improved to 8-1 on the season and has a 2.79 ERA in 10 starts. He currently ranks third in the nation in wins and sixth in total strikeouts.
Gotta was 7-of-13 from the plate in the four games improving his season average to .463, which leads the conference. His seven hits included a double, triple, homer, and three singles to collect four RBI. Gotta also tallied three stolen bases to give him 32 on the season, six shy of the national leader.
The Hawks will take on Point Loma on Tuesday to finish a suspended game from Feb. 11 at 2 p.m. followed by a 9-inning game after the completion of the first game. SDC will then travel to Phoenix to take on the Firestorm in a 3-game series Friday-Saturday.