2005 (Senior): Appeared in 44 games and made 29 starts... made 21 starts at third base, six starts in left field and two starts as the designated hitter... struggled most of the season, but came on late and finished with a .287 batting average... drove in 11 runs, scored 22 runs, collected 37 hits... tallied eight doubles and one triple... also saw some time on the mound, making three appearances... pitched 2.1 innings... opened the season on a three-game hitting streak, tallying a hit in all three contests against Utah... went into an 0-for-13 slide... busted out with a double against Manhattan on March 6... went 3-for-5 on March 7 against the Jaspers with another double... was the only Frog to record a multi-hit game in the series-opening win against No. 5 Rice on March 11... was 3-for-4... slumped again, but broke out of it with another three-hit day against Southern Miss on March 20... saw average dip down to .233 following an 0-for-3 day against Memphis... raised it back up to .260 with a 3-for-4 day against UT-Pan American on April 27... had his first multiple-RBI game of the season, driving in three runs with two doubles against Louisville on May 15... was 3-for-4 with three RBIs in two games at the Conference USA Tournament... finished his career on a five game hitting streak... raised his average 35 points, hitting .571 (8-for-14)... started all three games at the NCAA Waco Regional... went 5-for-10, earning him all-tournament honors... tore up left handers to the tune of a .392 average... hit only .218 against righties... seven of his 11 RBI came with two outs.
2004: Named to the Conference USA All-Tournament team... was a fixture in the Horned Frog lineup this season, seeing action in three different roles... saw time in left field (30 games), third base (16 games) and right field (7 games)... batted .331 for the season... worked his way into the starting lineup during the Southwest Diamond Classic in February and started the last 58 games of the season... finished third on the team with 80 hits and 52 RBI, second with 18 doubles... was successful in seven-of-eight steal attempts... second on the squad with 25 multi-hit games and 15 multiple RBI games... came off the bench and collected a pinch-hit against Dallas Baptist on Feb. 5... earned first start of the season on Feb. 15 against Texas State... was 2-for-4 with a run driven in... became a regular starter in game against Furman in the Southwest Diamond Classic on Feb. 21... had a six-game hit streak from Feb. 21-March 5... hit .462 (12-26) during that stretch... hit .500 (7-14) against Texas Tech with three RBI... longest hit-streak of the season was nine games from March 7-March 21... hit .410 (16-39) during the streak... lit up Memphis pitching to the tune of a .500 average... had back-to-back three-hit games against Houston on March 27 and 28... hit first home run of the season against Southern Miss on April 4... was 3-for-4 against No. 23 Oklahoma in a 5-4 TCU win... drove in three runs in a 5-4 win over UAB on May 7 with second home run of the season... drove in four more runs on May 8 in a loss to UAB... hit third home run of the season in the loss... also made first mound appearance of the season... struck out the side in his only inning of work... pitched three more innings against UAB on May 9, gave up a run on one hit, struck out two and walked three... third and final appearance on the mound came against No. 5 East Carolina... was tagged for four runs (three earned) in 1.2 innings of work... blew up in the Conference USA Postseason tournament... hit .363 (8-22) in the tournament with six RBI and four runs scored... named to the all-tournament team... hit .361 in RBI opportunities for the Frogs... 24 of his 52 RBIs came with two outs... was a .332 hitter against right-handed pitchers and .326 against lefties... hit .392 with runners on base.
At Weatherford/New Mexico JC: Was a plus-.400 hitter at New Mexico Junior College for head coach Ray Birmingham... hit 12 home runs and drove in 63 as a freshman... transferred to Weatherford his sophomore year... hit .385 last season for head coach Jeff Lightfoot... also smacked eight home runs and collected 56 RBI.
High School: Was an all-district performer as a junior and senior at Mesquite High School...earned team's Big Stick Award as a senior.
Personal: Full name is Brian D. Cogbill, Jr.... born August 27, 1982... son of Penny and Brian Cogbill... oldest of four children... has two sisters, Amber and Amanda and one brother, Brandon... has a double-major in real estate finance and entrepreneurial management.