Was a two-time second-team all-conference performer.
Transferred to TCU from Grayson Community College in the fall of 2008.
Named to the Fort Worth Regional all-tournament team.
His 107 RBIs over the course of his two years was more than any other Frog in that time frame.
Played in 112 games over his two seasons and made 102 starts, all of which came in right field.
His 21 doubles in 2008 tied a school record.
Hit safely in 79 of his 112 career games.
Reached base safely in 85 of 112 career contests.
Racked up 37 multi-hit contests and 31 multiple RBI games.
Posted a .337 career batting and collected 141 base hits.
Tallied 42 doubles, four triples and 12 home runs.
Was successful in 4-of-6 stolen base attempts.
Contributed defensively with eight outfield assists.
Posted a .320 batting average in 43 conference games.
Opened his junior campaign with a .105 batting average through the first 13 games, but closed out the season hitting .372 over the final 41 contests to finish with a .344 batting average on the season.
Tied a school record on April 17, 2008 at BYU with three doubles in a contests, a feat that has been accomplished on 11 occasions.
Led the 2009 squad with 78 base hits.
Drafted in the 32nd round of the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft by the Milwaukee Brewers.
Graduated with a degree in communications.
Named second-team all-conference.
Played in 55 games and made 45 starts, all of which came in right field.
Ranked third on the team with a .344 batting average, which was also 12th in the league.
Led the team and ranked third in the Mountain West with 55 RBIs.
Tied the school record with 21 doubles, which was tied for second in the league.
Had a team-best .579 slugging percentage and a .380 on-base percentage.
Tallied 63 base hits, scored 34 runs, worked 13 walks and stole two bases.
Hit safely in 33 games and reached base in 38.
Posted 17 multi-hit games and led the team with 15 multiple RBI contests.
Hit .381 in league play with 12 doubles and a team-high 31 RBIs.
Had just six starts through the first two months of the season and was hitting just .105.
Broke out of his slump and hit .372 (61-for-164) over the final 41 games, raising his average 229 points.
Came off the bench against Dallas Baptist on March 24 and went 2-for-3 with three runs scored.
Collected his first RBIs of the season on March 28 at UNLV with a two-run triple in the seventh.
Game started a streak of five straight with at least one RBI.
Drove in 12 during that stretch.
Hit safely in six straight games, hitting .619 (13-for-21) in that stretch.
Moved into the starting lineup on March 29 and was a fixture from that point on.
Picked up three RBIs in the final two games at UNLV on March 29-30.
Hit his first home run of the season in the series finale on March 30.
Drove in the game-winning run in the eighth inning with a double against Baylor on April 1.
Collected a career-high six RBIs at Texas State on April 2.
Went 4-for-5 with three runs scored, a double and two home runs.
Was tabbed the MWC Co-Hitter of the Week on April 7 thanks to nine RBIs during the previous week.
Put together another six game hitting streak from April 15-22 in which he hit .407 (11-for-27) with 12 RBIs.
Tied another school record with three doubles at BYU on April 17 and drove in four runs.
Had three more RBIs in the series finale at BYU on April 19.
Hit his third home run of the season at Oklahoma on April 22, a three-run shot in the ninth.
Had another four-hit game at San Diego State on April 26.
May 10 commenced a career-long eight-game hitting streak that saw him hit .444 (16-for-36) with 13 RBIs.
Had four hits each in the last two games at New Mexico on May 16-17.
Collected his second six-RBI game on May 16, helping the Frogs clinch the regular season title.
Ended the season with a four-game hitting streak in which he hit .529 (9-for-17) with five RBIs.
Tallied three hits with two doubles and two RBIs in the MWC Championship game on May 24.
Went 4-for-5 against Western Kentucky on May 31 in the NCAA Stillwater Regional.
28 of his 55 RBIs came with two outs.
Named academic all-conference.
At Grayson County Community College:
Spent two seasons playing for Head Coach Dusti Hart.
Played in the 2006 Fall All-Star game in Waco, Texas.
Was named the Grayson County College Male Athlete of the Year in 2006.
Twice named to the Dean's List at Grayson.
At Weatherford HS:
Lettered for Head Coach Lew Prestige at Weatherford HS.
Was an all-district performer as a sophomore and junior.
Named the Weatherford High School Player of the Year as a senior.
Also tabbed as the WHS Most Valuable Player following his senior campaign.
Dubbed the MVP of District 4-5A.
Earned all-state and all-area honors as a senior.
Parents are Jack and Angela.
Has two younger brothers, Jordan and Landon.
Majoring in Communications.
Hits: 4, five times
Runs: 3, twice
vs. Dallas Baptist 3/24/08
@ Texas State 4/2/08
HR: 2 @ Texas State 4/2/08
RBI: 6, twice
@ Texas State 4/2/08
@ New Mexico 5/16/08
SB: 1, twice
vs. Baylor 4/1/08
@ BYU 4/18/08
BB: 2, twice
@ Dallas Baptist 4/21/08
@ Oklahoma 4/22/08
Hitting Streak: 8 games, 5/4-5/21/08
Base hit in 33-of-55 games
On-base in 38-of-55 games
17 multi-hit games
15 multi-RBI games