Bryan Kervin

Bryan  Kervin


Grapevine, Texas

High School:
Grapevine High School

Last College:

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 185





TCU vs. Wichita State Postgame Notes


TCU Streaks Into Series Against Oklahoma

Horned Frogs are tied for first in the Big 12.


TCU Returns To Conference Play; Hosts K-State

Frogs sit in second place in the league standings


TCU Hits Road For Midweek Tilt At SFA

Frogs have won eight straight.


TCU Baseball All-Time Drafted Players

Career Honors:
• 2007 Mountain West Conference first-team all-conference
• 2006 Second-team All-Mountain West Conference
• Member of the Al Ogletree Classic All-Tournament Team

Career Numbers:
• Base hit in 124-of-175 games
• On-base in 148-of-175 games
• 63 multi-hit games
• 27 multi-RBI games

2007 (Junior):
• Started all 62 games for the second-straight season at shortstop.
• Tied for second on the squad with 76 base hits.
• Hit .290 on the year with 12 doubles, one triple, four home runs and drove in 32 runs.
• Worked 22 walks and was hit by the pitch five times.
• Was successful on six-of-eight stolen base attempts.
• Boasted a .958 fielding percentage.
• Hit safely in 45 games and reached base in 53 while posting 22 multi-hit contests and nine multiple-RBI games.
• Hit .330 with 15 RBIs and committed just two errors in league play.
• Hit .583 (7-for-12) in the series with a home run and three RBIs against Oral Roberts.
• Followed a 1-for-19 stretch with a nine-game hit streak that saw him hit .410 (16-for-39).
• After a 0-for-4 outing against UNLV broke out with a season-long 10-game winning streak.
• Racked up seven multi-hit games and hit .455 (20-for-44).
• Collected just four RBIs in his final 19 games.
• Hit what proved to be the game-winning home run against Baylor in the Frogs' NCAA Regional opener on June 1.
• Tallied 14 two-out RBIs on the season.

2006 (Sophomore):
• One of only two players to start all 62 games (all at shortstop).
• Ranked fourth on the squad with a .329 batting average.
• Was third with 41 runs driven in and led the team with 85 base hits, including 16 doubles, one triple and two home runs.
• Drew 31 bases on balls and was hit by the pitch four times.
• Set a new TCU mark with 18 sacrifices on the season (seven sacrifice flies and 11 sac bunts).
• Stole four bases in eight attempts.
• Tied for the team lead with 27 multi-hit games and ranked second with 11 multiple-RBI games.
• Hit safely in 49 games and reached base in 57.
• After a hitless game against Rice, commenced a 12-game hitting streak that saw him raise his average to a season-high .385.
• Hit .408 (20-for-49) during the streak that included six hits in the Al Ogletree Classic.
• Slumped a bit after the streak, collecting just two hits in his next 15 at-bats spanning four games.
• Following a no-hit contest against Baylor, hit safely in 14 of the next 15 games, including a nine game streak from April 7-21 in which he hit .486.
• Drove in five runs during the MWC Preseason tournament, including three against Air Force on April 2.
• Game started a streak of five straight with an RBI in which he totaled 12 RBIs.
• Collected his first career home run, a grand slam in the seventh inning against Air Force on April 9.
• Hit his second home run of the season at BYU on April 21.
• Ended the season with RBIs in the last seven games.
• Drove in the insurance run in Frogs' come-from-behind win over the Sooners in the opening game of the Regional.
• Tallied 17 two-out RBIs and hit .338 with runners in scoring position.

At Arizona:
• Spent one season with the Wildcats.
• Earned Pac-10 Honorable Mention as a freshman.
• Started 46 games and hit .342 with a slugging percentage of .436 and an on-base percentage of .398.
• Was 6-of-7 in stolen bases with 22 RBIs and 12 doubles.
• Had a .904 fielding percentage.

Grapevine High School:
• Only player in school history to be named team MVP twice (2003-04).
• Won the Grapevine Top Hustle Award and was named the Defensive MVP as a sophomore.
• Appeared in the North/South TSA Game in 2004.
• Ranked as the 25th top prospect in Texas by Texas Baseball Magazine.
• Named 2004 Offensive MVP for District 5-5A.
• Earned first-team honors from the Fort Worth Star Telegram as a senior and was an all-area selection as a freshman and junior.
• Named first-team all-District 6-4A shortstop as a sophomore and a junior.
• Was first-team all-Grapevine Sun in his sophomore and junior year.
• Named the Newcomer of the Year for District 6-4A and the FWST as a freshman.

• Bryan is the son of Rick and Becky.
• Has an older brother, Rick, and two older sisters, Renee and Kim.
• Majoring in Communications.

Career Highs:
Hits: 4, twice
Vs. Northern Colorado 2/12/05
@ UNLV 4/15/07
Runs: 3, four times
@ Arizona State 5/16/05
Vs. Air Force 4/8/06
Vs. Oral Roberts 2/18/07
@ UNLV 4/15/07
HR: 1, six times
Vs. Air Force 4/8/06
@ BYU 4/21/06
vs. Oral Roberts 2/17/07
@ Air Force 4/5/07
vs. UT-Pan American 5/11/07
vs. Baylor 6/1/07
RBI: 5 vs. Air Force 4/8/06
SB: 2, twice
Vs. Utah Valley State 5/6/05
Vs. Air Force 4/8/06
BB: 2, 11 times
Hitting Streak: 12 games, 2/14-3/7/06

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