Junior is third-ever first round pick
Junior earns second Pitcher of the Year accolade
All three games set to be televised on FSSW or FSSW+
Game set for 1 p.m. at Lupton Stadium
Junior taken with the 123rd overall pick
Selected By The Chicago White Sox with the No. 15 overall pick in the 2005 MLB Draft.
2005 (Junior): Named C-USA Pitcher of the Year and Male Athlete of the Year... consensus first-team all-American by Louisville Slugger, Baseball America and the NCBWA... finalist for the Brooks Wallace, the Xanthus-Dick Howser and Roger Clemens awards... appeared in 19 games, making 16 starts... had a record breaking season in which he set new season highs in wins (15), innings pitched (117) and strikeouts (151)... 15 wins was tied for tops in the nation... ranked third in the nation with a 1.62 ERA... was 10th in the nation averaging 11.6 strikeouts per nine innings... had five complete games to go along with one complete-game shut out and four combined shutouts... held opponents to a conference-low .191 batting average... surrendered just 35 walks, 83 hits and 28 runs on the season.. allowed only two home runs... team was 15-1 in games that he started... turned in five shutout innings in his first start of the season against Utah on February 11... allowed just six hits, while walking three and striking out six for his first win in a Horned Frog uniform... gave up three runs on three hits in his next start at Florida Atlantic on February 18... struck out eight and walked just two to improve to 2-0... suffered his lone loss of the season on short rest in a relief outing against Sam Houston State on February 22... gave up three runs on two hits in 1.2 innings of work... got a no-decision in a start against Manhattan on March 4... gave up one run on five hits in seven innings... recorded the Frogs first double-digit strikeout contest, fanning 10 Jaspers... started a streak of 36.2 innings without allowing an earned run, spanning seven appearances... struck out 52 batters in that span... earned first C-USA and National Pitcher of the Week honors following a complete game gem at No. 5 Rice on March 11... allowed one unearned run on three hits, while striking out eight to improve to 3-1... surrendered just one unearned run in seven innings to defeat the Southern Miss Golden Eagles on March 18... struck out 11 in the outing... came on in relief against Oklahoma, pitching 0.2 innings... improved to 5-1 with six shutout innings at Saint Louis on March 25... struck out nine and didn't walk a batter in the game... picked up his sixth win of the season on April 1, overcoming a first inning grand slam by East Carolina... all four runs were unearned as he went on to strike out 12 in eight innings of work... saw streak come to an end against USF on April 8... the Bulls touched him for three runs on seven hits in seven innings, but he still picked up his seventh win of the season... improved to 8-1 with a win over Memphis on April 15... gave up one run on six hits in seven innings... earned his ninth win in relief against then- No. 8 Baylor... pitched 1.2 scoreless inning and struck out two... got tagged for seven runs in 1.2 innings of work in a no-decision at Charlotte on April 23... came back strong to earn his second C-USA Pitcher of the Week honor with a complete-game against Houston on April 29... allowed two runs (one earned) on seven hits... struck out 12 and walked three... got his record-tying 11th win of the season at Cincinnati on May 6... pitched seven scoreless innings, struck out 11 and allowed just three hits... broke the record for wins in a season and strikeouts in a season on May 13 against Louisville... allowed one run on six hits, struck out 12 and walked only one en route to his third C-USA Pitcher of the Week honors... turned in second straight complete-game with a four-hit shutout of the No. 1 Tulane Green Wave... win earned him C-USA and National Pitcher of the Week honors... went six shutout innings against Southern Miss in the C-USA Tournament, struck out nine and allowed just three hits... was named to the all-tournament team... picked up his 15th win of the season in the Waco Regional following a complete-game effort against Stanford... allowed one run on six hits and struck out seven... allowed only two earned runs in his last 48 innings pitched... dominated right handed hitters, holding them to a .182 average... opponents hit only .147 with runners on base.
2004 Summer League: Played for the Northwoods League's Wisconsin Woodchucks... named by Baseball America as the league's top draft prospect... also named to the second-team all-American summer league team... pitched a hitless inning in the Northwoods all-star game... led the league with a 1.80 ERA in nine games... pitched 65 innings, struck out a league-high 95 batters... compiled a 5-1 record.
Dallas Baptist: Earned all-conference honors both seasons he pitched for the Patriots... threw two no-hitters as a freshman, one against Missouri Southern and the other against Tarleton State... earned Pitcher of the Week in the Heartland Conference for both efforts... as a sophomore, compiled a 10-2 record with a 2.82 ERA in 108 innings pitched... struck out a team-hight 102 batters.
Grand Prairie High: Was an all-district performer each of his three seasons of high school ball.
Personal: Full name is Lance Daniel Broadway... he is the son of Lynn and Toni Broadway... was born on August 20, 1983... has a younger sister, Lauren... majoring in communications.