Corey Steglich

Corey  Steglich


Fort Worth, Texas

High School:
Southwest High School

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 180




Career Highlights:
• Played four different positions in his four-year career (first base, second base, third base and center field).
• Made 80 starts at second base, 29 starts in center field, 18 starts as the designated hitter, 17 starts at first base and four starts at third base.
• Played in 176 career contests and made 148 starts.
• Posted a career batting average of .290, finishing with 158 career base hits.
• Of his 158 career base hits, 24 were doubles, five were triples and six were home runs.
• Three of his home runs came on a Big 12 field (two at Oklahoma and one at Texas A&M).
• Finished with 101 runs driven in, including a career-high 35 in his freshman campaign.
• Was successful in 15-of-21 stolen base attempts.
• As a freshman, put together a 19-game hitting streak to close out the season. • During the streak he hit .417 (30-for-72) with 17 of his 35 RBIs, nine multi-hit contests and four multiple-RBI games.
• Picked up 35 two-out RBIs in his career.
• Was limited to just 36 games played as a sophomore due to a mid-season injury.
• Hit safely in 105 of his 176 career games.
• Reached base safely in 122 of his 176 career contests.
• Tallied 41 multi-hit contests and 23 multiple-RBI games.
• Was a career .972 fielder.
• Graduated with a degree in communications.

2008 (Junior)
• Appeared in 32 games and made 16 starts.
• Of his 16 starts, 11 came at first, four as the designated hitter and one at third base.
• Tallied 11 base hits with one double and one triple while collecting four walks.
• Was a perfect 2-for-2 in stolen bases.
• Came in as a defensive replacement in 10 games, pinch hit in five contests and was a pinch runner in one game.
• Recorded a base hit in 10 games and reached base in 12.
• Picked up his first base hit of the season against Texas State on March 5.
• Went 1-for-3 with a sacrifice in a start against No. 2 Ole Miss on March 8.
• Stroked a two-run two-out single against Prairie View A&M on March 11.
• Started five straight games from March 16-24.
• Collected two hits, two walks and scored three runs against New Mexico.
• Scored a run and drove in another with a sacrifice fly against Texas.
A&M-Corpus Christi after entering the game as a pinch runner in the seventh.
• Went 2-for-3 with two RBIs in a start against Air Force on April 4.
• Notched his first stolen base of the season on April 5 against the Falcons.
• Hit his lone home run of the season on April 22 at Oklahoma.
• Three of his six RBIs came with two outs.

2007 (Sophomore):
• A broken hand in the middle of the season limited him to just 36 games played.
• Made 29 starts (14 at DH, six at first and second and three at third base).
• Finished the year with a .314 batting average.
• Smoked seven doubles and one home run while tallying 20 RBIs on the season.
• Was 2-for-4 in stolen bases.
• Posted eight multi-hit games and five multiple-RBI contests.
• Hit safely in 21 contests and reached base in 23 games.
• In just nine conference games, hit .433 with six doubles and seven RBIs.
• Had two five-game hit streaks (2/17-3/2 and 3/23-31).
• Hit a two-run home run at Texas A&M on March 27.
• Suffered a broken had in April 6 game at Air Force that benched him for over a month.
• Returned to the diamond on May 15 against UT-Arlington.
• Slumped at the end of the season with just one hit in his final eight games played.
• Lone hit was a single against Rice in the NCAA Houston Regional.
• Hit .647 with a runner on third and less than two outs and tallied eight two-out RBIs.

2006 (Freshman):
• Appeared in 52 games and started 48, all at second.
• Finished the season with a .316 batting average.
• Smoked nine doubles, two triples, two home runs and collected 35 RBIs.
• Was a perfect 4-for-4 in stolen bases.
• Collected four sac bunts and four sacrifice flies.
• Drew 18 walks and struck out just 25 times in 171 at-bats.
• Earned his first career start on March 7 against Oklahoma.
• Went 0-for-14 in his first eight games played.
• Collected an RBI single for his first career hit at Texas State on March 14.
• Had a seven-game hit streak (4/1-11) in which he went 13-for-30 with nine RBIs, raising his batting average .120 points to .234.
• Hit his first career triple and drove in a run in victory over Baylor on April 4.
• Tallied seven hits in a three-game series against Air Force, including three in the series opener, and drove in three runs.
• Had a dramatic home run in Frogs loss to Oklahoma on April 11.
• The two-run blast gave the Frogs a brief 11-10 lead in the top of the ninth.
• Tallied a single and a run scored in Frogs' victory over the Aztecs on April 29 commencing a 19-game hit streak.
• Hit .417 (30-for-72), raising his average up to .316 by the end of the season.
• 17 of his 35 RBIs on the year came during the streak.
• Also racked up nine of his 16 multi-hit contests and four of his nine multi-RBI games.
• Doubled in five straight games May 16-24.
• Torched New Mexico pitching going 7-for-11 (.637) with seven RBIs.
• Hit what proved to be the game-winning home run in the ninth inning in the series finale at New Mexico.
• Drove in a run and scored the tying run in TCU's come-from-behind win over Oklahoma in the NCAA Norman Regional on June 2.
• Played flawless defense in the last 13 games.
• Hit .397 with runners in scoring position and collected 15 two-out RBIs.

Southwest High School:
• Earned four varsity letters at Southwest.
• Owns the school record for career games (132) and hits (176).
• Named team MVP and was awarded the Leading Hitter Award as a senior.
• Was an all-state infielder and named Super Team designated hitter following senior campaign.
• Played in the North Texas High School Baseball All-Star Game.
• Named district Offensive Player of the Year in 2005.
• Was the district Utility Player of the Year in 2004.
• Earned first-team all-region honors in 2003 and 2004.
• Was an all-state outfielder as a sophomore.
• Named district Sophomore of the Year in 2003.
• Earned all-district honors as a freshman.

• Corey is the son of Bill and Kelly.
• Has a younger brother, Colton.

Career Highs:
Hits: 3, seven times
Air Force 4/7/06
@ New Mexico 5/19/06
vs. Wichita State 6/3/06
Oral Roberts 2/17/07
vs. N.C. State 2/25/07
@ BYU 3/23/07
@ BYU 3/24/07
Runs: 3, twice
Air Force 4/7/06
UT-Arlington 5/15/07
HR: 1, four times
@ Oklahoma 4/11/06
@ New Mexico 5/20/06
@ Texas A&M 3/27/07
@ Oklahoma 4/22/08
RBI: 4 @ New Mexico 5/19/06
SB: 2 vs. BYU 3/30/06
BB: 2, twice
Vs. BYU 3/30/06
UT-Arlington 5/15/07
Hitting Streak: 21 games, 4/29/06-2/10/07

Career Numbers:
• Base hit in 66-of-120 games
• On-base in 74-of-120 games
• 25 multi-hit games
• 16 multi-RBI games

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