Saw the majority of his time as the designated hitter, but also spent time as the catcher and on a few occasions in the outfield and at first base.
Appeared in 142 games over the course of his career and made 91 starts.
Of his 91 starts, 65 came as the designated hitter, 21 as a catcher, three at first base and two in left field.
Was a four-time academic all-conference member.
Ranks sixth all-time in school history with 27 total sacrifices (22 sacrifice bunts and four sacrifice flies).
Of his 87 career hits, 19 were doubles, two were triples and six were home runs.
Drove in 55 runs, including a career-high 24 as a junior, in his career.
Tallied a base hit in 65 of his 142 career games.
Reached base safely in 84 career games.
Racked up 20 multi-hit games and 12 multiple RBI contests.
Finished his career with a .983 fielding percentage, committing just four errors in four seasons.
Was hit by the pitch 21 times over the course of his career.
Highlight of his career was a game-winning home run in the top of the ninth inning at Utah on March 20, 2009.
Hit .310 (9-for-29) as a pinch hitter with six RBIs, three doubles and two triples.
Was a .304 (35-for-115) hitter in league play.
Graduated with a degree in accounting.
Played in a career-high 52 games and made 44 starts (38 as the DH and three each as the catcher and at first base).
Hit .263 with 10 doubles, one home run and a career-high 24 RBIs.
Drew 21 walks and ranked third on the team with 10 hit by pitches.
Posted an on-base percentage of .395.
Ranked first in the conference and 16th nationally with 16 sacrifices.
Hit safely in 26 games and reached base in 35.
Tallied nine multi-hit contests and four multiple RBI games.
Hit .364 in 16 conference games with 11 RBIs.
Opened the season with a six-game hit streak in which he hit .438 (7-for-16).
Connected for TCU's first home run of the season, a solo shot against Dallas Baptist on Feb. 26.
His RBI single in the sixth inning against No. 2 Ole Miss on March 9 proved to be the game-winner as TCU took 2-of-3 from the Rebels.
Smacked an RBI double off the bench against Dallas Baptist on March 24.
Put together a three-game hitting streak from April 12-15 in which he hit .455 (5-for-11).
Tied a career-high with three RBIs at San Diego State on April 26 as part of a 2-for-3 day at the plate.
Went 2-for-2 the following day in the series finale at San Diego State.
Had a stretch of six straight games with RBI, collecting eight from May 11-22.
Collected three of the RBIs in the series against UT-Pan American.
Picked up another two RBIs off the bench at New Mexico on May 17.
Tallied two RBIs in the first two conference tournament games against UNLV and New Mexico.
Had another three-game hitting streak from May 24-May 31 in which he hit .500 (5-for-10).
Drove in two runs in the MWC tournament championship game.
Named an MWC Academic All-Conference performer.
Honored as an MWC Scholar Athlete.
Battled a shoulder injury that limited him to 34 games played.
Started 21 contests (two in left field, seven at catcher and 12 as the DH).
Finished the season with a .273 batting average.
Of his 21 hits on the year, four went for doubles and two for home runs.
Played flawless defense in 75 chances in the field, running his errorless streak to 185 chances over his last 64 games played.
Nine of his 12 total RBIs came with two outs.
Appeared in 14 conference games and hit .364 with three doubles, one home run and 11 RBIs.
Collected just one hit in his first eight games (1-for-15).
Busted out of his slump with a 3-for-3 day at the plate with a double and a home run against UC Santa Barbara on March 31.
Had a career-long six game hit streak from April 28-May 6 in which he raised his average from .257 to .321.
Hit .429 (9-for-21) during the streak with four runs scored and nine runs driven in.
Streak started with a 1-for-2 day at the plate against San Diego State in which he scored a career-high three runs, drove in two and hit his second home run of the year.
Streak also started a stretch of 10 straight starts for Woodruff.
Had three straight two-hit contests.
Drove in three runs in back-to-back contests against Utah (May 4-5).
Slumped the remainder of the way with just three hits in his final 21 at-bats (.143).
Appeared in 32 games, making 18 starts.
Tallied a base knock in 15 games and reached base safely in 21.
Totaled five multi-hit games and three multiple RBI games.
Hit .262 on the season with six extra-base hits.
Made collegiate debut as a defensive replacement on Feb. 10 against No. 12 Tulane.
Earned his first start on Feb. 11 against Houston.
First career hit was an RBI double against Texas State (Feb. 14).
Hit a blistering .455 (5-for-11) in the Al Ogletree Classic (Feb. 17-19).
Had season-long five game hitting streak in which he hit .400 (8-for-20).
Picked up a pinch-hit triple against UT-Arlington on April 25.
Hit his first career home run on May 18 against New Mexico.
Started the final two games of the series and collected three hits and four RBIs, including a career-high three on May 20.
Came off the bench and picked up two hits in the NCAA Regional game against Wichita State on June 3.
Was 2-for-4 as a pinch-hitter.
Committed just one error in 116 chances, finishing the season without an error in his last 110 chances.
Highland Park High School:
Was a first-team all-district player all four years of high school.
Named all-state as a junior and senior.
Selected to play in the 4A/5A THSBCA North/South All-Star Game as a senior.
Hit 16 career home runs.
Had a cumulative batting average of .360 and hit .420 as a senior.
Parents are Kevin and Lisa.
Has two older sisters, Whitney and Meredith.
Is a Pre-Medicine major.
Hits: 3, twice
vs. Stephen F. Austin 2/19/06
vs. UC Santa Barbara 3/31/07
Runs: 3 vs. San Diego State 4/28/07
HR: 1, four times
@ New Mexico 5/18/06
vs. UC Santa Barbara 3/31/07
vs. San Diego State 4/28/07
vs.Dallas Baptist 2/26/08
RBI: 3, four times
@ New Mexico 5/20/06
@ Utah 5/4/07
@ Utah 5/5/07
@ San Diego State 4/26/08
SB: 1 twice
@ New Mexico 5/19/06
vs. Cal State Fullerton 2/22/08
BB: 2, five times
Hitting Streak: 6 games, 4/28-5/6/07
6 games, 2/22-3/1/08,br>
Base hit in 55-of-108 games
On-base in 72-of-108 games
20 multi-hit games
10 multi-RBI games