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2014 RED RAIDER BASEBALL Associate Director/Communications: Scott Lacefield • C: (817) 691-3786 • O: (806) 834-4733 • Email: scott.lacefield@ttu.edu • Twitter: @ScottLacefield | @TechGameday Texas Tech Athletics Communications • 6th St. and Boston Ave. - Room 117 • Lubbock, Texas 79409-3021 • www.TexasTech.com

2014 OFFICIAL GAME NOTES

2014 SCHEDULE/RESULTS FEBRUARY (0-0) 14 #3 INDIANA________________________ 2 p.m. 15 #3 INDIANA_________________________ Noon 15 #3 INDIANA________________________ 4 p.m. 16 #3 INDIANA_________________________ Noon 21 # ORAL ROBERTS_____________________ 2 p.m. 22 # ORAL ROBERTS_____________________ 2 p.m. 23 # ORAL ROBERTS_____________________ 1 p.m. 24 BYU_______________________________ 1 p.m. 27 at Stephen F. Austin_______________ 12:30 p.m. 28 + vs. Houston______________________ 12:05 p.m.

GAMES 1-4

TEXAS TECH vs. #3 INDIANA

0-0, 0-0

MARCH (0-0) 1 + vs. Sam Houston State_____________ 12:05 p.m. 2 + vs. Rice___________________________ 1:35 p.m. 4 NEW MEXICO_______________________ 2 p.m. 6 NEW MEXICO STATE_______________6:30 p.m. 7 NEW MEXICO STATE (FCS)__________6:30 p.m. 8 NEW MEXICO STATE_________________ 2 p.m. 9 NEW MEXICO STATE__________________ Noon 11 ABILENE CHRISTIAN_______________6:30 p.m. 14 * at Baylor_________________________ 6:35 p.m. 15 * at Baylor (FS1)________________________ Noon 16 * at Baylor_________________________ 1:05 p.m. 18 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN_______________6:30 p.m. 19 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN_________________ 2 p.m. 21 * at TCU___________________________ 6:30 p.m. 22 * at TCU______________________________2 p.m. 23 * at TCU______________________________1 p.m. 25 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF____________6:30 p.m. 26 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF______________ 2 p.m. 28 * TEXAS (FCS)______________________6:30 p.m. 29 * TEXAS_____________________________ 2 p.m. 30 * TEXAS (FSW)_______________________ 2 p.m. APRIL (0-0) 1 vs. New Mexico - Midland, Texas_________6 p.m. 4 * at Oklahoma State____________________7 p.m. 5 * at Oklahoma State____________________3 p.m. 6 * at Oklahoma State____________________1 p.m. 8 ABILENE CHRISTIAN_______________6:30 p.m. 11 * KANSAS STATE___________________6:30 p.m. 12 * KANSAS STATE_____________________ 3 p.m. 13 * KANSAS STATE (FCS)________________ 1 p.m. 15 DALLAS BAPTIST____________________ 2 p.m. 17 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M________________6:30 p.m. 18 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M (FSW)____________ 2 p.m. 19 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M__________________ 2 p.m. 21 at New Mexico_______________________3 p.m. 22 vs. TCU - Abilene, Texas_________________6 p.m. 25 * OKLAHOMA (FSW)________________6:30 p.m. 26 * OKLAHOMA________________________ 2 p.m. 27 * OKLAHOMA (PLUS)__________________ 2 p.m. 29 at Oral Roberts_______________________6 p.m. MAY (0-0) 2 * at Kansas____________________________6 p.m. 3 * at Kansas____________________________2 p.m. 4 * at Kansas____________________________1 p.m. 6 at Dallas Baptist______________________2 p.m. 15 * WEST VIRGINIA (PLUS)_____________6:30 p.m. 16 * WEST VIRGINIA___________________6:30 p.m. 17 * WEST VIRGINIA_____________________ 2 p.m. 21-25 Phillips 66 Big 12 Championships_________ TBD M30-J2 NCAA Regionals_______________________ TBD J6-9 NCAA Super Regionals__________________ TBD J14-25 NCAA College World Series______________ TBD BOLD Home games played at Rip Griffin Park * Big 12 Conference Game # Brooks Wallace Memorial Series (Lubbock, Texas) + Houston College Classic (Houston, Texas) FCS FOX College Sports FS1 FOX Sports 1 FSW FOX Sports Southwest PLUS FOX Sports Southwest Plus

February 14-16, 2014 2:00 p.m. | Noon | 4:00 p.m. | Noon Lubbock, Texas Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park (4,528)

First Pitch: _____ Fri: 2 p.m., Sat: Noon & 4 p.m., Sun: Noon Stadium_________ Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park (4,528) Surface__________________________________ FieldTurf Dimensions:________________330 (LF), 404 (CF), 330 (RF) All-Time Series________________________ Never Played Last Meeting:_________________________ Never Played

0-0, 0-0

TV_________________________________________None TV Talent____________________________________None Network Radio_____________ Texas Tech Sports Network Radio Talent___Robert Giovannetti (PXP), Jamie Lent (Analyst) Live Audio________________________ www.TexasTech.tv Gameday Central________________ www.TexasTech.com

TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS

#3 INDIANA HOOSIERS

Overall Record:________________________________ 0-0 Conference Record:____________________________ 0-0 NCAA RPI/Boyd’s World/Warren Nolan:_________ ---/---/-- Home Record:_____________________________ 0-0 Road Record:______________________________ 0-0 Neutral Record:____________________________ 0-0 Last 5/Last 10:__________________________0-0/0-0 Streak:______________________________________ N/A Rankings:___ NCBWA: NR/ USA TODAY: NR/CB: NR/BA: NR Website:______________________ www.TexasTech.com Head Coach:___________________________ Tim Tadlock Career Record:__________________ 26-30 (2nd year) Record at Texas Tech:_____________ 26-30 (2nd year)

Overall Record:________________________________ 0-0 Conference Record:____________________________ 0-0 NCAA RPI/Boyd’s World/Warren Nolan:_________ ---/---/-- Home Record:_____________________________ 0-0 Road Record:______________________________ 0-0 Neutral Record:____________________________ 0-0 Last 5/Last 10:__________________________0-0/0-0 Streak:______________________________________ N/A Rankings:___ BA: #3/ CB: #7/ NCBWA: #11/ USA TODAY: #11 Website:______________________ www.IUHoosiers.com Head Coach:___________________________ Tracy Smith Career Record:________________560-442 (18th Year) Record at School:_______________243-222 (9th Year)

PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS

Friday, February 14 Saturday, February 15

Pitcher Dominic Moreno (RHP) Joey DeNato (LHP)

Pitcher Matt Withrow (RHP) Kyle Hart (LHP)

Friday, February 14

Pitcher Chris Sadberry (LHP) Christian Morris (RHP)

Sunday, February 16

Pitcher TBD TBD

FIRST PITCH Texas Tech opens its 65th season of baseball this weekend hosting No. 3 Indiana for a four-game series at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park. The Red Raiders are led by second-year head coach Tim Tadlock who guided Tech to a 26-30 record in 2013 while tallying the second most wins in school history by a TTU first-year head coach. Tech returns eight positions players from last year that started at least 20 games and also welcome back eight pitchers that made starts in 2013. This season marks the sixth consecutive year that Tech is opening its season at home. The Red Raiders have won five straight Opening Day contests. Indiana is coming off its best season in school history after its first-ever appearance at the College World Series (first by a Big Ten program in 29 years) with a 49-16 overall record in 2013. The Hoosiers return 22 letterwinners, including eight position starters and 10 pitchers. Indiana has four players who have received preseason All-America honors. LEADING OFF • Texas Tech is 41-23 all-time on Opening Day, including a 14-1 record since 1999. • Tech has won five consecutive Opening Day games while capturing 14 straight at home (dates back to 1999). • The Red Raiders are 28-5 all-time on Opening Day at home. • Since 1986, Texas Tech is 20-1 on Opening Day in Lubbock... Tech is also 28-1 in home openers since 1985. • Texas Tech is playing its first top-10 ranked opponent on Opening Day since 1989 (at No. 10 Arizona State). • The Red Raiders are 8-11 against top-10 ranked teams at home since 2005. • Texas Tech is 4-7 at home against top-five ranked opponents since 2004. Indiana marks the fifth opponent in that span. • Tech and Indiana has never met before this season. Indiana marks Tech’s seventh all-time opponent from the Big Ten. • Texas Tech alum Tim Tadlock is 1-0 as a head coach on Opening Day (2013) and 2-0 as a starting shortstop (1990-91). • RHP Dominic Moreno is the first Red Raider since Chad Bettis (2009-10) to start on Opening Day in back-to-back years. • Moreno struck out 11 batters on 2013 Opening Day (vs. Northern Illinois) - the most by a Red Raider in over 27 years. • Texas Tech’s last six Opening Day starters (2006-2012) are all in professional baseball while four are in the big leagues. • With a start Friday, Tim Proudfoot will be the first Red Raider in over 27 years to start at SS in three straight Opening Days. • 2B Bryant Burleson begins the season with a 14-game hit streak. Longest by a Red Raider to end a season since 2001. • LHP Jonny Drozd enters the season with 17.2 consecutive scoreless innings pitched dating back to last season. • Tim Tadlock led Texas Tech to a 14-3 record during his first season in non-conference home games. • Texas Tech’s has a perfect 0.00 ERA during the last three Opening Day games (2011-13) allowing 11 hits and 1 run (0 ER).

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball MEDIA INFORMATION

QUICK FACTS

TEXASTECH.COM Is the official website of Texas Tech Athletics. Texas Tech baseball releases as well as a wide variety of athletics department information can be found on the official website of Red Raider Athletics. Weekly game notes, recaps, box scores, statistics, coach/player interviews, highlights, photos and much more can be found here throughout the season.

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION School________________________ Texas Tech University Location___________________________ Lubbock, Texas Founded____________________________________1923 Enrollment________________________________ 33,111 Nickname_____________________________ Red Raiders School Colors________________________Scarlet & Black Affiliation__________________________NCAA Division I Conference_________________________________Big 12 Chancellor________________ Kent Hance (Texas Tech ‘65) President___________ Dr. Duane Nellis (Montana State ‘76) Director of Athletics______Kirby Hocutt (Kansas State ‘95) Faculty Representative________________ Brian Shannon Athletic Department Phone____________ (806) 742-3355 Ticket Office________________________ (806) 742-4412

TEXAS TECH SPORTS NETWORK For the 21st consecutive year, the entire Texas Tech baseball game schedule will be broadcast live on the Texas Tech Sports Network and made available to its statewide affiliates. In the broadcast booth for his seventh season, Robert Giovannetti will handle the play-by-play duties along with Brian Hanni, who enters his second season. Handling the radio analyst duties for the second consecutive year is Jamie Lent while Dr. Mike Gustafson will serve as a fill in for his fourth season in the booth. Each broadcast gets underway with a 30-minute pre-game show while games will be carried locally on the flagship station of the Texas Tech Sports Network, Double T 104.3 FM and in Hobbs, N.M. on 1390 AM. Fans who are located outside of the listening areas can follow the Red Raiders online through Texas Tech TV at www.TexasTech.tv. Live audio is streamed for both home and away games. RED RAIDER BASEBALL WITH TIM TADLOCK WEEKLY RADIO SHOW Fans and media alike can listen to Red Raider Baseball with Tim Tadlock (radio show) all season with 10 shows throughout the 2013 season. The show will be hosted by Brian Hanni and will air live on KTTU 104.3 FM between 6 and 7 p.m. The show will air live on location at Rudy’s Country Store and Bar-B-Q on South Loop 289 and Slide Road. Radio Show dates: April 22... April 29... May 6... May 13... May 19... Last show (TBD). BIG 12 CONFERENCE The baseball media contact for the Big 12 Conference is Laura Rasmussen. She can be reached by email at lrasmussen@Big12Sports.com or by phone at (469) 524-1009. MEDIA CREDENTIALS - Media members wishing to cover the Texas Tech baseball team at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park during the season must be issued a working credential from the Texas Tech Athletics Communications Office. - All requests for both media and photo credentials must be made in writing at least two days in advance of the game date to Scott Lacefield, Associate Director of Athletics Communications (email: scott.lacefield@ttu.edu). - Requests are honored from sports editors of daily and weekly newspapers, editors of sports periodicals, sports directors of radio and television stations who broadcast regularly scheduled daily sports reports and talk shows and collegiate baseball websites. INTERVIEWING HEAD COACH TIM TADLOCK & RED RAIDER STUDENT-ATHLETES All interview requests with head coach Tim Tadlock and Red Raider baseball student-athletes must be arranged through Scott Lacefield in the Athletics Communications Office. Contact Scott Lacefield at (817) 691-3786. VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS Texas Tech Athletics will provide video highlights and interviews of Red Raider baseball through an FTP site hosted by the Texas Tech athletics department. Members of the media can download files in QuickTime format that are of broadcast quality. Texas Tech will make every efffort to have highlights and interviews available as quickly as possible following games and from weekly media availability. For login information, please contact Scott Lacefield.

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HISTORY First Year of Baseball_________________ 1926, then 1954 All-Time Record (Years)_____________ 1,501-1,197-8 (64) All-Time Big 12 Record (Years)___________225-230-2 (17) All-Time Extra-Innings Record________________ 37-29-3 All-Time Home Record____________________ 975-465-5 All-Time Road Record_____________________ 419-646-3 All-Time Neutral Record______________________ 107-86 No. Years in CWS/Last App_____________________ None NCAA Regionals_________________ 9 (1995-2002, 2004) Hosted NCAA Regionals___________ 3 (1996, 1997, 1999) Last Opponent / Result______ 2004, Georgia Tech / L, 5-3 COACHING STAFF Head Coach______________ Tim Tadlock (Texas Tech ‘92) Career Record / years________________ 26-30 / 2nd year Record at TTU / years________________ 26-30 / 2nd year Assistant Coach______________ Ray Hayward (2nd Year) Assistant Coach_____________ J-Bob Thomas (2nd Year) Volunteer Assistant Coach_______Matt Gardner (1st Year) Director of Operations__________ Joe Hughes (2nd Year) Administrative Assistant___ Charlotte Becton (11th Year) Equipment Manager_________Shishir Bhakta (14th Year) Baseball Office Phone________________ (806) 834-4836 Baseball Fax________________________ (806) 742-4630 Baseball Clubhouse__________________ (806) 742-0340 SPORTS MEDICINE Athletic Trainer/Baseball______ Bryan Simpson (1st Year) Email_______________________ bryan.simpson@ttu.edu TEAM INFORMATION 2013 Overall Record__________________________ 26-30 Big 12 Conference Record / Finish____________9-15 / 8th Home Record_______________________________ 19-10 Away Record_________________________________ 6-16 Neutral Record________________________________ 1-4 Final Rankings_______________________________ None Postseason________________ Big 12 Championship, 1-2 Letterwinners Returning / Lost________________ 18 / 13 Position Starters Returning / Lost________________ 8 / 1 Pitchers Returning / Lost_______________________ 8 / 5 Starting Pitchers Returning / Lost________________ 8 / 1 Newcomers / Redshirt Returners________________ 14 / 1 STADIUM INFORMATION Home Field___________ Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park Surface_________________________________ FieldTurf Capacity___________________________________ 4,528 Record at Facility (2012-Present)________________ 41-21 Dimensions___________________ 330-LF, 404-CF, 330-RF Fence Height_______________________________ 12 feet

DOMINIC MORENO

- Moreno becomes just the fifth Texas Tech pitcher over the last 27 years to start back-to-back Opening Days - joining Chad Bettis (2009-10), Shane Wright (1998-99), Mark Brandenburg (1991-92) and Rodney Steph (1989-90).

SPORTS INFORMATION Associate Director/Baseball Contact______Scott Lacefield Cell Phone__________________________ (817) 691-3786 Office Phone________________________ (806) 834-4733 Email________________________scott.lacefield@ttu.edu Twitter:___________________________ @ScottLacefield Fax________________________________ (806) 742-1970 Mailing Address_____ P.O. Box 43021, Lubbock, TX 79409 Overnight Address____ 6th & Boston, Lubbock, TX 79409 Website_______________________ www.TexasTech.com

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball

ALPHABETICAL

2014 NUMERICAL ROSTER NO. 1 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 20 21 25 26 28 29 30 32 34 35 36 37 38 39 41 42 44 45 48

NAME Tim Proudfoot Jake Barrios Todd Ritchie Hunter Redman Ryan Long Alec Humphreys Adam Kirsch Tyler Neslony Stephen Smith Eric Gutierrez Dalton Brown Dominic Moreno Tyler Floyd Zach Davis Mason Randolph Cameron Smith Bryant Burleson Matt Broadbent Nick Pettus Devon Conley Anthony Lyons Jonny Drozd Justin Bethard Corey Taylor Matt Withrow Ty Damron Matt Custred Johnathon Tripp Brock Hunt Dylan Dusek Chris Sadberry Ryan Moseley Heath Herrington Sean Thompson

COACHING STAFF 6 Tim Tadlock 33 Ray Hayward 19 J-Bob Thomas 15 Matt Gardner Joe Hughes Bryan Simpson Shishir Bhakta

POS INF INF OF C INF INF OF OF OF/RHP UTL/LHP RHP RHP C OF C LHP INF INF RHP/INF OF OF LHP RHP RHP RHP LHP RHP RHP/UTL RHP LHP LHP RHP RHP RHP

HT 5-10 6-2 5-8 6-0 6-1 5-9 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-10 6-3 5-11 5-9 5-10 6-2 5-11 5-10 5-10 5-11 6-0 6-5 6-7 6-3 6-0 6-4 6-2 6-6 6-5 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-0

Head Coach Pitching Coach Assistant Coach Volunteer Assistant Director of Operations Athletic Trainer Equipment Manager

WT 180 200 145 190 195 170 210 190 225 190 245 185 195 160 195 155 185 190 180 170 225 200 200 255 215 195 230 190 185 190 200 185 185 215

B/T R/R R/R L/L R/R L/R R/R R/R L/R R/R R/L R/R R/R R/R R/R S/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L L/L R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R L/L L/L R/R R/R R/R

CL/EXP Jr./2L Sr./1L Sr./1L Jr./TR Fr./HS So./1L Sr./TR So./1L Fr./HS So./1L So./1L Jr./1L So./TR So./1L Sr./3L Jr./TR Jr./2L Fr./HS Jr./TR RS Sr./1L Fr./HS Sr./1L So./1L Jr./1L So./1L Fr./HS So./1L So./1L RS So./TR Fr./HS RS Jr./TR Fr./HS RS Jr./RS Fr./HS

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/PREVIOUS SCHOOL North Bend, Wash./Mount Si Weatherford, Okla./Weatherford/Seward County CC Georgetown, Texas/Georgetown/Howard College Midland, Texas/Midland Christian/Midland College Crandall, Texas/Crandall Midlothian, Texas/Midlothian Spring, Texas/Spring/FIU Corpus Christ, Texas/Calallen Wolfforth, Texas/Frenship Mission, Texas/Sharyland Ponder, Texas/Ponder Farmington, N.M./Piedra Vista/Howard College Stephenville, Texas/Stephenville/McLennan CC Houston, Texas/Cypress Lakes Lubbock, Texas/Coronado Seabrook, Texas/Clear Lake/New Mexico JC Midland, Texas/Midland Christian Cypress, Texas/Cypress Woods Broken Arrow, Okla./Broken Arrow/Seminole State Rio Rancho, N.M./Rio Rancho/New Mexico JC Arlington, Texas/Arlington Martin Lake Dallas, Texas/Lake Dallas/Grayson County Frisco, Texas/Centennial Kennedale, Texas/Kennedale/Cisco College Odessa, Texas/Midland Christian Krum, Texas/Krum Keller, Texas/Keller Spring, Texas/Klein Madison, Miss./Madison Central/Howard College Sugar Land, Texas/Kempner Holliday, Texas/Holliday/Grayson County Lubbock, Texas/Cooper Amarillo, Texas/Amarillo/Cisco College Southlake, Texas/Southlake Carroll

NO 3 32 25 13 21 28 37 36 17 49 30 41 16 12 45 8 39 9 7 29 14 44 10 26 1 18 5 46 4 42 20 11 34 48 38 35

NAME Jake Barrios Justin Bethard Matt Broadbent Dalton Brown Bryant Burleson Devon Conley Matt Custred Ty Damron Zach Davis Blake Douglas Jonny Drozd Dylan Dusek Tyler Floyd Eric Gutierrez Heath Herrington Alec Humphreys Brock Hunt Adam Kirsch Ryan Long Anthony Lyons Dominic Moreno Ryan Moseley Tyler Neslony Nick Pettus Tim Proudfoot Mason Randolph Hunter Redman Matt Riney Todd Ritchie Chris Sadberry Cameron Smith Stephen Smith Corey Taylor Sean Thompson Johnathon Tripp Matt Withrow

POS INF RHP INF RHP INF OF RHP LHP OF RHP LHP LHP C INF RHP INF RHP OF INF OF RHP RHP OF RHP INF C C RHP OF LHP LHP OF RHP RHP RHP RHP

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 11 Jake BARRIOS BARE-ee-oss 32 Justin BETHARD BETH-urd 28 DEVON Conley DEV-in 37 Matt CUSTRED CUSS-tred 36 Ty DAMRON DAM-ren 41 Dylan DUSEK DUE-sheck 30 Jonny DROZD drozed 8 ALEC HUMPHREYS AL-eck HUM-freeze 9 Adam KIRSCH kersh 40 Dominic MORENO muh-REN-oh 10 Tyler NESLONY nez-LOE-nee 26 Nick PETTUS PET-us

2nd Season 2nd Season 2nd Season 1st Season 2nd Season 1st Season 14th Season

2013 STARTERS BY POSITION

CF

Devon Conley__________ 28 Brett Bell______________ 27 Todd Ritchie____________ 1

LF

RF

Brett Bell______________ 23 Zach Davis____________ 21 Todd Ritchie___________ 10 Brennan Moore__________ 2

SS

2B

Tim Proudfoot__________ 49 Jake Barrios_____________ 7

Bryant Burleson________ 55 Alec Humphreys_________ 1

3B

DH

Jarrard Poteete_________ 38 Scott LeJeune___________ 6 Elliot Richoux___________ 6 Alec Humphreys_________ 2 A.J. Florence____________ 2 Tyler Neslony___________ 1 Eric Gutierrez___________ 1

Devon Conley__________ 27 Todd Ritchie____________ 9 Tyler Neslony___________ 9 Brennan Moore__________ 8 Eric Gutierrez___________ 3

1B

Jake Barrios____________ 43 Alec Humphreys_________ 8 Tim Proudfoot___________ 3 A.J. Florence____________ 2

Eric Gutierrez__________ 52 Scott LeJeune___________ 3 Blake Bass______________ 1

C

Mason Randolph_______ 42 Jarrard Poteete__________ 8 Elliot Richoux___________ 6

P

Matt Withrow__________ 12 Trey Masek____________ 11 Jonny Drozd___________ 10 Dominic Moreno_______ 10 Corey Taylor____________ 7 Johnathon Tripp_________ 3 Dalton Brown___________ 1 Matt Custred____________ 1 Justin Bethard___________ 1

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball THE TIM TADLOCK FILE

HEAD COACH TIM TADLOCK

Year

Overall

Conf

Big 12

Big 12 Tourn

2013

26-30

9-15

8th

1-2

2014

0-0

0-0

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Total

26-30

9-15

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1-2

The Tim Tadlock head coaching era at Texas Tech began in 2013 with a 26-30 overall record and with a 9-15 record in Big 12 play with an eighth-place finish in the league while advancing to the Big 12 Championship. Tadlock was named head coach of the Texas Tech baseball program on June 8, 2012, becoming the ninth head coach in program history. Tadlock will enter his 22nd year in collegiate baseball in 2014, which will mark his second as head coach at Texas Tech. Regarded as one of the top recruiters in the country, Tadlock has already started making his mark as the head coach of the Red Raiders in the Big 12 Conference. In his first season the Red Raiders broke all-time school records for fielding percentage (.974) and double plays turned in a season (68). His program knocked off five nationally-ranked opponents, including the defending national champion Arizona Wildcats in Tucson. In fact, Tadlock led the Red Raiders to three consecutive wins over ranked opponents – a first by the Texas Tech program in 11 years. During his first season, the Red Raiders fielded the youngest team in the country with a nation-leading 22 newcomers. Tadlock and his coaching staff developed their young roster throughout the season while the Red Raiders won eight of their final 14 games of the season advancing to Oklahoma City

At Texas Tech (one season as head coach) ALL GAMES Overall

26-30 (.464)

Home

19-10

Away

6-16

Neutral

1-4

BIG 12 CONFERENCE GAMES Overall

9-15 (.375)

Home

5-7

Away

4-8

NON-CONFERENCE GAMES Overall

17-15 (.531)

Home

14-3

Away

2-8

Neutral

1-4

BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES Overall

1-2

GAMES VS. RANKED OPPONENTS Overall

5-9

vs. No. 1

0-0

vs. 2-10

0-0

vs. 11-35

5-9

GAMES VS. UNRANKED TEAMS Overall

21-21

BIG 12 TEAMS (includes non-conference/postseason) Overall

10-17

DAY GAMES Overall

12-13

NIGHT GAMES Overall

14-17

VS. LEFT-HANDED STARTER Overall

5-15

VS. RIGHT-HANDED STARTER Overall

21-15

EXTRA INNINGS Overall

1-2

1-RUN GAMES Overall

3-10

2-RUN GAMES Overall

3-3

5 + RUN GAMES Overall

14-11

for the Big 12 Championship. The Red Raiders won their Big 12 Conference series opener in 2013 taking two of three games over Texas in Austin. It marked the first time Tech had won a series over the Longhorns in Austin since 2001 and was Tech’s first series win over Texas since 2002. Tech had two Freshmen All-Americans (1B Eric Gutierrez, C/DH Jarrard Poteete) during Tadlock’s first season along with four All-Big 12 selections (one All-Freshman team pick), four Academic All-Big 12 picks and three Major League Baseball Draft picks, including fifth rounder right-handed pitcher Trey Masek. Tadlock’s ability to recruit top-notch players in the state of Texas and throughout the country – both at the high school and junior college levels – became apparent quickly in his time at Tech while in just his seventh month on the job with his first-full season recruiting class ranked 24th in the nation by Perfect Game. Tadlock returned to his alma mater for the 2012 season as the program’s associate head coach and recruiting coordinator following six successful seasons as an assistant coach/recruiting coordinator at Oklahoma. During his one season at Tech as the associate head coach/recruiting coordinator, the Red Raiders had a school-record nine MLB Draft picks, including first-round selection center fielder Barrett Barnes, who became the third highest draft pick in school history with the 45th overall pick. The nine MLB Draft picks in 2012 ranked second in the nation only behind Arizona State’s 10 draft selections. The nine draft picks marked the fifth most in Big 12 history. Tadlock has coached 118 MLB Draft picks – including 16 players who have advanced to the big leagues. He has mentored at least one draft pick during the last 19 seasons and has coached three first-round selections, 11 players taken in the top five rounds and 24 selections in the top-10 rounds of the draft during his coaching career. Tadlock’s players have heard their names called a lot recently in the MLB Draft with 42 selections over the last four years (2010-13). Six years during his coaching career Tadlock has had at least nine players taken in the draft. Tadlock produced several of the nation’s top recruiting classes while an assistant coach at Oklahoma, helping lead the Sooners back to the College World Series in 2010, the Sooners first trip to Omaha since 1995. It didn’t take Tadlock long to make his mark on the recruiting trail at Oklahoma, as his 2006 recruiting class ranked fourth nationally by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. The No. 4 ranking was the best for the Sooners since 1987. Tadlock also had top-25 nationally ranked recruiting classes by Baseball America in 2006 (11th), 2009 (16th), 2010 (21st) and 2012 (13th). In addition, OU’s 2012 recruiting class received a No. 4 ranking by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. During his time at Oklahoma (2006-2011), the Sooners made five trips to the NCAA Tournament with two Super Regional appearances in 2006 and 2010 while making it back to the College World Series in Omaha in 2010. It marked OU’s first time to make five post-season appearances in a six year span since 1987-1992. The Sooners had unparalleled success at the plate under Tadlock’s guidance. Oklahoma batted over .300 during all six of his seasons – first time for OU since 1995-2000 – and his 2009 and 2010 clubs combined for 195 home runs, the most ever at Oklahoma in consecutive seasons while leading the Big 12 in homers both years. The Sooners 104 home runs in 2010 rank second all-time in Oklahoma history. In 2011, Tadlock coached 11 players at OU who were selected in the MLB Draft, a total that matched the all-time Big 12 record (Texas, 2007). After beginning his coaching career as an assistant at Hill College (1993-96) for four seasons, Tadlock became the head coach at Grayson County Junior College, where he led the Vikings to back-to-back National Junior College Athletic Association World Series titles (1999-00). During his nine seasons at Grayson, Tadlock posted a 435-127 (.774) overall record while being named National Coach of the Year following both title runs (1999-2000) He led the Vikings to five Region V championships which culminated in five trips to the JUCO World Series. Tadlock coached eight players at Grayson County that earned All-America honors. The Red Raiders have benefited from six players that transferred to Tech from Tadlock’s program at Grayson. Included in those student-athletes are Texas Tech All-American shortstop Cameron Blair (2004-05) and former Major League catcher Trey Lunsford (1999-00). During his nine-year tenure at Grayson (1997-2005), Tadlock recorded the highest winning percentage of any collegiate baseball coach, including all two and four-year institutions, with a .774 winning percentage. While at Grayson, Tadlock also served as the school’s director of athletics, a position he held during his final five years at the junior-college level. After a prep career at Denton High School and two years at Hill College, Tadlock was a two-year starting shortstop for the Red Raiders while helping Texas Tech to its first-ever 40-win season as a senior in 1991 (42-18). In his two-year career at Tech, Tadlock played in 120 games, batted .289 (120-for-415) with 96 runs scored, 19 doubles, four triples, eight home runs, 68 RBI, 71 walks, 65 strikeouts and was 28-of-41 in stolen bases. Tadlock played for legendary coach Larry Hays while at Texas Tech. Tadlock graduated with his bachelor’s degree in physical education from Texas Tech in May 1992. He also earned a master’s degree in education in August 1994 from the University of Texas at Tyler. Tadlock and his wife, Kelly, have two children, daughter, Chloe (12 – April 10), and son, Benjamin (10 – Aug. 4). Tadlock is originally from Denton, Texas and was born December 21, 1968.

TIM TADLOCK YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

SHUTOUTS Overall

6-4

SCORING FIRST Scores First/Opponent Scores First

18-8/8-22

AFTER 6 INNINGS Leading after 6/Trailing after 6/Tied after 6 23-5/2-21/1-4 AFTER 7 INNINGS

Year 2013 2014 Career

School Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech

Overall 26-30 0-0 26-30

Conf. 9-15 0-0 9-15

Home 19-10 0-0 19-10

Road 6-16 0-0 6-16

Neutral 1-4 0-0 1-4

Big 12 Tourn 1-2 --1-2

TIM TADLOCK vs. ALL OPPONENTS Abilene Christian______________0-0

Kansas_______________________1-2

Prairie View A&M______________0-0

Arizona______________________1-1

Kansas State__________________0-4

Rice_________________________0-1

Leading after 8/Trailing after 8/Tied after 8 23-1/0-20/2-7

Arizona State_________________1-1

La Salle______________________2-1

Sam Houston State_____________0-0

COME-FROM-BEHIND VICTORIES

Arkansas-Pine Bluff_____________0-0

Lubbock Christian_____________0-1

Stephen F. Austin______________0-0

Baylor_______________________3-1

New Mexico__________________1-1

TCU_________________________1-2

BYU_________________________1-0

New Mexico State______________1-1

Texas________________________2-1

Leading after 7/Trailing after 7/Tied after 7 24-3/1-23/1-4 AFTER 8 INNINGS

Overall

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BY MONTH Overall

26-30

Connecticut__________________0-1

Northern Colorado_____________1-0

Troy_________________________0-1

February

5-4

March

12-9

Dallas Baptist_________________1-1

Northern Illinois_______________2-0

UCF_________________________0-1

April

4-11

Florida International____________1-1

Oklahoma____________________1-3

UT Arlington__________________2-1

May

5-6

Houston_____________________0-0

Oklahoma State_______________1-2

Utah Valley___________________2-0

June

0-0

Indiana______________________0-0

Oral Roberts__________________0-0

West Virginia__________________1-2

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball TEXAS TECH HITTERS NOTES

#3 JAKE BARRIOS

INF | 6-2 | 200 | R/R | SR./1L ■ All-Big 12 Second Team (INF) as a junior in 2013. ■ In 2013 led team in batting (.297), triples (4), RBI (48) and sacrifice flies (7). ■ Ranked seventh in the Big 12 during league play batting .337 (31-for-92). ■ Committed just one error during the final 43 games of the season (March 6-May 25). ■ Ended 2013 with 23 consecutive games played (Apr. 7-May 25) without making an error. ■ 18 strikeouts in 2013 - fewest by a Red Raider since 2005 (Carey Avants - 18 in 206 AB). ■ Did not commit an error in 27 home games played (26 starts) in 2013 (101 chances). ■ Preseason All-Big 12 Second Team (College Sports Madness).

#25 MATT BROADBENT

INF | 5-10 | 190 | R/R | FR./HS ■ As a senior: .430, 13 HR, 40 RBI at Cypress Woods High School. ■ First Team All-District in 2013. ■ First Team All-Greater Houston in 2013. ■ Earned first team all-district and Team Texas honors in 2011. ■ Batted .433 as a junior in 2012.

#21 BRYANT BURLESON

INF | 5-10 | 175 | R/R | JR./2L ■ Enters season with career-high 14-game hit streak... Marked longest hit streak by a Red Raider to end a season since 2001 (Anthony Arnerich, 17 games). ■ Leads all active Red Raiders with 91 career base hits. ■ Played last summer for Green Bay Bullfrogs in Northwoods League... finished summer batting .559 (19-for-34) during final 8 games with 8 XBH, 11 RBI and 7 multi-hit games. ■ Academic All-Big 12 First Team in 2013. ■ Led Big 12 with 44 double plays turned during sophomore season in 2013. ■ Led team with 12 doubles in 2013. ■ On pace for 48 career doubles (24 in 2 years)... Only 5 players have 50+ in school history. ■ Started at second base in 55-of-56 games in 2013. ■ Turned 44 double plays (2B) during school-record breaking season 68 team double plays. ■ Reached base safely in 47-of-56 games.

#28 DEVON CONLEY

OF | 6-0 | 170 | R/R | SR./1L ■ 2013 Opening Day (career debut): 3-for-5, 2 R, SB vs. Northern Illinois. ■ Started in 55-of-56 games in the outfield as a junior in 2013. ■ Joined Eric Gutierrez as the only Red Raiders to play in all 56 games in 2013. ■ Ranked 37th in the Big 12 with a .283 batting average as a junior in 2013. ■ Led team with 62 base hits and 219 at-bats in 2013. ■ Led team with 20 multi-hit games in 2013. ■ Named Big 12 Conference Newcomer of the Week (3/11). ■ Hit a 3-run inside-the-park HR (CF) vs. Northern Colorado (2/16) for first career homer.

#17 ZACH DAVIS

OF | 5-10 | 160 | R/R | SO./1L ■ Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team (completed 24 credit hours with a 3.0 GPA). ■ Played in 31 games with 21 starts in left field in 2013. ■ Batted .400 (4-for-10) against nationally-ranked opponents as a freshman. ■ Batted .346 (9-for-26) with runners on base in 2013. ■ Recorded first career multi-hit game going 2-for-3 with an RBI at No. 16 Arizona (3/6).

#16 TYLER FLOYD

C | 5-9 | 195 | R/R | SO./TR ■ Was the only Red Raider with a perfect 4.0 GPA during the fall 2013 semester. ■ As a freshman at McLennan CC: .280, 10 SB, 1.000 FLD%. ■ Played for the Liberal Bee Jays last summer: .283 in 13 games. ■ Graduated from Stephenville High School in 2012. ■ As a senior: .365, 24 SB. ■ Prep honors: Third Team All-State, All-District 8-4A, First Team All-County in 2012.

#12 ERIC GUTIERREZ

UTL/LHP | 5-10 | 190 | R/L | SO./1L ■ Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-American by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. ■ Only player on the team to start in every game (56) in 2013. ■ Batted cleanup 42 times as a freshman in 2013. ■ Became just the 3rd freshman in school history to lead the team in home runs (1974 Mike Bewley; 2010 - Barrett Barnes). ■ Led the team in HR (7), TB (83), SLG% (.435), HBP (20), putouts (500) and FLD% (.991). ■ Became first Red Raider to homer in 4 consecutive games in over 12 years. ■ Set a Texas Tech freshman record 20 hit-by-pitch in a single-season. ■ Ranked 21st nationally in 2013 with 20 HBP.

#8 ALEC HUMPHREYS

INF | 5-9 | 170 | R/R | SO./1L ■ Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team (completed 24 credit hours with a 3.0 GPA). ■ Played in 23 games this season with 11 starts as a freshman in 2013. ■ Made only 1 error during the season with a .960 fielding % (7 putouts, 17 assists, 1 error). ■ ROAD/NEUTRAL SITE: Batted .308 (8-for-26) with 3 RBI in 11 games (6 starts). ■ Father, Mike, was a Freshman All-American at Texas Tech in 1986, two-time All-Region selection, Southwest Conference Freshman of the Year, 1988 MLB Draft Pick (15th Round Padres) and played three seasons in the big leagues with the New York Yankees (1991-93).

#9 ADAM KIRSCH

OF | 6-1 | 210 | R/R | SR./TR ■ As a junior: .287, 13 2B, 6 HR, 41 RBI at Florida International. ■ Second Team All-Sun Belt Conference in 2012. ■ Ranked second in the Sun Belt Conference in doubles (13) in 2012. ■ As a sophomore: .466, 12 HR, 48 RBI at North Central Texas College. ■ First Team All-Conference, All-Region, HM All-America in 2012 at NCTC.

#7 RYAN LONG

INF | 6-1 | 195 | L/R | FR./HS ■ As a senior: .493, 31 R, 12 2B, 4 3B, 5 HR, 13 SB, 19 BB (9 IBB) at Crandall High School. ■ In 110 career HS games: .421 (139-for-330), 122 R, 12 HR, 97 RBI, 43 SB, 59 BB/HBP. ■ 3-sport Academic All-State (baseball, basketball, football) as a senior. ■ 3A THSBCA All-State (SS). ■ Texas Sports’ Writers Association All-State honorable mention. ■ Earned all-district and all-state on the gridiron (QB, CB, P, PK). ■ Ranked third in graduating class (GPA) with 175 high school graduates.

#29 ANTHONY LYONS

OF | 6-5 | 225 | L/L | FR./HS ■ As a senior: .392, 15 2B, 6 3B, 4 HR, 43 RBI at Arlington Martin High School. ■ First Team All-District. ■ THSBCA 5A All-Star Team in 2013. ■ Helped Martin to a 36-8 overall record and to a district title in 2013. ■ Father played football at UT Arlington, uncle, Kenneth Lyons, played basketball at North Texas where he is arguably the greatest player in school history (all-time leading scorer, second all-time leading rebounder, two-time All-American, 2nd round draft pick by 76ers in 1983.

#10 TYLER NESLONY

OF | 6-0 | 190 | L/R | SO./1L ■ Played in 20 games... Started 10 games in the outfield as a freshman in 2013. ■ Pinch hit double at No. 13 Arizona State (5/15) - first career pinch-hit base hit. ■ K-STATE SERIES: batted .500 (3-for-6) with a double, RBI and walk in 2 starts (RF). ■ Went 2-for-5 with season-high 2 runs, 3 RBI and 2 doubles at FIU (2/26). ■ First Red Raider freshman with 2 doubles in a game since David Paiz (at K-State, 4/22/11).

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball TEXAS TECH HITTERS NOTES

#1 TIM PROUDFOOT

INF | 5-10 | 170 | R/R | JR./2L ■ Academic All-Big 12 Second Team. ■ With a start on Opening Day - would become the first Red Raider to start at SS on Opening Day in 3 consecutive seasons in over 27 years. ■ In 2 career Opening Day starts (2012-13): 2-for-5, R, 2B, 3B, 4 RBI, 2 walks. ■ Ranks second on team among active players with 90 base hits (Burleson - 91). ■ Owns 90 career base hits in 107 career games (106 starts). ■ Started in 107 career games (103 at shortstop). ■ CAREER: Fielding .957 in 107 games with 135 putouts, 357 assists and 22 errors. ■ HOME GAMES: Made only 3 errors in 138 chances (106 assists) with a .978 fielding %. ■ Tied a school-record 5 RBI in the Big 12 Championship vs. Baylor (5/25).

#18 MASON RANDOLPH

C | 6-2 | 195 | S/R | SR./3L ■ Only player on the team that has earned three letters as a Red Raider. ■ Played in 44 games - starting 42 behind the plate as a junior in 2013. ■ CAREER: has played in 86 games (66 starts) with 3 HR, 28 RBI, thrown out 23% of runners. ■ Did not allow a passed ball all year - first by a Red Raider starting catcher in over 12 years. ■ Hit a 2-run HR (2nd HR of the year, 3rd career) in 2nd inning at Dallas Baptist (4/9). ■ Went 4-for-4 with 2B and 2 RBI vs. Utah Valley (3/13)... Marked 3rd career 4-hit game.

#4 TODD RITCHIE

OF | 5-8 | 145 | L/L | SR./1L ■ Preseason All-Big 12 Second Team (College Sports Madness). ■ Played in 36 games with 20 starts in the outfield as a junior in 2013. ■ Batted .315 (23-for-73) with 3 2B, 11 RBI, 15 BB, .438 OB%. ■ Only player on the team to start in all 3 outfield positions (10 - LF, 1 - CF, 9 - RF). ■ BIG 12 PLAY: batted .371 (13-for-35) with 5 RBI, .436 OB%. ■ WITH RUNNERS ON BASE: batted .516 (16-for-31) - best by a Tech player in over 12 years. ■ WITH RISP: batted .478 (11-for-23).. best by a Tech player in over 12 years. ■ Tied for team lead with 5 outfield assists.

#11 STEPHEN SMITH

OF/RHP | 6-1 | 225 | R/R | FR./HS ■ As a senior: .480, 14 2B, 9 3B, 3 HR, 45 RBI at Frenship High School. ■ Perfect Game: No. 57 Texas High School Prospect. ■ First Team All-District, First Team All-State as a senior in 2013. ■ Earned MVP honors at 4A/5A All-Star Game (2-for-3, 3B, 2 RBI) in summer of 2013. ■ Earned all-state and all-district honors as a sophomore and junior. ■ Career High School Stats: .429 (193-for-450), 40 2B, 27 3B, 15 HR, 154 RBI. ■ Also shined on the gridiron while leading the state of Texas (4A) in tackles as a senior.

#5 HUNTER REDMAN

C | 6-0 | 190 | R/R | JR./TR ■ As a sophomore: .350, 4 HR, 48 RBI at Midland College. ■ Led Midland to a league and regional title and to a berth at JUCO World Series in 2013. ■ Played freshman season at Texas in 2012. ■ Played this past summer in the Cape Cod League for the Chatham Anglers. ■ Father, Dale (1981-84), and brother, Reid (2011-12), both played for the Red Raiders. ■ Brother, Reid, was drafted twice out of Tech (Dodgers, 2011 - 37th Round... Rays, 2012 - 23rd Round)... a .322 career hitter (105-for-326) in 92 games (91 starts) with 19 doubles and 52 RBI.

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball TEXAS TECH PITCHERS NOTES

#32 JUSTIN BETHARD

#45 HEATH HERRINGTON

#13 DALTON BROWN

#39 BROCK HUNT

RHP | 6-3 | 200 | R/R | SO./1L ■ Made 15 appearances - 14 in relief as a freshman in 2013. ■ Made 7 scoreless outings this season. ■ BIG 12 PLAY: went 0-0 with a 3.77 ERA in 6 APP with 14.1 IP, 9 SO, 2 BB, .250 opp avg. ■ Didn’t allow a walk in 10-of-15 appearances. ■ Made 9 appearances pitching multiple innings.

RHP | 6-3 | 245 | R/R | SO./1L ■ Perfect Game: No. 12 MLB Draft Prospect (Big 12 - Sophomore Class). ■ Made 11 appearances - 10 relief appearances as a freshman in 2013. ■ Became the 4th Tech freshman to earn a save in 2013. ■ Recorded a season-high 5.2 IP, and a season-high 6 SO at K-State (4/6). ■ Transferred to Tech this spring after attending Arizona in the fall. ■ Received 36 NCAA Division I scholarship offers out of high school.

#37 MATT CUSTRED

RHP | 6-6 | 230 | R/R | SO./1L ■ Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team (completed 24 credit hours with a 3.0 GPA). ■ Made 8 appearances - 7 relief appearances as a freshman in 2013. ■ Was 1-of-5 Red Raiders with a win and a save on the season. ■ Struck out at least one batter in 5-of-8 appearances. ■ Struck out multiple batters in 4 outings.

#36 TY DAMRON

LHP | 6-2 | 195 | L/L | FR./HS ■ As a senior: 8-2, 1.00 ERA, 138 SO, 40 BB at Krum High School. ■ 13th round (394 overall) selection by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 2013 MLB Draft. ■ Was the Dodgers highest drafted high school pitcher in 2013. ■ During high school playoffs, struck out 17 batters in no-hitter with 1 BB. ■ Is highest drafted TTU recruit to make it to campus since Chad Bettis (8th Rd, HOU - 2007).

#30 JONNY DROZD

LHP | 6-7 | 200 | L/L | SR./1L ■ Enters the season with 17.2 consecutive scoreless innings pitched dating back to 2013. ■ Made 15 appearances - 10 starts as a junior in 2013. ■ Ranked 12th in the Big 12 with a 3.48 ERA in 2013. ■ RELIEF OUTINGS: 1-0, 0.00 ERA, 5 APP, 1 SV, 15.0 IP, 12 H, 3 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 8 SO, .207 OPP BA. ■ Made 7 starts in Big 12 play (1-4)... 2 Friday starts... 4 Saturday starts... 1 Sunday start. ■ Led team making 7 starts in Big 12 play in 2013. ■ Among team leaders with a 1.91 ERA in 33.0 innings pitched at home in 2013. ■ Had 4 scoreless starts in 2013 (vs. Utah Valley/at West Virginia/vs. No. 19 OSU/vs. BU).

RHP | 6-0 | 185 | R/R | JR./RS ■ Did not play in 2013... Received a medical redshirt. ■ As a sophomore: 2-0, 0.48 ERA (1 ER allowed), 9 saves, 18.2 IP, 32 SO, 10 BB at Cisco JC. ■ Ranked 2nd in the nation in saves (9)... 3 saves came pitching multiple innings in 2012. ■ Helped lead Cisco to the NJCAA World Series in 2012 - program’s first-ever appearance. ■ Helped Cisco to conference and regional title with 46-13 overall record (24-8 league).

RHP | 6-2 | 185 | R/R | RS SO./TR ■ As a RS freshman: 3-4, 3.03 ERA, 15 APP, 29.2 IP, 2 saves, 24 SO, 9 BB at Howard College. ■ Attended Southern Miss out of high school - redshirted during the 2012 season. ■ As a senior: 4-1, 0.51 ERA, 14 APP, 27.1 IP, 2 saves in 2011. ■ Earned first team all-state and first team all-metro during high school career. ■ Helped lead team to a high school state championship in 2009.

#14 DOMINIC MORENO

RHP | 5-11 | 185 | R/R | JR./1L ■ Making 1st start of the year (11th career) Friday against No. 3 Indiana. ■ 2013 OPENING DAY (vs. Northern Illinois): W, 6.0 IP, 5 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 3 BB, 11 SO, 97 PITCHES. ■ VS. RANKED OPPONENTS (2013): 3 APP (3 GS), 1-2, 3.78 ERA, 1 SV, 16.2 IP, 8 SO, 9 BB. ■ HOME GAMES (2013): 6 APP (4 GS), 1-1, 4.88 ERA, 1 SV, 27.2 IP, 33 SO, 13 BB. ■ Named Texas Tech’s Opening Day starter for the second year in a row (2013 - vs. NIU). ■ Becomes the 1st Red Raider to start on Opening Day in back-to-back seasons since Chad Bettis (2009-10). ■ Is the 5th Red Raider since 1987 to start on Opening Day in back-to-back seasons, joining Chad Bettis (2009-10), Shane Wright (1998-99), Mark Brandenburg (1991-92) and Rodney Steph (1989-90). ■ Struck out 11 batters on Opening Day in 2013 (vs. NIU) - marking the most strikeouts by a Red Raider on Opening Day in over 27 years. ■ Threw 97 pitches in career debut on Opening Day last season vs. Northern Illinois. ■ As a sophomore, recorded 70 fly outs and 45 ground outs. ■ Made 12 appearances - 10 starts as a sophomore in 2013. ■ Made 4 starts in non-conf., 5 Big 12 play (3 Fri., 1 Sat., 1 Sun.) & 1 Big 12 Championship. ■ 2nd on the team in 2013 with 54 strikeouts (Masek - 69). ■ 3rd on the team in ERA (3.86), starts (10) and innings pitched (60.2). ■ Season-high 11 strikeouts on Opening Day in 6.0 IP start vs. Northern Illinois (2/15).

#44 RYAN MOSELEY

RHP | 6-3 | 185 | R/R | FR./HS ■ Baseball America: No. 41 MLB Prospect (Freshman Class). ■ As a senior: 10-2, 1.78 ERA, 111 SO, 78.2 IP at Lubbock Cooper High School. ■ 36th round (1,088 overall) selection by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 2013 MLB Draft. ■ Ranked No. 22 MLB Draft prospect from the state of Texas (Baseball America). ■ Was the third high school right-handed pitcher taken by the Rays in 2013. ■ First Team All-State, District Pitcher of the Year, All-South Plains, All-City in 2013.

#41 DYLAN DUSEK

LHP | 6-1 | 190 | L/L | FR./HS ■ As a senior: 7-2, 1.72 ERA, 77.0 IP, 100 SO and batted .382 at Kempner High School. ■ First Team All-District, First Team All-Houston, All-State, All-Star Game participant. ■ Went 5-1, 1.03 ERA, 30.0 IP with 50 SO as a junior in 2012. ■ Struck out 16 batters allowing 1 hit in playoff clinching berth against Marshall in 2012. ■ Recorded a 24-6 record during 4-year prep career.

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball TEXAS TECH PITCHERS NOTES

#26 NICK PETTUS

RHP/INF | 5-11 | 180 | R/R | JR./TR ■ Pitched two years at Seminole State College (2012-13). ■ Career at Seminole State: 15 saves, 2.83 ERA, 56 SO, 42.0 IP. ■ Ranked 12th in the country in saves (9) as a freshman in 2012. ■ Ranked 13th in the nation in ERA (1.53) as a freshman in 2012. ■ Earned All-Conference as a freshman in 2012 at Seminole State. ■ Helped lead Broken Arrow High School to a 2011 state championship (36-2 record).

#42 CHRIS SADBERRY

LHP | 6-1 | 200 | L/L | JR./TR ■ Making 1st start of the year (career debut) Saturday against No. 3 Indiana. ■ As a RS sophomore: 7-3, 1.75 ERA, 12 GS, 7 CG, 77 IP, 76 SO, 27 BB at Grayson County. ■ Held opposing batters to a .178 batting average as a sophomore at Grayson County. ■ Led the conference and ranked 37th in NJCAA in ERA (1.75) as a RS sophomore in 2013. ■ Pitched at least 6 innings in 10-of-12 starts in 2013. ■ Allowed 1 or fewer earned runs in 8-of-12 starts in 2013. ■ Perhaps top outing as a sophomore in 2013 was throwing a 9-inning, complete-game without allowing an earned run allowing 2 hits with 8 strikeouts and 2 walks in a win over Temple (4/17). ■ Enters 2014 with 27 career APP (23 starts) at the college level... made 12 outings (all starts) in 2013 at Grayson County... made 13 APP (9 starts) in 2012 at La Tech and made 2 APP (both starts) in 2012 at La Tech before receiving a medical redshirt. ■ As a RS freshman: 3-1, 5.71 ERA, 13 APP (9 GS), 34.2 IP, 28 SO, 17 BB at Grayson County. ■ Attended Louisiana Tech out of high school - received a medical redshirt. ■ Led the North Texas Junior College Conference in ERA (1.75) as a sophomore in 2013. ■ A two-time all-state pick in high school and earned all-district three times.

#20 CAMERON SMITH

LHP | 5-11 | 155 | L/L | JR./TR ■ As a sophomore: 12-1, 2.80 ERA, 13 GS, 9 CG, 80.1 IP, 66 SO, 28 BB at New Mexico JC. ■ Led the country in wins (12) and ranked second in complete games (9) as a sophomore. ■ Named NJCAA Second Team All-America in 2013 at New Mexico JC. ■ Earned All-Conference and All-Region in 2013. ■ Helped lead team to a 45-15 overall record in 2013. ■ As a freshman: 5-3, 12 APP (9 GS), 2.80 ERA, 1 save, 54.2 IP, 41 SO, 20 BB in 2012. ■ Pitched against Nationals OF Bryce Harper in USSSA Tournament in Kansas.

#48 SEAN THOMPSON

RHP | 6-0 | 215 | R/R | FR./HS ■ As a senior: 6-1, 1.50 ERA, 46 SO, 37.2 IP at Southlake Carroll High School. ■ First Team Rawlings Perfect Game Preseason All-America in 2013. ■ Helped lead high school football team to a 6-5A state championship in 2011. ■ Played summer baseball for D-Bat (Leach) helping team to Connie Mack World Series. ■ Went 1-0 with 1.78 ERA in 19.2 IP with 15 SO and .225 opp batting avg. in summer 2013.

#38 JOHNATHON TRIPP

RHP/UTL | 6-5 | 190 | R/R | SO./1L ■ Collected a 3-inning save during career debut in 2013 (5-1 win vs. BYU - 2/16/13). ■ Made 18 appearances - 3 starts as a freshman in 2013. ■ Made the most appearances (18) by a Tech freshman since 2009 (Louis Head - 20). ■ Set a Texas Tech freshman saves record (3). ■ Became 1st Red Raider freshman to lead the team in saves since 1990 (John Macatee). ■ Became 1st Red Raider freshman to lead team in APP in league play since 1996 (Brad Ralston).

#35 MATT WITHROW

RHP | 6-4 | 215 | R/R | SO./1L ■ Making 1st start of the year (13th career) Saturday against No. 3 Indiana. ■ Perfect Game: No. 8 MLB Draft Prospect (Big 12 - Sophomore Class). ■ VS. RANKED OPPONENTS (2013): 3 APP (2 GS), 1-0, 6.97 ERA, 10.1 IP, 9 SO, 4 BB. ■ HOME GAMES (2013): 8 APP (7 GS), 4-0, 4.41 ERA, 34.2 IP, 28 SO, 19 BB. ■ Tied for team lead in home wins (4) in 2013 with RHP Trey Masek. ■ Red Raiders went 5-1 during his final 6 starts of the 2013 season. ■ Recorded 47 fly outs and 63 ground outs in 2013. ■ Made 16 appearances - 12 starts as a freshman in 2013. ■ 12 starts led the team... last time a freshman led Tech in starts was 2008 (Bettis - 12). ■ Tied for the team lead with 5 wins (Masek)... last time a Red Raider freshman led the team in wins was 2008 (Bettis - 4). ■ Team went 5-1 during his last 6 starts of the season (Mar. 31-May 25). ■ First Tech pitcher with scoreless start in 2 of first 3 career starts since 2005 (Lawford). ■ 37th round (1,146 overall) selection by the Texas Rangers in the 2012 MLB Draft.

#34 COREY TAYLOR

RHP | 6-0 | 255 | R/R | JR./1L ■ Pitched last summer in the Cape Cod League for the Brewster Whitecaps. ■ Made 6 scoreless relief outings in the “Cape” last summer while throwing multiple innings in 12-of-14 appearances. ■ Made 18 appearances - 7 starts as a sophomore in 2013. ■ Tossed 36.0 innings during last 10 outings of the season (4 starts - 6 relief outings). ■ Allowed 1 or fewer earned runs in 9-of-18 outings this season. ■ Tied for the team lead with 6 APP (Wheeler) against nationally-ranked opponents. ■ Career-high 12 strikeouts in 7 IP start during 6-0 win vs. Utah Valley (3/13).

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball BIG 12 CONFERENCE

GAME NOTES

TEAM BIG 12 OVERALL Baylor 0-0 0-0 Kansas 0-0 0-0 Kansas State 0-0 0-0 Oklahoma 0-0 0-0 Oklahoma State 0-0 0-0 TCU 0-0 0-0 Texas 0-0 0-0 Texas Tech 0-0 0-0 West Virginia 0-0 0-0

TEXAS TECH ON OPENING DAY Texas Tech is 41-23 on Opening Day, which includes a 14-1 record since 1999. The Red Raiders have won five consecutive on Opening Day while capturing 14 straight Opening-Day wins at home since 1999. During Tech’s recent five straight Opening Day wins, Tech has outscored its opponent 42-7 and allowed just 11 hits the past three Opening Day games. Tech’s only loss on Opening Day over the last 13 years came against No. 19 Louisiana-Lafayette (0-4) in San Antonio on February 23, 2008. OPENING DAY IN LUBBOCK Tech has been nearly unbeatable when hosting Opening Day on their home turf with a 28-5 all-time record. The Red Raiders have won 14 consecutive Opening Day games at home while its last loss came during its Big 12 championship season in 1997 against TCU (1-10) on February 11. In fact, since 1986, Texas Tech is 20-1 on Opening Day in its home ballpark. The Red Raiders will be playing their sixth consecutive Opening Day at home while playing its first-ever game against Indiana. TEXAS TECH IN HOME OPENERS - 28-1 SINCE 1985 Texas Tech has experienced remarkable success in home openers since 1985 with a 28-1 record. The Red Raiders only loss the past 29 years in home openers was during their Big 12 championship season in 1997 with a 10-1 loss against TCU in Lubbock. The Red Raiders have won 16 consecutive home openers while scoring at least 10 runs in nine of those games. TADLOCK LOOKING FOR SECOND STRAIGHT OPENING DAY VICTORY Tim Tadlock is trying to become the fifth head coach in school history to win his first two Opening Day games while joining E.Y. Freeland (1926-27), Kal Segrist (1968-69), Gary Ashby (1984-85) and Dan Spencer (2009-10). Tadlock made his career debut as head coach in style last season becoming the first head coach in school history to post a shutout during his coaching debut (8-0, vs. Northern Illinois).

THIS WEEK IN THE BIG 12 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14 Oklahoma State vs. Incarnate Word___________________ 11:00 a.m. West Virginia vs. Louisville__________________________ 11:00 a.m. The Citadel Tournament; Charleston, S.C. Kansas vs. BYU____________________________________2:00 p.m. Indiana at Texas Tech_______________________________2:00 p.m. Seton Hall at Oklahoma_____________________________3:00 p.m. Baylor at Arizona State______________________________4:00 p.m. Jacksonville at TCU_________________________________6:30 p.m. Kansas State at Cal Poly_____________________________8:00 p.m. Texas at California__________________________________9:00 p.m. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15 West Virginia vs. Delaware__________________________ 10:00 a.m. Oklahoma State vs. Stephen F. Austin_________________ 11:00 a.m. Indiana at Texas Tech__________________________________Noon Kansas vs. BYU (DH)___________________________________Noon Seton Hall at Oklahoma_____________________________2:00 p.m. Baylor at Arizona State______________________________2:00 p.m. Jacksonville at TCU_________________________________2:00 p.m. Texas at California__________________________________3:00 p.m. Indiana at Texas Tech_______________________________4:00 p.m. Texas at California__________________________________6:45 p.m. Kansas State at Cal Poly_____________________________8:00 p.m. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16 Indiana at Texas Tech__________________________________Noon West Virginia at The Citadel_____________________________Noon Seton Hall at Oklahoma_____________________________1:00 p.m. Jacksonville at TCU_________________________________1:00 p.m. Baylor at Arizona State______________________________1:30 p.m. Oklahoma State at UT Arlington______________________3:00 p.m. Kansas State at Cal Poly_____________________________3:00 p.m. Texas at California _________________________________3:00 p.m.

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MONDAY OFF DAY

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TUESDAY Practice at Rip Griffin Park 2:30 p.m.

INDIANA ALL-TIME SERIES Tech and Indiana face off for the first time this weekend while the Hoosiers mark the Red Raiders seventh all-time opponent from the Big Ten. The last time Tech played a team from the Big Ten was in 2011 when the Red Raiders took on Iowa, Michigan, Nebraska (then a member of the Big 12) and Northwestern. Tech is 33-33 all-time against current Big Ten Conference opponents, which includes a 21-31 record against Nebraska while all meetings with the Huskers came during their time in the Big 12. Tech is 1-0 against Illinois, 2-0 against Iowa, 4-0 against Michigan, 4-2 against Northwestern and 1-0 against Ohio State. In fact, Tech has won 10 consecutive games against teams in the Big Ten (league members at time of contest). DOMINIC MORENO GETS OPENING DAY START FOR SECOND YEAR IN A ROW Junior RHP pitcher Dominic Moreno has been named the Red Raiders starting pitcher on Opening Day for the second straight season. Moreno was nearly flawless in his career debut on Opening Day a year ago while providing one of the top performances in school history on Opening Day. Moreno earned the win during an 8-0 shutout over Northern Illinois striking out 11 batters - most by a Red Raider on Opening Day in over 27 years - in six innings allowing five hits and three walks in a 97-pitch performance. - - - Moreno is the first Red Raider to start on Opening Day in back-to-back seasons since Chad Bettis (2009-10). - - - Moreno is just the fifth Red Raider to start on Opening Day in back-to-back seasons since 1987. Texas Tech Opening Day Starters - 1987-2013 Year Starter (Class) W/L/ND IP H R ER BB SO PITCHES 2013 RHP Dominic Moreno (So.) W 6.0 5 0 0 3 11 97 2012 RHP Duke von Schamann (So.) W 7.0 1 1 0 1 6 93 2011 LHP Daniel Coulombe (Jr.) ND 4.0 1 0 0 2 5 73 2010 RHP Chad Bettis (Jr.) W 7.0 4 1 1 2 4 101 2009 RHP Chad Bettis (So.) W 6.2 8 2 2 1 5 86 2008 RHP A.J. Ramos (Jr.) L 6.0 4 3 3 0 10 84 2007 LHP Colt Hynes (Sr.) ND 6.0 6 3 3 1 4 67 2006 RHP Josh Tomlin (Jr.) W 6.0 3 1 1 1 2 N/A 2005 RHP Adam Lawford (Jr.) ND 3.0 5 5 4 0 1 35 2004 RHP Randy Gattis (Fr.) W 6.0 3 0 0 1 4 64 2003 RHP Steve Gooch (Jr.) W 9.0 6 2 1 1 9 N/A ^ 2002 RHP Chris Phillips (Sr.) ND 6.0 7 4 4 2 5 N/A 2001 RHP Cory Metzler (Sr.) W 5.0 2 0 0 0 5 N/A 2000 RHP Brandon Roberson (Jr.) W 3.1 2 0 0 1 4 N/A 1999 RHP Shane Wright (Sr.) W 8.0 5 0 0 1 5 N/A 1998 RHP Shane Wright (Jr.) ND 3.1 9 4 3 1 2 N/A 1997 RHP Jimmy Frush (Sr.) L 3.0 7 5 4 3 3 N/A 1996 LHP Matt Miller (Jr.) W 7.0 4 3 2 2 5 N/A 1995 RHP Travis Smith (Sr.) L 4.2 5 2 1 3 3 N/A 1994 RHP Eric Newman (Jr.) L 5.1 7 5 5 1 0 N/A 1993 RHP Travis Driskill (Jr.) W 7.0 4 0 0 3 8 N/A * 1992 RHP Mark Brandenburg (Sr.) W 7.0 5 1 1 1 2 N/A 1991 RHP Mark Brandenburg (Jr.) W 9.0 9 2 2 0 4 N/A ^ 1990 RHP Rodney Steph (Jr.) ND 4.2 6 6 6 4 3 N/A 1989 RHP Rodney Steph (So.) L 6.0 5 4 4 5 1 N/A 1988 RHP Mike Beiras (Sr.) L 4.0 7 9 6 6 3 N/A 1987 RHP Bret Marshall W 7.0 7 3 1 4 6 N/A * ^ 9-Inning Complete Game * 7-inning Complete Game

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Practice at Rip Griffin Park 2:30 p.m.

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THURSDAY Practice at Rip Griffin Park 2:30 p.m.

** Media Availability ** 1:30 p.m. Baseball Stadium Club

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FRIDAY vs. Indiana 2 p.m. Rip Griffin Park

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SATURDAY vs. Indiana Noon Rip Griffin Park

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SUNDAY vs. Indiana Noon Rip Griffin Park

vs. Indiana 4 p.m. Rip Griffin Park

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball GAME NOTES BIG LEAGUE TALENT ON OPENING DAY Texas Tech had a four-year stretch where it started a current big leaguer on the mound for Opening Day. In 2006 current Cleveland Indians RHP Josh Tomlin earned the win guiding Tech to a 21-5 victory over Louisiana-Monroe. The following season current San Diego Padres LHP Colt Hynes was the starting pitcher during a six-inning no decision during Tech’s 4-3 win over Stephen F. Austin. Current Miami Marlins RHP A.J. Ramos got the start for the Red Raiders during his junior season in 2008 while taking the loss against Louisiana-Lafayette going six innings with 10 strikeouts. In 2009 current Colorado Rockies RHP Chad Bettis earned the win pitching 6.2 innings in the Opening Day start against Southern Utah. HOME OPENER ATTENDANCES Here is a look at the Red Raiders home openers the last 15 years dating back to 1999. Tech’s dominance in home openers dates back to 1985 where Tech owns a 28-1 record in home openers. The Red Raiders enter this season having won 16 consecutive home openers dating back to 1998. Tech has averaged 2,247 fans in attendance at its home opener since 2001. Year Attendance_______ Result_____Opponent__________________ Score 2013 2,459_____________ W_________Northern Illinois________________ 8-0 2012 2,605_____________ W_________No. 31 Missouri State____________ 4-1 2011 2,398_____________ W_________Western Michigan______________ 8-0 2010 2,243_____________ W_________Jacksonville State_______________ 8-3 2009 1,866_____________ W_________Southern Utah________________ 14-3 2008 1,862_____________ W_________Central Arkansas______________ 15-6 2007 1,922_____________ W_________Stephen F. Austin____________4-3 (11) 2006 1,847_____________ W_________Louisiana-Monroe_____________ 21-5 2005 1,941_____________ W_________New Mexico__________________ 18-6 2004 2,020_____________ W_________Campbell____________________ 18-1 2003 3,018_____________ W_________New Mexico___________________ 4-2 2002 2,663_____________ W_________BYU__________________________ 8-6 2001 2,371_____________ W_________Howard______________________ 21-0 2000 538_______________ W_________West Texas A&M_______________ 14-3 1999 1,650_____________ W_________Howard______________________ 19-1 DOMINANT MOUND PRESENCE DURING RECENT OPENERS The past three Opening Day games for Texas Tech have been extremely successful on the mound. The Red Raider pitchers have combined allowed 11 base hits in an 8-0 shutout over Western Michigan (2011), a 4-1 victory over No. 31 Missouri State in 2012 and last season’s 8-0 shutout over Northern Illinois. Texas Tech hasn’t allowed an earned run during its last 27 innings on Opening Day. Tech allowed just two base hits to the Wolverines and two Red Raiders combined on a one-hitter to open the 2012 campaign against the Bears, marking Tech’s first one-hitter on Opening Day in over 27 years. TEXAS TECH HAS 45 WINS AGAINST RANKED OPPONENTS AT HOME SINCE 2001 Texas Tech is 45-45 against nationally-ranked opponents at home since 2001. Last season, the first under head coach Tim Tadlock, the Red Raiders went 3-2 against ranked teams - marking the program’s first time with a winning record against ranked opponents at home since 2010 (5-4). Last season the Red Raiders defeated No. 20 Arizona State, No. 17 New Mexico and No. 19 Oklahoma State on their home field. TEXAS TECH OPENS SEASON AGAINST TOP-10 OPPONENT FOR FIRST TIME SINCE 1989 Texas Tech takes on No. 3 Indiana for a four-game series on opening weekend, which marks several first for the Red Raiders in quite some time. The Red Raiders will be facing their first preseason top-10 ranked opponent on Opening Day since the 1989 season when Tech played at No. 10 Arizona State (L, 3-5). Tech is also taking on its first team coming off a trip to the College World Series in Omaha on Opening Day since also facing the Arizona State Sun Devils to open the 1995 season also in Tempe- with a 3-6 defeat. TEXAS TECH AGAINST TOP-10 RANKED OPPONENTS AT HOME (SINCE 2005) Texas Tech is 8-11 against top-10 ranked teams at home since 2005 while claiming its most recent win against a top-10 team in Lubbock against No. 5 Texas A&M (4-3, 12 inn.) on April 8, 2011. Indiana - No. 3 nationally to open the 2014 season is the eighth top-10 team to play the Red Raiders in Lubbock since 2005 - and is the second to play Tech in non-conference play (No. 8 TCU - 2011). TEXAS TECH AGAINST TOP-5 RANKED OPPONENTS AT HOME (SINCE 2004) The Red Raiders are 4-7 against top-five ranked opponents in Lubbock since 2004 as Indiana marks the fifth top-five team to play in Lubbock over the last 13 years and is the first non-conference top-five ranked team making the trip to Lubbock.. Below is a look at the Red Raiders against top-five ranked opponents at home since 2004. Year Date Opponent W/L Score 2004 4/3 No. 2 Texas L 0-4 4/3 No. 2 Texas L 0-10 2005 5/13 No. 3 Nebraska L 4-9 5/14 No. 3 Nebraska L 1-6 5/15 No. 3 Nebraska W 7-6 2008 3/28 No. 2 Missouri L 0-1 3/29 No. 2 Missouri W 3-2 3/30 No. 2 Missouri W 15-11 2011 4/8 No. 5 Texas A&M W 4-3 (12) 4/9 No. 5 Texas A&M L 4-5 4/10 No. 5 Texas A&M L 8-14 COACHING LEGEND KAL SEGRIST WILL THROW OUT FIRST PITCH ON OPENING DAY Longtime head coach Kal Segrist will make his way back to the ballpark he called home for 16 seasons as he throws out the ceremonial first pitch on Opening Day against No. 3 Indiana. Segrist, who was head coach of the Red Raiders from 1968-1983, led the Red Raiders to 317 victories. Segrist coached the first eight All-Americans in school history while also mentoring Texas Tech’s first 10 Major League Baseball Draft Picks. In addition, Segrist became the fourth individual - second head coach - to have his jersey number (No. 24) retired at Texas Tech on May 1, 2010. ON THE HORIZON Texas Tech’s eight-game homestand continues next weekend welcoming Oral Roberts to Lubbock for the first time since 1993. The Red Raiders and Golden Eagles will play a three-game series, Feb. 21-23 at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park. Oral Roberts is opening the 2014 season at home hosting Southeast Missouri State for a three-game set this weekend.

NATIONAL POLLS COLLEGIATE BASEBALL (Pre-Season) 1. Cal State Fullerton 2. Mississippi State 3. LSU 4. Oregon State 5. Florida State 6. Oregon 7. Indiana 8. Louisville 9. Vanderbilt 10. NC State 11. North Carolina 12. Virginia 13. Miami (Fla.) 14. South Carolina 15. UCLA 16. Florida 17. Rice 18. Oklahoma State 19. TCU 20. Texas 21. Clemson 22. Arizona State 23. Louisiana-Lafayette 24. Arizona 25. Texas A&M 26. Stanford 27. Cal Poly 28. Kansas State 29. Alabama 30. Mississippi 31. Western Carolina 32. Oklahoma 33. San Diego 34. Wichita State 35. Liberty 36. Tennessee Tech 37. New Mexico 38. East Carolina 39. UC Santa Barbara 40. Coastal Carolina

NCBWA (Pre-Season) 1. Cal State Fullerton 2. Virginia 3. Oregon State 4. Mississippi State 5. Florida State 6. LSU 7. Indiana 8. NC State 9. UCLA 10. Vanderbilt 11. Oregon 12. South Carolina 13. North Carolina 14. Louisville 15. Rice 16. Clemson 17. Miami (Fla.) 18. Kansas State 19. Oklahoma State 20. Arizona State 21. Florida 22. TCU 23. Texas A&M 24. Louisiana-Lafayette 25. Texas 26. Arkansas 27. Alabama 28. Oklahoma 29. Cal Poly 30. Florida Atlantic 31. Stanford 32. Mississippi 33. Arizona 34. East Carolina 35. Georgia Tech

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BASEBALL AMERICA (Pre-Season) 1. Virginia 2. Oregon State 3. Indiana 4. Cal State Fullerton 5. NC State 6. Florida State 7. South Carolina 8. Mississippi State 9. LSU 10. Vanderbilt 11. Oregon 12. UCLA 13. Clemson 14. Louisiana-Lafayette 15. Rice 16. Miami (Fla.) 17. North Carolina 18. Texas 19. TCU 20. Louisville 21. Alabama 22. Kansas State 23. Florida 24. Texas A&M 25. Arkansas

USA TODAY (Pre-Season) 1. Cal State Fullerton (18) 2. LSU (6) 3. Oregon State 4. Mississippi State (2) 5. Florida State (2) 6. Virginia (1) 7. Oregon (1) 8. Vanderbilt 9. NC State 10. UCLA (1) 11. Indiana 12. North Carolina 13. Louisville 14. South Carolina 15. Rice 16. Clemson 17. Miami (Fla.) 18. Oklahoma State 19. Arizona State 20. Florida 21. Kansas State 22. Texas 23. TCU 24. Louisiana-Lafayette 25. Stanford

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball RECORD BREAKDOWN

GAME NOTES

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PROUDFOOT LOOKS FOR THIRD STRAIGHT OPENING DAY START AT SHORTSTOP Junior Tim Proudfoot is looking to make his third consecutive start on Opening Day at shortstop for the Red Raiders. If the North Bend, Wash., native makes the start at shortstop on Friday he will become the first Red Raider to start at shortstop on Opening Day for three straight years in over 27 seasons. Proudfoot has made 106 career starts (103 at SS) in two seasons.

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TADLOCK LOOKS TO CONTINUE SUCCESS AT HOME AGAINST NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENTS Head coach Tim Tadlock led the Red Raiders to a 14-3 record against non-conference opponents at home during his first season at the helm. Tech had notable non-conference wins at home in 2013 against No. 20 Arizona State (3/19), New Mexico State, No. 17 New Mexico and Dallas Baptist to name a few. BURLESON ENTERS SEASON WITH CAREER-HIGH 14-GAME HIT STREAK Texas Tech junior infielder Bryant Burleson ended the 2013 season on a career-best 14-game hit streak. That marked the longest hit streak by a Red Raider to close a season since Anthony Arnerich closed the 2001 season with a 17-game streak. Burleson’s streak spanned nearly a month (April 27-May 25) while batting .351 (20-for-57) with six runs, two doubles, nine RBI, five walks and a .403 on-base percentage. DROZD ENTERS SEASON WITH 17.2 CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS PITCHED Senior LHP Jonny Drozd enters the 2014 season with 17.2 consecutive innings pitched. Drozd closed his junior season in 2013 with an impressive run of scoreless baseball. Drozd’s scoreless innings streak includes a pair of starts and a relief outing that ended his 2013 season. Drozd pitched 7.2 scoreless innings in a start against No. 19 Oklahoma State (5/5/13) before pitching six scoreless innings in his final start of the season against Baylor in the final Big 12 series of the season (5/17). Drozd then pitched four scoreless frames in relief in the Big 12 Championship against Baylor (5/25). In addition, Drozd put together a scoreless innings pitched streak of 18.2 innings (March 12-30, 2013) earlier during his junior season. PROUDFOOT AND BURLESON NEAR CAREER MILESTONE The Red Raiders have just three players on its roster that were in uniform for the 2012 season - senior catcher Mason Randolph and junior infielders Bryant Burleson and Tim Proudfoot. Both of the Red Raider middle infielders are now nearing a career milestone - 100 base hits. Both players are close to reaching 100 hits as Burleson enters the season with 91 career hits in 101 games played while Proudfoot is just one hit behind (90 hits) while having played in 107 games played. Texas Tech Active Players - Most Career Base Hits Bryant Burleson (2012-Present)____________ 91 Tim Proudfoot (2012-Present)______________ 90 Devon Conley (2013-Present)______________ 62 Mason Randolph (2011-Present)___________ 55 Jake Barrios (2013-Present)________________ 55 Eric Gutierrez (2013-Present)______________ 48 RANDOLPH GIVES TEXAS TECH IS LONE FOURTH-YEAR SENIOR Texas Tech catcher Mason Randolph has been around for a while now - not just because the senior catcher is from Lubbock - graduating in 2010 from Coronado High School - but because he is the only fourth-year senior on the Red Raiders roster. Randolph entered the season having played in 86 career games (66 starts) with a .237 (55-for-232) career average with 38 runs, 11 doubles, three home runs and 28 RBI while starting in 42 games in 2013 as a junior behind the plate. DAMRON & MOSELEY CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER MLB OPPORTUNITIES Texas Tech had two student-athletes decide to start a collegiate career and bypass the opportunity to sign with a Major League Baseball organization as both RHP Ryan Moseley (Lubbock, Texas/Cooper HS) and LHP Ty Damron (Krum, Texas/ Krum HS) pass on MLB offers after being selected in the 2013 MLB Draft. Moseley, who went 10-2 with a 1.78 ERA with 111 strikeouts in 78.2 innings as a senior, was taken in the 36th round of the draft by the Tampa Bay Rays. Damron, who was the only draft pick the Dodgers didn’t sign that was taken in the top 15 rounds, was the 13th round pick by the Dodgers. Damron went 8-2 as a senior with a 1.00 ERA with 138 strikeouts allowing just 40 walks. Damron became the highest drafted incoming Red Raider to make it to campus since 2007 when Chad Bettis was taken in the eighth round by the Astros. Bettis was a second round pick out of Tech following his junior season in 2010 and made his MLB debut in 2013 with the Rockies. LEADING OFF FOR THE RED RAIDERS ... Taking a closer look at the Red Raiders first time at the plate to start a season shows that Tech has scored at least one run in the first inning in 11 of the last 13 Opening Day games. When looking at the Red Raiders leadoff hitter in the first inning, Tech’s first man to the plate during a new season is 5-for-10 with three walks, two strikeouts and once reaching base on error since 2001. Tech’s leadoff batter has scored in the first inning eight times over the last 13 years. Year Hitter (POS) Count Result Scored 1st Inn. Runs Opponent Result 2013 Brett Bell (CF) 3-2 BB Yes 1 Run Northern Illinois W, 8-0 2012 Jamodrick McGruder (2B) 1-1 Bunt-1B Yes 2 Runs No. 31 Missouri State W, 4-1 2011 Kelby Tomlinson (SS) 1-2 SO No 3 Runs Western Michigan W, 8-0 2010 Michael Reed (LF) 2-1 F-7 No 3 Runs Jacksonville State W, 8-3 2009 Willie Rueda (2B) 3-0 BB Yes 3 Runs Southern Utah W, 14-3 2008 Doug Thennis (1B) 2-2 SO No 0 Runs UL Lafayette L, 0-4 2007 Joey Kenworthy (2B) 1-1 1-3 No 0 Runs Stephen F. Austin W, 4-3 2006 Joey Callendar (3B) N/A E-9 Yes 2 Runs Louisiana-Monroe W, 21-5 2005 Cody Fuller (CF) 0-1 1B-CF No 1 Run New Mexico W, 18-6 2004 Cameron Blair (SS) 2-2 1B-CF Yes 2 Runs Campbell W, 18-1 2003 Brent Fossum (CF) N/A 1B-CF Yes 3 Runs New Mexico W, 4-2 2002 Kevin Jordan (RF) N/A 1B Yes 1 Run BYU W, 8-6 2001 Gera Alvarez (SS) N/A BB Yes 7 Runs Howard W, 21-0

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball GAME NOTES OPPONENTS IN THE POLLS Eight Texas Tech opponents have received preseason national rankings, appearing in at least one of the following polls: Collegiate Baseball (CB), NCBWA, Baseball America (BA) and USA Today (USA). Team________________________________CB________ NCBWA___ BA_______ USA Indiana______________________________7th________ 7th_______ 3rd_______ 11th Rice_________________________________17th_______ 15th______ 15th______ 15th Oklahoma State_______________________18th_______ 19th______ NR________ 18th TCU_________________________________19th_______ 22nd______ 19th______ 23rd Texas________________________________20th_______ 25th______ 18th______ 22nd Kansas State__________________________28th_______ 18th______ 22nd______ 21st Oklahoma____________________________32nd______ 28th______ NR________ NR New Mexico__________________________37th_______ NR________ NR________ NR TEXAS TECH IN THE PRESEASON POLLS Texas Tech has been ranked anywhere from seventh-to-ninth in preseason Big 12 Conference rankings by the league’s head coaches, Perfect Game, Collegiate Baseball Newspaper and College Baseball Today. The Red Raiders were picked to finish eighth by the league’s head coaches. Here is a look at previous seasons and where Tech was predicted to finish in the coaches’ poll compared to where they actually finished at the end of the season in the league standings. Year Predicted Finished 2014________________________________________ 9th_____________ ??? 2013________________________________________ 6th_____________ 8th 2012________________________________________ 7th____________ T-8th 2011________________________________________ 7th_____________ 7th 2010________________________________________ 10th____________ 5th 2009________________________________________ 8th_____________ 7th 2008________________________________________ 10th___________ 10th 2007________________________________________ 6th____________ 10th 2006________________________________________T-8th____________ 8th 2005________________________________________ 6th_____________ 8th 2004________________________________________ 7th_____________ 3rd 2003________________________________________T-4th____________ 9th 2002________________________________________ 5th_____________ 3rd 2001________________________________________ 7th_____________2nd 2000________________________________________ 3rd_____________ 5th 1999_________________________________________1st_____________ 3rd WHO’S ON FIRST, WHAT’S ON SECOND AND NOBODY KNOWS WHO IS ON THIRD Right when most people had believed conference realignment had slowed down just a bit, you look up in 2014 and see plenty of faces in new places. When looking at all-time opponents for the Red Raiders, you will notice 19 opponents that Tech has played at some point are now in a new conference. Below is a look at the programs and their old and new conferences. Program Old Conference (2012-13) New Conference (2013-14) UConn_______________ Big East___________________ American Athletic Houston______________ Conference-USA____________ American Athletic Rutgers_______________ Big East___________________ American Athletic SMU_________________ Conference-USA____________ American Athletic Temple_______________ Atlantic-10_________________ American Athletic UCF__________________ Conference-USA____________ American Athletic Notre Dame___________ Big East___________________ Atlantic Coast Southern Utah_________ The Summit________________ Big Sky Florida International____ Sun Belt___________________ Conference-USA North Texas___________ Sun Belt___________________ Conference-USA UTSA_________________ Western Athletic____________ Conference-USA Dallas Baptist__________ Western Athletic____________ Missouri Valley Abilene Christian_______ NCAA D-II_________________ Southland Texas State____________ Western Athletic____________ Sun Belt UT Arlington__________ Western Athletic____________ Sun Belt Denver_______________ Sun Belt___________________ The Summit Northern Colorado_____ Great West_________________ Western Athletic UT-Pan American_______ Great West_________________ Western Athletic New York Tech_________ Great West_________________ NCAA D-II

BIG 12 PRESEASON RANKINGS BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL - COACHES 1. Kansas State (5)_________________ 56 points 2. Oklahoma State (2)______________ 51 points TCU (1)________________________ 51 points 4. Texas (1)______________________ 50 points 5. Oklahoma_____________________ 37 points 6. Baylor________________________ 26 points 7. West Virginia___________________ 23 points 8. Texas Tech____________________ 18 points 9. Kansas________________________ 12 points BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL - PERFECT GAME 1. Kansas State 2. Oklahoma State 3. Texas 4. TCU 5. West Virginia 6. Oklahoma 7. Texas Tech 8. Baylor 9. Kansas BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL - COLLEGIATE BASEBALL 1. Oklahoma State 2. TCU 3. Texas 4. Kansas State 5. Oklahoma 6. West Virginia 7. Baylor 8. Kansas 9. Texas Tech BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL - COLLEGE BASEBALL TODAY 1. Kansas State 2. TCU 3. Oklahoma State 4. Texas 5. Oklahoma 6. Baylor 7. Kansas 8. West Virginia 9. Texas Tech

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball 2013 SEASON RESULTS Record: 26-30

Home: 19-10

Away: 6-16

Date Opponent W Score L R-H-E R-H-E Inn # 2/15/13 NORTHERN ILLINOIS W 8-0 8-11-2 0-8-0 9 # 2/16/13 NORTHERN COLORADO W 10-1 10-11-1 1-6-1 9 # 2/16/13 BYU W 5-1 5-4-1 1-7-1 9 # 2/17/13 NORTHERN COLORADO W 13-0 13-13-0 0-2-0 9 + 2/22/13 vs. Troy 3-10 L 3-6-2 10-14-2 9 + 2/23/13 at UCF 8-13 L 8-10-3 13-18-3 9 + 2/24/13 vs. Connecticut 0-1 L 0-8-0 1-5-0 (11) 2/25/13 at Florida International 7-9 L 7-14-4 9-16-0 9 2/26/13 at Florida International W 8-6 8-12-2 6-14-3 9 3/01/13 La SALLE 5-6 L 5-8-0 6-13-0 (12) 3/02/13 La SALLE W 3-0 3-8-0 0-6-2 9 3/03/13 La SALLE W 7-0 7-6-1 0-7-1 9 3/05/13 at #16 Arizona 2-6 L 2-8-1 6-10-1 9 3/06/13 at #16 Arizona W 5-2 5-7-0 2-11-0 9 3/08/13 UT ARLINGTON W 8-3 8-11-2 3-6-0 9 3/09/13 UT ARLINGTON W 4-1 4-7-0 1-3-3 9 3/10/13 UT ARLINGTON 12-13 L 12-9-0 13-15-2 9 3/12/13 UTAH VALLEY W 9-2 9-9-0 2-4-2 9 3/13/13 UTAH VALLEY W 6-0 6-9-0 0-3-1 9 * 3/15/13 at Texas W 1-0 1-3-0 0-6-1 9 * 3/16/13 at Texas 1-2 L 1-5-1 2-7-1 9 * 3/17/13 at Texas W 4-2 4-7-1 2-7-0 9 3/19/13 #20 ARIZONA STATE W 8-7 8-9-1 7-12-3 9 * 3/22/13 at West Virginia 0-2 L 0-3-2 2-9-0 9 * 3/23/13 at West Virginia - 1 W 6-4 6-9-3 4-10-2 (10) * 3/23/13 at West Virginia - 2 1-3 L 1-4-2 3-4-2 9 3/25/13 at New Mexico State 6-7 L 6-11-1 7-12-1 9 * 3/29/13 TCU 1-4 L 1-9-0 4-6-1 9 * 3/30/13 TCU 3-7 L 3-6-1 7-13-0 9 * 3/31/13 TCU W 8-7 8-10-2 7-7-1 9 4/02/13 at New Mexico 3-10 L 3-3-1 10-12-1 9 * 4/05/13 at K-State 5-6 L 5-10-0 6-13-1 9 * 4/06/13 at K-State 2-15 L 2-8-3 15-18-0 9 * 4/07/13 at K-State 2-12 L 2-9-1 12-14-0 (8) 4/09/13 at Dallas Baptist 9-10 L 9-14-0 10-14-1 9 4/14/13 LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN 5-6 L 5-7-2 6-12-1 9 4/16/13 at #22 Rice 2-11 L 11-13-2 2-2-2 9 * 4/19/13 KANSAS 3-4 L 3-7-1 4-7-1 9 * 4/20/13 KANSAS 1-6 L 1-6-1 6-9-1 9 * 4/21/13 KANSAS W 16-5 16-18-0 5-10-1 (8) 4/23/13 NEW MEXICO STATE W 6-1 6-10-1 1-6-2 9 * 4/26/13 at #11 Oklahoma 0-8 L 0-7-1 8-15-0 9 * 4/27/13 at #11 Oklahoma 2-6 L 2-5-2 6-11-1 9 * 4/28/13 at #11 Oklahoma W 9-3 9-15-1 3-8-3 9 4/30/13 #17 NEW MEXICO W 12-8 12-12-0 8-16-3 9 * 5/03/13 #19 OKLAHOMA STATE W 5-2 5-7-0 2-4-4 9 * 5/04/13 #19 OKLAHOMA STATE 5-11 L 5-12-2 11-14-0 9 * 5/05/13 #19 OKLAHOMA STATE 0-3 L 0-6-0 3-7-1 9 5/07/13 DALLAS BAPTIST W 7-6 7-10-0 2-10-0 9 5/15/13 at #13 Arizona State 5-8 L 5-8-1 8-12-0 9 * 5/16/13 BAYLOR W 17-5 17-21-0 5-10-2 9 * 5/17/13 BAYLOR W 7-1 7-8-0 1-12-1 9 * 5/18/13 BAYLOR 8-15 L 8-12-2 15-11-0 (8) $ 5/23/13 vs. #15 Kansas State 3-4 L 3-6-0 4-6-0 9 $ 5/24/13 vs. #24 Oklahoma 0-8 L 0-4-2 8-13-1 9 $ 5/25/13 vs. Baylor W 8-2 8-8-0 2-5-2 9

Neutral: 1-4

Big 12 Conference: 9-15

Overall Big 12 Pitcher of Record 1-0 0-0 Moreno (1-0) 2-0 0-0 Taylor (1-0) 3-0 0-0 Masek (1-0) 4-0 0-0 Withrow (1-0) 4-1 0-0 Moreno (1-1) 4-2 0-0 Taylor (1-1) 4-3 0-0 McCrummen (0-1) 4-4 0-0 Withrow (1-1) 5-4 0-0 Drozd (1-0) 5-5 0-0 Taylor (1-2) 6-5 0-0 Masek (2-0) 7-5 0-0 Withrow (2-1) 7-6 0-0 Drozd (1-1) 8-6 0-0 Wheeler (1-0) 9-6 0-0 Custred (1-0) 10-6 0-0 Masek (3-0) 10-7 0-0 McCrummen (0-2) 11-7 0-0 Drozd (2-1) 12-7 0-0 Taylor (2-2) 13-7 1-0 Moreno (2-1) 13-8 1-1 Tripp (0-1) 14-8 2-1 Drozd (3-1) 15-8 2-1 McCrummen (1-2) 15-9 2-2 Moreno (2-2) 16-9 3-2 Wheeler (2-0) 16-10 3-3 Withrow (2-2) 16-11 3-3 McCrummen (1-3) 16-12 3-4 Taylor (2-3) 16-13 3-5 Drozd (3-2) 17-13 4-5 Wheeler (3-0) 17-14 4-5 Custred (1-1) 17-15 4-5 McCrummen (1-4) 17-16 4-7 Drozd (3-3) 17-17 4-8 Taylor (2-4) 17-18 4-8 Withrow (2-3) 17-19 4-8 McCrummen (1-5) 17-20 4-8 Bethard (0-1) 17-21 4-9 Drozd (3-4) 17-22 4-10 Wheeler (3-1) 18-22 5-10 Tripp (1-1) 19-22 5-10 Wheeler (4-1) 19-23 5-11 Drozd (3-5) 19-24 5-12 Masek (3-1) 20-24 6-12 Moreno (3-2) 21-24 6-12 Withrow (3-3) 22-24 7-12 Masek (4-1) 22-25 7-13 Moreno (3-3) 22-26 7-14 Tripp (1-2) 23-26 7-14 Withrow (4-3) 23-27 7-14 Custred (1-2) 24-27 8-14 Masek (5-1) 25-27 9-14 Drozd (4-5) 25-28 9-15 Taylor (2-5) 25-29 9-15 Masek (5-2) 25-30 9-15 Moreno (3-4) 26-30 9-15 WIthrow (5-3)

Attend Temp 2,459 41° 2,617 53° 2,775 63° 2,571 68° 441 81° 1,844 84° 207 75° 432 82° 383 83° 2,300 52° 2,430 65° 2,419 74° 2,131 75° 1,887 79° 2,414 77° 2,462 61° 2,265 45° 1,685 59° 1,812 69° 6,550 81° 6,842 81° 6,373 75° 2,624 65° 612 42° - - - - 45° 1,095 52° 317 63° 2,668 77° 3,267 82° 2,595 65° 479 65° 3,866 69° 1,950 71° 1,240 72° 1,107 81° 2,680 88° 3,208 77° 2,750 64° 2,950 79° 2,602 74° 2,257 43° 1,285 68° 2,668 57° 1,774 72° 2,320 87° 2,420 70° 2,944 76° 2,816 67° 2,226 77° 1,821 99° 2,427 97° 2,817 99° 2,727 90° 3,637 71° 3,707 65° 4,119 67°

Time 2:49 2:15 2:36 2:34 2:27 2:42 2:42 3:20 3:03 3:11 2:14 2:05 2:29 3:00 2:50 2:10 3:20 2:37 2:30 2:23 2:26 2:41 3:40 2:32 3:02 2:14 3:32 2:49 3:06 3:37 3:00 3:00 2:49 2:28 3:07 2:50 2:56 2:35 2:25 2:44 2:38 2:39 2:44 3:12 3:21 2:21 3:19 2:36 2:49 3:11 3:18 2:52 3:31 2:13 3:02 2:43

* Big 12 Conference game # Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic - Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park (Lubbock, Texas) + UCF Weekend Classic - Jay Bergman Field (Orlando, Fla.) $ Big 12 Championship - Bricktown Ballpark (Oklahoma City, Okla.) ( ) Run Rule or Shortened Game

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball 2013 SEASON RESULTS Record: 26-30

Home: 19-10

Away: 6-16

Date Opponent W Score L R-H-E R-H-E Inn # 2/15/13 NORTHERN ILLINOIS W 8-0 8-11-2 0-8-0 9 # 2/16/13 NORTHERN COLORADO W 10-1 10-11-1 1-6-1 9 # 2/16/13 BYU W 5-1 5-4-1 1-7-1 9 # 2/17/13 NORTHERN COLORADO W 13-0 13-13-0 0-2-0 9 + 2/22/13 vs. Troy 3-10 L 3-6-2 10-14-2 9 + 2/23/13 at UCF 8-13 L 8-10-3 13-18-3 9 + 2/24/13 vs. Connecticut 0-1 L 0-8-0 1-5-0 (11) 2/25/13 at Florida International 7-9 L 7-14-4 9-16-0 9 2/26/13 at Florida International W 8-6 8-12-2 6-14-3 9 3/01/13 La SALLE 5-6 L 5-8-0 6-13-0 (12) 3/02/13 La SALLE W 3-0 3-8-0 0-6-2 9 3/03/13 La SALLE W 7-0 7-6-1 0-7-1 9 3/05/13 at #16 Arizona 2-6 L 2-8-1 6-10-1 9 3/06/13 at #16 Arizona W 5-2 5-7-0 2-11-0 9 3/08/13 UT ARLINGTON W 8-3 8-11-2 3-6-0 9 3/09/13 UT ARLINGTON W 4-1 4-7-0 1-3-3 9 3/10/13 UT ARLINGTON 12-13 L 12-9-0 13-15-2 9 3/12/13 UTAH VALLEY W 9-2 9-9-0 2-4-2 9 3/13/13 UTAH VALLEY W 6-0 6-9-0 0-3-1 9 * 3/15/13 at Texas W 1-0 1-3-0 0-6-1 9 * 3/16/13 at Texas 1-2 L 1-5-1 2-7-1 9 * 3/17/13 at Texas W 4-2 4-7-1 2-7-0 9 3/19/13 #20 ARIZONA STATE W 8-7 8-9-1 7-12-3 9 * 3/22/13 at West Virginia 0-2 L 0-3-2 2-9-0 9 * 3/23/13 at West Virginia - 1 W 6-4 6-9-3 4-10-2 (10) * 3/23/13 at West Virginia - 2 1-3 L 1-4-2 3-4-2 9 3/25/13 at New Mexico State 6-7 L 6-11-1 7-12-1 9 * 3/29/13 TCU 1-4 L 1-9-0 4-6-1 9 * 3/30/13 TCU 3-7 L 3-6-1 7-13-0 9 * 3/31/13 TCU W 8-7 8-10-2 7-7-1 9 4/02/13 at New Mexico 3-10 L 3-3-1 10-12-1 9 * 4/05/13 at K-State 5-6 L 5-10-0 6-13-1 9 * 4/06/13 at K-State 2-15 L 2-8-3 15-18-0 9 * 4/07/13 at K-State 2-12 L 2-9-1 12-14-0 (8) 4/09/13 at Dallas Baptist 9-10 L 9-14-0 10-14-1 9 4/14/13 LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN 5-6 L 5-7-2 6-12-1 9 4/16/13 at #22 Rice 2-11 L 11-13-2 2-2-2 9 * 4/19/13 KANSAS 3-4 L 3-7-1 4-7-1 9 * 4/20/13 KANSAS 1-6 L 1-6-1 6-9-1 9 * 4/21/13 KANSAS W 16-5 16-18-0 5-10-1 (8) 4/23/13 NEW MEXICO STATE W 6-1 6-10-1 1-6-2 9 * 4/26/13 at #11 Oklahoma 0-8 L 0-7-1 8-15-0 9 * 4/27/13 at #11 Oklahoma 2-6 L 2-5-2 6-11-1 9 * 4/28/13 at #11 Oklahoma W 9-3 9-15-1 3-8-3 9 4/30/13 #17 NEW MEXICO W 12-8 12-12-0 8-16-3 9 * 5/03/13 #19 OKLAHOMA STATE W 5-2 5-7-0 2-4-4 9 * 5/04/13 #19 OKLAHOMA STATE 5-11 L 5-12-2 11-14-0 9 * 5/05/13 #19 OKLAHOMA STATE 0-3 L 0-6-0 3-7-1 9 5/07/13 DALLAS BAPTIST W 7-6 7-10-0 2-10-0 9 5/15/13 at #13 Arizona State 5-8 L 5-8-1 8-12-0 9 * 5/16/13 BAYLOR W 17-5 17-21-0 5-10-2 9 * 5/17/13 BAYLOR W 7-1 7-8-0 1-12-1 9 * 5/18/13 BAYLOR 8-15 L 8-12-2 15-11-0 (8) $ 5/23/13 vs. #15 Kansas State 3-4 L 3-6-0 4-6-0 9 $ 5/24/13 vs. #24 Oklahoma 0-8 L 0-4-2 8-13-1 9 $ 5/25/13 vs. Baylor W 8-2 8-8-0 2-5-2 9

Neutral: 1-4

Big 12 Conference: 9-15

Overall Big 12 Pitcher of Record 1-0 0-0 Moreno (1-0) 2-0 0-0 Taylor (1-0) 3-0 0-0 Masek (1-0) 4-0 0-0 Withrow (1-0) 4-1 0-0 Moreno (1-1) 4-2 0-0 Taylor (1-1) 4-3 0-0 McCrummen (0-1) 4-4 0-0 Withrow (1-1) 5-4 0-0 Drozd (1-0) 5-5 0-0 Taylor (1-2) 6-5 0-0 Masek (2-0) 7-5 0-0 Withrow (2-1) 7-6 0-0 Drozd (1-1) 8-6 0-0 Wheeler (1-0) 9-6 0-0 Custred (1-0) 10-6 0-0 Masek (3-0) 10-7 0-0 McCrummen (0-2) 11-7 0-0 Drozd (2-1) 12-7 0-0 Taylor (2-2) 13-7 1-0 Moreno (2-1) 13-8 1-1 Tripp (0-1) 14-8 2-1 Drozd (3-1) 15-8 2-1 McCrummen (1-2) 15-9 2-2 Moreno (2-2) 16-9 3-2 Wheeler (2-0) 16-10 3-3 Withrow (2-2) 16-11 3-3 McCrummen (1-3) 16-12 3-4 Taylor (2-3) 16-13 3-5 Drozd (3-2) 17-13 4-5 Wheeler (3-0) 17-14 4-5 Custred (1-1) 17-15 4-5 McCrummen (1-4) 17-16 4-7 Drozd (3-3) 17-17 4-8 Taylor (2-4) 17-18 4-8 Withrow (2-3) 17-19 4-8 McCrummen (1-5) 17-20 4-8 Bethard (0-1) 17-21 4-9 Drozd (3-4) 17-22 4-10 Wheeler (3-1) 18-22 5-10 Tripp (1-1) 19-22 5-10 Wheeler (4-1) 19-23 5-11 Drozd (3-5) 19-24 5-12 Masek (3-1) 20-24 6-12 Moreno (3-2) 21-24 6-12 Withrow (3-3) 22-24 7-12 Masek (4-1) 22-25 7-13 Moreno (3-3) 22-26 7-14 Tripp (1-2) 23-26 7-14 Withrow (4-3) 23-27 7-14 Custred (1-2) 24-27 8-14 Masek (5-1) 25-27 9-14 Drozd (4-5) 25-28 9-15 Taylor (2-5) 25-29 9-15 Masek (5-2) 25-30 9-15 Moreno (3-4) 26-30 9-15 WIthrow (5-3)

Attend Temp 2,459 41° 2,617 53° 2,775 63° 2,571 68° 441 81° 1,844 84° 207 75° 432 82° 383 83° 2,300 52° 2,430 65° 2,419 74° 2,131 75° 1,887 79° 2,414 77° 2,462 61° 2,265 45° 1,685 59° 1,812 69° 6,550 81° 6,842 81° 6,373 75° 2,624 65° 612 42° - - - - 45° 1,095 52° 317 63° 2,668 77° 3,267 82° 2,595 65° 479 65° 3,866 69° 1,950 71° 1,240 72° 1,107 81° 2,680 88° 3,208 77° 2,750 64° 2,950 79° 2,602 74° 2,257 43° 1,285 68° 2,668 57° 1,774 72° 2,320 87° 2,420 70° 2,944 76° 2,816 67° 2,226 77° 1,821 99° 2,427 97° 2,817 99° 2,727 90° 3,637 71° 3,707 65° 4,119 67°

Time 2:49 2:15 2:36 2:34 2:27 2:42 2:42 3:20 3:03 3:11 2:14 2:05 2:29 3:00 2:50 2:10 3:20 2:37 2:30 2:23 2:26 2:41 3:40 2:32 3:02 2:14 3:32 2:49 3:06 3:37 3:00 3:00 2:49 2:28 3:07 2:50 2:56 2:35 2:25 2:44 2:38 2:39 2:44 3:12 3:21 2:21 3:19 2:36 2:49 3:11 3:18 2:52 3:31 2:13 3:02 2:43

* Big 12 Conference game # Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic - Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park (Lubbock, Texas) + UCF Weekend Classic - Jay Bergman Field (Orlando, Fla.) $ Big 12 Championship - Bricktown Ballpark (Oklahoma City, Okla.) ( ) Run Rule or Shortened Game

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball

2013 SEASON STATISTICS     

                  

        

                 

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      

 

      

      

 

      

      

          

                                                      

 

                    

   



      

      

      

                           

          

          

          

          

          

          

       

        

          

          

          

          

  



   

 













  







 





  























  







 





  











 

 

             























   

   

 

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

      

   

   

       

   

   

   

        

        

        

        

        

        

        

        

        

        

        

        

        

        

        

        

        

        

        

        

        

        







 

























   









 

























 

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 

  

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball

2013 BIG 12 SEASON STATISTICS     

                 

 



       

       

       

       

       

       

                 

        

        

        



  



  



  



   

       



        











      

       

        

  



       

 

       

 



       

       

       

       

                       



 

 

                 

        

        

        

        



  







  



               

                          

        

       

 

   

        

 



 

 

 



 



 



 



 

 



 

 

 



 



 

 

 

  

 

 

   

 

 



 





 



















   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball THE LAST TIME A TEXAS TECH TEAM... Won 5 or more consecutive games_______________________ 5 games (May 19, 2012-February 17, 2013) Won 6 or more consecutive games________________________________ 7 games (February 10-23, 2007) Won 7 or more consecutive games________________________________ 7 games (February 10-23, 2007) Won 10 or more consecutive games_____________________________ 16 games (April 13-May 22, 2002) Won 16 or more consecutive games_____________________________ 16 games (April 13-May 22, 2002)

Won both games of a doubleheader______________________________ vs. UTSA: 8-2, 11-6 (April 5, 2011) Shutout an opponent in both games of a doubleheader______ vs. Iowa State: 14-0, 7-0 (March 15, 1997) Lost both games of a doubleheader__________ at #4 Nebraska: 3-4 (11 inn.), 4-14 (7 inn.) (April 29, 2006) Was shutout in both games of a doubleheader__________________ vs. #2 Texas: 0-4, 0-10 (April 3, 2004)

Won 5 or more consecutive home games__________________ 5 games (May 19, 2012-February 17, 2013) Won 6 or more consecutive home games____________________ 10 games (February 24-March 23, 2012) Won 7 or more consecutive home games____________________ 10 games (February 24-March 23, 2012) Won 10 or more consecutive home games___________________ 10 games (February 24-March 23, 2012) Won 13 or more consecutive home games________________________ 13 games (April 16-May 19, 2002) Won 21 or more consecutive home games______________________ 21 games (February 5-April 4, 1999) Won 24 or more consecutive home games____________________ 24 games (February 22-April 26, 1996)

Swept a 3-game series at home____________________________________vs. Houston (April 13-15, 2012) Swept a 3-game series at home vs. non-conference opponent___________vs. Houston (April 13-15, 2012) Swept a 3-game series on the road_____________________________________ at Kansas (May 1-3, 2004) Swept a 3-game Big 12 series at home____________________________ vs. Kansas (April 29-May 1, 2011) Swept a 3-game Big 12 series on the road_______________________________ at Kansas (May 1-3, 2004) Swept a midweek series at home______________________ 2 games, vs. Utah Valley (March 12-13, 2013) Swept a midweek series on the road________________________ 2 games, at Michigan (May 10-11, 2011) Swept a midweek series at a neutral site____________ 2 games, vs. UTSA in San Angelo DH (April 5, 2011)

Won 5 or more consecutive road games____________________________ 5 games (April 10-May 2, 2004) Won 6 or more consecutive road games__________________________9 games (March 23-April 20, 1997) Won 7 or more consecutive road games__________________________9 games (March 23-April 20, 1997) Won 8 or more consecutive road games__________________________9 games (March 23-April 20, 1997) Won 9 or more consecutive road games__________________________9 games (March 23-April 20, 1997)

Was swept in a 3-game series at home________________________________ vs. #8 TCU (March 4-6, 2011) Was swept in a 3-game series at home vs. non-conference opponent_______ vs. #8 TCU (March 4-6, 2011) Was swept in a 3-game series on the road______________________________ at K-State (April 5-7, 2013) Was swept in a 3-game Big 12 series at home______________ vs. #19 Oklahoma State (May 11-13, 2007) Was swept in a 3-game Big 12 series on the road_________________________ at K-State (April 5-7, 2013)

Won 5 or more consecutive conference games__________________________5 games (May 15-23, 2004) Won 6 or more consecutive conference games______________________ 6 games (April 24-May 7, 2004) Won 7 or more consecutive conference games_____________________ 8 games (April 13-May 19, 2002) Won 8 or more consecutive conference games_____________________ 8 games (April 13-May 19, 2002)

Swept 3 or more Big 12 series in a season_____________________________3, 2004 (vs. KSU, @ KU, vs. BU) Swept 4 or more Big 12 series in a season______________________ 4, 1997 (vs. ISU, @ MU, @ KSU, vs. NU) Swept 3 or more midweek road/neutral site series in a season_______ 3, 2011 (vs. UTSA, @ UNM, @ MICH) Was swept in 3 or more Big 12 series in a season_______________________3, 2007 (@ UT, @ MU, vs. OSU) Was swept in 4 or more Big 12 series in a season_________________________________ Never Happened

Won 5 or more consecutive conference home games________________ 6 games (April 27-May 19, 2002) Won 6 or more consecutive conference home games________________ 6 games (April 27-May 19, 2002) Won 7 or more consecutive conference home games_____________________ 9 games (April 7-29, 2001) Won 8 or more consecutive conference home games_____________________ 9 games (April 7-29, 2001) Won 9 or more consecutive conference home games_____________________ 9 games (April 7-29, 2001) Won 10 or more consecutive conference home games___________ 10 games February 26-May 14, 1999) Won 5 or more consecutive conference road games__________________ 5 games (April 10-May 2, 2004) Won 6 or more consecutive conference road games________________7 games (March 23-April 20, 1997) Won 7 or more consecutive conference road games________________7 games (March 23-April 20, 1997) Won 5 or more consecutive midweek games_________________ 8 games (May 10, 2011-March 21, 2012) Won 6 or more consecutive midweek games_________________ 8 games (May 10, 2011-March 21, 2012) Won 7 or more consecutive midweek games_________________ 8 games (May 10, 2011-March 21, 2012) Won 8 or more consecutive midweek games_________________ 8 games (May 10, 2011-March 21, 2012) Won 5 or more consecutive midweek road/neutral site games__ 9 games (March 22, 2011-March 6, 2012) Lost 5 or more consecutive midweek road/neutral site games________ 5 games (March 25-May 15, 2013) Lost 5 or more consecutive games____________________________________ 9 games (April 2-20, 2013) Lost 6 or more consecutive games____________________________________ 9 games (April 2-20, 2013) Lost 7 or more consecutive games____________________________________ 9 games (April 2-20, 2013) Lost 8 or more consecutive games____________________________________ 9 games (April 2-20, 2013) Lost 9 or more consecutive games____________________________________ 9 games (April 2-20, 2013) Lost 10 or more consecutive games_________________________________ 11 games (April 12-28, 1985) Lost 11 or more consecutive games_________________________________ 11 games (April 12-28, 1985) Lost 5 or more consecutive home games__________________________9 games (March 24-April 7, 1987) Lost 6 or more consecutive home games__________________________9 games (March 24-April 7, 1987) Lost 7 or more consecutive home games__________________________9 games (March 24-April 7, 1987) Lost 8 or more consecutive home games__________________________9 games (March 24-April 7, 1987) Lost 9 or more consecutive home games__________________________9 games (March 24-April 7, 1987) Lost 5 or more consecutive road games_________________________10 games (March 23-April 27, 2013) Lost 6 or more consecutive road games_________________________10 games (March 23-April 27, 2013) Lost 7 or more consecutive road games_________________________10 games (March 23-April 27, 2013) Lost 8 or more consecutive road games_________________________10 games (March 23-April 27, 2013) Lost 10 or more consecutive road games________________________10 games (March 23-April 27, 2013) Lost 11 or more consecutive road games__________________________ 11 games (April 4-May 10, 2008) Lost 5 or more consecutive conference games___________________________ 5 games (April 5-20, 2013) Lost 6 or more consecutive conference games___________________________ 8 games (April 4-19, 2008) Lost 7 or more consecutive conference games___________________________ 8 games (April 4-19, 2008) Lost 8 or more consecutive conference games___________________________ 8 games (April 4-19, 2008) Lost 9 or more consecutive conference games______________________ 9 games (April 22-May 19, 2007) Lost 10 or more consecutive conference games__________________10 games (March 27-April 27, 1987) Lost 15 or more consecutive conference games__________________15 games (March 29-April 28, 1985) Lost 5 or more consecutive conference home games________________6 games (March 24-April 1, 1989) Lost 6 or more consecutive conference home games________________6 games (March 24-April 1, 1989) Lost 7 or more consecutive conference home games_______________8 games (March 14-April 17, 1987) Lost 8 or more consecutive conference home games_______________8 games (March 14-April 17, 1987) Lost 5 or more consecutive conference road games________________6 games (March 23-April 27, 2013) Lost 6 or more consecutive conference road games________________6 games (March 23-April 27, 2013) Lost 7 or more consecutive conference road games__________________ 8 games (April 4-May 10, 2008) Lost 8 or more consecutive conference road games__________________ 8 games (April 4-May 10, 2008) Lost 9 or more consecutive conference road games__________________ 9 games (April 1-May 19, 2007)

Swept Baylor in a 3-game series at home_________________________________________________ 2004 Swept Baylor in a 3-game series on the road____________________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Baylor in a 3-game series at home___________________________________________ 1986 Was swept by Baylor in a 3-game series on the road________________________________________ 2012 Swept Kansas in a 3-game series at home________________________________________________ 2011 Swept Kansas in a 3-game series on the road______________________________________________ 2004 Was swept by Kansas in a 3-game series at home________________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Kansas in a 3-game series on the road________________________________________ 2008 Swept Kansas State in a 3-game series at home____________________________________________ 2004 Swept Kansas State in a 3-game series on the road_________________________________________ 1997 Was swept by Kansas State in a 3-game series at home____________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Kansas State in a 3-game series on the road___________________________________ 2013 Swept Oklahoma in a 3-game series at home______________________________________________ 2002 Swept Oklahoma in a 3-game series on the road___________________________________________ 1999 Was swept by Oklahoma in a 3-game series at home_______________________________________ 2006 Was swept by Oklahoma in a 3-game series on the road_____________________________________ 2011 Swept Oklahoma State in a 3-game series at home_______________________________ Never Happened Swept Oklahoma State in a 3-game series on the road____________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Oklahoma State in a 3-game series at home___________________________________ 2007 Was swept by Oklahoma State in a 3-game series on the road________________________________ 2012 Swept Texas in a 3-game series at home________________________________________ Never Happened Swept Texas in a 3-game series on the road_____________________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Texas in a 3-game series at home____________________________________________ 1992 Was swept by Texas in a 3-game series on the road_________________________________________ 2007 Swept TCU in a 3-game series at home___________________________________________________ 1989 Swept TCU in a 3-game series on the road______________________________________ Never Happened Was swept by TCU in a 3-game series at home_____________________________________________ 2011 Was swept by TCU in a 3-game series on the road__________________________________________ 2010 Swept West Virginia in a 3-game series at home_________________________________ Never Happened Swept West Virginia in a 3-game series on the road_______________________________ Never Happened Was swept by West Virginia in a 3-game series at home___________________________ Never Happened Was swept by West Virginia in a 3-game series on the road_________________________ Never Happened Defeated a Top 25 ranked team___________________________vs. #19 Oklahoma State, 5-2 (May 3, 2013) Defeated a Top 25 ranked team at home___________________vs. #19 Oklahoma State, 5-2 (May 3, 2013) Defeated a Top 25 ranked team on the road____________________ at #11 Oklahoma, 9-3 (April 28, 2013) Defeated a Top 25 ranked team at a neutral site______________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010) Defeated a Top 25 ranked non-conference team_____________ vs. #17 New Mexico, 12-8 (April 30, 2013) Defeated a Top 25 ranked non-conference team at home______ vs. #17 New Mexico, 12-8 (April 30, 2013) Defeated a Top 25 ranked non-conference team on the road________ at #16 Arizona, 5-2 (March 6, 2013) Defeated a Top 25 ranked Big 12 team_____________________vs. #19 Oklahoma State, 5-2 (May 3, 2013) Defeated a Top 25 ranked Big 12 team at home______________vs. #19 Oklahoma State, 5-2 (May 3, 2013) Defeated a Top 25 ranked Big 12 team on the road______________ at #11 Oklahoma, 9-3 (April 28, 2013) Defeated a Top 25 ranked Big 12 team at a neutral site________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010)

Shutout an opponent_____________________________________________at Texas, 1-0 (March 15, 2013) Shutout an opponent on Opening Day__________________ vs. Northern Illinois, 8-0 (February 15, 2013) Shutout an opponent at home_______________________________ vs. Utah Valley, 6-0 (March 13, 2013) Shutout a Big 12 opponent at home___________________________ vs. Missouri, 7-0 (February 19, 2012) Shutout an opponent on the road__________________________________at Texas, 1-0 (March 15, 2013) Shutout a Big 12 opponent on the road______________________________at Texas, 1-0 (March 15, 2013) Shutout an opponent on a neutral field_______vs. Nevada-Reno @ Phoenix, Ariz., 4-0 (February 21, 1998) Shutout a midweek opponent at home________________________ vs. Utah Valley, 6-0 (March 13, 2013) Shutout a midweek opponent on the road___________________ at #27 Dallas Baptist, 5-0 (May 8, 2012) Shutout back-to-back opponents___________________________ vs. La Salle, 3-0 & 7-0 (March 2-3, 2013)

Defeated a Top 20 ranked team___________________________vs. #19 Oklahoma State, 5-2 (May 3, 2013) Defeated a Top 20 ranked team at home___________________vs. #19 Oklahoma State, 5-2 (May 3, 2013) Defeated a Top 20 ranked team on the road____________________ at #11 Oklahoma, 9-3 (April 28, 2013) Defeated a Top 20 ranked team at a neutral site______________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010)

Was shutout_____________________________________________ vs. #24 Oklahoma, 0-8 (May 24, 2013) Was shutout at home___________________________________vs. #19 Oklahoma State, 0-3 (May 5, 2013) Was shutout at home by a Big 12 opponent____________________ vs. #24 Oklahoma, 0-8 (May 24, 2013) Was shutout on the road___________________________________ at #11 Oklahoma, 0-8 (April 26, 2013) Was shutout on the road by a Big 12 opponent_________________ at #11 Oklahoma, 0-8 (April 26, 2013) Was shutout on a neutral field_______________________________ vs. #24 Oklahoma, 0-8 (May 24, 2013) Was shutout against a midweek opponent at home_________ vs. Abilene Christian, 0-1 (March 25, 1963) Was shutout against a midweek opponent on the road___________ at North Texas, 0-5 (March 16, 1987) Was shutout against a midweek opponent on a neutral site________ vs. Connecticut, 0-1 (February 24, 2013)

Defeated a Top 10 ranked team_____________________________ at #9 Texas A&M, 8-4 (12) (May 6, 2012) Defeated a Top 10 ranked team at home____________________ vs. #5 Texas A&M, 4-3 (12) (April 8, 2011) Defeated a Top 10 ranked team on the road___________________ at #9 Texas A&M, 8-4 (12) (May 6, 2012) Defeated a Top 10 ranked team at a neutral site______________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010)

Run-ruled an opponent____________________________________ 16-5, 8 inn. vs. Kansas (April 21, 2013) Run-ruled an opponent at home_____________________________ 16-5, 8 inn. vs. Kansas (April 21, 2013) Run-ruled a Big 12 opponent at home________________________ 16-5, 8 inn. vs. Kansas (April 21, 2013) Run-ruled an opponent on the road_____________________ 16-5, 7 inn at Kansas State (March 31, 2007) Run-ruled a Big 12 opponent on the road________________ 16-5, 7 inn at Kansas State (March 31, 2007) Was run-ruled_________________________________________ 2-12, 8 inn. at Kansas State (April 7, 2013) Was run-ruled at home___________________________ 0-10, 7 inn vs. #19 Oklahoma State (May 13, 2007) Was run-ruled by a Big 12 opponent at home________ 0-10, 7 inn vs. #19 Oklahoma State (May 13, 2007) Was run-ruled on the road_______________________________ 2-12, 8 inn. at Kansas State (April 7, 2013) Was run-ruled by a Big 12 opponent on the road_____________ 2-12, 8 inn. at Kansas State (April 7, 2013) Played in 14 or more innings______________________ 14 innings, vs. #25 Texas (Won, 7-6) (April 6, 2012) Played in 15 or more innings_______________________15 innings, vs. Kansas State (L, 5-7) (April 5, 2002) Played in 16 or more innings____________ 17 innings, at Southeastern Oklahoma (L, 1-2) (April 18, 1966) Played in 17 or more innings____________ 17 innings, at Southeastern Oklahoma (L, 1-2) (April 18, 1966)

Defeated a Top 15 ranked team______________________________ at #11 Oklahoma, 9-3 (April 28, 2013) Defeated a Top 15 ranked team at home____________________ vs. #5 Texas A&M, 4-3 (12) (April 8, 2011) Defeated a Top 15 ranked team on the road____________________ at #11 Oklahoma, 9-3 (April 28, 2013) Defeated a Top 15 ranked team at a neutral site______________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010)

Defeated a Top 5 ranked team_____________________________________at #4 Texas, 2-1 (April 16, 2011) Defeated a Top 5 ranked team at home_____________________ vs. #5 Texas A&M, 4-3 (12) (April 8, 2011) Defeated a Top 5 ranked team on the road___________________________at #4 Texas, 2-1 (April 16, 2011) Defeated a Top 5 ranked team at a neutral site_______________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010) Defeated a #1 ranked team______________________________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010) Defeated a #1 ranked team on the road_________________ at #1 Cal State Fullerton, 11-5 (May 27, 2001) Defeated a #1 ranked team at a neutral site_________________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010) Won a series against a Top 25 ranked team_______ vs. #22 Oklahoma State: 10-11, 11-7, 5-3 (May 20-22, 2011) Won a series against a Top 25 ranked team at home _________vs. #22 Oklahoma State: 10-11, 11-7, 5-3 (May 20-22, 2011) Won a series against a Top 25 ranked team on the road_______at #14 Baylor: 6-5, 13-14, 10-6 (10) (March 18-20, 2011) Swept a series against a Top 25 ranked team_______vs. #17 Baylor: 8-7 (10), 5-2, 11-1 (March 17-19, 2002) Played to a tie________________________________________ vs. Kansas State, 11-11 (10) (April 15, 2006) Won 5 or more consecutive midweek home games_______________________ 6 (March 12-May 7, 2013) Won 6 or more consecutive midweek home games_______________________ 6 (March 12-May 7, 2013)

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball THE LAST TIME A TEXAS TECH TEAM... Hit back-to-back home runs________________________ Mayo, Hanslik, vs. UNLV 8th inn. (April 22, 2009) Homered on consecutive pitches__________ Rindels, Hall, vs. New Mexico State 2nd inn. (April 23, 2008) Hit 2 or more home runs in an inning_________________________ 2, at UCF 3rd inn. (February 23, 2013) Hit 3 or more home runs in an inning______________________3, at Dallas Baptist 2nd inn. (April 9, 2013) Hit 3 or more home runs in a game_______________________________ 3, at Dallas Baptist (April 9, 2013) Hit 4 or more home runs in a game___________________________________ 6, vs. Missouri (May 2, 2010) Hit 5 or more home runs in a game___________________________________ 6, vs. Missouri (May 2, 2010) Hit 6 or more home runs in a game___________________________________ 6, vs. Missouri (May 2, 2010) Hit 7 or more home runs in a game___________________________________8, vs. Missouri (April 5, 1997) Hit 8 or more home runs in a game___________________________________8, vs. Missouri (April 5, 1997) Hit 2 grand slams in a week____________ Stephen Hagen (April 26), Jamodrick McGruder (April 30), 2011 Hit multiple grand slams in a season______________________ 2, Tim Proudfoot (1), Bo Altobelli (1) (2012) Hit 3 or more grand slams in a season_________________________ 3, (Hagen, McGruder, Altobelli) (2008) Hit 4 or more grand slams in a season________________________________4, Blair (3), Edwards (1) (2005) Homered in 3 or more consecutive innings__________ 3, at New Mexico State, 4th-5th-6th (May 1, 2012) Homered in 4 or more consecutive games______________________________4 games (May 16-23, 2013) Homered in 5 or more consecutive games__________________________ 6 games (April 24-May 2, 2010) Homered in 6 or more consecutive games__________________________ 6 games (April 24-May 2, 2010) Homered in 7 or more consecutive games____________________________ 7 games (March 10-20, 2010) Homered in 10 or more consecutive games___________________________ 13 games (March 3-23, 2002) Homered in 13 or more consecutive games___________________________ 13 games (March 3-23, 2002) Scored 10 or more runs in 3 consecutive games________________________2010 (February 21-25, 2010) Scored 10 or more runs in 4 consecutive games________________________2007 (February 11-27, 2007) Scored 10 or more runs in 5 consecutive games__________________________ 2000 (February 2-8, 2000) Scored 15 or more runs in a game____________________________________ 17, vs. Baylor (May 16, 2013) Scored 20 or more runs in a game___________________________ 25, vs. Alabama A&M (March 14, 2012) Scored 25 or more runs in a game___________________________ 25, vs. Alabama A&M (March 14, 2012) Scored 27 or more runs in a game_______________________________ 27, vs. Howard (February 7, 1999) Scored 31 or more runs in a game__________________ 31, vs. College of the Southwest (March 25, 1997) Scored 10 or more runs in a loss___________________________ 12-13, vs. UT Arlington (March 10, 2013) Scored 13 or more runs in a loss_____________________________ 13-14, at New Mexico (April 25, 2012) Scored 15 or more runs in a loss_____________________________ 16-26, vs. Dallas Baptist (May 7, 2005) Scored 16 or more runs in a loss_____________________________ 16-26, vs. Dallas Baptist (May 7, 2005) Scored 17 or more runs in a loss______________________17-23, vs. New Mexico State (February 5, 2000) Scored 18 or more runs in a loss________________________ 18-19, at Lubbock Christian (March 8, 1986) Scored 19 or more runs in a loss________________________________ 19-20, vs. Baylor (March 24, 1984) Scored 20 or more runs in a loss_______________________________________ 20-25, at McMurry (1928) Scored 10 or more unanswered runs_________________________________13, vs. Baylor (May 16, 2013) Scored 15 or more unanswered runs________________________ 21, vs. Alabama A&M (March 13, 2012) Scored 20 or more unanswered runs________________________ 21, vs. Alabama A&M (March 13, 2012) Scored 25 or more unanswered runs____________________________ 25, vs. Howard (January 26, 2001) Scored in 5 consecutive innings________________ 5, 1st-5th inn. vs. #22 Oklahoma State (May 22, 2011) Scored in 6 consecutive innings___________________________ 6, 2nd-7th inn. vs. UNLV (March 6, 2007) Scored 5 or more runs in the first inning_______________________ 5, vs. Alabama A&M (March 14, 2012) Scored 6 or more runs in the first inning____________________6, vs. Northern Illinois (February 26, 2011) Scored 9 or more runs in the first inning__________________________ 9, vs. Kansas State (April 20, 2008) Scored 10 or more runs in the first inning___________________________10, vs. UTSA (February 25, 2008) Scored in the first inning in 4 or more consecutive games______________ 5, 2012 (February 17-24, 2012) Scored in the first inning in 5 or more consecutive games______________ 5, 2012 (February 17-24, 2012) Scored in the first inning in 6 or more consecutive games_________________ 6, 2008 (March 9-18, 2008) Scored 7 or more runs in an inning____________________________ 7 (4th inn.), vs. Baylor (May 16, 2013) Scored 8 or more runs in an inning_______________________9 (2nd inn.), at Dallas Baptist (April 9, 2013) Scored 9 or more runs in an inning_______________________9 (2nd inn.), at Dallas Baptist (April 9, 2013) Scored 10 or more runs in an inning_______________________ 10 (1st inn.), vs. UTSA (February 25, 2008) Scored 11 or more runs in an inning________________ 11 (4th inn.) vs. Dallas Baptist (February 16, 2007) Scored 13 or more runs in an inning_______________13 (3rd inn.), vs. Western Illinois (February 20, 2005) Scored 4 or more runs in 3 different innings_______ vs. Alabama A&M: 1st (5), 3rd (4), 5th (5), 6th (7) (March 14, 2012) Scored 4 or more runs in 4 different innings_______ vs. Alabama A&M: 1st (5), 3rd (4), 5th (5), 6th (7) (March 14, 2012) Scored 10 or more runs in a road game_______________________12, at New Mexico State (May 1, 2012) Scored 15 or more runs in a road game______________________________ 21, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) Scored 20 or more runs in a road game______________________________ 21, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) Scored 24 or more runs in a road game______________________________24, at Baylor (March 23, 1996) Scored 25 or more runs in a road game____________________________ 25, at UTEP (February 24, 1984) Allowed 10 or more runs in a loss____________________________________ 15, vs. Baylor (May 18, 2013) Allowed 10 or more runs in a win___________________________________ 15, vs. Missouri (May 2, 2010) Allowed 15 or more runs in a game___________________________________ 15, vs. Baylor (May 18, 2013) Allowed 20 or more runs in a game______________________________ 22, vs. #13 Texas (March 20, 2008) Allowed 7 or more runs in an inning___________________________ 8 (5th inn.), vs. Baylor (May 18, 2013) Allowed 8 or more runs in an inning___________________________ 8 (5th inn.), vs. Baylor (May 18, 2013) Allowed 9 or more runs in an inning_______________________ 9 (1st inn.), at Kansas State (April 6, 2013) Allowed 10 or more runs in an inning______________________________ 10, vs. Houston (March 7, 2010) Allowed 5 or more runs in the first inning_______________________________ 5, vs. Baylor (May 18, 2013) Allowed 6 or more runs in the first inning___________________________9, at Kansas State (April 6, 2013) Allowed 7 or more runs in the first inning___________________________9, at Kansas State (April 6, 2013) Allowed 8 or more runs in the first inning___________________________9, at Kansas State (April 6, 2013) Allowed 9 or more runs in the first inning___________________________9, at Kansas State (April 6, 2013) Overcame a deficit of 4 or more runs in a win_______________4, vs. TCU: 3-7, Won - 8-7 (March 31, 2013) Overcame a deficit of 5 or more runs in a win_____ 5, at New Mexico State: 0-5, Won - 12-7 (May 1, 2012) Overcame a deficit of 6 or more runs in a win_______9, at Dallas Baptist: 0-9, Won - 13-11 (April 14, 2010) Overcame a deficit of 7 or more runs in a win_______9, at Dallas Baptist: 0-9, Won - 13-11 (April 14, 2010) Overcame a deficit of 8 or more runs in a win_______9, at Dallas Baptist: 0-9, Won - 13-11 (April 14, 2010) Overcame a deficit of 9 or more runs in a win_______9, at Dallas Baptist: 0-9, Won - 13-11 (April 14, 2010) Overcame a deficit of 3 or more runs in the 9th to win_____ 5, at #22 Oklahoma State: 2-7, Won - 11-8 (May 16, 2004) Overcame a deficit of 4 or more runs in the 9th to win_____ 5, at #22 Oklahoma State: 2-7, Won - 11-8 (May 16, 2004) Overcame a deficit of 5 or more runs in the 9th to win_____ 5, at #22 Oklahoma State: 2-7, Won - 11-8 (May 16, 2004) Won when trailing after 8 innings in back-to-back games___ at No. 14 Baylor/at Dallas Baptist (March 20, 22, 2011) Squandered a lead of 4 or more runs in a loss______ 5, at #13 Arizona State: 5-0, Lost - 5-8 (May 15, 2013) Squandered a lead of 5 or more runs in a loss______ 5, at #13 Arizona State: 5-0, Lost - 5-8 (May 15, 2013) Squandered a lead of 6 or more runs in a loss_______ 8, at Kansas State: 10-2 - Lost 12-13 (April 17, 2005) Squandered a lead of 7 or more runs in a loss_______ 8, at Kansas State: 10-2 - Lost 12-13 (April 17, 2005) Squandered a lead of 8 or more runs in a loss_______ 8, at Kansas State: 10-2 - Lost 12-13 (April 17, 2005) Squandered a multiple-run lead in the 9th in a loss_______ 3, at New Mexico: 13-10 - Lost 13-14 (April 25, 2012) Had 15 or more hits in a game_______________________________________ 21, vs. Baylor (May 20, 2013) Had 15 or more hits in a win________________________________________ 21, vs. Baylor (May 20, 2013) Had 20 or more hits in a win________________________________________ 21, vs. Baylor (May 20, 2013) Had 25 or more hits in a win__________________________ 26, vs. New Mexico Highlands (April 8, 1998) Had 30 or more hits in a game_____________________ 32, vs. College of the Southwest (March 25, 1997) Had 50 or more hits in a Big 12 series_________________________ 51, at #14 Baylor (March 18-20, 2011) Had 15 or more hits in a loss____________________________ 18, vs. #22 Oklahoma State (May 20, 2011) Had 16 or more hits in a loss____________________________ 18, vs. #22 Oklahoma State (May 20, 2011) Had 20 or more hits in a loss___________________________________ 22, at #14 Baylor (March 19, 2011)

Had at least 15 hits in back-to-back games______15 hits, 16 hits vs. Florida Gulf Coast (March 20-21, 2012) Had at least 19 hits in back-to-back games________ 19 hits, 23 hits vs. Alabama A&M (March 13-14, 2012) Had at least 10 hits in 5 or more consecutive games__________________ 6 games (April 24-May 2, 2010) Had at least 10 hits in 6 or more consecutive games__________________ 6 games (April 24-May 2, 2010) Had at least 10 hits in 9 or more consecutive games_____________ 9 games (February 14-March 3, 2006) Had at least 10 hits in 10 or more consecutive games_________________ 10 games (February 1-18, 2003) Had 4 or more consecutive hits_________________ 5 (2B-2B-1B-2B-1B), vs. Baylor, 4th inn. (May 16, 2013) Had 5 or more consecutive hits_________________ 5 (2B-2B-1B-2B-1B), vs. Baylor, 4th inn. (May 16, 2013) Had 6 or more consecutive hits_______8 (2B-1B-1B-2B-2B-1B-1B-1B), vs. Howard Payne, 2nd inn. (April 7, 2004) Had at least 1 base hit in every inning of a game________ 15 hits, vs. Northern Illinois (February 26, 2012) Had 7 or more consecutive batters reach base safely________________ 9, vs. Baylor, 4th inn. (May 16, 2013) Had 8 or more consecutive batters reach base safely________________ 9, vs. Baylor, 4th inn. (May 16, 2013) Had 9 or more consecutive batters reach base safely________________ 9, vs. Baylor, 4th inn. (May 16, 2013) Had 5 or more extra-base hits in an inning______________________7, at Kansas, 2nd inn. (April 25, 2010) Had 6 or more extra-base hits in an inning______________________7, at Kansas, 2nd inn. (April 25, 2010) Had 7 or more extra-base hits in an inning______________________7, at Kansas, 2nd inn. (April 25, 2010) Had 7 or more extra-base hits in a game______________________ 7, vs. #27 Oklahoma (March 23, 2012) Had 8 or more extra-base hits in a game____________________8, vs. Florida Gulf Coast (March 21, 2012) Had 9 or more extra-base hits in a game______________________ 9, vs. Alabama A&M (March 13, 2012) Had 10 or more extra-base hits in a game____________________________ 13, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) Had 13 or more extra-base hits in a game____________________________ 13, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) Had not allowed an extra-base hit in a game______________________________vs. Baylor (May 25, 2013) Had not allowed an extra-base hit in a Big 12 game_____________ vs. #19 Oklahoma State (May 3, 2013) Had all 9 starters score a run in a game___________________ 12 runs, vs. #17 New Mexico (April 30, 2013) Had all 9 starters with a base hit in a game_________________________ 21 hits, vs. Baylor (May 16, 2013) Had 3 players score 3 runs each in a game_______Bell (3), Conley (3), Poteete (3) vs. Baylor (May 16, 2013) Had 5 or more players score multiple runs in a game_____________________ 6, vs. Baylor (May 16, 2013) Had 6 or more players score multiple runs in a game_____________________ 6, vs. Baylor (May 16, 2013) Had 7 or more players scored multiple runs in a game___________ 7, vs. Alabama A&M (March 14, 2012) Had 7 or more players finish with a multi-hit game_________________________ 7, vs. Baylor (May 16, 2013) Had 8 or more players finish with a multi-hit game_________________________ 8, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) Had 5 or more doubles in a game_______________________________ 5, vs. New Mexico (April 17, 2012) Had 6 or more doubles in a game__________________________7, vs. Florida Gulf Coast (March 21, 2012) Had 7 or more doubles in a game__________________________7, vs. Florida Gulf Coast (March 21, 2012) Had 10 or more doubles in a game__________________________________ 12, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) Allowed 5 or more doubles in a game__________________5, at Florida International (February 25, 2013) Allowed 6 or more doubles in a game_______________________________6, vs. BYU (February 24, 2011) Allowed 7 or more doubles in a game_________________________________ 7, vs. Baylor (May 17, 2008) Had 3 or more triples in a game__________________________3, vs. Northern Illinois (February 13, 2005) Had 4 or more triples in a game_______________________ 4, vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (May 1, 2001) Allowed 2 or more triples in a game___________________________________ 2, vs. Baylor (May 18, 2013) Allowed 3 or more triples in a game_________________________ 4, at #10 Arizona State (March 6, 2012) Allowed 4 or more triples in a game_________________________ 4, at #10 Arizona State (March 6, 2012) Allowed 3 or more home runs in a game___________________________4, at Kansas State (April 6, 2013) Allowed 4 or more home runs in a game___________________________4, at Kansas State (April 6, 2013) Allowed 5 or more home runs in a game___________________________ 7, vs. Gonzaga (March 10, 2010) Allowed 6 or more home runs in a game___________________________ 7, vs. Gonzaga (March 10, 2010) Allowed 7 or more home runs in a game___________________________ 7, vs. Gonzaga (March 10, 2010) Did not draw a walk in a game______________________________ vs. #19 Oklahoma State (May 5, 2013) Combined with opponent to allow 0 walks in a game_______________at Oklahoma State (April 22, 2012) Walked 10 or more times in a game_______________________ 10, vs. Lubbock Christian (April 14, 2013) Walked 14 or more times in a game_______________________________ 14, vs. Houston (March 7, 2010) Walked 15 or more times in a game______________________ 15, vs. Western Illinois (February 20, 2005) Allowed 0 walks in a game____________________________________________ at Texas (March 15, 2013) Allowed 0 walks in back-to-back games___________________________ vs. Texas State (March 7-8, 2003) Allowed 1 walk in a 3-game series__________________________________ vs. Iowa State (April 7-8, 2001) Allowed 10 or more walks in a game__________________________________ 12, vs. Baylor (May 18, 2011) Allowed 14 or more walks in a game_____________________________14, at Kansas State (April 17, 2005) Did not strikeout in a game_____________________________________vs. Alabama A&M (April 21, 2010) Struck out 10 or more times in a game________________________________ 10, vs. Baylor (May 25, 2013) Struck out 15 or more times in a game___________________________ 18, at #7 Oklahoma (April 3, 2011) Struck out 18 or more times in a game___________________________ 18, at #7 Oklahoma (April 3, 2011) Did not strikeout an opposing batter in a game_________________________at Missouri (March 30, 2001) Struck out 10 or more opposing batters in a game______________________ 10, vs. Baylor (May 16, 2013) Struck out 15 or more opposing batters in a game__________17, vs. Northern Illinois (February 15, 2013) Struck out 20 or more opposing batters in a game_____________ 20, at #22 Texas A&M (March 14, 2008) Struck out 8 or more opposing batters in 5 consecutive games________________5, February 17-24, 2012 Pitching staff held opponent scoreless for 10 consecutive inn. in a game___ 10, vs. UConn (February 24, 2013) Pitching staff held opponents 12 or more consecutive scoreless innings____________12, March 8-9, 2013 Pitching staff held opponents 15 or more consecutive scoreless innings____________18, March 2-3, 2013 Pitching staff held opponents 19 or more consecutive scoreless innings________________ 19, March 2-5, 2013 Had 5 or more hit batters in a game__________________________ 6, vs. Alabama A&M (March 14, 2012) Had 6 or more hit batters in a game__________________________ 6, vs. Alabama A&M (March 14, 2012) Allowed 5 or more hit batters in a game_______________________________5, at Baylor (March 18, 2012) Allowed 6 or more hit batters in a game_______________________________ 6, at Missouri (April 1, 2005) Had 5 or more stolen bases in a game___________________________ 5, vs. Utah Valley (March 13, 2013) Had 6 or more stolen bases in a game________________________ 7, vs. Alabama A&M (March 13, 2012) Had 7 or more stolen bases in a game________________________ 7, vs. Alabama A&M (March 13, 2012) Had 8 or more stolen bases in a game_________________ 8, vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (April 2, 2008) Had 9 or more stolen bases in a game________________________ 10, vs. #13 Oklahoma (April 24, 2004) Had 10 or more stolen bases in a game_______________________ 10, vs. #13 Oklahoma (April 24, 2004) Left 13 or more runners on base______________________________ 14, at #11 Oklahoma (April 28, 2013) Left 14 or more runners on base______________________________ 14, at #11 Oklahoma (April 28, 2013) Left 15 or more runners on base________________________________ 16, at #14 Baylor (March 20, 2011) Left 16 or more runners on base________________________________ 16, at #14 Baylor (March 20, 2011) Hit into 3 or more double plays_________________________ 4, vs. #31 Missouri State (February 19, 2012) Hit into 4 or more double plays_______________________________ 4, at Oklahoma State (April 22, 2012) Turned 3 or more double plays_____________________________3, vs. New Mexico State (April 23, 2013) Turned 4 or more double plays_______________________________________ 4, vs. TCU (March 29, 2013) Committed 4 or more errors in a game__________________4, at Florida International (February 25, 2013) Committed 5 or more errors in a game______________________________ 5, vs. Houston (March 7, 2010) Committed 6 or more errors in a game___________________________ 6, vs. Kansas State (April 15, 2006) Threw back-to-back complete games_____ vs. #24 Baylor (March 31, 2006) & vs. #24 Baylor (April 1, 2006) Combined on a no-hitter_______ 4 pitchers (Beck, Kirk, Boesinger, Shipley) vs. College of the Southwest (March 20, 1990) Combined on a one-hitter_______2 pitchers (von Schamann, Masek) vs. #31 Missouri State (February 17, 2012)

Combined on a two-hitter__ 4 pitchers (Withrow, Wheeler, Drozd, McCrummen) vs. Northern Illinois (February 17, 2013)

Combined on a three-hitter_______4 pitchers (Taylor, Custred, McCrummen, Bauder) vs. Utah Valley (March 13, 2013)

18


2014 Texas Tech Baseball THE LAST TIME A TEXAS TECH PLAYER... HITTING:

Hit back-to-back home runs____________ Jeremy Mayo & Nick Hanslik, vs. UNLV 8th inn. (April 22, 2009) Hit a home run to lead off a game________________________ Doug Thennis at UTSA (February 25, 2008) Hit a home run for first career base hit___________ Duke von Schamann (solo) vs. Iowa (March 11, 2011) Hit an inside-the-park home run_______ Devon Conley (3-run) vs. Northern Colorado (February 16, 2013) Hit a pinch-hit home run______________________ Bonham Hough (2-run) vs. Gonzaga (March 10, 2010) Hit a grand slam_______________________________________ Tim Proudfoot vs. Kansas (April 21, 2013) Hit a grand slam on the road_____________________________ Garrett Totten at Baylor (March 22, 2009) Hit a grand slam (freshman)_______________________ Tim Proudfoot vs. Alabama A&M (March 14, 2012) Hit a grand slam for first career home run___________ Tim Proudfoot vs. Alabama A&M (March 14, 2012) Hit a home run in the 9th inning to tie game_______________ Stephen Hagen vs. Kansas (April 29, 2011) Hit a game-winning home run__________________ Jarrard Poteete at Texas (7th, Solo) (March 15, 2013) Hit a walk-off home run________________ Doug Thennis vs. Missouri (9th, Grand Slam) (March 30, 2008) Hit an extra-inning home run______________ Stephen Hagen at #9 Texas A&M (12th, Solo) (May 6, 2012) Hit an extra-inning, walk-off home run____________ Willie Durazo (10th, Solo) vs. TCU (February 7, 2002) Hit 2 game-winning HR in a week____ Stephen Hagen at New Mexico State (May 1, 2012)) at #9 Texas A&M (May 6, 2012) Hit 2 grand slams in a season___________________________________________ Roger Kieschnick (2008) Hit 3 grand slams in a season______________________________________________Cameron Blair (2005) Hit 2 home runs in an inning_____ Cameron Blair (2-run/solo - 9th inn.) at Oklahoma State (May 16, 2004) Hit 2 or more home runs in a game________________ Stephen Hagen at New Mexico State (May 1, 2012) Hit 3 or more home runs in a game________________ Michael Mask vs. Harvard (Game 1) (March 6, 2004) Hit 4 or more home runs in a game_________ Johnny Vidales & Todd Howey vs. Sul Ross (March 20, 1984) Homered in consecutive innings________Stephen Hagen at New Mexico State, 5th and 6th (May 1, 2012) Homered in consecutive at-bats________Stephen Hagen at New Mexico State, 5th and 6th (May 1, 2012) Homered in consecutive games_________________________ Eric Gutierrez vs. Baylor (May 17-18, 2013) Homered in 3 consecutive games________________________ Eric Gutierrez vs. Baylor (May 16-18, 2013) Homered in 4 consecutive games____ Eric Gutierrez vs. Baylor (May 16-18), vs. #15 Kansas State (May 23, 2013) Hit for the cycle________________Chris Richburg vs. New Mexico State (@ Roswell, N.M.) (April 23, 2008) Hit for the natural cycle_____________________________________________________ Never Happened Hit for the cycle in a Big 12 game_____________________________________________ Never Happened Hit for the cycle in a non-Big 12 game___ Chris Richburg vs. New Mexico State (@ Roswell, N.M.) (April 23, 2008) Had a 10-game hit streak_________________________Bryant Burleson 14 games (April 27-May 25, 2013) Had a 15-game hit streak_____________________Barrett Barnes 15 games (March 11, 2011-April 3, 2011) Had a 17-game hit streak__________________________ Scott LeJeune 17 games (April 17-May 23, 2010) Had a 20-game hit streak____________________________ Cameron Blair 20 games (April 3-May 9, 2004) Had a 25-game hit streak___________________________ Gera Alvarez 30 games (March 3-April 27, 2002) Had a 30-game hit streak___________________________ Gera Alvarez 30 games (March 3-April 27, 2002) Reached base safely in at least 25 consecutive games____________ Jake Barrios 25 games (March 16-April 30, 2013) Reached base safely in at least 30 consecutive games______Jamodrick McGruder 39 games (May 23, 2010-April 15, 2011) Reached base safely in at least 35 consecutive games______Jamodrick McGruder 39 games (May 23, 2010-April 15, 2011) Reached base safely in at least 40 consecutive games_______ Cameron Blair 53 games (May 22, 2004-May 16, 2005) Reached base safely in at least 50 consecutive games_______ Cameron Blair 53 games (May 22, 2004-May 16, 2005) Reached base safely in at least 53 consecutive games_______ Cameron Blair 53 games (May 22, 2004-May 16, 2005) Reached base in 7 or more consecutive plate appearances_____________ Brett Bell, 9 (April 21-23, 2013) Reached base in 8 or more consecutive plate appearances_____________ Brett Bell, 9 (April 21-23, 2013) Reached base in 9 or more consecutive plate appearances_____________ Brett Bell, 9 (April 21-23, 2013) Had a walk-off base hit___________________ Barrett Barnes (1B to SS in the 12th) vs. Houston (April 15, 2012) Had a walk-off base hit in extra-innings_____ Barrett Barnes (1B to SS in the 12th) vs. Houston (April 15, 2012) Had a walk-off base-on-balls_______Scott LeJeune (BB w/bases loaded in 9th) vs. #20 Arizona State (March 19, 2013) Had 7 or more at-bats in a game____ Reid Redman/Scott LeJeune/Bo Altobelli, 7, at #9 Texas A&M (May 6, 2012) Had 4 or more hits in a game____________________________ Devon Conley, 4, vs. Baylor (May 16, 2013) Had 5 or more hits in a game_______________________ Stephen Hagen 5, at #14 Baylor (March 19, 2011) Had 6 or more hits in a game_____________________________ Keith Ginter 6, vs. Kansas (April 10, 1998) Scored 4 or more runs in a game_________ Jamodrick McGruder 4, vs. Florida Gulf Coast (March 21, 2012) Scored 5 or more runs in a game________________________Bonham Hough 5, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) Scored 6 or more runs in a game_________________ Jon Slack 6, vs. Sam Houston State (March 13, 2002) Hit 2 or more doubles in a game______________ Bryant Burleson 2, vs. New Mexico State (April 23, 2013) Hit 3 or more doubles in a game__________________________ Jeremy Mayo 3, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) Hit 2 or more triples in a game____________ Jamodrick McGruder 2, vs. #27 Oklahoma (March 23, 2012) Hit 3 or more triples in a game_____________Jason Rainey 3, vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (May 1, 2001) Hit a triple in consecutive games___ Jamodrick McGruder vs. #18 St. Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s/Northern Illinois (February 26, 2012) Had 3 or more extra-base hits in a game_________David Paiz 3, at Kansas State (2 2B, 3B) (April 22, 2011) Had 4 or more extra-base hits in a game___Roger Kieschnick 4, vs. Army (2 2B, 1 3B, 1 HR) (February 24, 2008) Had 5 or more extra-base hits in a game____ Roger Kieschnick 5, at New Mexico (2 HR, 2 2B, 1 3B) (February 27, 2007) Had 4 or more RBI in a game____________________________ Tim Proudfoot 5, vs. Baylor (May 25, 2013) Had 5 or more RBI in a game____________________________ Tim Proudfoot 5, vs. Baylor (May 25, 2013) Had 6 or more RBI in a game___________________________ Tim Proudfoot 6, vs. Kansas (April 21, 2013) Had 7 or more RBI in a game_______________________ Chris Richburg 7, vs. Dallas Baptist (May 1, 2007) Had 8 or more RBI in a game____________________________ John Grimes 9, vs. Baylor (March 23, 1984) Had 9 or more RBI in a game____________________________ John Grimes 9, vs. Baylor (March 23, 1984) Had an RBI in 7 or more consecutive games_______________________ Nick Popescu, 7 (May 10-21, 2011) Had an RBI in 8 or more consecutive games_______________________Chris Richburg, 8 (May 6-20, 2009) Had 4 or more walks in a game_____________Kevin Whitehead 4, vs. #22 Oklahoma State (May 20, 2011) Had 5 or more walks in a game__________________________ Ryan Ruiz 5, vs. Howard (February 6, 1999) Had 3 or more intentional walks in a game______ Barrett Barnes 3, vs. #22 Oklahoma State (May 21, 2011) Had 3 or more hit by pitch in a game________ Cody Fuller 3, vs. College of the Southwest (April 27, 2005) Stole home_____________________________________________ Bo Altobelli at Kansas (March 31, 2012) Stole home in back-to-back games_____ Barrett Barnes at #26 TCU/vs. Alabama A&M (March 12-13, 2012) Had 3 or more stolen bases in a game____Jamodrick McGruder 3, vs. Tennessee Tech (February 18, 2012) Had 4 or more stolen bases in a game_____________Willie Rueda 4, vs. Central Arkansas (March 4, 2008) Had 4 or more strikeouts in a game____________________ Brett Bell 4, at #11 Oklahoma (April 26, 2013) Had 10 or more assists in a game_________ Bryant Burleson (2B) 10, at #10 Arizona State (March 6, 2012) Had 11 or more assists in a game____________ Gera Alvarez (SS) 11, vs. UT-Pan American (May 12, 2002) Hit into a triple play________________Chris Richburg, at Cal State Fullerton (1st inn.) (February 28, 2009)

PITCHING:

Had 5 or more consecutive scoreless outings____________________ Andre Wheeler, 5 (March 3-10, 2013) Had 6 or more consecutive scoreless outings________Jerad McCrummen, 6 (May 22, 2011-March 3, 2012) Had 7 or more consecutive scoreless outings_____________________ Aaron Corwin, 7 (April 10-30, 2011) Had 8 or more consecutive scoreless outings_______________ Colt Hynes, 9 (February 3-March 21, 2006) Had 9 or more consecutive scoreless outings_______________ Colt Hynes, 9 (February 3-March 21, 2006) Had 10 or more consecutive scoreless outings_____________ Adrian Soto, 10 (February 24-May 12, 2002) Had a scoreless streak of at least 10 innings______________________ Jonny Drozd, 17.2 (May 5-25, 2013) Had a scoreless streak of at least 15 innings______________________ Jonny Drozd, 17.2 (May 5-25, 2013) Had a scoreless streak of at least 20 innings_____________Trey Masek, 32.1 (February 16-March 16, 2013) Had a scoreless streak of at least 25 innings_____________Trey Masek, 32.1 (February 16-March 16, 2013) Had a scoreless streak of at least 30 innings_____________Trey Masek, 32.1 (February 16-March 16, 2013) Threw a 7-inning no-hitter________________ Ramey Brandon vs. Eastern New Mexico - 2-0 (April 2, 1962) Threw a 9-inning no-hitter_____________________________ Ruben Garcia at Baylor - 1-0 (April 23, 1971) Carried a no-hitter through 5.0 or more innings______David Paiz, 5.0 IP, vs. Northern Illinois (February 27, 2012) Carried a no-hitter through 5.1 or more innings_________________A.J. Ramos, 5.1 IP, vs. Kansas (April 20, 2007) Carried a no-hitter through 6.0 or more innings_______ Nathan Fouts, 6.1 IP, vs. Texas State (February 17, 2002) Retired 17 or more consecutive hitters____ 19, Trey Masek, 8.0 IP (2nd-to-8th), vs. UT Arlington (March 9, 2013) Retired 17 or more consecutive hitters in relief______ 17, Brennan Stewart, 6.1 IP, vs. UTSA (April 5, 2011) Pitched 10 or more consecutive innings without allowing a walk____________ Jonny Drozd, 12.2 IP (April 9-26, 2013) Pitched 15 or more consecutive innings without allowing a walk___ Trey Masek, 19.1 IP (February 24-March 16, 2013) Jonny Drozd, 16.2 IP (February 26-March 12, 2013) Pitched 20 or more consecutive innings without allowing a walk______Duke von Schamann, 26.1 IP (March 30-April 28, 2012) Pitched 25 or more consecutive innings without allowing a walk______Duke von Schamann, 26.1 IP (March 30-April 28, 2012) Pitched 50 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run____ Trey Masek, 132.2 IP, (May 26, 2011-May 23, 2013) Jerad McCrummen, 77.0 IP, (March 11, 2011-May 24, 2013) Pitched 60 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run____ Trey Masek, 132.2 IP, (May 26, 2011-May 23, 2013) Jerad McCrummen, 77.0 IP, (March 11, 2011-May 24, 2013) Pitched 70 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run____ Trey Masek, 132.2 IP, (May 26, 2011-May 23, 2013) Jerad McCrummen, 77.0 IP, (March 11, 2011-May 24, 2013) Pitched 80 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run______ Trey Masek, 132.2 IP, (May 26, 2011-May 23, 2013) Pitched 90 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run______ Trey Masek, 132.2 IP, (May 26, 2011-May 23, 2013) Pitched 100 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run_____ Trey Masek, 132.2 IP, (May 26, 2011-May 23, 2013) Pitched 110 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run_____ Trey Masek, 132.2 IP, (May 26, 2011-May 23, 2013) Pitched 120 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run_____ Trey Masek, 132.2 IP, (May 26, 2011-May 23, 2013) Struck out the side in the first inning___________________ Corey Taylor vs. Utah Valley (March 13, 2013) Struck out the side in the ninth inning____________________ Dominic Moreno vs. Baylor (May 17, 2013) Struck out 4 or more consecutive hitters_________________ 4, Corey Taylor, vs. Utah Valley (March 13, 2013) Struck out 5 or more consecutive hitters______ 5, Daniel Coulombe, vs. Northern Illinois (February 25, 2012) Struck out at least 2 hitters in 5 or more innings in one game_____5, Corey Taylor, vs. Utah Valley (March 13, 2013) Struck out at least 2 hitters in 6 or more innings in one game_______6, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) Had at least one strikeout in 7 consecutive innings in one game_____8, Trey Masek, vs. La Salle (March 2, 2013) Had at least one strikeout in 8 consecutive innings in one game_____8, Trey Masek, vs. La Salle (March 2, 2013) Struck out at least 10 batters in 3 outings during season____________________________ Miles Morgan, 2006 Struck out 10 or more batters in a game______________ 12, Corey Taylor, vs. Utah Valley (March 13, 2013) Struck out 11 or more batters in a game______________ 12, Corey Taylor, vs. Utah Valley (March 13, 2013) Struck out 12 or more batters in a game______________ 12, Corey Taylor, vs. Utah Valley (March 13, 2013) Struck out 13 or more batters in a game__________________ 16, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) Struck out 14 or more batters in a game__________________ 16, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) Struck out 15 or more batters in a game__________________ 16, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) Struck out 16 or more batters in a game__________________ 16, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) Struck out 6 or more batters in a game in relief________6, Dominic Moreno, vs. Lubbock Christian (April 14, 2013) Struck out 7 or more batters in a game in relief____________ 7, Brennan Stewart, vs. UTSA (April 5, 2011) Struck out 8 or more batters in a game in relief___________9, Steve Rowe, vs. Kansas State (April 5, 2002) Struck out 9 or more batters in a game in relief___________9, Steve Rowe, vs. Kansas State (April 5, 2002) Pitched 7.0 IP or more in career debut (starter)_______ 7.0 IP, Rusty Shellhorn, vs. Tennessee Tech (February 19, 2011) Pitched 7.0 IP or more in Big 12 career debut (starter)_____________ 7.1, Corey Taylor, vs. TCU (March 29, 2013) Pitched 7.1 IP or more in Big 12 career debut (starter)_____________ 7.1, Corey Taylor, vs. TCU (March 29, 2013) Struck out 6 or more batters in a career debut (starter)____11, Dominic Moreno, vs. Northern Illinois (February 15, 2013) Struck out 7 or more batters in a career debut (starter)____11, Dominic Moreno, vs. Northern Illinois (February 15, 2013) Struck out 8 or more batters in a career debut (starter)____11, Dominic Moreno, vs. Northern Illinois (February 15, 2013) Struck out 9 or more batters in a career debut (starter)____11, Dominic Moreno, vs. Northern Illinois (February 15, 2013) Struck out 10 or more batters in a career debut (starter)___11, Dominic Moreno, vs. Northern Illinois (February 15, 2013) Struck out 11 or more batters in a career debut (starter)___11, Dominic Moreno, vs. Northern Illinois (February 15, 2013) Pitched a complete-game loss________________ Trey Masek (8.0 IP) vs. #15 Kansas State (May 23, 2013) Pitched a 7-inning, complete game_______________________ Dusty Buck vs. #17 Baylor (May 19, 2002) Pitched 9 or more innings_____________________ 9.0, Trey Masek vs. #19 Oklahoma State (May 3, 2013) Pitched 9 or more scoreless innings______________________ 9.0, Trey Masek vs. La Salle (March 2, 2013) Pitched a 9-inning, complete game_____________ 9.0, Trey Masek vs. #19 Oklahoma State (May 3, 2013) Pitched a 9-inning, complete-game shutout_________________ Trey Masek vs. La Salle, 3-0 (March 2, 2013) Pitched 8 or more innings in 4 consecutive starts__________ 4, Trey Masek (February 24-March 16, 2013) Pitched back-to-back scoreless starts______ Jonny Drozd vs. Oklahoma State (May 5, 2013), vs. Baylor (May 17, 2013) Pitched back-to-back scoreless Big 12 starts______ Jonny Drozd vs. Oklahoma State (May 5, 2013), vs. Baylor (May 17, 2013) Pitched 3 consecutive scoreless starts_____3, Trey Masek vs. BYU (February 16, 2013), vs. UConn (February 24), vs. La Salle (March 2) Pitched 4 consecutive scoreless starts_____4, Trey Masek vs. BYU (February 16, 2013), vs. UConn (February 24), vs. La Salle (March 2), vs. UT Arlington (March 9) Pitched back-to-back complete games in a DH______ A.J. Ramos/Chad Bettis at #11 Oklahoma (April 11, 2009) Started in back-to-back games_______________ Ben Flora, 2011 - vs. Northwestern (2/20), vs. BYU (2/24) Pitched 2 CG in Big 12 play_____ 2, Duke von Schamann, vs. #27 Oklahoma (March 23, 2012), at Kansas (March 30, 2012) Pitched 3 CG in Big 12 play_____ 3, Miles Morgan, vs. #16 Texas (March 18, 2006), vs. #24 Baylor (March 31, 2006), at #6 Texas (April 13, 2006) Pitched back-to-back CG______Duke von Schamann, vs. #27 Oklahoma (March 23, 2012), at Kansas (March 30, 2012) Pitched 3 consecutive CG____ Chris Phillips at New Mexico (February 2, 2002), vs. TCU (February 7, 2002), vs. Houston (February 15, 2002)

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No. 3 Indiana at Texas Tech - Game Notes (Feb. 14-16, 2014)  

No. 3 Indiana at Texas Tech - Game Notes (Feb. 14-16, 2014)