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TEXAS TECH RED RAIDER BASEBALL

Associate Director/Communications: Scott Lacefield ● C: (817) 691-3786 ● O: (806) 742-2770 ● Email: scott.lacefield@ttu.edu ● Twitter: @ScottLacefield Texas Tech Athletics Communications ● 6th St. and Boston Ave. - Room 117 ● Lubbock, Texas 79409-3021 ● www.texastech.com

2012 SCHEDULE/RESULTS FEBRUARY 17 # #31 MISSOURI STATE_______________W, 4-1 18 # TENNESSEE TECH __________________W, 9-5 19 # TENNESSEE TECH __________________W, 8-0 19 # #31 MISSOURI STATE_______________ L, 2-4 24 ^ #18 ST. JOHN’S ____________________W, 4-1 25 ^ NORTHERN ILLINOIS _______________W, 8-5 26 ^ #18 ST. JOHN’S ____________________W, 5-2 26 ^ NORTHERN ILLINOIS _____________ W, 10-4 27 ^ NORTHERN ILLINOIS _______________W, 3-2 MARCH 2 + 3 + 4 + 6 11 12 13 14 16 * 17 * 18 * 20 21 23 * 24 * 25 * 27 30 * 31 *

vs. #4 Arkansas (ESPN3)_______________L, 1-3 vs. #4 Rice (ESPN3)___________________L, 2-6 vs. Houston (ESPN3) _______________ W, 10-4 at #10 Arizona State (FXAZ) __________ W, 8-4 at #26 TCU (Mtn.) ____________________L, 1-2 at #26 TCU (Mtn.) ____________________L, 4-7 ALABAMA A&M _________________ W, 21-1 ALABAMA A&M _________________ W, 25-5 at Baylor ___________________________L, 4-9 at Baylor ___________________________L, 3-4 at Baylor ___________________________L, 1-8 FLORIDA GULF COAST ___________ W, 11-4 FLORIDA GULF COAST ___________ W, 14-8 #27 OKLAHOMA __________________W, 6-1 #27 OKLAHOMA __________________ L, 3-5 #27 OKLAHOMA __________________ L, 2-8 NEW MEXICO STATE _______________ L, 6-7 at Kansas _________________________ W, 3-1 at Kansas __________________________L, 2-5

APRIL 1 * 3 5 * 6 * 7 * 11 13 14 15 17 18 20 * 21 * 22 * 24 25 27 * 28 * 29 *

at Kansas __________________________L, 3-9 ANGELO STATE __________________ W, 13-8 #25 TEXAS________________________ L, 4-7 #25 TEXAS (Fox34)_____________W, 7-6 (14) #25 TEXAS_______________________ L, 3-14 DALLAS BAPTIST __________________W, 7-1 HOUSTON ______________________ W, 15-4 HOUSTON ________________________W, 7-1 HOUSTON ___________________W, 10-9 (12) NEW MEXICO ____________________ L, 3-10 NEW MEXICO _____________________ L, 4-6 at Oklahoma State ___________________L, 1-2 at Oklahoma State ___________________L, 2-5 at Oklahoma State ___________________L, 1-7 at New Mexico _____________________ W, 9-5 at New Mexico ___________________ L, 13-14 MISSOURI ________________________ L, 0-9 MISSOURI (Fox34) _________________W, 4-3 MISSOURI ________________________W, 7-0

MAY 1 4 * 5 * 6 * 8 17 * 18 * 19 * 23-27

at New Mexico State (FXAZ) _________ W, 12-7 at #9 Texas A&M (CS) _________________L, 2-4 at #9 Texas A&M_____________________L, 2-7 at #9 Texas A&M________________ W, 8-4 (12) at #27 Dallas Baptist ________________ W, 5-0 KANSAS STATE _________________ 6:30 p.m. KANSAS STATE _________________ 6:30 p.m. KANSAS STATE (FSN - National)___ 1:06 p.m. Big 12 Championship _________________TBA

JUNE 1-4 8-11 15-26

NCAA Regionals______________________TBA NCAA Super Regionals ________________TBA College World Series __________________TBA

BOLD * # ^ + ESPN3 FXAZ Mtn. FSN Fox34 CS

Home games played at Rip Griffin Park Big 12 Conference Game Red Raider Classic (Lubbock, Texas) Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic (Lubbock, Texas) Houston College Classic (Houston, Texas) www.ESPN3.com Fox Sports Arizona The Mountain West Sports Network Fox Sports Net Fox34 News Now Cox Sports

HOUSTON GAMES COLLEGE 53-55CLASSIC

TEXAS TECH vs. KANSAS STATE May 17-19, 2012 • Lubbock, Texas Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park First Pitch: _ Thurs: 6:30 p.m., Fri: 6:30 p.m., Sat: 1:06 p.m. Stadium________ Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park (4,368) Surface _________________________________ FieldTurf Dimensions: _______________330 (LF), 404 (CF), 330 (RF) All-Time Series ______________Texas Tech leads, 27-19-1 Last Meeting: _________ KSU defeated TTU, 4-1 (4/23/11)

TV _____________________________ Sat: FSN (National) Network Radio ____________ Texas Tech Sports Network Live Audio __________ Thurs-Sat: RaiderVision All-Access Live Video ______________Thurs: RaiderVision All-Access Live Stats (GameTracker) _________ www.TexasTech.com Gameday Central/Blog ___________ www.TexasTech.com

TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS

KANSAS STATE WILDCATS

Overall Record: _____________________________ 28-24 Conference Record: __________________________ 6-15 NCAA RPI/Boyd’s World/Warren Nolan: _______ 61/58/64 Home Record: ___________________________ 21-9 Road Record: ____________________________ 6-13 Neutral Record: ___________________________ 1-2 Last 5/Last 10: _________________________3-2/6-4 Streak: ___________________________________ Won 2 Rankings: _______ CB: NR/NCBWA: NR/ESPN: NR/BA: NR Website: _____________________ www.TexasTech.com Head Coach: _________________________ Dan Spencer Career Record: ________________114-110 (4th year) Record at Texas Tech: ___________114-110 (4th year)

Overall Record: _____________________________ 24-28 Conference Record: __________________________ 5-16 NCAA RPI/Boyd’s World/Warren Nolan: ____ 158/162/157 Home Record: __________________________ 17-12 Road Record: ____________________________ 7-15 Neutral Record: ___________________________ 0-1 Last 5/Last 10: _________________________4-1/5-5 Streak: ___________________________________ Won 1 Rankings: _______ CB: NR/NCBWA: NR/ESPN: NR/BA: NR Website: ___________________ www.KStateSports.com Head Coach: _____________________________Brad Hill Career Record: _____________ 708-312-3 (18th year) Record at School: ______________290-221 (9th year)

FIRST PITCH Texas Tech hosts Kansas State for its regular season finale as both teams are looking to lock up spots in the Big 12 Championship. The situation is simple for Texas Tech, win the series against the Wildcats and they advance to the Big 12 Tournament. Tech has won five of its last seven, including the last two games on the road against ranked opponents, before taking off the past eight days for final exams. K-State won its first conference series last weekend, winning two of three against Kansas in Manhattan.

INSIDE THE SERIES Texas Tech and Kansas State meet for the 16th consecutive season during Big 12 play with Tech holding a 2719-1 lead in the all-time series that dates back to 1993. Tech leads K-State 14-6-1 in games played in Lubbock while having won the previous series in Lubbock (won 2-of3) in 2010. Tech was swept in Manhattan a year ago (1-2, 3-4, 1-4) and has lost five of the last seven overall games against K-State. In fact, K-State has won four straight over the Red Raiders, their longest win streak ever against Tech.

TEXAS TECH PROJECTED LINEUP

8 - BARRETT BARNES .325 - 8 - 47

21 - BRENNAN MOORE

17 - JORDAN LOPEZ

.260 - 0 - 13

.272 - 0 - 8

1 - TIM PROUDFOOT

2 - JAMODRICK McGRUDER

.242 - 2 - 28

.374 - 0 - 23

6 - REID REDMAN

12 - STEPHEN HAGEN

.322 - 1 - 17

.284 - 5 - 23

3 - SCOTT LeJEUNE .308 - 1 - 42

2012 Statistics BA - HR - RBI

Thursday, May 17

5 - BO ALTOBELLI .344 - 2 - 29

PROBABLE STARTERS Friday, May 18

Saturday, May19

Pitcher W-L ERA K/BB Duke von Schamann (RHP) 6-3 1.71 56/12

Pitcher John Neely (RHP)

W-L ERA K/BB 3-6 5.08 32/13

Pitcher Trey Masek (RHP)

Kayvon Bahramzadeh (RHP) 6-3 4.57 72/20

Joe Flattery (LHP)

5-4 4.73 50/19

TBA

W-L ERA K/BB 1-4 3.45 43/18


2012 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 _______________________________ 31,637 Nickname ____________________________ Red Raiders School Colors _______________________Scarlet & Black Affiliation _________________________NCAA Division I Conference ________________________________Big 12 Chancellor _______________ Kent Hance (Texas Tech ‘65) President ________________Dr. Guy Bailey (Alabama ‘72) 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 19th 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. The Voice of Texas Tech Baseball, Robert Giovannetti, will handle the play-by-play duties while Dr. Mike Gustafson will provide color commentary. Giovannetti has a 30-minute pre-game show and interviews players and coaches following each game. 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 RaiderVision All-Access at www.texastech.com. Live audio is streamed for every game both home and on the road. RED RAIDER BASEBALL WITH DAN SPENCER WEEKLY RADIO SHOW Fans and media alike can listen to Red Raider Baseball with Dan Spencer (radio show) beginning on Thursday, February 16. The show will be hosted by Robert Giovannetti 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: Feb. 16... March 12... March 19... March 26... April 2... April 9... April 16... April 26... May 14... May 28. 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. DAN SPENCER & PLAYER INTERVIEWS Practices are open to the media and the public. Practices will normally begin at 2:15 p.m. and end around 5 p.m. Interviews will begin on the field down the left-field line 30 minutes prior to the start of practice. The normally scheduled off day is Monday. All media in attendance are required to view practice from the stands. No media will be allowed on the field once interviews are complete. To arrange a phone interview with Dan Spencer, contact Scott Lacefield. Coach Spencer is available for interviews on scheduled media availability days and following each game. The Texas Tech clubhouse is CLOSED to the media. Texas Tech players and coaches will be made available in front of the Texas Tech dugout following a brief cooling off period following the game. 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.

PLAYER TO WATCH

HISTORY First Year of Baseball ________________ 1926, then 1954 All-Time Record (Years)_____________ 1,474-1,165-8 (63) No. Years in CWS/Last App ____________________ None NCAA Regionals ________________ 9 (1995-2002, 2004) Hosted NCAA Regionals __________ 3 (1996, 1997, 1999) Last Opponent / Result __________ Georgia Tech / L, 5-3 COACHING STAFF Head Coach__________ Dan Spencer (Portland State ‘90) Career Record / years _____________________ 86-86 / 3 Record at TTU / years _____________________ 86-86 / 3 Associate Head Coach __________ Tim Tadlock (1st Year) Assistant Coach _______________ Jim Horner (2nd Year) Volunteer Assistant_____________ Andy Jarvis (5th Year) Director of Operations ______ Jimmy Webster (2nd Year) Administrative Assistant ___ Charlotte Becton (9th Year) Equipment Manager ________Shishir Bhakta (12th Year) Baseball Office Phone _______ (806) 742-2756 (ext: 267) Baseball Fax _______________________ (806) 742-4346 Baseball Clubhouse _________________ (806) 742-0340 SPORTS MEDICINE Athletic Trainer/Baseball _____ Shawn Lindsey (6th Year) Email ______________________ shawn.lindsey@ttu.edu TEAM INFORMATION 2011 Overall Record _________________________ 33-25 Big 12 Conference Record / Finish __________12-15 / 7th Home Record ______________________________ 21-12 Away Record _______________________________ 10-11 Neutral Record _______________________________ 2-2 Final Rankings______________________________ None Postseason _______________Big 12 Championships, 0-2 Letterwinners Returning / Lost ________________ 19 / 8 Position Starters Returning / Lost _______________ 6 / 3 Pitchers Returning / Lost _____________________ 11 / 5 Starting Pitchers Returning / Lost _______________ 4 / 1 Newcomers / Redshirt Returners _______________ 10 / 4 STADIUM INFORMATION Home Field __________ Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park Surface ________________________________ FieldTurf Capacity __________________________________ 4,368 Record at Facility (1st Year)_____________________ 21-9 Dimensions __________________ 330-LF, 405-CF, 330-RF Fence Height______________________________ 12 feet Press Box Telephone _________________ (806) 742-3688

BEN FLORA - Flora made his first start of the season a memorable one as he threw six-shutout innings at No. 27 Dallas Baptist in the Red Raiders 5-0 victory on May 8. Flora threw a career-high six innings and threw a seasonhigh 67 pitches while allowing only three hits with two strikeouts and one walk.

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS Associate Director/Baseball Contact _____Scott Lacefield Office Phone _______________________ (806) 742-2770 Cell Phone _________________________ (817) 691-3786 Email _______________________scott.lacefield@ttu.edu 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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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL BIG 12 CONFERENCE TEAM Baylor Texas A&M Oklahoma State Texas Oklahoma Missouri Texas Tech Kansas Kansas State

BIG 12 18-3 13-8 13-8 13-8 13-10 9-12 6-15 5-15 5-16

NATIONAL POLLS OVERALL 40-11 38-14 32-20 29-18 33-20 27-24 28-24 20-31 24-28

THIS WEEK IN THE BIG 12 TUESDAY, MAY 15 Oklahoma State at Dallas Baptist_____________________4:00 p.m. Texas State at Texas A&M ___________________________6:35 p.m. UT-San Antonio at Baylor ___________________________6:35 p.m. TCU at Oklahoma _________________________________6:30 p.m. THURSDAY, MAY 17 Missouri at Kansas* _______________________________6:00 p.m. Texas A&M at Oklahoma State* ______________________6:30 p.m. Kansas State at Texas Tech* _________________________6:30 p.m. Samford at Oklahoma _____________________________6:30 p.m. Texas at Baylor*___________________________________6:35 p.m. FRIDAY, MAY 18 Missouri at Kansas* _______________________________6:00 p.m. Baylor at Texas*___________________________________6:00 p.m. Texas A&M at Oklahoma State* ______________________6:30 p.m. Kansas State at Texas Tech* _________________________6:30 p.m. Samford at Oklahoma _____________________________6:30 p.m. SATURDAY, MAY 19 Missouri at Kansas* _______________________________1:00 p.m. Texas A&M at Oklahoma State* ______________________1:00 p.m. Kansas State at Texas Tech* (FSN) ____________________1:00 p.m. Baylor at Texas*___________________________________1:00 p.m. Samford at Oklahoma _____________________________2:00 p.m.

BIG 12 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK PLAYER Date 2/20 2/27 3/5 3/12 3/19 3/26 4/2 4/9 4/16 4/23 4/30 5/7 5/14 PITCHER Date 2/20 2/27 3/5 3/12 3/19 3/26 4/2 4/9 4/16 4/23 4/30 5/7 5/14

Player, School Daniel Opel, Missouri Logan Vick, Baylor Jonathan Walsh, Texas Jake Brown, Kansas State Robbie Rea, Oklahoma State * Logan Vick, Baylor Max Muncy, Baylor * Jake Miller, Baylor Hunter Lockwood, Oklahoma Erich Weiss, Texas Josh Ludy, Baylor Josh Ludy, Baylor Max White, Oklahoma Jared King, Kansas State Wade Hinkle, Kansas State

Cl./Pos. Jr./OF Jr./OF Jr./OF Sr./INF Jr./2B Jr./CF Jr./1B Jr./SS Fr./1B So./3B Sr./C Sr./C Jr./OF/INF So./OF Sr./INF

Player, School Thomas Taylor, Kansas Trent Blank, Baylor Jordan John, Oklahoma Ross Stripling, Texas A&M Dillon Overton, Oklahoma Andrew Heaney, Oklahoma State Michael Wacha, Texas A&M Duke von Schamann, Texas Tech Josh Turley, Baylor Michael Wacha, Texas A&M Frank Duncan, Kansas Rob Zastryzny, Missouri Andrew Heaney, Oklahoma State * Ross Stripling, Texas A&M *

Cl./Pos. Jr./RHP Sr./RHP So./LHP Sr./RHP So./LHP Jr./LHP Jr./RHP So./RHP Jr./LHP Jr./RHP So./RHP So./LHP Jr./LHP Sr./RHP

NEWCOMER Date Player, School 2/20 Brooks Marlow, Texas 2/27 Chase Stevens, Oklahoma State 3/5 Brooks Marlow, Texas 3/12 Jonathan Gray, Oklahoma 3/19 Parker French, Texas 3/26 Blake Holavach, Missouri 4/2 Hunter Lockwood, Oklahoma 4/9 Adam Toth, Baylor 4/16 Michael Howard, Baylor Damien Magnifico, Oklahoma 4/23 Nathan Orf, Baylor John Curtiss, Texas 4/30 Trey Whaley, Oklahoma State 5/7 John Miles, Missouri 5/14 Steven Okert, Oklahoma

Cl./Pos. Fr./2B Jr./RHP Fr./2B So./RHP Fr./RHP Jr./LHP Fr./1B Fr./OF Fr./OF Jr./RHP Jr./C/OF Fr./RHP Jr./OF Fr./RHP Jr./LHP

COLLEGIATE BASEBALL (May 14, 2012) 1. Oregon 2. Kentucky 3. South Carolina 4. LSU 5. Florida 6. Florida State 7. Baylor 8. Arizona 9. Rice 10. North Carolina 11. UCLA 12. Cal State Fullerton 13. Texas A&M 14. NC State 15. Stanford 16. Arizona State 17. Arkansas 18. Purdue 19. Central Florida 20. San Diego 21. Texas 22. Oklahoma State 23. Virginia 24. Oklahoma 25. Louisville 26. St. John’s 27. Utah Valley 28. Oregon State 29. TCU 30. Mississippi

NCBWA (May 14, 2012) 1. South Carolina 2. Florida 3. Florida State 4. Rice 5. Baylor 6. Texas A&M 7. North Carolina 8. Kentucky 9. LSU 10. Oregon 11. Stanford 12. UCLA 13. Central Florida 14. Purdue 15. Cal State Fullerton 16. NC State 17. Arizona 18. Arkansas 19. Virginia 20. Oregon State 21. Miami (Fla.) 22. Arizona State 23. Mississippi 24. Louisville 25. TCU 26. San Diego 27. Texas 28. Oklahoma 29. Sam Houston State 30. Utah Valley

Bold - 2012 opponents

Bold - 2012 opponents

BASEBALL AMERICA (May 14, 2012) 1. Florida State 2. South Carolina 3. Florida 4. Kentucky 5. Rice 6. Oregon 7. Baylor 8. Cal State Fullerton 9. LSU 10. Texas A&M 11. UCLA 12. North Carolina 13. NC State 14. Arizona 15. Purdue 16. Central Florida 17. Stanford 18. Arizona State 19. Virginia 20. TCU 21. San Diego 22. Louisville 23. Oregon State 24. Appalachian State 25. Mississippi

USA TODAY/ESPN COACHES (May 14, 2012) 1. Florida State (15) 2. South Carolina (10) 3. Florida (6) 4. Baylor 5. Kentucky 6. North Carolina 7. Rice 8. Texas A&M 9. LSU 10. Oregon 11. UCLA 12. Stanford 13. Purdue 14. Cal State Fullerton 15. NC State 16. Central Florida 17. Arizona 18. Arkansas 19. Virginia 20. Oregon State 21. Miami (Fla.) 22. Mississippi 23. San Diego 24. Louisville 25. TCU

Bold - 2012 opponents

Bold - 2012 opponents

* National Player of the Week selection

RECORD BREAKDOWN ALL All Opponents_____________________ 28-24 at Home ________________________ 21-9 on the Road _____________________ 6-13 at Neutral Sites ___________________ 1-2 Division I teams ___________________ 27-24 Non-Division I teams _________________ 1-0 Ranked teams ______________________ 8-11 Top-10 teams _______________________ 2-3 Top-5 teams ________________________ 0-2 Top-Ranked teams ___________________ 0-0

BIG 12 6-15 4-5 2-10 0-0 6-15 0-0 3-6 1-2 0-0 0-0

When TTU starter pitches 5 + innings _____ 21-11 When TTU starter pitches < 5 innings _____ 8-13 When TTU staff posts 10 + strikeouts _______ 3-0 When TTU staff posts 12 + strikeouts ______ 2-0 When TTU staff posts 15 + strikeouts ______ 0-0

6-7 0-8 1-0 1-0 0-0

Day Games _______________________ 12-16 Night Games _______________________ 16-8

2-9 4-6

Midweek Games ____________________ 11-4 Weekend Games___________________ 17-20

0-0 8-15

vs. RH Starter______________________ 17-16 vs. LH Starter _______________________ 11-8

4-10 2-5

1-Run Games _______________________ 4-5 2-Run Games _______________________ 1-5 5-Plus-Run Games __________________ 15-9 Extra-Inning Games __________________ 3-0

2-2 2-2 2-8 2-0

Last at-bat wins _______________________ 3 Last at-bat losses ______________________ 2

1 1

Wearing White Pinstripes ______________ 5-4 Wearing Gray Pinstripes _______________ 0-8 Wearing Gray _______________________ 3-4 Wearing Black ______________________ 10-2 Wearing Red ________________________ 9-6 Wearing Throwbacks _________________ 1-0

1-2 0-4 0-4 2-1 3-4 0-0

On Monday _________________________ On Tuesday _________________________ On Wednesday ______________________ On Thursday ________________________ On Friday___________________________ On Saturday ________________________ On Sunday _________________________

1-1 7-2 3-2 0-1 6-5 4-7 7-6

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 3-4 1-6 2-4

3-Game Series Openers _______________ 3-5 3-Game Middle Games________________ 3-5 3-Game Series Finales ________________ 2-5

2-5 2-5 1-5

In February _________________________ 8-1 In March __________________________ 8-12 In April ___________________________ 9-10 In May _____________________________ 3-2

0-0 2-6 3-7 1-2

In Texas __________________________ 25-18 in Oklahoma ________________________ 0-3 in New Mexico ______________________ 1-1 in Kansas ___________________________ 1-2 in Arizona __________________________ 1-0

5-10 0-3 0-0 1-2 0-0

Below 40 degrees ____________________ 40-49 degrees _______________________ 50-59 degrees _______________________ 60-69 degrees _______________________ 70-79 degrees _______________________ 80-89 degrees _______________________ 90-99 degrees _______________________

1-0 4-1 3-1 6-5 6-9 8-6 0-2

0-0 0-0 0-0 1-4 2-4 3-5 0-2

Televised Games _____________________ On ESPN3.com ______________________ On FSN ____________________________ On Fox34 News Now _________________ Fox Sports Arizona ___________________ The Mtn. ___________________________ Cox Sports __________________________

4-6 1-2 0-0 1-1 2-0 0-2 0-1

1-2 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL THE DAN SPENCER FILE

HEAD COACH DAN SPENCER

Year

Overall

Conf

Big 12

Big 12 Tourn

2009

25-32

12-15

7th

1-2

2010

28-29

13-14

5th

1-2

2011

33-25

12-15

7th

0-2

2012

28-24

6-15

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0-0

Total

114-110

43-59

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2-6

At Texas Tech (four seasons as head coach) ALL GAMES Overall

114-110 (.509)

Home

77-39

Away

30-55

Neutral

7-16

BIG 12 CONFERENCE GAMES Overall

43-59 (.422)

Home

27-21

Away

16-38

NON-CONFERENCE GAMES Overall

71-51 (.582)

Home

50-18

Away

14-17

Neutral

7-16

BIG 12 TOURNAMENT GAMES Overall

2-6

GAMES VS. RANKED OPPONENTS Overall

32-50

vs. No. 1

1-0

vs. 2-10

9-27

vs. 11-35

22-23

GAMES VS. UNRANKED TEAMS Overall

82-60

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

45-65

DAY GAMES Overall

65-65

NIGHT GAMES Overall

49-45

VS. LEFT-HANDED STARTER Overall

31-34

VS. RIGHT-HANDED STARTER Overall

83-76

EXTRA INNINGS Overall

6-1

1-RUN GAMES Overall

Dan Spencer is 114-110 overall and 43-59 in Big 12 play in four seasons as head coach of the Red Raiders. Named the eighth head coach in Texas Tech history during the summer of 2008, Spencer has wasted no time rebuilding the Tech program. Spencer has led Texas Tech to 86 wins since taking over as head coach in 2009, and this past season guided his program to 33 victories - the Red Raiders most wins in a season since 2005. Included in Spencer’s success as the skipper have been 24 victories against nationally-ranked opponents, a 56-30 record at Dan Law Field, three consecutive seasons with an increase in wins (25 in 2009, 28 in 2010, 33 in 2011), winning 13 conference series and mentoring 19 players since joining the Tech program as associate head coach in 2008 that have been drafted or signed free agent in the Major League Baseball Draft. In fact, five of Spencer’s 19 draft picks have been taken in the top-10 rounds. The Red Raider faithful have also taken notice of Spencer’s guidance to the program as Tech ranked 24th in the nation in 2011 averaging 2,771 fans per game. The Red Raiders average attendance marked the program’s fifth highest all-time and the highest since 2002. Spencer has led Tech to three consecutive appearances at the Big 12 Championship, something that hadn’t been done at Tech since 2004-06. Spencer’s 86 victories in three seasons at Texas Tech rank second all-time among Red Raider head coaches during their first three seasons at the helm (Larry Hays - 1987-89, 87 wins). In addition, Spencer recorded his 50th career home win in 74 tries, which made him the fastest Texas Tech head coach ever to win 50 career home games (previous mark set by Kal Segrist - 76 games). The Red Raiders never-say-die attitude under Spencer has led them to 43 come-from behind wins under Spencer in three seasons. On the other side of things, Texas Tech has been nearly impossible to defeat with a lead late in the game with a 78-1 record under Spencer when holding a lead after eight innings. The 2011 season saw many highlights for Spencer and the Red Raiders, among them were winning on the road and during the midweek. Tech went 11-3 during midweek competition and won 10 road games, the program’s most since 2001. In fact, Texas Tech swept three midweek road/neutral site series which set a new school record. Spencer has never avoided playing strong competition. The past two seasons the Red Raiders have played 45 games against ranked opponents. In 2011, Texas Tech led the league playing 20 games against ranked programs during the regular season. The previous year the Red Raiders took the field 25 times against ranked foes. Accolades came pouring in for the Red Raiders in 2011 while four players were named to five national award watch lists, including National Pitcher of the Year (RHP John Neely), Midseason Stopper of the Year (RHP John Neely), Johnny Bench Award (C Bo Altobelli), John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year (RHP/OF David Paiz) and Brooks Wallace Award (SS Kelby Tomlinson). Neely went on to earn All-America honors from the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association and from CollegeBaseballInsider.com while Tomlinson became the first Big 12 Conference player ever to be awarded the American Baseball Coaches Association Rawlings Division I Gold Glove Award (SS). Spencer, 46, rejoined the Texas Tech Baseball family on July 2, 2007 when he was named associate head coach on the staff of former head coach Larry Hays. He spent the 2008 season in that role where he coached the pitchers and catchers and headed Tech’s recruiting front. His 2008 pitching staff produced two top-10 round MLB draft picks in juniors Zach Stewart and James Leverton, both of which had never been drafted prior to that season. Stewart was taken in the third round by the Cincinnati Reds while Leverton was taken in the eighth round by the Chicago Cubs. Prior to his arrival at Texas Tech, he spent 11 seasons at Oregon State, the last three as associate head coach, where he served as pitching/catching coach and recruiting coordinator. His pitching staffs during the last two seasons of his Oregon State tenure were instrumental in helping the Beavers become the first back-to-back College World Series Champions since LSU in the late 1990s. In those two seasons, his staffs compiled 3.41 and 3.48 cumulative ERAs while leading the team to 50-16 and 49-18 respective records. His group led the Pac-10 in ERA in both 2005 and 2006 while his bullpen helped pave the way to consecutive national titles by contributing 20-plus saves in both 2006 and 2007. Under his leadership, the Beavers had three pitchers and one catcher named to All-America teams and seven players drafted in the top 10 rounds of the MLB Draft. Eddie Kunz, the ace of the 2007 staff, and catcher Mitch Canham, the squad’s leading hitter, were both first round draft selections in the 2007 MLB Draft. His collegiate coaching career began at the junior college level six years before arriving at Oregon State, as he landed his first job as an assistant coach at Tacoma Community College in Tacoma, Wash., in 1991. After just one season in Tacoma, he picked up his first head coaching position as he took over the program at Green River Community College in 1992. While at Green River, he compiled a record of 131-67 between 1992 and 1996.

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DAN SPENCER YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

2-RUN GAMES Overall

20-12

5 + RUN GAMES Overall

45-46

SHUTOUTS Overall

6-4

SCORING FIRST Scores First/Opponent Scores First

Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 Career

School Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech

Overall 25-32 28-29 33-25 28-24 114-110

Home 15-7 20-11 21-12 21-9 77-39

Road 7-19 7-12 10-11 6-13 30-55

Neutral 3-6 1-6 2-2 1-2 7-16

Big 12 Tourn 1-2 1-2 0-2 0-0 2-6

68-40/46-70

DAN SPENCER vs. ALL OPPONENTS

AFTER 6 INNINGS Leading after 6/Trailing after 6/Tied after 6 97-10/7-94/9-6 AFTER 7 INNINGS Leading after 7/Trailing after 7/Tied after 7 103-7/3-93/7-8 AFTER 8 INNINGS Leading after 8/Trailing after 8/Tied after 8 105-3/5-100/3-4 COME-FROM-BEHIND VICTORIES Overall

Conf. 12-15 13-14 12-15 6-15 43-59

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BY MONTH Overall

114-110

February

26-7

March

31-45

April

39-38

May

18-20

Alabama A&M _______________4-0 Angelo State ________________1-0 Arizona State________________1-0 Arkansas ___________________0-1 Baylor ______________________4-8 Bethune-Cookman ____________2-0 BYU ________________________1-1 Cal-State Northridge __________0-3 Dallas Baptist _______________6-2 Florida Gulf Coast ____________2-0 Gonzaga ____________________2-1 Houston ____________________4-1 Iowa________________________2-0 Jacksonville State _____________2-0 Kansas _____________________8-4 Kansas State ________________4-5

Lubbock Christian ____________1-0 Michigan ____________________4-0 Missouri ____________________6-8 Missouri State _______________1-1 Nebraska ____________________4-5 New Mexico _________________6-7 New Mexico State ____________1-2 Northern Illinois _____________5-0 Northwestern ________________2-0 Oklahoma ________________ 4-10 Oklahoma State _____________5-7 Oregon State_________________0-1 Rice ________________________0-2 San Francisco ________________0-1 Southern Utah _______________2-0 St. John’s ___________________2-0

TCU ______________________ 0-10 Tennessee Tech ______________2-0 Texas _______________________5-8 Texas A&M ________________ 5-10 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ______4-3 Texas State __________________1-2 UC-Riverside _________________0-2 UNLV _______________________4-2 Utah Valley __________________1-0 UT-Pan American _____________2-0 UTSA _______________________3-1 Washington State _____________0-2 Western Michigan ____________1-0 BOLD - 2012 Opponents

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME NOTES

BIG 12 PRESEASON POLLS

FOR STARTERS - - - DUKE von SCHAMANN (RHP - RS So./1L - 6-4/215) - Edmond, Okla./Edmond Santa Fe HS • Will be making 12th start of the season (12th APP) and 19th career start (25th APP)... missed previous start with a bicep strain. • Last Start vs. Missouri (4/28): W, 5.2 IP, 2 H, 3 R, 0 ER, 4 BB, 3 SO (99 pitches). • Won 6th game, marked most wins by a Tech starting pitcher (majority APP are starts) since 2006 (Miles Morgan, 6-7). • Allowed a walk in the 2nd inning snapping a streak of 26.1 consecutive IP without allowing a walk. • Allowed a home run in the 4th inning snapping a streak of 62 consecutive IP without allowing a home run. • Threw 99 pitches marking the 11th consecutive start throwing at least 87 pitches. • Marked 2nd time during career allowing more walks (3) than hits (2). 1st time came at Missouri (5/15/11 - 2 BB, 1 H). • During last 16 starts (dating back to 2011): 9-3, 1.64 ERA, 104.1 IP, 19 ER, 66 SO, 18 BB. • His 1.71 ERA is the lowest by a Tech pitcher through 11 starts in over 11 years. • 1.71 ERA is the lowest by a Texas Tech pitcher in a season since 2002 (Steve Rowe, school-record 1.51 ERA). • Texas Tech is 7-4 during his 11 starts this season. • Texas Tech is 4-2 during his 6 Big 12 starts this season. • Has pitched at least 7 innings in 9 of 11 starts this season. • Has not allowed a walk in 5 starts this season and during 10 career starts. • Is the 1st Tech pitcher since Colt Hynes in 2007 to go 3 straight starts (min. 5 IP) without allowing a walk. • Is the only Red Raider over the last 11 years to go 3 straight starts without allowing a walk in at least 7 IP in each start. • Allowed a run in the 7th inning at Oklahoma State (4/21)... snapped a streak of 16 consecutive scoreless IP. • Went 22.2 consecutive IP without allowing an earned run during parts of 4 starts (March 17-April 6). • Became the 3rd fastest Tech pitcher to record 10 career wins (22 APP) over the past decade. - - Only pitchers to win 10 games faster: Chris Phillips (2001 - 13 APP) & Brandon Roberson (2001 - 14 APP). • Recorded a career-high 8 strikeouts vs. Texas (4/6) • at KU - threw a 2-hitter, marking the fewest base hits allowed in a complete game by a Red Raider in over 11 years. • Threw back-to-back complete games (vs. OU/at KU) without allowing an earned run. • Three complete games in a season matches the most by a Tech pitcher since 2001 (Chris Phillips, 7). • Became the 1st Red Raider to pitch back-to-back complete games since 2005 (Tanner McElroy). • Became the 1st Red Raider in over 11 years to make 4 straight 7.0 IP starts to open a season. • Became the 1st Red Raider to make 4 consecutive 7.0 IP starts since 2003 (Steve Gooch, 5 in a row). • Threw a career-high 105 pitches (75 strikes) at TCU (3/11)... Previous high vs. Arkansas (104/74) on March 3, 2012. • College Baseball Madness Big 12 Player of the Week (4/2). • Big 12 Pitcher of the Week (4/2). • Named to College Baseball 360’s National Primetime Performers List twice this year (2/28, 3/26). • Became the first Red Raider underclassmen to start on Opening Day since 2008 (Chad Bettis, soph.). • Became the first Texas Tech freshman in over 10 years to start career with a 5-0 record during the 2011 season. • Father, Uwe, is from Germany and was a standout kicker at Oklahoma and later played with the Miami Dolphins. • 2012 Season Stats: 6-3, 1.71 ERA, 11 APP, 11 GS, 0 SV, 79.0 IP, 59 H, 23 R, 15 ER, 12 BB, 56 SO, .210 OPP BA • Career Stats: 11-3, 2.47 ERA, 24 APP, 18 GS, 3 CG, 0 SV, 120.1 IP, 100 H, 44 R, 33 ER, 21 BB, 75 SO, .228 OPP BA

BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL - COACHES 1. Texas A&M (8) _______________________ 64 2. Texas (1) ___________________________ 56 3. Oklahoma __________________________ 48 4. Baylor _____________________________ 42 5. Missouri____________________________ 30 6. Oklahoma State _____________________ 28 7. Texas Tech _________________________ 27 8. Kansas State ________________________ 20 9. Kansas ______________________________ 9 BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL - BASEBALL AMERICA 1. Texas A&M 2. Texas 3. Oklahoma 4. Baylor 5. Missouri 6. Oklahoma State 7. Texas Tech 8. Kansas State 9. Kansas BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL - PERFECT GAME 1. Texas A&M 2. Texas 3. Oklahoma 4. Baylor 5. Oklahoma State 6. Texas Tech 7. Missouri 8. Kansas State 9. Kansas

- - - JOHN NEELY (RHP - Sr./2L - 6-2/195) - Sugar Land, Texas/Clements HS/North Central Texas College • Will be making 10th start of the season (15th APP) and 13th career start (55th APP). • Last Start at No. 9 Texas A&M (5/4): L, 5.1 IP, 5 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 3 SO (90 pitches). • Retired 6 straight batters from the fourth to the sixth inning. • Marked his 4th start of the season pitching at least 5.0 IP... now has five for his career. • Marked the 2nd time during his last 3 starts to allow 2 or fewer ER (1 ER in 6.1 IP, at OSU - 4/20). • Tallied 6th straight start striking out multiple batters. • Has 104 career strikeouts - leads all active Red Raider pitchers. • Recorded his 100th career strikeout in the second inning vs. Missouri (4/27). • Had streak of 110.2 consecutive IP without allowing a HR snapped (2-run HR in 4th inning w/2 outs) vs. Missouri (4/27). • Streak of 110.2 consecutive IP without allowing a home run included 1,770 straight pitches without allowing a HR. • Previous HR allowed was on March 26, 2010 vs. No. 8 Texas in Lubbock... streak included 44 APP. • Threw a career-high 7.0 IP against No. 27 Oklahoma (3/24). • Start at Baylor marked his 1st Big 12 start since April 1, 2010 vs. Kansas State. • Made 1st 5 appearances this season in relief while 6th appearance was a 1 inn. start against Alabama A&M (3/14). • Made 30 appearances in 2011 while going 9-1 with 7 saves and a 2.97 ERA in 60.2 innings with 56 strikeouts/21 walks. • Named NCBWA All-American (3rd Team) last year and an honorable mention CollegeBaseballInsider.com All-American. • Entered the year named a preseason NCBWA All-American (2nd Team) as a relief pitcher. • Overall, received seven preseason honors, including named to 2 All-America teams. • Texas Tech recorded a 25-5 record in games he pitched in during last season. • Shortest career start (non-predetermined): 3.0 IP, at Texas A&M (March 19, 2010). • Career-high strikeouts (in a start): 6, at Baylor (March 17, 2012). • 2012 Season Stats: 3-6, 5.08 ERA, 14 APP, 9 GS, 1 SV, 51.1 IP, 58 H, 34 R, 29 ER, 13 BB, 32 SO, .290 OPP BA • Career Stats: 13-8, 4.29 ERA, 54 APP, 12 GS, 9 SV, 136.1 IP, 150 H, 74 R, 65 ER, 43 BB, 104 SO, .288 OPP BA

BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL - COLLEGE BASEBALL DAILY 1. Texas A&M 2. Texas 3. Oklahoma 4. Baylor 5. Texas Tech 6. Kansas State 7. Oklahoma State 8. Missouri 9. Kansas

- - - TREY MASEK (RHP - So./1L - 6-0/185) - Giddings, Texas/Giddings HS • Will be making his 6th start of the season (18th APP) and 17th career start (34th APP). • Last Start at No. 9 Texas A&M (5/6): ND, 5.0 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 5 BB, 3 SO (97 pitches). • Marked his 12th career start pitching at least 5 innings. • Marked his 2nd start this season allowing 2 or fewer runs. • Allowed a career-high five walks. • Left the game with the score tied 2-2 in the bottom of the 6th inning with a runner at 1st and no outs. • Allowed 1 double in the game, marking his 1st XBH allowed in 9 IP (last XBH allowed at OSU - 4/22). • Has allowed 3 extra-base hits over his last 28 innings pitched. • Pitched on back-to-back days against Missouri... earned the save in 1 scoreless inning in game 2 of the series (4/28). • Pitched on back-to-back days for the 2nd time this year (2nd career)... also pitched on back-to-back days on Feb. 26-27. • Pitched 2.0 IP in game 3 of Missouri series, also a scoreless appearance, with 2 hits allowed and 2 strikeouts in 7-0 shutout. • Has 8 scoreless relief appearances this season. • Now has 11 career starts pitching in at least 5 innings. • Threw a season-high 6.2 innings vs. Houston (4/15). • Threw a season-high 104 pitches vs. Houston (4/15)... 2nd most by a Tech pitcher this year (von Schamann - 105, at TCU). • Carried a perfect game through 4 innings vs. Texas (4/5). • Marked the 2nd straight year facing Texas and not allowing a base hit through the 1st 4 innings. • Last year became 1st Tech freshman in over 17 years to defeat Texas in Austin (2-1, April 16, 2011). • As a freshman - Big 12 All-Freshman Team (Coaches). • In 2011 made 16 APP w/11 starts while facing every Big 12 opponent as Tech’s Saturday starter. • Became the 1st Tech freshman since 2008 (Chad Bettis, 68.0 IP) to lead the team in innings pitched (67 IP). • Became the 1st Tech freshman since 1984 (Clay Hollock, 4-2 record) to win 4 conference games (Masek went 4-2). • Became the 1st Tech freshman since 2008 (Chad Bettis) to start against every Big 12 opponent. • 2012 Season Stats: 1-4, 3.45 ERA, 17 APP, 5 GS, 2 SV, 47.0 IP, 43 H, 26 R, 18 ER, 18 BB, 43 SO, .251 OPP BA • Career Stats: 6-8, 4.18 ERA, 33 APP, 16 GS, 0 CG, 2 SV, 114.0 IP, 112 H, 70 R, 53 ER, 47 BB, 76 SO, .268 OPP BA

MONDAY

14

TUESDAY

15 OFF DAY

Practice Dadn Law Field at Rip Griffin Park 9:00 a.m.

WEDNESDAY

16 Practice Dadn Law Field at Rip Griffin Park 8:30 a.m.

BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL - COLLEGE BASEBALL TODAY 1. Texas A&M 2. Texas 3. Texas Tech 4. Baylor 5. Oklahoma State 6. Oklahoma 7. Missouri 8. Kansas State 9. Kansas

THURSDAY

17

FRIDAY

18

vs. Kansas State 6:30 p.m. at Rip Griffin Park Lubbock, Texas

vs. Kansas State 6:30 p.m. at Rip Griffin Park Lubbock, Texas

SATURDAY

19

SUNDAY

20

vs. Kansas State 1:06 p.m. at Rip Griffin Park Lubbock, Texas

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012

OFF DAY


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME NOTES TECH AND K-STATE WILL PLAY SATURDAY ON FSN DURING NATIONAL BROADCAST The regular-season finale between Texas Tech and Kansas State will be televised nationally by FSN on Saturday, May 19 with a 1:06 p.m. first pitch from Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park. Greg Lucas (play-by-play) and Jack Lazorko (analyst) will call the action. This year’s appearance on FSN marks the network’s second time ever to broadcast a Red Raider baseball game in Lubbock. The first FSN broadcast of Tech baseball from Lubbock came on Sunday, March 28 against then-No. 8 Texas during the 2010 season.

ACADEMIC SUCCESS UNDER DAN SPENCER UNPARALLELED IN TECH HISTORY In four years under head coach Dan Spencer, Texas Tech has had 18 first team Academic All-Big 12 selections. The previous 12 years COMBINED the Red Raiders had only 17 first team members. Overall – under Spencer – Tech has had 31 Academic All-Big 12 selections while the previous 12 years combined Tech baseball had just 34 selections. TEXAS TECH RANKS 21ST IN THE NATION IN TOTAL HOME ATTENDANCE Texas Tech ranks 21st in the nation in total home attendance with 85,932 fans having attended a Texas Tech home game this season. The Red Raiders also rank 21st in the nation in average home attendance (2,864).

SENIOR DAY Eight Red Raiders will be honored prior to first pitch on Saturday, May 19, as this group of Texas Tech players will play their final game at Rip Griffin Park. The eight seniors who will be honored include, LHP Scott Erzinger, LHP Ben Flora, 1B Stephen Hagen, OF Nick Hanslik, RHP John Neely, 3B Reid Redman, RHP Brennan Stewart and C Kevin Whitehead.

TECH SHUTS OUT DALLAS BAPTIST - SNAPS 184-GAME STREAK WITHOUT A SHUTOUT Texas Tech shutout Dallas Baptist, 5-0, on Tuesday, May 8 in Dallas, marking the first shutout suffered by the Patriots at home in 184 games. The last time Dallas Baptist was shutout at home was against UTSA on March 3, 2006 (L, 0-7).

TAKING A LOOK BACK Texas Tech is coming off an eight-day off period where the Red Raiders finished spring semester final exams. Tech defeated No. 27 Dallas Baptist 5-0 in its most recent game on Tuesday, May 8 in Dallas. Tech has won back-to-back road games over a ranked opponent for the first time since 2009 (two straight wins over No. 10 Kansas State in Manhattan).

NOTING TEXAS TECH’S SHUTOUT ON THE ROAD OVER NO. 27 DALLAS BAPTIST Texas Tech’s shutout on the road over Dallas Baptist marked its third shutout of the season and its first on the road. The shutout was also marked the following: • First shutout on the road since May 8, 2009 (6-0, at Kansas State) • First shutout over a midweek opponent since April 21, 2010 (3-0, vs. Alabama A&M) • First shutout over a midweek opponent on the road since March 6, 2006 (9-0, at UNLV)

ON THE HORIZON The Red Raiders are looking to secure a spot in the upcoming Big 12 Championship in Oklahoma City, May 23-27, at Bricktown Ballpark.

TEXAS TECH HAS DEFEATED EIGHT NATIONALLY-RANKED OPPONENTS THIS SEASON The Red Raiders have defeated eight nationally-ranked opponents this season, marking its most since 2009 when Tech won 11 games over ranked opponents during head coach Dan Spencer’s first season. Spencer has led Tech to 32 wins over ranked opponents in his four seasons. In the previous six seasons (2003-2008) before Spencer became head coach, Tech won only 31 games verses ranked opponents.

SCENARIOS TO ADVANCE TO THE BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIPS The easiest way to understand how Texas Tech can clinch a spot in the upcoming Big 12 Championship is to win its series against the K-State Wildcats. Below are all of the different scenarios that will provide the Red Raiders a trip to Oklahoma City for the Big 12 tourney. • IF - Texas Tech sweeps K-State... Red Raiders clinch 7th seed • IF - Texas Tech wins 2 vs. K-State... Red Raiders clinch 7th seed with 1 Kansas loss • IF - Texas Tech wins 1 vs. K-State... Red Raiders clinch 8th seed with 2 Kansas losses • IF - Texas Tech wins 0 games vs. K-State... Red Raiders clinch 8th seed with 3 Kansas losses

TIM PROUDFOOT MAKES SCHOOL HISTORY AS A STARTING FRESHMAN SHORTSTOP Tim Proudfoot has become the first freshman in Texas Tech history to start in 50 or more games at shortstop. In fact, with his start on Opening Day, he became the first Tech freshman to start a game at shortstop since February 18, 2007 when Chris Hall started as a freshman against St. John’s. The last time Tech had a freshman starting shortstop was in 1988 when Matt Martin started 32 games for the Red Raiders.

TEXAS TECH TEAM NOTABLES: • Leads the Big 12 with 112 doubles and 23 triples and 322 runs scored. • Is 11-4 in midweek games this season and 22-7 dating back to the start of last season. • Hasn’t made an error in 29 consecutive innings. • Has now won 21 games at home in back-to-back seasons (hasn’t happened since 05-06). • Held Missouri scoreless in 22-of-27 innings during three-game Big 12 series. • Has played 19 games against nationally-ranked opponents this season (8-11 record). • Eight of 28 wins have come against ranked opponents. • Has been nationally ranked during 3 weeks this season (Collegiate Baseball Newspaper). • Went 14 straight games to start the year without allowing its opponent more than 6 runs. • Twice this season has hit three homers in consecutive innings - last at NMSU (5/1).

LeJEUNE JOINS CAREER 200-BASE HIT CLUB - BARNES IS NEXT IN LINE Junior Scott LeJeune joined the Texas Tech career 200-base hit club in the series finale against Texas A&M while recording his 200th career hit in his 162nd career game played, which made him the seventh fastest Red Raider in the history of the program to reach the milestone. Junior Barrett Barnes is only one base hit away with 199 career hits in 165 games played. Barnes looks to become the eighth fastest Tech player to reach 200 career hits, needing just one hit during his next nine games played. LeJeune is the first Red Raider to reach 200 career base hits since both Joey Kenworthy and Taylor Ashby tallied their 200th base hits in 2010. Below is a look at all of the Texas Tech players who have recorded 200 career base hits and in how many games it took for them to reach the career milestone. Player (Career at Texas Tech) _________________Games to Reach 200 Base Hits Matt Kastelic (1995-96) ______________________________________________ 125 Josh Bard (1997-99) _________________________________________________ 128 Mike Humphreys (1985-88) ___________________________________________ 145 Roger Kieschnick (2006-08) ___________________________________________ 151 Clint Bryant (1993-96) _______________________________________________ 155 Scott LeJeune (2009-12) _____________________________________________ 162 Joey Kenworthy (2007-2010) _________________________________________ 175 Taylor Ashby (2007-2010) ____________________________________________ 187 Randy DuRoss (1992-95) _____________________________________________ 193 Barrett Barnes (2010-12)....... 199 Hits_____________________________ 166

TEXAS TECH INDIVIDUAL NOTABLES: • Jamodrick McGruder’s 37 stolen bases leads the Big 12 and ranks third in the nation. • Jamodrick McGruder has 88 career stolen bases (T-2nd place in Big 12 history). • Jamodrick McGruder has 20 consecutive stolen base attempts without being thrown out. • Jamodrick McGruder has multiple hits in eight of his last 11 games played. • Barrett Barnes leads the team with eight game-winning RBI. • Barrett Barnes leads all active Big 12 players with 32 career HR (most recent at NMSU - 5/1). • Scott LeJeune’s 58 career doubles rank third all-time in Texas Tech history. • Duke von Schamann pitched 25.1 consecutive inn. without allowing a walk (March 30-April 14). • Duke von Schamann’s 2.47 ERA (career) is the third lowest by a Tech pitcher since 1974 (aluminum bat era). • Bo Altobelli has hit safely in 17 of his last 19 games played. • Bo Altobelli has only one strikeout in his last 31 plate appearances. • Tim Proudfoot has made only two errors during his last 17 games played. • Tim Proudfoot’s five triples are the most by a Tech freshman in a season in over 11 years. • Tim Proudfoot hit his first career home run - a grand slam - against Alabama A&M (3/14). • Tim Proudfoot’s 10 sac bunts are the most by a Red Raider freshman in over 11 years. • Ben Flora’s 77 career appearances rank tied for fourth all-time in Texas Tech history. • Daniel Coulombe has allowed just one earned run during his last seven appearances. • Stephen Hagen has hit three home runs during his past five games. • Stephen Hagen has hit safely in 15 of his last 17 games played. • Stephen Hagen has at least one RBI in his last five games played.

BARRETT BARNES CLOSING IN ON TEXAS TECH BASEBALL IMMORTALITY Texas Tech junior center fielder Barrett Barnes (2010-12) is closing in on the most elite company in Tech history with a number of career offensive stats milestones. In nine categories, Barnes is close to joining a very exclusive group, in fact that group only includes one former player - the best player in school history, Clint Bryant, who was a three-time AllAmerican during his four-year career (1993-96) and is the only Red Raider player to have his jersey number retired. Barnes is looking to join Bryant as the only Texas Tech players in the history of the 63-year program to have a .300 batting average, 150 runs, 500 at-bats, 200 hits, 50 doubles, 30 home runs, 100 RBI, 100 walks and 50 stolen bases. Below is a look at Bryant, Barnes and also two-time All-American Keith Ginter, (1997-98) who is believed to be the best-ever two-year player in Tech history, who just missed out on joining the group that only Bryant currently is in while being just 21 at-bats short of reaching 500, nine hits shy of 200 and just two doubles away from 50. Statistical Milestone Clint Bryant Barrett Barnes (needs) Keith Ginter BATTING AVG. (.300) .371 .318 .399 AT-BATS (500) 918 * 625 479 RUNS (150) 271 * 167 190 HITS (150) 341 * 199 (1) 191 DOUBLES (50) 73 ** 49 (1) 48 HOME RUNS (30) 44 * 32 34 RBI (100) 271 * 138 132 WALKS (100) 140 * 113 129 STOLEN BASES (50) 73 50 56

TEXAS TECH LEADS THE BIG 12 WITH 11 ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM SELECTIONS Texas Tech led the league with 11 Academic All-Big 12 selections, including a league-best seven first team members. Tech’s 11 All-Academic team selections mark the most in program history while also tallying the most ever first team selections. Junior LHP Rusty Shellhorn led the way as one of just three players in the league to record a perfect 4.0 GPA. Other first team members include, junior Bo Altobelli (Exercise and Sport Sciences), junior Scott LeJeune (Management), freshman Jordan Lopez (Finance), sophomore David Paiz (University Studies), senior Reid Redman (Energy Commerce) and senior Brennan Stewart (Accounting). Four Red Raiders earned second team honors, including junior Barrett Barnes (Exercise and Sport Sciences), sophomore Trey Masek (Finance), junior Jared McCrummen (University Studies) and junior Jamen Parten (General Business).

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* - Texas Tech career record ** - Tied for Texas Tech career record

2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL PRESEASON HONORS

GAME NOTES PROUDFOOT CLIMBS ASSISTS CHART - MOST EVER BY A TECH FRESHMAN Tim Proudfoot has recorded the most assists by a Texas Tech freshman in school history, entering the weekend with 164 during 51 games played (51 starts). That marks the most ever by a Red Raider freshman and he is now nine assists away from joining the all-time single-season top 10 list in Texas Tech history. Texas Tech Single-Season All-Time Assists Leaders: 1. Gera Alvarez ___________________________2001 _______________________ 242 2. Shaun Larkin __________________________2000 _______________________ 219 3. Dion Ruecker __________________________1995 _______________________ 214 4. Kelby Tomlinson _______________________2011 _______________________ 212 5. Gera Alvarez ___________________________2002 _______________________ 200 6. Joey Kenworthy ________________________2010 _______________________ 193 7. Scott Holzhauer ________________________2000 _______________________ 185 8. Cameron Blair _________________________2004 _______________________ 184 9. Joel Buchenauer _______________________2002 _______________________ 179 10. Dion Ruecker __________________________1996 _______________________ 173 Tim Proudfoot _________________________2012 _______________________ 164 JAMODRICK McGRUDER CLIMBS BIG 12 CAREER STOLEN BASE LIST Texas Tech junior Jamodrick McGruder is climbing the school and Big 12 career stolen base list. Here is a glance at where McGruder currently ranks in Big 12 history for career stolen bases. Big 12 Conference Career Stolen Base Leaders: 1. John Nelson (1998-01) __________________Kansas _______________________ 95 2 JAMODRICK McGRUDER (2010-12) ________Texas Tech ___________________ 88 Drew Stubbs (2004-06) __________________Texas ________________________ 86 4. Cody Fuller (2002-05) ___________________Texas Tech ____________________ 83 5. Matt Baty (2003-06) _____________________Kansas _______________________ 78 Adam Muenster (2007-10) _______________Kansas State __________________ 78 7. Jason Tyner (1997-98) ___________________Texas A&M ___________________ 77 8. Jimbo McAuliff (1998-01) ________________Oklahoma State _______________ 73 9. Tim Moss (2001-03) _____________________Texas ________________________ 71 10. Jamal Strong (1999-00) __________________Nebraska _____________________ 69 McGRUDER IS 18TH PLAYER IN BIG 12 HISTORY WITH 30 STOLEN BASES IN A SEASON McGruder became the 18th player in Big 12 history to record 30 stolen bases in a season. He is the fifth Red Raider to accomplish the feat in the Big 12 era (since 1997)... Overall, 21 times a player has stolen 30 or more bases with three players all having done it twice... Below is a look at where McGruder ranks for stolen bases in a season in Big 12 history and at all of the players with 30 or more stolen bases in a single-season. Player, School (Games - Year) ________________________________ Stolen Bases John Nelson, Kansas (50 games - 2000) __________________________________ 42 Tim Moss, Texas (72 games - 2002) ______________________________________ 40 Jason Tyner, Texas A&M (64 games - 1998) ________________________________ 39 Kerry Hodges, Texas Tech (64 games - 2001) ______________________________ 38 Jamodrick McGruder, Texas Tech (45 games - 2012) _______________________ 37 Reggie Willits, Oklahoma (54 games - 2003) ______________________________ 37 Marco Cunningham, Texas Tech (59 games - 1999) _________________________ 37 Toree Tyson, Missouri (54 games - 1998) _________________________________ 37 Jason Tyner, Texas A&M (61 games - 1997) ________________________________ 37 Brooks Pinckard, Baylor (48 games - 2011) ________________________________ 36 Jamal Strong, Nebraska (59 games - 2000)________________________________ 35 Ryan Ruiz, Texas Tech (59 games - 1999) _________________________________ 35 Ben Feltner, Texas A&M (65 games - 2007) ________________________________ 34 Josh Brady, Texas Tech (61 games - 2004) _________________________________ 34 Jamal Strong, Nebraska (53 games - 1999)________________________________ 34 Joe DeMarco, Kansas (56 games - 1997) __________________________________ 34 Drew Stubbs, Texas (72 games - 2005) ___________________________________ 32 Anthony Hensley, Baylor (60 games - 2000) _______________________________ 32 John Nelson, Kansas (54 games - 2001) __________________________________ 31 Matt Baty, Kansas (60 games - 2005) ____________________________________ 30 Denver Kitch, Oklahoma (59 games - 2002) _______________________________ 30 SPENCER APPROACHES MOST WINS BY A TEXAS TECH COACH DURING FIRST FOUR SEASONS Head coach Dan Spencer has won 114 games during his four seasons as head coach. He is only five wins away from winning the most games by a Red Raider head coach during their first four seasons. Currently hall of fame coach Larry Hays owns the most victories by a Red Raider coach through four seasons with 118. Out of Spencer’s 114 wins, 112 have come against NCAA Division I opponents. Out of Hays’ 118 wins during his first four seasons, 50 of them came against current NCAA Division I opponents. Head Coach, First Four Seasons as Head Coach _______________________ Wins Larry Hays, 1987-1990 _______________________________________________ 118 Dan Spencer, 2009-2012 ____________________________________________ 114 Kal Segrist, 1968-1971 ________________________________________________ 60 Berl Huffman, 1961-1964 _____________________________________________ 49 Beattie Feathers, 1954-1957 ___________________________________________ 19 TECH PLAYS FASTEST MIDWEEK ROAD GAME (2 HRS, 12 MIN) IN OVER 11 YEARS Texas Tech played its fastest midweek road game in over 11 years when they finished a 5-0 shutout at No. 27 Dallas Baptist in two hours and 12 minutes on Tuesday, May 8 in Dallas. TECH PLAYS IN LONGEST GAME (4 HRS, 34 MIN) SINCE 15-INN. MARATHON IN 2002 Texas Tech’s series finale at No. 9 Texas A&M (Sunday, May 6) lasted 12 innings, but the game lasted four hours and 34 minutes marking the longest game the Red Raiders have played in since 2002. The last time Tech played in a game that lasted longer (minutes) was in a four hour and 45 minute contest at home against Kansas State on April 5, 2002 when Tech dropped a 7-5 decision to the Wildcats.

BO ALTOBELLI (C) - Johnny Bench Award Watch List (Nation’s Top Collegiate Catcher) - Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic All-Tournament Team (C) - Red Raider Classic All-Tournament Team (C) - College Sports Madness Preseason All-Big 12 First Team BARRETT BARNES (OF) - Baseball America No. 41 MLB Draft Prospect (5/16) - College Sports Madness Big 12 Player of the Week (2/28) - Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic All-Tournament Team (OF) - Red Raider Classic All-Tournament Team (OF) - Baseball America Preseason Third Team All-America - Baseball America No. 6 MLB Draft Prospect (Big 12) - Baseball America: “Best Raw Power” (Big 12) - Perfect Game Preseason All-Big 12 - Perfect Game No. 12 MLB Draft Prospect (Big 12) - Perfect Game Projected 2nd-4th Rd MLB Draft Pick (2012) - College Baseball Daily Preseason All-Big 12 First Team - College Baseball Daily “Top 5 Hitter” (Big 12) - College Baseball Daily “Top Power Hitter” (Big 12) - College Baseball Insider Preseason HM All-America - College Baseball Insider: “Top 3 Power Threats in Big 12” - College Baseball Insider: “Hitter Least Want to Face in Big 12” - Perfect Game No. 109 MLB Draft Prospect (Top 500 HS/College) - Perfect Game Preseason Third Team All-America - Perfect Game College Power Rankings (No. 8 Outfielder) - MLB Draft Guide No. 14 Projected 1B for the 2012 MLB Draft - College Baseball Daily Projected No. 19 Player in the Country - College Sports Madness Preseason All-Big 12 First Team - College Sports Madness Preseason Fourth Team All-America - Collegiate Baseball Top 2012 MLB Draft Prospect (College) - Baseball America No. 43 MLB Draft Prospect (Top 50 Juniors) - Baseball America No. 72 MLB Draft Prospect (Top 100 College) - Baseball America No. 97 MLB Draft Prospect (Top 100 HS/College) SHANE BROYLES (RHP) - Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic All-Tournament Team (SP) MATT EURESTE (INF) - College Sports Madness Preseason Big 12 Freshman of the Year SCOTT LeJEUNE (LF) - CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team - Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic All-Tournament Team (1B) - Red Raider Classic All-Tournament Team (1B) - College Baseball Daily Preseason All-Big 12 Second Team JAMODRICK McGRUDER (2B) - Houston College Classic All-Tournament Team (OF) - Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic All-Tournament Team (OF) - Red Raider Classic All-Tournament Team (2B) - College Baseball Daily Preseason All-Big 12 First Team - College Baseball Daily “Best Speed” (Big 12) - College Sports Madness Preseason All-Big 12 Second Team - College Baseball Insider: “Best Baserunner in Big 12” - MLB Draft Guide No. 5 Projected 2B for the 2012 MLB Draft - Perfect Game Preseason All-Big 12 - Perfect Game Projected 5th-10th Rd MLB Draft Pick (2012) - Perfect Game No. 289 MLB Draft Prospect (Top 500 HS/College) TREY MASEK (RHP) - Perfect Game Projected 4th-8th Rd MLB Draft Pick (2013) JOHN NEELY (RHP) - NCBWA Preseason Second Team All-America - NCBWA Preseason Stopper of the Year Watch List - College Baseball Insider Preseason Second Team All-America - College Baseball Daily Preseason All-Big 12 First Team - College Baseball Daily Projected No. 88 Player in the Country - College Baseball Daily “Top 5 Pitcher” (Big 12) - College Sports Madness Preseason All-Big 12 Second Team DAVID PAIZ (UTL/RHP) - Perfect Game Preseason All-Big 12 - College Sports Madness Preseason All-Big 12 First Team JAMEN PARTEN (RHP) - Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic All-Tournament Team (RP) TIM PROUDFOOT (SS) - Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic All-Tournament Team (SS) - Red Raider Classic Most Outstanding Player - Red Raider Classic All-Tournament Team (SS) REID REDMAN (3B) - Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic All-Tournament Team (3B) - Red Raider Classic All-Tournament Team (3B) - College Baseball Daily “Best Glove” (Big 12) - College Sports Madness Preseason All-Big 12 Second Team - College Baseball Insider: “Best Infield Arm in Big 12” RUSTY SHELLHORN (LHP) - Red Raider Classic All-Tournament Team (SP) - College Baseball Daily Newcomer to Watch DUKE von SCHAMANN (RHP) - Big 12 Pitcher of the Week (4/2) - College Sports Madness Big 12 Player of the Week (4/2) - College Baseball 360 Primetime Performer (3/27) - College Baseball 360 Primetime Performer (2/28) - Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic All-Tournament Team (SP) - Red Raider Classic All-Tournament Team (SP) - Perfect Game No. 389 MLB Draft Prospect (Top 500 HS/College)

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME NOTES TEXAS TECH AMONG THE TOP 25 IN THE NCAA IN SEVERAL STATISTICAL CATEGORIES Texas Tech’s hitters and pitchers have helped place the Red Raiders in numerous NCAA team statistical top 25 categories. Below is where Tech entered the week in national stats: Texas Tech in the NCAA Top 30 Statistical Rankings: Triples _________________________________________________________9th (23) Triples /Game ________________________________________________ 10th (0.44) Doubles _____________________________________________________11th (112) Doubles/Game_______________________________________________ 15th (2.15) Stolen Bases ___________________________________________________24th (82) Hits _________________________________________________________27th (532) Stolen Bases/Game ___________________________________________ 28th (1.58)

McGRUDER TALLIES SIX STRAIGHT MULTI-HIT GAMES McGruder had his six-game streak with multi-hits snapped at New Mexico State while going 1-for-4 with two RBI. It was the longest streak for any Red Raider with multiple hits since 2010 when Nick Popescu rattled off seven straight multi-hit games. It is the second time this season that McGruder has tallied at least five straight games with multiple hits. 9 GAMES WITH AT LEAST 3,000 FANS IN ATTENDANCE (2ND STRAIGHT YEAR) For the second straight season, Texas Tech has had 3,000-plus fans in attendance for nine home games. The last time the Red Raiders had at least 3,000 fans at nine home games in back-to-back seasons was in 2003-04. von SCHAMANN’S CAREER ERA DROPS TO 2.47 (BEST BY TECH PITCHER SINCE 1994) Redshirt sophomore right-handed pitcher Duke von Schamann lowered his career ERA to 2.47 over 120.1 career innings pitched at Tech. That gives him the third best ERA (min. 40 IP) by a Tech pitcher in his career since 1974 (aluminum bat era). von Schamann’s 2.47 career ERA is the best by a Red Raider since 1994 (Ryan Nye, 2.75). In Texas Tech’s all-time record book (dates back to 1926), his career ERA ranks fifth.

RED RAIDERS AMONG THE TOP PLAYERS IN THE NATION STATISTICALLY Several Red Raiders have had solid seasons to rank among the top 50 players in the nation in several statistical categories. Below is where Tech players entered the week in national statistical categories (top 50 listed): Texas Tech Red Raiders in the NCAA Statistical Rankings: * Jamodrick McGruder - Stolen Bases _________________________________3rd (37) * Jamodrick McGruder - Stolen Bases/Game _________________________ 3rd (0.74) * Jamodrick McGruder - Triples _______________________________________5th (8) * Jamodrick McGruder - On-Base Percentage_________________________ 7th (.515) * Jamodrick McGruder - Triples/Game ______________________________ 8th (0.16) * Jamodrick McGruder - Walks/Game ______________________________ 14th (0.90) * Jamodrick McGruder - Walks______________________________________15th (45) Duke von Schamann - WHIP (Walks + Hits/9 Innings) ________________ 15th (0.90) Duke von Schamann - ERA _____________________________________ 19th (1.71) * Jamodrick McGruder - Runs ______________________________________33rd (52) * Jamodrick McGruder - Runs/Game _______________________________ 40th (1.04) Duke von Schamann - Walks Allowed/9 innings ____________________ 46th (1.37) Barrett Barnes - Runs ____________________________________________47th (49) Barrett Barnes - Triples____________________________________________48th (5) Tim Proudfoot - Triples ___________________________________________48th (5) * - Leads the Big 12 Conference

von SCHAMANN’S 6 WINS ARE MOST BY RED RAIDER STARTING PITCHER SINCE 2006 Coming off a five-win season as a freshman in 2011, Duke von Schamann has raised the bar with six wins this year. It marks the most wins by a Texas Tech starting pitcher (majority of outings are starts) since 2006 when freshman Miles Morgan went 6-7 during 17 appearances/17 starts). TECH’S STREAK OF 91 STRAIGHT GAMES WITHOUT BEING SHUTOUT - SNAPPED Texas Tech entered its series with Missouri holding the Big 12’s longest active streak without being shutout with 91 straight games scoring at least one run. The series opener against Missouri ended that streak when the Red Raiders were shutout, 9-0 in Lubbock... One streak that continues is the Red Raiders streak of having scored at least one run in 68 consecutive road games. Tech’s last shutout on the road was suffered at No. 11 Oklahoma (0-4) on April 11, 2010. TEXAS TECH SHUTS OUT MISSOURI IN FINAL BIG 12 GAME AGAINST THE TIGERS Texas Tech shutout Missouri 7-0 in the final Big 12 regular season meeting between the two programs as the Tigers will exit the league to enter the Southeastern Conference in 2012-13. It marked Tech’s first shutout of the season during Big 12 play and its first since shutting out Nebraska last season 3-0 in the series finale.

TEXAS TECH HAS WON SIX CONSECUTIVE EXTRA-INNING GAMES Texas Tech won its sixth straight extra-inning game with an 8-4 win at No. 9 Texas A&M on Sunday, May 6. The Red Raiders are a perfect 3-0 this season in extra-inning games (10-9 vs. Houston, 12 innings - 7-6, vs. No. 25 Texas, 14 innings) and won all three extra-inning games last season (10 inn. - vs. Kansas... 12 inn. - vs. No. 5 Texas A&M... 10 inn. - at No. 14 Baylor ). The last time the Red Raiders lost an extra-inning game was an 11-inning game on April 30, 2010 vs. Missouri (8-12).

HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF - TECH WINS SERIES & SHUTS OUT DEPARTING BIG 12 TEAM Just like a year ago, Texas Tech shutout Missouri in its final league matchup before the Tigers leave the Big 12 for the SEC. In 2011, Texas Tech shutout Nebraska (went to the Big Ten) during its final league game against the Red Raiders - also in Lubbock. Tech’s shutout over Missouri marked its first ever against the Tigers in Lubbock while Tech’s shutout last season against Nebraska was its first ever against the Cornhuskers. In addition, Tech swept its final series with Iowa State in 2001 before the Cyclones dropped their baseball program the following year. The Red Raiders are now 7-2 against programs that are in their final season playing in the Big 12 Conference.

DAN SPENCER: 1ST TECH COACH TO WIN AT LEAST 25 GAMES IN EACH OF FIRST 4 YEARS Texas Tech coach Dan Spencer became the first Red Raider coach in the history of the program to win at least 25 games during each of his first four years at the helm of the program. DAN SPENCER HAS LED TEXAS TECH TO 14 BIG 12 CONFERENCE SERIES WINS In four seasons as head coach, Dan Spencer has led Texas Tech to 14 Big 12 Conference series wins. During former Tech head coach and Hall of Famer Larry Hays’ first four years as coach, the Red Raiders won nine league series between 1987-1990.

MORE ON TEXAS TECH’S SHUTOUT OVER MISSOURI: - 2nd of the season (vs. Tennessee Tech, 8-0, Feb. 19). - 23rd since 2000. - 58th at home since 1988. - Back-to-back seasons with 2 shutouts... first time at Tech since 2006-07. - Marked its 3rd shutout over a Big 12 opponent at home since 2007. - Marked its 3rd shutout over a Big 12 opponent in a series finale since 2002. - Marked Tech’s first shutout vs. Big 12 opponent during month of April. - 2nd shutout against Missouri (1st in Lubbock) with only other shutout in Columbia on March 7, 1999 (W, 13-0).

TECH IS 2-2 AGAINST TOP-10 RANKED OPPONENTS ON THE ROAD THIS SEASON Texas Tech won a pair of games this season against top-10 ranked opponents on the road with an 8-4 win at No. 10 Arizona State (March 6) and with an 8-4, 12 inning victory in the series finale at No. 9 Texas A&M (May 6). The past five seasons the Red Raiders are 8-18 on the road at top-10 ranked opponents. Last season Tech defeated No. 4 Texas in Austin and in 2009 - the first season for Dan Spencer - the Red Raiders came away with four wins at top-10 ranked opponents home field.

McGRUDER’S 16 STOLEN BASES DURING APRIL - CAREER-HIGH IN ANY MONTH Jamodrick McGruder went 16-of-16 in stolen base attempts during the month of April to mark his most stolen bases during one month of his career. His previous high was 15-of-18 stolen bases during April of 2010, during his freshman season.

HAGEN HITS SECOND GAME WINNING HOME RUN OF THE WEEK Senior Stephen Hagen blasted his second game-winning home run of the week in the series finale against No. 9 Texas A&M in College Station. Hagen hit a solo home run to leftcenter field to lead off the 12th inning while sparking a four-run inning for the Red Raiders. Hagen also hit a game-winning homer earlier in the week on Tuesday at New Mexico State.

JOHN NEELY’S STREAK OF 110.2 CONSECUTIVE IP WITHOUT ALLOWING A HR ENDS Texas Tech All-American RHP John Neely had a streak of 110.2 consecutive innings without allowing a home run, which included 44 appearances, that was snapped in the top of the fourth inning against Missouri in game two of the series. The streak dated back to March 26, 2010 against No. 8 Texas (DH Kevin Keyes led off the top of the fourth with a solo HR to left-center field in Lubbock). During the streak, Neely threw 1,770 consecutive pitches without allowing a home run. In fact, Neely became the first Red Raider pitcher in over 16 years to not allow a home run during a season (min. 25 IP) in 2011.

HAGEN HITS FIRST EXTRA-INNING HOMER BY A RED RAIDER SINCE 2002 Hagen’s home run in the 12th inning against Texas A&M marked the first by a Red Raider in extra-innings in 10 years as the last Tech player to hit an extra-inning home run was Bryon Smith (11th inning - solo) against Kansas State on May 22, 2002 in Lubbock. TIM PROUDFOOT NAMED TO BROOKS WALLACE AWARD WATCH LIST Texas Tech freshman Tim Proudfoot has been named to the Brooks Wallace Award Watch List, an award given annually to the nation’s top shortstop by the College Baseball Hall of Fame. Proudfoot is one of only four freshmen to make the list and is the second Red Raider in the past year to make the prestigious watch list (Kelby Tomlinson). The only other freshmen in the nation to be named to the Wallace Award Watch List are, Rice’s Fort Stainback, San Diego’s Andrew Daniel and BYU’s Tanner Chauncey. HAGEN HAS CAREER GAME AT NEW MEXICO STATE WITH 2 HR AND 6 RBI Senior Stephen Hagen had a day he won’t soon forget at New Mexico State on Tuesday, May 1 while hitting a pair of three-run home runs and finishing with six RBI and three runs scored going 2-for-4. Hagen blasted three-run homers in consecutive at-bats in the fifth and sixth innings while his second homer gave Tech the eventual game-winning runs in a 12-7 road victory. Hagen’s homers were his third and fourth of the season and his 12th and 13th of his career. Hagen hit three home runs as a sophomore and six last season.

DUKE von SCHAMANN NAMED TO NATIONAL PITCHER OF THE YEAR WATCH LIST Redshirt sophomore RHP Duke von Schamann has been named to the National Pitcher of the Year Watch List, the College Baseball Hall of Fame announced. von Schamann is one of 51 pitchers in the nation to make the list while being one of just seven pitchers from the Big 12 Conference. It is the second straight season a Red Raider has landed on the list as RHP John Neely made the elite list last season.

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME NOTES TEXAS TECH ADDS NINE TO ITS 2012-13 SIGNING CLASS Texas Tech announced its spring signing class on Wednesday, April 25, with nine additions to the 2012-13 recruiting class as the Red Raiders signed five high school prospects and four junior college standouts. This makes 16 incoming players for 2012-13 academic year. - J.J. Bissell - 1B/C - 6-2, 215 - L/R - Windsor, Colo./Fossil Ridge - Matt Custred - RHP - 6-5, 210 - R/R - Arlington, Texas/Keller - Logan Ehlers - LHP - 6-2, 220 - L/L - Nebraska City, Neb./Nebraska City/Howard College - Dalton Friend - LHP - 6-3, 235 - L/L - Rolla, Mo./Rolla/Jefferson College - Heath Herrington - RHP - 6-0, 190 - R/R - Amarillo, Texas/Amarillo/Cisco JC - Charles Moorman - C - 6-0, 205, R/R - San Diego, Calif./El Capitan - Tyler Neslony - OF - 6-0, 185, L/R - Corpus Christi, Texas/Calallen - Jarrard Potette - 6-2, 195, L/R - Webbers Falls, Okla./Hilldale - Todd Ritche - OF - 5-8, 150, L/L - Georgetown, Texas/Georgetown/Howard College

TEXAS TECH/TEXAS SERIES HAS BEST ATTENDANCE MARKS SINCE 2006 The three-game series against Texas (April 5-7) ranked as the largest three-game series for the Red Raiders since 2006. A total of 11,709 fans attended the series against the Longhorns marking the most in a three-game set since April 21-23, 2006 vs. Oklahoma (11,792). The middle game of the series had 4,281 fans in attendance, marking the most since April 21, 2006 vs. Oklahoma (4,407) and just 87 tickets sold shy of a sellout (4,368). Three times this season the Red Raiders have had over 4,000 fans in attendance, marking the most 4,000-plus attendance games through 21 home games in over 11 years. TEXAS TECH/TEXAS PLAY 14 INNING MARATHON The middle game of the Texas series saw the Red Raiders winning in 14 innings. It marked Tech’s most innings played since playing a 15-inning game at home against Kansas State on April 5, 2002 (L, 5-7). The game against Texas lasted 4 hours and 16 minutes marking Tech’s longest (minutes) game played since March 14, 2008 when the Red Raiders played a 12-inning, 4 hour and 32 minute contest at No. 22 Texas A&M (L, 5-6 in 12 inn.). The school record for most innings played in a game is 17 (at Southeastern Oklahoma in 1966 - L, 1-2).

RED RAIDERS WIN 21 HOME GAMES IN BACK-TO-BACK YEARS - FIRST SINCE 2005-06 For the first time since 2005-06, Texas Tech has won 21 home games in back-to-back seasons. Tech went 21-12 at home last season and so far this year are 21-9.

BURLESON RECORDS FIRST CAREER GAME-WINNING RBI IN 14TH INNING VS. TEXAS Bryant Burleson became the second Tech freshman this season with a walk-off base hit (Tim Proudfoot - vs. Northern Illinois) this season as his came in a clutch spot in the bottom of the 14th inning with two outs and Tech trailing No. 25 Texas, 6-5. Burleson singled to right center which allowed the game-tying and game-winning run to score.

COMIN’ UP THROWING Texas Tech redshirt freshman outfielder Jordan Lopez leads the Red Raiders with five outfield assists this season. He had back-to-back games at New Mexico (April 24-25) with an outfield assists (both from RF) while both came in the exact same situation - sixth inning and at home plate to end the inning. Lopez’ five outfield assists are the most by a Red Raider since Michael Reed had six in 2010. Lopez outfield assists in back-to-back games is a first by a Tech player since Reed in 2010 (March 5-6, 2010).

TEXAS TECH VS. TOP-25 RANKED OPPONENT AT HOME Texas Tech is 3-2 against top-25 ranked opponents at home this season with a pair of wins over No. 18 St. John’s and with a victory over No. 25 Texas. Since 2001, the Red Raiders are an even 41-41 against top-25 ranked teams in Lubbock. Twice during that span Tech has won five games in a season against top-25 ranked teams while going 5-1 in 2002 and 5-4 in 2010. Last season the Red Raiders were 3-6 vs. the top 25 in Lubbock.

McGRUDER STEALS 30 BASES - FIRST RED RAIDER WITH 30 SB SINCE 2004 Junior second baseman Jamodrick McGruder notched his 30th career stolen base against Oklahoma State (4/22) while becoming the first Red Raider with at least 30 stolen bases in a season since 2004 (Josh Brady, 34).

McGRUDER TALLIES THIRD STRAIGHT SEASON WITH AT LEAST 20 STOLEN BASES In the 30th game of the season, Jamodrick McGruder stole his 20th base of the season - marking the third straight campaign where he has tallied at least 20 stolen bases. McGruder becomes the first Texas Tech player with three straight 20-stolen base seasons since Cody Fuller (2003-05) and just the third all-time at Texas Tech. Fuller had 29 (2003), 27 (2004) and 27 (2005). The only other Tech player to accomplish the feat is Jeff Boydston (1988-92) who had 27 stolen bases in 1990, 23 stolen bases in 1991 and 23 stolen bases in 1992.

TECH STRINGS TOGETHER 32 CONSECUTIVE INN. WITHOUT COMMITTING AN ERROR Texas Tech didn’t commit an error in parts of five consecutive games totaling 32 innings between April 17-22. The Red Raiders streak began in the eighth inning against New Mexico (4/17) and then didn’t commit an error in three straight games, including game two against the Lobos in Lubbock and the first two games against Oklahoma State before two errors were made in the bottom of the sixth inning against Oklahoma State on April 22. The last time Tech went three consecutive games without tallying an error was in 2010 when Tech went five straight games without committing an error.

TECH WINS 24TH CONSECUTIVE GAME OVER NON-NCAA D-I OPPONENT Texas Tech defeated Angelo State (NCAA D-II) 13-8 on Tuesday, April 3 at Rip Griffin Park. It marked the Red Raiders 24th consecutive victory over a non-NCAA D-I opponent, dating back to 1999. The last time Tech founds itself on the losing side against a non-NCAA D-I opponent came on April 19, 1999 at home against College of the Southwest (4-7).

TECH SWEEPS FIRST SERIES OVER NON-CONF OPPONENT SINCE 2006 Texas Tech’s three-game series sweep over Houston marked its first in a three-game set this season. It also marked the Red Raiders first three-game non-conference series sweep since 2006 (UNC-Asheville - in Lubbock).

DUKE von SCHAMANN NAMED BIG 12 PITCHER OF THE WEEK Following a complete-game two-hitter in a 3-1 win over Kansas in Lawrence, sophomore Duke von Schamann was named the Big 12 Pitcher of the Week on Monday, April 2. It marked the 18th time a Red Raider pitcher had earned the award while von Schamann became the 14th Red Raider pitcher to receive the honor. It is only the fourth time during the past five years that a Tech pitcher has been named the league’s top pitcher. • 11th Texas Tech RHP to earn the award. • 2nd Texas Tech RHP to earn the award since 2006 (Chad Bettis). • 3rd Texas Tech sophomore to earn award (Chad Bettis - 2009... Shane Wright - 1997). • Is the 4th Texas Tech pitcher to earn the award during the month of April.

TEXAS TECH DURING 10-GAME HOMESTAND Texas Tech completed its 10-game homestand - its longest of the season - with a 6-4 record after two losses to New Mexico. The Red Raiders defeated Angelo State, Texas, Dallas Baptist and swept a three-game series from Houston. Tech lost a pair of games to Texas and also two games to the Lobos. Tech opened the season with a nine-game homestand (Feb. 17-27) where they went 8-1. REDMAN RETURNS TO LINEUP AFTER MISSING 15 GAMES DUE TO BROKEN FOOT Senior third baseman Reid Redman missed 15 games with a fractured second metatarsal in his left foot, but returned to the Tech lineup on April 18, with a start and four innings played against New Mexico. Redman went 0-for-1 with a sacrifice fly and an RBI in his return to the field. The Red Raiders went 7-8 in Redman’s absence. Redman led the Red Raiders last season in batting and was a 37th round draft pick by the Los Angeles Dodgers.

DUKE von SCHAMANN PITCHES COMPLETE-GAME GEM OVER KANSAS Duke von Schamann threw a complete-game two-hitter to lead Texas Tech to a 3-1 victory over Kansas in game one of the series in Lawrence. von Schamann didn’t allow an earned run while throwing a first-pitch strike to 26-of-30 batters faced. He retired 12 straight batters from the first to fifth inning and another 13 batters in a row from the fifth inning until the last out of the game. It marked his second straight complete game and his third of the season. His two hits allowed marked the fewest base hits allowed in a complete game in over 11 years. He became the first Red Raider to throw back-to-back complete games since 2005 (Tanner McElroy). He has now pitched 19 consecutive innings without allowing an earned run. His three complete games this season matches the most by a Red Raider pitcher in an entire season since 2001 (Chris Phillips, 7). von Schamann is now averaging 7.1 innings per start this season.

DON’T - WALK THIS WAY In game two of the Texas Tech at Oklahoma State series, both teams’ pitching staffs combined to not allow a walk. That marked the first time Tech and its opponent didn’t yield a walk in a game since April 28, 2001 vs. Kansas in a 2-1 Tech win. BARNES RECORDS SECOND CAREER WALK-OFF BASE HIT IN HOUSTON SERIES FINALE Barrett Barnes sent Houston back to his hometown with a three-game series sweep with his second career walk-off base hit. The junior from Sugar Land, Texas, hit a two-out, infield single to the shortstop in the bottom of the 12th inning to score Nick Hanslik to give the Red Raiders a 10-9 win on Sunday, April 15. Barnes’ first walk-off base hit also came in extrainnings a year ago when he singled through the left side in the bottom of the 10th inning to give Tech the series opening win (3-2) against Kansas in Lubbock on April 29, 2011.

BARNES BECOMES 4TH RED RAIDER ALL-TIME WITH 30 CAREER HR/100 CAREER BB Texas Tech junior Barrett Barnes became just the fourth player in school history with 30 career home runs and 100 career walks after he tallied his 100th career walk in the third inning against Kansas on Friday, March 30, in Lawrence. He is also just the seventh player in school history to tally 100 walks in his career. The only three Tech players with 30 HR/100 BB are Clint Bryant (1993-96, 44 HR/140 BB), Keith Ginter (1997-98, 34 HR/129 BB) and Mike Humphreys (41 HR/116 BB).

BARNES’ STREAK OF SEVEN STRAIGHT GAMES WITH AN EXTRA-BASE HIT SNAPPED Sophomore All-American Barrett Barnes had his streak of seven straight games with an extra-base hit snapped on Sunday, April 15. Barnes tallied at least one extra-base hit from April 3-14 where he totaled five doubles and three triples. That streak tied the longest for Barnes in his career as he also had seven straight games with an extra-base hit during his freshman season in 2010 (April 25-May 15). von SCHAMANN BECOMES FASTEST TECH PITCHER TO 10 CAREER WINS SINCE 2001 RS Sophomore RHP Duke von Schamann won his 10th career game on April 14 in a 7-1 victory over Houston. The victory made von Schamann the third fastest Texas Tech pitcher to reach 10 career wins over the past 11 years while collecting his 10th career win in 22 career appearances. The only Red Raiders to reach 10 wins faster during that stretch are Chris Phillips (2001 - 13 appearances) and Brandon Roberson (2001 - 14 appearances).

BARNES BECOMES 12TH RED RAIDER EVER WITH 30 CAREER HOMERS Barrett Barnes hit his team-leading sixth home run of the season and 30th career against New Mexico State on Tuesday, March 27, at Rip Griffin Park. Barnes became just the 12th player in Texas Tech history to hit 30 career home runs.

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME NOTES OKLAHOMA WEEKEND SETS TOP ATTENDANCE MARKS Texas Tech had several impressive attendance marks during the Oklahoma series, the first coming on Saturday with 4,187 fans in attendance, marking the most fans at a Red Raider baseball home game since 2006 (April 21 vs. No. 15 Oklahoma - 4,407). The three-game series had a total attendance of 10,936, which marked the largest attendance for a threegame home series since March 26-28, 2010 when Tech hosted No. 8 Texas and 11,484 fans were in attendance.

BURLESON HAS MOST ASSISTS BY A TECH SECOND BASEMAN IN OVER 11 YEARS Freshman infielder Bryant Burleson tallied 10 assists in Texas Tech’s 8-4 win over No. 10 Arizona State on Tuesday, Mar. 6. It marked the most assists by a Red Raider second baseman in over 11 years. It matched (3 times) the most assists by a Tech infielder since May 12, 2002, when Gera Alvarez (SS) recorded 11 assists against UT-Pan American. PROUDFOOT IS FASTEST TECH PLAYER TO 4 CAREER TRIPLES OVER PAST DECADE Freshman Tim Proudfoot recorded his fourth triple in his 13th career game making him the fastest Red Raider during the last 11 years to record four triples. The previous mark was held by Jose Delgado who notched his fourth triple during his 32nd game as a Red Raider. In fact, Proudfoot’s four triples are the most by a Red Raider since Roger Kieschnick tallied five during the 2007 season. Proudfoot’s four triples are the most by a Texas Tech freshman during a season in over 11 years.

JAMODRICK McGRUDER TALLIES FIVE STRAIGHT MULTI-HIT GAMES Jamodrick McGruder completed a five-game stretch with five straight multi-hit games from March 21-27. During that period, McGruder batted .650 (13-for-20) with eight runs, two doubles, three triples, four RBI, three walks and two stolen bases. He recorded three three-hit performances during that stretch. McGruder is the first Red Raider with five straight multi-hit games since Nick Popescu tallied seven straight in 2010 (.545, 18-for-33).

TECH PITCHERS MAKING THEIR MARK EARLY IN THE SEASON Texas Tech started the season 8-2 in large part because of its pitching. The Red Raiders received 10 consecutive five-plus inning starts from its starters. That marks the first time in over 15 years that Tech has received 10 straight five-plus inning starts to open a season.

EIGHT-GAME MIDWEEK WIN STREAK SNAPPED AGAINST NEW MEXICO STATE The Red Raiders started the year with a perfect 6-0 record in midweek games and with an eight-game midweek winning streak dating back to last season. The streak was snapped on Tuesday, March 27 with a 7-6 loss at home against New Mexico State. The eight-game win streak in midweek action began with a two-game series sweep at Michigan in 2011. The midweek winning streak spanned from May 10, 2011-March 21, 2012).

TEXAS TECH MAKING SEVERAL APPEARANCES ON TELEVISION THIS SEASON Texas Tech will make four appearances on television this season (not including web streaming) with games televised on FSN and Fox34 News Now. The Red Raiders will play one game on FSN (May 19 - vs. Kansas State) and two games on Fox34 News Now (April 6 - vs. Texas; April 28 - vs. Missouri).

McGRUDER: 114 CONSECUTIVE AT-BATS WITHOUT HITTING INTO A DOUBLE PLAY Jamodrick McGruder had a streak of 114 consecutive at-bats without hitting into a double play. That streak was snapped on Saturday, March 24 against No. 27 Oklahoma. Before the streak came to a close, McGruder’s last time to hit into a groundball double play was on April 22, 2011. McGruder has gone 64 at-bats this season along with the final 31 at-bats of the 2011 season without hitting into a groundball double play.

HOUSTON COLLEGE CLASSIC - MINUTE MAID PARK Texas Tech picked up a 10-4 victory at the Houston College Classic against the Houston Cougars on Sunday, Mar. 4. The win gave Tech its first win at the HCC since 2008. Below is a look at the Red Raiders’ history at the HCC, dating back to the first year in 2001. Texas Tech at the Houston College Classic (2001-2012) 2012 ____________________#4 Arkansas (L, 1-3), #4 Rice (L, 2-6), Houston (W, 10-4) 2010 ________________________#7 TCU (L, 2-11), #9 Rice (L, 2-3), Houston (L, 8-15) 2008 ______________________ Houston (L, 4-5), Tennessee (W, 7-3), #6 Rice (L, 4-5) 2006 ______________________ #4 Rice (L, 1-5), #12 Tulane (L, 4-6), Houston (L, 1-5) 2004 ______________#1 Rice (L, 6-9), Houston (W, 12-7, 11 inn.), Ohio State (W, 9-4) 2002 ________________TCU (W, 2-1, 10 inn.), UL Lafayette (L, 3-4), #11 Rice (L, 4-17) 2001 _________________________ TCU (W, 5-4), #7 Rice (L, 6-13), Houston (L, 5-11)

RED RAIDERS RECEIVE FIRST NATIONAL RANKING SINCE 2005 Texas Tech received its first national ranking in a major college baseball poll since March 28, 2005, when Collegiate Baseball Newspaper tabbed the Red Raiders as the No. 24 ranked team in the nation on Monday, Feb. 27. Tech’s last appearance in a major top-25 poll came when USA Today/ESPN ranked Tech No. 25 on March 28, 2005. The ranking also marks Tech’s first in the Collegiate Baseball poll since March 7, 2005 (No. 27). Red Raiders in the National Polls (2012): Monday, Feb. 27 _________________________ #24 (Collegiate Baseball Newspaper) Monday, Mar. 5 _________________________ #26 (Collegiate Baseball Newspaper) Monday, Mar. 12 ________________________ #27 (Collegiate Baseball Newspaper)

McGRUDER NAMED TO HOUSTON COLLEGE CLASSIC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Junior Jamodrick McGruder was named to the Houston College Classic All-Tournament Team as he led all players at the six-team classic with four walks and three stolen bases. McGruder also tallied a .300 batting average (3-for-10) while scoring three runs.

DAN SPENCER BECOMES THIRD TEXAS TECH HEAD COACH WITH 100 CAREEER WINS Texas Tech head coach Dan Spencer won his 100th career game at Texas Tech with a 14-8 victory over Florida Gulf Coast on Wednesday, Mar. 21 at Rip Griffin Park. Spencer became just the third head coach to win 100 games as the skipper of the Red Raiders and he reached the milestone in the second fewest games. Head Coaches with 100 Career Victories at Texas Tech Larry Hays - reached 100 career wins in 183 games (1987-1990) Dan Spencer - reached 100 career wins in 194 games (2009-Present) Kal Segrist - reached 100 career wins in 212 games (1968-1974)

TECH GOES 5-0 IN BROOKS WALLACE CLASSIC - NINE MAKE ALL-TOURNEY TEAM Texas Tech finished the third-annual Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic with a perfect 5-0 record. The Red Raiders placed nine players on the All-Tournament team, including center fielder Barrett Barnes who was named the Most Outstanding Player. Joining Barnes on the All-Tournament team were Bo Altobelli (C), Scott LeJeune (1B), Tim Proudfoot (SS), Reid Redman (3B), Jamodrick McGruder (OF), Duke von Schamann (SP), Shane Broyles (SP) and Jamen Parten (RP). Barnes finished the four-day classic batting .438 (7-for-16) with seven runs, two doubles, two home runs, eight RBI, six walks, four stolen bases, .591 on-base percentage and .938 slugging percentage.

TEXAS TECH OFFENSE EXPLODES VERSES ALABAMA A&M Texas Tech had a memorable two-game stretch when it swept a midweek series from Alabama A&M by scores of 21-1 and 25-5. Texas Tech accomplished many achievements that hadn’t happened in a number of years, including: - Scoring 25 runs in a game (March 6, 2004 - 30 vs. Harvard) - Scored 46 runs in back-to-back games (March 6, 2004 - 48 runs vs. Harvard in DH). - Consecutive 20-run games (May 8-9, 2003 - vs. Wofford... 20-9, 20-10). - 40 run margin of victory in consecutive games (March 24-25, 1997) - 23 base hits at home (March 6, 2004 - 24 vs. Harvard).

LeJEUNE & BARNES REACH 100-CAREER RBI MILESTONE Texas Tech juniors Barrett Barnes and Scott LeJeune each tallied their 100th career RBI over the second weekend of the season. LeJeune reached the milestone during his 118th career game played, making him the sixth fastest Red Raider to reach 100-career RBI during the past decade. Barnes reached 100 career RBI in his 120th game, making him the eighth fastest Tech player to reach 100 RBI. Below is a list of Red Raiders with 100 career RBI (since 2000) and how quickly they reached the milestone. Player (Years at Tech)_______________________ Career Games to Reach 100 RBI Cameron Blair (2004-05) _______________________________________________ 69 Nick Blankenship (2001-02)_____________________________________________ 90 Josh Haney (2003-04) ________________________________________________ 107 Gera Alvarez (2001-02) _______________________________________________ 115 Roger Kieschnick (2006-08) ____________________________________________ 117 SCOTT LeJEUNE (2009-12) ____________________________________________118 Chris Richburg (2005, 2007-09) _________________________________________ 119 BARRETT BARNES (2010-12) __________________________________________120 Matt Smith (2005-07)_________________________________________________ 123 Taylor Ashby (2007-2010) _____________________________________________ 149 Cody Fuller (2002-05) ________________________________________________ 158 Madison Edwards (2002-05) ___________________________________________ 174 Joey Kenworthy (2007-2010) __________________________________________ 181

14 CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITHOUT ALLOWING OPPONENT MORE THAN SIX RUNS The Red Raiders started the season holding their opponents to six runs or fewer in 14 straight games. That is the longest streak for the Red Raiders to start a season since 1986 (16 games). The streak was snapped in the 15th game of the season when TCU scored seven runs in a 7-4 win over Texas Tech on Monday, Mar. 12 in Fort Worth. RED RAIDERS EARN FIRST ROAD NON-CONF WIN OVER TOP-10 TEAM SINCE 2001 Texas Tech defeated No. 10 Arizona State 8-4 on Tuesday, March 6, marking the Red Raiders first win on the road against a top-10 ranked non-conference opponent since May 27, 2001, when Tech defeated No. 1 Cal State Fullerton 11-5 at the Fullerton Regional. It also marked Tech’s first win on the road against a nationally-ranked non-conference opponent since February 15, 2005, when Tech won at No. 22 TCU (7-4). BO ALTOBELLI NAMED TO JOHNNY BENCH AWARD WATCH LIST For the second consecutive year, Texas Tech catcher Bo Altobelli has been named to the Johnny Bench Award Watch List, an award given annually to the nation’s top collegiate catcher. Altobelli is one of just 11 catchers in the nation to appear on the watch list in both 2011 and 2012. He is also just the second Tech catcher - the first since 2006-07 (Matt Smith) - to be named to the Watch List in back-to-back seasons.

BROYLES MAKES BACK-TO-BACK 7 INNING STARTS TO BEGIN TECH CAREER Shane Broyles became the first Tech pitcher in over 11 years to make back-to-back seveninning starts to begin his career. Broyles earned the win in his career debut pitching 7.1 innings with six strikeouts against Tennessee Tech (2/18) and followed up that performance by pitching 7.2 innings with three strikeouts in a win over No. 18 St. John’s (2/26).

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME NOTES BACK-TO-BACK GAMES WITHOUT ALLOWING EXTRA-BASE HIT The Red Raiders pitchers went back-to-back games (vs. Northern Illinois/vs. No. 18 St. John’s) without allowing an extra-base hit. It marked the first time in over 11 years the Red Raiders have gone back-to-back games without allowing an extra-base hit.

TEXAS TECH FRESHMEN EXCEL ON OPENING DAY Freshman SS Tim Proudfoot not only had a standout opening weekend, he continued what has seemed to be a consistent trend over the last several years from Texas Tech freshmen on Opening Day - he got a pair of RBI. The past four years - all under Dan Spencer - Texas Tech has had a freshman tally multiple RBI on Opening Day. Player (Year as a Freshman) ___________________ RBI - Opening Day Opponent Tim Proudfoot (2012) _____________________________2 - vs. No. 31 Missouri State David Paiz (2011) ___________________________________ 3 - vs. Western Michigan Barrett Barnes (2010) ________________________________ 6 - vs. Jacksonville State Kevin Whitehead (2009) ________________________________2 - vs. Southern Utah

TECH EARN 1ST WIN OVER A TOP-25 NON-CONF OPPONENT AT HOME SINCE 2006 Texas Tech’s victory over No. 18 St. John’s in the Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic opener on Feb. 24 marked more than just a win over a top-25 ranked opponent, it marked Tech’s first over a top-25 non-conference team at home since April 17, 2006 when the Red Raiders handed No. 10 Arizona State a 7-2 loss in Lubbock. BARNES COLLECTS FIRST CAREER INSIDE-THE-PARK HOME RUN Barrett Barnes is used to hitting home runs, he now has 27 for his career, but his 26th career home run came in a different fashion as he had to leg it out while hitting the ball of the top of the center field wall and then made it around the bases for a three-run, inside-the-park home run. The homer gave Tech a 4-1 advantage over No. 18 St. John’s, which they would end up holding for the win. It was the first inside-the-park home run by a Red Raider since February 27, 2010 (Nick Popescu, 3-run HR, vs. Bethune-Cookman).

EIGHT TEXAS TECH PLAYERS NAMED TO RED RAIDER CLASSIC ALL-TOURNEY TEAM Texas Tech won the Red Raider Classic with the best record (3-1) among the field of competition. Tech ended the Red Raider Classic with eight players being named to the AllTournament team. Joining SS Tim Proudfoot - who was named the Most Outstanding Player - was C Bo Altobelli, 1B Scott LeJeune, 2B Jamodrick McGruder, 3B Reid Redman, CF Barrett Barnes, SP Duke von Schamann and SP Rusty Shellhorn. TEXAS TECH ON OPENING DAY With its 4-1 win over No. 31 Missouri State, Texas Tech improved to 40-23 on Opening Day, which includes a 13-1 record since 1999. Fourth-year head coach Dan Spencer has led Tech to four consecutive wins on Opening Day, including an 8-0 shutout over Western Michigan last season. It marked Tech’s first shutout on Opening Day since a 21-0 victory over Howard on Jan. 26, 2001. Overall, the shutout was just the fifth all-time for the Red Raiders on Opening Day (1966, 1986, 1993, 2001, 2011). Texas Tech’s only loss over the past 12 years on Opening Day came against then-No. 19 Louisiana-Lafayette, 0-4, at the Roadrunner Classic in San Antonio on Feb. 23, 2008.

PAIZ TOSSES 5 NO-HIT INNINGS DURING SEASON DEBUT VS. NORTHERN ILLINOIS Texas Tech sophomore David Paiz became the first Red Raider to carry a no-hitter through five innings since April 20, 2007 (A.J. Ramos - 5.1 IP, vs. Kansas) during his season debut when he pitched five innings with one walk and four strikeouts. Paiz served the majority of his freshman season as the Red Raiders Friday-night starter. RED RAIDERS HOLD NORTHERN ILLINOIS WITHOUT A HIT FOR EIGHT INNINGS Texas Tech had four pitchers (David Paiz, Jerad McCrummen, Andre Wheeler, Trey Masek) combine on a no-hitter through eight innings against Northern Illinois on Monday, Feb. 27, while the Huskies finally broke into the hit column in the top of the ninth inning. The last time the Red Raiders held an opponent without a hit through eight innings was on Feb. 20, 2006 against Eastern New Mexico State during a 16-0 victory. Also in that game, Eastern New Mexico tallied two hits in the ninth inning.

OPENING DAY IN LUBBOCK Texas Tech has been nearly unbeatable when hosting Opening Day on their home turf with a 27-5 all-time record. The Red Raiders have won 13 straight Opening Day games at home, dating back to a 1-10 loss against TCU (2/11/97). In fact, since 1986, Texas Tech is 19-1 on Opening Day in its home ballpark. This year marked Tech’s fourth straight Opening Day at home.

NINE-GAME HOMESTAND Texas Tech opened the season with an 8-1 record during its nine-game homestand. It marked Tech’s best record during a season-opening extended homestand (7-plus games) since the Red Raiders opened the 1997 season with an 11-1 record during a 12-game homestand. It also marked the fourth consecutive season that the Red Raiders had began the season with a homestand of at least six games. Last season Tech opened the campaign with a school-record 18-game homestand (12-6 record).

HOME OPENING ATTENDANCES Texas Tech opened its new ballpark in style hosting Opening Day with a paid attendance of 2,605 - Tech’s largest Opening Day crowd since 2003. Here is a look back at the past 12 years attendance on Opening Day at the home of Red Raider baseball. Year Attendance ______ Result ____Opponent _________________ Score 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

STARTING STRONG Texas Tech started the season with three consecutive starting pitchers (von Schamann, Broyles, Shellhorn) tallying at least seven innings pitched. This marked a first for the Red Raiders through its opening three games since 1999 when Shane Wright, Brad Ralston and Brandon Roberson each went at least seven innings as starters. In Tech’s fourth game, Daniel Coulombe 5.1 innings, which marked the first time Tech had four consecutive starters pitch at least five innings to open a season since 1999. BROYLES/SHELLHORN MAKE IMPRESSIVE DEBUTS A pair of juniors - RHP Shane Broyles and LHP Rusty Shellhorn - made their Texas Tech debuts on Opening Weekend while both made impressive starts. Broyles (transferred from Seminole State) pitched 7.1 innings while allowing five runs (4 ER) on six hits with six strikeouts and didn’t allow a walk. It marked the first time since 2008 (RHP Nathan Karns, 7 SO vs. Oral Roberts) that a Red Raider had struck out at least six in a career (starting) debut. The following day Shellhorn went seven scoreless innings allowing just four hits with one walk and six strikeouts. Shellhorn became the first Red Raider in over 11 years to pitch seven scoreless innings in his Texas Tech starting debut.

DAN SPENCER IN SEASON OPENERS Texas Tech has won four consecutive Opening Day games under head coach Dan Spencer. Spencer has become just the second head coach in Texas Tech history to win four consecutive Opening Day games. Spencer joined Kal Segrist who won a school-record five consecutive Opening Day games to begin his 16-year tenure as head coach of the Red Raiders.

TECH NOTCHES FIRST ONE-HITTER IN OVER 11 YEARS ON OPENING DAY RHP Duke von Schamann and RHP Trey Masek combined for a one-hitter on Opening Day in Tech’s 4-1 win over No. 31 Missouri State. von Schamann started and went seven innings (1 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 6 SO) while Masek pitched the final two innings with three strikeouts to earn his first career save. Last season the Red Raiders had three pitchers combine (Coulombe, Brennan Stewart, Neely) on a two-hit shutout on Opening Day against Western Michigan (8-0).

COMING OUT RUNNIN’ Once again the Red Raiders came out running on Opening Day with four stolen bases against Missouri State. The past four Opening Day games the Red Raiders have 19 stolen bases.. In 2009, the Red Raiders swiped six bases (Rueda 3; Reed 2; Kenworthy) against Southern Utah, in 2010 Tech grabbed five stolen bases (Barnes 2; LeJeune, Mayo, Hagen) and last season Tech notched four stolen bases (Popescu 2, Redman, Tomlinson) and this season Tech posted four against Missouri State (Altobelli 2, Barnes, Moore).

PROUDFOOT EARNS RED RAIDER CLASSIC MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER Freshman SS Tim Proudfoot was named the Red Raider Classic’s Most Outstanding Player while batting .429 (6-for-14) with three runs, two triples and six RBI while leading all players at the classic with 17 assists from the shortstop position. Proudfoot began his career with three straight multiple RBI games, including hitting a two-run triple on Opening Day to give Tech a three-run cushion they would hold against Missouri State (4-1).

BARRETT BARNES CONTINUES OPENING DAY SUCCESS Junior Barrett Barnes continued his success on Opening Day as he went 1-for-3 with a double, run scored and stolen base. Barnes is now 6-for-10 on Opening Day with five runs, two doubles, three home runs, eight RBI and three stolen bases.

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME NOTES TEXAS TECH RETURNS 19 LETTERWINNERS The Red Raiders return 19 letterwinners from last year’s team, giving them back a high percentage of nearly every offensive and pitching category. Overall, Tech returns eight position players who started at least 32 games and 10 pitchers who threw at least 20 innings last season. Below is a look at what percentage returns for Tech (Hitting/Pitching). HITTING 92% of team’s home runs 83% of team’s extra-base hits 77% of team’s base hits 75% of team’s RBI 66% of team’s stolen bases

OPPONENTS IN THE POLLS Eleven 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/ESPN Coaches (ESPN). Team _______________________________CB _______ NCBWA___ BA ______ ESPN Arizona State ________________________No. 17 ____ No. 15 ____ No. 17 ____ NR Arkansas ____________________________No. 8 _____ No. 7 _____ No. 4 _____ No. 8 Baylor ______________________________No. 28 ____ No. 32 ____ NR_______ NR Dallas Baptist ________________________NR _______ No. 33 ____ NR_______ NR Missouri State ________________________No. 31 ____ NR _______ NR_______ NR Oklahoma ___________________________No. 16 ____ No. 14 ____ No. 19 ____ No. 15 Rice ________________________________No. 7 _____ No. 8 _____ No. 6 ____ No. 7 St. John’s ____________________________No. 11 ____ No. 27 ____ NR_______ No. 21 TCU ________________________________No. 10 ____ No. 13 ____ No. 15 ____ No. 11 Texas _______________________________No. 5 _____ No. 7 _____ No. 13 ____ No. 5 Texas A&M___________________________No. 6 _____ No. 5 _____ No. 7 _____ No. 6

PITCHING 100% of team’s saves 82% of team’s wins 81% of team’s innings pitched 81% of team’s strikeouts

TEXAS TECH SIGNS SEVEN DURING EARLY SIGNING PERIOD Texas Tech announced its early signing class in November, a class that includes five pitchers, one infielder and an outfielder that will join the Red Raiders for the fall. All seven of Tech’s signees are high school standouts. - Brandon Baeckel - INF - 6-0, 185 - R/R - Loveland, Colo./Mountain View - Luke Downs - RHP - 6-1, 205 - R/R - Amarillo, Texas/Amarillo - Reid Meyer - LHP - 6-4, 195 - R/L - Fort Worth, Texas/Fort Worth Country Day - Conner Smith - OF - 6-4, 200, L/L - Mansfield, Texas/Legacy - Johnathon Tripp - RHP/UTL - 6-5, 185 - R/R - Spring, Texas/Klein - Matt Withrow - RHP - 6-3, 210 - R/R - Odessa, Texas/Midland Christian - Joe Zurawik - RHP - 5-11, 170 - R/R - Bixby, Okla./Bishop Kelley

TECH HAS MOST RETURNING LETTERWINNERS IN OVER 31 YEARS Tech returns 19 letterwinners from 2011, marking the program’s most returning letterwinners in over 31 years. Twice the past decade Tech has returned 18 letterwinners. JOHN NEELY & BARRETT BARNES RECEIVE PRESEASON ALL-AMERICA HONORS Texas Tech has had two players show up consistently in preseason All-America teams as senior RHP closer John Neely and junior CF Barrett Barnes have combined for six preseason All-American accolades. Neely, a third team All-America selection last season by the NCBWA, has earned preseason honors from NCBWA (second team) and College Baseball Insider (second team). Barnes has picked up four preseason All-America awards from Baseball America (third team), Perfect Game (third team), College Baseball Insider (honorable mention) and College Sports Madness (fourth team). In fact, Barnes has collected a total of 22 preseason awards from numerous media outlets and publications.

RED RAIDER BIRTHDAYS DURING 2012 SEASON Four Red Raiders will celebrate their birthdays on a gameday this season. Right-handed pitcher Brennan Stewart turns 23 when Tech opens a three-game series in Fort Worth at TCU on March 9. Freshman shortstop Tim Proudfoot will have his 19th birthday on the Red Raiders Big 12 home series opener against Oklahoma on Friday, March 23. Junior righthanded pitcher Jamen Parten will celebrate his 21st birthday in Lawrence, Kan., on March 30, the first day of the Red Raiders’ three-game trip to Kansas. Senior lefty Ben Flora will have his 22nd birthday on April 20 when Tech opens a three-game road series at Oklahoma State in Stillwater. Five other Tech players will celebrate a birthday during the season, but will have their birthday land on an off-day. Redshirt sophomore Duke von Schamann celebrates his 21st birthday during the NCAA Regionals on June 3. Tech Players’ Birthdays During 2012 Season: Player Birthday Age Rusty Shellhorn February 22 22 Brennan Stewart March 9 23 Tim Proudfoot March 23 19 Jamen Parten March 30 21 Ben Flora April 20 22 Brennan Moore May 3 21 Duke von Schamann June 3 21

RED RAIDERS SHUTOUT TEXAS TECH ALUMS, 6-0 Texas Tech newcomer RHP Shane Broyles dominated in the third-annual alumni game as he tossed 4.1 perfect innings with eight strikeouts to lead the current Red Raiders over their alums, 6-0, on Saturday, Feb. 11 at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park. Texas Tech improved to 3-0 all-time against its alumni. The alumni team did feature 11 players who had been drafted with four All-Americans. Freshman shortstop Tim Proudfoot led all hitters going 2-for-2 with a pair of RBI. Four Red Raider pitchers combined to strike out 16 batters while allowing just two walks and gave up just one base hit. RED RAIDERS ON THE FALL ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL The Texas Tech baseball program had 18 student-athletes who received academic honor roll status following the fall semester. Nine Tech players earned Dean’s List status (3.50-4.00 GPA) while three Red Raiders recorded perfect 4.0 GPAs. NEW OPPONENTS Texas Tech will play two first-time opponents this season when they host both Tennessee Tech and Florida Gulf Coast. Last season the Red Raiders faced three first-time opponents (Western Michigan, Utah Valley, Iowa) who they went a combined 4-0 against. TEXAS TECH IN THE PRESEASON POLLS Texas Tech has been ranked anywhere from third-to-seventh in preseason Big 12 Conference polls by Baseball America, Perfect Game USA, College Baseball Daily, College Baseball Today and by the league’s head coaches. The Red Raiders are preseason No. 7 in the league’s coaches’ poll, which is exactly where they were ranked last season. Here is a look at previous seasons and where Tech was predicted to finish in the coaches’ poll compared to where they finished at the end of the season in the league standings. Year Predicted Finished 2012 _______________________________________ 7th ____________ ??? 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

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


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Opponent #31 MISSOURI STATE TENNESSEE TECH TENNESSEE TECH #31 MISSOURI STATE #18 ST. JOHN’S NORTHERN ILLINOIS #18 ST. JOHN’S NORTHERN ILLINOIS NORTHERN ILLINOIS vs. #4 Arkansas vs. #4 Rice vs. Houston at #10 Arizona State at #26 TCU at #26 TCU ALABAMA A&M ALABAMA A&M at Baylor at Baylor at Baylor FLORIDA GULF COAST FLORIDA GULF COAST #27 OKLAHOMA #27 OKLAHOMA #27 OKLAHOMA NEW MEXICO STATE at Kansas at Kansas at Kansas ANGELO STATE #25 TEXAS #25 TEXAS #25 TEXAS DALLAS BAPTIST HOUSTON HOUSTON HOUSTON NEW MEXICO NEW MEXICO at Oklahoma State at Oklahoma State at Oklahoma State at New Mexico at New Mexico MISSOURI MISSOURI MISSOURI at New Mexico State at #9 Texas A&M at #9 Texas A&M at #9 Texas A&M at #27 Dallas Baptist

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2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL CAREERCAREER STATS vs. vs.KANSAS TEXAS STATE HITTING Player Wheeler, Andre LeJeune, Scott McGruder, Jamodrick Paiz, David Redman, Reid Altobelli, Bo Whitehead, Kevin Barnes, Barrett Hagen, Stephen Randolph, Mason Hanslik, Nick

AVG .500 .409 .400 .333 .300 .273 .267 .235 .063 .000 .000

GP-GS 2-1 5-5 6-6 3-3 3-3 3-3 7-4 5-5 6-4 2-0 2-1

AB 4 22 25 12 10 11 15 17 16 1 3

R 0 3 6 2 0 0 4 4 0 0 0

H 2 9 10 4 3 3 4 4 1 0 0

2B 0 3 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

CG 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0

CBO 0 0 0 0 0 0

3B 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

RBI 0 4 3 0 2 1 3 3 1 0 0

TB 2 14 13 8 3 4 5 4 1 0 0

SLG% .500 .636 .520 .667 .300 .364 .333 .235 .063 .000 .000

H 2 1 6 10 5 5

R 0 0 2 5 4 4

ER 0 0 2 5 4 3

BB 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 6 0 0 0

HBP 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

SO 2 3 5 5 3 3 6 4 1 1 1

GDP 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

SO 3 1 3 3 0 1

2B 0 0 1 4 1 1

3B 0 0 1 1 0 0

OB% .600 .458 .483 .333 .300 .273 .389 .435 .063 .500 .000

SF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

SB-ATT 1-1 0-0 4-5 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

PO 0 3 8 3 1 2 10 31 40 4 0

A 0 0 22 1 5 0 3 1 2 2 0

E 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

FLD% .000 1.000 .968 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .970 1.000 1.000 .000

PITCHING Player Flora, Ben Corwin, Aaron Paiz, David Neely, John Masek, Trey Stewart, Brennan

ERA 0.00 0.00 3.86 5.19 7.20 13.50

WL 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1

APP 4 1 1 2 1 1

GS 0 0 1 1 1 1

SV 0 0 0 0 0 0

IP 1.2 2.1 4.2 8.2 5.0 2.0

BB 0 1 1 3 4 1

HR 0 0 0 0 0 0

AB 7 8 22 39 23 13

B/Avg .286 .167 .333 .313 .294 .455

WP 1 0 0 1 1 0

HBP 0 0 2 2 0 1

BK 0 0 0 0 0 0

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SFA 0 0 1 0 0 0

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2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL AB-R-H-RBI BREAKDOWN

1

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4

5

8

9

10

11

12

17

18

21

LeJeune

Eureste

Altobelli

Redman Whitehead

Barnes

Burleson

Paiz

Hanslik

Hagen

Lopez

Randolph

Moore

Bass

4-1-1-0

3-0-0-0

DNP

3-1-0-0

4-0-1-2

DNP

3-1-1-0

DNP

2-0-1-0

0-0-0-0

4-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

DNP

3-1-1-0

DNP

4-1-2-2

3-2-1-0

4-1-3-1

0-0-0-0

4-0-2-0

4-1-1-0

3-0-0-1

5-2-2-3

1-0-0-0

4-1-1-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

4-1-2-1

DNP

4-2-2-2

DNP

4-0-3-3

DNP

3-0-2-2

4-2-2-0

DNP

5-1-1-0

5-1-1-0

4-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

3-0-0-0

3-2-1-0

DNP

Missouri State

3-0-1-0

2-1-1-0

4-0-1-0

1-1-0-0

4-0-0-0

4-0-0-0

DNP

3-0-3-1

1-0-0-0

4-0-1-0

DNP

2-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

4-0-0-0

DNP

St. John’s

4-1-1-0

3-2-1-0

4-0-0-0

DNP

3-0-1-0

4-0-2-1

4-0-0-0

3-1-1-3

3-0-1-0

DNP

DNP

1-0-0-0

1-0-1-0

DNP

2-0-0-0

DNP

2/25

Northern Illinois

2-2-1-0

3-1-1-0

3-1-1-0

1-0-0-0

4-1-1-0

4-1-1-1

DNP

4-2-2-2

DNP

5-0-1-0

DNP

1-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

DNP

3-0-0-0

3-0-0-0

2/26

St. John’s

2-1-1-1

3-2-1-1

3-0-1-1

DNP

4-0-0-0

3-0-1-0

DNP

3-1-2-1

3-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

1-0-1-0

1-0-0-0

3-0-0-0

0-1-0-0

DNP

2/26

Northern Illinois

4-0-0-0

4-1-3-0

5-1-4-1

1-0-0-0

4-2-2-2

5-1-1-2

DNP

2-3-1-2

3-0-2-2

DNP

DNP

5-2-2-1

2-0-0-0

DNP

1-0-0-0

DNP

2/27

Northern Illinois

4-0-2-1

2-1-0-0

4-0-1-1

4-0-2-0

3-0-0-0

4-1-1-0

DNP

4-0-1-0

3-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

4-1-2-0

DNP

3/2

Arkansas

3-1-1-0

3-0-1-0

4-0-0-0

3-0-1-0

3-0-1-0

3-0-2-1

1-0-0-0

4-0-1-0

DNP

4-0-0-0

DNP

1-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

DNP

2-0-0-0

DNP

3/3

Rice

3-0-0-0

3-1-0-0

3-0-0-1

3-0-0-0

4-0-1-0

3-0-0-0

DNP

4-1-2-1

2-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

1-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

3-0-1-0

DNP

3/4

Houston

5-2-2-1

4-2-2-0

5-1-2-3

DNP

5-1-3-1

3-1-1-0

3-1-3-0

4-1-0-1

5-0-1-2

DNP

DNP

2-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

3-1-1-0

DNP

3/6

Arizona State

6-1-1-1

3-0-0-1

4-2-2-0

DNP

5-2-2-1

3-1-1-0

1-2-1-2

5-0-0-0

4-0-2-1

0-0-0-0

DNP

1-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

DNP

4-0-1-1

DNP

3/10

TCU

4-0-1-0

2-0-0-0

4-0-0-0

DNP

4-0-0-0

3-0-1-1

4-0-1-0

4-1-2-0

3-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

2-0-0-0

DNP

3/11

TCU

4-0-0-1

3-1-0-0

4-0-1-2

DNP

4-0-3-0

4-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

3-1-1-0

3-1-2-0

DNP

DNP

4-0-1-0

DNP

DNP

2-1-1-0

DNP

3/13

Alabama A&M

4-2-1-1

3-4-2-0

2-0-1-1

2-0-2-2

DNP

4-2-3-2

4-4-2-3

2-2-1-4

6-2-3-5

4-1-3-2

1-0-0-0

2-1-0-0

1-1-0-0

DNP

0-0-0-0

5-2-1-0

3/14

Alabama A&M

6-4-4-6

2-2-1-0

3-3-2-1

3-1-1-0

3-3-3-4

4-3-3-0

DNP

3-0-0-1

5-1-0-1

0-0-0-0

2-2-2-3

2-1-1-1

2-1-1-0

6-1-4-6

3-3-1-0

1-0-0-1

3/16

Baylor

4-1-1-0

3-0-0-1

4-0-2-0

DNP

4-1-1-0

4-0-2-0

0-0-0-0

3-1-1-2

4-1-1-0

4-0-1-1

DNP

3-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

3/17

Baylor

4-1-2-0

3-0-0-0

3-0-2-1

DNP

4-0-0-0

3-1-0-0

3-0-0-0

2-0-1-1

4-0-1-0

1-0-0-0

DNP

1-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

2-1-1-1

DNP

3/18

Baylor

5-0-2-1

3-0-1-0

3-0-1-0

DNP

4-0-1-0

4-0-0-0

3-0-1-0

4-0-0-0

4-1-0-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

0-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

3-0-1-0

0-0-0-0

3/20

Florida Gulf Coast

3-2-1-1

4-2-1-3

5-0-2-3

DNP

4-2-2-0

5-1-2-1

5-0-2-1

3-2-2-1

0-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

DNP

2-1-1-1

1-0-1-0

5-1-1-0

0-0-0-0

3/21

Florida Gulf Coast

4-1-0-1

4-4-3-2

2-1-2-3

0-0-0-0

4-1-2-1

4-1-2-2

DNP

4-1-2-1

5-2-2-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

4-2-3-1

DNP

3-1-0-0

DNP

3/23

Oklahoma

4-0-1-0

4-2-3-0

3-0-0-1

DNP

4-2-2-0

4-0-0-0

DNP

2-0-0-0

4-1-3-1

DNP

DNP

DNP

4-0-2-1

DNP

4-1-1-1

DNP

3/24

Oklahoma

4-0-1-0

4-1-2-0

4-0-0-0

DNP

4-0-1-0

DNP

DNP

4-1-2-2

4-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

4-0-0-0

DNP

3-1-1-0

DNP

3/25

Oklahoma

5-0-1-0

4-0-2-0

4-1-1-1

DNP

3-0-1-1

DNP

3-0-1-0

4-1-1-0

4-0-2-0

0-0-0-0

DNP

1-0-0-0

3-0-0-0

DNP

4-0-2-0

DNP

3/27

New Mexico State

4-0-1-1

4-1-3-2

5-0-0-0

DNP

5-0-1-2

DNP

1-0-0-0

3-1-2-1

3-1-1-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

2-1-0-0

3-0-0-0

3-2-2-0

DNP

3/30

Kansas

3-0-1-1

3-0-0-0

4-0-1-0

DNP

4-2-2-0

DNP

4-0-0-0

4-1-1-0

4-0-1-0

DNP

0-0-0-0

DNP

3-0-1-0

DNP

4-0-1-1

DNP

3/31

Kansas

5-0-2-0

5-0-1-0

4-0-0-0

DNP

4-1-3-1

DNP

0-0-0-0

4-1-1-0

3-0-0-0

DNP

0-0-0-0

3-0-0-0

2-0-0-0

DNP

2-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

4/1

Kansas

4-0-1-1

5-0-2-0

4-1-2-0

DNP

3-0-0-0

DNP

1-0-0-0

4-0-0-0

4-1-2-0

0-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

1-0-0-0

2-0-1-0

4-1-1-1

DNP

4/3

Angelo State

DNP

4-1-3-3-

5-1-2-0

DNP

5-1-2-2

DNP

4-1-1-0

4-3-3-2

4-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

0-1-0-0

1-2-0-0

4-1-2-3

4-2-2-2

DNP

4/5

Texas

4-0-0-0

5-1-2-0

4-1-1-3

DNP

4-0-0-0

DNP

3-0-0-0

3-1-2-1

DNP

DNP

DNP

1-0-0-0

2-0-0-0

4-0-1-0

4-1-2-0

DNP

4/6

Texas

5-0-0-0

7-2-3-0

7-2-4-3

DNP

6-0-1-1

DNP

0-0-0-0

3-1-2-0

6-0-1-2

2-0-0-0

2-0-0-0

DNP

2-0-1-1

6-1-0-0

6-0-0-0

DNP

4/7

Texas

5-1-2-1

5-0-0-0

4-1-1-0

DNP

4-0-1-0

DNP

2-1-1-1

4-0-1-0

3-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

DNP

1-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

3-0-0-1

DNP

4/11

Dallas Baptist

2-1-1-0

1-2-0-0

5-2-1-1

DNP

2-1-1-0

DNP

2-0-0-0

4-1-2-3

4-0-2-1

DNP

DNP

2-0-1-1

2-0-1-1

DNP

4-0-0-0

DNP

4/13

Houston

4-3-2-1

5-1-1-0

5-1-0-1

DNP

5-2-2-5

DNP

DNP

5-3-2-1

4-1-1-0

0-0-0-0

DNP

5-0-2-2

3-2-1-0

DNP

3-2-2-1

DNP

4/14

Houston

2-1-1-0

4-3-3-0

4-1-2-2

DNP

4-0-2-2

DNP

DNP

4-2-2-3

3-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

4-0-1-0

3-0-1-0

DNP

2-0-0-0

DNP

4/15

Houston

5-0-0-0

4-2-2-2

6-2-3-1

DNP

4-0-1-0

DNP

DNP

7-1-2-2

1-0-1-0

DNP

6-2-4-2

4-1-2-2

1-0-0-0

5-2-4-0

3-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

4/17

New Mexico

3-0-1-0

2-0-1-0

3-0-1-0

DNP

5-1-4-0

DNP

DNP

5-0-1-1

2-0-0-1

DNP

3-0-0-1

DNP

DNP

DNP

4-0-1-0

DNP

4/18

New Mexico

4-0-1-0

3-0-0-0

4-1-0-0

DNP

5-1-1-1

1-0-0-1

1-0-0-0

3-2-1-0

1-0-0-0

DNP

4-0-3-1

1-0-1-1

0-0-0-0

3-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

DNP

4/20

Oklahoma State

4-0-0-0

4-0-1-0

4-0-2-0

DNP

2-0-1-0

DNP

DNP

4-0-0-0

4-0-0-0

DNP

3-0-1-1

3-1-1-0

DNP

DNP

2-0-0-0

DNP

4/21

Oklahoma State

3-0-1-0

4-0-2-0

4-0-0-0

DNP

4-1-1-0

DNP

3-1-2-1

4-0-0-0

3-0-0-0

DNP

3-0-1-1

DNP

DNP

DNP

0-0-0-0

DNP

4/22

Oklahoma State

4-0-0-0

2-0-2-0

3-0-0-0

DNP

4-0-0-0

DNP

3-0-1-0

3-0-1-0

DNP

DNP

3-0-0-0

DNP

0-0-0-0

2-1-0-0

2-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

4/24

New Mexico

4-0-0-0

4-1-2-1

4-2-2-0

DNP

5-1-2-0

DNP

DNP

5-2-2-4

3-1-0-0

DNP

1-0-0-0

5-0-1-2

4-2-2-0

DNP

2-0-0-0

1-0-0-1

4/25

New Mexico

4-1-0-0

5-2-2-3

3-1-2-2

DNP

4-0-2-2

DNP

4-0-0-1

4-2-1-1

0-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

4-2-3-2

3-3-1-1

DNP

4-2-3-0

DNP

4/27

Missouri

4-0-0-0

4-0-2-0

4-0-0-0

DNP

4-0-4-0

3-0-0-0

DNP

3-0-0-0

DNP

0-0-0-0

DNP

4-0-0-0

2-0-1-0

0-0-0-0

3-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

4/28

Missouri

3-0-1-0

4-1-2-1

4-0-0-0

DNP

3-1-1-0

4-1-2-0

1-0-0-0

4-0-2-1

DNP

DNP

0-0-0-0

4-0-2-1

3-0-0-0

DNP

2-1-0-1

DNP

4/29

Missouri

3-1-1-2

DNP

4-1-1-0

DNP

4-1-1-0

3-2-2-2

2-1-0-0

4-0-1-0

4-0-0-1

DNP

DNP

1-0-1-0

3-0-0-0

DNP

3-1-3-2

DNP

5/1

New Mexico State

5-1-0-0

4-0-1-2

5-2-3-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

1-0-0-0

3-3-2-1

4-1-3-2

0-0-0-0

DNP

4-3-2-6

6-0-0-0

3-0-1-0

5-1-3-0

1-1-0-0

5/4

Texas A&M

3-0-1-0

4-0-1-0

5-1-1-0

DNP

4-0-1-0

5-0-2-0

1-0-0-0

5-1-1-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

3-0-1-0

4-0-1-1

DNP

2-0-0-0

DNP

5/5

Texas A&M

3-0-0-0

4-1-2-0

4-0-0-0

DNP

3-1-2-1

4-0-0-0

DNP

3-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

DNP

0-0-0-0

3-0-0-1

2-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

2-0-0-0

1-0-1-0

5/6

Texas A&M

6-0-0-0

6-3-3-1

7-0-2-4

DNP

7-0-0-0

7-0-4-1

0-0-0-0

5-1-1-0

DNP

DNP

3-1-2-0

5-1-2-1

4-2-3-1

DNP

2-0-0-0

DNP

5/8

Dallas Baptist

4-2-1-0

4-1-0-0

5-0-2-1

DNP

DNP

DNP

3-0-0-0

3-0-0-0

4-0-2-1

DNP

3-0-0-0

3-1-1-1

2-0-1-0

DNP

3-1-0-0

DNP

5/17

Kansas State

5/18

Kansas State

5/19

Kansas State

Date

Opponent

2/17

Missouri State

3-0-1-2

2/18

Tennessee Tech

2/19

Tennessee Tech

2/19 2/24

2

Proudfoot McGruder

6

7

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012

36


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL STARTING LINEUP BY POSITION BREAKDOWN (Team record with player at that position)

Date Opp.

P

C

2B

SS

3B

LF

CF

RF

DH

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

Paiz

Hagen

Broyles

Altobelli

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

Paiz

Whitehead

2/19 TT

Shellhorn

Randolph

LeJeune

Burleson

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

Paiz

Altobelli

2/19 MSU

Coulombe

Altobelli

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

Paiz

Hagen

von Schamann Altobelli

LeJeune

Burleson

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

2/17 MSU

von Schamann Altobelli

1B

STARTING PITCHER Duke von Schamann ________________ 11 (7-4) John Neely __________________________9 (2-7) Rusty Shellhorn ______________________9 (6-3) Shane Broyles ________________________5 (3-2) David Paiz ___________________________5 (4-1) Brannon Easterling ____________________4 (2-2) Trey Masek __________________________5 (2-3) Daniel Coulombe _____________________2 (1-1) Ben Flora ____________________________1 (1-0) Jamen Parten ________________________1 (0-1)

2/18 TT

3/2

Ark

CATCHER Bo Altobelli ______________________ 37 (19-18) Mason Randolph _____________________9 (5-4) Kevin Whitehead _____________________6 (4-2)

3/3

Rice

Shellhorn

3/4

UH

Broyles

Altobelli

LeJeune

Burleson

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

McGruder Whitehead

3/6

ASU

Paiz

Altobelli

LeJeune

Burleson

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

McGruder von Schamann

von Schamann Altobelli

LeJeune

Burleson

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

McGruder Whitehead

LeJeune

Burleson

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

McGruder

LeJeune

Burleson

Proudfoot

Redman

Paiz

Barnes

McGruder

Bass

LeJeune

Burleson

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

McGruder

Altobelli Hagen

2/24 SJU 2/25 NIU

Coulombe

Altobelli

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

Paiz

Bass

2/26 SJU

Broyles

Randolph

LeJeune

Burleson

Proudfoot

Redman

Lopez

Barnes

McGruder

Altobelli

2/26 NIU

Shellhorn

Altobelli

LeJeune

Burleson

Proudfoot

Redman

Lopez

Barnes

McGruder

Hagen

Paiz

Altobelli

LeJeune

Burleson

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

McGruder

Eureste

von Schamann Altobelli

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

Paiz

Eureste

LeJeune

Burleson

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

McGruder

Eureste

2/27 NIU

3/10 TCU

FIRST BASE Scott LeJeune ____________________ 46 (24-22) Stephen Hagen _______________________6 (4-2) SECOND BASE Jamodrick McGruder ______________ 31 (14-17) Bryant Burleson ___________________ 21 (14-7)

3/16 BU

SHORTSTOP Tim Proudfoot____________________ 51 (27-24) Bryant Burleson ______________________1 (1-0)

3/20 FGCU 3/21 FGCU

THIRD BASE Reid Redman ____________________ 30 (18-12) Bryant Burleson ____________________ 17 (9-8) Bo Altobelli __________________________5 (1-4)

3/24 OU

Neely

Altobelli

3/25 OU

Masek

Altobelli

Easterling

LEFT FIELD Brennan Moore ___________________ 45 (23-22) Nick Hanslik _________________________3 (2-1) Jordan Lopez ________________________2 (2-0) David Paiz ___________________________2 (1-1)

3/31 KU

RIGHT FIELD Jordan Lopez ____________________ 26 (15-11) Jamodrick McGruder ________________ 14 (8-6) David Paiz ___________________________6 (4-2) Nick Hanslik _________________________5 (1-4) Andre Wheeler _______________________1 (0-1) DESIGNATED HITTER Stephen Hagen _____________________ 14 (7-7) Kevin Whitehead ___________________ 13 (6-7) Bo Altobelli __________________________6 (4-2) Scott LeJeune ________________________6 (4-2) Blake Bass ___________________________4 (2-2) Matt Eureste _________________________3 (1-2) Jamodrick McGruder __________________3 (2-1) Duke von Schamann __________________2 (1-1) Mason Randolph _____________________1 (1-0)

3/13 Ala AM 3/14 Ala AM

Broyles

Altobelli

3/11 TCU

CENTER FIELD Barrett Barnes ____________________ 52 (28-24)

McGruder Whitehead

Shellhorn Whitehead Neely

LeJeune

Burleson

Proudfoot

Redman

Paiz

Barnes

McGruder

LeJeune

Burleson

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

McGruder Whitehead

Broyles

Altobelli

LeJeune

Burleson

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

McGruder Whitehead

Paiz

Whitehead

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

Altobelli

Easterling

Altobelli

LeJeune

Burleson

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

McGruder

LeJeune

Burleson

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

McGruder

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Burleson

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

Bass

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Burleson

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

Whitehead

Randolph

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Burleson

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

Altobelli

von Schamann Altobelli

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Burleson

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

Whitehead

3/18 BU

3/30 KU

Hagen

Altobelli

Neely

3/27 NMSU

Randolph

von Schamann Altobelli

3/17 BU

3/23 OU

Altobelli

von Schamann Altobelli

Neely

Altobelli

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Burleson

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

Bass

KU

Paiz

Altobelli

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Burleson

Moore

Banres

Lopez

Whitehead

4/3

AS

Easterling

Randolph

LeJeune

McGruder

Bruleson

Altobelli

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

Hagen

4/5

UT

Masek

Randolph

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Altobelli

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

von Schamann

4/6

UT

von Schamann Altobelli

4/7

UT

4/1

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Burleson

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

Randolph

Neely

Whitehead

LeJeune

Burleson

Proudfoot

Altobelli

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

McGruder

4/11 DBU

Shellhorn

Altobelli

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Burleson

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

Whitehead

4/13 UH

Neely

Altobelli

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Burleson

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

Hagen

von Schamann Altobelli

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Burleson

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

Hagen

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Burleson

Moore

Barnes

Hanslik

Hagen

4/13 UH 4/14 UH

Masek

Randolph

4/17 UNM

Shellhorn

Altobelli

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Burleson

Moore

Barnes

Hanslik

Hagen

4/18 UNM

Easterling

Randolph

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

Hanslik

Altobelli

Neely

Altobelli

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Burleson

Moore

Barnes

Hanslik

Hagen

von Schamann Altobelli

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Burleson

Hanslik

Barnes

Wheeler

Whitehead

4/20 OSU 4/21 OSU 4/22 OSU

Masek

Randolph

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Altobelli

Moore

Barnes

Hanslik

Whitehead

4/24 UNM

Shellhorn

Altobelli

Hagen

McGruder

Proudfoot

Burleson

Hanslik

Barnes

Lopez

LeJeune

4/25 UNM

Parten

Whitehead

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Altobelli

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

Hagen

Neely

Altobelli

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

Hagen

von Schamann Altobelli

LeJeune

McGruder

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

Hagen

4/27 MU 4/28 MU 4/29 MU

Shellhorn

Altobelli

LeJeune

Burleson

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

Whitehead

5/1

NMSU

Paiz

Whitehead

Hagen

McGruder

Proudfoot

Burleson

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

LeJeune

5/4

A&M

Neely

Altobelli

Hagen

McGruder

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

LeJeune

5/5

A&M

Shellhorn

Altobelli

Hagen

McGruder

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

LeJeune

5/6

A&M

Masek

Altobelli

Hagen

McGruder

Proudfoot

Redman

Moore

Barnes

Lopez

LeJeune

5/8

DBU

Flora

Whitehead

Hagen

McGruder

Proudfoot

Burleson

Hanslik

Barnes

Lopez

LeJeune

5/17 KSU 5/18 KSU 5/19 KSU

24

2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL STARTING LINEUP BY BATTING ORDER Date Opp.

Leadoff

2/17 MSU

McGruder

Barnes

Redman

LeJeune

2/18 TT

McGruder

Barnes

Redman

LeJeune

2/19 TT

Burleson

Barnes

Redman

LeJeune

2/19 MSU

McGruder

Barnes

Redman

2/24 SJU

McGruder

Barnes

2/25 NIU

McGruder

Barnes

2/26 SJU

McGruder

2/26 NIU 2/27 NIU 3/2

Ark

2nd

3rd

Cleanup

5th

6th

7th

8th

9th

Altobelli

Hagen

Moore

Paiz

Proudfoot

Altobelli

Whitehead

Moore

Paiz

Proudfoot

Altobelli

Paiz

Moore

Randolph

Proudfoot

LeJeune

Altobelli

Paiz

Moore

Hagen

Proudfoot

Redman

LeJeune

Altobelli

Whitehead

Burleson

Moore

Proudfoot

Redman

LeJeune

Altobelli

Bass

Paiz

Moore

Proudfoot

Barnes

Redman

LeJeune

Altobelli

Randolph

Burleson

Lopez

Proudfoot

McGruder

Barnes

Redman

LeJeune

Hagen

Altobelli

Burleson

Lopez

Proudfoot

McGruder

Barnes

Redman

LeJeune

Altobelli

Eureste

Burleson

Moore

Proudfoot

McGruder

Barnes

Redman

LeJeune

Altobelli

Eureste

Paiz

Moore

Proudfoot

3/3

Rice

McGruder

Barnes

Redman

LeJeune

Altobelli

Eureste

Burleson

Moore

Proudfoot

3/4

UH

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Whitehead

Redman

Altobelli

Burleson

Moore

3/6

von Schamann Burleson

Moore

ASU

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Redman

Altobelli

3/10 TCU

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Whitehead

Redman

Altobelli

Burleson

Moore

3/11 TCU

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Redman

Altobelli

Hagen

Burleson

Moore

3/13 Ala AM

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Whitehead

Redman

Burleson

Paiz

Bass

3/14 Ala AM

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Redman

Altobelli

Burleson

Randolph

Moore

3/16 BU

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Redman

Altobelli

Hagen

Burleson

Paiz

3/17 BU

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Whitehead

Redman

Altobelli

Burleson

Moore

3/18 BU

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Whitehead

Redman

Altobelli

Burleson

Moore

3/20 FGCU

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Whitehead

Redman

Altobelli

Moore

Lopez

3/21 FGCU

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Redman

Altobelli

Burleson

Moore

Lopez

3/23 OU

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Redman

Altobelli

Burleson

Moore

Lopez

3/24 OU

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

Burleson

Lopez

Bass

Moore

3/25 OU

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Whitehead

Altobelli

Burleson

Lopez

Moore Moore

3/27 NMSU

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

Burleson

Randolph

Lopez

3/30 KU

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Whitehead

Altobelli

Burleson

Moore

Lopez

3/31 KU

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

Burleson

Bass

Lopez

Moore

4/1

KU

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Whitehead

Altobelli

Burleson

Lopez

Moore

4/3

Angelo

McGruder

Barnes

Altobelli

LeJeune

Hagen

Burleson

Randolph

Lopez

Moore

4/5

UT

McGruder

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

von Schamann Randolph

Proudfoot

Lopez

Moore

4/6

UT

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

Randolph

Burleson

Lopez

Moore

4/7

UT

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

Whitehead

Burleson

Lopez

Moore

4/11 DBU

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

Whitehead

Burleson

Lopez

Moore

4/13 UH

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

Hagen

Burleson

Lopez

Moore

4/13 UH

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

Hagen

Burleson

Lopez

Moore

4/14 UH

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

Hagen

Randolph

Hanslik

Moore

4/17 UNM

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

Hagen

Burleson

Hanslik

Moore

4/18 UNM

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

Redman

Randolph

Hanslik

Moore

4/20 OSU

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

Hagen

Burleson

Hanslik

Moore

4/21 OSU

McGruder

Wheeler

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

Whitehead

Hanslik

Burleson

Proudfoot

4/22 OSU

McGruder

Proudfoot

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

Whitehead

Hanslik

Randolph

Moore

4/24 UNM

McGruder

Lopez

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

Hagen

Hanslik

Burleson

Proudfoot

4/25 UNM

McGruder

Lopez

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

Whitehead

Hagen

Proudfoot

Moore

4/27 MU

McGruder

Lopez

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

Redman

Hagen

Moore

Proudfoot

4/28 MU

McGruder

Lopez

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

Redman

Hagen

Moore

Proudfoot

4/29 MU

Barnes

Lopez

LeJeune

Altobelli

Whitehead

Redman

Proudfoot

Moore

Burleson

Barnes

LeJeune

Hagen

Whitehead

Proudfoot

Moore

Burleson

5/1

NMSU

McGruder

Lopez

5/4

A&M

McGruder

Redman

Barnes

LeJeune

Altobelli

Hagen

Proudfoot

Lopez

Moore

5/5

A&M

McGruder

Barnes

Redman

LeJeune

Altobelli

Hagen

Proudfoot

Lopez

Moore

5/6

A&M

McGruder

Redman

LeJeune

Barnes

Hagen

Proudfoot

Lopez

Moore

Hanslik

5/8

DBU

McGruder

Lopez

LeJeune

Hagen

Barnes

Whitehead

Burleson

Hanslik

Proudfoot

5/17 KSU 5/18 KSU 5/19 KSU

BREAKDOWN (Team record with player at that spot in the lineup) LEADOFF Jamodrick McGruder ______________ 50 (26-24) Barrett Barnes ________________________1 (1-0) Bryant Burleson ______________________1 (1-0) 2ND SPOT Tim Proudfoot ____________________ 28 (13-15) Barrett Barnes ______________________ 14 (9-5) Jordan Lopez ________________________7 (5-2) Reid Redman ________________________2 (2-1) Andre Wheeler _______________________1 (0-1) 3RD SPOT Barrett Barnes ____________________ 35 (16-17) Reid Redman ______________________ 12 (8-4) Scott LeJeune ________________________4 (3-1) Bo Altobelli __________________________1 (1-0) CLEANUP Scott LeJeune ____________________ 48 (25-23) Bo Altobelli __________________________3 (2-1) Stephen Hagen _______________________1 (1-0) 5TH SPOT Bo Altobelli ______________________ 30 (14-16) Kevin Whitehead ___________________ 10 (5-5) Reid Redman ________________________6 (4-2) Stephen Hagen _______________________3 (3-0) Barrett Barnes ________________________3 (2-1) Duke von Schamann __________________1 (0-1) 6TH SPOT Bo Altobelli ________________________ 10 (6-4) Stephen Hagen _____________________ 10 (6-4) Reid Redman ______________________ 10 (5-5) Kevin Whitehead _____________________9 (5-4) Bryant Burleson ______________________4 (1-3) Mason Randolph _____________________3 (2-1) Matt Eureste _________________________3 (1-2) David Paiz ___________________________2 (1-1) Blake Bass ___________________________1 (1-0) 7TH SPOT Bryant Burleson ___________________ 19 (14-5) Tim Proudfoot ________________________6 (3-3) Bo Altobelli __________________________5 (2-3) Stephen Hagen _______________________5 (1-4) Brennan Moore _______________________4 (3-1) Mason Randolph _____________________4 (2-2) Nick Hanslik _________________________3 (1-2) David Paiz ___________________________2 (1-1) Jordan Lopez ________________________2 (0-2) Duke von Schamann __________________1 (1-0) Blake Bass ___________________________1 (0-1) 8TH SPOT Jordan Lopez ______________________ 16 (8-8) Brennan Moore _____________________ 13 (9-4) Bryant Burleson ______________________9 (3-6) Nick Hanslik _________________________5 (2-3) David Paiz ___________________________3 (3-0) Mason Randolph _____________________3 (2-1) Stephen Hagen _______________________1 (0-1) Blake Bass ___________________________1 (0-1) Tim Proudfoot ________________________1 (0-1) 9TH SPOT Brennan Moore ____________________ 27 (9-18) Tim Proudfoot _____________________ 15 (11-4) Jordan Lopez ________________________4 (4-0) Bryant Burleson ______________________2 (2-0) Blake Bass ___________________________1 (1-0) David Paiz ___________________________1 (0-1) Tim Proudfoot ________________________2 (1-1)

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME RECAPS GAME 1: #31 Missouri State 1 at Texas Tech 4

GAME 6: Northern Illinois 5 at Texas Tech 8

GAME 11: No. 24 Texas Tech 2 vs. No. 4 Rice 6

Feb. 17 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas #31 Missouri State (0-1) 000 100 000 1 1 2 Texas Tech (1-0) 200 000 02X 4 6 2 WP: von Schamann (1-0) LP: Johnson (0-1) S: None Attendance: 2,605 Time: 2:05 Temp: 42° Highlights: Texas Tech opened the newly renovated Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park with a win on Opening Day, led by RHP Duke von Schamann (7 IP, 1 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 6 SO, 1 BB). RHP Trey Masek pitched the final two innings to earn his first career save. Marked Tech’s first one-hitter in over 10 years. With a 2-1 lead in the eighth, Tim Proudfoot drove in two with his first career hit - a triple - to give Tech a three-run lead. 3B Reid Redman drove in a pair while going 1-for-4. McGruder and Barnes went 1-for-4.

Feb. 25 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Northern Illinois (0-5) 000 014 000 5 6 2 Texas Tech (5-1) 040 300 01X 8 8 2 WP: Coulombe (1-0) LP: Hermsen (0-2) S: Neely (1) Attendance: 2,685 Time: 2:46 Temp: 59° Highlights: LHP Daniel Coulombe earned his first career win (first win since 2008 in HS) and junior CF Barrett Barnes tallied his 100th career RBI while leading all players going 2-for-4 with two runs, a double and two RBI. Coulombe struck out eight batters - including seven consecutive outs coming via strikeout from the 2nd-4th inning. Coulombe went 5 IP with 6 H, 5 R, 3 ER, 3 BB, 8 SO. Senior RHP John Neely pitched the ninth inning to earn his first save of the season and the ninth of his career.

Mar. 3 ● Minute Maid Park ● Houston, Texas No. 24 Texas Tech (8-3) 200 000 000 2 4 1 No. 4 Rice (10-1) 320 010 00X 6 9 1 WP: Reckling (2-0) LP: Shellhorn (2-1) S: Duffey (2) Attendance: 8,589 Time: 2:47 Temp: 68° - Roof Closed Highlights: Tech scored two runs in the first on a pair of hits by Barrett Barnes and Bo Altobelli, but that would be all the hits Tech would get until the seventh inning as Rice RHP Matthew Reckling (6.2 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 3 BB, 3 SO) won his second game of the year. Barnes (2-for-4, run, RBI) led the way for Tech while only Altobelli (1-for-4) and Brennan Moore (1-for-3) had hits for Tech. LHP Rusty Shellhorn took the loss (4.1 IP, 6 H, 6 R, 5 ER, 1 BB, 5 SO) in the first start of the year a Tech pitcher didn’t go at least 5 innings.

GAME 2: Tennessee Tech 5 at Texas Tech 9

GAME 7: #18 St. John’s 2 at Texas Tech 5

GAME 12: Houston 4 vs. No. 24 Texas Tech 10

Feb. 18 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Tennessee Tech (1-2) 000 200 030 5 6 1 Texas Tech (2-0) 300 401 100 9 14 1 WP: Broyles (1-0) LP: Shepherd (0-1) S: None Attendance: 2,461 Time: 2:36 Temp: 44° Highlights: RHP Shane Broyles made his first career start going 7.1 IP, 5 R, 4 ER, 6 H, 6 SO, 0 BB to mark the most strikeouts by a Red Raider in his first career start since 2008 (Nathan Karns, 7 SO vs. Oral Roberts). Barrett Barnes (2-for-5, 3 RBI) hit the first homer of the season for Tech (25th career) while Scott LeJeune led all players going 3-for-4 with an RBI. Jamodrick McGruder went 1-for-3 with two runs and in one time on base he stole second, third and home plate. Bo Altobelli went 2-for-4 with a walk.

Feb. 26 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas #18 St. John’s (2-4) 000 000 020 2 5 0 Texas Tech (6-1) 101 000 30X 5 7 0 WP: Broyles (2-0) LP: Carasiti (0-1) S: None Attendance: 2,779 Time: 2:07 Temp: 60° Highlights: RHP Shane Broyles carried a no-hitter into the fifth inning and finished the game going 7.2 innings (longest start for a Red Raider in almost a year) with 4 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 3 SO. Barrett Barnes went 2-for-3 with an RBI, Jamodrick McGruder went 1-for-3 with a triple and an RBI and shortstop Tim Proudfoot went 1-for-2 with an RBI. Sophomore RHP Trey Masek pitched the final 1.1 innings with three strikeouts while only allowing one walk. The win marked Tech’s third over a ranked opponent this year.

Mar. 4 ● Minute Maid Park ● Houston, Texas Houston (6-5) 011 020 000 4 10 3 No. 24 Texas Tech (9-3) 000 404 20X 10 15 0 WP: Masek (1-0) LP: Mannisto (1-1) S: None Attendance: 7,788 Time: 2:57 Temp: 70° Highlights: RHP Trey Masek struck out a career-high six batters in four scoreless relief innings. Masek allowed just three base runners (all via singles) during his four innings of work with at least one strikeout (two each in the sixth and 8th innings) in each of his innings pitched. 1B Scott LeJeune guided Tech’s offense going 2-for-5 with three RBI and a run scored. Eight Red Raiders tallied runs scored and eight posted at last one hit. Starting pitcher Shane Broyles (5.0 IP, 7 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 1 BB, 2 SO) took the no-decision.

GAME 3: Tennessee Tech 0 at Texas Tech 8

GAME 8: Northern Illinois 4 at Texas Tech 10

GAME 13: No. 26 Texas Tech 8 at No. 10 Arizona State 4

Feb. 19 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Tennessee Tech (1-3) 000 000 000 0 6 0 Texas Tech (3-0) 201 300 02X 8 12 2 WP: Shellhorn (1-0) LP: McWhirter (0-1) S: None Attendance: 2,221 Time: 2:30 Temp: 39° Highlights: Texas Tech shutout its first opponents since March 27, 2011 (Nebraska) while LHP Rusty Shellhorn (7.0 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 6 SO) made his Tech career debut. LeJeune (3-for-4, 3 RBI) recorded his second straight three-hit game while Bo Altobelli (2-for-3, 3 RBI) hit safely in his 10th game over his last 11 games played (dates back to 2011). SS Tim Proudfoot tallied his third straight game with multiple RBI while going 2-for-4. 3B Reid Redman went 2-for-4 with two runs scored.

Feb. 26 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Northern Illinois (0-6) 300 010 000 4 8 2 Texas Tech (7-1) 421 201 00X 10 15 2 WP: Shellhorn (2-0) LP: Barry (0-2) S: Parten (1) Attendance: 2,795 Time: 2:22 Temp: 69° Highlights: 1B Scott LeJeune went 4-for-5 with an RBI, Jamodrick McGruder went 3-for-4 and Stephen Hagen (2-for-5, 2 runs, RBI), Bo Altobelli (2-for-4, 2 runs, 2 RBI) and Bryant Burleson (2-for-3, RBI) added multi-hit games. LHP Rusty Shellhorn improved to 2-0 while going 6.0 IP, 8 H, 4 R, 3 ER, 2 BB, 7 SO. RHP Jamen Parten pitched a perfect seventh, eighth and ninth innings to earn his first career save. A total of four Red Raiders finished the game with multiple RBI.

Mar. 6 ● Packard Stadium ● Tempe, Ariz. No. 26 Texas Tech (10-3) 000 211 400 8 10 0 No. 10 Arizona State (8-3) 001 000 201 4 9 3 WP: Neely (2-1) LP: Miller (0-1) S: None Attendance: 1,546 Time: 3:03 Temp: 80° Highlights: Tech won its first road game against a nonconference opponent who was ranked in the top-10 since 2001 (No. 1 Cal State Fullerton). The Red Raiders scored in four straight innings and received multi-hit games from Scott LeJeune (2-for-4, 2 runs, 2 doubles), Bo Altobelli (2-for-5, 2 runs, RBI), Bryant Burleson (2-for-4, RBI) and collected a pair of runs and RBI from Kevin Whitehead (1for-1, 2 runs, 2 RBI). John Neely (3.0 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 2 SO) earned the win while pitching the 4th-5th-6th innings.

GAME 4: #31 Missouri State 4 at Texas Tech 2

GAME 9: Northern Illinois 2 at #24 Texas Tech 3

GAME 14: No. 26 Texas Tech 1 at No. 26 TCU 2

Feb. 19 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas #31 Missouri State (2-2) 100 000 021 4 7 2 Texas Tech (3-1) 100 000 100 2 7 1 WP: Burgess (2-0) LP: Neely (0-1) S: None Attendance: 2,419 Time: 2:16 Temp: 43° Highlights: LHP Daniel Coulombe returned to the mound for Tech for the first time since suffering 2011-season ending Tommy John surgery. He had an impressive 2012 debut going 5.1 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 5 SO, 1 BB while throwing 67 pitches (43 strikes). Barrett Barnes went 3-for-3 with an RBI as the only Tech player with a multi-hit game. Combined there were five double plays while the Red Raiders hit into four double plays in the game. RHP John Neely (2.1 IP, 2 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 2 SO) took the loss.

Feb. 27 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Northern Illinois (0-7) 000 000 002 2 3 0 Texas Tech (8-1) 001 000 011 3 9 2 WP: Neely (1-1) LP: Glancy (0-2) S: None Attendance: 2,311 Time: 2:08 Temp: 48° Highlights: RHP David Paiz made his first start of the season and ended his outing with a no-hitter through five innings with four strikeouts and one walk. In fact, Tech had four pitchers combine on a no-hitter through eight innings while taking a 2-0 lead into the ninth. The Huskies not only broke up the no-hitter, they tied the game 2-2 to force Tech to hit in the ninth. The Red Raiders won the game as Brennan Moore reached with a single and then scored on Tim Proudfoot’s walk-off triple to right field.

Mar. 11 ● Lupton Stadium ● Fort Worth, Texas No. 26 Texas Tech (10-4) 000 100 000 1 5 2 No. 26 TCU (6-6) 010 100 00X 2 4 0 WP: Crichton (2-0) LP: von Schamann (2-2) S: Merck (3) Attendance: 4,098 Time: 2:08 Temp: 55° Highlights: RHP Duke von Schamann pitched his first career complete game while going 8.0 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 6 SO (105 pitches - career-high) and retired the final 13 batters he faced from the last out in the fourth inning to the last out of the eighth. CF Barrett Barnes was the only Red Raider with a multi-hit game going 2-for-4 with two doubles. 3B Reid Redman (1-for-3) had Tech’s only RBI. LF Brennan Moore had a highlight catch in the fourth inning while robbing a 2-run homer from 3B Davy Wright.

GAME 5: #18 St. John’s 1 at Texas Tech 4

GAME 10: No. 24 Texas Tech 1 vs. No. 4 Arkansas 3

GAME 15: No. 26 Texas Tech 4 at No. 26 TCU 7

Feb. 24 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas #18 St. John’s (1-3) 000 000 001 1 7 2 Texas Tech (4-1) 100 000 30X 4 8 0 WP: von Schamann (2-0) LP: Hansen (0-2) S: None Attendance: 2,625 Time: 2:31 Temp: 52° Highlights: RHP Duke von Schamann tallied his second straight shutout performance going 7.0 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 5 SO and improved streak to 13.1 innings without allowing a walk in the win. Barrett Barnes hit his 26th career home run with his first career inside-the-park (CF wall) homer while driving in all three runs in the seventh. Reid Redman (2-for-4, RBI) drove in Jamodrick McGruder (1-for-3, 2 runs) in the first inning. John Neely pitched the ninths while retiring three straight with the bases loaded.

Mar. 2 ● Minute Maid Park ● Houston, Texas No. 24 Texas Tech (8-2) 000 001 000 1 7 0 No. 4 Arkansas (9-1) 200 100 00X 3 7 0 WP: Stanek (3-0) LP: von Schamann (2-1) S: Astin (2) Attendance: ----- Time: 2:25 Temp: 78° Highlights: RHP Duke von Schamann recorded careerhighs in innings (7.1), strikeouts (7) and pitches (104) while notching his third straight 7.0 IP start (first for a Red Raider in over 11 years to start a season) but a two-run homer by Arkansas in the first was all the Hogs would need. 3B Reid Redman (2-for-3, RBI) was the only Red Raider with a multi-hit game and Tim Proudfoot (1-for-3) was the only Tech player to score a run. von Schamann finished strong striking out a pair in both the sixth and seventh innings.

Mar. 12 ● Lupton Stadium ● Fort Worth, Texas No. 26 Texas Tech (10-5) 003 000 100 4 9 1 No. 26 TCU (7-6) 002 005 00X 7 13 0 WP: Morrison (3-0) LP: Masek (1-1) S: Merck (4) Attendance: 4,527 Time: 2:37 Temp: 75° Highlights: Texas Tech carried a 3-2 lead into the bottom of the sixth inning with two outs but the Horned Frogs followed with five runs in the sixth to take a two-game series sweep over the Red Raiders. The five runs marked the most allowed by Tech this season. C Bo Altobelli led Texas Tech going 3-for-4 while Bryant Burleson added a multi-hit performance (2-for-3). Trey Masek (2.2 IP, 5 H, 5 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 2 SO) suffered the loss for Tech. Jerad McCrummen and Aaron Corwin each pitched a scoreless frame in relief.

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME RECAPS GAME 16: Alabama A&M 1 at #27 Texas Tech 21

GAME 21: Florida Gulf Coast 4 at Texas Tech 11

GAME 26: New Mexico State 7 at Texas Tech 6

Mar. 13 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Alabama A&M (5-13) 010 000 000 1 2 0 #27 Texas Tech (11-5) 004 844 01X 21 19 0 WP: Shellhorn (3-1) LP: Adams (1-2) S: None Attendance: 3,309 Time: 2:28 Temp: 77° Highlights: Texas Tech scored its most runs since 2010 (21 at Kansas) and its most runs in a home game since Opening Day 2006 (21 vs. Louisiana-Monroe) while every starting position player had at least one base hit. Six Tech players had multi-hit games, led by 2B Bryant Burleson (3-for-6, 2 runs, 2 2B, 5 RBI). LHP Rusty Shellhorn earned the win in a predetermined 3.0 IP start. Four Tech pitchers (Shellhorn, Parten, Br. Stewart, Wheeler) combined retired 21 consecutive batters (3rd-9th) to end the game.

Mar. 20 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Florida Gulf Coast (8-12) 000 000 031 4 8 2 Texas Tech (13-8) 204 001 40X 11 15 1 WP: Paiz (2-0) LP: Patrick (0-1) S: None Attendance: 2,368 Time: 3:07 Temp: 51° Highlights: RHP David Paiz threw five shutout innings allowing just two hits and five Red Raiders finished with multiple hits, including Barrett Barnes (2-for-3), Scott LeJeune (2-for-5, 3 RBI), Kevin Whitehead (2-for-5), Reid Redman (2-for-5) and Bo Altobelli (2-for-4). Tech used a pair of big innings scoring four in the third and four in the seventh to lead them to their seventh straight midweek win dating back to last season. McGruder and LeJeune led Tech with three RBI each.

Mar. 27 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas New Mexico State (22-8) 001 130 002 7 10 0 Texas Tech (15-11) 002 211 000 6 10 1 WP: Mack (2-1) LP: Masek (1-3) S: Coffman (5) Attendance: 2,348 Time: 3:19 Temp: 86° Highlights: New Mexico State trailed by a run going into the ninth inning but ended up taking the lead in the top of the ninth with two runs off Tech’s closer RHP Trey Masek. Seven of Tech’s final nine batters struck out in the game, including all three batters in the ninth against Aggies closer Scott Coffman. Jamodrick McGruder (3-for-4, 2 RBI) had his fifth consecutive multi-hit game and Barrett Barnes hit his team-leading sixth home run of the season with his 30 career homer.

GAME 17: Alabama A&M 5 at #27 Texas Tech 25

GAME 22: Florida Gulf Coast 8 at Texas Tech 14

GAME 27: Texas Tech 3 at Kansas 1

Mar. 14 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Alabama A&M (5-14) 000 011 210 5 8 5 #27 Texas Tech (12-5) 504 257 02X 25 23 4 WP: Paiz (1-0) LP: Tucker (0-1) S: None Attendance: 2,615 Time: 2:32 Temp: 66° Highlights: Texas Tech scored 20-plus runs for the second straight game and two Red Raiders had career-games while freshman shortstop Tim Proudfoot went 4-for-6 with a double, grand slam (1st career HR), four runs and six RBI and sophomore catcher Mason Randolph went 4-for-6 and also had six RBI. Six Tech players had multi-hit games and four relievers combined struck out nine batters. It marked Texas Tech’s most runs scored in a game since scoring 30 runs against Harvard in 2004.

Mar. 21 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Florida Gulf Coast (8-13) 003 200 021 8 14 1 Texas Tech (14-8) 102 434 00X 14 16 1 WP: Shellhorn (4-1) LP: Bixler (2-3) S: None Attendance: 2,591 Time: 3:05 Temp: 46° Highlights: Seven Red Raiders had multi-hit games while eight of Tech’s 16 hits were for extra bases. Tech outscored the Eagles 11-2 from the 4th-6th inning and never looked back. Jamodrick McGruder (3-for-4, 4 runs, 2 RBI, double, triple), Scott LeJeune (2-for-2, 3 RBI, double), Reid Redman (2-for-4, 2 RBI, 2 doubles) and Jordan Lopez (3-for-4, 2 runs, double, RBI) led the offensive charge. LHP Rusty Shellhorn earned the win (2.0 IP, 2 H, 3 SO) and Brannon Easterling got the start in his Tech debut.

Mar. 30 ● Hoglund Ballpark ● Lawrence, Kan. Texas Tech (16-11, 2-5) 010 000 011 3 8 1 Kansas (10-15, 0-4) 100 000 000 1 2 1 WP: von Schamann (4-3) LP: Duncan (3-4) S: None Attendance: 1,193 Time: 2:16 Temp: 76° Highlights: RHP Duke von Schamann threw his second straight complete game while not allowing an earned run for the second straight start. He finished with a two-hitter and six strikeouts allowing one walk. He becomes the first Tech pitcher to throw back-to-back complete games since 2005 and his two hits allowed in a complete game are the fewest by a Tech pitcher in over 11 years. Bo Altobelli (2for-4) scored two of Tech’s three runs while Tim Proudfoot and Brennan Moore each tallied RBI.

GAME 18: #27 Texas Tech 4 at Baylor 9

GAME 23: #27 Oklahoma 1 at Texas Tech 6

GAME 28: Texas Tech 2 at Kansas 5

Mar. 16 ● Baylor Ballpark ● Waco, Texas #27 Texas Tech (12-6, 0-1) 000 200 200 4 9 0 Baylor (12-7, 1-0) 100 321 20X 9 16 0 WP: Turley (2-0) LP: von Schamann (2-3) S: Browder (1) Attendance: 2,790 Time: 3:00 Temp: 75° Highlights: CF Barrett Barnes hit a two-run homer over the 16-foot center-field wall in the fourth inning to give Tech a 2-1 lead, but Baylor answered with six unanswered runs in the middle innings to win the Big 12 opener for both teams. Scott LeJeune (2-for-4) and Reid Redman (2for-4) had multi-hit games while RHP Duke von Schamann (5.0 IP, 10 H, 6 R, 6 ER, 4 BB, 2 SO - 92 pitches). Baylor’s 3-6 hole batters combined went 10-for-19 with four runs, four doubles and four RBI.

Mar. 23 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Oklahoma (13-10, 0-4) 000 000 010 1 6 1 Texas Tech (15-8, 1-3) 100 110 03X 6 12 1 WP: von Schamann (3-3) LP: John (3-4) S: None Attendance: 3,277 Time: 2:29 Temp: 73° Highlights: RHP Duke von Schamann pitched his second complete-game of the season and his first-ever 9.0 IP complete game (9.0 IP, 6 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 3 SO - 104/82). DH Jamodrick McGruder hit two triples and collected three hits in the game while also scoring a pair of runs. Freshman Bryant Burleson went 3-for-4 with a run and an RBI and junior catcher Bo Altobelli also went 2-for-4. Tech’s 6-9 hole batters hit a combined .500 (8-for-16) with four runs and four RBI.

Mar. 31 ● Hoglund Ballpark ● Lawrence, Kan. Texas Tech (16-12, 2-6) 010 010 000 2 7 1 Kansas (11-15, 1-4) 020 210 00X 5 9 0 WP: Benjamin (2-2) LP: Neely (2-3) S: Poppe (4) Attendance: 999 Time: 2:18 Temp: 82° Highlights: Kansas took its first lead scoring a pair of unearned runs in the second inning and then added two more runs in the fourth and never looked back winning its first Big 12 game of the season. C Bo Altobelli led Tech going 3-for-4 with a career-high two doubles, a run scored and an RBI. Altobelli scored Tech’s first run of the game in the second inning while stealing home. SS Tim Proudfoot went 2-for-5 with a double and Barrett Barnes (1-for-4) and Jamodrick McGruder (1-for-5) also had base hits.

GAME 19: #27 Texas Tech 3 at Baylor 4

GAME 24: #27 Oklahoma 5 at Texas Tech 3

GAME 29: Texas Tech 3 at Kansas 9

Mar. 17 ● Baylor Ballpark ● Waco, Texas #27 Texas Tech (12-7, 0-2) 000 101 100 3 7 2 Baylor (13-7, 2-0) 000 012 01X 4 10 0 WP: Kuntz (2-2) LP: McCrummen (0-1) S: None Attendance: 2,856 Time: 2:47 Temp: 78° Highlights: Texas Tech took a 1-0 lead and later tied the game at 7-7 in the seventh but Baylor took the lead for good in the eighth inning to win the series. SS Tim Proudfoot went 2-for-4 while hitting his sixth double of the season (11th extra-base hit) and 1B Scott LeJeune went 2-for-3 with an RBI while hitting his 50th career double. RHP Jerad McCrummen took the loss while allowing the game-winning run in the eighth inning (0.2 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 2 SO).

Mar. 24 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Oklahoma (14-10, 1-4) 210 010 001 5 10 1 Texas Tech (15-9, 1-4) 101 000 010 3 8 0 WP: Overton (4-0) LP: Neely (2-2) S: None Attendance: 4,187 Time: 2:25 Temp: 85° Highlights: RHP John Neely made his first Big 12 start since 2010 on Saturday. He finished with a no decision and with the following: 7.0 IP, 7 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 1 BB, 1 SO. Jamodrick McGruder (2-for-4, run) and Barrett Barnes (2-for-4) were the only Red Raiders to finish with multi-hits. Barnes hit his team-leading fifth homer of the season and 29 home runs for his career. Tech relievers Brennan Stewart (1.2 IP, 1 H, 1 R, 1 ER) and Jerad McCrummen (0.1 IP, 2 H) each tallied work on Saturday.

Apr. 1 ● Hoglund Ballpark ● Lawrence, Kan. Texas Tech (16-13, 2-7) 000 000 210 3 9 2 Kansas (12-15, 2-4) 320 400 00X 9 11 1 WP: Taylor (3-3) LP: Paiz (2-2) S: None Attendance: 1,039 Time: 2:38 Temp: 83° Highlights: Kansas scored five runs in the opening two frames and added four runs in the fourth to take a 9-0 lead in game three. Tech scored two runs in the seventh inning on an RBI fielder’s choice by Brennnan Moore and by an RBI single up the middle by Tim Proudfoot. The Red Raiders’ third and final run came in the eighth on a groundball double play. RHP David Paiz (1.2 IP, 4 H, 5 R, 5 ER, 2 BB, 2 SO - 42 pitches). Jamodrick McGruder (2-for-5), Scott LeJeune (2-for-4) and Bryant Burleson (2-for-4) led Tech offensively.

GAME 20: #27 Texas Tech 1 at Baylor 8

GAME 25: #27 Oklahoma 8 at Texas Tech 2

GAME 30: Angelo State 8 at Texas Tech 13

Mar. 17 ● Baylor Ballpark ● Waco, Texas #27 Texas Tech (12-8, 0-3) 000 000 100 1 7 2 Baylor (14-7, 2-1) 004 000 40X 8 8 1 WP: Garner (2-2) LP: Broyles (2-1) S: None Attendance: 2,496 Time: 3:01 Temp: 72° Highlights: Two big innings gave Baylor the series sweep - its first over Tech in Waco since 1999. Texas Tech had only one player with multiple hits as freshman Tim Proudfoot led the way going 2-for-5 with the team’s only RBI. Jamodrick McGruder hit Tech’s only extra-base hit with a double to left center field to lead off the game. RHP Shane Broyles suffered his first loss of the season (2.2 IP, 4 H, 4 R, 3 ER, 2 BB, 2 SO - 60 pitches) while Trey Masek matched a careerhigh with six strike outs and threw four innings.

Mar. 25 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Oklahoma (15-10, 2-4) 021 100 103 8 13 2 Texas Tech (15-10, 1-5) 000 200 000 2 11 4 WP: Okert (3-2) LP: Masek (1-2) S: None Attendance: 3,472 Time: 3:15 Temp: 76° Highlights: Oklahoma took an early 4-0 lead after four innings and that was all they would need. RHP Trey Masek got his first start of the season and finished going 3.2 IP, 6 H, 4 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 2 SO in the loss. Tech was led at the plate by Jamodrick McGruder (2-for-4), Bryant Burleson (2-for-4) and Brennan Moore (2-for-4). Texas Tech used six pitchers in the contest. Oklahoma reliever Steven Okert entered in the fifth inning with two outs - taking out starter Jonathan Gray - and finished throwing 4.0 scoreless innings.

Apr. 3 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Angelo State (23-10) 302 000 201 8 11 2 Texas Tech (17-13) 028 020 10X 13 15 0 WP: McCrummen (1-1) LP: Albert (0-2) S: None Attendance: 2,382 Time: 3:01 Temp: 67° Highlights: After trailing 5-2 going into the bottom of the third inning, Texas Tech exploded for eight runs while sending 11 batters to the plate with seven base hits in the frame. Tech’s 1-4 hole batters combined went 10-for-14 with six runs and seven RBI. Mason Randolph hit his first career home run in the second inning - a two run shot while going 2-for-4 with three RBI in the game. RHP Jerad McCrummen picked up his first win of the season pitching 3.2 perfect innings in relief.

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME RECAPS GAME 31: #25 Texas 7 at Texas Tech 4

GAME 36: Houston 1 at Texas Tech 7

GAME 41: Texas Tech 2 at Oklahoma State 5

Apr. 5 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas #25 Texas (16-11, 6-1) 000 024 100 7 10 0 Texas Tech (17-14, 2-8) 001 030 000 4 8 1 WP: Thornhill (4-2) LP: Br. Stewart (0-1) S: Knebel (6) Attendance: 3,216 Time: 2:51 Temp: 81° Highlights: 1B Scott LeJeune hit a three-run homer to give Tech a 4-2 lead after five innings but Texas answered immediately with four runs in the sixth and added a run in the seventh to win the series opener. Tech starter RHP Trey Masek held a perfect game through four innings and finished the game giong 5.0 IP while allowing just one hit with three runs (2 ER) with two strikeouts but issued four walks. Jamodrick McGruder (2-for-5), Barrett Barnes (2-for3) and Brennan Moore (2-for-4) had a pair of hits.

Apr. 14 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Houston (12-20-1) 000 000 010 1 15 2 Texas Tech (21-15) 100 030 30X 7 12 0 WP: von Schamann (5-3) LP: Mannisto (1-2) S: None Attendance: 2,762 Time: 2:46 Temp: 88° Highlights: RHP Duke von Schamann scattered 11 hits in seven scoreless innings with four strikeouts winning his team-leading fifth game. Jamodrick McGruder, Barrett Barnes , Scott LeJeune and Bo Altobelli combined went 9-for-16 to lead the Tech hitters while the four tallied six runs and all seven of the team’s RBI. The Red Raiders scored a run in the first and added two three-run innings in the fifth and seventh. It marked the Red Raiders first three-game series win of the season.

Apr. 21 ● Allie P. Reynolds Stadium ● Stillwater, Okla. Texas Tech (22-19, 3-11) 000 000 200 2 7 0 Oklahoma St (21-17, 7-7) 000 000 14X 5 10 0 WP: Stevens (4-4) LP: Broyles (2-2) S: None Attendance: 3,758 Time: 2:19 Temp: 67° Highlights: Oklahoma State scored four runs in the eighth inning, sparked by a three-run double to right field giving the Cowboys the lead for good. Tech took a 2-0 lead in the seventh on Kevin Whitehead’s first-career triple, scoring Bo Altobelli, and on Nick Hanslik’s RBI infield base hit. Both seventh-inning runs came with two outs. Duke von Schamann notched his 9th seven-plus inning start (10 total starts) going 7.0 IP, 6 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 0 BB, 6 SO. McGruder (2-for-4) and Whitehead (2-for-3) had multi-hit games.

GAME 32: #25 Texas 6 at Texas Tech 7 (14)

GAME 37: Houston 9 at Texas Tech 10 (12)

GAME 42: Texas Tech 1 at Oklahoma State 7

Apr. 6 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas #25 Texas (16-12, 6-2) 000 200 200 000 02 6 12 3 Texas Tech (18-14, 3-8) 000 310 000 000 03 7 12 1 WP: Parten (1-0) LP: Knebel (2-1) S: None Attendance: 4,281 Time: 4:16 Temp: 86° Highlights: 3B Bryant Burleson drove in the game-tying and winning run in the bottom of the 14th inning with a two-out, two-run single to right field. It marked Tech’s most innings played in a game since 2002 (15 inn. vs. K-State) and its longest (time) since 2008 (4 hrs., 32 min. at A&M). Scott LeJeune went 4-for-7 with two doubels, two runs and three RBI, Jamodrick McGruder went 3-for-7 with two runs and Barrett Barnes went 2-for-3. Shane Broyles pitched lights out in relief (5.1 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 6 SO).

Apr. 15 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Houston (12-21-1) 001 000 062 000 9 13 0 Texas Tech (22-15) 021 300 300 001 10 19 2 WP: McCrummen (2-1) LP: Morehouse (1-2) S: None Attendance: 2,619 Time: 4:12 Temp: 61° Highlights: Leading 9-1 following seven innings, Tech found themselves tied, 9-9, going into extra-innings. Tech’s lead disappeared following a Houston six-run eighth and a two-run ninth to tie the game. Junior OF Nick Hanslik scored the game-winning run in the 12th on Barrett Barnes’ infield single to the shortstop. Hanslik went 4-for-6 with two runs and two RBI, Mason Randolph went 4-for-5 and four other Tech players had multi-hit games. Jerad McCrummen pitched the final 2.2 innings to earn the win.

Apr. 22 ● Allie P. Reynolds Stadium ● Stillwater, Okla. Texas Tech (22-20, 3-12) 001 000 000 1 4 2 Oklahoma St (22-17, 8-7) 101 302 00X 7 10 1 WP: McCurry (3-2) LP: Masek (1-4) S: None Attendance: 512 Time: 2:32 Temp: 67° Highlights: Tech scored its only run in the third on a passed ball and finished with just four base hits while the Cowboys improved to 19-3 at home this season with their second Big 12 series sweep of the season (Kansas). The Red Raiders were led by 2B Jamodrick McGruder who reached base all four times while going 2-for-2 with a walk, hit-by-pitch and a stolen base. It marked McGruder’s 30th stolen base of the season (81st career). Masek (5.0 IP, 8 H, 5 R, 5 ER, 1 BB, 4 SO) took the loss.

GAME 33: #25 Texas 14 at Texas Tech 3

GAME 38: New Mexico 10 at Texas Tech 3

GAME 43: Texas Tech 9 at New Mexico 5

Apr. 7 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas #25 Texas (17-12, 7-2) 000 401 324 14 19 3 Texas Tech (18-15, 3-9) 100 001 010 3 6 2 WP: Jacquez (2-1) LP: Neely (2-4) S: Curtiss (2) Attendance: 4,212 Time: 3:35 Temp: 68° Highlights: Texas Tech lost the series finale against Texas after trailing just 5-2 in the bottom of the sixth. The Longhorns scored nine runs in the final three frames along with 19 base hits to win their ninth straight series over the Red Raiders. SS Tim Proudfoot hit his second home run of the season while being the only Red Raider with a multi-hit game going 2-for-5. Kevin Whitehead went 1-for-2 with two walks, a run scored and an RBI. RHP John Neely took the loss going 4.0 IP 5 H, 4 R, 3 ER, 0 BB, 3 SO.

Apr. 17 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas New Mexico (18-18) 000 242 200 10 12 1 Texas Tech (22-16) 000 100 011 3 12 2 WP: Jaramillo (3-3) LP: Shellhorn (4-2) S: None Attendance: 2,638 Time: 2:59 Temp: 77° Highlights: LHP Rusty Shellhorn was perfect through three innings and then New Mexico scored six runs in the fourth and fifth innings combined to run away with the game. C Bo Altobelli went 4-for-5, notching his second career four-hit game, while eight other Red Raiders tallied one hit each. Shellhorn took the loss going 5.0 IP, 6 H, 6 R, 6 ER, 2 BB, 2 SO (83 pitches). Despite the seven-run loss, Texas Tech matched New Mexico with 12 base hits while both team recorded three walks each.

Apr. 24 ● Isotopes Park ● Albuquerque, N.M. Texas Tech (23-20) 004 021 200 9 11 0 New Mexico (22-19) 011 111 000 5 15 3 WP: McCrummen (3-2) LP: Jaramillo (4-3) S: None Attendance: 1,596 Time: 3:05 Temp: 86° Highlights: Tech used a big four-run third inning and a pair of two run innings to snap a three-game losing streak to New Mexico. Barrett Barnes went 2-for-5 with a double, two runs, a two-run homer and four RBI to lead Tech. The Red Raiders 1-5 hole hitters were a combined 10-for-22 with eight runs and five RBI. Jerad McCrummen pitched 0.2 innings in relief to earn the win while giving up just one hit without allowing a run. Tech used five relievers in the win while starting pitcher Rusty Shellhorn went 4.1 IP.

GAME 34: Dallas Baptist 1 at Texas Tech 7

GAME 39: New Mexico 6 at Texas Tech 4

GAME 44: Texas Tech 13 at New Mexico 14

Apr. 11 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Dallas Baptist (21-10) 000 001 000 1 9 1 Texas Tech (19-15) 000 002 41X 7 9 0 WP: Corwin (1-0) LP: Gilbreath (1-3) S: None Attendance: 2,335 Time: 2:29 Temp: 78° Highlights: Following five innings of scoreless baseball, Texas Tech pushed across seven runs in its final three times at the plate while Barrett Barnes (2-for-4, 3B, 3 RBI) and Bryant Burleson (2-for-4, RBI) led the way at the plate. Jamodrick McGruder tied a career-high with three walks, he scored two runs and had two stolen bases. RHP Aaron Corwin pitched 1.1 innings in relief to earn his first win of the season. LHP Rusty Shellhorn pitched five scoreless innings (3 H, 2 SO) in his fifth start of the season.

Apr. 18 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas New Mexico (19-18) 100 200 210 6 13 1 Texas Tech (22-17) 000 100 030 4 7 0 WP: Wolff (1-2) LP: Easterling (0-1) S: McClain (1) Attendance: 2,392 Time: 3:05 Temp: 73° Highlights: Brannon Easterling started for the Red Raiders and gave up three runs (all earned) on seven hits in 3.2 innings and allowed one walk in the loss. RF Nick Hanslik stayed hot at the plate for Tech going 3-for-4 with an RBI. Hanslik is batting .538 (7-for-13) over his last three games played. CF Barrett Barnes continued his hit streak going 1-for-3, with a triple down the RF line in the eighth - to move his streak to 10 straight games with at least one hit. Stephen Hagen added a pinch-hit RBI single for Tech.

Apr. 25 ● Isotopes Park ● Albuquerque, N.M. Texas Tech (23-21) 241 051 000 13 14 3 New Mexico (23-19) 125 001 104 14 19 2 WP: McClain (1-1) LP: Br. Stewart (0-2) S: None Attendance: 1,361 Time: 3:24 Temp: 79° Highlights: New Mexico scored four runs in the bottom of the ninth inning while Tech squandered its first multiple run lead in the ninth inning (during a loss) since 2006. New Mexico won the game with five base hits in the ninth inning to erase a 13-10 deficit. The Red Raiders had five players with multi-hit games, including Stephen Hagen who extended his career-best hit streak to nine games and went 3-for-4 with a double and home run with two RBI. Brennan Moore had a career-high three hits going 3-for-4.

GAME 35: Houston 4 at Texas Tech 15

GAME 40: Texas Tech 1 at Oklahoma State 2

GAME 45: Missouri 9 at Texas Tech 0

Apr. 13 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Houston (12-19-1) 200 001 010 4 8 4 Texas Tech (20-15) 300 320 16X 15 13 2 WP: Neely (3-4) LP: Hernandez (0-2) S: None Attendance: 2,929 Time: 2:41 Temp: 82° Highlights: Bo Altobelli hit his second career grand slam and went 2-for-5 with a career-high five RBI while four Tech players had multi-hit games. RHP John Neely went 6.0 IP, 4 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 2 BB, 2 SO in the win while three Red Raider relievers combined allowed just one run over the final three innings. Tim Proudfoot doubled and went 2-for4 with three runs and an RBI and Stephen Hagen doubled and went 2-for-5 with two RBI. Tech took a 3-2 lead in the bottom of the first and held the lead the rest of the game.

Apr. 20 ● Allie P. Reynolds Stadium ● Stillwater, Okla. Texas Tech (22-18, 3-10) 000 010 000 1 6 0 Oklahoma St (20-17, 6-7) 000 001 001 2 7 1 WP: Barnes (4-3) LP: McCrummen (2-2) S: None Attendance: 485 Time: 2:19 Temp: 64° Highlights: Oklahoma State scored the game-winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning with the bases loaded and one out with a sacrifice fly to left field giving the Cowboys the series opening win. RHP John Neely took a no-decision going 6.1 IP, 5 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 5 SO (93 pitches). Scott LeJeune was the only Red Raider with a multi-hit game going 2-for-4. Nick Hanslik drove in Tech’s only run with an RBI single to left field in the fifth inning. Stephen Hagen (1-for-3, double) scored Tech’s only run.

Apr. 27 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Missouri (23-17, 7-9) 000 710 010 9 15 1 Texas Tech (23-22, 3-13) 000 000 000 0 7 3 WP: Zastryzny (4-2) LP: Neely (3-5) S: None Attendance: 2,856 Time: 2:25 Temp: 88° Highlights: Missouri starting LHP Rob Zastryzny threw a complete-game, seven-hit shuout allowing just seven base hits and two walks with five strikeouts while throwing 112 pitches in his first complete game. The shutout snapped Tech’s Big12-best active streak of 91 consecutive games without being shutout (3/4/11 vs. TCU). Tech was led at the plate by Bo Altobelli (4-for-4) and Jamodrick McGruder (2-for-4). RF Jordan Lopez (1-for-3) had Tech’s only other base hit in the game.

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME RECAPS GAME 46: Missouri 3 at Texas Tech 4

GAME 51: Texas Tech 8 at #9 Texas A&M 4 (12)

Apr. 28 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Missouri (23-18, 7-10) 000 201 000 3 4 0 Texas Tech (24-22, 4-13) 130 000 00X 4 10 3 WP: von Schamann (6-3) LP: Holovach (5-3) S: Masek (2) Attendance: 3,224 Time: 2:42 Temp: 83° Highlights: Tech’s pitching staff combined on a four-hitter while not allowing an earned run. Tech out-hit Missouri, 10-4, but three errors by the Red Raiders allowed all three runs by the Tigers, including a two-run homer in the fourth. RHP Duke von Schamann earned his sixth win (most by a Red Raider starting pitcher since 2006) while allowing just two hits and three runs (0 ER) with three strikeouts and four walks. Jamodrick McGruder went 2-for4 with a run scored, stolen base and game-winning RBI.

May 6 ● Blue Bell Park ● College Station, Texas Texas Tech (27-24, 6-15) 001 010 110 004 8 17 0 #9 Texas A&M (34-14, 13-8) 010 010 011 000 4 10 1 WP: Wheeler (1-0) LP: Martin (5-5) S: None Attendance: 4,389 Time: 4:34 Temp: 85° Highlights: Texas Tech played its longest game of the season with a four hour and 34 minute contest that ended with the Red Raiders plating four runs in the 12th inning on Stephen Hagen’s (2-for-5) game-winning solo homer to lead off the inning and with Scott LeJeune’s (2-for-7) three-run double. Reid Redman went 4-for-7, Jamodrick McGruder went 3-for-6 with three runs and Jordan Lopez went 3-for-4 with two runs and an RBI. Tech out-hit A&M 17-10 while Andre Wheeler won his first career game.

GAME 47: Missouri 0 at Texas Tech 7

GAME 52: Texas Tech 5 at #27 Dallas Baptist 0

Apr. 29 ● Rip Griffin Park ● Lubbock, Texas Missouri (23-19, 7-11) 000 000 000 0 4 0 Texas Tech (25-22, 5-13) 010 240 00X 7 10 0 WP: Shellhorn (5-2) LP: Graves (3-5) S: None Attendance: 3,018 Time: 2:05 Temp: 67° Highlights: LHP Rusty Shellhorn won his first career Big 12 game while matching career-highs with seven innings pitched and seven strikeouts on four days rest after pitching 4.1 IP on Tuesday. Shellhorn retired the first eight batters of the game, he then allowed a single and a walk before retiring the next 12 batters in a row. LF Brennan Moore led all players going 3-for-3 with a triple and two RBI while senior 3B Reid Redman went 2-for-3, including a two-run single to spark a four-run fifth inning.

May 8 ● Patriot Field ● Dallas, Texas Texas Tech (28-24) 012 200 000 5 7 0 #27 Dallas Baptist (34-15) 000 000 000 0 6 4 WP: Flora (1-0) LP: Calhoun (3-2) S: None Attendance: 364 Time: 2:12 Temp: 75° Highlights: Ben Flora threw six-shutout innings to lead the Red Raiders to their third shutout win of the season. Tech’s shutout snapped DBU’s 184 consecutive game streak without being shutout at home (dates to 2006). It marked Tech’s fourth straight win over DBU in Dallas and the first time since 2010 that Tech swept the series over the Patriots. Scott LeJeune (2-for-5) and Bryant Burleson (2-for-4) led the way at the plate while Shane Broyles and Daniel Coulombe also had scoreless relief outings.

GAME 48: Texas Tech 12 at New Mexico State 7 May 1 ● Presley Askew Field ● Las Cruces, N.M. Texas Tech (26-22) 000 433 002 12 15 1 New Mexico State (30-14) 104 100 001 7 11 1 WP: Br. Stewart (1-2) LP: Collins (3-4) S: None Attendance: 501 Time: 3:11 Temp: 87° Highlights: 1B Stephen Hagen hit two three-run homers and finished going 2-for-4 with three runs scored and six RBI. Scott LeJeune went 3-for-5, Barrett Barnes went 2-for3 with three runs and hit his eighth home run of the year (32nd career) in the win. Brennan Stewart (2.0 IP), Daniel Coulombe (2.1 IP) and Shane Broyles (1.2 IP) combined pitched the final six innings while allowing just wto runs with seven strikeouts. Tech put the game away out-scoring the Aggies 10-1 during the middle innings (4th-6th).

GAME 49: Texas Tech 2 at #9 Texas A&M 4 May 4 ● Blue Bell Park ● College Station, Texas Texas Tech (26-23, 5-14) 000 002 000 2 9 2 #9 Texas A&M (33-13, 12-7) 101 001 01X 4 6 2 WP: Wacha (7-0) LP: Neely (3-6) S: Martin (3) Attendance: 5,178 Time: 2:46 Temp: 90° Highlights: 3B Reid Redman was the only Red Raider with a multi-hit game going 2-for-5 with a double. SS Tim Proudfoot also hit a double going 1-for-3. Eight Texas Tech players finished with one base hit. Tech had an opportunity to tie the game in the eighth inning with runners at second and third base with one out. A&M reliever Kyle Martin followed with back-to-back called-strike three strikeouts to RF Jordan Lopez and LF Nick Hanslik. John Neely (5.1 IP, 5 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 3 SO) took the loss.

GAME 50: Texas Tech 2 at #9 Texas A&M 7 May 5 ● Blue Bell Park ● College Station, Texas Texas Tech (26-24, 5-15) 100 100 000 2 5 0 #9 Texas A&M (34-13, 13-7) 220 210 000 7 8 1 WP: Stripling (8-2) LP: Shellhorn (5-3) S: None Attendance: 4,775 Time: 2:33 Temp: 90° Highlights: Texas A&M starting pitcher Ross Stripling struck out a career-high 13 batters - most by an Aggie pitcher all season - while Texas Tech LHP Rusty Shellhorn allowed four home runs (2 2-run HR, 2 solo), which marked a first for a Red Raider pitcher since April 4, 2009 (A.J. Ramos, 4 HR allowed vs. No. 11 Texas A&M in Lubbock). C Bo Altobelli went 2-for-3 with a double, run scored and RBI and 2B Jamodrick McGruder went 2-for-4 with a double and run scored to lead the Red Raiders at the plate.

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL PITCHERS GAME-BY-GAME #32 SHANE BROYLES - RHP Date 2/18 2/26 3/4 3/12 3/18 3/21 3/25 3/27 3/31 4/6 4/11 4/14 4/15 4/18 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/28 5/1 5/6 5/8

Opponent GS IP TENNESSEE TECH * 7.1 #18 ST. JOHN’S * 7.2 vs. Houston * 5.0 at #26 TCU * 3.1 at Baylor * 2.2 FLORIDA GULF COAST 0.1 #27 OKLAHOMA 0.2 NEW MEXICO STATE 1.1 at Kansas 3.1 #25 TEXAS 5.1 DALLAS BAPTIST 1.1 HOUSTON 2.0 HOUSTON 1.0 NEW MEXICO 1.0 at Oklahoma State 1.0 at Oklahoma State 1.0 at New Mexico 1.1 MISSOURI 1.2 at New Mexico State 1.2 at #9 Texas A&M 2.2 at #27 Dallas Baptist 2.0

Date 3/3 3/12 3/14 3/21 3/25 4/1 4/5 4/11 4/15 4/18 4/25

Opponent GS IP vs. #4 Rice 1.0 at #26 TCU 1.0 ALABAMA A&M 1.0 FLORIDA GULF COAST 2.0 #27 OKLAHOMA 0.1 at Kansas 1.1 #25 TEXAS 2.1 DALLAS BAPTIST 1.1 HOUSTON 0.1 NEW MEXICO 0.2 at New Mexico 1.1

Date 2/19 2/25 4/3 4/24 4/28 5/1 5/4 5/6 5/8

Opponent #31 MISSOURI STATE NORTHERN ILLINOIS ANGELO STATE at New Mexico MISSOURI at New Mexico State at #9 Texas A&M at #9 Texas A&M at #27 Dallas Baptist

Date 3/21 3/27 4/3 4/18

Opponent GS IP FLORIDA GULF COAST * 2.2 NEW MEXICO STATE * 3.0 ANGELO STATE * 1.0 NEW MEXICO * 3.2

Date 2/18 3/3 3/6 3/14 3/16 3/20 3/25 4/3 4/7 4/11 4/15 4/18 4/22 4/24 4/25 5/1 5/8

Opponent GS IP TENNESSEE TECH 0.0 vs. #4 Rice 0.2 at #10 Arizona State 0.1 ALABAMA A&M 1.0 at Baylor 0.1 FLORIDA GULF COAST 0.1 #27 OKLAHOMA 0.0 ANGELO STATE 0.0 #25 TEXAS 0.0 DALLAS BAPTIST 0.2 HOUSTON 0.1 NEW MEXICO 0.2 at Oklahoma State 2.0 at New Mexico 0.1 at New Mexico 2.0 at New Mexico State 1.0 at #27 Dallas Baptist * 6.0

H 6 4 7 7 4 1 0 2 1 1 1 4 3 0 4 2 1 0 3 2 1

R ER BB 5 4 0 2 2 2 4 4 1 2 2 2 4 3 2 3 3 3 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 3 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0

#16 TREY MASEK - RHP K 6 3 2 1 2 0 0 2 2 6 2 3 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 4 3

NP DEC. 78 W 84 W 76 ND 67 ND 60 L 25 ND 8 ND 20 ND 40 ND 77 ND 16 ND 35 ND 28 ND 12 ND 19 ND 28 ND 29 ND 29 ND 44 ND 57 ND 20 ND

K 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0

NP DEC. 21 ND 2-6 11 ND 4-7 16 ND 25-5 28 ND 14-8 7 ND 2-8 13 ND 3-9 26 ND 4-7 20 W 7-1 17 ND 10-9 20 ND 4-6 35 ND 13-14

K 5 8 1 2 0 4 2 0 2

NP DEC. 67 ND 92 W 21 ND 15 ND 10 ND 41 ND 18 ND 34 ND 13 ND

9-5 5-2 10-4 4-7 1-8 14-8 2-8 6-7 2-5 7-6 7-1 7-1 10-9 4-6 2-5 1-7 9-5 4-3 12-7 8-4 5-0

#30 AARON CORWIN - RHP H 1 1 2 2 0 0 2 2 2 1 2

R ER BB 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 3 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 2

#35 DANIEL COULOMBE - LHP GS IP * 5.1 * 5.0 1.0 0.2 0.0 2.1 1.2 2.1 1.0

H 3 6 1 1 1 1 0 3 2

R ER BB 1 1 1 5 3 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0

2-4 8-5 13-8 9-5 4-3 12-7 2-4 8-4 5-0

#49 BRANNON EASTERLING - RHP H 3 2 4 7

R ER BB 2 2 0 1 1 0 3 3 2 3 3 1

K 0 2 0 0

NP DEC. 30 ND 48 ND 34 ND 47 L

K 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 2

NP DEC. 5 ND 9-5 10 ND 2-6 2 ND 8-4 13 ND 25-5 14 ND 4-9 11 ND 11-4 4 ND 2-8 11 ND 13-8 5 ND 3-14 16 ND 7-1 9 ND 10-9 11 ND 4-6 23 ND 1-7 9 ND 9-5 23 ND 13-14 21 ND 12-7 67 W 5-0

14-8 6-7 13-8 4-6

Date 2/17 2/19 2/24 2/26 2/27 3/4 3/12 3/18 3/21 3/25 3/27 4/5 4/15 4/22 4/28 4/29 5/6

R ER BB 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 1 0 0 1

H 0 1 2 1 0 3 5 3 0 6 1 1 5 8 1 2 4

R ER BB 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 1 4 4 1 0 0 0 4 2 1 1 1 1 3 2 4 1 1 2 5 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 5

#44 RUSTY SHELLHORN - LHP K 3 2 1 3 0 6 2 6 1 2 1 2 4 4 1 2 3

NP DEC. 21 S 21 ND 30 ND 17 ND 12 ND 51 W 52 L 62 ND 9 ND 78 L 31 L 80 ND 104 ND 95 L 10 S 26 ND 97 ND

4-1 8-0 4-1 5-2 3-2 10-4 4-7 1-8 14-8 2-8 6-7 4-7 10-9 1-7 4-3 7-0 8-4

#26 JERAD McCRUMMEN - RHP Date 2/18 2/25 2/27 3/3 3/6 3/12 3/17 3/20 3/25 4/3 4/6 4/7 4/13 4/15 4/18 4/20 4/24 4/25 4/28 5/4 5/6

Opponent GS IP TENNESSEE TECH 1.2 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 3.0 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 1.0 vs. #4 Rice 1.0 at #10 Arizona State 1.0 at #26 TCU 1.0 at Baylor 0.2 FLORIDA GULF COAST 0.1 #27 OKLAHOMA 1.0 ANGELO STATE 3.2 #25 TEXAS 1.0 #25 TEXAS 0.2 HOUSTON 0.1 HOUSTON 2.2 NEW MEXICO 1.1 at Oklahoma State 0.2 at New Mexico 0.2 at New Mexico 1.2 MISSOURI 0.2 at #9 Texas A&M 0.1 at #9 Texas A&M 0.2

Date 2/19 2/24 2/25 2/27 3/6 3/14 3/17 3/23 3/31 4/7 4/13 4/20 4/27 5/4

Opponent #31 MISSOURI STATE #18 ST. JOHN’S NORTHERN ILLINOIS NORTHERN ILLINOIS at #10 Arizona State ALABAMA A&M at Baylor #27 OKLAHOMA at Kansas #25 TEXAS HOUSTON at Oklahoma State MISSOURI at #9 Texas A&M

Date 2/27 3/6 3/14 3/20 3/25 4/1 4/7 4/13 4/27 5/1 5/5

Opponent GS IP NORTHERN ILLINOIS * 5.0 at #10 Arizona State * 3.0 ALABAMA A&M 4.0 FLORIDA GULF COAST * 5.0 #27 OKLAHOMA 2.2 at Kansas * 1.2 #25 TEXAS 0.2 HOUSTON 1.0 MISSOURI 2.2 at New Mexico State * 2.0 at #9 Texas A&M 0.2

Date 2/19 2/26 3/3 3/13 3/16 3/20 3/23 4/3 4/6 4/7 4/17 4/25

Opponent GS IP TENNESSEE TECH 0.1 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 3.0 vs. #4 Rice 1.0 ALABAMA A&M 3.0 at Baylor 2.2 FLORIDA GULF COAST 2.1 #27 OKLAHOMA 0.1 ANGELO STATE 1.1 #25 TEXAS 0.1 #25 TEXAS 1.1 NEW MEXICO 3.0 at New Mexico 2.0

H 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 2 1 0 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 3 0 1 0

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K 2 4 1 2 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

NP DEC. 19 ND 9-5 43 ND 8-5 8 ND 3-2 14 ND 2-6 17 ND 8-4 15 ND 4-7 21 ND 3-4 23 ND 11-4 19 ND 2-8 29 W 13-8 18 ND 7-6 12 ND 3-14 18 ND 15-4 23 W 10-9 22 ND 4-6 14 ND 1-2 8 W 9-5 23 ND 13-14 7 ND 4-3 9 ND 2-4 10 ND 8-4

K 2 2 1 0 2 0 6 1 2 3 2 5 3 3

NP DEC. 37 L 28 ND 9 S 20 W 37 W 9 ND 77 ND 96 L 77 L 73 L 86 W 93 L 92 L 90 L

2-4 4-1 8-5 3-2 8-4 25-5 3-4 3-5 2-5 3-14 15-4 1-2 0-9 2-4

K 4 4 6 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0

NP DEC. 60 ND 39 ND 59 W 70 W 47 ND 42 L 24 ND 16 ND 42 ND 39 ND 16 ND

3-2 8-4 25-5 11-4 2-8 3-9 3-14 15-4 0-9 12-7 2-7

K 0 3 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 3 0

NP DEC. 10 ND 8-0 25 S 10-4 26 ND 2-6 29 ND 21-1 59 ND 4-9 51 ND 11-4 12 ND 3-5 26 ND 13-8 6 W 7-6 38 ND 3-14 82 ND 3-10 52 ND 13-14

#42 JOHN NEELY - RHP

#28 BEN FLORA - LHP H 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 1 3 3

Opponent GS IP MISSOURI STATE 2.0 TENNESSEE TECH 1.2 #18 ST. JOHN’S 1.0 #18 ST. JOHN’S 1.1 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 0.1 vs. Houston 4.0 at #26 TCU 2.2 at Baylor 4.0 FLORIDA GULF COAST 0.2 #27 OKLAHOMA * 3.2 NEW MEXICO STATE 1.0 #25 TEXAS * 5.0 HOUSTON * 6.2 at Oklahoma State * 5.0 MISSOURI 1.0 MISSOURI 2.0 at #9 Texas A&M * 5.0

GS

* * * * * * * * *

IP 2.1 1.0 1.0 1.0 3.0 1.0 4.1 7.0 4.2 4.0 6.0 6.1 4.1 5.1

H 2 2 0 3 3 1 4 7 8 5 4 5 9 5

R ER BB 2 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 4 4 1 5 3 0 4 3 0 3 3 2 1 1 1 8 8 2 3 2 2

#10 DAVID PAIZ - RHP H 0 2 2 2 6 4 2 2 3 2 0

R ER BB 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 5 5 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 2 1 0 0 2

#20 JAMEN PARTEN - RHP H 1 0 2 0 6 1 2 3 0 3 5 7

R ER BB 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 4 4 1 4 3 1 8 6 1

Date 2/19 2/26 3/3 3/13 3/17 3/18 3/21 3/27 4/1 4/5 4/11 4/17 4/24 4/29 5/5

Opponent GS IP TENNESSEE TECH * 7.0 NORTHERN ILLINOIS * 6.0 vs. #4 Rice * 4.1 ALABAMA A&M * 3.0 at Baylor 0.2 at Baylor 0.2 FLORIDA GULF COAST 2.0 NEW MEXICO STATE 1.1 at Kansas 3.0 #25 TEXAS 1.1 DALLAS BAPTIST * 5.0 NEW MEXICO * 5.0 at New Mexico * 4.1 MISSOURI * 7.0 at #9 Texas A&M * 4.1

Date 3/14 3/21 4/17 4/27 5/5

Opponent GS IP ALABAMA A&M 2.0 FLORIDA GULF COAST 0.1 NEW MEXICO 1.0 MISSOURI 1.0 at #9 Texas A&M 1.0

Date 3/13 3/17 3/20 3/24 3/27 4/1 4/3 4/5 4/7 4/13 4/15 4/18 4/20 4/24 4/25 5/1 5/4 5/5 5/6

Opponent GS IP ALABAMA A&M 2.0 at Baylor 2.0 FLORIDA GULF COAST 1.0 #27 OKLAHOMA 1.2 NEW MEXICO STATE 2.0 at Kansas 2.0 ANGELO STATE 1.0 #25 TEXAS 0.1 #25 TEXAS 1.1 HOUSTON 1.2 HOUSTON 0.1 NEW MEXICO 1.0 at Oklahoma State 1.1 at New Mexico 1.2 at New Mexico 0.2 at New Mexico State 2.0 at #9 Texas A&M 0.1 at #9 Texas A&M 2.0 at #9 Texas A&M 0.1

Date 2/17 2/24 3/2 3/11 3/16 3/23 3/30 4/6 4/14 4/21 4/28

Opponent #31 MISSOURI STATE #18 ST. JOHN’S vs. # 4 Arkansas at #26 TCU at Baylor #27 OKLAHOMA at Kansas #25 TEXAS HOUSTON at Oklahoma State MISSOURI

Date 2/19 2/27 3/2 3/6 3/13 3/17 3/18 3/21 3/25 3/27 4/3 4/6 4/7 4/11 4/15 4/18 4/20 4/25 4/27 5/4 5/6

Opponent GS IP #31 MISSOURI STATE 1.1 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 1.2 vs. # 4 Arkansas 0.2 at #10 Arizona State 1.2 ALABAMA A&M 1.0 at Baylor 0.1 at Baylor 0.2 FLORIDA GULF COAST 1.0 #27 OKLAHOMA 0.2 NEW MEXICO STATE 0.1 ANGELO STATE 1.0 #25 TEXAS 0.1 #25 TEXAS 1.0 DALLAS BAPTIST 0.2 HOUSTON 0.2 NEW MEXICO 0.2 at Oklahoma State 0.1 at New Mexico 1.0 MISSOURI 1.0 at #9 Texas A&M 0.1 at #9 Texas A&M 1.0

H 4 8 6 2 1 0 2 3 1 4 3 6 7 2 6

R ER BB 0 0 1 4 3 2 6 5 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 3 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 6 6 2 4 4 1 0 0 1 7 7 1

K 6 7 5 3 0 1 3 2 3 1 2 2 4 7 2

NP DEC. 98 W 87 W 78 L 43 W 10 ND 19 ND 28 ND 46 ND 51 ND 35 ND 77 ND 83 L 72 ND 95 W 91 L

8-0 10-4 2-6 21-1 3-4 1-8 14-8 6-7 3-9 4-7 7-1 3-10 9-5 7-0 2-7

K 0 0 2 2 2

NP DEC. 28 ND 11 ND 16 ND 13 ND 22 ND

25-5 14-8 3-10 0-9 2-7

K 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 1

NP DEC. 20 ND 21-1 13 ND 3-4 25 ND 11-4 12 ND 3-5 33 ND 6-7 41 ND 3-9 12 ND 13-8 6 L 4-7 34 ND 3-14 16 ND 15-4 5 ND 10-9 24 ND 4-6 16 ND 1-2 19 ND 9-5 27 L 13-14 35 ND 12-7 1 ND 2-4 22 ND 2-7 8 ND 8-4

#40 BLAKE STEWART - RHP H 3 3 1 0 1

R ER BB 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

#50 BRENNAN STEWART - RHP H 0 2 3 1 2 6 1 3 5 1 1 2 1 3 4 2 0 1 0

R ER BB 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 2 1 1 1 0 3 3 0 3 3 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

#15 DUKE von SCHAMANN - RHP GS * * * * * * * * * * *

IP 7.0 7.0 7.1 8.0 5.0 9.0 9.0 7.0 7.0 7.0 5.2

H 1 3 7 4 10 6 2 7 11 6 2

R ER BB 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 3 1 2 1 0 6 6 4 1 0 1 1 0 1 4 3 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 3 0 4

K 6 5 7 6 2 3 6 8 4 6 3

NP DEC. 93 W 87 W 104 L 105 L 92 L 104 W 97 W 94 ND 88 W 97 ND 99 W

K 2 2 0 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0

NP DEC. 24 ND 2-4 24 ND 3-2 8 ND 1-3 31 ND 8-4 11 ND 21-1 11 ND 3-4 15 ND 1-8 22 ND 14-8 8 ND 8-2 12 ND 6-7 12 ND 13-8 6 ND 7-6 26 ND 3-14 14 ND 7-1 23 ND 10-9 11 ND 4-6 3 ND 1-2 12 ND 13-14 19 ND 0-9 11 ND 2-4 23 W 8-4

4-1 4-1 1-3 1-2 4-9 6-1 3-1 7-6 7-1 2-5 4-3

#25 ANDRE WHEELER - LHP H 2 0 0 2 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 1 2 2 0 1 0 2 3 0 1

R ER BB 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

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2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL BIG INNINGS (4-PLUS RUNS) TEXAS TECH Date 2/18 2/25 2/26 3/4 3/4 3/6 3/13 3/13 3/13 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/14 3/14 3/20 3/20 4/3 4/11 4/13 4/24 4/25 4/25 4/29 5/1 5/6

Opponent TENNESSEE TECH NORTHERN ILLINOIS NORTHERN ILLINOIS vs. Houston vs. Houston at Arizona State ALABAMA A&M ALABAMA A&M ALABAMA A&M ALABAMA A&M ALABAMA A&M ALABAMA A&M ALABAMA A&M ALABAMA A&M FLORIDA GULF COAST FLORIDA GULF COAST ANGELO STATE DALLAS BAPTIST HOUSTON at New Mexico at New Mexico at New Mexico MISSOURI at New Mexico State at Texas A&M

INN. RUNS 4th 4 2nd 4 1st 4 4th 4 6th 4 7th 4 3rd 4 4th 8 5th 4 6th 4 1st 5 3rd 4 5th 5 6th 7 3rd 4 7th 4 3rd 8 7th 4 8th 6 3rd 4 2nd 4 5th 5 5th 4 4th 4 12th 4

Result 9-5 8-5 10-4 10-4 10-4 8-4 21-1 21-1 21-1 21-1 25-5 25-5 25-5 25-5 11-4 11-4 13-8 7-1 15-4 9-5 L 13-14 L 13-14 W 7-0 W 12-7 W 8-4 (12)

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

TEAM GAME HIGHS BATTING At bats: Runs scored: Hits: RBIs: Doubles: Triples: Home runs: Total bases: Walks: Strikeouts: Sac hits: Sac flies: Stolen bases: Hit by pitch: Caught stealing: Runners LOB: Hit into DP:

52 52 25 23 24 8 2 3 3 33 9 14 4 4 2 2 7 6 6 3 14 4 4

vs Texas (Apr 06, 2012) at Texas A&M (May 06, 2012) vs Alabama A&M (Mar 14, 2012) vs Alabama A&M (Mar 14, 2012) vs Alabama A&M (Mar 14, 2012) vs Alabama A&M (Mar 13, 2012) (4 games ) vs Northern Illinois (Feb 26, 2012) at New Mexico State (May 01, 2012) vs Alabama A&M (Mar 14, 2012) vs Northern Illinois (Feb 25, 2012) vs New Mexico State (Mar 27, 2012) at TCU (Mar 12, 2012) vs Dallas Baptist (Apr 11, 2012) vs Alabama A&M (Mar 13, 2012) vs Alabama A&M (Mar 14, 2012) vs Alabama A&M (Mar 13, 2012) vs Alabama A&M (Mar 13, 2012) vs Alabama A&M (Mar 14, 2012) at New Mexico (Apr 25, 2012) at Texas A&M (May 06, 2012) vs Missouri State (Feb 19, 2012) at Oklahoma State (Apr 22, 2012)

42 20 4 4 1 3 3 3

vs Texas (Apr 06, 2012) vs Houston (Apr 15, 2012) vs Alabama A&M (Mar 14, 2012) vs Oklahoma (Mar 25, 2012) (6 games ) vs Tennessee Tech (Feb 19, 2012) vs Alabama A&M (Mar 14, 2012) vs Houston (Apr 14, 2012)

OPPONENT Date 2/25 3/12 3/18 3/18 4/1 4/5 4/7 4/7 4/15 4/17 4/25 4/25 4/27 5/1

Opponent NORTHERN ILLINOIS at TCU at Baylor at Baylor at Kansas #25 TEXAS #25 TEXAS #25 TEXAS HOUSTON NEW MEXICO at New Mexico at New Mexico MISSOURI at New Mexico State

INN. RUNS 6th 4 6th 5 3rd 4 7th 4 4th 4 6th 4 4th 4 9th 4 8th 6 5th 4 3rd 5 9th 4 4th 7 3rd 4

Result 8-5 L 4-7 L 1-8 L 1-8 L 3-9 L 4-7 L 3-14 L 3-14 W 10-9 L 3-10 L 13-14 L 13-14 L 0-9 W 12-7 W

RECORD WITH A BIG INNING __________________ 15-1 RECORD W/OUT A BIG INNING _______________ 13-23 RECORD WHEN ALLOWING A BIG INNING ________ 3-8 RECORD WHEN NOT ALLOWING A BIG INNING _ 25-16

FIELDING Putouts: Assists: Errors: Passed balls: DPs turned:

PITCHING Innings pitched: Runs allowed:

14.0 14 14 13 8 14 19 19 5 5 4 4 3 3 5

Earned runs: Walks allowed: Strikeouts: Hits allowed: Doubles allowed: Triples allowed: Homers allowed: Wild pitches: Hit batters:

vs Texas (Apr 06, 2012) vs Texas (Apr 07, 2012) at New Mexico (Apr 25, 2012) vs Texas (Apr 07, 2012) at Texas A&M (May 06, 2012) vs Texas (Apr 06, 2012) vs Texas (Apr 07, 2012) at New Mexico (Apr 25, 2012) at Baylor (Mar 16, 2012) vs Missouri (Apr 27, 2012) at Arizona State (Mar 06, 2012) at Texas A&M (May 05, 2012) at Baylor (Mar 16, 2012) vs New Mexico (Apr 17, 2012) at Baylor (Mar 18, 2012)

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2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS BATTING At bats: Runs scored: Hits: RBIs:

7 4 4 6 6 6 2 2 2 8 8 3 3 2 2 1 3 2 1 6

Doubles: Triples: Home runs: Total bases: Walks: Strikeouts: Sac hits: Sac flies: Stolen bases: Hit by pitch: Caught stealing: Runners LOB:

FIELDING Putouts: Assists: Errors: Passed balls:

PITCHING Innings pitched: Runs allowed: Earned runs: Walks allowed: Strikeouts: Hits allowed: Doubles allowed: Triples allowed: Homers allowed: Wild pitches: Hit batters:

(6 games ) (4 games ) (9 games ) Randolph, Mason vs Alabama A&M (Mar 14, 2012) Proudfoot, Tim vs Alabama A&M (Mar 14, 2012) Hagen, Stephen at New Mexico State (May 01, 2012) (13 games ) McGruder, Jamodrick vs Oklahoma (Mar 23, 2012) Hagen, Stephen at New Mexico State (May 01, 2012) Proudfoot, Tim vs Alabama A&M (Mar 14, 2012) Hagen, Stephen at New Mexico State (May 01, 2012) (4 games ) (15 games ) Proudfoot, Tim vs Dallas Baptist (Apr 11, 2012) Proudfoot, Tim vs Houston (Apr 14, 2012) (20 games ) McGruder, Jamodrick vs Tennessee Tech (Feb 18, 2012) (5 games ) (22 games ) McGruder, Jamodrick vs Texas (Apr 07, 2012)

17 10 2 2 1

LeJeune, Scott vs Houston (Apr 15, 2012) Burleson, Bryant at Arizona State (Mar 06, 2012) Randolph, Mason vs Alabama A&M (Mar 14, 2012) Altobelli, Bo at New Mexico (Apr 25, 2012) (6 games )

9.0 9.0 8 8 8 5 8 8 11 5 2 2 4 3 3 3

von Schamann, Duke vs Oklahoma (Mar 23, 2012) von Schamann, Duke at Kansas (Mar 30, 2012) Parten, Jamen at New Mexico (Apr 25, 2012) Neely, John vs Missouri (Apr 27, 2012) Neely, John vs Missouri (Apr 27, 2012) Masek, Trey at Texas A&M (May 06, 2012) Coulombe, Daniel vs Northern Illinois (Feb 25, 2012) von Schamann, Duke vs Texas (Apr 06, 2012) von Schamann, Duke vs Houston (Apr 14, 2012) Neely, John vs Missouri (Apr 27, 2012) Paiz, David at Arizona State (Mar 06, 2012) Masek, Trey at TCU (Mar 12, 2012) Shellhorn, Rusty at Texas A&M (May 05, 2012) Parten, Jamen at Baylor (Mar 16, 2012) Masek, Trey at Baylor (Mar 18, 2012) Shellhorn, Rusty at Texas A&M (May 05, 2012)

MULTI-RUN INNINGS (78) 2 Runs _______________________________________ 32 3 Runs _______________________________________ 21 4 Runs _______________________________________ 19 5 Runs ________________________________________ 2 7 Runs ________________________________________ 1 8 Runs ________________________________________ 3 GO-AHEAD RBI (46) Barrett Barnes _________________________________ 11 Scott LeJeune _________________________________ 10 Tim Proudfoot__________________________________ 5 Bryant Burleson ________________________________ 4 Reid Redman __________________________________ 3 Stephen Hagen _________________________________ 3 Bo Altobelli ____________________________________ 2 Jordan Lopez __________________________________ 2 Kevin Whitehead _______________________________ 2 Jamodrick McGruder ____________________________ 2 Brennan Moore _________________________________ 1 Nick Hanslik ___________________________________ 1 GAME TYING RBI (20) Bo Altobelli ____________________________________ Barrett Barnes __________________________________ Brennan Moore _________________________________ Bryant Burleson ________________________________ Jamodrick McGruder ____________________________ Reid Redman __________________________________ Scott LeJeune __________________________________ Stephen Hagen _________________________________ Jordan Lopez __________________________________

6 4 3 2 1 1 1 1 1

2-OUT RBI (119) Scott LeJeune _________________________________ 20 Tim Proudfoot_________________________________ 12 Bryant Burleson _______________________________ 12 Bo Altobelli ___________________________________ 11 Barrett Barnes _________________________________ 10 Reid Redman __________________________________ 9 Jamodrick McGruder ____________________________ 9 Nick Hanslik ___________________________________ 7 Mason Randolph _______________________________ 6 Brennan Moore _________________________________ 6 Kevin Whitehead _______________________________ 5 Stephen Hagen _________________________________ 5 Jordan Lopez __________________________________ 5 Matt Eureste ___________________________________ 1 David Paiz _____________________________________ 1 INFIELD BASE HITS (81) Jamodrick McGruder ___________________________ 18 Bo Altobelli ___________________________________ 13 Reid Redman __________________________________ 6 Tim Proudfoot__________________________________ 6 Scott LeJeune __________________________________ 6 Barrett Barnes __________________________________ 6 Brennan Moore _________________________________ 5 Nick Hanslik ___________________________________ 4 Jordan Lopez __________________________________ 4 Mason Randolph _______________________________ 3 Bryant Burleson ________________________________ 3 David Paiz _____________________________________ 2 Stephen Hagen _________________________________ 2 Kevin Whitehead _______________________________ 1 Blake Bass _____________________________________ 1 Matt Eureste ___________________________________ 1 OUTFIELD ASSISTS (10) Jordan Lopez __________________________________ 5 Brennan Moore _________________________________ 3 Barrett Barnes __________________________________ 2 PICKOFFS BY PITCHERS (2) Duke von Schamann ____________________________ 1 Rusty Shellhorn ________________________________ 1 BUNT BASE HITS (27) Jamodrick McGruder ____________________________ Bo Altobelli ____________________________________ Tim Proudfoot__________________________________ Barrett Barnes __________________________________ Brennan Moore _________________________________ Bryant Burleson ________________________________ Jordan Lopez __________________________________ Matt Eureste ___________________________________

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2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL TEXAS TECH HOME RUNS No.

Player (#)

Opponent (Date)

1

Barrett Barnes (1)

*Δ! 2 !

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Runs

Outs

Count

Inning

Tennessee Tech (2/18)

3

1

0-0

4

Shepherd (R) s

Barrett Barnes (2)

St. John’s (2/24)

3

1

2-0

7

Lobban (L) r

3

Barrett Barnes (3)

Northern Illinois (2/26)

2

1

1-1

2

Barry (L) s

4

Bo Altobelli (1)

Northern Illinois (2/26)

1

0

2-0

3

Grindstaff (R) r

5

Reid Redman (1)

Northern Illinois (2/26)

2

0

0-0

4

Grindstaff (R) r

6

Tim Proudfoot (1)

Alabama A&M (3/14)

4

2

0-0

3

Tucker (L) s

7

Barrett Barnes (4)

Baylor (3/16)

2

0

1-1

4

Turley (L) s

8

Barrett Barnes (5)

Oklahoma (3/25)

1

2

2-1

1

Overton (L) s

9

Barrett Barnes (6)

New Mexico State (3/27)

1

0

0-1

5

Beck (L) s

Mason Randolph (1)

Angelo State (4/3)

2

1

2-1

2 Rechkemmer (L) s

10 ‡

Pitcher

11

Tim Proudfoot (2)

Texas (4/7)

1

1

0-1

1

Jacquez (R) s

12

Bo Altobelli (2)

Houston (4/13)

4

1

1-0

8

Fuerst (R) r

13

Stephen Hagen (1)

Houston (4/13)

1

9

1-1

4

Pruitt (R) r

Barrett Barnes (7)

New Mexico (4/24)

2

0

0-1

5

Jaramillo (L) s

15

Stephen Hagen (2)

New Mexico (4/25)

1

0

1-1

6

Brummett (R) r

16

Barrett Barnes (8)

New Mexico State (5/1)

1

0

1-1

4 Higginbotham (L) r

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17

Stephen Hagen (3)

New Mexico State (5/1)

3

0

0-0

5

Collins (R) r

Δ

18

Stephen Hagen (4)

New Mexico State (5/1)

3

1

0-1

6

Mack (R) r

19

Jamodrick McGruder (1) Texas A&M (5/6)

1

1

0-0

5

Pineda (R) s

Stephen Hagen (5)

1

0

0-0

12

Martin (R) r

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‡ Δ ! 20

Texas A&M (5/6)

HOME RUN BREAKDOWN at Home ______________________________ 12 on the Road ____________________________ 8 at Neutral Site ___________________________ 0 vs. RHP________________________________ 11 vs. LHP _________________________________ 9 vs. Big 12 Teams _________________________ 5 vs. Non-Big 12 Teams ____________________ 15 with 0 outs ____________________________ 10 with 1 out ______________________________ 9 with 2 outs _____________________________ 1 Solo HR ________________________________ 9 2-Run HR _______________________________ 5 3-Run HR _______________________________ 4 Grand Slam _____________________________ 2 February _______________________________ 5 March _________________________________ 4 April___________________________________ 6 May ___________________________________ 5 in 1st inning ____________________________ 2 in 2nd inning ___________________________ 2 in 3rd inning ____________________________ 2 in 4th inning ____________________________ 5 in 5th inning ____________________________ 4 in 6th inning ____________________________ 2 in 7th inning ____________________________ 1 in 8th inning ____________________________ 1 in 9th inning ____________________________ 0 in 12th inning ___________________________ 1 0-0 Count 0-1 Count 0-2 Count 1-0 Count 1-1 Count 1-2 Count 2-0 Count 2-1 Count 2-2 Count 3-0 Count 3-1 Count 3-2 Count

* - Inside the park home run ◊ - Pinch-hit home run

______________________________ 6 ______________________________ 3 ______________________________ 0 ______________________________ 1 ______________________________ 5 ______________________________ 0 ______________________________ 2 ______________________________ 2 ______________________________ 0 ______________________________ 1 ______________________________ 0 ______________________________ 0

† - Game-tying home run

Left-Field Line ___________________________ 1 Left Field _______________________________ 7 Left-Center Field _________________________ 4 Center Field_____________________________ 5 Right-Center Field _______________________ 0 Right Field ______________________________ 3 Right-Field Line__________________________ 0

‡ - Tie-breaking home run Δ - Game-winning home run ! - Provided eventual winning runs § - home run erased deficit and gave Texas Tech the lead italics indicates walk-off home run

Leadoff ________________________________ 1 2-Hole _________________________________ 5 3-Hole _________________________________ 6 Cleanup________________________________ 0 5-Hole _________________________________ 3 6-Hole _________________________________ 2 7-Hole _________________________________ 3 8-Hole _________________________________ 0 9-Hole _________________________________ 0 Day Games ____________________________ 10 Night Games ___________________________ 10 Starters _______________________________ 11 Relievers _______________________________ 9 Record with HR _______________________ 10-5 Record w/out HR ____________________ 18-19

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL TEXAS TECH GAME WINNING RBI No.

Player (#)

Game #

Date

Opponent

1

Runs

Outs

Count

Inning

Final

Reid Redman (1)

1

2/17

Missouri State

2

0

0-0

1

4-1

1B through right side

Play

2

Barrett Barnes (1)

2

2/18

Tennessee Tech

3

1

0-0

4

9-5

HR down LF line

3

Scott LeJeune (1)

3

2/19

Tennessee Tech

1

1

0-0

1

8-0

2B down LF line

4

Barrett Barnes (2)

5

2/24

St. John’s

3

1

2-0

7

4-1

Inside-the-park HR to CF

5

NO RBI

6

2/25

Northern Illinois

1

1

2-1

4

8-5

Wild Pitch

6

Tim Proudfoot (1)

7

2/26

St. John’s

1

1

1-1

7

5-2

1B up the middle

7

Barrett Barnes (3)

8

2/26

Northern Illinois

2

1

1-1

2

10-4

HR to LF

8

Tim Proudfoot (2)

9

2/27

Northern Illinois

1

1

0-0

1

3-2

3B to RF

9

Tim Proudfoot (3)

12

3/4

Houston

1

0

2-2

6

10-4

2B off LF wall

10

Kevin Whitehead (1)

13

3/6

Arizona State

1

0

3-0

7

8-4

Bases-loaded BB

11

Barrett Barnes (4)

16

3/13

Alabama A&M

3

1

1-0

3

21-1

3-run 3B to LC

12

Tim Proudfoot (4)

17

3/13

Alabama A&M

4

2

0-0

3

25-5

Grand slam to LF

13

Jamodrick McGruder (1)

21

3/20

Florida Gulf Coast

2

2

1-0

3

11-4

1B to RF

14

Scott LeJeune (2)

22

3/21

Florida Gulf Coast

2

2

1-0

5

14-8

1B to CF

15

NO RBI

23

3/23

Oklahoma

1

2

0-0

4

6-1

Fielding Error - 3B

16

NO RBI

27

3/30

Kansas

1

2

1-1

8

3-1

Wild Pitch

17

Barrett Barnes (5)

30

4/3

Angelo State

1

2

2-2

3

13-8

2B to LC

18

Bryant Burleson (1)

32

4/6

Texas

2

2

1-1

14

7-6

1B to RC

19

Jordan Lopez (1)

34

4/11

Dallas Baptist

1

1

1-1

6

7-1

1B up the middle

20

NO RBI

35

4/13

Houston

3

2

1-2

4

15-4

1B to RF, E-9

21

Barrett Barnes (6)

36

4/14

Houston

2

1

2-1

5

7-1

3B to CF

22

Barrett Barnes (7)

37

4/15

Houston

1

2

0-0

12

10-9

1B to SS

23

Barrett Barnes (8)

43

4/24

New Mexico

2

0

0-1

5

9-5

HR to LC

24

Jamodrick McGruder (2)

46

4/28

Missouri

1

2

2-2

2

4-3

1B to LF

25

Tim Proudfoot (5)

47

4/29

Missouri

1

1

2-2

2

7-0

SAC Fly to RF

26

Stephen Hagen (1)

48

5/1

New Mexico State

3

1

0-1

6

12-7

HR to LC

27

Stephen Hagen (2)

51

5/6

Texas A&M

1

0

0-0

12

8-4

HR to LC

28

Bryant Burleson (2)

52

5/8

Dallas Baptist

1

2

2-0

2

5-0

2B to LF

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL SEASON BATTING RECORD BOOK WATCH RBI 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

HIT BY PITCH 1. Nick Blankenship (2002) _____________________ 28 2. Jamodrick McGruder (2011) __________________ 25 3. Cody Fuller (2004) __________________________ 16 4. Jamodrick McGruder (2012) _________________ 14 Cody Fuller (2005) __________________________ 14 6. Joey Kenworthy (2010) ______________________ 13 Josh Haney (2004) __________________________ 13 Ryan Ruiz (1999) ___________________________ 13

AT-BATS 1. Matt Kastelic (1996) _______________________ 269 2. Joe Dillon (1996) __________________________ 267 3. Josh Bard (1998) __________________________ 264 4. Kevin Jordan (1998) _______________________ 263 5. Clint Bryant (1996) ________________________ 262 6. Gera Alvarez (2001) ________________________ 260 Dion Ruecker (1996) _______________________ 260 8. Shaun Larkin (2000) _______________________ 259 9. Clint Bryant (1995) ________________________ 258 10. Dion Ruecker (1995) _______________________ 257

RUNS SCORED 1. Keith Ginter (1998) _________________________ 97 Stubby Clapp (1996) ________________________ 97 3. Keith Ginter (1997) _________________________ 93 4. Clint Bryant (1995) _________________________ 91 5. Clint Bryant (1996) _________________________ 89 6. Ryan Ruiz (1999) ___________________________ 80 Joe Dillon (1997) ___________________________ 80 8. Randy DuRoss (1995) _______________________ 79 9. Matt Kastelic (1996) ________________________ 78 10. Jason Totman (1995) ________________________ 77 Mike Humphreys (1988) _____________________ 77

STOLEN BASES 1. Matt Kastelic (1996) ________________________ 51 2. Matt Kastelic (1995) ________________________ 46 3. Kent Blasingame (1992) _____________________ 44 4. Kerry Hodges (2001) ________________________ 38 5. Jamodrick McGruder (2012) _________________ 37 Marco Cunningham (1999) ___________________ 37 Clint Bryant (1996) _________________________ 37 Mike Kinney (1993) _________________________ 37 9. Ryan Ruiz (1999) ___________________________ 35 10. Josh Brady (2004) __________________________ 34

HITS 1. Matt Kastelic (1996) _______________________ 114 2. Clint Bryant (1995) ________________________ 109 3. Keith Ginter (1997) ________________________ 106 4. Josh Bard (1998) __________________________ 101 5. Clint Bryant (1996) ________________________ 100 6. Nick Blankenship (2001) _____________________ 96 7. Cameron Blair (2004) _______________________ 95 8. Josh Brady (2004) __________________________ 94 Randy DuRoss (1995) _______________________ 94 10. Kevin Jordan (1998) ________________________ 93 Jason Totman (1995) ________________________ 93

TOTAL BASES 1. Joe Dillon (1997) __________________________ 215 2. Clint Bryant (1995) ________________________ 189 3. Keith Ginter (1997) ________________________ 185 4. Clint Bryant (1996) ________________________ 184 5. Josh Brady (2004) _________________________ 179 Dion Ruecker (1996) _______________________ 179 7. Josh Bard (1998) __________________________ 178 8. Kevin Jordan (1998) _______________________ 174 9. John Grimes (1984) ________________________ 168 10. Matt Kastelic (1996) _______________________ 165

ERRORS 1. Cameron Blair (2005) _______________________ 30 2. Clint Bryant (1995) _________________________ 24 Tim Tadlock (1990) _________________________ 24 4. T.J. Bruce (2003)____________________________ 22 Shanon Hays (1990) ________________________ 22 6. Kyle Martin (2006) __________________________ 20 Clint Bryant (1996) _________________________ 20 Clint Bryant (1994) _________________________ 20 9. Darrin Glenn (1991)_________________________ 19 10. Kevin Jordan (1998) ________________________ 18 Dion Ruecker (1995) ________________________ 18 Tim Tadlock (1991) _________________________ 18

DOUBLES 1. Jason Landreth (1997) ______________________ 29 2. Scott LeJeune (2010)________________________ 28 Josh Bard (1999) ___________________________ 28 Stubby Clapp (1996) ________________________ 28 5. Clint Bryant (1996) _________________________ 26 6. Roger Kieschnick (2007) _____________________ 25 Brandon Toro (1997) ________________________ 25 8. Tony Arnerich (2001) ________________________ 24 Keith Ginter (1998) _________________________ 24 Keith Ginter (1997) _________________________ 24 Jason Totman (1995) ________________________ 24 Clint Bryant (1995) _________________________ 24

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE 1. Joe Dillon (1997) _________________________ 2. John Grimes (1984) _______________________ 3. Doug Ault (1972) _________________________ 4. Keith Ginter (1997) _______________________ 5. Mike Humphreys (1988) ___________________ 6. Clint Bryant (1995) _______________________ 7. Jon Weber (1999) ________________________ Stacy Ragan (1987) _______________________ 9. Greg May (1984) _________________________ 10. Keith Ginter (1998) _______________________

.939 .853 .778 .743 .738 .733 .723 .723 .712 .707

ASSISTS 1. Gera Alvarez (2001) ________________________ 242 2. Shaun Larkin (2000) _______________________ 219 3. Dion Ruecker (1995) _______________________ 214 4. Kelby Tomlinson (2011)_____________________ 212 5. Gera Alvarez (2002) ________________________ 200 6. Joey Kenworthy (2010) _____________________ 193 7. Scott Holzhauer (2000) _____________________ 185 8. Cameron Blair (2004) ______________________ 184 9. Joel Buchenauer (2002) ____________________ 179 10. Dion Ruecker (1996) _______________________ 173 Tim Proudfoot (2012) _____________________164

TRIPLES 1. Jason Rainey (2000) _________________________ 9 2. Jamodrick McGruder (2012) __________________ 8 Jon Weber (1999) ___________________________ 8 Stubby Clapp (1996) _________________________ 8 Ronnie Mattson (1975) _______________________ 8 6. Jason Rainey (2001) _________________________ 7 Jason Huth (1997) ___________________________ 7 Donald Harris (1989) _________________________ 7 Donald Harris (1988) _________________________ 7

ON BASE PERCENTAGE 1. George Kilford (1993) _____________________ 2. Jason Totman (1995) ______________________ 3. Keith Ginter (1998) _______________________ Mike Kinney (1993) _______________________ 5. Andy Gonzalez (1995) _____________________ 6. Keith Ginter (1997) _______________________ 7. Ryan Ruiz (1999) _________________________ 8. Stubby Clapp (1996) ______________________ Doug Ault (1972) _________________________ 10. Clint Bryant (1995) _______________________ Jamodrick McGruder (2012) _______________

.600 .560 .533 .533 .532 .529 .525 .524 .524 .516 .515

HOME RUNS 1. Joe Dillon (1997) ___________________________ 33 2. John Grimes (1984) _________________________ 24 3. Josh Brady (2004) __________________________ 20 Dion Ruecker (1996) ________________________ 20 5. Clint Bryant (1988) _________________________ 18 Mike Humphreys (1988) _____________________ 18 7. Roger Kieschnick (2008) _____________________ 17 Cameron Blair (2005) _______________________ 17 Josh Bard (1998) ___________________________ 17 Kevin Jordan (1998) ________________________ 17 Keith Ginter (1998) _________________________ 17 Keith Ginter (1997) _________________________ 17 Dion Ruecker (1995) ________________________ 17 Todd Howey (1984) _________________________ 17

WALKS 1. Keith Ginter (1998) _________________________ 78 2. Stubby Clapp (1996) ________________________ 66 3. Ryan Ruiz (1999) ___________________________ 59 4. Jason Totman (1995) ________________________ 53 5. Bryan Cowan (1976) ________________________ 52 6. Keith Ginter (1997) _________________________ 51 7. Clint Bryant (1995) _________________________ 50 8. Jose Delgado (2004) ________________________ 49 Scott Holzhauer (2000) ______________________ 49 10. Scooter Jordan (2002) _______________________ 48 Jason Landreth (1997) ______________________ 48 Brandon Welch (1995)_______________________ 48 Jamodrick McGruder (2012) _________________ 45

BATTING AVERAGE 1. Doug Ault (1972) _________________________ 2. Jason Totman (1995) ______________________ 3. Andy Gonzalez (1995) _____________________ 4. Keith Ginter (1997) _______________________ 5. Matt Kastelic (1996) ______________________ 6. Clint Bryant (1995) _______________________ 7. Mike Humphreys (1988) ___________________ 8. John Grimes (1984) _______________________ 9. Joe Dillon (1997) _________________________ 10. Randy DuRoss (1995) _____________________

.475 .435 .427 .426 .424 .422 .407 .406 .393 .392

Clint Bryant (1996) ________________________ 100 Clint Bryant (1995) _________________________ 93 Josh Bard (1999) ___________________________ 92 Josh Brady (2004) __________________________ 90 Joe Dillon (1997) ___________________________ 89 Jon Weber (1999) __________________________ 84 Kevin Jordan (1998) ________________________ 84 8. Dion Ruecker (1996) ________________________ 82 9. Cameron Blair (2004) _______________________ 81 10. John Grimes (1984) _________________________ 79

GAMES PLAYED 1. Dion Ruecker (1995) ________________________ 65 Clint Bryant (1995) _________________________ 65

GAMES STARTED 1 Clint Bryant (1995) _________________________ 65

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL SEASON PITCHING RECORD BOOK WATCH APPEARANCES 1. James Leverton (2008) ______________________ 31 2. John Neely (2011) __________________________ 30 Blake McGinley (2001) ______________________ 30 4. Brad Ralston (1997) _________________________ 28 5. Steve Rowe (2000)__________________________ 27 Kevin Tracey (2000) _________________________ 27 Brandon Roberson (1999) ____________________ 27 8. Jerad McCrummen (2011) ___________________ 26 Brian Cloud (2008) _________________________ 26 Zach Butler (2005) __________________________ 26 Steve Rowe (2002)__________________________ 26

SHUTOUTS 1. Ruben Garcia (1971) _________________________ 5 2. Mark Brandenburg (1991)_____________________ 4 Bubba Johnson (1990) _______________________ 4 4. Jason Gooding (1997) ________________________ 3

LOSSES 1. Kyle Guerry (1989)___________________________ 9 2. Steven Thomas (2004)________________________ 8 Lucio Chaidez (1990)_________________________ 8 Bubba Johnson (1990) _______________________ 8 5. Several with _______________________________ 7

WINS 1. Shane Wright (1998) ________________________ 14 2. Brandon Roberson (2001) ____________________ 13 3. Matt Miller (1996) __________________________ 12 Mark Brandenburg (1991)____________________ 12 5. Chris Phillips (2001)_________________________ 11 Jason Gooding (1997) _______________________ 11 Matt Miller (1995) __________________________ 11 Ryan Nye (1994) ___________________________ 11 9. Several with ______________________________ 10

STRIKEOUTS 1. Monty Ward (1998) ________________________ 151 2. Jason Gooding (1997) ______________________ 137 3. Travis Driskill (1993) _______________________ 120 4. Monty Ward (1997) ________________________ 117 5. Shane Wright (1998) _______________________ 116 Jimmy Frush (1996) ________________________ 116 7. Matt Miller (1996) _________________________ 113 Ruben Garcia (1971) _______________________ 113 9. Ryan Nye (1994) __________________________ 109 Ruben Garcia (1972) _______________________ 109

SAVES 1. Chad Bettis (2010) __________________________ 10 Brandon Roberson (1999) ____________________ 10 3. Steve Rowe (2002)___________________________ 8 Blake McGinley (2001) _______________________ 8 Tom Black (1976) ____________________________ 8 6. John Neely (2011) ___________________________ 7 Chad Bettis (2009) ___________________________ 7 Kevin Tracey (2000) __________________________ 7 Brad Ralston (1997) __________________________ 7 10. Jeff Karstens (2003) __________________________ 6

INNINGS PITCHED 1. Shane Wright (1998) _____________________ 2. Mark Brandenburg (1991)_________________ 3. Mark Brandenburg (1992)_________________ 4. Chris Phillips (2001)______________________ 5. Kevin Tracey (2000) ______________________ 6. Shane Wright (1999) _____________________ 7. Travis Driskill (1993) _____________________ 8. Travis Smith (1995) ______________________ 9. Brandon Roberson (2001) _________________ 10. Jason Gooding (1997) ____________________ Ryan Nye (1994) ________________________

WALKS ALLOWED 1. Mike Beiras (1988) __________________________ 69 2. Rodney Steph (1989) _______________________ 60 Clay Hollock (1986) _________________________ 60 4. Mike Beiras (1987) __________________________ 57 5. Matt Miller (1996) __________________________ 56 6. Matt Miller (1995) __________________________ 55 Lucio Chaidez (1990)________________________ 55 8. Rodney Steph (1988) _______________________ 53 Randy Prince (1974) ________________________ 53

WINNING PERCENTAGE (min. 10 decisions) 1. Jason Gooding (11-0/1997) _______________ 1.000 2. Shane Wright (14-1/1998)__________________ .933 3. John Neely (9-1/2011)_____________________ .900 Kevin Tracey (9-1/1999) ___________________ .900 5. Matt Miller (12-2/1996) ____________________ .857 6. Steve Rowe (10-2/2002) ___________________ .833 Shane Wright (10-2/1997)__________________ .833 8. Brad Ralston (9-2/1999) ___________________ .818 9. Brandon Roberson (13-3/2001) _____________ .812 10. Ruben Garcia (8-2/1971) ___________________ .800

HITS ALLOWED 1. Shane Wright (1998) _______________________ 166 2. Kevin Tracey (2000) ________________________ 156 3. Mark Brandenburg (1992)___________________ 145 4. Cory Metzler (2000)________________________ 144 5. Mark Brandenburg (1991)___________________ 143 6. Shane Wright (1999) _______________________ 140 7. Chris Phillips (2001)________________________ 139 8. Travis Smith (1995) ________________________ 137 9. Steve Gooch (2003) ________________________ 120 10. Chris Phillips (2002)________________________ 118

WINNING PERCENTAGE (min. 4 decisions) 1. Steve Rowe (6-0/2000) ___________________ 1.000 Jason Gooding (11-0/1997) _______________ 1.000 David Therneau (6-0/1997) ________________ 1.000 Mark LePori (6-0/1976) ___________________ 1.000 Brian Boesiger (4-0/1989) _________________ 1.000 Lloyd Cummings (4-0/1975) _______________ 1.000 7. Shane Wright (14-1/1998)__________________ .933 8. John Neely (9-1/2011)_____________________ .900 Kevin Tracey (9-1/1999) ___________________ .900

EARNED RUNS ALLOWED 1. Clay Hollock (1984) _________________________ 74 2. Cory Metzler (2000)_________________________ 70 3. Rodney Steph (1989) _______________________ 67 4. Chris Phillips (2001)_________________________ 63 Mark Brandenburg (1991)____________________ 63 Mike Beiras (1987) __________________________ 63 7. John Vidales (1986) _________________________ 61 8. Mike Beiras (1988) __________________________ 60 Craig Chapin (1986) ________________________ 60 10. Kevin Tracey (2000) _________________________ 59

WILD PITCHES 1. Jason Gooding (1997) _______________________ 13 Kevin Kirk (1991) ___________________________ 13 Lucio Chaidez (1990)________________________ 13 4. Miles Morgan (2006) ________________________ 12 Rodney Steph (1989) _______________________ 12 Khris Segrist (1986) _________________________ 12 7. Brett Bruening (2010) _______________________ 10 Kevin Kirk (1988) ___________________________ 10

152.2 147.1 146.0 137.1 127.2 126.0 120.2 118.1 116.1 116.0 116.0

ERA (min. 20.0 IP) 1. Ruben Garcia (1971) ______________________ 2. Randy Prince (1973) ______________________ 3. Steve Rowe (2002)________________________ Jack Pierce (1969) ________________________ 5. Kevin Kirk (1992) _________________________ 6. Pat Abbott (1967) ________________________ 7. Duke von Schamann (2012) _______________ 8. Phil Stephenson (1967) ____________________ 9. David Callerman (1967) ___________________ 10. Ruben Garcia (1973) ______________________ 11. Jack Pierce (1972) ________________________

0.74 1.12 1.51 1.51 1.61 1.65 1.71 2.00 2.03 2.11 2.18

ERA (since 1974, aluminum bats - min. 20 IP) 1. Steve Rowe (2002)________________________ 2. Kevin Kirk (1992) _________________________ 3. Duke von Schamann (2012) _______________ 4. Ryan Nye (1994) _________________________ 5. Tanner McElroy (2005) ____________________ 6. Jimmy Frush (1994) _______________________ 7. Brandon Roberson (1999) __________________ 8. J.J. Varney (1992) _________________________ 9. Pat Black (1989) __________________________ 10. Travis Gage (1992) ________________________ 11. Corey Gerstner (2004) _____________________

1.51 1.61 1.71 2.25 2.28 2.39 2.45 2.48 2.57 2.61 2.64

COMPLETE GAMES 1. Shane Wright (1998) ________________________ 13 2. Mark Brandenburg (1992)____________________ 12 3. Kevin Tracey (2000) _________________________ 10 4. Travis Driskill (1993) _________________________ 9 Mark McDowell (1983) _______________________ 9 Kyle Karenthold (1981) _______________________ 9 7. Rodney Steph (1991) ________________________ 8 Doug House (1977) __________________________ 8 Ruben Garcia (1971) _________________________ 8 10. Several with ________________________________ 7

GAMES STARTED 1. Nathan Fouts (2002) ________________________ 19 2. Chris Phillips (2001)_________________________ 18 Shane Wright (1998) ________________________ 18 Mark Brandenburg (1992)____________________ 18 Mark Brandenburg (1991)____________________ 18 6. Miles Morgan (2006) ________________________ 17 Dallas Braden (2004) ________________________ 17 Shane Wright (1999) ________________________ 17 Matt Miller (1996) __________________________ 17 Lucio Chaidez (1990)________________________ 17 Rodney Steph (1989) _______________________ 17

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL CAREER BATTING RECORD BOOK WATCH BATTING AVERAGE 1. Doug Ault (1971-72) ______________________ 2. Jason Totman (1994-95) ___________________ 3. Keith Ginter (1997-98)_____________________ 4. Matt Kastelic (1995-96) ____________________ 5. Mike Humphreys (1985-88) ________________ 6. Scooter Jordan (2002-03) __________________ Ryan Ruiz (1998-99) ______________________ 8. Brandon Buckley (1997-98) ________________ 9. Clint Bryant (1993-96) _____________________ 10. John Vidales (1985-86) ____________________

.418 .407 .399 .389 .382 .375 .375 .374 .371 .367

AT-BATS 1. Clint Bryant (1993-96) ______________________ 918 2. Taylor Ashby (2007-10) _____________________ 782 3. Randy DuRoss (1992-95) ____________________ 751 4. Josh Bard (1997-99)________________________ 733 5. Joey Kenworthy (2007-10) __________________ 721 6. Roger Kieschnick (2006-08) _________________ 689 7. Scott LeJeune (2009-12) ___________________640 8. Barrett Barnes (2010-12)___________________625 9. Madison Edwards (2002-05) _________________ 608 10. Cody Fuller (2002-05) ______________________ 605 11. Mike Humphreys (1985-88) _________________ 578 12. Bobby Kohler (1979-82) ____________________ 574

HITS 1. Clint Bryant (1993-96) ______________________ 341 2. Josh Bard (1997-99)________________________ 268 3. Randy DuRoss (1992-95) ____________________ 235 4. Taylor Ashby (2007-10) _____________________ 228 5. Roger Kieschnick (2006-08) _________________ 222 6. Mike Humphreys (1985-88) _________________ 221 7. Joey Kenworthy (2007-10) __________________ 218 8. Scott LeJeune (2009-12) ___________________203 Matt Kastelic (1995-96) _____________________ 203 10. Barrett Barnes (2010-12)___________________199 Bobby Kohler (1979-82) ____________________ 199 12. Cody Fuller (2002-05) ______________________ 194

DOUBLES 1. Josh Bard (1997-99)_________________________ 73 Clint Bryant (1993-96) _______________________ 73 3. Scott LeJeune (2009-12) ____________________ 58 4. Roger Kieschnick (2005-08) __________________ 54 5. Barrett Barnes (2010-12)____________________ 49 Taylor Ashby (2007-10) ______________________ 48 Keith Ginter (1997-98)_______________________ 48 8. Jason Landreth (1997-98) ____________________ 45 9. Joey Kenworthy (2007-10) ___________________ 43 David Lindstrom (1994-96) ___________________ 43 11. Bobby Kohler (1979-82) _____________________ 42 TRIPLES 1. Ronnie Mattson (1973-76) ___________________ 18 2. Jeff Boydston (1988-92) _____________________ 17 Gary Ashby (1974-77) _______________________ 17 4. Jason Rainey (2000-01) ______________________ 16 5. Jamodrick McGruder (2010-12) ______________ 15 6. Robin Harriss (1993-94)______________________ 14 Clint Bryant (1993-96) _______________________ 14 Donald Harris (1988-89) _____________________ 14 Jason Huth (1997-99) _______________________ 14 Madison Edwards (2002-05) __________________ 14 11. Bobby Kohler (1979-82) _____________________ 13 Cecil Norris (1970-73) _______________________ 13

HOME RUNS 1. Clint Bryant (1993-96) _______________________ 44 2. Josh Bard (1997-99)_________________________ 43 Joe Dillon (1996-97) ________________________ 43 4. Mike Humphreys (1985-88) __________________ 41 5. Roger Kieschnick (2006-08) __________________ 39 6. Dion Ruecker (1995-96) _____________________ 37 John Grimes (1982-85) ______________________ 37 8. Keith Ginter (1997-98)_______________________ 34 9. Barrett Barnes (2010-12)____________________ 32 Todd Howey (1983-85) ______________________ 32 11. Cameron Blair (2004-05) _____________________ 31 David Lindstrom (1994-96) ___________________ 31

WALKS 1. Clint Bryant (1993-96) ______________________ 140 2. Keith Ginter (1997-98)______________________ 129 3. Randy DuRoss (1992-95) ____________________ 123 4. Mike Humphreys (1986-88) _________________ 116 5. Bryan Cowan (1974-77)_____________________ 115 6. Barrett Barnes (2010-12)___________________113 7. Jamodrick McGruder (2010-12) _____________110 8. Kevin Lowery (1985-88) ____________________ 107 9. Madison Edwards (2002-05) __________________ 99 10. Jason Landreth (1997-98) ____________________ 94 Jeff Boydston (1990-92) _____________________ 94 12. Cody Fuller (2002-05) _______________________ 91 Chris Moore (1989-90) ______________________ 91

RBI 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

STOLEN BASES 1. Matt Kastelic (1995-96) ______________________ 97 2. Jamodrick McGruder (2010-12) ______________ 88 Jeff Boydston (1988-92) _____________________ 86 4. Cody Fuller (2002-05) _______________________ 83 5. Clint Bryant (1993-96) _______________________ 73 Kent Blassingame (1991-92) __________________ 73 7. Willie Rueda (2006-09) ______________________ 59 8. Ryan Ruiz (1998-99) ________________________ 57 9. Keith Ginter (1997-98)_______________________ 56 10. Barrett Barnes (2010-12)____________________ 50

7. 8. 9.

Clint Bryant (1993-96) ______________________ 271 Josh Bard (1997-99)________________________ 232 Mike Humphreys (1985-88) _________________ 192 Randy DuRoss (1992-95) ____________________ 164 Roger Kieschnick (2006-08) _________________ 156 Joe Dillon (1996-97) _______________________ 156 Dion Ruecker (1995-96) ____________________ 150 John Grimes (1980-83) _____________________ 143 Cameron Blair (2004-05) ____________________ 141 David Lindstrom (1994-95) __________________ 141 Ronnie Mattson (1973-76) __________________ 141 Barrett Barnes (2010-12)___________________138 Scott LeJeune (2009-12) ___________________137

RUNS SCORED 1. Clint Bryant (1993-96) ______________________ 271 2. Mike Humphreys (1985-88) _________________ 192 3. Keith Ginter (1997-98)______________________ 190 4. Randy DuRoss (1992-95) ____________________ 187 5. Barrett Barnes (2010-12)___________________167 Josh Bard (1997-99)________________________ 165 7. Cody Fuller (2002-05) ______________________ 160 Kevin Lowery (1985-88) ____________________ 160 9. Joey Kenworthy (2007-10) __________________ 151 Roger Kieschnick (2006-08) _________________ 151 11. Madison Edwards (2002-05) _________________ 148 Jamodrick McGruder (2010-12) _____________137

GAMES PLAYED 1. Clint Bryant (1993-96) ______________________ 240 2. Taylor Ashby (2007-10) _____________________ 216 3. Madison Edwards (2002-05) _________________ 212 4. Randy DuRoss (1992-95) ____________________ 195 5. Joey Kenworthy (2007-10) __________________ 194 6. Cody Fuller (2002-05) ______________________ 193 7. Josh Bard (1997-99)________________________ 177 8. Mark Austry (1998-00) _____________________ 172 Kevin Lowery (1977-80) ____________________ 172 Bryan Cowan (1974-77)_____________________ 172

TOTAL BASES 1. Clint Bryant (1993-96) ______________________ 574 2. Josh Bard (1997-99)________________________ 478 3. Roger Kieschnick (2006-08) _________________ 413 4. Mike Humphreys (1986-88) _________________ 392 6. Barrett Barnes (2010-12)___________________360 5. Randy DuRoss (1992-95) ____________________ 356 7. Joe Dillon (1996-97) _______________________ 352 8. Keith Ginter (1997-98)______________________ 347 9. Dion Ruecker (1995-96) ____________________ 318 10. Jason Landreth (1997-98) ___________________ 313 11. John Grimes (1980-85) _____________________ 309 Scott LeJeune (2009-12) ___________________290

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE 1. Jon Weber (1999) ________________________ 2. Keith Ginter (1997-98)_____________________ 3. Jason Landreth (1997-98) __________________ 4. Joe Dillon (1996-97) ______________________ 5. John Grimes (1980-84) ____________________ 6. Mike Humphreys (1986-88) ________________ 7. Kevin Jordan (1998-99) ____________________ 8. Josh Bard (1997-99)_______________________ 9. John Vidales (1984-86) ____________________ 10. Cameron Blair (2004-05) ___________________

.732 .726 .713 .710 .688 .678 .662 .652 .649 .641

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL CAREER PITCHING RECORD BOOK WATCH APPEARANCES 1. Steve Rowe (1999-02) _______________________ 86 2. Brad Ralston (1996-99) ______________________ 85 3. Jimmy Frush (1994-97) ______________________ 82 4. Ben Flora (2009-12) ________________________ 78 5. Zach Stewart (1996-99)______________________ 77 6. Brian Cloud (2006-09) _______________________ 74 7. Jeff Peck (1994-97) _________________________ 66 8. Rodney Steph (1988-91) _____________________ 65 9. Kurt Shipley (1987-90) ______________________ 61 10. Chad Bettis (2008-10) _______________________ 59 WINS 1. Shane Wright (1997-99) _____________________ 34 2. Matt Miller (1994-96) _______________________ 25 3. Steve Rowe (1999-02) _______________________ 21 Jimmy Frush (1994-97) ______________________ 21 Mark Brandenburg (1991-92) _________________ 21 Rodney Steph (1988-91) _____________________ 21 Ruben Garcia (1970-72) _____________________ 21 8. Monty Ward (1996-98) ______________________ 20 9. Jeff Peck (1994-97) _________________________ 19 10. Kevin Tracey (1999-00) ______________________ 18 Brad Ralston (1996-99) ______________________ 18 Travis Smith (1994-95) ______________________ 18 John Macatee (1990-93) _____________________ 18

INNINGS PITCHED 1. Shane Wright (1997-99) __________________ 2. Rodney Steph (1988-91) __________________ 3. Mark Brandenburg (1991-92) ______________ 4. Steve Gooch (2002-04) ___________________ 5. Monty Ward (1996-98) ___________________ 6. AJ Ramos (2006-09) _____________________ 7. Matt Miller (1994-96) ____________________ 8. Jimmy Frush (1994-97) ___________________ 9. Brad Ralston (1996-99) ___________________ 10. Ruben Garcia (1979-73) __________________

368.2 335.0 292.1 271.0 270.2 254.0 239.2 236.0 235.1 231.1

ERA (min. 40 IP) 1. David Callerman (1966-67) _________________ 2. Ruben Garcia (1970-73) ___________________ 3. J.J. Varney (1992-93) ______________________ 4. Ryan Nye (1994) _________________________ 5. Duke von Schamann (2011-12) ____________ 6. Mark Brandenburg (1991-92) _______________ 7. Travis Gage (1991-93) _____________________ 8. Travis Driskill (1991-93) ____________________ 9. Brandon Roberson (1999-01) _______________ 10. Shane Wright (1997-99) ___________________ Doug House (1976-77) ____________________

1.57 2.06 2.23 2.25 2.47 3.02 3.13 3.37 3.40 3.42 3.42

ERA (since 1974, aluminum bats - min. 40 IP) 1. J.J. Varney (1992-93) ______________________ 2. Ryan Nye (1994) _________________________ 3. Duke von Schamann (2011-12) ____________ 4. Mark Brandenburg (1991-92) _______________ 5. Travis Gage (1991-93) _____________________ 6. Travis Driskill (1991-93) ____________________ 7. Brandon Roberson (1999-01) _______________ 8. Shane Wright (1997-99) ___________________ Doug House (1976-77) ____________________ 10. Kevin Kirk (1988-91) ______________________

2.23 2.25 2.47 3.02 3.13 3.37 3.40 3.42 3.42 3.47

COMPLETE GAMES 1. Shane Wright (1997-99) _____________________ 24 2. Mark Brandenburg (1991-92) _________________ 16 3. Rodney Steph (1988-91) _____________________ 15 4. Kevin Tracey (1999-00) ______________________ 14 5. Doug House (1976-77) ______________________ 13 Ruben Garcia (1970-73) _____________________ 13 7. Mark McDowell (1980-83)____________________ 12 Jon Davidson (1974-75) _____________________ 12 9. Chris Phillips (2001-02) ______________________ 10 10. Matt Miller (1994-96) ________________________ 9 Travis Smith (1994-95) _______________________ 9 Travis Driskill (1991-93) _______________________ 9 Kyle Fahrenthold (1980-81) ___________________ 9 Randy Prince (1972-75) _______________________ 9 Gary Washington (1969-72) ___________________ 9

STRIKEOUTS 1. Monty Ward (1996-98) _____________________ 356 2. Ruben Garcia (1970-73) ____________________ 304 3. Shane Wright (1997-99) ____________________ 281 4. Brad Ralston (1996-99) _____________________ 263 5. Rodney Steph (1988-91) ____________________ 246 6. AJ Ramos (2006-09) _______________________ 241 7. Jimmy Frush (1994-97) _____________________ 239 8. Matt Miller (1994-96) ______________________ 213 9. Chad Bettis (2008-10) ______________________ 208 10. Mark Brandenburg (1991-92) ________________ 194

WALKS 1. Rodney Steph (1988-91) ____________________ 167 2. Clay Hollock (1984-86) _____________________ 151 3. Matt Miller (1994-96) ______________________ 138 4. AJ Ramos (2006-09) _______________________ 132 5. Mike Beiras (1987-88) ______________________ 126 6. Monty Ward (1996-98) _____________________ 113 7. Brad Ralston (1996-99) _____________________ 112 8. Kevin Kirk (1988-91) _______________________ 107 9. AJ Ramos (2006-09) _______________________ 102 10. Ruben Garcia (1970-73) _____________________ 98

EARNED RUNS ALLOWED 1. Rodney Steph (1988-91) ____________________ 180 2. AJ Ramos (2006-09) _______________________ 156 3. Monty Ward (1996-98) _____________________ 144 4. Shane Wright (1997-99) ____________________ 140 5. Steve Gooch (2002-04) _____________________ 136 6. Matt Miller (1994-96) ______________________ 121 7. AJ Ramos (2006-09) _______________________ 118 8. Jeff Peck (1994-97) ________________________ 117 9. Brad Ralston (1996-99) _____________________ 113 10. Chris Phillips (2001-02) _____________________ 110

GAMES STARTED 1. Shane Wright (1997-99) _____________________ 47 2. AJ Ramos (2006-09) ________________________ 44 Rodney Steph (1988-91) _____________________ 44 4. Monty Ward (1996-98) ______________________ 41 5. Steve Gooch (2002-04) ______________________ 39 6. Matt Miller (1994-96) _______________________ 38 7. John Macatee (1990-93) _____________________ 37 Ruben Garcia (1970-73) _____________________ 37 9. Mark Brandenburg (1991-92) _________________ 36 10. Jeff Peck (1994-97) _________________________ 33

LOSSES 1. Rodney Steph (1988-91) _____________________ 21 2. AJ Ramos (2006-09) ________________________ 16 3. Nathan Fouts (2002-03) _____________________ 13 Kevin Kirk (1988-91) ________________________ 13 5. Mike Beiras (1987-88) _______________________ 12 6. Mark Brandenburg (1991-92) _________________ 11 Clay Hollock (1984-86) ______________________ 11 8. Several with _______________________________ 10

SAVES 1. Chad Bettis (2008-10) _______________________ 17 2. Brad Ralston (1996-99) ______________________ 14 3. Steve Rowe (1999-02) _______________________ 10 Brandon Roberson (1999-01) _________________ 10 5. John Neely (2010-12) ________________________ 9 6. Blake McGinley (2000-01) _____________________ 8 Jimmy Frush (1994-97) _______________________ 8 Tom Black (1976-77) _________________________ 8 9. Kevin Tracey (1999-00) _______________________ 7 Mark Johnston (1976-79) _____________________ 7 WINNING PERCENTAGE (at least 20 decisions) 1. Steve Rowe (1999-02) _________________ 21-3/.875 2. Shane Wright (1997-99) _______________ 34-7/.829 3. Matt Miller (1994-96) _________________ 25-7/.781 4. Jeff Peck (1994-97) ___________________ 19-6/.760 5. Travis Smith (1994-95) ________________ 18-6/.750 Travis Driskill (1991-93) ________________ 15-5/.750 7. Jimmy Frush (1994-97) ________________ 21-8/.724 8. Brandon Roberson (1999-01) ___________ 16-7/.695 9. Kevin Tracey (1999-00) ________________ 18-8/.692 John Macatee (1990-93) _______________ 18-8/.692

WINNING PERCENTAGE (at least 10 decisions) 1. Jason Gooding (1997) ________________11-0 /.1000 2. Steve Rowe (1999-02) _________________ 21-3/.875 3. Shane Wright (1997-99) _______________ 34-7/.829 4. Kevin Hannah (1993-94) ________________ 9-2/.818 5. Duke von Schamann (2011-12) ________11-3/.786 . Corey Gerstner (2003-04) ______________ 11-3/.786 Ryan Brewer (1995-96) ________________ 11-3/.786 Ryan Nye (1994) _____________________ 11-3/.786 9. Matt Miller (1994-96) _________________ 25-7/.781 11. Travis Smith (1994-95) ________________ 18-6/.750 Travis Driskill (1991-93) ________________ 15-5/.750

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL THE LAST TIME A TEXAS TECH TEAM... Won 5 or more consecutive games _______________________________ 5 games (February 24-27, 2012) 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 ___________________ 10 games (February 24-March 23, 2012) 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. Florida Gulf Coast (March 20-21, 2012) 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) Won 5 or more consecutive conference games Won 6 or more consecutive conference games Won 7 or more consecutive conference games Won 8 or more consecutive conference games

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 Oklahoma State (April 20-22, 2012) 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 Oklahoma State (April 20-22, 2012)

_________________________5 games (May 15-23, 2004) _____________________ 6 games (April 24-May 7, 2004) ____________________ 8 games (April 13-May 19, 2002) ____________________ 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)

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

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)

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

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)

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 __________________________________ 2011

Won 5 or more consecutive midweek road/neutral site games______ 9 games (March 22-March 6, 2012)

Swept Missouri in a 3-game series at home ______________________________________________ 2006 Swept Missouri in a 3-game series on the road ___________________________________________ 1997 Was swept by Missouri in a 3-game series at home ______________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Missouri in a 3-game series on the road _____________________________________ 2009

Lost 5 or more consecutive games __________________________________ 5 games (April 17-22, 2012) Lost 6 or more consecutive games _________________________________ 7 games (March 10-20, 2010) Lost 7 or more consecutive games _________________________________ 7 games (March 10-20, 2010) Lost 8 or more consecutive games ___________________________________ 8 games (April 9-19, 2008) Lost 9 or more consecutive games __________________________________ 9 games (April 11-25, 1986) Lost 11 or more consecutive games ________________________________ 11 games (April 12-28, 1985)

Swept Nebraska in a 3-game series at home _____________________________________________ 1997 Swept Nebraska in a 3-game series on the road _________________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Nebraska in a 3-game series at home _______________________________________ 2001 Was swept by Nebraska in a 3-game series on the road_____________________________________ 2010

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)

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

Lost 5 or more consecutive road games __________________________ 7 games (March 31-May 5, 2012) Lost 6 or more consecutive road games __________________________ 7 games (March 31-May 5, 2012) Lost 7 or more consecutive road games __________________________ 7 games (March 31-May 5, 2012) Lost 8 or more consecutive road games _____________________ 8 games (February 27-March 21, 2009) Lost 11 or more consecutive road games _________________________ 11 games (April 4-May 10, 2008)

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

Lost 5 or more consecutive conference games__________________________ 5 games (April 7-27, 2012) 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 Lost 6 or more consecutive conference home games Lost 7 or more consecutive conference home games Lost 8 or more consecutive conference home games Lost 5 or more consecutive conference road games Lost 6 or more consecutive conference road games Lost 7 or more consecutive conference road games Lost 8 or more consecutive conference road games Lost 9 or more consecutive conference road games

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 Texas A&M in a 3-game series at home ____________________________________________ 2001 Swept Texas A&M in a 3-game series on the road________________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Texas A&M in a 3-game series at home ______________________________________ 1989 Was swept by Texas A&M in a 3-game series on the road ___________________________________ 2002

_______________6 games (March 24-April 1, 1989) _______________6 games (March 24-April 1, 1989) ______________8 games (March 14-April 17, 1987) ______________8 games (March 14-April 17, 1987)

Defeated a Top 25 ranked team ___________________________ vs. #25 Texas, 7-6 (14 inn.) (April 6, 2012) Defeated a Top 25 ranked team at home ___________________ vs. #25 Texas, 7-6 (14 inn.) (April 6, 2012) Defeated a Top 25 ranked team on the road _________________at #10 Arizona State, 8-4 (March 6, 2012) Defeated a Top 25 ranked team at a neutral site_____________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010)

_______________5 games (March 31-April 22, 2012) _________________ 8 games (April 4-May 10, 2008) _________________ 8 games (April 4-May 10, 2008) _________________ 8 games (April 4-May 10, 2008) _________________ 9 games (April 1-May 19, 2007)

Defeated a Top 25 ranked non-conference team ____________ vs. #18 St. John’s, 5-2 (February 26, 2012) Defeated a Top 25 ranked non-conference team at home _____ vs. #18 St. John’s, 5-2 (February 26, 2012) Defeated a Top 25 ranked non-conference team on the road ___at #10 Arizona State, 8-4 (March 6, 2012)

Shutout an opponent____________________________________ at #27 Dallas Baptist, 5-0 (May 8, 2012) Shutout an opponent on Opening Day________________ vs. Western Michigan, 8-0 (February 18, 2011) Shutout an opponent at home ______________________________ vs. Missouri, 7-0 (February 19, 2012) Shutout a Big 12 opponent at home __________________________ vs. Missouri, 7-0 (February 19, 2012) Shutout an opponent on the road _________________________ at #27 Dallas Baptist, 5-0 (May 8, 2012) Shutout a Big 12 opponent on the road ______________________ at #10 Kansas State, 6-0 (May 8, 2009) Shutout an opponent on a neutral field ______vs. Nevada-Reno @ Phoenix, Ariz., 4-0 (February 21, 1998) Shutout a midweek opponent at home ______________________ vs. Alabama A&M, 3-0 (April 21, 2010) Shutout a midweek opponent on the road___________________ at #27 Dallas Baptist, 5-0 (May 8, 2012)

Defeated a Top 25 ranked Big 12 team _____________________ vs. #25 Texas, 7-6 (14 inn.) (April 6, 2012) Defeated a Top 25 ranked Big 12 team at home ______________ vs. #25 Texas, 7-6 (14 inn.) (April 6, 2012) Defeated a Top 25 ranked Big 12 team on the road ___________________at #4 Texas, 2-1 (April 16, 2011) Defeated a Top 25 ranked Big 12 team at a neutral site _______________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010) Defeated a Top 20 ranked team ___________________________at #10 Arizona State, 8-4 (March 6, 2012) Defeated a Top 20 ranked team at home __________________ vs. #18 St. John’s, 5-2 (February 26, 2012) Defeated a Top 20 ranked team on the road _________________at #10 Arizona State, 8-4 (March 6, 2012) Defeated a Top 20 ranked team at a neutral site_____________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010)

Was shutout _________________________________________________ vs. Missouri, 0-9 (April 27, 2012) Was shutout at home __________________________________________ vs. Missouri, 0-9 (April 27, 2012) Was shutout at home by a Big 12 opponent ________________________ vs. Missouri, 0-9 (April 27, 2012) Was shutout on the road __________________________________ at #11 Oklahoma, 0-4 (April 11, 2009) Was shutout on the road by a Big 12 opponent ________________ at #11 Oklahoma, 0-4 (April 11, 2009) Was shutout on a neutral field ________________________ vs. UTSA @ Midland, Texas, 0-2 (April 7, 2009) 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. UTSA @ Midland, Texas, 0-2 (April 7, 2009)

Defeated a Top 15 ranked team ___________________________at #10 Arizona State, 8-4 (March 6, 2012) 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 #10 Arizona State, 8-4 (March 6, 2012) Defeated a Top 15 ranked team at a neutral site_____________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010) Defeated a Top 10 ranked team ___________________________at #10 Arizona State, 8-4 (March 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 #10 Arizona State, 8-4 (March 6, 2012) Defeated a Top 10 ranked team at a neutral site_____________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010)

Run-ruled an opponent _____________________________ 18-4, 7 inn. vs. Alabama A&M (April 20, 2010) Run-ruled an opponent at home ______________________ 18-4, 7 inn. vs. Alabama A&M (April 20, 2010) Run-ruled a Big 12 opponent at home ___________________ 19-4, 7 inn vs. Kansas State (April 20, 2008) 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)

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)

Was run-ruled __________________________________________ 2-15, 7 inn. at Missouri (April 26, 2009) 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 ________________________________ 2-15, 7 inn. at Missouri (April 26, 2009) Was run-ruled by a Big 12 opponent on the road______________ 2-15, 7 inn. at Missouri (April 26, 2009)

Defeated a #1 ranked team _________________________________ at #1 Texas, 10-6 (February 19, 1983) 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)

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)

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 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 _________________________ 3, vs. Missouri 4th inn. (May 2, 2010) Hit 3 or more home runs in an inning _________________________ 3, vs. Missouri 4th inn. (May 2, 2010) Hit 3 or more home runs in a game ___________________________3, at New Mexico State (May 1, 2012) 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 (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 15-22, 2011) 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)

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 __________ 4 (1B-1B-HR-1B), at New Mexico State, 5th inn. (May 1, 2012) Had 5 or more consecutive hits ________5 (1B-1B-2B-2B-1B), vs. Alabama A&M, 6th inn. (March 14, 2012) 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________ 7, vs. Alabama A&M, 1st inn. (March 14, 2011) Had 8 or more consecutive batters reach base safely____ 8, vs. Northern Illinois, 1st inn. (February 27, 2011) 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. Missouri (April 29, 2012) Had not allowed an extra-base hit in a Big 12 game ____________________ vs. Missouri (April 29, 2012) Had all 9 starters score a run in a game ______________ 14 runs, vs. Northern Illinois (February 27, 2011) Had all 9 starters with a base hit in a game _____________ 15 hits, vs. Florida Gulf Coast (March 20, 2012) Had 3 players score 4 runs each in a game ____ 2010, McGruder (4), Kenworthy (3), Hough (5) at Kansas (April 25, 2010) Had 5 or more players score multiple runs in a game _______________ 5, at New Mexico (April 25, 2012) Had 6 or more players score multiple runs in a game ___________ 7, vs. Alabama A&M (March 14, 2012) Had 7 or more players scored multiple runs in a game __________ 7, vs. Alabama A&M (March 14, 2012)

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 ________________________________ 15, vs. Houston (April 13, 2012) 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 Scored 13 or more runs in a loss Scored 15 or more runs in a loss Scored 16 or more runs in a loss Scored 17 or more runs in a loss Scored 18 or more runs in a loss Scored 19 or more runs in a loss Scored 20 or more runs in a loss

____________________________ 13-14, at New Mexico (April 25, 2012) ____________________________ 13-14, at New Mexico (April 25, 2012) ____________________________ 16-26, vs. Dallas Baptist (May 7, 2005) ____________________________ 16-26, vs. Dallas Baptist (May 7, 2005) _____________________17-23, vs. New Mexico State (February 5, 2000) _______________________ 18-19, at Lubbock Christian (March 8, 1986) _______________________________ 19-20, vs. Baylor (March 24, 1984) ______________________________________ 20-25, at McMurry (1928)

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, vs. Missouri (April 27, 2012) 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)

Scored 10 or more unanswered runs____________________________ 10, vs. Angelo State (April 3, 2012) 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)

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, at #26 TCU (March 12, 2012) 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)

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 ______________________ 8 (3rd inn.), vs. Angelo State (April 3, 2012) Scored 8 or more runs in an inning ______________________ 8 (3rd inn.), vs. Angelo State (April 3, 2012) Scored 9 or more runs in an inning ______________________ 9 (9th inn.), at #14 Baylor (March 19, 2011) 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 Scored 15 or more runs in a road game Scored 20 or more runs in a road game Scored 24 or more runs in a road game Scored 25 or more runs in a road game

Allowed 3 or more home runs in a game Allowed 4 or more home runs in a game Allowed 5 or more home runs in a game Allowed 6 or more home runs in a game Allowed 7 or more home runs in a game

_________________________ 4, at #9 Texas A&M (May 5, 2012) _________________________ 4, at #9 Texas A&M (May 5, 2012) __________________________ 7, vs. Gonzaga (March 10, 2010) __________________________ 7, vs. Gonzaga (March 10, 2010) __________________________ 7, vs. Gonzaga (March 10, 2010)

Did not draw a walk in a game ___________________________________ at #9 Texas A&M (May 5, 2012) Combined with opponent to allow 0 walks in a game ______________at Oklahoma State (April 22, 2012) Walked 10 or more times in a game ___________________________ 13, vs. New Mexico (April 27, 2011) 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 Oklahoma State (April 22, 2012) 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 ____________________________ 10, at #14 Baylor (March 19, 2011) Allowed 14 or more walks in a game ____________________________14, at Kansas State (April 17, 2005)

______________________12, at New Mexico State (May 1, 2012) _____________________________ 21, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) _____________________________ 21, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) _____________________________24, at Baylor (March 23, 1996) ___________________________ 25, at UTEP (February 24, 1984)

Did not strikeout in a game ____________________________________vs. Alabama A&M (April 21, 2010) Struck out 10 or more times in a game __________________________ 13, at #9 Texas A&M (May 5, 2012) 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 ___________________14, vs. #25 Texas (April 6, 2012) Struck out 15 or more opposing batters in a game ____________________ 17, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) 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

Allowed 10 or more runs in a loss ______________________________ 14, at New Mexico (April 25, 2012) Allowed 10 or more runs in a win __________________________________ 15, vs. Missouri (May 2, 2010) Allowed 15 or more runs in a game_____________________________ 15, vs. Nebraska (March 25, 2011) Allowed 20 or more runs in a game_____________________________ 22, vs. #13 Texas (March 20, 2008) Allowed 7 or more runs in an inning _______________________ 7 (4th inn.), vs. Missouri (April 27, 2012) Allowed 8 or more runs in an inning ______________________8 (3rd inn.), vs. Nebraska (March 25, 2011) Allowed 9 or more runs in an inning _____________________ 9 (5th inn.), at New Mexico (April 27, 2010) Allowed 10 or more runs in an inning _____________________________ 10, vs. Houston (March 7, 2010) Allowed 5 or more runs in the first inning_____________________________ 6, at Kansas (April 23, 2010) Allowed 6 or more runs in the first inning_____________________________ 6, at Kansas (April 23, 2010) Allowed 7 or more runs in the first inning________________________ 9, at Dallas Baptist (April 14, 2010) Allowed 8 or more runs in the first inning________________________ 9, at Dallas Baptist (April 14, 2010) Allowed 9 or more runs in the first inning________________________ 9, at Dallas Baptist (April 14, 2010)

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 _______________________ 7, vs. Alabama A&M (March 13, 2012) 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)

Overcame a deficit of 4 or more runs in a win ____ 5, at New Mexico State: 0-5, Won - 12-7 (May 1, 2012) 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)

Left 13 or more runners on base _______________________________ 14, at #9 Texas A&M (May 6, 2012) Left 14 or more runners on base _______________________________ 14, at #9 Texas A&M (May 6, 2012) 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. Houston (April 14, 2012) Turned 4 or more double plays _______________________________________ 4, vs. Rice (March 6, 2010)

Squandered a lead of 4 or more runs in a loss ______5, vs. #13 Texas A&M: 5-0, Lost - 5-10 (May 25, 2011) Squandered a lead of 5 or more runs in a loss ______5, vs. #13 Texas A&M: 5-0, Lost - 5-10 (May 25, 2011) 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)

Committed 4 or more errors in a game _______________________ 4, vs. #27 Oklahoma (March 25, 2012) 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 (Shellhorn, Parten, Br. Stewart, Wheeler) vs. Alabama A&M (March 13, 2012) Combined on a three-hitter __ 6 pitchers (von Schamann, Stewart, Corwin, Kilcrease, Paiz, McCrummen) at Missouri (May 15, 2011)

Had 15 or more hits in a game _________________________________ 17, at #9 Texas A&M (May 6, 2012) Had 15 or more hits in a win __________________________________ 17, at #9 Texas A&M (May 6, 2012) Had 20 or more hits in a win ______________________________ 23, vs. Alabama A&M (March 14, 2012) 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)

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES â&#x2014;? vs. Kansas State â&#x2014;? May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL THE LAST TIME A TEXAS TECH PLAYER... HITTING:

PITCHING:

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 ___________Barrett Barnes (3-run) vs. #18 St. John’s (February 24, 2012) Hit a pinch-hit home run _____________________ Bonham Hough (2-run) vs. Gonzaga (March 10, 2010) Hit a grand slam _______________________________ Tim Proudfoot vs. Alabama A&M (March 14, 2012) 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 ____________ Stephen Hagen at #9 Texas A&M (12th, Solo) (May 6, 2012) 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 ____________ Barrett Barnes vs. #22 Oklahoma State (May 20-21, 2011) Homered in 3 consecutive games _______________________ Kyle Martin vs. Baylor (March 23-25, 2007)

Had 5 or more consecutive scoreless outings _______Jerad McCrummen, 6 (May 22, 2011-March 3, 2012) 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 _________ Duke von Schamann, 16.0 (April 6-April 21, 2012) Had a scoreless streak of at least 15 innings _________ Duke von Schamann, 16.0 (April 6-April 21, 2012) Had a scoreless streak of at least 20 innings _____________ Brandon Roberson, 21.1 (March 11-31, 2001) 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 ____________ 17, Brennan Stewart, 6.1 IP, vs. UTSA (April 5, 2011) 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_____Duke von Schamann, 26.1 IP (March 30-April 28, 2012) Pitched 15 or more consecutive innings without allowing a walk_____Duke von Schamann, 26.1 IP (March 30-April 28, 2012) 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)

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)

Pitched 50 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run ____ Duke von Schamann, 59.1 IP, (March 2-April 15, 2012) Pitched 60 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run _____ John Neely, 110.2 IP, (March 26, 2010-April 27, 2012) Pitched 70 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run _____ John Neely, 110.2 IP, (March 26, 2010-April 27, 2012) Pitched 80 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run _____ John Neely, 110.2 IP, (March 26, 2010-April 27, 2012) Pitched 90 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run _____ John Neely, 110.2 IP, (March 26, 2010-April 27, 2012)

Had a 10-game hit streak _____________________Jamodrick McGruder 11 games (April 21-May 6, 2012) 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)

Struck out the side in the first inning ___________________ Daniel Coulombe vs. Iowa (March 11, 2011) Struck out 4 or more consecutive hitters _____ 5, Daniel Coulombe, vs. Northern Illinois (February 25, 2012) 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______6, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) 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, Chad Bettis, vs. #1 Texas (May 27, 2010) Had at least one strikeout in 8 consecutive innings in one game ___ 8, Chad Bettis, vs. #1 Texas (May 27, 2010) Struck out at least 10 batters in 3 outings during season ___________________________ Miles Morgan, 2006

Reached base safely in at least 25 consecutive games _____Jamodrick McGruder 39 games (May 23, 2010-April 15, 2011) 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)

Struck out 10 or more batters in a game __________________ 10, Chad Bettis, vs. #1 Texas (May 27, 2010) Struck out 11 or more batters in a game _________________ 16, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) Struck out 12 or more batters in a game _________________ 16, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) 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)

Reached base in 7 or more consecutive plate appearances______ Jamodrick McGruder, 7 (March 25-27, 2012) Reached base in 8 or more consecutive plate appearances_____Jamodrick McGruder, 9 (February 26-March 1, 2011) Reached base in 9 or more consecutive plate appearances_____Jamodrick McGruder, 9 (February 26-March 1, 2011) 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 _______ Andre Wheeler (BB w/bases loaded in 9th) vs. Kansas (May 1, 2011)

Struck out 6 or more batters in a game in relief __________ 6, Shane Broyles, vs. #25 Texas (April 6, 2012) 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)

Had 6 or more at-bats in a game _______ Reid Redman/Scott LeJeune/Bo Altobelli, 7, at #9 Texas A&M (May 6, 2012) 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 _______________________ Reid Redman, 4, at #9 Texas A&M (May 6, 2012) 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)

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) _______ 7.0, Rusty Shellhorn, vs. Missouri (April 29, 2012) Pitched 7.1 IP or more in Big 12 career debut (starter) _______7.1, Brennan Stewart, at #4 Texas (April 17, 2011) Struck out 6 or more batters in a career debut (starter) _____ 6, Rusty Shellhorn, vs. Tennessee Tech (February 19, 2012) Struck out 7 or more batters in a career debut (starter) _________ 7, Nathan Karns, vs. Oral Roberts (February 24, 2008) Struck out 8 or more batters in a career debut (starter) ____________________ 8, Juan Razo, at TCU (February 22, 2003)

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 _______________________Scott LeJeune 2, vs. #25 Texas (April 6, 2012) Hit 3 or more doubles in a game _________________________ Jeremy Mayo 3, at Kansas (April 25, 2010)

Pitched a complete-game loss _____________ Duke von Schamann (8.0 IP) at #26 TCU (March 11, 2012) Pitched a 7-inning, complete game_______________________ Dusty Buck vs. #17 Baylor (May 19, 2002) Pitched a 9-inning, complete game_________________ Duke von Schamann at Kansas (March 30, 2012) Pitched a 9-inning, complete-game shutout _____________________ A.J. Ramos vs. Kansas (April 20, 2007) Pitched back-to-back complete games in a DH _____ A.J. Ramos/Chad Bettis at #11 Oklahoma (April 11, 2009)

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 triples in consecutive games ___ Jamodrick McGruder vs. #18 St. John’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)

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)

Had 4 or more RBI in a game _______________________ Scott LeJeune 6, at #9 Texas A&M (May 6, 2012) Had 5 or more RBI in a game __________________ Stephen Hagen 6, at New Mexico State (May 1, 2012) Had 6 or more RBI in a game __________________ Stephen Hagen 6, at New Mexico State (May 1, 2012) 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__________ Jamodrick McGruder 4, vs. #5 Texas A&M (April 10, 2011) 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)

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012


2012 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL 2012 NUMERICAL ROSTER NO.

NAME

POS

HT

WT

B/T

CL/EXP

1

Tim Proudfoot

INF

5-10

155

R/R

Fr./HS

2

Jamodrick McGruder

INF/OF

5-7

170

L/R

Jr./2L

3

Scott LeJeune

INF

6-0

210

L/L

RS Jr./2L

2012 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/PREVIOUS SCHOOL

NO

NAME

North Bend, Wash./Mount Si

5

Bo Altobelli

Mesquite, Texas/Lubbock Coronado

POS C/INF

8

Barrett Barnes

OF

Austin, Texas/McNeil

36

Blake Bass

INF

4

Matt Eureste

INF

6-0

165

L/R

Fr./HS

Houston, Texas/St. Pius X

31

Ryan Bielitz

LHP

5

Bo Altobelli

C/INF

6-1

195

R/R

Jr./2L

Plano, Texas/Plano

32

Shane Broyles

RHP

6

Reid Redman

INF

6-1

190

R/R

Sr./1L

Midland, Texas/Midland Christian/Midland JC

9

Bryant Burleson

7

Kevin Whitehead

C

6-2

205

L/R

Sr./3L

Tacoma, Wash./Franklin Pierce

30

Aaron Corwin

8

Barrett Barnes

OF

6-1

210

R/R

Jr./2L

Sugar Land, Texas/Fort Bend Austin

35

Daniel Coulombe

LHP

9

Bryant Burleson

INF

5-8

170

R/R

Fr./HS

Midland, Texas/Midland Christian

49

Brannon Easterling

RHP

10

David Paiz

UTL/RHP 6-3

195

R/R

So./1L

Austin, Texas/Anderson

29

Scott Erzinger

LHP

11

Nick Hanslik

OF

6-2

225

R/R

RS Jr./2L

Wolfforth, Texas/Frenship

4

Matt Eureste

INF

12

Stephen Hagen

INF

6-2

220

R/R

RS Sr./2L

Lakebay, Wash./Peninsula/Eastern Oklahoma State

28

Ben Flora

LHP

Dallas, Texas/Dallas Jesuit College Prep

12

Stephen Hagen

INF

Edmond, Okla./Edmond Santa Fe

11

Nick Hanslik

OF

3

Scott LeJeune

INF

Edmond, Okla./Edmond Santa Fe

17

Jordan Lopez

Lubbock, Texas/Coronado

16

Trey Masek

26

Jerad McCrummen

2

Jamodrick McGruder

INF RHP

14

Zach Reding

OF

6-1

210

L/L

Fr./HS

15

Duke von Schamann

RHP

6-4

215

R/R

RS So./1L

16

Trey Masek

RHP

6-0

185

R/R

So/1L

17

Jordan Lopez

OF

6-0

190

R/R

RS Fr./RS

18

Mason Randolph

C

6-1

190

S/R

So./1L

20

Jamen Parten

RHP

6-2

190

R/R

Jr./1L

Plano, Texas/Plano/North Central Texas College

21

Brennan Moore

OF

5-11

175

R/R

Jr./TR

Decatur, Texas/Decatur/Grayson College

25

Andre Wheeler

LHP/OF

6-1

180

L/L

So./1L

Austin, Texas/Anderson

21

Brennan Moore

26

Jerad McCrummen

RHP

6-1

200

R/R

Jr./1L

Mesquite, Texas/N. Mesquite/Western Texas College

42

John Neely

28

Ben Flora

LHP

5-11

175

L/L

Sr./3L

Plano, Texas/Plano West

10

David Paiz

29

Scott Erzinger

LHP

6-3

225

L/L

RS Jr./2L

Houston, Texas/Lamar

20

Jamen Parten

RHP

30

Aaron Corwin

RHP

5-11

165

R/R

Jr./1L

Corvallis, Ore./Corvallis/Feather River College

1

Tim Proudfoot

INF

31

Ryan Bielitz

LHP

6-2

215

L/L

Fr./HS

The Woodlands, Texas/The Woodlands

18

Mason Randolph

32

Shane Broyles

RHP

6-1

180

R/R

Jr./TR

Burleson, Texas/Burleson/Seminole State

14

Zach Reding

35

Daniel Coulombe

LHP

5-11

185

L/L

RS Jr./RS

36

Blake Bass

INF

6-6

235

R/R

Fr./HS

Giddings, Texas/Giddings

Scottsdale, Ariz./Chaparral/South Montain CC

OF RHP RHP INF/OF OF RHP UTL/RHP

C OF

6

Reid Redman

INF

Lubbock, Texas/Coronado

44

Rusty Shellhorn

LHP RHP

40

Blake Stewart

RHP

6-4

215

R/R

Jr./TR

Midland, Texas/Midland/Midland College

40

Blake Stewart

42

John Neely

RHP

6-2

195

R/R

Sr./2L

Sugar Land, Texas/Clements/North Central Texas College

50

Brennan Stewart

RHP

44

Rusty Shellhorn

LHP

5-10

185

L/L

RS Jr./RS

Spokane, Wash./Central Valley/Washington State

15

Duke von Schamann

RHP

49

Brannon Easterling

RHP

6-5

225

S/R

RS So./TR College Station, Texas/A&M Consolidated/Temple College

25

Andre Wheeler

50

Brennan Stewart

RHP

6-1

185

R/R

RS Sr./3L

7

Kevin Whitehead

Round Rock, Texas/McNeil

COACHING STAFF 13

Dan Spencer (Head Coach) - 4th Season

47

Tim Tadlock (Associate Head Coach) - 1st Season

34

Jim Horner (Assistant Coach) - 2nd Season

33

Andy Jarvis (Volunteer Coach) - 5th Season

19

Jimmy Webster (Director of Operations) - 2nd Season

Shishir Bhakta (Equipment Manager) - 12th Season

STATE BREAKDOWN Texas ________25 - Altobelli, Barnes, Bass, Bielitz, Broyles, Burleson, Easterling, Erzinger, Eureste, Flora, Hanslik, LeJeune, Masek, McCrummen, McGruder, Moore, Neely, Paiz, Parten, Randolph, Reding, Redman, Bl. Stewart, Br. Stewart, Wheeler Washington ________ 4 - Hagen, Proudfoot, Shellhorn, Whitehead Oklahoma _________________________ 2 - Lopez, von Schamann Arizona _____________________________________ 1 - Coulombe Oregon ________________________________________1 - Corwin

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Bo ALTOBELLI

31

Ryan Bielitz

B-litz

35

Daniel COULOMBE

COOL-um

4

Matt EURESTE

YOU-rest-E

3

Scott LeJEUNE

Leh-june

16

Trey MASEK

Mah-sick

26

Jerad McCRUMMEN

Mc-Cruh-men

42

John NEELY

Knee-LEE

10

David PAIZ

Pie-az

14

Zach REDING

RED-ing

15

Duke VON SCHAMANN

von-SHAW-man

C

EXPERIENCE BREAKDOWN Seniors __ 6 - Flora, Hagen, Neely, Redman, Br. Stewart, Whitehead, Juniors_________14 - Altobelli, Barnes, Broyles, Corwin, Coulombe, Erzinger, Hanslik, LeJeune, McCrummen, McGruder, Moore, Parten, Shellhorn, Bl. Stewart Sophomores ______________ 6 - Easterling, Masek, Paiz, Randolph, von Schamann, Wheeler Freshmen ___________________7 - Bass, Bielitz, Burleson, Eureste, Lopez, Proudfoot, Reding

Shawn Lindsey (Athletic Trainer) - 6th Season

5

LHP/OF

ALT-a-belly

POSITION BREAKDOWN (secondary position) Pitchers _______ 16 - Bielitz, Broyles, Corwin, Coulombe, Easterling, Erzinger, Flora, Masek, McCrummen, Neely, Parten, Shellhorn, Bl. Stewart, Br. Stewart, von Schamann, Wheeler (OF) Catchers _______________3 - Altobelli (INF), Randolph, Whitehead Infielders ____________8 - Bass, Burleson, Eureste, Hagen, LeJeune, McGruder (OF), Proudfoot, Redman, Outfielders ___________ 5 - Barnes, Hanslik, Lopez, Moore, Reding, Utility_______________________________________ 1 - Paiz (RHP)

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2012 RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● vs. Kansas State ● May 17-19, 2012

Game Notes - vs. Kansas State - May 17-19, 2012  

Game Notes - vs. Kansas State - May 17-19, 2012