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2014 TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS NCAA Lubbock Super Regional Game Notes


2014 Texas Tech Baseball

NCAA DIVISION I BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP BRACKET 2014 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship Regionals May 30-June 2 *Campus or Neutral Sites Double Elimination First-Round Pairings

Super Regionals June 6-8 or June 7-9 *Campus or Neutral Sites Best-of-Three Games

#1 *Oregon St. (42-12)

Men's College World Series (CWS) June 14-24/25 Omaha, Nebraska Double Elimination First-Round Pairings Best-of-Three CWS Finals

Men's College World Series (CWS) June 14-24/25 Omaha, Nebraska Double Elimination First-Round Pairings Best-of-Three CWS Finals

Super Regionals June 6-8 or June 7-9 *Campus or Neutral Sites Best-of-Three Games

#1 *Florida (40-21)

vs.

vs.

#4 North Dakota St. (25-24) #3 UC Irvine (35-22)

#4 Col. of Charleston (41-17) UC Irvine (38-23)

Col. of Charleston (44-17)

Regional Champion

Regional Champion

June 6 - 9:30 p.m. (ESPNU) June 7- 10 p.m. (ESPNU) June 8 - 9 p.m. (ESPNU)

June 7 - 1 p.m. (ESPNU) June 8 - 3 p.m. (ESPNU) %June 9 - 1 p.m. (ESPN2)

vs.

#2 UNLV (35-23)

#3 North Carolina (34-25) vs.

Super Regional Champion

#1 *Oklahoma St. (45-16)

Super Regional Champion

#2 Long Beach St. (32-24)

#1 *Miami (FL) (41-17)

vs.

vs.

#4 Binghamton (25-25) #3 Cal St. Fullerton (32-22)

Regionals May 30-June 2 *Campus or Neutral Sites Double Elimination First-Round Pairings

#4 Bethune-Cookman (26-31) *Oklahoma St. (48-16)

*Texas Tech (43-19)

Regional Champion

Regional Champion

vs.

#3 Columbia (29-18) vs.

#2 Nebraska (40-19)

#2 Texas Tech (40-18)

#1 *Rice (41-18)

#1 *Cal Poly (45-10)

vs.

#4 George Mason (34-20) #3 Texas A&M (33-24)

vs.

*Texas (41-19)

Pepperdine (42-16)

Regional Champion

Regional Champion

vs.

#2 Texas (38-18)

Super Regional Champion

Super Regional Champion

#2 Arizona St. (33-22)

#1 *TCU (42-15)

vs.

#3 Bryant (42-14)

#3 Pepperdine (39-16) vs.

June 7 - 4 p.m. (ESPNU) June 8 - 6 p.m. (ESPNU) %June 9 - 7 p.m. (ESPNU)

June 6 - 4 p.m. (ESPN2) June 7 - 2 p.m. (ESPN) June 8 - 2 p.m. (ESPN)

#1 *LSU (44-14-1) #4 Southeastern La. (37-23)

#4 Sacramento St. (39-22)

vs.

Houston (48-16)

*TCU (45-15)

Regional Champion

Regional Champion

vs.

#4 Siena (26-31)

#3 Sam Houston St. (41-17) vs.

#2 Houston (44-15)

#2 Dallas Baptist (40-19)

#1 *Florida St. (43-15)

#1 *La.-Lafayette (53-7)

vs.

vs.

#4 Ga. Southern (39-21) #3 Kennesaw St. (37-21)

#4 Jackson St. (31-23) Kennesaw St. (40-22)

*La.-Lafayette (57-8)

Regional Champion

June 6 - 6:30 p.m. (ESPNU) June 7 - 7 p.m. (ESPNU) June 8 - 6 p.m. (ESPN2) Super Regional Champion

#1 *Louisville (45-15) vs.

#4 Kent St. (36-21) #3 Kansas (34-24)

Regional Champion

National Top Eight Seeds

vs.

#2 Alabama (34-22)

*Louisville (48-15) Regional Champion

vs.

#2 Kentucky (35-23)

1. Oregon St. (42-12) 2. Florida (40-21) 3. Virginia (44-13) 4. Indiana (42-13) 5. Florida St. (43-15) 6. La.-Lafayette (53-7) 7. TCU (42-15) 8. LSU (44-14-1)

Super Regional Champion

vs.

#4 Jacksonville St. (36-25) Ole Miss (44-18) Regional Champion

vs.

#1 *South Carolina (42-16)

vs.

vs.

#4 Campbell (40-19) *Vanderbilt (44-18)

Maryland (39-21)

Regional Champion

Regional Champion

June 6 - 1 p.m. (ESPN2) June 7 - 3 p.m. (ESPN2) June 8 - 3 p.m. (ESPN2)

June 7 - Noon (ESPN2) June 8 - Noon (ESPN2) %June 9 - 4 p.m. (ESPN2)

vs.

#1 *Indiana (42-13)

#3 Old Dominion (36-24) vs.

All times are Eastern

vs.

Super Regional Champion

All times are Eastern

*Virginia (47-13)

Regional Champion

Regional Champion

vs.

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#1 *Virginia (44-13) #4 Bucknell (30-19-1)

Stanford (34-24)

#2 Indiana St. (35-16)

#2 Maryland (36-21)

vs.

Super Regional Champion

#4 Youngstown St. (16-36) #3 Stanford (30-23)

#3 Georgia Tech (36-25) #2 Washington (39-15-1)

#4 Xavier (29-27)

#2 Oregon (42-18)

#2 Mississippi St. (37-22)

#1 *Ole Miss (41-18)

#1 *Vanderbilt (41-18)

#3 Clemson (36-23)

#3 San Diego St. (42-19) vs.

June 7 - 8 p.m. (ESPN2) June 8 - 9 p.m. (ESPN2) %June 9 - 7 p.m. (ESPN2)

#3 Liberty (41-16) vs.

#2 Arkansas (38-23) % Game Time and Network subject to change

* Host Institution

Final - 6-3-14/ 8 a.m.

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

2014 OFFICIAL GAME NOTES

2014 SCHEDULE/RESULTS FEBRUARY (8-2) 14 #3 INDIANA______________________________ L, 0-1 15 #3 INDIANA____________________________ W, 10-5 #3 INDIANA_____________________________ W, 6-2 16 #3 INDIANA_____________________________ W, 7-0 21 # ORAL ROBERTS__________________________ W, 3-2 22 # ORAL ROBERTS__________________________ W, 7-2 23 # ORAL ROBERTS__________________________ W, 4-1 24 BYU____________________________________ W, 4-2 27 at Stephen F. Austin________________________ W, 5-4 28 + vs. Houston (CSN)__________________________ L, 0-9

GAMES 63-65 | NCAA LUBBOCK SUPER REGIONAL

#10 TEXAS TECH vs. #16 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

MARCH (14-7) 1 + vs. Sam Houston State (CSN)________________ L, 6-10 2 + vs. #10 Rice (CSN)__________________________ W, 2-1 4 NEW MEXICO____________________________ W, 9-3 6 NEW MEXICO STATE______________________ W, 5-3 7 NEW MEXICO STATE (PLUS)_______________ W, 15-2 8 NEW MEXICO STATE___________________W, 8-7 (12) 9 NEW MEXICO STATE_____________________ W, 14-4 11 ABILENE CHRISTIAN____________________W, 6-2 (7) 14 * at Baylor (FCS)_____________________________ L, 0-1 15 * at Baylor (FS1)_____________________________ L, 1-2 16 * at Baylor (PLUS)___________________________ W, 7-1 18 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN_____________________ W, 20-4 19 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN_______________________ L, 3-6 21 * at #24 TCU________________________________ L, 0-9 22 * at #24 TCU_______________________________ W, 10-2 23 * at #24 TCU (PLUS)_________________________ W, 12-2 25 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF___________________ W, 2-0 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF___________________ W, 5-1 28 * #12 TEXAS (FCS)_________________________ L, 1-11 29 * #12 TEXAS______________________________ W, 8-4 30 * #12 TEXAS (FSW)_____________________ L, 2-5 (12) APRIL (14-4) 1 vs. New Mexico - Midland, Texas______________ W, 6-3 4 * at #20 Oklahoma State______________________ L, 1-3 5 * at #20 Oklahoma State_____________________ W, 16-6 6 * at #20 Oklahoma State______________________ L, 3-8 8 ABILENE CHRISTIAN_____________________ W, 19-2 11 * KANSAS STATE__________________________ W, 4-3 12 * KANSAS STATE__________________________ W, 7-4 13 * KANSAS STATE (FCS)____________________ W, 11-7 15 DALLAS BAPTIST________________________ W, 5-4 17 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M_______________________ W, 4-3 18 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M (FSW)_________________ W, 8-0 19 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M____________________W, 13-0 (7) 21 at New Mexico____________________________ L, 3-4 22 vs. TCU - Abilene, Texas_____________________ L, 0-4 25 * OKLAHOMA (FSW)_______________________ W, 9-5 26 * OKLAHOMA (FCS)_______________________ W, 14-4 27 * OKLAHOMA (PLUS)___________________W, 14-4 (7) 29 at Oral Roberts________________________ W, 4-1 (12) MAY (6-5) 2 * 3 * 4 * 6 15 * 16 * 17 * 21 $ 22 $ 30 ^ 31 ^ JUNE (1-1) 1 ^ 2 ^ 7 & 8 & 9 & 14-25

at Kansas________________________________ L, 3-11 at Kansas_________________________________ L, 4-6 at Kansas_________________________________ L, 1-4 at Dallas Baptist__________________________ W, 18-3 WEST VIRGINIA (PLUS)_________________W, 4-3 (11) WEST VIRGINIA__________________________ W, 3-2 WEST VIRGINIA__________________________ W, 4-0 vs. #19 Texas______________________________ L, 3-8 vs. Oklahoma_____________________________ L, 8-9 vs. Columbia (ESPN3)_______________________ W, 3-2 at #3 Miami (Fla.) (ESPN3)____________________ W, 3-0 at #3 Miami (Fla.) (ESPN3)____________________ L, 1-2 at #3 Miami (Fla.) (ESPN)_____________________ W, 4-0 #16 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON (ESPNU)__ 12:05 p.m. #16 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON (ESPNU)___2:05 p.m. #16 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON (ESPN2)__12:05 p.m. NCAA College World Series___________________ TBD

BOLD Home games played at Rip Griffin Park * Big 12 Conference Game # Brooks Wallace Memorial Series (Lubbock, Texas) + Houston College Classic (Houston, Texas) $ Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship (Oklahoma City, Okla.) ^ NCAA Coral Gables Regional (Coral Gables, Fla.) & NCAA Lubbock Super Regional (Lubbock, Texas) CSN Comcast SportsNet Houston FCS FOX College Sports FS1 FOX Sports 1 FSW FOX Sports Southwest PLUS FOX Sports Southwest Plus ESPN ESPN ESPN2 ESPN2 ESPNU ESPNU ESPN3 ESPN3

June 7-9, 2014 12:05 p.m. | 2:05 p.m. | 12:05 p.m. Lubbock, Texas Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park (4,528)

43-19, 14-10

First Pitch: ___ Sat - 12:05 pm, Sun - 2:05 pm, Mon - 12:05 pm Stadium_________ Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park (4,528) Surface__________________________________ FieldTurf Dimensions:________________330 (LF), 404 (CF), 330 (RF) All-Time Series________________________ Never Played Last Meeting:_________________________ Never Played

#10 TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS

Overall Record:______________________________ 43-19 Conference Record:__________________________ 14-10 NCAA RPI/Boyd’s World/Warren Nolan:________ 17/14/12 Home Record:____________________________ 31-4 Road Record:_____________________________ 9-10 Neutral Record:____________________________ 3-5 Last 5/Last 10:__________________________3-2/7-3 Streak:____________________________________ Won 1 Rankings:____ CB: #10/ NCBWA: #10/ USA TODAY: #23/ BA: NR Website:______________________ www.TexasTech.com Head Coach:___________________________ Tim Tadlock Career Record:__________________ 69-49 (2nd year) Record at Texas Tech:_____________ 69-49 (2nd year)

#16 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON COUGARS

Overall Record:______________________________ 44-17 Conference Record:___________________________ 15-6 NCAA RPI/Boyd’s World/Warren Nolan:________ 53/40/40 Home Record:____________________________ 28-7 Road Record:____________________________ 12-10 Neutral Record:____________________________ 4-0 Last 5/Last 10:__________________________5-0/9-1 Streak:____________________________________ Won 6 Rankings:__ NCBWA: #16/ CB: #16/ USA TODAY: NR/ BA: NR Website:______________________ www.cofcsports.com Head Coach:____________________________ Monte Lee Career Record:_________________231-128 (6th year) Record at School:_______________231-128 (6th year)

PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS Sunday, June 8 W-L ERA K/BB Pitcher W-L ERA K/BB

Saturday, June 7

Pitcher Chris Sadberry (LHP) 4-3 3.49 52/23 Taylor Clarke (RHP) 10-3 2.62 89/30

TBA

Bailey Ober (RHP)

44-17, 15-6

TV______________________Sat-Sun: ESPNU, Mon: ESPN2 TV Talent___________Joe Davis (PXP), Jay Walker (Analyst) Network Radio_____________ Texas Tech Sports Network Radio Talent______Brian Hanni(PXP), Jamie Lent (Analyst) Live Video/Audio__________________ www.TexasTech.tv Gameday Central________________ www.TexasTech.com

--- --- --/--

10-2 1.55 81/19

Monday, June 9 Pitcher TBA

W-L ERA K/BB --- --- --/--

Tyler Thornton (RHP) 7-5 3.03 71/17

FIRST PITCH No. 10 Texas Tech (43-19) will host No. 16 College of Charleston in the NCAA Lubbock Super Regional this weekend, June 7-9, at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park, for a best-of-three series with the winner advancing to the NCAA College World Series, June 14-25, at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska. Game one first pitch is Saturday at 12:05 p.m. CT (ESPNU) while game two is scheduled for 2:05 p.m. on Sunday (ESPNU) and game three - if necessary - is set for Monday at 12:05 p.m. CT (ESPN2). Tech, a two-seed in the NCAA Tournament, won its first-ever regional tournament at the Coral Gables Regional, hosted by Miami (Fla)., with a 3-1 record with a victory over Columbia in the first-round and then shutting out the Hurricanes twice last weekend in Coral Gables, Fla. Tech is making its first-ever appearance at an NCAA Super Regional. CofC went 3-0 at the Gainesville Regional, hosted by national-seed Florida, where the Cougars defeated Florida (3-2) and Long Beach State (6-3, 4-2) on two occasions. This season marks CofC’s sixth NCAA Tournament appearance since 2004 and its second-ever NCAA Super Regional appearance (2006). TEXAS TECH - NCAA TOURNAMENT NOTES • Texas Tech is making its first-ever appearance in the NCAA Super Regionals. • Tech captured its first-ever NCAA Regional Tournament title winning the Coral Gables Regional, hosted by Miami (Fla.). • Texas Tech is 18-19 in 10 appearances in the NCAA Tournament (1995-2002, 2004, 2014). • Tech and CofC have never played... Tech is playing its first-ever opponent from the Colonial Athletic Conference. • The Red Raiders pitching staff recorded a 0.97 ERA at the Coral Gables Regional with 37.0 innings pitched/4 earned runs. • Tech’s pitching staff posted 33 scoreless innings during 37 total innings pitched. • Tech’s shutout over No. 3 Miami (5/31) marked UM’s first time being shutout in the NCAA Tournament since 1995. • Tech shut out Miami twice during the Coral Gables Regional - a first in 42 trips to the NCAA Tournament for the ‘Canes. • Tech freshman LHP Dylan Dusek was named the Coral Gables Regional Most Outstanding Player. • The Red Raiders had four players named Coral Gables All-Tournament Team (Dusek, Gutierrez, Long, Proudfoot). • Tech set a school record for its most walks in an NCAA Regional Tournament with 18 in 4 games at Coral Gables Regional. • Texas Tech is 4-6 all-time when playing in Lubbock in the NCAA Tournament while hosting regionals in 1996, 1997, 1999. • College of Charleston becomes Tech’s 23rd all-time opponent in NCAA Tournament play since 1995. • Tech defeated Columbia 3-2 on a walk-off win in the ninth inning. It was Tech’s 3rd walk-off win in the NCAA Tournament. • Texas Tech is 6-15 all-time in NCAA Tournament history against nationally-ranked opponents.

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball MEDIA INFORMATION

QUICK FACTS

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

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

TEXAS TECH SPORTS NETWORK For the 21st consecutive year, the entire Texas Tech baseball game schedule will be broadcast live on the Texas Tech Sports Network and made available to its statewide affiliates. In the broadcast booth for his seventh season, Robert Giovannetti will handle the play-by-play duties along with Brian Hanni, who enters his second season. Handling the radio analyst duties for the second consecutive year is Jamie Lent while Dr. Mike Gustafson will serve as a fill in for his fourth season in the booth. Each broadcast gets underway with a 30-minute pre-game show while games will be carried locally on the flagship station of the Texas Tech Sports Network, Double T 104.3 FM and in Hobbs, N.M. on 1390 AM. Fans who are located outside of the listening areas can follow the Red Raiders online through Texas Tech TV at www.TexasTech.tv. Live audio is streamed for both home and away games. RED RAIDER BASEBALL WITH TIM TADLOCK WEEKLY RADIO SHOW Fans and media alike can listen to Red Raider Baseball with Tim Tadlock (radio show) all season with 10 shows throughout the 2014 season. The show will be hosted by Brian Hanni and will air live on KTTU 104.3 FM between 6 and 7 p.m. The show will air live on location at Rudy’s Country Store and Bar-B-Q on South Loop 289 and Slide Road. Radio Show dates: Feb. 17, Feb. 24, Mar. 3, Mar. 10, Mar. 17, Mar. 24, Mar. 31, Apr. 7, Apr. 14, Apr. 24. BIG 12 CONFERENCE The baseball media contact for the Big 12 Conference is Laura Rasmussen. She can be reached by email at lrasmussen@Big12Sports.com or by phone at (469) 524-1009. MEDIA CREDENTIALS - Media members wishing to cover the Texas Tech baseball team at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park during the season must be issued a working credential from the Texas Tech Athletics Communications Office. - All requests for both media and photo credentials must be made in writing at least two days in advance of the game date to Scott Lacefield, Associate Director of Athletics Communications (email: scott.lacefield@ttu.edu). - Requests are honored from sports editors of daily and weekly newspapers, editors of sports periodicals, sports directors of radio and television stations who broadcast regularly scheduled daily sports reports and talk shows and collegiate baseball websites. INTERVIEWING HEAD COACH TIM TADLOCK & RED RAIDER STUDENT-ATHLETES All interview requests with head coach Tim Tadlock and Red Raider baseball student-athletes must be arranged through Scott Lacefield in the Athletics Communications Office. Contact Scott Lacefield at (817) 691-3786. VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS Texas Tech Athletics will provide video highlights and interviews of Red Raider baseball through an FTP site hosted by the Texas Tech athletics department. Members of the media can download files in QuickTime format that are of broadcast quality. Texas Tech will make every efffort to have highlights and interviews available as quickly as possible following games and from weekly media availability. For login information, please contact Scott Lacefield.

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HISTORY First Year of Baseball_________________ 1926, then 1954 All-Time Record (Years)_____________ 1,544-1,216-8 (64) All-Time Big 12 Record (Years)___________239-240-2 (18) All-Time Extra-Innings Record________________ 40-31-3 All-Time Home Record___________________ 1,006-469-5 All-Time Road Record_____________________ 428-656-3 All-Time Neutral Record______________________ 110-91 All-Time NCAA Tournament Record______________ 18-19 Years in CWS/Last Appearance_________________ None NCAA Super Regionals_________________________2014 NCAA Regionals___________ 10 (1995-2002, 2004, 2014) Hosted NCAA Regionals___________ 3 (1996, 1997, 1999) Last Opponent / Result______ 2014, No. 3 Miami / W, 4-0 COACHING STAFF Head Coach______________ Tim Tadlock (Texas Tech ‘92) Career Record / years________________ 69-49 / 2nd year Record at TTU / years________________ 69-49 / 2nd year Assistant Coach______________ Ray Hayward (2nd Year) Assistant Coach_____________ J-Bob Thomas (2nd Year) Volunteer Assistant Coach_______Matt Gardner (1st Year) Director of Operations__________ Joe Hughes (2nd Year) Administrative Assistant___ Charlotte Becton (11th Year) Equipment Manager_________Shishir Bhakta (14th Year) Baseball Office Phone________________ (806) 834-4836 Baseball Fax________________________ (806) 742-4630 Baseball Clubhouse__________________ (806) 742-0340 SPORTS MEDICINE Athletic Trainer/Baseball______ Bryan Simpson (1st Year) Email_______________________ bryan.simpson@ttu.edu TEAM INFORMATION 2013 Overall Record__________________________ 26-30 Big 12 Conference Record / Finish____________9-15 / 8th Home Record_______________________________ 19-10 Away Record_________________________________ 6-16 Neutral Record________________________________ 1-4 Final Rankings_______________________________ None Postseason________________ Big 12 Championship, 1-2 Letterwinners Returning / Lost________________ 18 / 13 Position Starters Returning / Lost________________ 8 / 1 Pitchers Returning / Lost_______________________ 8 / 5 Starting Pitchers Returning / Lost________________ 8 / 1 Newcomers / Redshirt Returners________________ 14 / 1 STADIUM INFORMATION Home Field___________ Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park Surface_________________________________ FieldTurf Capacity___________________________________ 4,528 Record at Facility (2012-Present)________________ 72-25 Dimensions___________________ 330-LF, 404-CF, 330-RF Fence Height_______________________________ 12 feet

CAMERON SMITH

- Smith turned in a career performance in the Coral Gables Regional championship game with the first complete game by any Red Raider this season. Smith pitched a three-hit, complete-game shutout over No. 3 Miami.

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

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball

ALPHABETICAL

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

2014 STARTERS BY POSITION

CF

Stephen Smith_________ 31 Devon Conley__________ 19 Todd Ritchie____________ 4 Zach Davis_____________ 4 Tyler Neslony___________ 3 Alec Humphreys_________ 1

LF

Tyler Neslony__________ 36 Alec Humphreys________ 12 Anthony Lyons__________ 9 Todd Ritchie____________ 3 Zach Davis_____________ 1 Heath Herrington________ 1

SS

2B

Tim Proudfoot__________ 38 Ryan Long_____________ 21 Matt Broadbent_________ 3

Bryant Burleson________ 59 Alec Humphreys_________ 2 Ryan Long______________ 1

3B

DH

Adam Kirsch___________ 22 Matt Broadbent________ 12 Anthony Lyons_________ 10 Jake Barrios_____________ 7 Ryan Long______________ 6 Jonny Drozd____________ 2 Alec Humphreys_________ 1 Ty Damron_____________ 1 Ryan Moseley___________ 1

RF

Adam Kirsch___________ 39 Stephen Smith_________ 18 Todd Ritchie____________ 2 Devon Conley___________ 2 Eric Gutierrez___________ 1

1B

Jake Barrios____________ 41 Ryan Long______________ 9 Alec Humphreys_________ 8 Matt Broadbent_________ 4

Eric Gutierrez__________ 61 Matt Broadbent_________ 1

C

Hunter Redman________ 37 Tyler Floyd_____________ 18 Mason Randolph________ 7

P

Chris Sadberry_________ 15 Dylan Dusek___________ 13 Dominic Moreno________ 8 Matt Withrow___________ 8 Corey Taylor____________ 6 Cameron Smith__________ 4 Ryan Moseley___________ 4 Johnathon Tripp_________ 3 Ty Damron_____________ 1

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball GAME NOTES COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON AT A GLANCE The College of Charleston Cougars entered the NCAA Tournament as a No. 4 seed after receiving an automatic qualifying bid as the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament champions. CofC finished second in the CAA regular season with a 15-6 league mark as William & Mary captured the regular season title. This season marks CofC’s sixth all-time appearance in the NCAA Tournament - all coming since 2004 - while advancing to the NCAA Super Regionals for the second time (2006). The Cougars enter the super regional having won six straight, 10 of its last 11, 13 of its last 15 and 27 of its last 34 games since Apr. 2. CofC - like Texas Tech - played 35 regular season home games with a 28-7 record. CofC went 12-10 on the road and was 4-0 on a neutral field. The Cougars are batting .258 as a team with a .972 fielding percentage and an impressive 2.78 ERA. One of the Cougars top performers this season has been shortstop Gunnar Heidt who is batting .335 (55-for-164) with 10 doubles, four home runs and 30 RBI. Heidt, however, has missed the last six weeks of the season with a broken hand. He was set to return in 6-8 weeks following his injury. The Cougars top run producer has been three-hole batter and third baseman Carl Wise who is batting .297 with 11 doubles, four triples, three home runs and a team-leading 54 RBI. The Cougars have seven pitchers with an earned run average at or below 3.00. CofC is led on the mound by a pair of 10-game winners with right-handed pitchers Bailey Ober (10-2, 1.55) and Taylor Clarke (10-3, 2.62). Five pitchers have an opponent batting average below .200 while the team’s strikeout-to-walk ratio is an impressive 464 strikeouts to 162 walks. In addition, Texas Tech and CofC have one common opponent with both teams facing Houston this season. Tech lost one matchup with Houston while CofC was swept in a three-game series in Houston. TEXAS TECH PUTS LONGEST ACTIVE HOME WINNING STREAK IN THE NATION ON THE LINE AGAINST COUGARS Tech has a 31-4 record at home, which is the second most home wins in the nation only behind South Carolina (32-6) who played in three additional home games. Twice this season the Red Raiders have won 14 straight home games, including an active 14-game streak that leads the country. Below is a look at the longest active home winning streaks in the nation. 14 Games Texas Tech 13 Games Rutgers 11 Games Kennesaw State 10 Games Oklahoma State 9 Games Sam Houston State 9 Games UT Arlington 9 Games Virginia 9 Games Western Carolina BOLD Teams playing at home this weekend TEXAS TECH JOINS LIST OF BIG 12 PROGRAMS TO ADVANCE TO NCAA SUPER REGIONALS For the first time in school history the Texas Tech baseball team has advanced to the NCAA Super Regionals and will become the ninth Big 12 program to make a super regional. In fact, Tech and TCU join the list as the conference now has 10 programs that have made it to the NCAA Super Regionals as members of the Big 12 Conference. HOTTEST TICKET IN TOWN Red Raider Nation has been out in force in anticipation for the Red Raiders first-ever NCAA Super Regionals as tickets for the best-of-three series against College of Charleston became sold out in less than 40 minutes on Tuesday morning. Tech’s home field, Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park, has a seating capacity of 4,258 seats, while all general admission, reserved seats, suites and stadium club seats were spoken for within the first hour when tickets went on sale at the Tech ticket office. COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Tech’s matchup with College of Charleston will not only be the first time Tech has faced the Cougars but also the first time the Red Raiders have played a school in the Colonial Athletic Association. The league has eight baseball playing institutions, including William & Mary, CofC, UNC Wilmington, Delaware, Northeastern, James Madison, Hofstra and Towson. TADLOCK IN NCAA SUPER REGIONALS In just his second season as head baseball coach at his alma mater, Tim Tadlock has taken the Red Raiders to the NCAA Super Regionals. It won’t be his first ride through this round of the NCAA Tournament as he was an assistant coach at Oklahoma for a pair of Super Regional appearances in 2006 (Rice) and 2010 (Charlottesville). OU went on to lose in three games at Rice and won games two and three of the Charlottesville Super Regional to advance to the College World Series in 2010 where the Sooners went 1-2 with a win over South Carolina and dropping contests to Clemson and South Carolina. TEXAS TECH WITH ITS MOST WINS SINCE 2001 Tech now has 43 wins this season after going 3-1 and winning the NCAA Coral Gables Regional Tournament, which was hosted by No. 3 Miami (Fla.). It marks Tech’s most wins in a season since 2001 when the Red Raiders finished their season 4320-1 with a 3-2 record and losing in the championship game of the Fullerton Regional, hosted by No. 1 Cal State Fullerton. TEXAS TECH RECEIVES TOP-10 RANKING FOR FIRST TIME IN 16 YEARS Texas Tech enters the NCAA Super Regionals ranked No. 10 in the country in the latest Collegiate Baseball and NCBWA top-30 polls. It marks Tech’s first top-10 ranking since checking in at No. 9 in the USA Today Coaches’ poll on Feb. 22, 1998. RED RAIDERS BLANK MIAMI TWICE DURING CORAL GABLES REGIONAL Texas Tech became the only unbeaten team in the NCAA Coral Gables Regional with a 3-0 shutout over No. 3 Miami (Fla.) on May 31 at Alex Rodriguez Park - Mark Light Field. The shutout - led by freshman left-handed pitcher Dylan Dusek who went eight scoreless innings - was the first time the Hurricanes had been shutout in NCAA Tournament play since 1995 when Texas A&M shutout Miami 4-0 in a College World Series game in Omaha in 1995. Then, to win the regional, the Red Raiders - led by junior left-handed pitcher Cameron Smith who pitched a three-hit, complete-game shutout - blanked the ‘Canes again marking the first time in Miami history that they had been shut out twice in an NCAA postseason. TEXAS TECH PITCHERS RECORD 33 SCORELESS INNINGS WITH 0.97 ERA Six Red Raider pitchers combined for a 0.97 ERA in 37.0 innings pitched during four games at the NCAA Coral Gables Regional at Miami. The Red Raider pitchers posted 19 strikeouts and allowed just 22 base hits while opponents batted .173. Tech posted 33 scoreless innings pitched out of 37 total innings while not allowing multiple runs to score during Tech’s five games at the Coral Gables Regional. NOT PITCHING LIKE NEWCOMERS Texas Tech rolled out four newcomers in its starting rotation at the Coral Gables Regional as junior LHP Chris Sadberry, freshman LHP Dylan Dusek, freshman RHP Ryan Moseley and junior LHP Cameron Smith started games for Tech in the regional. In fact, entering this season in nine appearances at the NCAA Tournament Tech had never started a freshman on the mound. Dusek made school history making the first start by a Tech freshman and then the following night Moseley made it freshmen starters for Tech in back-to-back games at the NCAA Tournament.

BY THE NUMBERS

.294 - Batting average led the Big 12 Conference. .981 - Fielding percentage ranks 6th in the nation. 0.97 - ERA at the Coral Gables Regional. 1 - Three game losing streak this season. 3 - Big 12 series sweeps (K-State, OU, West Virginia). 3.43 - ERA is best by TTU staff since 1994. 4 - Runs allowed during NCAA Coral Gables Regional. 6 - Series sweeps this season. 7 - Wins during last at-bat this season. 10 - Wins over top-25 ranked opponents this year. 14 - One-run wins this season. 14 - Big 12 wins - its most since 2004. 16 - Consecutive weeks ranked nationally. 17 - Come-from-behind wins this season. 18 - All-time NCAA Tournament wins. 19 - Neslony hit streak - longest by TTU player since 2004. 25 - Wins by the bullpen this season. 27 - Times have held teams to 2 or fewer runs (23-4). 31 - Home wins rank second in the nation. 40 - First 40-win season since 2004. 64 - Double plays turned - leads the Big 12. 500 - Collegiate career wins by Tim Tadlock. 6


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TEXAS TECH NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY YEAR SEED OPPONENT 1995 #1

W/L SCORE MIDWEST I REGIONAL vs. Providence W 24-5 vs. Arkansas W 14-10 vs. #15 Stanford W 3-1 vs. #15 Stanford L * 2-3 vs. #15 Stanford L ^ 5-6

1996 #2

CENTRAL LUBBOCK REGIONAL FRESNO STATE L 5-12 AKRON W 7-2 FRESNO STATE W 13-2 #1 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA L 10-13 (11)

1997 #1

CENTRAL LUBBOCK REGIONAL TEXAS STATE L 6-7 (11) MISSOURI STATE L 2-4

1998 #4

ATLANTIC I MIAMI (FLA.) REGIONAL vs. #29 North Carolina W 6-2 vs. #9 South Carolina L 8-9 at #1 Miami (Fla.) L 0-13

1999 #2

CENTRAL LUBBOCK REGIONAL RUTGERS W 5-2 WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE W 8-5 #1 RICE L * 1-3 #1 RICE L ^ 11-15

2000 #3

HOUSTON REGIONAL at #24 Rice L vs. Princeton W at #24 Rice L

2-5 10-1 4-11

Houston, Texas

2001 #3

FULLERTON REGIONAL vs. #19 Arizona State L vs. Temple W vs. #19 Arizona State W at #1 Cal State Fullerton W at #1 Cal State Fullerton L

3-12 14-3 9-8 11-5 * 2-9

Fullerton, Calif.

2002 #2

RICE REGIONAL vs. Washington W at #2 Rice L vs. Washington L

5-4 0-6 1-3

Houston, Texas

2004 #2

ATLANTA REGIONAL vs. Mississippi State W at #5 Georgia Tech L vs. Mississippi State W vs. #5 Georgia Tech L

10-6 3-9 14-7 * 3-5

Atlanta, Ga.

2014 #2

CORAL GABLES REGIONAL vs. Columbia W % 3-2 at #3 Miami (Fla.) W 3-0 at #3 Miami (Fla.) L 1-2 (10) at #3 Miami (Fla.) W 4-0

* - NCAA Regional Championship Game ^ - NCAA Regional “If Necessary” Championship Game % - Walk-off win

SITE Wichita, Kan.

Lubbock, Texas

Lubbock, Texas

Miami, Fla.

Lubbock, Texas

Coral Gables, Fla.

TEXAS TECH NCAA TOURNAMENT RECORDS By Seed No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 TOTAL

W L 3 4 10 9 4 4 1 2 18 19

By Site Atlanta, Ga. Fullerton, Calif. Houston, Texas Lubbock, Texas Miami, Fla. Wichita, Kan. TOTAL

W L 2 2 3 2 2 4 4 6 4 3 3 2 18 19

By Opponents Akron Arizona State Arkansas Cal State Fullerton Columbia Fresno State Georgia Tech Miami (Fla.) Mississippi State Missouri State North Carolina Princeton Providence Rice Rutgers South Carolina Southern California Stanford Temple Texas State Washington Wisconsin-Milwaukee TOTAL

W L 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 5 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 18 19

By Conference American Athletic Atlantic Coast BIG EAST Big West Conference USA Horizon Ivy Mid-American Missouri Valley Mountain West PAC-12 Southeastern Sun Belt TOTAL

W L 2 0 3 4 1 0 1 1 0 5 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 3 5 3 1 0 1 18 19

By Coaches Larry Hays (1995-2004) Tim Tadlock (2014) TOTAL

W L 15 18 3 1 18 19

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TEXAS TECH NCAA TOURNAMENT RECORDS INDIVIDUAL HITTING Games played career: _______________________________________ 9, Josh Bard (97-99) Clint Bryant (95-96) Matt Kastelic (1995-96) David Lindstrom (1995-96) Most at-bats game: ________________ 7, Matt Kastelic, Brad Davis both vs. USC (5/26/96) Most at-bats series: _____________________________________23, Randy DuRoss (1995) Clint Bryant (1995) Nick Blankenship (2001) Most at-bats career: ____________________________________ 41, Clint Bryant (1995-96) Matt Kastelic (1995-96) Most runs game: __________ 4, two players (last Josh Haney vs. Mississippi State, 6/5/04) Most runs series: ________________________________________ 8, Jason Totman (1995) Most runs career: ______________________________________ 12, Clint Bryant (1995-96) Most hits game: ___________________________________ 6, Joe Dillon vs. USC (5/26/96) Most hits series: __________________________________________14, Clint Bryant (1995) Most hits career: ______________________________________ 18, Clint Bryant (1995-96) Best batting average game: _______________ 1.000 (6-for-6) Joe Dillon vs. USC (5/26/96) Best batting average career:____________________ .556 (10-for-18) Stubby Clapp (1996) Most walks game: _____________________ 3 3x (last Adam Kirsch vs. Columbia, 5/30/14) Most walks series: ________________________________________ 6, Adam Kirsch (2014) Most walks career: _____________________4, Ryan Ruiz (1998), Jason Landreth (1997-98) Most doubles game: _______________________________ 2, Joe Dillon vs. USC (5/26/98) David Lindstrom vs. Fresno State (5/25/96) Stubby Clapp vs. Fresno State (5/23/96) Jason Totman vs. Providence (5/27/95) Tony Arnerich vs. Arizona State (5/26/01) Most doubles series: _____________________________________ 5, Stubby Clapp (1996) Most doubles career: ________________________________ 5, David Lindstrom (1995-96) Stubby Clapp (1996) Most triples game: _______________________________ 1, Brad Davis vs. Akron, (5/24/96) Andy Gonzalez & Dax Holmstead vs. Arkansas (5/28/95) Clint Bryant vs. Providence (5/27/95) Tyler Carson vs. Temple, 5/26/01 Most triples series: _____________________________________________ 1, seven players Most triples career: ____________________________________________ 1, seven players Most home runs game: ________________________ 2, Clint Bryant vs. Arkansas (5/28/95) Dion Ruecker vs. Providence (5/27/95) Most home runs series: _____________________________________3, Clint Bryant (1995) Bryon Smith (2001) Most home runs career: ____________________________________ 3, Bryon Smith (2001) Clint Bryant (1995-96) Most RBI game: ____________________________ 6, Clint Bryant vs. Providence (5/27/95) Most RBI series: __________________________________________13, Clint Bryant (1995) Most RBI career: _______________________________________ 13, Clint Bryant (1995-96) Most total bases game: _____________________ 10, Clint Bryant vs. Providence (5/27/95) Clint Bryant vs. Arkansas (5/28/96) Hit for cycle: __________________________________Clint Bryant vs. Providence, 5/27/95 Most stolen bases game: ____________________________________ 2, by several players Most stolen bases series: __________________________________ 4, Kerry Hodges (2001) Matt Kastelic (1995) Most stolen bases career: _________________________________ 4, Kerry Hodges (2001) Matt Kastelic (1995) TEAM HITTING Most at-bats game: ________________________________________ 54, vs. USC (5/26/96) Most at-bats series: ________________________________________________ 187 (1995) Fewest at-bats game: _________________________________ 28, vs. Columbia (5/30/14) Most runs game: ____________________________________ 24, vs. Providence (5/27/95) Most runs series: ___________________________________________________ 49 (1995) Most runs inning: ____________________________________ 10, vs. Providence (5/27/95) Fewest runs game: _________________________________________ 0, at Miami (5/23/98) 0, at Rice (6/1/02) Most runs- two teams:________________________________ 29, vs. Providence, 5/27/95 Most hits game: ______________________________________ 27, vs. Providence, 5/27/95 Most hits series: ____________________________________________________ 67 (1995) Fewest hits game: _________________________5, vs. Southwest Missouri State (5/22/97) Best batting average series:________________________________ .361, 60-for-166 (1996) Worst batting average series: _______________________________ .189, 14-for-78 (1997) Most walks game: _________________________________ 8 vs. Mississippi State (6/5/04) Most walks series: __________________________________________________ 18 (2014) Most doubles game: ___________________________________7 vs. Providence (5/27/95) Most doubles series: ________________________________________________ 15 (1995) Most triples game:_______________________________ 2, twice (last vs. Akron, 5/24/96) Most triples series: ___________________________________________________ 3 (1995) Most home runs game:________________________________ 6, vs. Providence (5/27/95) Most home runs series: ______________________________________________ 10 (1995) Most RBI game: _____________________________________ 24, vs. Providence (5/27/95) Most RBI series: ____________________________________________________ 47 (1995) Fewest RBI game: __________________________________________ 0 at Miami (5/23/98) Most stolen bases game:__________________________________________3, three times Most stolen bases series: ____________________________________7, twice (last in 2004) Fewest stolen bases series: ____________________________________________ 0 (1998) Most left-on-base: _________________________________________ 13 vs. USC (5/26/96)

TEAM FIELDING Most errors series: ___________________________________________________ 8 (1996) Most errors game: ______________________________________ 4, vs. Stanford (5/30/95) Most errors-two teams: __________________________________ 7, vs. Stanford (5/30/95) Most putouts game: _________________________________ 33, vs. Texas State (5/22/97) Fewest errors game: ___________________________________________ 0, several times Most putouts individual game: ______________ 15, Josh Bard vs. South Carolina (5/22/98) Most assists individual game: ________________ 6, Clint Bryant vs. Fresno State (5/25/96) Joe Dillon vs. Arkansas (5/24/96) Dion Ruecker vs. Stanford (5/29/95) Gera Alvarez vs. Arizona State (5/25/01) INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Most appearances in series: ____________________________________ 2, several players Most appearances career: _______________________________ 4, Jimmy Frush (1995-97) Most games started series: _________________________________ 2, Travis Smith (1995) Most games started career: _________________________________ 2, Travis Smith (1995) Monty Ward (1996-98) Most innings pitched game: __________________________________ 9.0, several players Most innings pitched series: ______________________________ 16.0, Travis Smith (1995) Most innings pitched career: __________________________ 21.2, Monty Ward (1996-98) Most strikeouts game: ___________________12, Monty Ward vs. South Carolina (5/22/98) Most strikeouts series: ____________________________________ 16, Travis Smith (1995) Most strikeouts career: _________________________________28, Monty Ward (1995-98) Most wins series: ________________________________________________ 1, six pitchers Most saves series: _______________________________ 1 2x, last was Corey Taylor (2014) Most saves career: _________________________________________1, John Milton (2004) Complete games: _____________________Cameron Smith (9.0), vs. No. 3 Miami (6/2/14) Shane Wright (9.0) vs. North Carolina (5/21/98) Monty Ward (8.0) vs. Southwest Missouri State (5/22/97) Ryan Brewer (9.0) vs. Akron (5/24/96) Jeff Peck (8.2) vs. Stanford (5/29/95) Brandon Kolb (9.0) vs. Stanford (5/28/95) Travis Smith (9.0) vs. Providence, 5/27/95 Cory Metzler (9.0) vs. Princeton (5/27/00) Cory Metzler (9.0) vs. Temple (5/26/01) Matt Harbin (9.0) vs. Cal State Fullerton (5/27/01) Complete Game Shutout: _______________Cameron Smith (9.0), vs. No. 3 Miami (6/2/14) TEAM PITCHING Most innings pitched game: ________________________________11.0, vs. USC (5/26/96) vs. Texas State (5/22/97) Most IP series: ____________________________________________________ 44.2 (1995) Most hits allowed game: ____________________________________ 19 vs. USC (5/26/96) Fewest hits allowed game: ________________________ 3 2x, last vs. No. 3 Miami (6/2/14) Most runs allowed game: __________________________________ 13, at Miami (5/23/98) vs. USC (5/26/96) Fewest runs allowed game: ____________________________ 0 2x, at No. 3 Miami (6/2/14) Most runs allowed inning:_______________________________ 6 (11th) vs. USC (5/26/96) Best ERA series: ___________________________________________________ 1.89 (1997) Worst ERA series: __________________________________________________ 7.67 (1998) Most earned runs allowed game: ______________________ 12, 2x, (last vs. USC, 5/26/96) Fewest earned runs allowed game:__________________________0, at No. 3 Miami (6/2/14) 0, at No. 3 Miami (Fla.) (5/31/14) vs. Missouri State (5/22/97) vs. Akron (5/24/96) Most strikeouts game: _____________________________ 15, vs. South Carolina (5/22/98) Fewest strikeouts game: _______________ 2, vs. Cal State Fullerton (2nd Game) (5/27/01) Most strikeouts series: _______________________________________ 19 2x, last in (2014) Fewest strikeouts series: ______________________________________________ 4 (1995) Most walks allowed game: ___________________________________ 9, vs. USC (5/26/96) Fewest walks allowed game: _________________________ 0, vs. North Carolina (5/21/98) vs. Southwest Missouri State (5/22/97) vs. Providence (5/27/95) NCAA NOTABLES Most attended game: __________________________ 5,814, vs. USC in Lubbock (5/26/96) Longest game (time): _____________________________________ 4:21, vs USC (5/26/96) Longest game (innings): ______________ 11.0, vs. Texas State (5/22/97), vs. USC (5/26/96) Most games played series: _____________________________________ 5 (1995), 5 (2001) Biggest comeback to win: ___________ trailed 8-3 against Arizona State in top of the 4th, won the game 9-8 on a passed ball in the bottom of the 9th (5/26/01) Biggest lead after one inning: __________________________8-0, vs. Providence (5/27/95) Biggest blown lead: ______________ 6 runs, 8-2 (8th), lost 9-8 vs. South Carolina (5/22/98)

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2014 NCAA CORAL GABLES REGIONAL TOURNAMENT BRACKET

2014 NCAA DIVISION I BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP Coral Gables Regional - Miami (Florida) Host May 30 - June 2, 2014 All times are local #1 *Miami (FL) (41-17) Game 2 Friday May 30 7 p.m. ESPN3

#4 Bethune-Cookman (26-31)

*Miami (FL), 1-0

Game 4 Saturday May 31 7 p.m.

ESPN3

#3 Columbia (29-18) Game 1 Friday May 30 2 p.m. ESPN3

Texas Tech, 3-2

#2 Texas Tech (40-18)

Game 3 Saturday May 31 2 p.m.

Game 6 Sunday June 1 7 p.m. ESPN3

*Miami (FL), 2-1

Suspended until 2 p.m., Monday, June 2

Miami (FL)

*Columbia

Texas Tech, 3-0

Game 5 Sunday June 1 2 p.m.

ESPN3

Miami (FL), 10-0

*Bethune-Cookman, 6-5

Game 7 Monday June 2 55 minutes after Game 6 ESPN3

Texas Tech, 4-0

Regional Champion

ESPN3

Bethune-Cookman

Texas Tech

Š 2014 National Collegiate Athletic Association. No commercial use without the NCAA's written permission. The NCAA opposes all forms of sports wagering.

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2014 NCAA CORAL GABLES REGIONAL - GAME 1 BOX SCORE vs. Columbia (May 30, 2014)

2014 Texas Tech Baseball Columbia vs #23 Texas Tech May 30, 2014 at Coral Gables, FL (Alex Rodriguez Park) Columbia 2 (29-19) Player

Savage, Will 2b Serena, Jordan cf Vandercook, David 3b Paller, Robb lf Silbar, Aaron ss Craig, Gus rf Kinne, John dh Fischer, Mike c Maguire, Nick 1b Thanopoulos, George p Cline, Adam p Crispi, Thomas p Totals Score by Innings Columbia Texas Tech

Texas Tech 3 (41-18) ab

r

a

lob

4 4 3 4 3 2 2 4 3 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

h rbi

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

bb so

0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

2 3 3 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

po

2 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

29

2

7

2

2

6

7

25 11

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0 0

0 0

0 0

1 0

0 2

1 0

0 0

0 0

0 1

Player

Smith, Stephen rf Davis, Zach pr Burleson, Bryant 2b Neslony, Tyler lf Gutierrez, Eric 1b Kirsch, Adam dh Long, Ryan 3b Conley, Devon cf Proudfoot, Tim ss Redman, Hunter c Sadberry, Chris p Drozd, Jonny p Totals R 2 3

H 7 7

ab

r

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

0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0

h rbi

0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

bb so

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

28

3

7

3

7

1

po

a

lob

1 0 5 1 9 0 0 3 0 7 1 0

0 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 5 2 2 1

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

27 16

12

E 1 0

Note: 1 out, 2 runners LOB when the game ended. E - Savage(11). DP - COL 3. LOB - COL 7; TTU 12. 2B - Burleson(20); Gutierrez(15). HR - Kirsch(10). HBP Vandercook; Craig; Maguire; Smith, S. 2; Conley. SH - Silbar(7); Kinne(3); Burleson(4); Proudfoot(2). SB Proudfoot(1). CS - Paller(2); Craig(3). Columbia

Thanopoulos, George Cline, Adam Crispi, Thomas

r er bb so ab bf

np

Texas Tech

4.0 3 0 0 4 0 14 19 2.0 2 2 2 0 1 7 10 2.1 2 1 1 3 0 7 11

ip

h

78

Sadberry, Chris Drozd, Jonny

35

ip

h

r

5.1 3.2

5 2

2 0

er bb so ab

2 0

2 0

bf

np

5 17 24 1 12 12

101 35

45

Win - Drozd (7-0). Loss - Crispi (3-2). Save - None. WP - Sadberry(3). HBP - by Sadberry (Vandercook); by Thanopoulos (Smith, S.); by Sadberry (Maguire); by Sadberry (Craig); by Cline (Conley); by Cline (Smith, S.). Inherited runners/scored: Drozd 2/1. Pitches/strikes: Thanopoulos 78/42; Cline 35/24; Crispi 45/24; Sadberry 101/59; Drozd 35/22. Umpires - HP: Mark Uyl 1B: Brandon Cooper 2B: Dave Condon 3B: Skip Deitz Start: 2:06 PM Time: 2:57 Attendance: 1843 Weather: 88 degrees/12 MPH, Out to LF

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2014 NCAA CORAL GABLES REGIONAL - GAME 2 BOX SCORE at #3 Miami (Fla.) (May 31, 2014)

2014 Texas Tech Baseball #23 Texas Tech at #3 Miami (Fla.) May 31, 2014 at Coral Gables, FL (Alex Rodriguez Park) Texas Tech 3 (42-18) Player

Smith, Stephen rf Burleson, Bryant 2b Neslony, Tyler lf Gutierrez, Eric 1b Kirsch, Adam dh Long, Ryan 3b Conley, Devon cf Proudfoot, Tim ss Redman, Hunter c Dusek, Dylan p Taylor, Corey p Totals

Score by Innings Texas Tech Miami (Fla.)

Miami (Fla.) 0 (42-18)

ab

r

h rbi bb so po

a lob

avg

Player

5 3 2 4 4 4 4 2 4 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

2 0 1 0 3 1 1 0 1 0 0

2 3 4 11 0 1 1 2 3 0 0

0 1 0 1 0 2 0 4 0 0 0

2 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0

.286

32

3

6

2

4

9 27

8

7

Dale Carey cf Tyler Palmer lf Zack Collins c David Thompson 1b Brandon Lopez ss Brad Fieger dh Johnny Ruiz 3b Alex Hernandez 2b Jacob Heyward rf Ricky Eusebio ph Chris Diaz p Cooper Hammond p Thomas Woodrey p Totals

.296 .406 .310 .302 .217 .279 .320 .252 -

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0 0

2 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

1 0

0 0

R 3 0

H 6 6

ab

r

h rbi bb so po

a lob

avg

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 1 1 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 3 0 1 5 0 0 3 0 0

.307

33

0

6

0

1

3 27 12 10

3 1 9 11 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0

7 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

.289 .296 .298 .237 .216 .237 .251 .186 .263 -

E 1 0

E - Redman, H.(2). LOB - TTU 7; UM 10. 2B - Kirsch(20); Collins, Z.(14). HBP - Carey, D.; Heyward, J.. SH Neslony(1). Reached on CI - Heyward, J.. Texas Tech

Dusek, Dylan Taylor, Corey

r er bb so ab bf

np

era

8.0 4 0 0 1 3 28 32 1.0 2 0 0 0 0 5 5

ip

h

103

2.08

22

2.62

Miami (Fla.)

Chris Diaz Cooper Hammond Thomas Woodrey

ip

h

r

7.1 0.1 1.1

5 1 0

3 0 0

er bb so ab

3 0 0

3 0 1

bf

np

era

6 26 30 1 2 2 2 4 5

108

2.41

8

2.48

24

2.38

Win - Dusek (7-0). Loss - Diaz, C. (9-1). Save - Taylor (2). WP - Diaz, C. 2(13). HBP - by Dusek (Carey, D.); by Dusek (Heyward, J.). CI - Redman, H.. Inherited runners/scored: Hammond, C. 2/1; Woodrey, T. 2/0. Pitches/strikes: Dusek 103/67; Taylor 22/14; Diaz, C. 108/62; Hammond, C. 8/6; Woodrey, T. 24/14. Umpires - HP: Dave Condon 1B: Jim Schaly 2B: Mark Uyl 3B: Greg Howard Start: 7:09 PM Time: 2:46 Attendance: 2350 Weather: 83 degrees/13 MPH, Out to LF

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball

2014 NCAA CORAL GABLES REGIONAL - GAME 3 BOX SCORE at #3 Miami (Fla.) (June 1, 2014)

2014 Texas Tech Baseball #3 Miami (Fla.) vs #23 Texas Tech Jun 01, 2014 at Coral Gables, FL (Alex Rodriguez Park) Miami (Fla.) 2 (44-18) Player

Dale Carey cf Tyler Palmer lf Zack Collins dh John Lawroski pr Brad Fieger ph Ricky Eusebio pr David Thompson 1b Brandon Lopez ss Johnny Ruiz 3b Willie Abreu rf Jacob Heyward rf Alex Hernandez 2b Garrett Kennedy c Javi Salas p Thomas Woodrey p Cooper Hammond p Bryan Garcia p Totals Score by Innings Miami (Fla.) Texas Tech

Texas Tech 1 (42-19)

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Smith, Stephen cf/rf Redman, Hunter c Burleson, Bryant 2b Neslony, Tyler lf/1b Gutierrez, Eric 1b Broadbent, Matt ph/1b Conley, Devon cf Kirsch, Adam rf/1b Davis, Zach pr/lf Long, Ryan 3b Lyons, Anthony dh Proudfoot, Tim ss Floyd, Tyler c Ritchie, Todd rf Moseley, Ryan p Drozd, Jonny p Sadberry, Chris p Totals

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E - Palmer, T.(3); Long(7); Drozd(2). DP - UM 1; TTU 2. LOB - UM 11; TTU 9. 2B - Palmer, T.(15); Thompson, D.(6). HBP - Long. SH - Smith, S.(9); Lyons(6). SB - Palmer, T.(19). Miami (Fla.)

Javi Salas Thomas Woodrey Cooper Hammond Bryan Garcia

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Win - Garcia, B. (7-4). Loss - Sadberry (4-3). Save - None. WP - Drozd(3). HBP - by Salas, J. (Long). Inherited runners/scored: Hammond, C. 2/0; Sadberry 2/0. Pitches/strikes: Salas, J. 99/61; Woodrey, T. 28/19; Hammond, C. 4/3; Garcia, B. 38/25; Moseley 82/52; Drozd 49/31; Sadberry 43/22. Umpires - HP: Jim Schaly 1B: Greg Howard 2B: Brandon Cooper 3B: Dave Condon Start: 7:05 PM Time: 3:32 Attendance: 2050 Weather: 83 degrees/15 MPH, Out to LF Game notes: Miami Asst Coach Gino DiMare ejected following top 3rd inning. Texas Tech Asst Coach J-Bob Thomas ejected following top 3rd inning. Texas Tech 1B Eric Gutierrez ejected following top 3rd inning. Total Weather Delays - 1:56

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball

2014 NCAA CORAL GABLES REGIONAL - GAME 4 BOX SCORE at #3 Miami (Fla.) (June 2, 2014)

2014 Texas Tech Baseball #23 Texas Tech at #3 Miami (Fla.) Jun 02, 2014 at Coral Gables, FL (Alex Rodriguez Park) Texas Tech 4 (43-19) Player

Smith, Stephen rf Ritchie, Todd ph Humphreys, Alec ph Davis, Zach rf Burleson, Bryant 2b Neslony, Tyler lf Gutierrez, Eric 1b Kirsch, Adam dh Long, Ryan 3b Proudfoot, Tim ss Conley, Devon cf Redman, Hunter c Smith, Cameron p Totals

Score by Innings Texas Tech Miami (Fla.)

Miami (Fla.) 0 (44-19)

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Dale Carey cf Tyler Palmer lf Zack Collins dh David Thompson 1b Brandon Lopez ss Johnny Ruiz 3b Willie Abreu rf Jacob Heyward ph Alex Hernandez 2b Garrett Kennedy c Brad Fieger ph Carlos Diaz c Derik Beauprez p Cooper Hammond p Thomas Woodrey p Totals

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E - Kennedy, G.(5). DP - TTU 1. LOB - TTU 8; UM 6. HBP - Long. SH - Conley(5); Redman, H.(4). SF Humphreys(2). CS - Carey, D.(9). Texas Tech

Smith, Cameron

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Win - Smith, C. (8-2). Loss - Hammond, C. (5-2). Save - None. HBP - by Hammond, C. (Long). Inherited runners/scored: Woodrey, T. 2/1. Pitches/strikes: Smith, C. 114/65; Beauprez, D. 56/34; Hammond, C. 35/25; Woodrey, T. 54/36. Umpires - HP: Mark Uyl 1B: Dave Condon 2B: Jim Schaly 3B: Skip Deitz Start: 4:10 PM Time: 2:36 Attendance: 1542 Weather: 82 degrees/14 MPH, Out to LF Game notes: Texas Tech wins NCAA Coral Gables Regional Tournament Texas Tech advances to its first-ever NCAA Super Regional

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball THE TIM TADLOCK FILE Year

Overall

2013 2014 Total

HEAD COACH TIM TADLOCK

Conf

Big 12

Big 12 Tourn

26-30

9-15

8th

1-2

41-18

14-10

4th

0-2

67-48

23-25

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1-5

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

67-48 (.579)

Home

50-14

Away

13-25

Neutral

4-9

BIG 12 CONFERENCE GAMES Overall

23-25 (.479)

Home

15-9

Away

8-16

Series Opener (Game 1)

6-10

Middle Game (Game 2)

8-8

Series Finale (Game 3)

9-7

NON-CONFERENCE GAMES Overall

44-23 (.652)

Home

35-5

Away

5-9

Neutral

4-9

MIDWEEK GAMES Overall

20-10 (.667)

Home

14-1

Away

5-8

Neutral

1-1

BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES Overall

1-4

NCAA TOURNAMENT GAMES Overall

3-1 (.750)

Home

0-0

Away

2-1

Neutral

1-0

GAMES VS. RANKED OPPONENTS Overall

15-19

vs. No. 1

0-0

vs. 2-10

6-2

vs. 11-35

9-17

GAMES VS. UNRANKED TEAMS Overall

54-30

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

23-30

DAY GAMES Overall

40-24

NIGHT GAMES Overall

29-25

VS. LEFT-HANDED STARTER Overall

20-21

VS. RIGHT-HANDED STARTER Overall

49-28

EXTRA INNINGS Overall

5-3

1-RUN GAMES Overall

14-16

2-RUN GAMES Overall

5-5

5 + RUN GAMES Overall

31-17

SHUTOUTS Overall

12-8

SCORING FIRST Scores First/Opponent Scores First

45-13/24-36

AFTER 6 INNINGS Leading after 6/Trailing after 6/Tied after 6

56-8/6-36/7-5

AFTER 7 INNINGS Leading after 7/Trailing after 7/Tied after 7

60-5/4-38/5-6

AFTER 8 INNINGS Leading after 8/Trailing after 8/Tied after 8

58-2/3-37/5-8

COME-FROM-BEHIND VICTORIES Overall

26

BY MONTH

The Tim Tadlock head coaching era at Texas Tech began in 2013 with a 26-30 overall record and with a 9-15 record in Big 12 play with an eighth-place finish in the league while advancing to the Big 12 Championship. Tadlock was named head coach of the Texas Tech baseball program on June 8, 2012, becoming the ninth head coach in program history. Tadlock will enter his 22nd year in collegiate baseball in 2014, which will mark his second as head coach at Texas Tech. Regarded as one of the top recruiters in the country, Tadlock has already started making his mark as the head coach of the Red Raiders in the Big 12 Conference. In his first season the Red Raiders broke all-time school records for fielding percentage (.974) and double plays turned in a season (68). His program knocked off five nationally-ranked opponents, including the defending national champion Arizona Wildcats in Tucson. In fact, Tadlock led the Red Raiders to three consecutive wins over ranked opponents – a first by the Texas Tech program in 11 years. During his first season, the Red Raiders fielded the youngest team in the country with a nation-leading 22 newcomers. Tadlock and his coaching staff developed their young roster throughout the season while the Red Raiders won eight of their final 14 games of the season advancing to Oklahoma City for the Big 12 Championship. The Red Raiders won their Big 12 Conference series opener in 2013 taking two of three games over Texas in Austin. It marked the first time Tech had won a series over the Longhorns in Austin since 2001 and was Tech’s first series win over Texas since 2002. Tech had two Freshmen All-Americans (1B Eric Gutierrez, C/DH Jarrard Poteete) during Tadlock’s first season along with four All-Big 12 selections (one All-Freshman team pick), four Academic All-Big 12 picks and three Major League Baseball Draft picks, including fifth rounder right-handed pitcher Trey Masek. Tadlock’s ability to recruit top-notch players in the state of Texas and throughout the country – both at the high school and junior college levels – became apparent quickly in his time at Tech while in just his seventh month on the job with his first-full season recruiting class ranked 24th in the nation by Perfect Game. Tadlock returned to his alma mater for the 2012 season as the program’s associate head coach and recruiting coordinator following six successful seasons as an assistant coach/recruiting coordinator at Oklahoma. During his one season at Tech as the associate head coach/recruiting coordinator, the Red Raiders had a school-record nine MLB Draft picks, including first-round selection center fielder Barrett Barnes, who became the third highest draft pick in school history with the 45th overall pick. The nine MLB Draft picks in 2012 ranked second in the nation only behind Arizona State’s 10 draft selections. The nine draft picks marked the fifth most in Big 12 history. Tadlock has coached 118 MLB Draft picks – including 16 players who have advanced to the big leagues. He has mentored at least one draft pick during the last 19 seasons and has coached three first-round selections, 11 players taken in the top five rounds and 24 selections in the top-10 rounds of the draft during his coaching career. Tadlock’s players have heard their names called a lot recently in the MLB Draft with 42 selections over the last four years (2010-13). Six years during his coaching career Tadlock has had at least nine players taken in the draft. Tadlock produced several of the nation’s top recruiting classes while an––– assistant coach at Oklahoma, helping lead the Sooners back to the College World Series in 2010, the Sooners first trip to Omaha since 1995. It didn’t take Tadlock long to make his mark on the recruiting trail at Oklahoma, as his 2006 recruiting class ranked fourth nationally by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. The No. 4 ranking was the best for the Sooners since 1987. Tadlock also had top-25 nationally ranked recruiting classes by Baseball America in 2006 (11th), 2009 (16th), 2010 (21st) and 2012 (13th). In addition, OU’s 2012 recruiting class received a No. 4 ranking by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. During his time at Oklahoma (2006-2011), the Sooners made five trips to the NCAA Tournament with two Super Regional appearances in 2006 and 2010 while making it back to the College World Series in Omaha in 2010. It marked OU’s first time to make five post-season appearances in a six year span since 1987-1992. The Sooners had unparalleled success at the plate under Tadlock’s guidance. Oklahoma batted over .300 during all six of his seasons – first time for OU since 1995-2000 – and his 2009 and 2010 clubs combined for 195 home runs, the most ever at Oklahoma in consecutive seasons while leading the Big 12 in homers both years. The Sooners 104 home runs in 2010 rank second all-time in Oklahoma history. In 2011, Tadlock coached 11 players at OU who were selected in the MLB Draft, a total that matched the all-time Big 12 record (Texas, 2007). After beginning his coaching career as an assistant at Hill College (1993-96) for four seasons, Tadlock became the head coach at Grayson County Junior College, where he led the Vikings to back-to-back National Junior College Athletic Association World Series titles (1999-00). During his nine seasons at Grayson, Tadlock posted a 435-127 (.774) overall record while being named National Coach of the Year following both title runs (1999-2000) He led the Vikings to five Region V championships which culminated in five trips to the JUCO World Series. Tadlock coached eight players at Grayson County that earned All-America honors. The Red Raiders have benefited from six players that transferred to Tech from Tadlock’s program at Grayson. Included in those student-athletes are Texas Tech All-American shortstop Cameron Blair (2004-05) and former Major League catcher Trey Lunsford (1999-00). During his nine-year tenure at Grayson (1997-2005), Tadlock recorded the highest winning percentage of any collegiate baseball coach, including all two and four-year institutions, with a .774 winning percentage. While at Grayson, Tadlock also served as the school’s director of athletics, a position he held during his final five years at the junior-college level. After a prep career at Denton High School and two years at Hill College, Tadlock was a two-year starting shortstop for the Red Raiders while helping Texas Tech to its first-ever 40-win season as a senior in 1991 (42-18). In his two-year career at Tech, Tadlock played in 120 games, batted .289 (120-for-415) with 96 runs scored, 19 doubles, four triples, eight home runs, 68 RBI, 71 walks, 65 strikeouts and was 28-of-41 in stolen bases. Tadlock played for legendary coach Larry Hays while at Texas Tech. Tadlock graduated with his bachelor’s degree in physical education from Texas Tech in May 1992. He also earned a master’s degree in education in August 1994 from the University of Texas at Tyler. Tadlock and his wife, Kelly, have two children, daughter, Chloe (12 – April 10), and son, Benjamin (10 – Aug. 4). Tadlock is originally from Denton, Texas and was born December 21, 1968.

TIM TADLOCK YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year School Overall Conf. Place Home Road Neutral Big 12 Tourn NCAA 2013 Texas Tech 26-30 9-15 8th 19-10 6-16 1-4 1-2 0-0 2014 Texas Tech 43-19 14-10 4th 31-4 9-10 3-5 0-2 3-1 Career Texas Tech 69-49 23-25 - 50-14 15-26 4-9 1-4 3-1

TIM TADLOCK vs. ALL OPPONENTS Abilene Christian______________2-0

Indiana______________________3-1

Oral Roberts__________________4-0

Arizona______________________1-1

Kansas_______________________1-5

Prairie View A&M______________3-0

Arizona State_________________1-1

Kansas State__________________3-4

Rice_________________________1-1

Arkansas-Pine Bluff_____________2-0

La Salle______________________2-1

Sam Houston State_____________0-1

Baylor_______________________4-3

Lubbock Christian_____________0-1

Stephen F. Austin______________2-1

BYU_________________________2-0

Miami (Fla.)___________________2-1

TCU_________________________3-4

College of Charleston___________0-0

New Mexico__________________3-2

Texas________________________3-4

Columbia____________________1-0

New Mexico State______________5-1

Troy_________________________0-1

Overall

69-49

February

13-6

Connecticut__________________0-1

Northern Colorado_____________1-0

UCF_________________________0-1

March

26-16

Dallas Baptist_________________3-1

Northern Illinois_______________2-0

UT Arlington__________________2-1

April

18-15

May

11-11

Florida International____________1-1

Oklahoma____________________4-4

Utah Valley___________________2-0

June

1-1

Houston_____________________0-1

Oklahoma State_______________2-4

West Virginia__________________4-2

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball TEXAS TECH HITTERS NOTES

#3 JAKE BARRIOS

INF | 6-2 | 200 | R/R | SR./1L ■ Fewest strikeouts on the team (17) among players with at least 34 starts. ■ OKLAHOMA SERIES: .500 (5-for-10), 3 runs, RBI, .500 OB%. ■ Recorded 100th career base hit in series finale with Prairie View A&M (Apr. 19). ■ MARCH: led team batting .367 (29-for-79) with 3 2B, 3B, 15 RBI, .490 OB%. ■ Made 1st career error at home in 45 career home game (vs. UAPB - Mar. 25 - Game 2). ■ Reached base safely in 8 consecutive plate appearances (Mar. 16-18). ■ Error at Baylor (3/14) snapped streak of 41 consecutive games without making an error. ■ All-Big 12 Second Team (INF) as a junior in 2013.

#25 MATT BROADBENT

INF | 5-10 | 190 | R/R | FR./HS ■ LAST 10 GAMES: batting .333 (3-for-9) with a double. ■ Made Big 12 Championship career debut going 2-for-4 in start at 3B vs. Oklahoma (5/22). ■ Went 2-for-4 in game 2 against the Jayhawks (5/3). ■ Has 5 multi-hit games. ■ Had back-to-back multi-hit games against NMSU. ■ Had all of Tech’s RBI going 3-for-4 with 2 2B and 3 RBI in 3-2 series opener vs. ORU (2/21). ■ Made first career start at SS going 3-for-4 vs. ORU (2/21). ■ Made first career pinch-hit AB vs. #3 Indiana (2/16) with a fielder’s choice to RF.

#21 BRYANT BURLESON

INF | 5-10 | 175 | R/R | JR./2L ■ All-Big 12 Honorable Mention. ■ HOME GAMES: batting .333 (44-for-132) with 16 doubles and 23 RBI. ■ Back-to-back Academic All-Big 12 1st Team. 1st Red Raider w/back-to-back since 08-09. ■ Tied with teammate Adam Kirsch for the most doubles in the Big 12 (20). ■ 2nd on team with 20 multi-hit games. ■ BIG 12 PLAY: batted .333 with 18 RBI. ■ Made 150 career starts - most among active Red Raiders. ■ 44 career doubles... tied with Joey Kenworthy (2007-10) & David Lindstrom (1994-96) for 10th place in Texas Tech history. ■ Hit 2nd HR of the season (solo) in 6th inning vs. WVU (5/16). ■ K-STATE SERIES: .538 (7-for-13), 4 R, 3 2B, 5 RBI, .769 SLG%. ■ Has at least 12 doubles in 3 consecutive seasons. ■ Hit 1st career home run in Game 2 of TCU series (solo - 4th inn.). ■ 1st time during career with 3 straight multi-hit games (at TCU, at TCU, vs. UAPB). ■ 100th career base hit in Houston College Classic (RBI single) vs. Sam Houston State (3/1). ■ Career-high 16-game hit streak (2/15)... Longest by Red Raider since 2010 (LeJeune - 17).

#28 DEVON CONLEY

OF | 6-0 | 170 | R/R | SR./1L ■ Went 2-for-2 with a run scored in Coral Gables Regional championship game vs. Miami. ■ BIG 12 GAMES: batted .347 (17-for-49). ■ CAREER VS. OKLAHOMA: batting .355 (11-for-31) in 7 games, 2 2B, 3 RBI, 2 SB. ■ WEST VIRGINIA SERIES: led team batting .455 (5-for-11), R, 2B, .545 SLG%, 2 multi-hit games. ■ OKLAHOMA SERIES: led team batting .615 (8-for-13), 5 R, 3B, RBI, BB, .643 OB%. ■ Recorded 3 straight multi-hit games in OU series (Apr. 25-27) - 1st time during career. ■ 8 multi-hit games this season (28 career). ■ Has 21 career infield base hits (12 career bunt base hits). ■ Started career at New Mexico for one season before transferring to NMJC.

#17 ZACH DAVIS OF | 5-10 | 160 | R/R | SO./1L

■ Academic All-Big 12 2nd Team. ■ Drove in 2 runs going 1-for-1 at No. 3 Miami (Fla.) in 2nd championship game of regional. ■ Leads team with 7 stolen bases. ■ 2nd on team with 4 bunt base hits this season (5 career). ■ RUNNERS IN SCORING POSITION: .500 (7-for-14) ■ WITH RUNNERS ON BASE: batting .444 (8-for-18). ■ Stole home vs. #12 Texas in bottom 9th to tie game (2-2) with 2 outs in Game 3 (3/30). ■ Became the first Red Raider to steal home since 2012 (Bo Altobelli - at Kansas). ■ Made 1st career start in CF vs. Houston at Houston College Classic at Minute Maid Park.

#16 TYLER FLOYD

C | 5-9 | 195 | R/R | SO./TR ■ HOME GAMES: batting .346 (9-for-26) with 6 runs and 5 RBI. ■ Back-to-back semesters (fall and spring) with a perfect 4.0 GPA. ■ Went 1-for-5 with a double in Big 12 Championship vs. Oklahoma (5/22). ■ Went 4-for-6 with a triple and 3 RBI vs. Abilene Christian (4/8). ■ Went 2-for-5 with a run scored and RBI at #24 TCU (3/22). ■ 3rd start behind the plate vs. #10 Rice (0-for-2, R, BB, Sac). ■ Became the 1st Red Raider in over 13 years to hit a 3B in first career at-bat. ■ Was the only Red Raider with a perfect 4.0 GPA during the fall 2013 semester.

#12 ERIC GUTIERREZ

UTL/LHP | 5-10 | 190 | R/L | SO./1L ■ NCAA Coral Gables Regional All-Tournament Team. ■ Big 12 Player of the Year - Waco Tribune-Herald. ■ All-Big 12 First Team (INF). ■ Walk-off RBI double to give Tech a 3-2 win over Columbia in Coral Gables Regional. ■ Has 8 game-winning RBI this season. ■ Has started in 118 consecutive games - spans entire career (2013-Present). ■ Leads team with 23 two-out RBI. ■ Leads Big 12 in home runs, RBI and slugging percentage. ■ Leads team in 9 statistical categories, including batting (.312), HR (12), RBI (58). ■ Reached base safely in 53-of-62 games this season. ■ 12 home runs this season are the most by a Red Raider since 2010 (Barrett Barnes - 14). ■ 19 career home runs - most by a Red Raider in a career since Barrett Barnes (33, 2010-12). ■ 2nd time (season) hitting 2 HR in game - went 2-for-4, 2 HR (grand slam) 6 RBI at DBU. ■ Grand slam at Dallas Baptist (5/6) marked 1st career grand slam. ■ 1st Red Raider to hit grand slam in midweek road game since 2000 (C. Eiguren at UNM). ■ 1st Red Raider to hit grand slam in a road game since 2009 (G. Totten at Baylor). ■ Earned 2nd Big 12 Player of the Week award (4/28) - 1st for TTU player since 2011 (Hagen). ■ 6th Red Raider to earn Big 12 POW twice in a year (Hagen, Kieschnick, Blair, Brady, Bard). ■ 2nd Big 12 player to earn Big 12 Player of the Week twice this year (KSU’s Ross Kivett). ■ OKLAHOMA SERIES: .500 (6-for-12), 5 R, 3 HR, 10 RBI, 1.250 SLG%, .533 OB%. ■ Hit 3 HR during OU series (Apr. 27-29) - hit 9th and 10th HR in series finale. ■ Is the 1st Red Raider to hit 10 HR in a season since 2011 (Barrett Barnes, 10). ■ Big 12 Player of the Week (Apr. 14)... first Red Raider to receive honor since 2011. ■ Tallied 100th career base hit in 99th career game. ■ Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-American by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper in 2013.

#8 ALEC HUMPHREYS

INF | 5-9 | 170 | R/R | SO./1L ■ Pinch hit and drove in a run with a sac fly against No. 3 Miami (6/2). ■ WEST VIRGINIA SERIES: batted .500 (4-for-8) with an RBI. ■ PINCH HITTING: leads team batting .571 (4-for-7). ■ HOME GAMES: .429 (24-for-56), 17 R, 3 2B, 2 3B, 10 RBI, .675 SLG%, 6 BB, 3 HBP, .508 OB%. ■ Went 2-for-3 - matched career-high 3 runs - with RBI in Oklahoma series finale (4/27). ■ TEXAS SERIES: .500 (3-for-6), R, 2B, RBI, BB, HBP, .625 OB%. ■ First time during career with 3 straight multi-hit games (NMSU, NMSU, ACU). ■ NMSU SERIES: .600 (6-for-10), 2B, 3B, 4 RBI, BB, .636 OB%. ■ Father, Mike, was a Freshman All-American at Texas Tech in 1986, two-time All-Region selection, Southwest Conference Freshman of the Year, 1988 MLB Draft Pick (15th Round Padres) and played three seasons in the big leagues with the New York Yankees (1991-93).

#9 ADAM KIRSCH

OF | 6-1 | 210 | R/R | SR./TR ■ NCAA CORAL GABLES REGIONAL: batted .300 (3-for-10) with a double and home run. ■ Broke a school record for most walks in an NCAA Tournament Regional (6). ■ ROAD/NEUTRAL SITE GAMES: batting .301 (28-for-93), 8 2B, 3B, 4 HR, 19 RBI. ■ Big 12 Newcomer of the Year. ■ All-Big 12 First Team (DH). ■ Big 12 Player of the Week (5/19). ■ Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (3/10). ■ Hit safely in 8 of last 9 games. ■ Became 1st Big 12 player since 2012 to earn Player & Newcomer of the Week honors. ■ Tied with teammate Bryant Burleson for the most doubles in the Big 12 with 20. ■ 14 multi-hit games (leads team with six 3-hit games). ■ BIG 12 GAMES: hit 6 HR with 17 RBI during Big 12 play. ■ Season-high 3 doubles with 2 RBI at Oral Roberts (4/29). ■ Went 3-for-5 with a 2B, 2 HR, 6 RBI in middle game at #20 Oklahoma State (4/5). ■ Became 1st Red Raider with 6 RBI in a game this season. ■ 14-game hit streak marked longest by Tech newcomer since 2004 (Cameron Blair - 20). ■ 14-GAME HIT STREAK: .420 (21-for-50), 9 R, 8 2B, 2 HR, 14 RBI, 7 BB, .483 OB%, .700 SLG%.

#7 RYAN LONG

INF | 6-1 | 195 | L/R | FR./HS ■ NCAA Coral Gables Regional All-Tournament Team. ■ Hit safely in 3-of-4 games at the Coral Gables Regional. ■ 1st career pinch hit base hit (single) at Kansas (5/2). ■ 3 GAMES VS. NEW MEXICO: BATTING .571 (4-for-7) with a triple and 6 RBI. ■ Named to Houston College Classic All-Tournament Team. ■ Became Texas Tech’s first freshman named to HCC All-Tournament Team. ■ Became Texas Tech’s first shortstop named to HCC All-Tournament Team. ■ HOUSTON COLLEGE CLASSIC: .400 (4-for-10), R, 2B, RBI. ■ Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (2/24)... Batted .500 (6-for-12 during series vs. ORU). ■ Posted multiple hits in 3 consecutive games during ORU series sweep (.500, 6-for-12). ■ In 110 career HS games: .421 (139-for-330), 122 R, 12 HR, 97 RBI, 43 SB, 59 BB/HBP.

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#29 ANTHONY LYONS

OF | 6-5 | 225 | L/L | FR./HS ■ LAST 3 STARTS: batted .538 (7-for-13) in starts at DBU/vs. Texas/at No. 3 Miami (Fla.). ■ Went 2-for-4 vs. Texas in Big 12 Championship (5/21). ■ Season-high 5 hits (5-for-6) on the road at Dallas Baptist (5/6). ■ Became 2nd Red Raider freshman (S. Smith) to have 5 hits in a game this season. ■ Texas Tech is 14-4 during his 18 starts this season (9 - LF... 9 - DH). ■ PINCH HIT VS. DBU (4/15): reached base on error (E-5), SB 2nd, scored game-winning run. ■ Is 2-for-8 (.250) this season as a pinch hitter. ■ Recorded 2nd career pinch-hit base hit in middle game at Baylor (3/15). ■ First career start (DH) went 3-for-4 with an RBI and walk vs. #3 Indiana (2/15 - Game 1). ■ Became first Red Raider freshman with 3 hits in first career start since 2011 (David Paiz). ■ As a senior: .392, 15 2B, 6 3B, 4 HR, 43 RBI at Arlington Martin High School. ■ Father played football at UT Arlington, uncle, Kenneth Lyons, played basketball at North Texas where he is arguably the greatest player in school history (all-time leading scorer, second all-time leading rebounder, two-time All-American, 2nd round draft pick by 76ers in 1983).

#10 TYLER NESLONY

OF | 6-0 | 190 | L/R | SO./1L ■ Gregg Olson Breakout Player of the Year Watch List - Only Big 12 player selected. ■ All-Big 12 Second Team (OF). ■ BATTING WITH RISP: leads team batting .564 (22-for-39). ■ 19-game hit streak (Apr. 17-June 2): .432 (32-for-74), 12 R, 6 2B, 2 3B, 2 HR, 14 RBI, 10 BB. ■ Hit streak (19 games) is the longest by a Big 12 Conference player this season. ■ Hit streak (19 games) is longest by a Red Raider since 2004 (Cameron Blair - 20 games). ■ 34 straight games reached base safely - longest by Tech player since 2010-11 (McGruder - 39). ■ ROAD/NEUTRAL SITE GAMES: .397 (27-for-68), 9 R, 6 2B, 2 3B, 8 RBI, .474 OB%. ■ Led all players at Big 12 Championship batting .750 (6-for-8) with 2B and 2 RBI. ■ Tied school record for most hits in Big 12 Championship game with 4 (6th time) vs. OU. ■ BIG 12 PLAY: led team batting .377 (26-for-69) with 10 runs, 8 2B, 2 HR, 9 RBI, .580 SLG%. ■ Hit safely in 34-of-39 starts this season. ■ 2nd Red Raider named to Gregg Olson Award Watch List (2013 - RHP Trey Masek). ■ LAST 5 GAMES: batting .368 (7-for-19), 2 R, 2B, 2 RBI, .478 OB%. ■ LAST 10 GAMES: leads team batting .395 (15-for-38), 2B, 3B, 6 RBI, .474 SLG%. ■ OKLAHOMA STATE SERIES: .538 (7-for-13), 3 2B, .571 OB%, .769 SLG%. ■ Hit 4th HR of the season - solo HR in 6th inning - vs. Oklahoma in Game 2 of series. ■ Became 1st Red Raider with 5 straight multi-hit games since 2012 (McGruder, 5 and 6). ■ Hit home runs in back-to-back games vs. OU (Apr. 25-26) for 1st time during career. ■ Became first Red Raider with 2 grand slams in a season since 2008 (Roger Kieschnick). ■ Became first Red Raider with 2 grand slams in a week since 2004 (Cameron Blair).

#1 TIM PROUDFOOT

INF | 5-10 | 170 | R/R | JR./2L ■ NCAA Coral Gables Regional All-Tournament Team. ■ NCAA CORAL GABLES REGIONAL: led team batting .455 (5-for-11), 2 R, 4 BB, .600 OB%. ■ Hit safely in all 4 games at the Coral Gables Regional. ■ All-Big 12 First Team (INF). ■ Committed only 2 errors during last 50 home games dating back to Feb. 16, 2013. ■ Named to Brooks Wallace Award Watch List - award given annually to nation’s top SS. ■ Second time during career to be named to Brooks Wallace Award Watch List (2012). ■ 34 straight games (Feb. 14-May 17) without committing an error (165 straight chances). ■ CAREER - BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP: .368 (7-for-19), 3 R, 2 2B in 2 years at tournament. ■ 2nd career walk-off RBI base hit (up the middle) in 3-2 Game 2 win over WVU (5/16). ■ Hit safely in 27-of-38 starts this season. ■ Started in 144 career games (138 starts at shortstop). ■ CAREER: .966 fielding percentage (182 putouts, 503 assists, 24 errors in 147 games). ■ Recorded 100th career base hit in series finale with #12 Texas. ■ Became 1st Red Raider in over 27 years to start at SS in 3 straight Opening Day games.

#18 MASON RANDOLPH

C | 6-2 | 195 | S/R | SR./3L ■ Only fourth-year student-athletes on the Red Raiders 2014 roster. ■ Texas Tech is 5-1 during 6 starts behind the plate. ■ Allowed just one passed ball during career at Texas Tech (94 games - 73 starts). ■ Reached base safely in 7 consecutive plate appearances (Feb. 27-Mar. 4). ■ Had 4 RBI in game two of series with NMSU - was 3rd career game with at least 3 RBI. ■ Went 3-for-3 with 2 runs, 2 2B and BB vs. New Mexico (3/4). ■ Hit first home run of the season (4th career) at SFA (2/27) to even the score (2-2, 3rd inn.). ■ Did not allow a passed ball (2012) - 1st time by a Tech starting catcher in over 12 years.

#5 HUNTER REDMAN

C | 6-0 | 190 | R/R | JR./TR ■ All-Big 12 Second Team (OF). ■ 1st Tech catcher to earn All-Big 12 in 1st season at TTU since 2002 (W. Durazo - 2nd team). ■ 1st career walk-off RBI base hit (1B left center) in 4-3 Game 1 win over WVU (5/15). ■ BIG 12 PLAY: .328 (22-for-67), 8 R, 2 2B, 13 RBI, 6 BB .384 OB%. ■ Season-high 3 hits in series opener vs. WVU (5/15). ■ Has 10 multi-hit games - 8 during Big 12 play. ■ BIG 12 SERIES FINALES: leads team batting .367 (11-for-30) with 2 2B, 9 RBI in 8 games. ■ TEXAS SERIES: .364 (4-for-11), RBI. ■ Had 3 straight multi-hit games vs. #24 TCU, vs. UAPB, vs. #12 Texas. ■ Went 2-for-3 with a 3-run double in the 8th inning in series finale at Baylor (3/16). ■ Played freshman season at Texas (2012) and sophomore year at Midland College (2013). ■ Father, Dale (1981-84), and brother, Reid (2011-12), both played for the Red Raiders. ■ Brother, Reid, was drafted twice out of Tech (Dodgers, 2011 - 37th Round... Rays, 2012 23rd Round)... .322 hitter (105-for-326) in 92 games (91 starts) with 19 doubles and 52 RBI.

#4 TODD RITCHIE

OF | 5-8 | 145 | L/L | SR./1L ■ PINCH HITTING: .500 (2-for-4) this season. ■ Tied a Texas Tech record with 5 walks at #20 Oklahoma State (4/5). ■ Is the 4th Red Raider in school history - 1st since 1999 - to have 5 walks in a game. ■ BIG 12 PLAY: .300 (3-for-10), 6 R, RBI, .588 OB%. ■ Is the only Red Raider this season - and last season - to start in all 3 OF positions. ■ Posted a career-high 4 runs at #20 Oklahoma State (4/5). ■ Tied for team lead with 2 OF assists (7 career). ■ Had 2-out RBI single in 2nd inning tying the game at #24 TCU (3/22).

#11 STEPHEN SMITH

OF/RHP | 6-1 | 225 | R/R | FR./HS ■ Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America (Collegiate Baseball Newspaper). ■ Big 12 All-Freshman Team. ■ Reached base safely in 43-of-49 starts. ■ Hit safely in 23 of his last 32 and in 27 of its last 38 games. ■ 3 straight multi-hit games at Kansas (2), at Dallas Baptist. ■ Hit 1st career home run (2-run HR) over LF wall in 6th inning at Dallas Baptist (5/6). ■ Scored season-high 4 runs at Dallas Baptist (5/6). ■ Walk-off 2-run single vs. Dallas Baptist (4/15) giving Tech 5-4 win at home. ■ Walk-off was 1st by a Red Raider since 2012 (B. Barnes, vs. Houston - 12th inn. infield 1B). ■ Walk-off hit gave Smith: 2nd game-tying RBI, 3rd go-ahead RBI, 2nd game-winning RBI. ■ Season-high 13-game hit streak (Apr. 4-27): .409 (18-for-44), 15 R, 7 2B, 3B, 8 RBI, 12 BB. ■ Had streak of 8 consecutive home games leading off Tech 1st with a hit or BB (Mar. 4-19). ■ SFA MIDWEEK SERIES: .727 (8-for-11), 3 R, 3 RBI, .727 OB%, 1-1 SB. ■ Went 5-for-6 vs. SFA (3/18)... 1st Red Raider with 5 hits since 2011 (S. Hagen - at Baylor). ■ Had 2 base hits in both the 1st inning and 6th inning vs. SFA (3/18). ■ Became 1st Red Raider with a pair of hits in 2 different innings in a game in over 11 years. ■ Went 4-for-5, 2 R, 2B, 3B, RBI - was HR shy of hitting for the cycle vs. UNM (3/4). ■ Also shined on the gridiron while leading the state of Texas (4A) in tackles as a senior.

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#32 JUSTIN BETHARD

■ Pitched 2 scoreless innings without allowing a hit with 3 strikeouts and didn’t allow a walk at #24 TCU (3/21). ■ Notched 1st scoreless outing of the season at TCU (8th career). ■ Pitched multiple innings 3 times this season (14 career). ■ Made season debut in relief at SFA (2/27). ■ Thrown at least 3 innings in 5 career relief opportunities. ■ Didn’t allow a walk in 10-of-15 appearances as a freshman in 2013.

RHP 6-3 200 R/R SO./1L

2014 GAME-BY-GAME Date TEAM GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W L SV ERA Feb 27, 2014 at Stephen F. Austin 3.0 4 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5-4 0 0 0 3.00 Mar 06, 2014 NEW MEXICO STATE 0.1 3 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 5-3 0 0 0 8.10 Mar 21, 2014 at TCU 2.0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-9 0 0 0 5.06 Mar 28, 2014 TEXAS 2.0 6 3 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-11 0 0 0 7.36 Totals 0 7.1 13 6 6 1 7 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 11-27 0 0 0 7.36

#13 DALTON BROWN

■ 11-of-15 outings this year have been scoreless... has made four consecutive scoreless appearances. ■ Has at least 1 strikeout in 11-of-14 outings this season. ■ 5 of last 6 outings have been scoreless (Apr. 8-May 22). ■ Earned pair of wins in relief this season - vs. NMSU (3/8), vs. ACU (4/8). ■ Perfect Game: No. 12 MLB Draft Prospect (Big 12 - Sophomore Class). ■ Received 36 NCAA Division I scholarship offers out of high school.

RHP 6-3 245 R/R SO./1L

2014 GAME-BY-GAME Date TEAM GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W L SV ERA Feb 15, 2014 INDIANA-1 2.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10-5 0 0 0 0.00 Feb 21, 2014 ORAL ROBERTS 1.1 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-2 0 0 0 0.00 Feb 24, 2014 BYU 0.1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4-2 0 0 0 0.00 Feb 28, 2014 vs. Houston 1.2 2 4 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-9 0 0 0 6.75 Mar 08, 2014 NEW MEXICO STATE 0.1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8-7 1 0 0 6.35 Mar 18, 2014 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 2.0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20-4 1 0 0 4.70 Mar 25, 2014 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF-1 2.0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-0 1 0 1 3.72 Mar 28, 2014 TEXAS 1.0 3 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-11 1 0 1 5.06 Apr 05, 2014 at Oklahoma State 1.0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 16-6 1 0 1 5.40 Apr 08, 2014 ABILENE CHRISTIAN 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19-2 2 0 1 4.97 Apr 17, 2014 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M 0.2 1 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4-3 2 0 1 6.08 Apr 19, 2014 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13-0 2 0 1 5.65 Apr 26, 2014 OKLAHOMA 1.2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14-4 2 0 1 5.06 Apr 29, 2014 at Oral Roberts 4.0 2 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4-1 2 0 1 4.05 May 22, 2014 vs. Oklahoma 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8-9 2 0 1 4.05 Totals 0 20.0 16 9 9 11 17 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 126-65 2 0 1 4.05

#37 MATT CUSTRED

■ Pitched 1 scoreless inning in relief vs. Abilene Christian (4/8). ■ Made season debut in relief pitching vs. BYU (2/24). ■ Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team (completed 24 credit hours with a 3.0 GPA). ■ Made 8 appearances - 7 relief appearances as a freshman in 2013.

RHP 6-6 230 R/R SO./1L

2014 GAME-BY-GAME Date TEAM GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W L SV ERA Feb 24, 2014 BYU 0.2 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4-2 0 0 0 27.00 Feb 28, 2014 vs. Houston 0.0 1 3 3 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0-9 0 0 0 67.50 Apr 08, 2014 ABILENE CHRISTIAN 1.0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 19-2 0 0 0 27.00 Totals 0 1.2 2 5 5 5 1 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 23-13 0 0 0 27.00

#36 TY DAMRON

■ Has made 4 scoreless outings (1 as a starter, 3 in relief ). ■ Earned 2nd win of the season pitching 2 scoreless relief innings with 3 strikeouts against Prairie View A&M (4/19). ■ Season-high 4 strikeouts in 2.0 relief innings vs. ACU (4/8). ■ Earned first career save throwing 3 innings vs. New Mexico State. (3/9). ■ Threw a season-high 3 innings and struck out a season-high 2 vs. NMSU (3/9). ■ Earned first career win getting a bases-loaded, 2-out strikeout at SFA (2/27) in 8th inning. ■ 1-of-2 Tech freshmen and 1-of-4 Red Raider newcomers to earn a win this season. ■ As a senior: 8-2, 1.00 ERA, 138 SO, 40 BB at Krum High School. ■ 13th round (394 overall) selection by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 2013 MLB Draft. ■ Highest drafted TTU recruit to make it to campus since Chad Bettis (8th Rd, HOU - 2007).

LHP 6-2 195 L/L FR/HS

2014 GAME-BY-GAME Date TEAM GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W L SV ERA Feb 16, 2014 INDIANA * 1.0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 7-0 0 0 0 0.00 Feb 27, 2014 at Stephen F. Austin 0.1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5-4 1 0 0 0.00 Mar 09, 2014 NEW MEXICO STATE 3.0 4 1 1 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 14-4 1 0 1 2.08 Mar 19, 2014 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 1.0 2 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-6 1 0 1 3.38 Mar 21, 2014 at TCU 0.0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-9 1 0 1 5.06 Apr 08, 2014 ABILENE CHRISTIAN 2.0 2 1 1 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19-2 1 0 1 4.91 Apr 19, 2014 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M 2.0 2 0 0 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 13-0 2 0 1 3.86 Apr 22, 2014 TCU 0.2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-4 2 0 1 3.60 May 06, 2014 at Dallas Baptist 0.1 2 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18-3 2 0 1 5.23 Totals 1 10.1 15 7 6 11 10 6 0 0 0 1 2 0 79-32 2 0 1 5.23

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#30 JONNY DROZD

■ Is 1-of-3 Tech pitchers with over 30 career appearances (Drozd - 37, Moreno - 32, Tripp - 30). ■ Texas Tech is 16-6 when Drozd pitches this season (22 APP). ■ Allowed 1 run or fewer for the 18th time during 22 outings. ■ Has a 10-5 career record at Tech. ■ CAREER ERA: 2.83 (37 career APP/130.1 IP/41 ER) - ERA ranks 6th all-time in Tech career history. ■ CAREER IN RELIEF: 7-0, 1.70 ERA, 28 APP, 4 Saves, 78.0 IP, 70 H, 20 R, 15 ER, 17 BB, 52 SO. ■ CAREER AT HOME: 7-2, 2.05 ERA, 19 APP, 2 Saves, 79.2 IP, 76 H, 20 R, 18 ER, 19 BB, 60 SO. ■ 1st Red Raider to be 6-0 in a season since 2011 (RHP John Neely). ■ Has won 6 games this year (7 career) pitching in relief... all 7 have been 3 or more innings. ■ Earned 3rd save of the season (4th career) pitching 1.2 innings vs. K-State (4/11). ■ Became first Red Raider in over 13 years to earn Big 12 win pitching at least 7 IP in relief (vs. Texas - Mar. 29). ■ Earned 6th win pitching 4.0 innings in relief at DBU (2 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 3 SO). ■ Earned 5th win pitching 5.0 innings in relief vs. OU (9 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 0 BB, 4 SO). ■ Earned 4th win pitching 4.2 innings in relief vs. K-State (2 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 3 SO). ■ Earned 3rd win pitching 7.0 innings in relief vs. #12 Texas (11 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 3 BB, 4 SO). ■ Earned 2nd win pitching 6.0 scoreless innings in relief at #24 TCU (3 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 4 SO). ■ Earned 1st win pitching 3.0 scoreless innings in relief vs. NMSU (1 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 3 SO). ■ 1st Red Raider with 9 consecutive scoreless APP since LHP Colt Hynes (9, 2006). ■ Had streak of 28.0 consecutive scoreless innings pitched snapped in 1.0 IP vs. UNM (3/4). 2014 GAME-BY-GAME Date TEAM GS Feb 14, 2014 INDIANA Feb 16, 2014 INDIANA Feb 21, 2014 ORAL ROBERTS Feb 24, 2014 BYU Feb 27, 2014 at Stephen F. Austin Mar 02, 2014 vs. Rice Mar 04, 2014 NEW MEXICO Mar 06, 2014 NEW MEXICO STATE Mar 09, 2014 NEW MEXICO STATE Mar 14, 2014 at Baylor Mar 18, 2014 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN Mar 22, 2014 at TCU Mar 29, 2014 TEXAS Apr 06, 2014 at Oklahoma State Apr 11, 2014 KANSAS STATE Apr 13, 2014 KANSAS STATE Apr 22, 2014 vs. TCU Apr 25, 2014 OKLAHOMA May 04, 2014 at Kansas May 06, 2014 at Dallas Baptist May 15, 2014 WEST VIRGINIA May 21, 2014 vs. Texas Jun 01, 2014 at Miami (Fla.) Totals 0

LHP 6-7 200 L/L SR./1L

IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W L SV ERA 3.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 0 0 0 0.00 2.0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7-0 0 0 0 0.00 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-2 0 0 1 0.00 2.0 3 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4-2 0 0 1 0.00 1.0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5-4 0 0 2 0.00 0.2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-1 0 0 2 0.00 1.0 2 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 9-3 0 0 2 0.84 2.2 2 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5-3 0 0 2 1.35 3.0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14-4 1 0 2 1.10 1.0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 1 0 2 1.04 2.0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 20-4 1 0 2 1.40 6.0 3 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 10-2 2 0 2 1.07 7.0 11 2 2 3 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8-4 3 0 2 1.39 1.1 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 3-8 3 0 2 1.87 1.2 3 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4-3 3 0 3 2.04 4.2 2 1 0 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 11-7 4 0 3 1.80 3.0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-4 4 0 3 1.88 5.0 9 3 3 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 9-5 5 0 3 2.25 2.0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-4 5 0 3 2.16 4.0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18-3 6 0 3 2.00 5.2 4 1 1 1 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 4-3 6 0 3 1.96 3.1 6 3 2 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 3-8 6 0 3 2.14 2.1 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1-2 7 0 3 2.09 69.0 61 18 16 15 46 10 2 0 3 1 5 0 144-80 7 0 3 2.09

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#41 DYLAN DUSEK

LHP 6-1 190 L/L FR./HS

■ NCAA Coral Gables Regional Most Outstanding Player. ■ NCAA Coral Gables Regional All-Tournament Team. ■ Texas Tech is 12-1 during 13 starts. ■ Made 6 scoreless starts this season. ■ Set a freshman school record for wins (7) improving to 7-0 this season after pitching 8 shutout innings at No. 3 Miami (Fla.). ■ Became the first Tech freshman pitcher in school history to start in an NCAA Tournament game. ■ Led the Red Raiders to their first-ever shutout in NCAA Tournament history. ■ Has 18.2 consecutive scoreless innings dating back to May 6 - streak spans starts at DBU (4.0 IP/0 R), vs. WVU (6.2 IP/0 R) & at No. 3 Miami (8.0 IP/0 R). ■ Pitched a season-high 8 innings at No. 3 Miami. ■ Became 1st Tech freshman to reach 6 wins since 2006 (Miles Morgan, 6-7). ■ Became 1st Red Raider to start 10 home games in a season since 2003 (Steve Gooch). ■ Went 6.2 scoreless innings during final start of the regular season vs. WVU during Tech’s 4-0 shutout for 40th team win of the season. ■ Issued 1 or fewer walks in 9-of-13 starts... didn’t allow a walk in 6 of first 7 career starts. ■ Has twice thrown a season-high 103 pitches vs. Prairie View A&M and at No. 3 Miami. ■ Had streak of 23.0 consecutive innings pitched without allowing a walk (Mar. 11-Apr. 8). ■ Made 1st career Big 12 start in series finale vs. K-State (ND, 4.0 IP, 4 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 2 BB, 2 SO). ■ Start vs. New Mexico (4/1) - marked 1st career away from home (5 straight at home). ■ UAPB START: Season-highs 7 IP and 7 SO. 2014 GAME-BY-GAME Date TEAM Feb 24, 2014 BYU Mar 04, 2014 NEW MEXICO Mar 11, 2014 ABILENE CHRISTIAN Mar 19, 2014 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN Mar 25, 2014 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF-2 Apr 01, 2014 vs. New Mexico Apr 08, 2014 ABILENE CHRISTIAN Apr 13, 2014 KANSAS STATE Apr 18, 2014 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M Apr 27, 2014 OKLAHOMA May 06, 2014 at Dallas Baptist May 17, 2014 WEST VIRGINIA May 31, 2014 at Miami (Fla.) Totals

GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W L SV ERA * 5.0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4-2 1 0 0 0.00 * 4.2 7 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 9-3 1 0 0 1.86 * 5.0 4 1 1 1 4 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 6-2 2 0 0 1.84 * 5.0 6 3 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-6 2 0 0 2.29 * 7.0 3 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5-1 3 0 0 1.69 * 6.1 7 2 2 0 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 6-3 4 0 0 1.91 * 3.0 4 1 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 19-2 4 0 0 2.00 * 4.0 4 4 4 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 11-7 4 0 0 2.70 * 6.2 4 0 0 2 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 8-0 5 0 0 2.31 * 4.0 7 4 4 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 14-4 5 0 0 2.84 * 4.0 2 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 18-3 5 0 0 2.63 * 6.2 5 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4-0 6 0 0 2.35 * 8.0 4 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 3-0 7 0 0 2.08 13 69.1 60 17 16 13 36 8 1 2 2 1 6 0 110-33 7 0 0 2.08

#45 HEATH HERRINGTON

■ Career debut on the mound in series opener with #12 Texas (0.2 IP, 2 H, 2 R, 2 BB, 1 SO). ■ Has played in 7 games (1 start - LF on Opening Day) in 2014 - in the outfield. ■ Made career debut starting in LF on Opening Day vs. #3 Indiana (0-for-0, no at-bats). ■ Did not play in 2013... Received a medical redshirt. ■ As a sophomore: 2-0, 0.48 ERA (1 ER allowed), 9 saves, 18.2 IP, 32 SO, 10 BB at Cisco JC. ■ Helped lead Cisco to the NJCAA World Series in 2012 - program’s first-ever appearance.

RHP 6-0 185 R/R RS JR./RS

2014 GAME-BY-GAME Date TEAM GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W L SV ERA Mar 28, 2014 TEXAS 0.2 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1-11 0 0 0 27.00 Totals 0 0.2 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1-11 0 0 0 27.00

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball TEXAS TECH PITCHERS NOTES

#14 DOMINIC MORENO

■ Is 1-of-3 Tech pitchers with over 30 career appearances (Drozd - 37, Moreno - 32, Tripp - 30). ■ SEASON IN RELIEF (2014): 3-0, 2.67 ERA, 12 APP, 2 Saves, 27.0 IP, 26 H, 8 ER, 6 BB, 29 SO. ■ CAREER IN RELIEF (2013-14): 3-0, 2.83 ERA, 14 APP, 2 Saves, 35.0 IP, 31 H, 11 ER, 8 BB, 40 SO. ■ HOME GAMES (Career): 16 APP (9 GS), 4-3, 3.57 ERA, 3 SV, 63.0 IP, 25 ER, 26 BB, 62 SO. ■ 3-of-4 wins this season have come in relief. ■ Made longest career relief outing (4.1 IP) at Kansas (5/3). ■ Has 22 SO during last 7 relief APP (18.2. IP). ■ Earned 4th win of the season in relief at Oral Roberts (4/29). ■ Marked 1st save of the season (2nd career) vs. DBU (4/17): 2.1 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 7 SO. ■ Earned first career win in relief vs. Dallas Baptist (4/15): 1.1 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 2 SO. ■ In 8 starts (38.1 IP) - received 11 runs of support (1.4 runs/start). ■ Made 5 consecutive starts to open the season allowing 1 ER in each start. ■ 9 strikeouts at Baylor marked a season-high - 2nd most during career (11 - vs. NIU, 2013). ■ Threw a season-high 7 innings at Baylor - marked 3rd time during career throwing 7.0 IP. ■ Earned first win of the season pitching 5.0 IP vs. New Mexico State in 15-2 win (3/7). ■ CAREER ON OPENING DAY: 2 APP (2 GS), 1-1, 0.75 ERA, 12.0 IP, 1 ER, 14 SO. ■ 2014 OPENING DAY (vs. #3 Indiana): L, 6.0 IP, 5 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 3 BB, 3 SO, 78 PITCHES. ■ 2013 OPENING DAY (vs. Northern Illinois): W, 6.0 IP, 5 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 3 BB, 11 SO, 97 PITCHES. ■ 1st Red Raider to start Opening Day in back-to-back seasons since Chad Bettis (2009-10). ■ 5th Red Raider since 1987 to start on Opening Day in back-to-back seasons.

RHP 5-11 185 R/R JR./1L

2014 GAME-BY-GAME Date TEAM GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W L SV ERA Feb 14, 2014 INDIANA * 6.0 5 1 1 3 3 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-1 0 1 0 1.50 Feb 21, 2014 ORAL ROBERTS * 5.1 8 1 1 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3-2 0 1 0 1.59 Feb 28, 2014 vs. Houston * 5.0 5 1 1 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 0-9 0 2 0 1.65 Mar 07, 2014 NEW MEXICO STATE * 5.0 3 1 1 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15-2 1 2 0 1.69 Mar 14, 2014 at Baylor * 7.0 6 1 1 1 9 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 1 3 0 1.59 Mar 21, 2014 at TCU * 3.2 6 5 5 5 3 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-9 1 4 0 2.81 Mar 28, 2014 TEXAS * 4.0 3 3 3 2 3 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 1-11 1 5 0 3.25 Apr 01, 2014 vs. New Mexico 1.2 2 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6-3 1 5 0 3.35 Apr 04, 2014 at Oklahoma State 3.1 3 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1-3 1 5 0 3.07 Apr 06, 2014 at Oklahoma State 0.0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-8 1 5 0 3.29 Apr 11, 2014 KANSAS STATE * 2.1 5 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 4-3 1 5 0 3.53 Apr 15, 2014 DALLAS BAPTIST 1.1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5-4 2 5 0 3.43 Apr 17, 2014 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M 2.1 2 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4-3 2 5 1 3.26 Apr 22, 2014 vs. TCU 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-4 2 5 1 3.35 Apr 27, 2014 OKLAHOMA 3.0 3 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 14-4 3 5 1 3.16 Apr 29, 2014 Oral Roberts 2.2 3 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4-1 4 5 1 3.00 May 03, 2014 at Kansas 4.1 3 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4-6 4 5 1 2.78 May 15, 2014 WEST VIRGINIA 2.2 2 2 2 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 4-3 4 5 1 2.95 May 17, 2014 WEST VIRGINIA 2.1 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4-0 4 5 2 2.84 May 22, 2014 vs. Oklahoma 2.0 5 3 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 8-9 4 5 2 3.17 Totals 8 65.1 67 24 23 24 56 20 1 2 2 1 13 1 80-86 4 5 2 3.17

#44 RYAN MOSELEY

RHP 6-3 185 R/R FR./HS

■ Start at No. 3 Miami (Fla.) gave Texas Tech back-to-back starts in the NCAA Tournament with freshmen on the mound... had never started a freshman in NCAA play before this season. ■ Made 12 scoreless appearances this season (21 total outings, 4 starts). ■ Pitched 6.0 shutout innings (matched season-high) allowing just 2 hits with 6 strikeouts and 4 walks allowed at No. 3 Miami (Fla.). ■ Matched fewest hits allowed (2) during 6 innings at Miami (Fla.). ■ Notched second most strikeouts in a game with 6 at Miami (Fla.). ■ Struck out a season-high 7 batters at Kansas (5/2) in series opener. ■ 1st career Big 12 start - vs. Oklahoma (Apr. 25): 1.0 IP, 2 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 0 SO - 26 pitches. ■ Became 9th Red Raider this season to start for Tech (3rd freshman). ■ Made 16 consecutive relief outings to begin collegiate career (Feb. 15-Apr. 13). ■ Tied a freshman school record with 3 saves (Johnathon Tripp, 2013). ■ Baseball America: No. 41 MLB Prospect (Freshman Class). ■ 36th round (1,088 overall) selection by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 2013 MLB Draft. 2014 GAME-BY-GAME Date TEAM GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W L SV ERA Feb 15, 2014 INDIANA-1 2.0 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 10-5 0 0 0 4.50 Feb 22, 2014 ORAL ROBERTS 2.0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7-2 0 0 0 2.25 Feb 24, 2014 BYU 1.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4-2 0 0 1 1.80 Mar 02, 2014 vs. Rice 1.1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-1 0 0 2 1.42 Mar 04, 2014 NEW MEXICO 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9-3 0 0 2 1.23 Mar 06, 2014 NEW MEXICO STATE 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5-3 0 0 2 1.17 Mar 08, 2014 NEW MEXICO STATE 5.2 5 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8-7 0 0 2 0.68 Mar 15, 2014 at Baylor 2.2 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 2 0.56 Mar 19, 2014 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 0.2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3-6 0 0 2 1.08 Mar 23, 2014 at TCU 1.0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12-2 0 0 2 1.02 Mar 25, 2014 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF-2 2.0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 5-1 0 0 2 1.37 Mar 30, 2014 TEXAS 4.1 3 0 0 3 3 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 2-5 0 0 2 1.12 Apr 01, 2014 vs. New Mexico 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6-3 0 0 3 1.08 Apr 06, 2014 at Oklahoma State 0.0 1 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-8 0 1 3 2.16 Apr 11, 2014 KANSAS STATE 0.0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4-3 0 1 3 2.16 Apr 13, 2014 KANSAS STATE 0.1 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 11-7 0 1 3 2.49 Apr 17, 2014 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M * 6.0 6 1 1 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 4-3 1 1 3 2.30 Apr 25, 2014 OKLAHOMA * 1.0 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 9-5 1 1 3 2.78 May 02, 2014 at Kansas * 5.0 3 6 6 5 7 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 3-11 1 2 3 3.86 May 16, 2014 WEST VIRGINIA 0.0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3-2 1 2 3 3.86 Jun 01, 2014 at Miami (Fla.) * 6.0 2 0 0 4 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-2 1 2 3 3.32 Totals 4 43.1 32 18 16 22 35 5 0 3 9 0 4 1 112-83 1 2 3 3.32

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball TEXAS TECH PITCHERS NOTES

#26 NICK PETTUS

■ 3-of-6 outings this season have been scoreless. ■ Pitched on back-to-back days vs. NMSU (3/7 and 3/8).

RHP/INF 5-11 180 R/R JR./TR

2014 GAME-BY-GAME Date TEAM GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W L SV ERA Feb 27, 2014 at Stephen F. Austin 2.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 5-4 0 0 0 3.86 Mar 01, 2014 vs. Sam Houston State 1.0 3 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 6-10 0 0 0 8.10 Mar 07, 2014 NEW MEXICO STATE 1.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15-2 0 0 0 6.23 Mar 08, 2014 NEW MEXICO STATE 0.2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 8-7 0 0 0 5.40 Mar 21, 2014 at TCU 1.0 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-9 0 0 0 6.00 Apr 05, 2014 at Oklahoma State 2.0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16-6 0 0 0 4.50 Totals 0 8.0 8 4 4 1 7 4 0 0 2 0 2 0 50-38 0 0 0 4.50

#42 CHRIS SADBERRY

LHP 6-1 200 L/L JR./TR

■ Makes 16th start of the season in Game 1 at Lubbock Super Regional vs. College of Charleston on Saturday, June 7 at 12:05 p.m. CT. ■ All-Big 12 First Team (P). ■ Received 9th no decision of the season in NCAA Coral Gables Regional opener against Columbia... left the game with a 2-1 lead. ■ Texas Tech is 10-5 during his 15 starts this season. ■ Will become the first Red Raider to start 16 games in a season since RHP Miles Morgan (17) in 2006. ■ Only Tech pitcher to make a start every week of the season... Only Red Raider to start against every Big 12 opponent. ■ Hasn’t allowed a walk in 7-of-15 starts. ■ Has allowed 2 or fewer runs in 11-of-15 starts. ■ Pitched at least 5.0 innings in 12-of-15 starts. ■ Pitched 4 perfect innings (retired 12-of-12 batters faced) vs. PVAMU with 4 SO. ■ 1st career walk at Baylor (3/15) snapping streak of 26 straight IP with out allowing a walk. ■ Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (3/3). ■ Houston College Classic All-Tournament Team.... Became first Texas Tech LHP named to Houston College Classic All-Tournament Team. ■ Became first Tech pitcher named HCC All-Tournament Team since 2004 (RHP Adam Fry)... Became first Tech newcomer to earn win at Houston College Classic since 2008 (N. Karns). ■ Enters 2014 with 27 career APP (23 starts) at the college level... made 12 outings (all starts) in 2013 at Grayson County... made 13 APP (9 starts) in 2012 at La Tech and made 2 APP (both starts) in 2012 at La Tech before receiving a medical redshirt. 2014 GAME-BY-GAME Date TEAM GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W L SV ERA Feb 15, 2014 INDIANA-2 * 5.0 5 2 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6-2 1 0 0 3.60 Feb 23, 2014 ORAL ROBERTS * 3.1 4 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4-1 1 0 0 3.24 Mar 02, 2014 vs. Rice * 7.0 5 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-1 2 0 0 1.76 Mar 08, 2014 NEW MEXICO STATE * 5.0 7 2 2 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8-7 2 0 0 2.21 Mar 15, 2014 at Baylor * 5.1 7 2 2 1 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-2 2 1 0 2.45 Mar 23, 2014 at TCU * 5.0 4 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 12-2 3 1 0 2.35 Mar 30, 2014 TEXAS * 5.1 8 2 2 0 5 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 2-5 3 1 0 2.50 Apr 06, 2014 at Oklahoma State * 6.0 4 1 1 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 3-8 3 1 0 2.36 Apr 12, 2014 KANSAS STATE * 5.0 4 4 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 7-4 3 1 0 2.68 Apr 19, 2014 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M * 4.0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13-0 3 1 0 2.47 Apr 26, 2014 OKLAHOMA * 7.1 9 4 4 3 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 14-4 4 1 0 2.78 May 03, 2014 at Kansas * 3.2 6 5 5 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 4-6 4 2 0 3.34 May 16, 2014 WEST VIRGINIA * 5.1 5 2 2 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-2 4 2 0 3.34 May 22, 2014 vs. Oklahoma * 5.2 7 3 3 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 8-9 4 2 0 3.45 May 30, 2014 vs. Columbia * 5.1 5 2 2 2 5 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 3-2 4 2 0 3.45 Jun 01, 2014 at Miami (Fla.) 1.2 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1-2 4 3 0 3.49 Totals 15 80.0 81 33 31 23 52 7 3 1 3 0 11 1 91-57 4 3 0 3.49

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball TEXAS TECH PITCHERS NOTES

#20 CAMERON SMITH

LHP 5-11 155 L/L JR./TR

■ Collegiate Career (Texas Tech & New Mexico JC): 48 appearances, 25-6 record. ■ Became the first Red Raider in school history to throw a complete-game shutout in the NCAA Tournament with 9 shutout innings to win Coral Gables Regional championship at Miami. ■ Led Tech to a 4-0 shutout over No. 3 Miami (Fla.) allowing just 3 hits with 3 strikeouts and 5 walks throwing a season-high 114 pitches. ■ Complete game at Miami (Fla.) marked the first of the season by a Red Raider. ■ Texas Tech is 16-7 during his 23 outings. ■ Improved to 8-2 on the season following win at Miami (Fla.) marking just his 4th win of the season and first since Mar. 29 (vs. Texas). ■ Has 11 scoreless outings this season. ■ Has inherited a team-high 32 base runners in relief - allowed only 5 to score. ■ Improved to 7-1 following a pair of relief wins vs. WVU (May 15-16) in the final weekend of the regular season in Lubbock. ■ 1st Red Raider in over 13 years to earn the win in consecutive games (back-to-back days). ■ Became first Red Raider to start a Tech career 5-0 since 2005 (Zach Butler). ■ Struck out a season-high five batters vs. K-State (4/11). ■ 1st Red Raider to earn 2 wins in 3-game series since 2011 (John Neely - at No. 14 Baylor). ■ Led the country in wins (12) and ranked second in complete games (9) as a sophomore at New Mexico JC in 2013. ■ Named NJCAA Second Team All-America in 2013 at New Mexico JC. 2014 GAME-BY-GAME Date TEAM GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W L SV ERA Feb 15, 2014 INDIANA-2 0.2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 6-2 0 0 0 0.00 Feb 16, 2014 INDIANA 6.0 5 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 7-0 1 0 0 0.00 Feb 21, 2014 ORAL ROBERTS 1.1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3-2 2 0 0 0.00 Feb 23, 2014 ORAL ROBERTS 4.0 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4-1 3 0 0 0.00 Mar 01, 2014 vs. Sam Houston State 3.1 5 2 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 6-10 3 0 0 1.17 Mar 04, 2014 NEW MEXICO 2.1 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9-3 4 0 0 1.02 Mar 06, 2014 NEW MEXICO STATE 0.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5-3 4 0 1 0.98 Mar 08, 2014 NEW MEXICO STATE 0.1 2 5 5 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 8-7 4 0 1 3.38 Mar 16, 2014 at Baylor * 5.0 3 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 7-1 4 0 1 3.04 Mar 22, 2014 at TCU * 3.0 3 2 2 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 10-2 4 0 1 3.38 Mar 29, 2014 TEXAS * 1.0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8-4 4 0 1 3.58 Mar 30, 2014 TEXAS 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-5 4 0 1 3.54 Apr 04, 2014 at Oklahoma State 3.2 3 2 2 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1-3 4 0 1 3.69 Apr 06, 2014 at Oklahoma State 0.2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3-8 4 0 1 3.90 Apr 11, 2014 KANSAS STATE 5.0 1 0 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4-3 5 0 1 3.38 Apr 15, 2014 DALLAS BAPTIST 5.0 3 0 0 3 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 5-4 5 0 1 2.98 Apr 21, 2014 at New Mexico 5.0 5 2 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 3-4 5 1 1 2.85 Apr 29, 2014 at Oral Roberts 1.2 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 4-1 5 1 1 2.94 May 04, 2014 at Kansas 3.1 4 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1-4 5 1 1 3.10 May 15, 2014 WEST VIRGINIA 0.1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4-3 6 1 1 3.08 May 16, 2014 WEST VIRGINIA 3.2 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3-2 7 1 1 2.88 May 22, 2014 vs. Oklahoma 0.2 2 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 8-9 7 2 1 3.32 Jun 02, 2014 at Miami (Fla.) * 9.0 3 0 0 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4-0 8 2 1 2.86 Totals 4 66.0 47 23 21 28 41 7 0 1 5 1 16 1 115-81 8 2 1 2.86

#34 COREY TAYLOR

RHP 6-0 255 R/R JR./1L

■ Texas Tech is 16-4 during his 20 outings (14 relief, 6 starts). ■ Eared second save of the season pitching a scoreless ninth inning to secure Tech’s 3-0 shutout in NCAA Coral Gables Regional against No. 3 Miami (5/31). ■ STARTER: 1-3, 3.26 ERA, 6 Starts, 19.1 IP, 22 H, 7 ER, 3 BB, 17 SO, .297 OPP BA. ■ IN RELIEF: 4-0, 2.23 ERA, 14 APP, 2 Save, 28.2 IP, 27 H, 7 R, 7 ER, 5 BB, 15 SO. ■ Made 38 career appearances (13 starts, 25 relief ). ■ Has made 13 scoreless outings this season (17 career). ■ Collected 1st career save vs. OU in Game 1 of series (3.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 1 SO). ■ Has thrown multiple innings in 13-of-20 APP this year. ■ Pitched on back-to-back days vs. #12 Texas (Mar. 29-30) for 2nd time during career. ■ Win in relief at Baylor marked 1st career Big 12 win. ■ 4.0 innings at Baylor marked longest in relief this year (2nd longest career - 4.1 IP vs. OSU, 5/4/13). ■ Win over NMSU marked 4th career win... Marked 2nd career scoreless start. ■ Career-high 12 strikeouts in 7 IP start during 6-0 win vs. Utah Valley (3/13/13).

2014 GAME-BY-GAME Date TEAM GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W L SV ERA Feb 15, 2014 INDIANA-2 3.1 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6-2 0 0 0 0.00 Feb 22, 2014 ORAL ROBERTS 2.0 4 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 7-2 1 0 0 1.69 Feb 27, 2014 at Stephen F. Austin 0.1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 5-4 1 0 0 1.59 Mar 06, 2014 NEW MEXICO STATE * 5.0 2 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5-3 2 0 0 0.84 Mar 11, 2014 ABILENE CHRISTIAN 2.0 3 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6-2 2 0 0 1.42 Mar 16, 2014 at Baylor 4.0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7-1 3 0 0 1.08 Mar 23, 2014 at TCU 3.0 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 12-2 3 0 0 0.92 Mar 29, 2014 TEXAS 1.0 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 8-4 3 0 0 1.31 Mar 30, 2014 TEXAS 0.2 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-5 3 0 0 1.27 Apr 05, 2014 at Oklahoma State 2.0 6 4 4 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 16-6 4 0 0 2.70 Apr 08, 2014 ABILENE CHRISTIAN 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19-2 4 0 0 2.59 Apr 12, 2014 KANSAS STATE 4.0 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7-4 5 0 0 2.22 Apr 18, 2014 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M 1.1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8-0 5 0 0 2.12 Apr 22, 2014 vs. TCU * 4.0 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-4 5 1 0 2.14 Apr 25, 2014 OKLAHOMA 3.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9-5 5 1 1 1.96 Apr 29, 2014 at Oral Roberts * 3.2 5 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4-1 5 1 1 1.79 May 04, 2014 at Kansas * 2.2 5 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-4 5 2 1 1.88 May 15, 2014 WEST VIRGINIA * 2.1 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 4-3 5 2 1 1.79 May 21, 2014 vs. Texas * 1.2 6 5 5 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-8 5 3 1 2.68 May 31, 2014 at Miami (Fla.) 1.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-0 5 3 2 2.62 Totals 6 48.0 49 15 14 8 32 7 0 3 0 1 2 0 132-62 5 3 2 2.62

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball TEXAS TECH PITCHERS NOTES

#48 SEAN THOMPSON

■ Made career debut pitching 1.1 innings in relief vs. Houston (2/28). ■ Allowed 1 run and 2 hits (including HR) in career debut vs. Cougars at Minute Maid Park. ■ As a senior: 6-1, 1.50 ERA, 46 SO, 37.2 IP at Southlake Carroll High School. ■ First Team Rawlings Perfect Game Preseason All-America in 2013. ■ Helped lead high school football team to a 6-5A state championship in 2011.

RHP 6-0 215 R/R FR./HS

2014 GAME-BY-GAME Date TEAM GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W L SV ERA Feb 28, 2014 vs. Houston 1.1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-9 0 0 0 6.75 Totals 0 1.1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-9 0 0 0 6.75

#38 JOHNATHON TRIPP

RHP/UTL 6-5 190 R/R SO./1L

■ Academic All-Big 12 2nd Team. ■ Is 1-of-3 Tech pitchers with over 30 career appearances (Drozd - 37, Moreno - 32, Tripp - 30). ■ Matched longest outing of the year with 4 scoreless frames in relief vs. Texas (5/21) while retiring 11-of-12 batters faced (6th-to-8th inning). ■ Made back-to-back scoreless outings with 0.2 IP at DBU (5/6) and 4.0 IP vs. Texas (5/21). ■ Made 3rd start of the season at #24 New Mexico (4/21): ND, 3.0 IP, 3 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 0 SO. ■ All 3 starts this season have been on the road - 5-of-6 career starts are on the road. ■ Made 6 career starts - 4 have come against nationally-ranked opponents. ■ Made 12 appearances this season - hasn’t allowed a walk in 9-of-12 outings. ■ Has received a no decision in all 3 starts this season. ■ Made 1st career Big 12 start - leading Tech to 16-6 win over #20 Oklahoma State (4/5). ■ OSU START: Retired 9 of the first 10 batters faced (1st-to-3rd inning). ■ Suffered loss to SFA (3/19) allowing 1 run in 2.1 IP on 2 H with 2 SO and 0 BB. ■ Made first start of the season at SFA (2/27) taking a no-decision with 2.1 innings pitched. ■ Made season debut earning save vs. ORU (2/23)in 4-1 victory. 2014 GAME-BY-GAME Date TEAM GS Feb 23, 2014 ORAL ROBERTS Feb 27, 2014 at Stephen F. Austin * Mar 01, 2014 vs. Sam Houston State Mar 07, 2014 NEW MEXICO STATE Mar 19, 2014 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN Mar 21, 2014 at TCU Mar 28, 2014 TEXAS Apr 05, 2014 at Oklahoma State * Apr 18, 2014 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M Apr 21, 2014 at New Mexico * May 06, 2014 at Dallas Baptist May 21, 2014 vs. Texas Totals 3

#35 MATT WITHROW

IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W L SV ERA 1.2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4-1 0 0 1 0.00 2.0 4 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5-4 0 0 1 4.91 2.0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6-10 0 0 1 3.18 3.0 4 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 15-2 0 0 1 3.12 2.1 2 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-6 0 1 1 3.27 1.1 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-9 0 1 1 2.92 1.1 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-11 0 1 1 3.29 4.0 2 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 16-6 0 1 1 3.06 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 8-0 0 1 1 2.89 3.0 3 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-4 0 1 1 3.32 0.2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18-3 0 1 1 3.22 4.0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-8 0 1 1 2.73 26.1 24 10 8 5 16 5 0 0 0 0 3 0 82-64 0 1 1 2.73

■ Has started 20 career games - most among active Red Raiders. ■ Red Raiders are 10-3 during his last 13 starts dating back to last season. ■ HOME GAMES (Career): 15 APP (13 GS), 7-1, 3.99 ERA, 63.2 IP, 28 ER, 60 SO, 31 BB. ■ CAREER: 94 strikeouts in 94.2 innings pitched. ■ UAPB: Started game retiring 14 straight - HBP in 5th (2 outs) broke up perfect game. ■ Carried no-hitter 5.1 IP before bloop INF single in 6th inning vs. UAPB (only hit of game). ■ First Red Raider to carry no-hitter for 5.1 IP since 2007 (AJ Ramos - 5.1 IP vs. Kansas). ■ Combined with RHP Dalton Brown for 1-hitter in 2-0 victory over UAPB (3/25). ■ Struck out career-high 10 in seven shutout innings vs. UAPB (3/25). ■ First Red Raider with 10 SO in a game since Corey Taylor last season (vs. Utah Valley). ■ Struck out 4 straight batters vs. UAPB - first by a Red Raider since C. Taylor (vs. UV - 2013). ■ Matched career-high 7.0 innings pitched (scoreless) vs. UAPB (3/25). ■ Perfect Game: No. 8 MLB Draft Prospect (Big 12 - Sophomore Class). ■ 37th round (1,146 overall) selection by the Texas Rangers in the 2012 MLB Draft.

RHP 6-4 215 R/R SO./1L

2014 GAME-BY-GAME Date TEAM GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W L SV ERA Feb 15, 2014 INDIANA-1 * 5.0 3 4 1 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10-5 1 0 0 1.80 Feb 22, 2014 ORAL ROBERTS * 5.0 2 1 0 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7-2 1 0 0 0.90 Mar 01, 2014 vs. Sam Houston State * 2.2 5 6 6 2 2 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 6-10 1 1 0 4.97 Mar 09, 2014 NEW MEXICO STATE * 3.0 4 3 3 2 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 14-4 1 1 0 5.74 Mar 18, 2014 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN * 5.0 6 3 2 1 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 20-4 2 1 0 5.23 Mar 25, 2014 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF-1 * 7.0 1 0 0 2 10 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2-0 3 1 0 3.90 Mar 30, 2014 TEXAS 1.1 2 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-5 3 2 0 4.03 Apr 04, 2014 at Oklahoma State * 1.0 2 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1-3 3 3 0 4.20 Apr 08, 2014 ABILENE CHRISTIAN 1.0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 19-2 3 3 0 4.06 Apr 15, 2014 DALLAS BAPTIST * 2.2 7 4 4 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 5-4 3 3 0 4.81 Apr 22, 2014 vs. TCU 0.0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-4 3 3 0 5.08 May 02, 2014 at Kansas 3.0 3 5 4 3 5 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 3-11 3 3 0 5.65 Totals 8 36.2 36 31 23 21 42 6 0 3 5 1 6 0 89-54 3 3 0 5.65

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball

TIM PROUDFOOT

TYLER NESLONY

Brooks Wallace Award Watch List Nation’s Top Shortstop Award

Gregg Olson Breakout Player of the Year Nation’s Top Breakout Player

ADAM KIRSCH

DYLAN DUSEK

Big 12 Conference Newcomer of the Year

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball GAME NOTES

FOUR RED RAIDERS EARN CORAL GABLES REGIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Texas Tech had four players selected to the NCAA Coral Gables Regional All-Tournament team while freshman lefty Dylan Dusek was named the regional’s Most Outstanding Player after throwing eight shutout innings with three strikeouts and a walk in game two helping Tech to a 3-0 victory over No. 1 seed and tournament host Miami (Fla.). Sophomore first baseman Eric Gutierrez batted .286 (4-for-14) with a double and two RBI. Freshman third baseman Ryan Long made several highlight plays at the hot corner while posting three hits and two runs with an RBI with a .333 on-base percentage in four games played. Perhaps the most impressive performance by a position player in the tournament was Tech junior shortstop Tim Proudfoot who was perfect in the field making 23 plays (17 assists, 6 assists) without making an error while batting .455 (5for-11) with two runs, an RBI and four walks with a .600 on-base percentage. WALKING OFF IN NCAA TOURNAMENT PLAY Texas Tech won its first NCAA Tournament game of the postseason on a walk-off RBI double by sophomore first baseman Eric Gutierrez. It was the third time in Tech history that a Red Raider hit a walk-off for the victory, with the two previous coming in 2002 at the Rice Regional against Washington with a 5-4 win and in 2001 at the Fullerton regional against No. 19 Arizona State, 9-8. The Red Raiders have also lost three games in NCAA Tournament play in walk-off fashion against No. 1 Rice (3-1, 1999 Lubbock Regional - Championship Game), No. 1 USC (13-10 in 11 innings, 1996 Lubbock Regional) and facing No. 1 Rice (3-1, 1999 Lubbock Regional - Championship Game).

BIG 12 CONFERENCE TEAM Oklahoma State TCU Kansas Texas Tech Texas West Virginia Baylor Oklahoma Kansas State

BIGGEST TURNAROUND IN TEXAS TECH HISTORY Tech coach Tim Tadlock might only be in his second season with the Red Raiders but what he has accomplished in two years is truly remarkable. Tadlock’s year one to year two marks the biggest turnaround in Texas Tech history with +17 wins this season from last year. In 2013 the Red Raiders went 26-30 overall with an eighth place finish in the Big 12. This season Tech is 43-19 overall, finished fourth in the Big 12 Conference and earned the program’s first NCAA Tournament berth since 2004 and he became the first head coach in school history to lead the Red Raiders to an NCAA Regional title... In his second season. The previous record for biggest turnaround in Tech history was +16 wins from 1985 (18-33) to 1986 (34-25).

NCAA SUPER REGIONAL SCHEDULES

GAMES BEGIN FRIDAY, JUNE 6 – All Times are Eastern

TECH HAS CHANCE TO TIE SCHOOL RECORD FOR HOME WINS IN A SEASON Texas Tech enters the NCAA Lubbock Super Regional second in the nation in home wins with a 31-4 record. That mark gives Tech an opportunity to tie the school record for wins at home in a single-season. Tech’s all-time record for home wins in a season is 33 in 1993 when the Red Raiders went 33-2.

UC Irvine (38-23) at Oklahoma St. (48-16) 9:30 p.m. (ESPNU), 10 p.m. (ESPNU), 9 p.m. (ESPNU) Houston (48-16) at Texas (41-19) 4 p.m. (ESPN2), 2 p.m. (ESPN), 2 p.m. (ESPN)

ONE OF THE BEST TURNAROUNDS IN BIG 12 HISTORY Texas Tech’s +17 wins from last season to this year also ranks as one of the biggest turnarounds in Big 12 history. Below is a look at the other great turnarounds in Big 12 history. In addition, Tim Tadlock has the biggest turnaround among all active Big 12 coaches during their first seasons (if during Big 12 era). +21 Wins - Texas (2001: 36-26 ... 2002: 57-15) +18 Wins - Baylor (2011: 31-28 ... 2012: 49-17) +18 Wins - K-State (2012: 27-31 ... 2013: 45-19) +17 Wins - Texas Tech (2013: 26-30 ... 2014: 43-19) +17 Wins - Kansas (2002: 22-29 ... 2003: 35-28) +17 Wins - Baylor (2004: 29-31 ... 2005: 46-24) BIG 12 BASEBALL - STANDING TALL ABOVE THE REST Texas Tech is just one of four teams from the Big 12 Conference that have not only advanced to an NCAA Super Regional but is also hosting the weekend event. Texas Tech, TCU, Oklahoma State and Texas are all at home this weekend as a Super Regional host. It is just the second time in NCAA Super Regional history (since 1999) that a league has had four Super Regional hosts - the only other time coming last season with the ACC (4 teams). The Big 12 Conference is looking to match or surpass its best showing at the College World Series as the league produced three of the eight teams in Omaha at the College World Series in 2005 (Texas, Baylor, Nebraska). Four times the league has had multiple teams in Omaha and 10 times the league had had at least one representative at the CWS.

BIG 12 OVERALL 18-6 48-16 17-7 45-15 15-9 35-26 14-10 43-19 13-11 41-19 9-14 28-26 8-15 26-31 8-16 29-29 5-19 25-30

Kennesaw State (40-22) at Louisville (48-15) 6:30 p.m. (ESPNU), 7 p.m. (ESPNU), 6 p.m. (ESPN2) Stanford (34-24) at Vanderbilt (44-18) 1 p.m. (ESPN2), 3 p.m. (ESPN2), 3 p.m. (ESPN2)

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The following four best-of-three super regionals will be played Saturday, June 7, Sunday, June 8, and Monday, June 9 (if necessary). GAMES BEGIN SATURDAY, JUNE 7- All times are Eastern *Game time and ESPN Network subject to change

LONGEST LOSING STREAK - 3 GAMES For the first time since 1997, Texas Tech has only suffered one three-game losing streak this season. If you go back into Tech baseball history only one time (1997) since 1961 has Tech limited its longest losing streak of the season to just three games. In 1997 the Red Raiders only lost back-to-back games twice and never lost three games in a row. In 1961 - the only other last time Tech didn’t have a three-game losing streak - the Red Raiders only played 18 games during the season.

College of Charleston (44-17) at Texas Tech (43-19) 1 p.m. (ESPNU), 3 p.m. (ESPNU), *1 p.m. (ESPN2)

BACK IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT The Texas Tech baseball program is back in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2004 while snapping a decade-long drought of postseason baseball. Tech was a perennial college baseball powerhouse during the mid-1990’s and early 2000’s where the program made every NCAA Tournament from 1995-2002 and again in 2004. Then Tech suffered four losing seasons and only three 30-wins campaigns from 2005-2013 while missing out on the NCAA Tournament for nine straight years.

Ole Miss (44-18) at No. 6 La.-Lafayette (57-8) 8 p.m. (ESPN2), 9 p.m. (ESPN2), *7 p.m. (ESPN2)

TADLOCK TURNS AROUND TECH BASEBALL PROGRAM IN SECOND YEAR Tim Tadlock inherited the Texas Tech baseball program following the 2012 season when the Red Raiders went 29-26 overall and finished in a tie for last in the Big 12 with a 7-17 record. Only nine players off that 2012 team remained and in just two seasons Tadlock has guided Tech to a 40-win season and the program’s first appearance at the NCAA Tournament since 2004. Tadlock becomes just the second coach in school history to lead the Red Raiders to the postseason while former coach Larry Hays led Tech to nine tournament appearances in 1995-2002 and 2004.

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Pepperdine (42-16) at No. 7 TCU (45-15) 4 p.m. (ESPNU), 6 p.m. (ESPNU), *7 p.m. (ESPNU)

Maryland (39-21) at No. 3 Virginia (47-13) Noon (ESPN2), Noon (ESPN2), *4 p.m. (ESPN2)

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball NATIONAL POLLS COLLEGIATE BASEBALL (June 3) 1. UL-Lafayette 2. Virginia 3. TCU 4. Oklahoma State 5. Louisville 6. Ole Miss 7. Houston 8. Vanderbilt 9. Texas 10. TEXAS TECH 11. Pepperdine 12. Kennesaw State 13. Maryland 14. UC Irvine 15. Stanford 16. Coll. of Charleston 17. Oregon State 18. Miami (Fla.) 19. Cal Poly 20. Indiana 21. LSU 22. Washington 23. Florida State 24. Florida 25. South Carolina 26. Rice 27. Oregon 28. Mississippi State 29. Cal State Fullerton 30. Arkansas

NCBWA (June 3) 1. UL-Lafayette 2. Virginia 3. Oklahoma State 4. Louisville 5. Houston 6. Vanderbilt 7. TCU 8. Ole Miss 9. Texas 10. TEXAS TECH 11. Pepperdine 12. Oregon State 13. LSU 14. Cal Poly 15. UC Irvine 16. Coll. of Charleston 17. Stanford 18. Florida State 19. Indiana 20. Maryland 21. Kennesaw State 22. Miami (Fla.) 23. South Carolina 24. Florida 25. Rice 26. Washington 27. Oregon 28. Mississippi State 29. Alabama 30. Nebraska

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BASEBALL AMERICA (May 26) 1. UL-Lafayette 2. Oregon State 3. Florida 4. Florida State 5. Cal Poly 6. Indiana 7. LSU 8. Virginia 9. TCU 10. Oklahoma State 11. Miami (Fla.) 12. Ole Miss 13. Louisville 14. Washington 15. Houston 16. Rice 17. Mississippi State 18. South Carolina 19. Nebraska 20. Vanderbilt 21. Texas 22. Kentucky 23. Pepperdine 24. Arkansas 25. Georgia Tech

USA TODAY COACHES’ (May 26) 1. UL-Lafayette 2. Oregon State 3. Florida State 4. Virginia 5. LSU 6. Cal Poly 7. Oklahoma State 8. Florida 9. Louisville 10. TCU 11. Indiana 12. Rice 13. South Carolina 14. Vanderbilt 15. Houston 16. Miami (Fla.) 17. Ole Miss 18. Oregon 19. Washington 20. Texas 21. Mississippi State 22. Nebraska 23. TEXAS TECH 24. Pepperdine 25. Kentucky

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GAME NOTES RED RAIDERS PLAYED 23 GAMES AGAINST NINE NCAA TOURNAMENT PROGRAMS Tech finished the regular season with a strength of schedule ranked 16th in the nation. Tech faced nine opponents that reached the NCAA Tournament while the Red Raiders went 10-13 in 23 games against programs that made the postseason. Tech played against four No. 1 seed/regional hosts (7-5), three No. 2 seeds (3-4) and two No. 3 seeds (0-4). TEXAS TECH BRINGS HIGH-POWERED OFFENSE INTO NCAA LUBBOCK SUPER REGIONAL Texas Tech enters the NCAA Lubbock Super Regional leading the Big 12 Conference in several offensive categories, including batting average (.289), slugging percentage (.413), doubles (120) and triples (23). In addition, Tech has featured one of the top defenses in the country with a league-best 64 double plays and .981 fielding percentage. TEXAS TECH BULLPEN AMONG THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY The Texas Tech bullpen is a big reason why the Red Raiders have had a successful season as 15 pitchers have contributed to a bullpen with a 25-6 record, 3.26 ERA, 14 saves, 209 strikeouts and 92 walks allowed. Tech is one of just three programs in the country with eight pitchers having recorded at least one save (Drozd - 3, Moseley - 3, Moreno - 2, Taylor - 2, Tripp - 1, Smith - 1, Brown - 1, Damron - 1), joining Florida and UL-Lafayette. Tech’s bullpen has led the way to a 33-3 record when leading after six innings, 33-2 record when leading after seven innings and a 34-1 record when leading after eight innings. SIX RED RAIDERS NAMED ALL-BIG 12 - KIRSCH RECEIVES NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR Six Red Raiders received All-Big 12 recognition - the most by the program since 2001 - while senior designated hitter Adam Kirsch became the program’s second player to receive Big 12 Newcomer of the Year. Tech’s three first-team selections are its most since 2004 as Kirsch (DH), junior Tim Proudfoot (INF) and sophomore Eric Gutierrez (INF) all received first team. Tech had three players named to the second team with junior left-handed pitcher Chris Sadberry, junior catcher Hunter Redman and sophomore outfielder Tyler Neslony receiving recognition. In addition, outfielder Stephen Smith was named to the Big 12 All-Freshman Team. Tech had three players receive All-Big 12 honorable mention as senior left-handed pitcher Jonny Drozd, junior second baseman Bryant Burleson and junior left-handed pitcher Cameron Smith were named to the list. TEXAS TECH ENTERING THE NCAA LUBBOCK SUPER REGIONAL • 43-19 overall record, 14-10 in Big 12. • 1-of-2 Big 12 programs with 40-win regular seasons (Big 12 champion, Oklahoma State - 41 wins). • 14-game home win streak (longest active home win streak in the nation). • Ranks 2nd in the nation (1st in Big 12) in home wins (31-4). • Ranks 2nd in the nation (1st in Big 12) in non-conference wins (29-7). • Ranks 3rd in the nation (1st in Big 12) in home winning percentage (.886). RECORD VS. RPI • 10-10 vs. Top-25 RPI. • 16-14 vs. Top-50 RPI. • 29-18 vs. Top-100 RPI. • 14-1 vs. opponents 101 RPI and below. TEXAS TECH - QUICK HITS • Texas Tech’s 10 wins vs. top-25 opponents are the most in the Big 12 and the most by the Red Raiders since 2009 (11). • Texas Tech has been ranked nationally for 16 consecutive weeks - which includes every week during the regular season. • Finished in fourth place in the Big 12 standings... marks Tech’s first time to finish in top four teams since 2004. • Program’s 12th 40-win season in school history (2014, 2004, 2002, 2001, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1994, 1993, 1991). • Tech’s 40-16 record is its best during a regular season since 2002 (40-16). • Won 40 regular season games for just the sixth time in school history (2014, 2002, 1996, 1995, 1993, 1991). • Swept three Big 12 series - its most since 2002 (3). • Sweep over WVU marked program’s 23rd Big 12 sweep... Game 3 marked its first-ever Game 3 shutout during a sweep. • Went 8-4 in series this season... posted six sweeps (ORU, New Mexico St., K-State, Prairie View A&M, Oklahoma, WVU). • Six series sweeps are its most in a season since 2002 (6 - BYU, Seton Hall, Texas A&M-CC, Oklahoma, UTPA, Baylor). • Went 31-4 at home, TTU’s most home wins since 1996 (32-6)... Its Tech’s 4th 30-win home season in history (‘14, ‘95, ‘93, ‘91). • Home winning percentage (.886) ranks second in school history... school record is .942 (33-2 record) in 1993. • Broke school record with 14 straight home wins to finish regular season (leads nation)... previous record 13 (2001, 2002). • Won its 9th straight Big 12 home game... Tech’s longest streak since 2001 (9). • Marked 2nd time in school history to sweep final 3 Big 12 home series (KSU, OU, WVU)... 2001 (ISU, A&M, KU). • Texas Tech has suffered only one three-game losing streak (May 2-4, Kansas series) all season. • Tech has won seven games during its final at-bat - two came in the West Virginia series. • Held its opponent to 2 or fewer runs in 27 games (23-4)... marks most times holding opponents to 2 or fewer runs in TTU history. • Has allowed 3 or fewer earned runs in 41-of-62 games. • Texas Tech is 41-8 when scoring 2 or more runs in a game. • Texas Tech is 33-2 when leading after the seventh inning. • Texas Tech is 40-9 when holding opponents to 5 runs or fewer. • Texas Tech is 27-4 when out-hitting its opponent. • Texas Tech is 11-7 in games following a loss. • Texas Tech ranks sixth in the NCAA in fielding percentage (.981) and sixth in double plays turned (61). • Coach Tim Tadlock won 500th career game in the middle game of the WVU series. Career record in 11 seasons: 501-173. • Tech ranks 23rd in the nation in total home attendance (79,733), ranks 31st in average attendance (2,416). • Texas Tech has its best team ERA (3.27) since 1973 (3.25). • Tech has scored 1 or fewer runs in 10-of-19 losses. • In 12 series finales Tech is 9-3 and out-scoring opponents 92-36... Tech has won four games by 10+ runs. • Tech has eight wins over top-25 opponents... four of those wins are against top-10 opponents. • Texas Tech went 12-3 in midweek games this season (9-1 at home/3-2 on road/neutral site). • Texas Tech went 10-1 on Tuesdays this season. • Tech went 14-4 in the month of April - marks third most wins in April in school history (1997: 17-4, 1993: 15-5). • Texas Tech had 14 wins in the month of March - most by the Red Raiders since Big 12 title season in 1997 (18). • Tech’s game against TCU in Abilene marked the first in Tech history against a league opponent in non-conference action. • Tech won its 1,000th all-time home game on April 19 vs. Prairie View A&M (13-0, 7 inn.) - 1,000-469-5 all-time home record. • Tech has swept 2 doubleheaders in a season (vs. #3 Indiana/UAPB) for the first time since 2004 (vs. Harvard/at KU). • Tech used 12 games to win 4 games vs. top-10 teams... Previous 4 wins over top-10 teams spanned 143 games (2010-12). • Texas Tech has seen 15 newcomers in action this season, including eight true freshmen who have made career debuts. • A total of 18 Red Raiders have started in a game this season (position players). List includes 4 freshmen & 8 newcomers. • Tech won first 3 series back-to-back years... 2013 beat La Salle, UT Arlington and Texas during opening 3 series. • Since 1996, Texas Tech is 21-2 when opening the season playing a three or four-game series against a single opponent.

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball GAME NOTES TEXAS TECH - HOME GAMES • Texas Tech in 35 home games: .326 batting average ... 2.73 ERA ... .985 fielding percentage. • Tech has won 14 straight home games (Apr. 8-May 17), which is the longest active home winning streak in the nation. • The Red Raiders also won 14 straight home games (Feb. 15-Mar. 18)... longest home win streak since 2002 (13 games). • Texas Tech had a 10-game home win streak in midweek games snapped against SFA (Mar. 19). DAN LAW FIELD AT RIP GRIFFIN PARK • Tech set two Rip Griffin Park (since 2012) attendance records vs. Texas - single-game (4,353) and 3-game series (12,551). WEST VIRGINIA (MAY 15-17) • Marked West Virginia’s first-ever trip to Lubbock. • Tech swept the Mountaineers, marking Tech’s third straight Big 12 home series sweep. • Red Raiders won opening two games on walk-off base hits. Game 1 in 11th inning, Game 2 in 9th inning. • Tech shutout WVU in game three, Tech’s first shutout over a Big 12 opponent in series finale since 2012 (vs. Missouri). DALLAS BAPTIST (MAY 6) • Swept DBU in the season series for the first time since 2012... Tech won 5-4 in Lubbock and 18-3 in Dallas. • Scored its most runs in a game (18) during the month of May since Mar. 22, 2004 (W, 19-18, vs. Baylor - Lubbock). • Three home runs marked a season-high... last time Tech hit 3 HR in a game - at Dallas Baptist last season. • Gave DBU its worst loss (15 runs, 18-3) since also suffering a 15-run loss against South Dakota State in 2010 (L, 23-8). • Tech’s 18 runs marked its most runs ever against the Patriots in Dallas... Tech did score 21 runs vs. DBU in Midland in 2007. ORAL ROBERTS (APRIL 29) • Red Raiders improved to 2-1 in extra-inning games (all 12 innings) with a 4-1 win at Oral Roberts. • Extra-inning game at ORU marked Tech’s first on the road since Mar. 23, 2013 (W, 6-4 in 10 inn. at West Virginia). • Marked Tech’s first extra-inning road game in midweek action since Feb. 14, 2006 (W, 8-7 in 10 inn. at New Mexico).

RECORD BREAKDOWN ALL BIG 12 All Opponents_____________________ 43-19 14-10 at Home_________________________ 31-4 10-2 on the Road______________________ 9-10 4-8 at Neutral Sites____________________ 3-5 0-0 Division I teams____________________ 43-19 14-10 Non-Division I teams__________________ 0-0 0-0 Ranked teams______________________ 10-10 4-5 Top-10 teams________________________ 6-2 0-0 Top-5 teams_________________________ 5-2 0-0 Top-Ranked teams____________________ 0-0 0-0 When TTU starter pitches 5 + innings______ 25-10 6-5 When TTU starter pitches > 5 innings______ 18-9 8-5 When TTU staff posts 10 + strikeouts________ 5-3 0-3 When TTU staff posts 12 + strikeouts_______ 1-1 0-1 When TTU staff posts 15 + strikeouts_______ 0-0 0-0 Day Games________________________ 28-11 10-5 Night Games________________________ 15-8 4-5 Midweek Games_____________________ 12-3 0-0 Weekend Games____________________ 31-14 14-10 vs. RH Starter_______________________ 28-13 6-7 vs. LH Starter________________________ 15-6 8-3

OKLAHOMA (APRIL 25-27) • Tech swept Oklahoma for the first time since 2002. • Red Raiders swept a Big 12 series with 3 come-from-behind wins for the first time since 2000 (vs. Baylor). • The Red Raiders 46 hits in OU series marked its most in a league series since 2011 (51, at Baylor).

1-Run Games_______________________ 10-6 3-2 2-Run Games________________________ 3-2 0-2 5-Plus-Run Games___________________ 17-6 6-4 Extra-Inning Games___________________ 3-2 0-1

PRAIRIE VIEW A&M (APRIL 17-19) • Tech did not strikeout in a game (vs. PVAMU - Apr. 19) for the first time since 2010 (vs. Alabama A&M). • In Game 3 vs. Prairie View A&M - Texas Tech hitters posted 10 walks and did not record a strikeout. • Tech posted back-to-back shutouts in the final two games of its series with PVAMU - a first for Tech since vs La Salle (2013). • Tech scored at least one run in eight consecutive innings vs. PVAMU - 6th-8th inning (Game 2), 1st-5th (Game 3). • First time Tech has scored a run in eight consecutive innings in over 13 years.

Last at-bat wins________________________ 7 2 Last at-bat losses_______________________ 3 1

K-STATE (APRIL 11-13) • Tech swept K-State for the first time since 2004 - Tech’s first Big 12 sweep since 2011 (vs. Kansas). • Tech bullpen vs. K-State (3-Game Series): 3-0, 1.15 ERA, 1 Save, 15.2 IP, 12 SO, 6 BB, .175 opponent batting avg. ABILENE CHRISTIAN (APRIL 8) • Texas Tech’s 7 runs in the 1st inning vs. Abilene Christian (4/8) was its most in the 1st inning since 2008 (9, vs. K-State). #20 OKLAHOMA STATE (APRIL 4-6) • Tech had 10 players score a run at OSU - first by Tech in a Big 12 road game since 2004 (at Kansas). • Had 16 runs in Game 2 at OSU - Tech’s most in a Big 12 road game since 2010 (21 - at Kansas, series finale). • 16 runs at OSU marked the Cowboys most runs allowed since 2010 (17 - vs. Kansas). • 16 runs at OSU are the most ever for the Red Raiders against the Cowboys... previous high was 13 in 1998 in Stillwater. #12 TEXAS (MARCH 28-30) • In Game 2 vs. UT, Tech scored at least 1 run in 5 straight innings (1st-5th) for the first time since 2011 (vs. #22 OSU). #24 TCU (MARCH 21-23) • Texas Tech’s series win at No. 24 TCU marked its first on the road over a ranked opponent since 2011 (at No. 14 Baylor). • With its road series win at No. 24 TCU, Texas Tech captured its 27th all-time Big 12 road series. • Tech bullpen recorded a 1.26 ERA (14.1 IP/2 ER) in the three-game series with TCU with 10 SO and 3 BB. • Batted .429 (15-for-35) with runners in scoring position during the three-game TCU series. • Tech won a Big 12 series finale (12-2 at TCU) on the road by 10 or more runs for the first time since 2010 (at KU, 21-10). BAYLOR (MARCH 14-16) • Tech tied a school record for fewest runs allowed in a Big 12 series holding Baylor to just 4 runs (2012, 2001, 1997). • Texas Tech pitching staff recorded a 1.44 ERA during the opening weekend of Big 12 play (at Baylor - Mar. 14-16). HOUSTON COLLEGE CLASSIC (FEBRUARY 28-MARCH 2) • Victory over Rice snapped Tech’s 15-game losing streak against the Owls (dated back to 1996). STEPHEN F. AUSTIN (FEBRUARY 27) • Tech’s win at SFA marked its first when trailing after eight innings since 2011 (at Dallas Baptist - Mar. 22). ORAL ROBERTS (FEBRUARY 21-23) • Tech’s 1.00 ERA vs. Oral Roberts marked its lowest ERA during a three-game series during the Big 12 era (since 1997). • Texas Tech hosted the fifth annual Brooks Wallace Memorial Series (Feb. 21-23) sweeping Oral Roberts in Lubbock. • Wallace, 1-for-4 Red Raiders to have jersey (#22) retired, died at age 27 (3/24/85) after an on-going bout with leukemia. MISCELLANEOUS • Tech signed six players during early signing period who were named a Preseason HS All-American by Perfect Game. • Tech was named the National Team of the Day (Saturday, Feb. 15) by Perfect Game and College Baseball Daily.

Wearing White Pinstripes_______________ 9-2 3-1 Wearing Gray________________________ 4-4 2-2 Wearing Black_______________________ 14-6 3-5 Wearing Red________________________ 15-7 6-2 Wearing Throwbacks__________________ 1-0 0-0 On Monday__________________________ 2-1 0-0 On Tuesday_________________________ 10-1 0-0 On Wednesday_______________________ 0-2 0-0 On Thursday_________________________ 4-1 1-0 On Friday____________________________ 6-7 3-5 On Saturday________________________ 13-3 6-2 On Sunday__________________________ 8-4 4-3 3-Game Series Openers________________ 5-5 3-5 3-Game Middle Games________________ 8-2 6-2 3-Game Series Finales_________________ 7-3 5-3 In February__________________________ 8-2 0-0 In March___________________________ 14-7 4-5 In April ____________________________ 14-4 7-2 In May______________________________ 6-5 3-3 In June______________________________ 1-1 0-0 In Texas___________________________ 38-10 13-5 In Oklahoma_________________________ 2-4 1-2 In New Mexico_______________________ 0-1 0-0 In Kansas____________________________ 0-3 0-3 In Florida____________________________ 3-1 0-0 Below 40 degrees_____________________ 0-0 0-0 40-49 degrees________________________ 5-0 1-0 50-59 degrees________________________ 9-2 2-1 60-69 degrees________________________ 8-5 2-3 70-79 degrees________________________ 7-8 3-6 80-89 degrees_______________________ 12-4 5-0 90-99 degrees________________________ 1-0 1-0 Roof Closed (Minute Maid)_____________ 1-0 0-0 Televised Games_____________________ 13-9 7-4 On Comcast SportsNet Houston_________ 1-2 0-0 On FOX College Sports_________________ 2-4 2-2 On FOX Sports 1______________________ 0-1 0-1 On FOX Sports Southwest______________ 1-1 0-1 On FOX Sports Southwest Plus__________ 6-0 5-0 On ESPN3___________________________ 3-1 0-0 On ESPNU___________________________ 0-0 0-0 On ESPN2___________________________ 0-0 0-0

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball BIG 12 PRESEASON RANKINGS BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL - COACHES 1. Kansas State (5)_________________ 56 points 2. Oklahoma State (2)______________ 51 points TCU (1)________________________ 51 points 4. Texas (1)______________________ 50 points 5. Oklahoma_____________________ 37 points 6. Baylor________________________ 26 points 7. West Virginia___________________ 23 points 8. Texas Tech____________________ 18 points 9. Kansas________________________ 12 points BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL - PERFECT GAME 1. Kansas State 2. Oklahoma State 3. Texas 4. TCU 5. West Virginia 6. Oklahoma 7. Texas Tech 8. Baylor 9. Kansas BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL - COLLEGIATE BASEBALL 1. Oklahoma State 2. TCU 3. Texas 4. Kansas State 5. Oklahoma 6. West Virginia 7. Baylor 8. Kansas 9. Texas Tech BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL - COLLEGE BASEBALL TODAY 1. Kansas State 2. TCU 3. Oklahoma State 4. Texas 5. Oklahoma 6. Baylor 7. Kansas 8. West Virginia 9. Texas Tech

GAME NOTES QUICK HITS - NATIONAL RANKINGS • Texas Tech has been nationally-ranked for 16 consecutive weeks. • This year, received its first ranking from USA Today Coaches’ since Feb. 28, 2005 (25th). • This year, received its first ranking from NCBWA since Mar. 21, 2005 (25th). • This year, received its first ranking from Collegiate Baseball since Mar. 12, 2012 (27th). • This year, received its first ranking from Baseball America since Mar. 21, 2005 (21st). • This year, received its first-ever ranking from Perfect Game. QUICK HITS - TIM TADLOCK • In 2 seasons under coach Tim Tadlock, the Red Raiders are 35-5 at home against non-conference opponents. • In 2 seasons under Tadlock, Texas Tech is 20-10 in midweek games, including a 14-1 record at home. • The Red Raiders are 59-2 in two seasons under Tim Tadlock when holding a lead after eight innings. • The Red Raiders now have 26 come-from-behind victories under second-year head coach Tim Tadlock (14 in 2014). • In two seasons as head coach at Tech, Tim Tadlock is 15-19 vs. ranked opponents and 6-2 against top-10 opponents. • In 11 years as a head coach at the collegiate level, Tech head coach Tim Tadlock is 504-176 (Texas Tech/Grayson County). QUICK HITS - POSITION PLAYERS (Alphabetical) • Jake Barrios - - - has 30 career multi-hit games (14 in 2014... 16 in 2013). • Bryant Burleson - - - has 44 career doubles... sole possession of 10th place in school career history. • Zach Davis - - - became first Red Raider to steal home (tied game - bottom 9, vs. #12 Texas) since 2012 (Bo Altobelli - at KU). • Tyler Floyd - - - back-to-back semesters (fall 2013, spring 2014) with a perfect 4.0 grade-point-average. • Eric Gutierrez - - - leads the nation among all underclassmen in home runs (12) and RBI (58). • Alec Humphreys - - - batting .571 (4-for-7) as a pinch hitter this season - leads the team. • Adam Kirsch - - - Second Red Raider in school history to be named Big 12 Newcomer of the Year. • Ryan Long - - - named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (2/24) after batting .500 (6-for-12) during series with Oral Roberts. • Anthony Lyons - - - batted .700 (7-for-10) in back-to-back starts at Dallas Baptist and vs. Texas at Big 12 Championship. • Tyler Neslony - - -had a 19-game hitting streak - longest by a Red Raider since 2004 (Cameron Blair - 20 games). • Tim Proudfoot - - - named to Brooks Wallace Award Watch List (Nation’s Top SS) for second time during career. • Mason Randolph - - - has allowed just one passed ball during career at Texas Tech (94 games, 73 starts). • Hunter Redman - - - All-Big 12 second team selection... 1st Red Raider catcher to earn All-Big 12 in first season since 2002. • Todd Ritchie - - - tied an all-time Texas Tech record with 5 walks at #20 Oklahoma State (4/5)... 4th Red Raider to have 5 BB. • Stephen Smith - - - named a Freshman All-American QUICK HITS - PITCHERS (Alphabetical) • Justin Bethard - - - top performance this season at TCU (3/21): 2 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 3 SO - 22 pitches. • Dalton Brown - - - 11-of-15 appearances this season have been scoreless. • Matt Custred - - - pitched a scoreless inning in relief vs. Abilene Christian (4/8) with a strikeout. • Ty Damron - - - improved to 2-0 this season pitching two scoreless relief innings vs. Prairie View A&M (4/19). • Jonny Drozd - - - has 7 wins this season in relief - pitching at least 3 innings in each victory. • Dylan Dusek - - - became the first Tech left-handed pitcher to earn Freshman All-America. • Heath Herrington - - - made career debut on the mound throwing 0.2 innings vs. #12 Texas (3/28). • Dominic Moreno - - - 3-of-4 wins this season have come while pitching in relief. • Ryan Moseley - - -pitched 6 shutout innings at No. 3 Miami (Fla.) in the Coral Gables Regional Tournament. • Nick Pettus - - - pitched 2 scoreless innings with 3 strikeouts at #20 Oklahoma State (4/5). • Chris Sadberry - - - only Red Raider to start against every conference opponent this season. • Cameron Smith - - - in 48 career collegiate appearances (New Mexico JC/Texas Tech) has tallied a 25-6 record. • Corey Taylor - - - Texas Tech is 16-4 during his 20 outings... has made six starts this season. • Sean Thompson - - - made career debut pitching 1.1 innings in relief at the Houston College Classic vs. Houston (2/28). • Johnathon Tripp - - - made first career Big 12 start (4.0 IP, 1 ER) during Tech’s 16-6 win at No. 20 Oklahoma State (4/5). • Matt Withrow - - - owns a 7-1 career record in 15 APP and 13 starts at home... leads Tech this season with 37 strikeouts. SADBERRY BECAME FOURTH RED RAIDER TO START BACK-TO-BACK GAMES FOR TECH SINCE 2007 Texas Tech junior LHP Chris Sadberry started for Tech in the NCAA Tournament opening game at the Coral Gables Regional against third-seeded Columbia on Friday, May 30. Sadberry was Tech’s starting pitcher in back-to-back games as he also started against Oklahoma in Tech’s final game at the Big 12 Championship (5/22). The last time it happened was last season when RHP Matt Withrow started Tech’s midweek game (vs. Dallas Baptist - May 7) before spring semester final exams and then started for Tech eight days later in the Red Raiders final midweek game of the season at No. 13 Arizona State (May 13). Sadberry’s consecutive starts for Tech marks just the fourth time it has happened since 2007 as sophomore right-handed pitcher A.J. Ramos (2007) and junior left-handed pitcher Ben Flora (2011) also accomplished the feat. NESLONY’S 19 GAME HIT STREAK - LONGEST BY A RED RAIDER SINCE 2004 Sophomore outfielder Tyler Neslony posted a 19-game hit streak - the longest by a Red Raider since 2004 (Cameron Blair - 20 games). Neslony batted .432 (32-for-74) with 12 runs, six doubles, two triples, twho home runs, 14 RBI and 10 walks. Cameron Blair - who head coach Tim Tadlock coached in junior college at Grayson County before he transferred to Tech batted .432 (35-for-810 during his 20-game streak in 2004 with 24 runs, seven doubles, five home runs, 30 RBI, .515 on-base percentage and .704 slugging percentage. NESLONY ENTERS SCHOOL RECORD BOOK IN BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP Neslony became just the sixth player in Texas Tech history to record four base hits during a Big 12 Championship game while going 4-for-5 against Oklahoma (5/22) in the Red Raiders final game at the tournament in Bricktown Ballpark. Neslony is the first Red Raider to accomplish the feat since 2011 when senior Nick Popescu went 4-for-5 against No. 13 Texas A&M during a 10-5 loss in an elimination game. KIRSCH JOINS EXCLUSIVE COMPANY EARNING CONFERENCE HONOR Senior Adam Kirsch might just be in his first and also last season as a Red Raider but his impact at the plate made others around the league take notice while batting .300 (60-for-200) with 36 runs, a conference-leading 19 doubles, two triples, nine home runs and 48 RBI. Kirsch was voted by league head coaches as the Big 12 Newcomer of the Year, becoming just the second Red Raider in school history to earn the honor. The only other Tech player to receive the award was Keith Ginter who helped lead Tech to the regular season Big 12 championship in 1997 - the first year of the Big 12. Ginter, who played two years at Tech before being selected in the 10th round of the MLB Draft in 1998 by the Houston Astros, batted .426 with 106 base hits, 97 runs scored, 24 doubles, 17 home runs and 77 RBI while earning first team All-America honors in 1997.

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball GAME NOTES SCORING EARLY AND OFTEN DURING FIRST NCAA TOUNAMENT GAME In 1995 the Texas Tech Red Raiders made their first appearance in the NCAA Tournament, and if you were there to see the first inning you would have known Tech was ready. Tech scored eight runs in the first inning of its first NCAA Tournament game against Providence on May 27, 1995 in Wichita and ended up defeating the Friars 24-5 in its first of five games at the Midwest I Regional. Tech also posted a 10-run eighth inning in the 19-run victory. In 33 all-time NCAA Tournament games, that run total (24 runs) remains a school record for the Red Raiders. FROM THE SOUTH PLAINS TO SOUTH BEACH One of Lubbock and Texas Tech’s very own now makes Miami, Fla. his home for most of the year as former Red Raider and also Lubbock Estacado graduate A.J. Ramos is in his second season as a member of the Miami Marlins as one of its top right-handed relief pitchers. Ramos, who graduated high school from Estacado HS in 2005, played four years at Tech (200609) before being selected by the Marlins in the MLB Draft in the 21st round in 2009. Ramos enters the weekend with 103 career appearances with the Marlins with a 6-4 record, 2.99 ERA and 125 strikeouts in 111.1 innings pitched. Ramos became the 23rd player in Tech history to reach the big leagues as he was a late-season call-up during the 2012 season making his big-league debut against the Milwaukee Brewers on Sept. 4, 2012. FROM SOUTH BEACH TO THE SOUTH PLAINS Texas Tech University’s current director of athletics, Kirby Hocutt, came to the South Plains after serving in the same position at Miami (Fla.) from 2008-2011. Hocutt was hired at Tech in March of 2011. During his time at Miami, the Hurricanes renovated its current ballpark - Alex Rodriguez Park - Mark Light Field - while improving numerous other athletics facilities. In addition, Miami (Fla.) recorded an all-time best 86 percent graduation rate among its student-athletes during Hocutt’s tenure. DUSEK BECOMES FIRST RED RAIDER TO MAKE 10 HOME STARTS IN A SEASON SINCE 2003 Texas Tech freshman LHP Dylan Dusek made his 10th home start in the final game of the regular season against West Virginia during Tech’s 4-0 shutout to secure its sixth series sweep (3rd Big 12). Dusek became the first Red Raider to make 10 home starts in a season since 2003 (Steve Gooch). Since 2001, only two Red Raider prior to Dusek have made 10 home starts in a season. 2014 - LHP Dylan Dusek (10 Home Starts): 5-0, 2.57 ERA, 10 APP, 10 GS, 51.0 IP, 47 H, 14 ER, 9 BB, 27 SO, .257 OPP BA 2003 - RHP Steve Gooch (10 Home Starts): 4-2, 3.97 ERA, 10 APP, 10 GS, 68.0 IP, 81 H, 30 ER, 18 BB, 37 SO, .293 OPP BA 2002 - RHP Nathan Fouts (10 Home Starts): 7-2, 3.16 ERA, 10 APP, 10 GS, 62.2 IP, 53 H, 22 ER, 24 BB, 53 SO, .228 OPP BA TADLOCK AT FRONT OF THE PACK FOR BEST TURNAROUNDS IN BIG 12 AMONG ACTIVE COACHES Texas Tech head coach Tim Tadlock has made a drastic turnaround for the Red Raiders from his first season to his second as head coach of the Tech program. During his first season the Red Raiders went 26-30 in 2013 and this season Tech is 43-19 which gives the Red Raiders a +17 turnaround from season one to year two. Among active Big 12 head coaches and during the Big 12 era (since 1997) Tadlock’s +17 margin is the best in the league - and it’s not even close. Below is a look at active head coaches in the Big 12 era and their margin of wins from year one to year two. Coach (Team)_______________________ Turnaround_____ 1st Season ... 2nd Season Records Tim Tadlock (Texas Tech)_____________ +17_____________ 2013 (26-30) ... 2014 (43-19) Josh Holliday (Oklahoma State)_________ +7______________ 2013 (41-19) ... 2014 (48-16) Brad Hill (Kansas State)________________ +4______________ 2004 (26-30) ... 2005 (30-25) Ritch Price (Kansas)___________________ -4______________ 2003 (35-28) ... 2004 (31-31) Randy Mazey (West Virginia)____________ -5______________ 2013 (33-26) ... 2014 (28-26) Augie Garrido (Texas)_________________ -6______________ 1997 (29-22) ... 1998 (23-32) Pete Hughes (Oklahoma)______________ N/A_____________ 2014 is 1st season at Oklahoma Steve Smith (Baylor)__________________ N/A_____________ 1995-96 first two seasons in Southwest Conference Jim Schlossnagle (TCU)________________ N/A_____________ 2004-05 first two seasons in C-USA

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MOST RECENT RANKING IN EACH POLL Poll__________________Date_______________Ranking Baseball America_______5/19/14________________ 23rd Collegiate Baseball______6/2/14_________________ 10th NCBWA_______________6/2/14_________________ 10th Perfect Game__________5/19/14________________ 24th USA Today Coaches_____5/26/14________________ 23rd

TADLOCK WINS 500TH CAREER GAME Texas Tech head coach Tim Tadlock - in his second season at Tech and in his 11th year as a collegiate head coach, won his 500th career game during Tech’s 3-2 walk-off win over West Virginia in game two of the series on Friday, May 16 at Rip Griffin Park in Lubbock. In 11 seasons, Tadlock is 501-175 overall, which is an average of 45.5 wins per season. GUTIERREZ BECOMES FIRST RED RAIDER TO HIT ROAD MIDWEEK GRAND SLAM SINCE 2000 (CHAZ EIGUREN) Red Raider sophomore Eric Gutierrez hit his 11th and 12th home runs of the season in Tech’s 18-3 victory over Dallas Baptist on the road on May 6. Gutierrez blasted his first career grand slam while becoming the first Red Raider to hit a grand slam on the road since 2009 (Garrett Totten - at Baylor) and the first Tech player to hit a grand slam during a midweek road game since 2000 (Chaz Eiguren - at New Mexico). Gutierrez finished the game at DBU going 2-for-4 with two homers and six RBI. PROUDFOOT/BURLESON JOIN EXCLUSIVE GROUP OF TECH DEFENDERS DURING LAST 13 YEARS Prior to this season, only three Red Raiders had recorded 400 career assists during the last 13 seasons (2001-2014). This season both of Tech’s junior middle infielders - shortstop Tim Proudfoot and second baseman Bryant Burleson - have joined this exclusive group. Below is a look at the Red Raider infielders who have posted 400 career assists during the last 13 seasons. Proudfoot and Burleson reached 400 career assists within a week of one another. Player_____________ Years_________ Games Played____ Career Assists Joey Kenworthy______ 2007-10_______ 194______________ 526 Tim Proudfoot______ 2012-14_______ 147______________ 503 Bryant Burleson_____ 2012-14_______ 163______________ 469 Gera Alvarez_________ 2001-02_______ 126______________ 442 Willie Rueda_________ 2006-09_______ 159______________ 404 BURLESON/PROUDFOOT REACH CAREER MILESTONE WITH 100 BASE HITS Tech has just three players on its roster that were in uniform in 2012 - senior catcher Mason Randolph and junior infielders Bryant Burleson and Tim Proudfoot. Burleson and Proudfoot have reached 100 career base hits this season. Below is a look at active leaders in base hits for the Red Raiders. Players (Career)_________________Hits________ Games Bryant Burleson (2012-14)__________ 159___________ 163 Tim Proudfoot (2012-14)___________ 134___________ 147 Eric Gutierrez (2013-14)____________ 120___________ 118 Jake Barrios (2013-14)_____________ 105___________ 106 Devon Conley (2013-14)____________ 88___________ 106

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball TEAM & INDIVIDIUAL AWARDS TEXAS TECH BASEBALL - Perfect Game National Team of the Day (2/15) - College Baseball Daily National Team of the Day (2/15) JAKE BARRIOS - Preseason All-Big 12 2nd Team (College Sports Madness) DALTON BROWN - Perfect Game No. 12 MLB Prospect (Big 12 - ‘15 Draft Class) BRYANT BURLESON - All-Big 12 Honorable Mention - Academic All-Big 12 1st Team - College Sports Madness Big 12 Player of the Week (3/27) - College Sports Madness Big 12 Player of the Week (4/15) ZACH DAVIS - Academic All-Big 12 2nd Team JONNY DROZD - All-Big 12 Honorable Mention DYLAN DUSEK - NCAA Coral Gables Regional Most Outstanding Player - NCAA Coral Gables Regional All-Tournament Team ERIC GUTIERREZ - NCAA Coral Gables Regional All-Tournament Team - Big 12 Player of the Year - Waco Tribune-Herald - All-BIg 12 1st Team - Waco Tribune-Herald - All-BIg 12 1st Team (INF) - Big 12 Player of the Week (4/28) - Big 12 Player of the Week (4/14) ADAM KIRSCH - Big 12 Newcomer of the Year - Waco Tribune-Herald - All-BIg 12 1st Team - Waco Tribune-Herald - Big 12 Newcomer of the Year - All-BIg 12 1st Team (DH) - Big 12 Player of the Week (5/19) - Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (3/10) RYAN LONG - NCAA Coral Gables Regional All-Tournament Team - Houston College Classic All-Tourament Team (SS) - Big 12 Conference Newcomer of the Week (2/24) RYAN MOSELEY - Baseball America No. 41 MLB Prospect (‘14 Freshman Class) TYLER NESLONY - All-BIg 12 1st Team - Waco Tribune-Herald - All-BIg 12 2nd Team (OF) - Gregg Olson Breakout Player of the Year Watch List TIM PROUDFOOT - NCAA Coral Gables Regional All-Tournament Team - All-BIg 12 1st Team - Waco Tribune-Herald - All-BIg 12 1st Team (INF) - Brooks Wallace Award Watch List (Nation’s Top SS) - College Baseball 360 - National All-Star Lineup (Week 1) HUNTER REDMAN - All-BIg 12 2nd Team (C) TODD RITCHIE - Preseason All-Big 12 2nd Team (College Sports Madness) CHRIS SADBERRY - All-BIg 12 2nd Team (P) - Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (3/3) - Houston College Classic All-Tourament Team (P) CAMERON SMITH - All-Big 12 Honorable Mention STEPHEN SMITH - Big 12 All-Freshman Team JOHNATHON TRIPP - Academic All-Big 12 2nd Team MATT WITHROW - Baseball America No. 6 MLB Prospect (Big 12 - ‘15 Draft Class) - Perfect Game No. 8 MLB Prospect (Big 12 - ‘15 Draft Class) - Perfect Game No. 100 Ranked College Sophomore

GAME NOTES TECH WINS SERIES OVER DEFENDING BIG 12 CHAMPION IN BACK-TO-BACK SEASONS For the second straight season, Tim Tadlock and the Red Raiders have won a conference series over the defending Big 12 Conference regular season champion. Last season, during Tadlock’s first year as head coach, the Red Raiders took 2-of-3 games from Baylor (2012 regular season champs) in Lubbock. This season, Tech swept a three-game series from Kansas State, who won the 2013 league title. Since 1997 - during the Big 12 era - Tech has defeated the defending Big 12 regular season champion six times, two have come the last two seasons. Year_____ Defending Champion_______ Location________ Series 2014_____ Kansas State_______________ Lubbock_________ 3-0____ 4-3, 7-4, 11-7 2013_____ Baylor____________________ Lubbock_________ 2-1____ 17-5, 7-1, 8-15 2009_____ #11 Texas A&M_____________ Lubbock_________ 2-1____ 4-3, 7-13, 10-6 2004_____ #12 Nebraska______________ Lincoln__________ 2-1____ 1-3, 10-7, 10-3 2001_____ #18 Baylor_________________ Waco___________ 2-1____ 11-8, 1-2, 6-5 (10) 1999_____ #3 Texas A&M______________ Lubbock_________ 2-0____ 5-4, 9-1 TADLOCK LOOKS TO CONTINUE SUCCESS AT HOME AGAINST NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENTS Head coach Tim Tadlock has led the Red Raiders to a 35-5 record against non-conference opponents at home during his two season at the helm. Tech has posted notable non-conference wins at home against No. 3 Indiana (3 wins), No. 20 Arizona State (3/19), New Mexico State, No. 17 New Mexico and Dallas Baptist (twice) to name a few. TADLOCK BECOMES FASTEST COACH IN SCHOOL HISTORY TO REACH 60 WINS Second-year head coach Tim Tadlock already has eight more wins this season than in his debut season as Tech head coach in 2013. Tadlock now owns the school record for fastest coach to win 60 career games while needing only 103 games while the previous record was 116 games by Gary Ashby (1984-86). Below is a look at the top-5 coaches in school history who needed the fewest number of games played to reach 60 career wins. Coach (Years)_______________ Games Needed Tim Tadlock (2013-14)__________________ 103 Gary Ashby (1984-86)___________________ 116 Larry Hays (1987-89)____________________ 117 Dan Spencer (2009-11)__________________ 122 Kal Segrist (1968-71)____________________ 124 GUTIERREZ HITS HOME RUN ON A RARE 3-0 PITCH Texas Tech sophomore Eric Gutierrez hit a 3-0 pitch for a three-run homer against New Mexico on Apr. 1 at Security Bank Ballpark in Midland against New Mexico. The home run was rare for a couple reasons. The first being it was a three-run homer, the first for the Red Raiders in 2014 and just the second of Gutierrez’ career (HR was his 11th career). The only previous three-run homer of Gutierrez’ career was his first career home run at UFC (2/23/13). More rare was the fact Gutierrez hit a 3-0 pitch for a home run as he became the first Red Raider to accomplish the feat since 2009 (Garrett Totten - grand slam - at Baylor). In fact, since 2005, Gutierrez is just the third Red Raider to go deep on a 3-0 pitch, joining Totten and Cameron Blair (2005 - UTSA). Below is a look at the three Texas Tech home runs coming on a 3-0 pitch during the past decade. Ironically, Gutierrez and Blair both hit 3-0 home runs in Midland at the home of the Midland Rockhounds. The ballpark is currently named Security Bank Ballpark, but was 1st American Park in 2005 when Blair and the Red Raiders defeated UTSA, 22-7. Player (Career HR)________ Runs_______ Opponent_________ Date___________Location__________ Game Result Eric Gutierrez (11)_________ 3__________ New Mexico________ 4/1/14__________Midland, Texas___________ W, 6-3 Garrett Totten (1)__________ 4__________ Baylor_____________ 3/22/09_________Waco, Texas_____________ W, 13-8 Cameron Blair (17)_________ 3__________ UTSA_____________ 2/27/05_________Midland, Texas__________ W, 22-7 TECH BREAKS PAIR OF ATTENDANCE RECORDS AT RIP GRIFFIN PARK (since 2012) Two home record attendance marks at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park (since 2012 renovation) fell during the Red Raiders series with Texas (Mar. 28-30). Game two’s single-game attendance mark of 4,353 (175 shy of a sellout) on Saturday, Mar. 29, broke the previous record (4,281 - vs. Texas - Apr. 6, 2012) and with a three-game series attendance of 12,551 - which broke the previous record of 11,709, also set against Texas in 2012 (Apr. 5-7). TEXAS TECH IN BIG 12 HOME OPENING SERIES Tech has won nine of its 18 all-time Big 12 home opening series dating back to the start of Big 12 play in 1997. Tech has won 10-of-18 Big 12 home-opening games, including three of its last six and four of its last eight dating back to 2007. Eleven times Tech’s opponent during its Big 12 home opening series has been nationally ranked. Year Opponent Home Opener Score Series Record 2014 No. 12 Texas L 1-11 1-2 2013 TCU L 1-4 1-2 2012 No. 27 Oklahoma W 6-1 1-2 2011 Nebraska L 5-15 2-1 2010 No. 8 Texas W 12-5 1-2 2009 Nebraska W 16-8 2-1 2008 No. 13 Texas L 6-22 1-2 2007 Nebraska W 7-6 (11 inn.) 2-1 2006 No. 16 Texas L 3-4 1-1 2005 No. 8 Texas A&M W 13-1 2-1 2004 No. 2 Texas L 0-4 0-2 2003 No. 19 Texas A&M W 5-4 2-1 2002 No. 14 Texas W 10-5 2-1 2001 No. 12 Nebraska L 2-3 0-3 2000 Missouri L 14-16 1-2 1999 Kansas W 8-1 3-0 1998 Texas W 6-3 2-0 1997 Iowa State W 14-0 3-0 BOLD - Indicates Home Opening Series Wins TECH SWEEPS PAIR OF DOUBLEHEADERS THIS SEASON - FIRST TIME SINCE 2004 Texas Tech has swept a pair of doubleheaders this season - first taking both games from No. 3 Indiana (10-5, 6-2) on Feb. 15 and then sweeping Arkansas-Pine Bluff (2-0, 5-1) on Mar. 25. It marks the first time Tech has swept two doubleheaders in the same season since 2004 when Tech accomplished the feat at home against Harvard (18-6, 30-8) and on the road completing the Big 12 series sweep over Kansas (11-4, 18-7).

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball GAME NOTES

BRYANT TOP PERFORMERS BURLESON

RED RAIDERS WIN ROAD SERIES AT NO. 24 TCU Texas Tech dropped the series opener (0-9) but answered immediately with a 10-2 win in game two and a dominating 12-2 victory in the series finale while taking the series over the Horned Frogs. It marked Tech’s first time defeating TCU in backto-back road games since 2002. The Red Raiders’ first win of the series in game two snapped a nine-game losing streak to the Frogs in Fort Worth that dated back to 2005. Tech finished the weekend with a 10-run victory over TCU (12-2), marking Tech’s first win by 10 or more runs over a ranked opponent since 2006 (vs. #24 Baylor - 14-1) and its first on the road over a ranked foe since 1997 (at #14 Oklahoma - 18-6). HERE WE GO AGAIN - TECH TAKES TO THE ROAD EARLY IN BIG 12 PLAY FOR SECOND STRAIGHT SEASON Last year marked the first time in Big 12 Conference history that the Red Raiders would start league play with back-to-back road series - well, here we go again. Tech not only opened league play with back-to-back road series at Baylor/at TCU, but will then play at Oklahoma State (Apr. 4-6) after its Big 12 home opening series against Texas (Mar. 28-30) giving the Red Raiders three of their first four series on the road. Prior to last season, the last time Tech opened the season with back-toback road series was in 1995 - Tech’s Southwest Conference championship season (16-8 league record) - its first-ever league championship in school history. That season also marked Tech’s first NCAA Tournament appearance while finishing the season with a 51-14 overall record. TEXAS TECH WINS 14 STRAIGHT HOME GAMES - FIRST SINCE 1999 Following an Opening Day loss to third-ranked Indiana (0-1), Texas Tech won 14 consecutive home games, which marked the longest winning streak by the Red Raiders on their home field since 1999. The 1999 Red Raiders captured 21 consecutive wins from Feb. 5-Apr. 4, 1999. This season’s win streak was snapped on Mar. 19 against Stephen F. Austin (L, 3-6). RED RAIDERS HOME MIDWEEK WIN STREAK RUNS TO 10 STRAIGHT Dating back to last season the Red Raiders won 10 consecutive midweek home games, marking Tech’s longest home win streak during the midweek since 2004-06 when Tech won 14 in a row. Tech’s home midweek streak spanned Tim Tadlock’s entire head coaching career - the past two seasons - as the streak began on Mar. 12, 2013 with a 9-2 win over Utah Valley - Tadlock’s first home midweek game as Tech’s head coach. The Red Raiders finished the 2013 season with six consecutive wins at home in the midweek over Utah Valley (2), No. 20 Arizona State, New Mexico State, No. 17 New Mexico and Dallas Baptist. This season Tech won midweek home games against BYU, New Mexico, Abilene Christian and Stephen F. Austin. The last time Tech won 10 straight home midweek games was during a three-year span from 2004-06. The home win streak in midweek play came to an end following a 6-3 loss against Stephen F. Austin at Rip Griffin Park on Mar. 19. TEXAS TECH IN BIG 12 OPENERS Texas Tech began its 18th season in the Big 12 Conference dropping 2-of-3 games at Baylor (Mar. 14-16). The Red Raiders are now 7-10-1 in Big 12 opening series while having won three of their last six. Tech is just 3-9 in opening conference series on the road, with its series win at Texas in 2013 marking the program’s second in the last two tries but only the third since 1997, the first year of the Big 12 Conference. The Red Raiders are 7-11 all-time in Big 12 openers while having won three of their last six and four of their past eight. Here is a look back at the Red Raiders in Big 12 opening series weekends. Year Opponent Big 12 Opener Score Series Record 2014 at Baylor L 0-1 1-2 2013 at Texas W 1-0 2-1 2012 at Baylor L 4-9 0-3 2011 at #14 Baylor W 6-5 2-1 2010 at #23 Texas A&M L 3-6 1-2 2009 vs. Nebraska W 16-8 2-1 2008 at #22 Texas A&M L 5-6 (12) 1-2 2007 vs. Nebraska W 7-6 (11) 2-1 2006 vs. #16 Texas L 3-4 1-1 2005 vs. #8 Texas A&M W 13-1 2-1 2004 at #10 Texas A&M L 2-5 1-2 2003 at #8 Baylor L 1-3 1-2 2002 at #17 Texas A&M L 6-7 (10) 0-3 2001 vs. #12 Nebraska L 2-3 0-3 2000 at Texas A&M W 8-5 1-2 1999 vs. Kansas W 8-1 3-0 1998 at Texas A&M L 4-5 1-2 1997 at Texas L 6-7 2-1

1B ERIC GUTIERREZ .312 AVG, 72 H, 16 2B, 12 HR, 58 RBI

SADBERRY GOES 26.1 INNINGS WITHOUT ALLOWING FIRST WALK OF THE SEASON Junior left-handed pitcher Chris Sadberry was nearly flawless controlling his pitches through his opening five starts of the season while going 26.1 consecutive innings pitched without allowing a walk. The first walk he allowed was in the bottom of the sixth inning in game two of the Big 12 opening series at Baylor when he missed on a full-count pitch to Bears first baseman Mitch Price. The last time a Red Raider had gone 26.1 consecutive innings pitched without allowing a walk was in 2012 when redshirt sophomore right-handed pitcher Duke von Schamann pitched exactly 26.1 innings without allowing a walk from March 30-April 28, a span that covered five starts, including four in Big 12 play. TECH PLAYS 1 HOUR, 47 MINUTE GAME - FASTEST PLAYED GAME SINCE 2003 Texas Tech defeated Abilene Christian 6-2 in midweek action (Mar. 11) in Lubbock while the game lasted just one hour and 47 minutes (7-minute weather delay) due to weather conditions which forced the Red Raiders and Wildcats to call it a final after ACU batted in the top of the seventh inning. It marked the fastest played game (minutes) for the Red Raiders in over 11 years dating back to Feb. 22, 2003 when No. 22 Texas Tech lost at TCU, 2-1, in a seven-inning contest at Lupton Stadium. THIRD STRAIGHT WEEK A RED RAIDER NAMED BIG 12 NEWCOMER OF THE WEEK - FIRS TIME IN BIG 12 HISTORY For the first time in Big 12 history one program has had the league’s Newcomer of the Week for three straight weeks as senior OF Adam Kirsch was named the league’s top newcomer after LHP Chris Sadberry (Mar. 3) and SS Ryan Long (Feb. 24) earned the honor the previous two weeks. Kirsch was among the top Red Raiders during their four-game series sweep over New Mexico State and midweek win over New Mexico while batting .412 (7-for-17) on the week with 3 doubles, a home run and seven RBI while having his 14-game hit streak come to a close.

LHP CHRIS SADBERRY 4-3, 3.49 ERA, 80.0 IP, 52 SO, 23 BB

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball GAME NOTES TEXAS TECH SWEEPS FOUR-GAME SERIES OVER NMSU - FIRST SINCE 1999 Texas Tech swept New Mexico State in a four-game series in Lubbock (Mar. 6-9) giving the Red Raiders their first four-game series sweep since 1999 (vs. Howard). In fact, Tech has only played in four four-game series since 1997 with a series against No. 3 Indiana this season (Tech won 3-of-4), vs. Northern Iowa in 2003 (Tech won 3-of-4) and the Howard series to open the 1999 season, which Tech won 19-1, 16-5, 19-3 and 27-2. TEXAS TECH AT THE HOUSTON COLLEGE CLASSIC - MINUTE MAID PARK Tech returned to the Houston College Classic for the eighth time this season. The Red Raiders have played in the event (now in its 14th year) in 2001, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014. Tech is now 7-17 overall at the Houston College Classic with wins in 2001 (TCU), 2002 (TCU), a pair of wins in 2004 (Houston, Ohio State), 2008 (Tennessee), 2012 (Houston) and 2014 (Rice). The last time Tech advanced to the NCAA Tournament - 2004 - also marks the only year Tech has won two games at the event. This year marked the sixth consecutive trip to the Houston College Classic that Tech played at least one top-10 nationally-ranked opponent (No. 10 Rice). In 2012, Tech faced No. 4 Arkansas (L, 1-3) and No. 4 Rice (L, 2-6). Texas Tech at the Houston College Classic (2001-2014) 2014_________________________________________ Houston (L, 0-9), Sam Houston State (L, 6-10), #10 Rice (W, 2-1) 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) TEXAS TECH KNOCKS OFF 10TH-RANKED RICE FOR FOURTH TOP-10 WIN OF THE SEASON In 12 games the Red Raiders picked up four wins against top-10 ranked opponents with three wins over third-ranked Indiana to open the season and defeating No. 10 Rice, 2-1, at Minute Maid. The victory marked Tech’s first over a top-10 ranked team on a neutral field since defeating No. 1 Texas, 4-2, in the Big 12 Championship in Oklahoma City in 2010. In addition, Texas Tech needed only 12 games this season to claim four wins over top-10 opponents. Tech’s previous four wins over top-10 teams came from 2010-12 during a span of 143 games. SADBERRY GUIDES TECH TO RARE VICTORY - IN MANY WAYS Tech had to look back to 1996 for its last win over the Rice Owls until Sunday, Mar. 2, when redshirt junior Chris Sadberry guided Tech to a 2-1 victory on the final day of the Houston College Classic at Minute Maid Park to snap the Red Raiders 15-game losing streak against Rice. Sadberry pitched seven innings not allowing an earned run with two strikeouts, five hits allowed and didn’t issue a walk. Perhaps the most amazing part of the win was the fact Tech had just two base hits - marking the fewest hits in a game that Tech won in over 14 years. SADBERRY/LONG NAMED TO HOUSTON COLLEGE CLASSIC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM The Houston College Classic, now in its 14th year, selected a pair of Red Raiders to its All-Tournament Team, a first for Tech since 2008. Junior LHP Chris Sadberry (W, 7 IP, 5 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 2 SO) and freshman SS Ryan Long (.400, R, 2B, RBI) were named to the 13-player all-tourney list. Sadberry became Tech’s first pitcher on the all-tourney team since 2004 (Adam Fry) and became Tech’s first left-handed pitcher to be selected. Long became the first Tech freshman and shortstop to make the all-tourney list. In addition, Sadberry, who transferred to Tech this year from Grayson County, became Tech’s first newcomer to win a game at the tournament since 2008 when now Tampa Bay Rays right-handed pitcher Nathan Karns led Tech to a 7-3 victory over Tennessee. Karns transferred to Tech after spending his freshman season (2007) at NC State. SADBERRY NAMED BIG 12 NEWCOMER OF THE WEEK - BACK-TO-BACK WEEKS FOR RED RAIDERS For the second straight week a Red Raider was named the Big 12’s Newcomer of the Week as redshirt junior left-handed pitcher Chris Sadberry was honored on Monday, Mar. 3, after his dominating performance in Tech’s 2-1 win over No. 10 Rice. TEXAS TECH HAS LONGEST WIN STREAK SINCE 2002 The Texas Tech baseball program has its longest winning streak since capturing 14 straight wins in 2002. The last time Texas Tech won eight straight games was 2007 (Feb. 10-23). With a win on Thursday, Tech would capture its eighth straight win, that hasn’t happened at Tech since 2002 when the Red Raiders won 16 consecutive games (April 13-May 22). RYAN LONG BECOMES SEVENTH RED RAIDER TO BE NAMED BIG 12 NEWCOMER OF THE WEEK Texas Tech freshman infielder Ryan Long was named the Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (2/24) after batting .500 (6-for-12) with three RBI and three consecutive games with multiple hits during the Red Raiders three-game series sweep over Oral Roberts. Long becomes the seventh Red Raider to receive the honor and is just the second Tech freshman position player (2011 - OF Andre Wheeler). Texas Tech had the very first Big 12 Newcomer of the Week during the award’s first season in 2011 when Tech shortstop Kelby Tomlinson won the award after the first week of the season. RED RAIDERS START SEASON 7-1 WITH IMPRESSIVE NON-CONFERENCE WINS Playing arguably its most difficult schedule for the opening eight games of the season since 2008, the Red Raiders have started the season 7-1 with three wins over No. 3 Indiana, a three-game series sweep over Oral Roberts and knocking off BYU. It marks the seventh time during the Big 12 era (since 1997) that Tech has started the year 7-1 and the fourth time over the last five years. Tech also started the season 7-1 in 2012, 2011, 2010, 2005, 2003 and 1997. NESLONY BECOMES FIRST RED RAIDER WITH PAIR OF GRAND SLAMS IN A SEASON SINCE 2008 Outfielder Tyler Neslony hit his first career home run - grand slam - and triple on opening weekend against No. 3 Indiana. The next weekend, Neslony hit his second career grand slam against Oral Roberts with a shot over the right-field wall. Neslony is the first Red Raider since Roger Kieschnick (2008) with a pair of grand slams in a season. Kieschnick ended his Tech career with three. Neslony turned a lot of heads during the first two weekends of the season. Through six games, Neslony is batting .533 (8-for-15), five runs, a double, triple, two grand slams, 10 RBI, 17 total bases, 1.133 slugging percentage and .611 on-base percentage. Neslony will now miss time after suffering a right-hand injury during Tech’s game two contest against Oral Roberts. *** Neslony is the first Red Raider with 10 RBI through six games since 2009 (Chris Richburg - 10). *** Neslony has the highest slugging percentage (1.133) by a Red Raider through 6 games since 2003 (Evan Shahak - 1.263).

Here is a look at Texas Tech’s grand slams since 2006 Tyler Neslony - vs. Oral Roberts (Feb. 22, 2014) Tyler Neslony - vs. No. 3 Indiana (Feb. 15, 2014) Tim Proudfoot - vs. Kansas (Apr. 21, 2013) Bo Altobelli - vs. Houston (Apr. 13, 2012) Tim Proudfoot - vs. Alabama A&M (Mar. 14, 2012) Bo Altobelli - vs. No. 22 Oklahoma State (May 22, 2011) Jamodrick McGruder - vs. Kansas (Apr. 30, 2011) Stephen Hagen - vs. New Mexico (Apr. 26, 2011) Garrett Totten - at Baylor (Mar. 22, 2009) Roger Kieschnick - vs. Baylor (May 18, 2008) Doug Thennis - vs. Missouri (Mar. 30, 2008) Roger Kieschnick - vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (Mar. 18, 2008) Chris Richburg - vs. Dallas Baptist (May 1, 2007) Kyle Martin - vs. Dallas Baptist (Feb. 16, 2007) Roger Kieschnick - vs. Western Illinois (Feb. 11, 2007) Roger Kieschnick - vs. Louisiana-Monroe (Feb. 3, 2006) Matt Smith - vs. Oral Roberts (Feb. 25, 2006) Tyler Reves - vs. UNC Asheville (Mar. 11, 2006)

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball GAME NOTES TEXAS TECH SWEEPS ORAL ROBERTS IN FIFTH-ANNUAL BROOKS WALLACE MEMORIAL SERIES For the fifth consecutive year, the Texas Tech baseball program recognized one of its own with the Brooks Wallace Memorial Series – this season a three-game series against Oral Roberts. The Red Raiders swept the three-game series – its first three-game sweep since 2012 (vs. Houston) – with 3-2, 7-2 and 4-1 victories over the Golden Eagles. Wallace, who is one of four Red Raiders to have their jersey number (#22) retired, died at the age of 27 on March 24, 1985 after an on-going bout with leukemia. Wallace played at Tech from 1977-80 while earning All-SWC honors and All-District VI recognition. He was twice selected in the MLB Draft by the Texas Rangers (21st Round) in 1980 and also by the New York Mets following his junior season at Tech in 1979. Wallace served as a graduate assistant coach under Kal Segrist in 1983 and as an assistant coach under Gary Ashby in 1984-85. In addition, the former Red Raider’s name is also attached to the College Baseball Foundation’s Brooks Wallace Award, an honor given annually to the nation’s top collegiate shortstop. TEXAS TECH IS BACK IN THE NATIONAL RANKINGS - FIRST TIME SINCE 2012 The Texas Tech baseball program received a pair of national rankings following its 3-1 record over third-ranked Indiana on opening weekend. Tech received a No. 28 ranking from NCBWA - its first ranking in that poll since 2005 - and was also tabbed No. 30 by Collegiate Baseball. The last time Tech was in the national rankings was in 2012 with three straight rankings in Collegiate Baseball’s top-30 poll. OPENING WEEKEND SERVED AS THE FIRST OF MANY FOR RED RAIDERS Texas Tech came away with a series win claiming 3-of-4 victories from No. 3 Indiana on opening weekend in Lubbock (2/14-16). The Red Raiders picked up their first series win over a topfive opponent since 2008 (No. 2 Missouri) and the series finale, 7-0 shutout over the Hoosiers, was Tech’s first shutout over a top-10 opponent since 2009 (6-0 at No. 10 Kansas State). With wins over Indiana during the final three games it also marked the first time Tech had won three straight games over a top-five opponent in over 13 years. DOUBLEHEADER SWEEP - FIRST OVER RANKED OPPONENT SINCE 1999 Texas Tech swept a doubleheader over No. 3 Indiana on the first Saturday of the season with a 10-5 win and 6-2 victory in the second game. It marked Tech’s first doubleheader sweep over a ranked opponent since taking a pair of games against No. 3 Texas A&M (5-4 and 9-1) on March 14, 1999. 2014 OPENING DAY CROWD - BEST SINCE 2003 FOR TEXAS TECH HOME OPENER Texas Tech saw 2,751 fans attend Opening Day against No. 3 Indiana with 62 degrees at first pitch (2:01 p.m.), which marked the largest home opener crowd for the Red Raiders since 2003 (3,018 vs. New Mexico). FASTEST PLAYED TEXAS TECH OPENING DAY SINCE 1993 Texas Tech lost on Opening Day 1-0 against No. 3 Indiana in a contest that lasted just one hour and 58 minutes. The last time Tech played in an opener that took less time was in 1993 when Tech defeated Howard Payne 6-0 in Lubbock during a one hour and 50 minute contest. TEXAS TECH OPENS SEASON AGAINST TOP-10 OPPONENT FOR FIRST TIME SINCE 1989 Texas Tech opened the season hosting No. 3 Indiana for a four-game series, which marked the first time the Red Raiders had opened the season against a preseason top-10 opponent since 1989 (at No. 10 Arizona State). The Red Raiders lost to the Hoosiers (0-1) - but took 3-of-4 in the series. The Red Raiders lost 3-5 against the Sun Devils on Opening Day in 1989. OPENING DAY NOTES - VS. NO. 3 INDIANA - Texas Tech played 18 players - its most on Opening Day since 2006 (19 - vs. Louisiana-Monroe, W, 21-5). - Marked Tech’s first top-10 ranked opponent on Opening Day since 1989 (No. 10 Arizona State in Tempe). - Marked Tech’s first Opening Day opponent coming off a trip to Omaha since 1995 (No. 22 Arizona State in Tempe). - Tech had its 14-game win streak snapped on Opening Day at home (dated back to 1999). - Marked Tech’s first shutout on Opening Day at home since 1959 (0-4, vs. Colorado). - Red Raiders didn’t commit an error on Opening Day for the first time since 2010 (vs. Jacksonville State). - Marked 13th time since 1987 that Tech’s starting pitcher allowed one or fewer runs on Opening Day (fifth year in a row). - Tech had six players make career debuts, including three freshmen (Kirsch, Broadbent, Herrington, Lyons, Long, Redman). - Red Raiders had three players make first career starts - DH Adam Kirsch, 1B Matt Broadbent, LF Heath Herrington. - Tech played its Opening Day on Valentine’s Day for just second time in school history (1977 - vs. UT Arlington - W, 8-3). PROUDFOOT STARTS OPENING DAY AT SHORTSTOP FOR 3RD STRAIGHT SEASON - FIRST IN OVER 27 YEARS Tim Proudfoot made his third straight start at shortstop for Tech on Opening Day (2011-13) becoming the first Tech player to start 3 consecutive Opening Days at shortstop in over 27 years. BIG LEAGUE TALENT ON OPENING DAY Texas Tech had a four-year stretch where it started a current big leaguer on the mound for Opening Day. In 2006 current Cleveland Indians RHP Josh Tomlin earned the win guiding Tech to a 21-5 victory over Louisiana-Monroe. The following season current San Diego Padres LHP Colt Hynes was the starting pitcher during a six-inning no decision during Tech’s 4-3 win over Stephen F. Austin. Current Miami Marlins RHP A.J. Ramos got the start for the Red Raiders during his junior season in 2008 while taking the loss against Louisiana-Lafayette going six innings with 10 strikeouts. In 2009 current Colorado Rockies RHP Chad Bettis earned the win pitching 6.2 innings in the Opening Day start against Southern Utah. BURLESON HAS HIT STREAK SNAPPED AT 16 GAMES - LONGEST BY A RED RAIDER SINCE 2010 Bryant Burleson extended his career-best hit streak to 16 games before having it snapped in the third game of the season. Burleson’s streak - which dated back to 2013 - marked the longest by a Red Raider since 2010 (Scott LeJeune - 17 games). The junior from Midland batted .375 (24-for-64) with seven runs, four doubles, 10 RBI and five walks. Burleson ended the 2013 season with a 14-game streak, which was the longest to end a season by a Red Raider since 2001 (Anthony Arnerich - 17 games). RANDOLPH GIVES TEXAS TECH IS LONE FOURTH-YEAR SENIOR Texas Tech catcher Mason Randolph has been around for a while now - not just because the senior catcher is from Lubbock - graduating in 2010 from Coronado High School - but because he is the only fourth-year senior on the Red Raiders roster. Randolph entered the season having played in 86 career games (66 starts) with a .237 (55-for-232) career average with 38 runs, 11 doubles, three home runs and 28 RBI while starting in 42 games in 2013 as a junior behind the plate. DAMRON & MOSELEY CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER MLB OPPORTUNITIES Tech had two student-athletes decide to start a collegiate career and bypass the opportunity to sign with an MLB organization as both RHP Ryan Moseley (Lubbock, Texas/Cooper HS) and LHP Ty Damron (Krum, Texas/Krum HS) passed on MLB offers after being selected in the 2013 MLB Draft. Moseley, who went 10-2 with a 1.78 ERA with 111 strikeouts in 78.2 innings as a senior, was taken in the 36th round by Tampa Bay. Damron, who was the only draft pick the Dodgers didn’t sign that was taken in the top 15 rounds, was the 13th round pick by the Dodgers. Damron went 8-2 as a senior with a 1.00 ERA with 138 strikeouts allowing just 40 walks. Damron became the highest drafted incoming Red Raider to make it to campus since 2007 when Chad Bettis was taken in the eighth round by the Astros. Bettis was a second round pick out of Tech following his junior season in 2010 and made his MLB debut in 2013 with the Rockies. EIGHT OPPONENTS IN THE POLLS Tech opponents have received preseason national rankings, appearing in at least one of the following polls: Collegiate Baseball (CB), NCBWA, Baseball America (BA) and USA Today (USA). Team________________________________CB________ NCBWA___ BA_______ USA Indiana______________________________7th________ 7th_______ 3rd_______ 11th Rice_________________________________17th_______ 15th______ 15th______ 15th Oklahoma State_______________________18th_______ 19th______ NR________ 18th TCU_________________________________19th_______ 22nd______ 19th______ 23rd Texas________________________________20th_______ 25th______ 18th______ 22nd Kansas State__________________________28th_______ 18th______ 22nd______ 21st Oklahoma____________________________32nd______ 28th______ NR________ NR New Mexico__________________________37th_______ NR________ NR________ NR

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

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball 2014 SEASON RESULTS Record: 43-19

Home: 31-4

Away: 9-10

Date Opponent W Score L R-H-E R-H-E Inn 2/14/14 #3 INDIANA 0-1 L 0-4-0 1-5-0 9 2/15/14 #3 INDIANA W 10-5 10-13-3 5-6-0 9 2/15/14 #3 INDIANA W 6-2 6-9-0 2-9-1 9 2/16/14 #3 INDIANA W 7-0 7-11-1 0-7-0 9 # 2/21/14 ORAL ROBERTS W 3-2 3-11-1 2-11-0 9 # 2/22/14 ORAL ROBERTS W 7-2 7-12-3 2-6-2 9 # 2/23/14 ORAL ROBERTS W 4-1 4-7-0 1-8-1 9 2/24/14 BYU W 4-2 4-8-1 2-8-1 9 2/27/14 at Stephen F. Austin W 5-4 5-9-1 4-11-0 9 + 2/28/14 vs. Houston 0-9 L 0-6-0 9-10-0 9 + 3/01/14 vs. Sam Houston State 6-10 L 6-8-0 10-15-2 9 + 3/02/14 vs. #10 Rice W 2-1 2-2-3 1-7-0 9 3/04/14 NEW MEXICO W 9-3 9-17-0 3-11-0 9 3/06/14 NEW MEXICO STATE W 5-3 5-4-0 3-7-0 9 3/07/14 NEW MEXICO STATE W 15-2 15-18-0 2-7-0 9 3/08/14 NEW MEXICO STATE W 8-7 8-13-1 7-15-1 (12) 3/09/14 NEW MEXICO STATE W 14-4 14-14-0 4-9-0 9 3/11/14 ABILENE CHRISTIAN W 6-2 6-9-0 2-7-0 (7) * 3/14/14 at Baylor 0-1 L 0-6-3 1-7-1 9 * 3/15/14 at Baylor 1-2 L 1-5-0 2-8-2 9 * 3/16/14 at Baylor W 7-1 7-7-0 1-3-2 9 3/18/14 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN W 20-4 20-17-0 4-8-3 9 3/19/14 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 3-6 L 3-6-1 6-12-2 9 * 3/21/14 at #24 TCU 0-9 L 0-4-1 9-12-0 9 * 3/22/14 at #24 TCU W 10-2 10-15-1 2-6-1 9 * 3/23/14 at #24 TCU W 12-2 12-12-1 2-8-2 9 3/25/14 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF W 2-0 2-7-0 0-1-1 9 3/25/14 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF W 5-1 5-10-1 1-3-1 9 * 3/28/14 #12 TEXAS 1-11 L 11-16-0 1-7-1 9 * 3/29/14 #12 TEXAS W 8-4 8-11-0 4-15-2 9 * 3/30/14 #12 TEXAS 2-5 L 2-8-1 5-13-1 (12) & 4/01/14 vs. New Mexico W 6-3 6-7-0 3-10-2 9 * 4/04/14 at #20 Oklahoma State 1-3 L 1-5-0 3-8-1 9 * 4/05/14 at #20 Oklahoma State W 16-6 6-12-0 6-11-2 9 * 4/06/14 at #20 Oklahoma State 3-8 L 3-11-1 8-7-0 9 4/08/14 ABILENE CHRISTIAN W 19-2 19-21-0 2-6-3 9 * 4/11/14 KANSAS STATE W 4-3 4-8-1 3-9-4 9 * 4/12/14 KANSAS STATE W 7-4 7-9-1 4-6-1 9 * 4/13/14 KANSAS STATE W 11-7 11-14-4 7-8-1 9 4/15/14 DALLAS BAPTIST W 5-4 5-4-1 4-10-2 9 4/17/14 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M W 4-3 4-6-0 3-9-1 9 4/18/14 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M W 8-0 8-12-0 0-4-1 9 4/19/14 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M W 13-0 13-11-0 0-2-3 (7) 4/21/14 at #24 New Mexico 3-4 L 3-8-2 4-8-0 9 ^ 4/22/14 vs. #15 TCU 0-4 L 0-6-0 4-3-0 9 * 4/25/14 OKLAHOMA W 9-5 9-13-0 5-12-3 9 * 4/26/14 OKLAHOMA W 14-4 14-19-0 4-10-1 9 * 4/27/14 OKLAHOMA W 14-4 14-14-0 4-10-1 (7) 4/29/14 at Oral Roberts W 4-1 4-6-1 1-10-0 (12) * 5/02/14 at Kansas 3-11 L 3-7-1 11-6-1 9 * 5/03/14 at Kansas 4-6 L 4-13-1 6-9-2 9 * 5/04/14 at Kansas 1-4 L 1-5-1 4-9-0 9 5/06/14 at Dallas Baptist W 18-3 18-16-2 3-6-0 9 * 5/15/14 WEST VIRGINIA W 4-3 4-13-0 3-9-2 (11) * 5/16/14 WEST VIRGINIA W 3-2 3-9-0 2-5-0 9 * 5/17/14 WEST VIRGINIA W 4-0 4-12-1 0-7-1 9 $ 5/21/14 vs. #19 Texas 3-8 L 3-8-2 8-13-1 9 $ 5/22/14 vs. Oklahoma 8-9 L 8-15-1 9-15-2 9 & 5/30/14 vs. Columbia W 3-2 3-7-0 2-7-1 9 & 5/31/14 at #3 Miami (Fla.) W 3-0 3-6-1 3-6-0 9 & 6/01/14 at #3 Miami (Fla.) 1-2 L 1-5-2 2-6-1 (10)

Neutral: 3-5

Big 12 Conference: 14-10

Overall Big 12 Pitcher of Record 0-1 0-0 Moreno (0-1) 1-1 0-0 Withrow (1-0) 2-1 0-0 Sadberry (1-0) 3-1 0-0 C. Smith (1-0) 4-1 0-0 C. Smith (2-0) 5-1 0-0 Taylor (1-0) 6-1 0-0 C. Smith (3-0) 7-1 0-0 Dusek (1-0) 8-1 0-0 Damron (1-0) 8-2 0-0 Moreno (0-2) 8-3 0-0 Withrow (1-1) 9-3 0-0 Sadberry (2-0) 10-3 0-0 C. Smith (4-0) 11-3 0-0 Taylor (2-0) 12-3 0-0 Moreno (1-2) 13-3 0-0 Brown (1-0) 14-3 0-0 Drozd (1-0) 15-3 0-0 Dusek (2-0) 15-4 0-1 Moreno (1-3) 15-5 0-2 Sadberry (2-1) 16-5 1-2 Taylor (3-0) 17-5 1-2 Withrow (2-1) 17-6 1-2 Tripp (0-1) 17-7 1-3 Moreno (1-4) 18-7 2-3 Drozd (2-0) 19-7 3-3 Sadberry (3-1) 20-7 3-3 Withrow (3-1) 21-7 3-3 Dusek (3-0) 21-8 3-4 French (4-2) 22-8 4-4 Drozd (3-0) 22-9 4-5 Withrow (3-2) 23-9 4-5 Dusek (4-0) 23-10 4-6 Withrow (3-3) 24-10 5-6 Taylor (4-0) 24-11 5-7 Moseley (0-1) 25-11 5-7 Brown (2-0) 26-11 6-7 C. Smith (5-0) 27-11 7-7 Taylor (5-0) 28-11 8-7 Drozd (4-0) 29-11 8-7 Moreno (2-5) 30-11 8-7 Moseley (1-1) 31-11 8-7 Dusek (5-0) 32-11 8-7 Damron (2-0) 32-12 8-7 C. Smith (5-1) 32-13 8-7 Taylor (5-1) 33-13 9-7 Drozd (5-0) 34-13 10-7 Sadberry (4-1) 35-13 11-7 Moreno (3-5) 36-13 11-7 Moreno (4-5) 36-14 11-8 Moseley (1-2) 36-15 11-9 Sadberry (4-2) 36-16 11-10 Taylor (5-2) 37-16 11-10 Drozd (6-0) 38-16 12-10 C. Smith (6-1) 39-16 13-10 C. Smith (7-1) 40-16 14-10 Dusek (6-0) 40-17 14-10 Taylor (5-3) 40-18 14-10 C. Smith (7-2) 41-18 14-10 Drozd (7-0) 42-18 14-10 Dusek (7-0)

Attend Temp Time 2,751 62° 1:58 - 63° 2:34 3,387 87° 2:23 2,633 60° 2:14 2,011 65° 2:41 3,347 73° 2:25 2,225 58° 2:19 1,863 48° 2:10 162 45° 2:48 5,958 62° 2:30 7,839 73° 2:55 6,046 Roof Closed 2:28 1,521 58° 2:47 1,896 67° 2:33 2,508 75° 3:21 1,336 49° 3:54 2,453 48° 3:07 2,362 81° 1:47 2,810 69° 2:25 2,571 64° 3:02 2,424 52° 2:27 1,704 53° 2:37 1,819 53° 2:20 4,242 79° 2:57 4,028 59° 3:10 3,548 49° 2:52 - 52° 1:58 1,643 60° 2:13 4,206 74° 2:48 4,353 65° 2:35 3,992 76° 3:53 5,169 88° 2:29 508 60° 2:28 3,956 67° 2:54 412 57° 3:00 1,853 75° 3:11 2,709 81° 2:40 2,768 90° 2:30 2,145 79° 2:55 1,605 57° 2:57 1,732 58° 2:16 2,036 70° 2:31 1,916 69° 2:00 722 74° 2:24 1,437 83° 2:25 3,216 89° 2:53 2,582 80° 2:39 2,106 72° 2:22 598 54° 3:25 1,100 72° 2:24 1,277 76° 2:48 1,167 79° 2:14 753 85° 3:06 2,147 82° 3:21 2,399 88° 2:49 2,509 75° 2:32 5,947 86° 2:49 3,825 82° 3:17 1,843 88° 2:57 2,350 83° 2:46

* Big 12 Conference game # Brooks Wallace Memorial Series - Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park (Lubbock, Texas) + Houston College Classic - Minute Maid Park (Houston, Texas) & vs. New Mexico (Neutral) - Security Bank Ballpark (Midland, Texas) ^ vs. TCU (Neutral) - Crutcher Scott Field (Abilene, Texas) $ Big 12 Championship - Bricktown Ballpark (Oklahoma City, Okla.) ^ NCAA Tournament Coral Gables Regional - Alex Rodriguez Park - Mark Light Field (Coral Gables, Fla.) & NCAA Tournament Lubbock Super Regional - Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park (Lubbock, Texas). ( ) Run Rule or Shortened Game

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball

2014 OVERALL SEASON STATISTICS     

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

      

                     

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  

    

    

    

                

                

                

                                 

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

















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    

                        

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 

              

 

 

    

    

   

    

    

    

           

     

     

                

                

                

                

                

                

                

                

                

                                 

                

 

                

                

                

                

  







 





  

















 





  













 



  

       

  

  

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

                





    

    

          

          

 

    

    





    

    

    

    

    

    

    



    



          

          

          

          

          

          

          

          

          

          

          

                    











    

      

    

    

         

    

    

    

          

          

          

          

          

          

          

          







 























 

 









 























   



   

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball

2014 BIG 12 CONFERENCE STATISTICS 2014 Texas Tech Baseball Conference statistics for Texas Tech (as of May 17, 2014) (Big 12 games only Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 14-10 Player

10 Neslony, Tyler 21 Burleson, Bryant 5 Redman, Hunter 12 Gutierrez, Eric 1 Proudfoot, Tim 9 Kirsch, Adam 11 Smith, Stephen 3 Barrios, Jake -------------------28 Conley, Devon 8 Humphreys, Alec 4 Ritchie, Todd 17 Davis, Zach 16 Floyd, Tyler 25 Broadbent, Matt 7 Long, Ryan 29 Lyons, Anthony 45 Herrington, Heath 36 Damron, Ty 44 Moseley, Ryan 30 Drozd, Jonny

avg gp-gs

.377 . 333 .328 . 289 .286 . 244 .244 . 238

17-17 24-23 22-19 24-24 18-18 24-24 22-21 21-19

.347 19-11 .316 16-11 .300 11-3 .267 15-3 .267 9-5 .231 7-3 .194 12-9 .100 7-2 .000 1-0 .000 1-1 .000 1-1 .000 2-2

Home: 10-2

ab

r

h

69 99 67 97 63 90 82 80

10 16 8 10 9 16 14 11

26 33 22 28 18 22 20 19

2b 3b hr

8 9 2 8 3 3 4 1

0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0

2 2 0 4 0 6 0 0

49 10 17 38 5 12 10 6 3 15 12 4 15 4 4 13 1 3 36 6 7 10 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

rbi

9 18 13 21 11 17 5 6

Away: 4-8 tb slg%

40 50 24 48 21 45 26 20

Big 12: 14-10

bb hp

so gdp

ob% sf sh sb-att

po

a

7 15 10 11 4 22 16 7

1 3 1 3 2 5 3 2

.419 . 368 .384 . 360 .338 . 320 .357 . 315

0 1 0 2 2 2 1 0

0 1 3 0 1 0 4 0

0-0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-1

23

1

0 1.000

50

81

3 .978

0 12 3 8 0 3 1 0 1 3 0 5 1 11 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

. 373 .469 . 588 .389 . 421 .231 . 310 .250 . 000 .000 . 000 .000

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2-2 1-1 0-0 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 9-10

.580 3 . 505 4 .358 6 . 495 6 .333 6 .500 10 .317 12 . 250 7

2 2 0 6 0 1 3 2

3 20 4 13 1 3 4 5 3 5 0 4 3 9 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

. 408 .342 . 300 .333 . 333 .308 . 250 .100 . 000 .000 . 000 .000

2 8 7 2 3 0 5 2 0 0 0 0

Totals

.287

24

833 139 239

45

4 14 118 334

.401

83 22 140

21

.364

8 11

Opponents

.268

24

799 107 214

42

6

.365

84 38 151

24

.363

5 17 33-44

8

92 292

e fld%

129

12

1 .993

245

22

1 .996

19

69

0 1.000

15

0

2 .882

36

0

2 .947

13

37

3 .943

28

0

0 1.000

11

11

1 .957

5

0

0 1.000

10

0

0 1.000

23

4

0 1.000

2

5

2 .778

6

8

2 .875

1

0

0 1.000

0

1

0 1.000

0

0

0 .000

1

1

1 .667

4

8

1 .923

633 289

19 .980

630 250

31 .966

LOB - Team (188), Opp (203). DPs turned - Team (26), Opp (26). IBB - Team (4), Kirsch 1, Neslony 1, Smith, S. 1, Barrios 1, Opp (3). Picked off - Redman, H. 1, Davis 1, Gutierrez 1.

(Big 12 games only Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

30 Drozd, Jonny 20 Smith, Cameron 14 Moreno, Dominic 42 Sadberry, Chris -------------------34 Taylor, Corey 38 Tripp, Johnathon 26 Pettus, Nick 41 Dusek, Dylan 32 Bethard, Justin 13 Brown, Dalton 44 Moseley, Ryan 35 Withrow, Matt 45 Herrington, Heath 36 Damron, Ty

era

w-l

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

2. 3 6 3. 12 3. 86 4. 19

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

app gs

9 10 10 8

0 3 4 8

0 0 0 0

0/0 0/0 0/1 0/0

1 0 1 0

34.1 26.0 32.2 43.0

35 16 33 47

10 9 15 21

9 9 14 20

8 9 13 17

27 19 28 25

4 3 12 6

2 0 1 3

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

0 0 1 1

2. 38 2. 70 3. 00 4. 9 1 6. 75 7. 3 6 7. 53 10.12 27.00 99.00

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

9 3 2 3 2 3 9 3 1 1

2 1 0 3 0 0 2 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

22.2 6.2 3.0 14.2 4.0 3.2 14.1 5.1 0.2 0.0

21 6 3 16 6 6 14 7 2 2

7 4 1 8 3 3 14 9 2 1

6 2 1 8 3 3 12 6 2 1

5 1 0 6 0 1 14 7 2 1

13 6 3 4 5 1 13 6 1 0

4 0 1 2 2 1 4 3 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3 . 239 0 .2 3 1 0 . 250 2 .291 0 . 333 0 .3 7 5 1 . 255 0 .333 0 . 500 0 1.000

.2 7 1 . 188 .2 5 8 . 294

1 4 1 9 0 10 2 7

1 0 0 0

0 1 0 2

4 3 3 3

0 0 1 0 0 0 7 1 0 0

1 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 1

1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0

Totals

4. 09

14-10

24 24

0

1/1

3

211.0

214

107

96

84

151

42

6

8

.268

13 38

4

5

17

Opponents

5. 01

10-14

24 24

3

2/2

5

210.0

239

139

117

83

140

45

4

14

.287

20 22

4

8

11

PB - Team (6), Floyd 3, Redman, H. 3, Opp (6). Pickoffs - Team (4), Drozd 2, Taylor 1, Sadberry 1, Opp (3). SBA/ATT - Redman, H. (25-29), Sadberry (13-16), Floyd (8-11), Smith, C. (3-6), Moreno (4-6), Drozd (3-6), Dusek (3-3), Moseley (3-3), Taylor (2-2), Brown (1-1), Withrow (1-1).

38


2014 Texas Tech Baseball

2014 BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP STATISTICS (May 21-22 - Oklahoma City, Okla.)     

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

 

     

     



     

     

     

  

     

     

     



     

 

     

     

 

     

     

 

     

     

     

   

     

     

     

       

       

       

       

       

       

       



       

       

       

       



      

      

       

       



   

 

 

 

 



 

       

 

 

 





      





       

 



























 



























 

    

 

 

 

 



 

       





 



















   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

      

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

     

  

  

  

  

  









































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NCAA CORAL GABLES REGIONAL TOURNAMENT BRACKET - May 30-June 2, 2014 - Hosted by Miami (Fla.)

2014 NCAA DIVISION I BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP Coral Gables Regional - Miami (Florida) Host May 30 - June 2, 2014 All times are local #1 *Miami (FL) (41-17) Game 2 Friday May 30 7 p.m. ESPN3

#4 Bethune-Cookman (26-31)

*Miami (FL), 1-0

Game 4 Saturday May 31 7 p.m.

ESPN3

#3 Columbia (29-18) Game 1 Friday May 30 2 p.m. ESPN3

Texas Tech, 3-2

#2 Texas Tech (40-18)

Game 3 Saturday May 31 2 p.m.

Game 6 Sunday June 1 7 p.m. ESPN3

*Miami (FL), 2-1

Suspended until 2 p.m., Monday, June 2

Miami (FL)

*Columbia

Texas Tech, 3-0

Game 5 Sunday June 1 2 p.m.

ESPN3

Miami (FL), 10-0

*Bethune-Cookman, 6-5

Game 7 Monday June 2 55 minutes after Game 6 ESPN3

Texas Tech, 4-0

Regional Champion

ESPN3

Bethune-Cookman

Texas Tech

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2014 NCAA CORAL GABLES REGIONAL TOURNAMENT STATISTICS 2014 Texas Tech Baseball Overall Statistics for Texas Tech (as of Jun 02, 2014) (NCAA Tournament (4 Games) Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 3-1 Player

1 Proudfoot, Tim 9 Kirsch, Adam 12 Gutierrez, Eric 28 Conley, Devon 10 Neslony, Tyler 7 Long, Ryan 11 Smith, Stephen 5 Redman, Hunter 21 Burleson, Bryant -------------------17 Davis, Zach 16 Floyd, Tyler 29 Lyons, Anthony 4 Ritchie, Todd 25 Broadbent, Matt 8 Humphreys, Alec

avg gp-gs

.455 . 300 . 286 . 273 .214 . 214 .167 . 083 . 063

4-4 4-4 4-4 4-3 4-4 4-4 4-4 4-3 4-4

Home: 0-0

Away: 2-0

2b 3b hr

rbi

Neutral: 1-1

tb slg%

bb hp

Big 12: 0-0

ab

r

h

11 10 14 11 14 14 12 12 16

2 1 0 2 1 2 1 0 1

5 3 4 3 3 3 2 1 1

0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0

5 7 5 3 3 3 2 1 2

.455 . 700 .357 . 273 .214 . 214 .167 . 083 .125

4 6 0 1 4 0 1 0 2

0 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 0

so gdp

1 3 0 3 3 4 3 2 2

0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1

ob% sf sh sb-att

.600 . 563 .286 . 385 .389 . 313 .333 . 083 .167

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1

1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

1 3 3 2 2 0

1 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 0 0 0 1

1 1.000 1 . 333 0 .000 0 . 000 0 .000 0 . 000

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 2 1 2 0

0 1.000 0 . 333 0 .000 0 . 000 0 .000 0 . 000

0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 1 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

1

0

0 1.000

8

0

0 1.000

1.000

3-0

. 333 .0 0 0 . 000 . 000 . 000

1-1

Totals

.216

4

125

11

27

3

0

1

9

33

.264

18

5

26

4

.336

1

7

Opponents

.173

4

127

4

22

3

0

0

4

25

.197

14

5

19

3

.281

0

2

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

po

a

6

17

e fld% 0 1.000

2

1

0 1.000

34

6

0 1.000

8

0

0 1.000

8

1

0 1.000

2

8

1 .909

4

0

0 1.000

14

3

1 .944

15

16

0 1.000

0

0

0 .000

0

0

0 .000

3

1

0 1.000

0

0

0 .000

1-1

111

60

3 .983

1-4

109

39

3 .980

LOB - Team (36), Opp (34). DPs turned - Team (3), Opp (4). CI - Team (1), Redman, H. 1. IBB - Team (1), Neslony 1, Opp (1). Picked off - Davis 1, Gutierrez 1.

(NCAA Tournament (4 Games) Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

20 Smith, Cameron 41 Dusek, Dylan 44 Moseley, Ryan 30 Drozd, Jonny 42 Sadberry, Chris -------------------34 Taylor, Corey

era

w-l

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

0. 0 0 0. 00 0. 0 0 1. 50 3. 8 6

1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-1

app gs

1 1 1 2 2

1 1 1 0 1

1 0 0 0 0

1/0 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/0

0 0 0 0 0

9.0 8.0 6.0 6.0 7.0

3 4 2 5 6

0 0 0 1 3

0 0 0 1 3

5 1 4 0 4

3 3 6 2 5

0 1 1 0 1

0 0 0 0 0

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

0 0 0 0 0

.1 0 7 . 143 .1 0 5 . 208 .2 6 1

0 0 0 1 1

0 2 0 0 3

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 2

0. 0 0

0-0

1

0

0

0/1

1

1.0

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

.4 0 0

0

0

0

0

0

Totals

0. 97

3-1

4

4

1

2/1

1

37.0

22

4

4

14

19

3

0

0

.173

2

5

0

0

2

Opponents

2. 23

1-3

4

4

0

0/0

0

36.1

27

11

9

18

26

3

0

1

.216

2

5

0

1

7

Pickoffs - Team (2), Smith, C. 1, Drozd 1, Opp (2). SBA/ATT - Sadberry (1-3), Redman, H. (1-3), Smith, C. (0-1).

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

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

      

                   

              



    

    

         

  

    

    

    

    

    

              

              

              

              

              

              

              

                             







 











 





              













  















 



 

 

 

                                            

    

    

   

    

    

    

           

     

     

              

              

              

              

              

              

              

              



  























 

 

   

  

 

  

 

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





 



















  

  

     

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

     

  

  

  

  

  

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           







 























 









 























   



               

      

  

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ROAD/NEUTRAL SITE GAMES     

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

      

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    

              



                   

              

  



 

 

 

   

    

    

                        

    

    

    

    

    

    

    

                                               

               

               

               

                               

               

              



               

               

               

     

 

       

 

               

               

       

                               

       

     

     

     

     

                                   

                 

 

  

      

     

 

 

               

   



   



 

   

   



   

   





   

   



   

   



   



   

   





   



          

          

          

          

          

          

          

          

          

          

          

          

          

          

          

   

      

   

   

       

   

   

   

          

          

          

          

          

          

          







 



















 

 





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  

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   TEAM HITTING GAME-BY-GAME 

                                                              

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                                                             

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

                                                                                                                             

                                                              

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                                                                                                                                                                                            

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball 

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

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                                                              

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

                                                              

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                                                             

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

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                                                              



                                                              



                                                              

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                                                              

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                                                              

2014 Texas Tech Baseball 

                                                              

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                                                              

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

                                                                                                                             

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                                                              



                                                              



                                                              

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  2014 Texas Tech Baseball  TEXAS TECH SUMMARY   

  

  

  

               

              

   

   

   

   

   

   

  

  

  

  

  

     

  

        

        

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

          

 

 

 

 

          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

        

 

     

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  2014 Texas Tech Baseball 

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

                  

                  

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

 

    16  ^            

                                                        

                

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



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

                

                

                                                  

 

                

                

^ - Dates back to 2013

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball BIG INNINGS (4-PLUS RUNS) TEXAS TECH Date 2/15 2/22 3/7 3/7 3/9 3/9 3/11 3/16 3/18 3/18 3/23 3/23 4/5 4/8 4/8 4/14 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/25 4/26 4/27 5/6 5/6 5/6 5/22

Opponent INDIANA ORAL ROBERTS NEW MEXICO STATE NEW MEXICO STATE NEW MEXICO STATE NEW MEXICO STATE ABILENE CHRISTIAN at Baylor STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STEPHEN F. AUSTIN at TCU at TCU at Oklahoma State ABILENE CHRISTIAN ABILENE CHRISTIAN KANSAS STATE PRAIRIE VIEW A&M PRAIRIE VIEW A&M PRAIRIE VIEW A&M OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA at Dallas Baptist at Dallas Baptist at Dallas Baptist vs. Oklahoma

INN. RUNS Result 1 5 W 10-5 6 5 W 7-2 5 7 W 15-2 6 4 W 15-2 3 4 W 14-4 4 4 W 14-4 1 5 W 6-2 8 7 W 7-1 1 5 W 20-4 6 11 W 20-4 5 4 W 12-2 6 5 W 12-2 6 5 W 16-6 1 7 W 19-2 3 6 W 19-2 1 6 W 11-7 2 4 W 8-0 4 4 W 13-0 4 5 W 13-0 1 4 W 9-5 5 10 W 14-4 6 6 W 14-4 3 4 W 18-3 5 4 W 18-3 7 6 W 18-3 1 4 L 8-9

OPPONENT

Date Opponent INN. RUNS Result 2/15 INDIANA 3 4 W 10-5 2/28 vs. Houston 7 8 L 0-9 3/1 vs. Sam Houston State 2 5 L 6-10 3/8 NEW MEXICO STATE 6 5 W 8-7 3/21 at TCU 4 4 L 0-9 3/29 TEXAS 5 4 L 1-11 4/6 at Oklahoma State 7 4 L 3-8 4/6 at Oklahoma State 8 4 L 3-8 4/15 ABILENE CHRISTIAN 3 4 W 5-4 5/21 vs. Texas 2 5 L 3-8 RECORD WITH A BIG INNING___________________ 17-1 RECORD W/OUT A BIG INNING________________ 26-18 RECORD WHEN ALLOWING A BIG INNING_________ 3-6 RECORD WHEN NOT ALLOWING A BIG INNING__ 40-13

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:

45 20 21 19 7 5 3 31 10 15 4 2 2 4 1 16 5

vs Abilene Christian (Apr 08, 2014) vs Stephen F. Austin (Mar 18, 2014) vs Abilene Christian (Apr 08, 2014) vs Stephen F. Austin (Mar 18, 2014) vs Kansas State (Apr 13, 2014) vs New Mexico State (Mar 07, 2014) at Dallas Baptist (May 06, 2014) vs Abilene Christian (Apr 08, 2014) vs Prairie View A&M (Apr 19, 2014) at TCU (Mar 23, 2014) vs New Mexico State (Mar 06, 2014) (6 games ) (4 games ) vs Oral Roberts (Feb 23, 2014) (8 games ) vs New Mexico State (Mar 08, 2014) vs Oral Roberts (Feb 23, 2014)\

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

36 36 36 21 4 2 4

vs New Mexico State (Mar 08, 2014) vs Texas (Mar 30, 2014) at Oral Roberts (Apr 29, 2014) vs New Mexico State (Mar 08, 2014) vs Kansas State (Apr 13, 2014) at Kansas (May 03, 2014) (4 games )

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

12.0 12.0 12.0 11 11 11 9 13 13 16 5 2 3 3 4 4 4

vs New Mexico State (Mar 08, 2014) vs Texas (Mar 30, 2014) at Oral Roberts (Apr 29, 2014) vs Texas (Mar 28, 2014) at Kansas (May 02, 2014) vs Texas (Mar 28, 2014) vs West Virginia (May 16, 2014) vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Mar 25, 2014) at Oral Roberts (Apr 29, 2014) vs Texas (Mar 28, 2014) at TCU (Mar 21, 2014) vs Oklahoma (Apr 26, 2014) vs Sam Houston State (Mar 01, 2014 at Houston, TX) at Kansas (May 02, 2014) vs Sam Houston State (Mar 01, 2014 at Houston, TX) vs Texas (Mar 28, 2014) at Oklahoma State (Apr 06, 2014)

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball INDIVIDUAL 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:

6 4 5 5 6 6 3 3 1 2 2 2 10 5 4 4 3 1 1 2 1 6 6 6

(7 games ) (4 games ) Smith, Stephen vs Stephen F. Austin (Mar 18, 2014) Lyons, Anthony at Dallas Baptist (May 06, 2014) Kirsch, Adam at Oklahoma State (Apr 05, 2014) Gutierrez, Eric at Dallas Baptist (May 06, 2014) Burleson, Bryant vs Kansas State (Apr 13, 2014) Kirsch, Adam at Oral Roberts (Apr 29, 2014) (23 games ) Kirsch, Adam at Oklahoma State (Apr 05, 2014) Gutierrez, Eric vs Oklahoma (Apr 27, 2014) Gutierrez, Eric at Dallas Baptist (May 06, 2014) Kirsch, Adam at Oklahoma State (Apr 05, 2014) Ritchie, Todd at Oklahoma State (Apr 05, 2014) Kirsch, Adam vs Oklahoma (Apr 25, 2014) Long, Ryan at Dallas Baptist (May 06, 2014) Lyons, Anthony vs New Mexico State (Mar 06, 2014) (30 games ) (26 games ) (5 games ) (8 games ) Davis, Zach vs New Mexico State (Mar 08, 2014) Gutierrez, Eric at Baylor (Mar 15, 2014) Redman, Hunter vs Oklahoma (Apr 25, 2014)

FIELDING Putouts: Assists: Errors: Passed balls:

18 8 2 2

Gutierrez, Eric vs TCU (Apr 22, 2014 at Abilene, TX) (4 games ) (4 games ) Redman, Hunter at Kansas (May 03, 2014)

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

9.0 6 6 6 6 6 10 11 4 2 2 2 2 3

Smith, Cameron at Miami (Fla.) (Jun 02, 2014) Withrow, Matt vs Sam Houston State (Mar 01, 2014) Moseley, Ryan at Kansas (May 02, 2014) Withrow, Matt vs Sam Houston State (Mar 01, 2014) Moseley, Ryan at Kansas (May 02, 2014) Sadberry, Chris vs West Virginia (May 16, 2014) Withrow, Matt vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Mar 25, 2014) Drozd, Jonny vs Texas (Mar 29, 2014) Moreno, Dominic at TCU (Mar 21, 2014) Sadberry, Chris vs Oklahoma (Apr 26, 2014) Withrow, Matt vs Sam Houston State (Mar 01, 2014) Taylor, Corey at Oklahoma State (Apr 05, 2014) (4 games ) (5 games )

MULTI-RUN INNINGS (91) 2 Runs________________________________________________ 49 3 Runs________________________________________________ 16 4 Runs________________________________________________ 11 5 Runs_________________________________________________ 5 6 Runs_________________________________________________ 5 7 Runs_________________________________________________ 3 10 Runs________________________________________________ 1 11 Runs________________________________________________ 1 GO-AHEAD RBI (52) Eric Gutierrez___________________________________________ Adam Kirsch____________________________________________ Tyler Neslony___________________________________________ Jake Barrios_____________________________________________ Ryan Long______________________________________________ Alec Humphreys_________________________________________ Bryant Burleson_________________________________________ Stephen Smith__________________________________________ Tim Proudfoot___________________________________________ Matt Broadbent_________________________________________ Hunter Redman_________________________________________ Mason Randolph________________________________________ Devon Conley___________________________________________

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

GAME TYING RBI (22) Eric Gutierrez___________________________________________ Adam Kirsch____________________________________________ Stephen Smith__________________________________________ Tyler Floyd______________________________________________ Tyler Neslony___________________________________________ Jake Barrios_____________________________________________ Bryant Burleson_________________________________________ Tim Proudfoot___________________________________________ Devon Conley___________________________________________ Mason Randolph________________________________________ Anthony Lyons__________________________________________ Todd Ritchie____________________________________________

5 5 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

2-OUT RBI (123) Eric Gutierrez__________________________________________ 23 Adam Kirsch___________________________________________ 15 Bryant Burleson________________________________________ 13 Jake Barrios____________________________________________ 11 Tyler Neslony__________________________________________ 10 Tim Proudfoot___________________________________________ 9 Stephen Smith__________________________________________ 8 Ryan Long______________________________________________ 8 Hunter Redman_________________________________________ 7 Tyler Floyd______________________________________________ 4 Alec Humphreys_________________________________________ 4 Devon Conley___________________________________________ 3 Anthony Lyons__________________________________________ 2 Todd Ritchie____________________________________________ 2 Matt Broadbent_________________________________________ 1 Mason Randolph________________________________________ 1 Zach Davis_____________________________________________ 1 INFIELD BASE HITS (72) Jake Barrios____________________________________________ 10 Bryant Burleson_________________________________________ 7 Stephen Smith__________________________________________ 7 Devon Conley___________________________________________ 7 Eric Gutierrez___________________________________________ 5 Tim Proudfoot___________________________________________ 5 Zach Davis_____________________________________________ 5 Hunter Redman_________________________________________ 4 Alec Humphreys_________________________________________ 4 Ryan Long______________________________________________ 4 Tyler Neslony___________________________________________ 3 Matt Broadbent_________________________________________ 3 Anthony Lyons__________________________________________ 2 Adam Kirsch____________________________________________ 2 Todd Ritchie____________________________________________ 2 Tyler Floyd______________________________________________ 2 OUTFIELD ASSISTS (12) Tyler Neslony___________________________________________ Adam Kirsch____________________________________________ Stephen Smith__________________________________________ Todd Ritchie____________________________________________ Alec Humphreys_________________________________________

3 3 2 2 2

PICKOFFS BY PITCHERS (9) Cameron Smith__________________________________________ Jonny Drozd____________________________________________ Chris Sadberry__________________________________________ Corey Taylor____________________________________________

4 3 1 1

BUNT BASE HITS (23) Devon Conley___________________________________________ Zach Davis_____________________________________________ Tim Proudfoot___________________________________________ Ryan Long______________________________________________ Bryant Burleson_________________________________________ Eric Gutierrez___________________________________________ Adam Kirsch____________________________________________ Hunter Redman_________________________________________ Jake Barrios_____________________________________________ Tyler Neslony___________________________________________ Stephen Smith__________________________________________ Tyler Floyd______________________________________________

7 4 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball TEXAS TECH HOME RUNS

No.

Δ

Player (#)

Opponent (Date)

Runs

Outs

Count

Inning

1

Tyler Neslony (1)

2

Adam Kirsch (1)

‡ Δ ! 3 †

Pitcher

#3 Indiana (2/15 - Game 1)

4

1

0-1

1

Hart (L) s

#3 Indiana (2/15 - Game 1)

2

0

3-1

5

Harrison (R) r

Tyler Neslony (2)

Oral Roberts (2/22)

4

1

0-2

6

Trujillo (R) s

4

Mason Randolph (1)

Stephen F. Austin (2/27)

2

0

1-0

3

Maynard (R) s

5

Adam Kirsch (2)

New Mexico (3/4)

1

1

1-0

5

Duree (R) r

6

Eric Gutierrez (1)

New Mexico State (3/8)

1

0

3-1

9

Gonzales (R) r

7

Eric Gutierrez (2)

New Mexico State (3/9)

1

2

3-1

4

Kilgore (R) s

8

Eric Gutierrez (3)

Stephen F. Austin (3/19)

1

0

2-2

3

Cross (R) s

9

Bryant Burleson (1)

#24 TCU (3/22)

1

0

2-2

4

Teakell (R) r

‡ Δ ! 10

Eric Gutierrez (4)

New Mexico (4/1)

3

1

3-0

5

Gibson (R) r

11

Eric Gutierrez (5)

#20 Oklahoma State (4/4)

1

0

1-0

5

Perrin (R) s

12

Adam Kirsch (3)

#20 Oklahoma State (4/5)

1

0

0-0

2

Buffett (R) s

13

Adam Kirsch (4)

#20 Oklahoma State (4/5)

3

1

2-1

6

Robinette (R) r

!

14

Eric Gutierrez (6)

Abilene Christian (4/8)

3

0

0-0

1

Gawrieh (R) s

15

Adam Kirsch (5)

Kansas State (4/12)

1

1

3-1

2

Moore (L) s

16

Eric Gutierrez (7)

Prairie View A&M (4/17)

2

2

2-0

1

Mata (R) s

17

Adam Kirsch (6)

Prairie View A&M (4/18)

1

0

0-1

2

Helms (R) s

18

Tyler Neslony (3)

Oklahoma (4/25)

1

2

2-2

2

Choplock (L) s

!

19

Eric Gutierrez (8)

Oklahoma (4/26)

3

2

1-0

5 Krittenbrink (R) r

20

Tyler Neslony (4)

Oklahoma (4/26)

1

0

3-1

6

Hayes (R) r

† § 21

Eric Gutierrez (9)

Oklahoma (4/27)

3

2

0-2

3

Garza (R) s

22

Eric Gutierrez (10)

Oklahoma (4/27)

1

0

2-0

5

Tasin (R) r

23

Adam Kirsch (7)

Kansas (5/2)

2

2

0-1

4

Piche’ (R) s

24

Eric Gutierrez (11)

Dallas Baptist (5/6)

4

1

2-2

5

Stutzman (L) r

25

Stephen Smith (1)

Dallas Baptist (5/6)

2

1

3-2

6

Smith (R) r

26

Eric Gutierrez (12)

Dallas Baptist (5/6)

1

0

3-1

7

Smith (R) r

27

Bryant Burleson (2)

West Virginia (5/16)

1

1

2-1

6

Vance (L) s

28

Adam Kirsch (8)

West Virginia (5/16)

1

0

0-0

7

Vance (L) s

‡Δ! 29

Adam Kirsch (9)

West Virginia (5/17)

1

0

3-2

2

Means (L) s

† § 30

Adam Kirsch (10)

Columbia (5/30)

2

2

0-1

5

Cline (R) r

* - Inside the park home run ◊ - Pinch-hit home run † - Game-tying home run ‡ - 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

HOME RUN BREAKDOWN at Home_______________________________ 19 on the Road_____________________________ 9 at Neutral Site____________________________ 2 vs. RHP________________________________ 23 vs. LHP__________________________________ 7 vs. Big 12 Teams_________________________ 15 vs. Non-Conference Teams_________________ 15 with 0 outs_____________________________ 14 with 1 out_______________________________ 9 with 2 outs______________________________ 7 Solo HR________________________________ 16 2-Run HR________________________________ 6 3-Run HR________________________________ 5 Grand Slam______________________________ 3 February________________________________ 4 March__________________________________ 5 April___________________________________ 13 May____________________________________ 8 in 1st inning_____________________________ 3 in 2nd inning____________________________ 5 in 3rd inning_____________________________ 3 in 4th inning_____________________________ 3 in 5th inning_____________________________ 8 in 6th inning_____________________________ 5 in 7th inning_____________________________ 2 in 8th inning_____________________________ 0 in 9th inning_____________________________ 1 0-0 Count_______________________________ 3 0-1 Count_______________________________ 4 0-2 Count_______________________________ 2 1-0 Count_______________________________ 4 1-1 Count_______________________________ 0 1-2 Count_______________________________ 0 2-0 Count_______________________________ 2 2-1 Count_______________________________ 2 2-2 Count_______________________________ 4 3-0 Count_______________________________ 1 3-1 Count_______________________________ 6 3-2 Count_______________________________ 2 Left-Field Line____________________________ 1 Left Field_______________________________ 19 Left-Center Field__________________________ 4 Center Field______________________________ 1 Right-Center Field________________________ 1 Right Field_______________________________ 4 Right-Field Line___________________________ 0 Leadoff_________________________________ 1 2-Hole__________________________________ 1 3-Hole__________________________________ 2 Cleanup________________________________ 10 5-Hole_________________________________ 10 6-Hole__________________________________ 2 7-Hole__________________________________ 3 8-Hole__________________________________ 1 9-Hole__________________________________ 0 Day Games_____________________________ 21 Night Games_____________________________ 9 Starters________________________________ 17 Relievers_______________________________ 13 Record with HR________________________ 20-2 Record w/out HR_____________________ 23-17

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball TEXAS TECH GAME WINNING RBI No. Player (#) 1 Adam Kirsch (1) 2 Tyler Neslony (1) 3 Jake Barrios (1) 4 Matt Broadbent (1) 5 Tyler Neslony (2) 6 Eric Gutierrez (1) 7 Eric Gutierrez (2) 8 Eric Gutierrez (3) 9 Anthony Lyons (1) 10 Stephen Smith (1) 11 Ryan Long (1) 12 Adam Kirsch (2) 13 Devon Conley (1) 14 Hunter Redman (1) 15 Adam Kirsch (2) 16 No RBI 17 Matt Broadbent (2) 18 Eric Gutierrez (4) 19 Bryant Burleson (1) 20 Jake Barrios (2) 21 Adam Kirsch (3) 22 Jake Barrios (3) 23 Eric Gutierrez (5) 24 Zach Davis (1) 25 Eric Gutierrez (6) 26 No RBI 27 Bryant Burleson (2) 28 Bryant Burleson (3) 29 Stephen Smith (2) 30 Tyler Neslony (3) 31 Adam Kirsch (4) 32 Jake Barrios (4) 33 Tim Prudfoot (1) 34 Eric Gutierrez (7) 35 Hunter Redman (2) 36 No RBI 37 No RBI 38 Hunter Redman (3) 39 Tim Proudfoot (2) 40 Adam Kirsch (5) 41 Eric Gutierrez (8) 42 Tim Proudfoot (3) 43 No RBI

Game # Date Opponent 2 2/15 #3 Indiana 3 2/15 #3 Indiana 4 2/16 #3 Indiana 5 2/21 Oral Roberts 6 2/22 Oral Roberts 7 2/23 Oral Roberts 8 2/24 BYU 9 2/27 Stephen F. Austin 12 3/2 #10 Rice 13 3/4 New Mexico 14 3/6 New Mexico State 15 3/7 New Mexico State 16 3/8 New Mexico State 17 3/9 New Mexico State 18 3/11 Abilene Christian 21 3/16 Baylor 22 3/18 Stephen F. Austin 25 3/22 #24 TCU 26 3/23 #24 TCU 27 3/25 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 28 3/25 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 30 3/29 #12 Texas 32 4/1 New Mexico 34 4/5 #20 Oklahoma State 36 4/8 Abilene Christian 37 4/11 K-State 38 4/12 K-State 39 4/13 K-State 40 4/15 Dallas Baptist 41 4/17 Prairie View A&M 42 4/18 Prairie View A&M 43 4/19 Prairie View A&M 46 4/25 Oklahoma 47 4/26 Oklahoma 48 4/27 Oklahoma 49 4/29 Oral Roberts 53 5/6 Dallas Baptist 54 5/15 West Virginia 55 5/16 West Virginia 56 5/17 West Virginia 59 5/30 Columbia 60 5/31 #3 Miami (Fla.) 62 6/2 #3 Miami (Fla.)

WALK-OFF GAME-WINNING BASE HITS 29 Stephen Smith (2) 40 38 Hunter Redman (3) 54 39 Tim Proudfoot (2) 55 41 Eric Gutierrez (8) 59

4/15 5/15 5/16 5/30

Dallas Baptist West Virginia West Virginia Columbia

Runs Outs Count Inning Final 2 0 3-1 5 10-5 2 2 1-0 5 6-2 1 0 1-1 1 7-0 6 1 0-0 6 3-2 6 1 0-2 6 7-2 6 0 2-2 6 4-1 1 1 4-2 3 4-2 2 2 0-0 9 5-4 1 2 3-0 3 2-1 1 1 0-1 4 9-3 3 1 2-0 8 5-3 2 0 3-1 5 15-2 1 1 0-0 12 8-7 (12) 1 1 2-0 3 14-4 1 0 3-2 1 6-2 (7) 2 2 3-2 8 7-1 1 2 1-0 1 20-4 1 0 0-0 3 10-2 3 1 0-0 5 12-2 1 2 0-0 3 2-0 1 2 0-0 5 5-1 1 1 3-1 4 8-4 3 1 3-0 5 6-3 2 1 0-1 5 16-6 3 0 0-0 1 19-2 1 0 0-0 8 4-3 1 1 3-1 7 7-4 2 2 3-2 5 11-7 2 2 1-1 9 5-4 2 2 3-1 5 4-3 1 0 0-1 2 8-0 1 2 1-1 1 13-0 (7) 1 2 0-0 3 9-5 3 2 1-0 5 14-4 2 0 2-0 4 14-4 (7) 1 0 1-2 12 4-1 (12) 1 2 0-0 3 18-3 1 1 2-2 11 4-3 1 2 2-2 9 3-2 1 0 3-2 2 4-0 1 1 3-2 9 3-2 1 1 2-0 2 3-0 1 0 0-0 7 4-0

2 1 1 1

2 1 2 1

1-1 2-2 2-2 3-2

9 11 9 9

5-4 4-3 3-2 3-2

Play HR to LF 2B to LF 6-3 2B LF Line HR (grand slam) to RF HBP 1B to LF 2B to LF Bases-loaded BB 3B to CF 2B down RF line 1B to LF Sac Fly to RF FC to 3B 2B to CF E-7 (Dropped Fly Ball) 1B to LF 1B to LF 2B to RC 1B to CF 2B to LF E-6 HR to LF 1B to RF HR to LC E-1 (Wild throw home) 1B up the middle 2B to LF 1B to LF 2B to LC HR to LF INF 1B to 2B 2B to LF HR to LF 1B to CF Wild Pitch Wild Pitch 1B to LC 1B up the middle HR to LF 2B to LC 1B to LF E-2 (Wild throw to 1B)

1B to LF 1B to LC 1B up the middle 2B to LC

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball THE LAST TIME A TEXAS TECH TEAM... Won 5 or more consecutive games____________________________________ 8 games (April 8-19, 2014) Won 6 or more consecutive games____________________________________ 8 games (April 8-19, 2014) Won 8 or more consecutive games____________________________________ 8 games (April 8-19, 2014)) 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 5 or more consecutive home games__________________________ 14 games (April 8-May 17, 2014) Won 6 or more consecutive home games__________________________ 14 games (April 8-May 17, 2014) Won 7 or more consecutive home games__________________________ 14 games (April 8-May 17, 2014) Won 10 or more consecutive home games_________________________ 14 games (April 8-May 17, 2014) Won 14 or more consecutive home games_________________________ 14 games (April 8-May 17, 2014) 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) 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_________________________ 6 games (April 11-27, 2014) Won 6 or more consecutive conference games_________________________ 6 games (April 11-27, 2014) Won 7 or more consecutive conference games_____________________ 8 games (April 13-May 19, 2002) Won 8 or more consecutive conference games_____________________ 8 games (April 13-May 19, 2002) Won 5 or more consecutive conference home games________________ 9 games (April 11-May 17, 2014) Won 6 or more consecutive conference home games________________ 9 games (April 11-May 17, 2014) Won 7 or more consecutive conference home games________________ 9 games (April 11-May 17, 2014) Won 8 or more consecutive conference home games________________ 9 games (April 11-May 17, 2014) Won 9 or more consecutive conference home games________________ 9 games (April 11-May 17, 2014) Won 10 or more consecutive conference home games___________ 10 games February 26-May 14, 1999) Won 5 or more consecutive conference road games__________________ 5 games (April 10-May 2, 2004) Won 6 or more consecutive conference road games________________7 games (March 23-April 20, 1997) Won 7 or more consecutive conference road games________________7 games (March 23-April 20, 1997) Won 5 or more consecutive midweek games______________________5 games (March 25-April 15, 2014) Won 6 or more consecutive midweek games_________________ 8 games (May 10, 2011-March 21, 2012) Won 7 or more consecutive midweek games_________________ 8 games (May 10, 2011-March 21, 2012) Won 8 or more consecutive midweek games_________________ 8 games (May 10, 2011-March 21, 2012) Won 5 or more consecutive midweek home games______________ 10 (March 12, 2013-March 18, 2014) Won 10 or more consecutive midweek home games_____________ 10 (March 12, 2013-March 18, 2014) Won 11 or more consecutive midweek home games_______________ 14 (May 18, 2004-March 29, 2006) Won 5 or more consecutive midweek road/neutral site games__ 9 games (March 22, 2011-March 6, 2012) Lost 5 or more consecutive midweek road/neutral site games________ 5 games (March 25-May 15, 2013) Lost 5 or more consecutive games____________________________________ 9 games (April 2-20, 2013) Lost 6 or more consecutive games____________________________________ 9 games (April 2-20, 2013) Lost 7 or more consecutive games____________________________________ 9 games (April 2-20, 2013) Lost 8 or more consecutive games____________________________________ 9 games (April 2-20, 2013) Lost 9 or more consecutive games____________________________________ 9 games (April 2-20, 2013) Lost 10 or more consecutive games_________________________________ 11 games (April 12-28, 1985) Lost 11 or more consecutive games_________________________________ 11 games (April 12-28, 1985) Lost 5 or more consecutive home games__________________________9 games (March 24-April 7, 1987) Lost 6 or more consecutive home games__________________________9 games (March 24-April 7, 1987) Lost 7 or more consecutive home games__________________________9 games (March 24-April 7, 1987) Lost 8 or more consecutive home games__________________________9 games (March 24-April 7, 1987) Lost 9 or more consecutive home games__________________________9 games (March 24-April 7, 1987) Lost 5 or more consecutive road games_________________________10 games (March 23-April 27, 2013) Lost 6 or more consecutive road games_________________________10 games (March 23-April 27, 2013) Lost 7 or more consecutive road games_________________________10 games (March 23-April 27, 2013) Lost 8 or more consecutive road games_________________________10 games (March 23-April 27, 2013) Lost 10 or more consecutive road games________________________10 games (March 23-April 27, 2013) Lost 11 or more consecutive road games__________________________ 11 games (April 4-May 10, 2008) Lost 5 or more consecutive conference games___________________________ 5 games (April 5-20, 2013) Lost 6 or more consecutive conference games___________________________ 8 games (April 4-19, 2008) Lost 7 or more consecutive conference games___________________________ 8 games (April 4-19, 2008) Lost 8 or more consecutive conference games___________________________ 8 games (April 4-19, 2008) Lost 9 or more consecutive conference games______________________ 9 games (April 22-May 19, 2007) Lost 10 or more consecutive conference games__________________10 games (March 27-April 27, 1987) Lost 15 or more consecutive conference games__________________15 games (March 29-April 28, 1985) Lost 5 or more consecutive conference home games________________6 games (March 24-April 1, 1989) Lost 6 or more consecutive conference home games________________6 games (March 24-April 1, 1989) Lost 7 or more consecutive conference home games_______________8 games (March 14-April 17, 1987) Lost 8 or more consecutive conference home games_______________8 games (March 14-April 17, 1987) Lost 5 or more consecutive conference road games________________6 games (March 23-April 27, 2013) Lost 6 or more consecutive conference road games________________6 games (March 23-April 27, 2013) Lost 7 or more consecutive conference road games__________________ 8 games (April 4-May 10, 2008) Lost 8 or more consecutive conference road games__________________ 8 games (April 4-May 10, 2008) Lost 9 or more consecutive conference road games__________________ 9 games (April 1-May 19, 2007) Shutout an opponent_______________________________________ at #3 Miami (Fla.), 4-0 (June 2, 2014) Shutout an opponent on Opening Day__________________ vs. Northern Illinois, 8-0 (February 15, 2013) Shutout an opponent at home________________________________vs. West Virginia, 4-0 (May 17, 2014) Shutout a Big 12 opponent at home____________________________vs. West Virginia, 4-0 (May 17, 2014) Shutout an opponent on the road____________________________ at #3 Miami (Fla.), 4-0 (June 2, 2014) Shutout a Big 12 opponent on the road______________________________at Texas, 1-0 (March 15, 2013) Shutout an opponent on a neutral field_______vs. Nevada-Reno @ Phoenix, Ariz., 4-0 (February 21, 1998) Shutout a midweek opponent at home__________________vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 2-0 (March 25, 2014) Shutout a midweek opponent on the road___________________ at #27 Dallas Baptist, 5-0 (May 8, 2012) Shutout back-to-back opponents_________________ vs. Prairie View A&M, 8-0 & 13-0 (April 18-19, 2014) Was shutout_________________________________________________ at #24 TCU, 0-9 (March 21, 2014) Was shutout on Opening Day_______________________________vs. #3 Indiana, 0-1 (February 14, 2014) Was shutout at home______________________________________vs. #3 Indiana, 0-1 (February 14, 2014) Was shutout at home by a Big 12 opponent____________________ vs. #24 Oklahoma, 0-8 (May 24, 2013) Was shutout on the road_______________________________________ at #24 TCU, 0-9 (March 21, 2014) Was shutout on the road by a Big 12 opponent_____________________ at #24 TCU, 0-9 (March 21, 2014) Was shutout on a neutral field________________________________ vs. Houston, 0-9 (February 28, 2014) 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 non-conference opponent on a neutral site____ vs. Connecticut, 0-1 (February 24, 2013) Run-ruled an opponent_________________________________ 14-4, 7 inn. vs. Oklahoma (April 27, 2014) Run-ruled an opponent at home__________________________ 14-4, 7 inn. vs. Oklahoma (April 27, 2014) Run-ruled a Big 12 opponent at home_____________________ 14-4, 7 inn. vs. Oklahoma (April 27, 2014) Run-ruled an opponent on the road_____________________ 16-5, 7 inn at Kansas State (March 31, 2007) Run-ruled a Big 12 opponent on the road________________ 16-5, 7 inn at Kansas State (March 31, 2007) Was run-ruled_________________________________________ 2-12, 8 inn. at Kansas State (April 7, 2013) Was run-ruled at home___________________________ 0-10, 7 inn vs. #19 Oklahoma State (May 13, 2007) Was run-ruled by a Big 12 opponent at home________ 0-10, 7 inn vs. #19 Oklahoma State (May 13, 2007) Was run-ruled on the road_______________________________ 2-12, 8 inn. at Kansas State (April 7, 2013) Was run-ruled by a Big 12 opponent on the road_____________ 2-12, 8 inn. at Kansas State (April 7, 2013)

Played in 14 or more innings______________________ 14 innings, vs. #25 Texas (Won, 7-6) (April 6, 2012) Played in 15 or more innings_______________________15 innings, vs. Kansas State (L, 5-7) (April 5, 2002) Played in 16 or more innings____________ 17 innings, at Southeastern Oklahoma (L, 1-2) (April 18, 1966) Played in 17 or more innings____________ 17 innings, at Southeastern Oklahoma (L, 1-2) (April 18, 1966) Won both games of a doubleheader_________________ vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff: 2-0, 5-1 (March 25, 2014) 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) Swept a 3-game series at home________________________________ vs. West Virginia (May 15-17, 2014) Swept a 3-game series at home vs. non-conference opponent____vs. Prairie View A&M (April 17-19, 2014) Swept a 3-game series on the road_____________________________________ at Kansas (May 1-3, 2004) Swept a 3-game Big 12 series at home__________________________ vs. West Virginia (May 15-17, 2014) 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. Arkansas-Pine Bluff in DH (March 25, 2014) 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) Was swept in a 3-game series at home________________________________ vs. #8 TCU (March 4-6, 2011) Was swept in a 3-game series at home vs. non-conference opponent_______ vs. #8 TCU (March 4-6, 2011) Was swept in a 3-game series on the road______________________________ at K-State (April 5-7, 2013) Was swept in a 3-game Big 12 series at home______________ vs. #19 Oklahoma State (May 11-13, 2007) Was swept in a 3-game Big 12 series on the road_________________________ at K-State (April 5-7, 2013) Swept 3 or more Big 12 series in a season__________________________ 3, 2014 (vs. KSU, vs. OU, vs. WVU) 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 Swept Baylor in a 3-game series at home_________________________________________________ 2004 Swept Baylor in a 3-game series on the road____________________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Baylor in a 3-game series at home___________________________________________ 1986 Was swept by Baylor in a 3-game series on the road________________________________________ 2012 Swept Kansas in a 3-game series at home________________________________________________ 2011 Swept Kansas in a 3-game series on the road______________________________________________ 2004 Was swept by Kansas in a 3-game series at home________________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Kansas in a 3-game series on the road________________________________________ 2014 Swept Kansas State in a 3-game series at home____________________________________________ 2014 Swept Kansas State in a 3-game series on the road_________________________________________ 1997 Was swept by Kansas State in a 3-game series at home____________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Kansas State in a 3-game series on the road___________________________________ 2013 Swept Oklahoma in a 3-game series at home______________________________________________ 2014 Swept Oklahoma in a 3-game series on the road___________________________________________ 1999 Was swept by Oklahoma in a 3-game series at home_______________________________________ 2006 Was swept by Oklahoma in a 3-game series on the road_____________________________________ 2011 Swept Oklahoma State in a 3-game series at home_______________________________ Never Happened Swept Oklahoma State in a 3-game series on the road____________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Oklahoma State in a 3-game series at home___________________________________ 2007 Was swept by Oklahoma State in a 3-game series on the road________________________________ 2012 Swept Texas in a 3-game series at home________________________________________ Never Happened Swept Texas in a 3-game series on the road_____________________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Texas in a 3-game series at home____________________________________________ 1992 Was swept by Texas in a 3-game series on the road_________________________________________ 2007 Swept TCU in a 3-game series at home___________________________________________________ 1989 Swept TCU in a 3-game series on the road______________________________________ Never Happened Was swept by TCU in a 3-game series at home_____________________________________________ 2011 Was swept by TCU in a 3-game series on the road__________________________________________ 2010 Swept West Virginia in a 3-game series at home___________________________________________ 2014 Swept West Virginia in a 3-game series on the road_______________________________ Never Happened Was swept by West Virginia in a 3-game series at home___________________________ Never Happened Was swept by West Virginia in a 3-game series on the road_________________________ Never Happened Defeated a Top 25 ranked team_______________________________ at #3 Miami (Fla.), 4-0 (June 2, 2014) Defeated a Top 25 ranked team at home_________________________vs. #12 Texas, 8-4 (March 29, 2014) Defeated a Top 25 ranked team on the road_____________________ at #3 Miami (Fla.), 4-0 (June 2, 2014) Defeated a Top 25 ranked team at a neutral site______________________ vs. #10 Rice, 2-1 (March 2, 2014) Defeated a Top 25 ranked non-conference team_________________ at #3 Miami (Fla.), 4-0 (June 2, 2014) Defeated a Top 25 ranked non-conference team at home_________vs. #3 Indiana, 7-0 (February 14, 2014) Defeated a Top 25 ranked non-conference team on the road_______ at #3 Miami (Fla.), 4-0 (June 2, 2014) Defeated a Top 25 ranked non-conference team at a neutral site________ vs. #10 Rice, 2-1 (March 2, 2014) Defeated a Top 25 ranked Big 12 team_________________________ at #3 Miami (Fla.), 4-0 (June 2, 2014) Defeated a Top 25 ranked Big 12 team at home____________________vs. #12 Texas, 8-4 (March 29, 2014) Defeated a Top 25 ranked Big 12 team on the road_______________ at #3 Miami (Fla.), 4-0 (June 2, 2014) 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 #3 Miami (Fla.), 4-0 (June 2, 2014) Defeated a Top 20 ranked team at home_________________________vs. #12 Texas, 8-4 (March 29, 2014) Defeated a Top 20 ranked team on the road_____________________ at #3 Miami (Fla.), 4-0 (June 2, 2014) Defeated a Top 20 ranked team at a neutral site______________________ vs. #10 Rice, 2-1 (March 2, 2014) Defeated a Top 15 ranked team_______________________________ at #3 Miami (Fla.), 4-0 (June 2, 2014) Defeated a Top 15 ranked team at home_________________________vs. #12 Texas, 8-4 (March 29, 2014) Defeated a Top 15 ranked team on the road_____________________ at #3 Miami (Fla.), 4-0 (June 2, 2014) Defeated a Top 15 ranked team at a neutral site______________________ vs. #10 Rice, 2-1 (March 2, 2014) Defeated a Top 10 ranked team_______________________________ at #3 Miami (Fla.), 4-0 (June 2, 2014) Defeated a Top 10 ranked team at home______________________vs. #3 Indiana, 7-0 (February 14, 2014) Defeated a Top 10 ranked team on the road_____________________ at #3 Miami (Fla.), 4-0 (June 2, 2014) Defeated a Top 10 ranked team at a neutral site______________________ vs. #10 Rice, 2-1 (March 2, 2014) Defeated a Top 5 ranked team________________________________ at #3 Miami (Fla.), 4-0 (June 2, 2014) Defeated a Top 5 ranked team at home_______________________vs. #3 Indiana, 7-0 (February 14, 2014) Defeated a Top 5 ranked team on the road______________________ at #3 Miami (Fla.), 4-0 (June 2, 2014) Defeated a Top 5 ranked team at a neutral site_______________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010) Defeated a #1 ranked team______________________________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010) Defeated a #1 ranked team on the road_________________ at #1 Cal State Fullerton, 11-5 (May 27, 2001) Defeated a #1 ranked team at a neutral site_________________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010) Won a series against a Top 25 ranked team____________ vs. #24 TCU: 0-9, 10-2, 12-2 (March 21-23, 2014) Won a series against a Top 10 ranked team______vs. #3 Indiana: 0-1, 10-5, 6-2, 7-0 (February 14-16, 2014) Won a series against a Top 25 ranked team at home _____ vs. #3 Indiana: 0-1, 10-5, 6-2, 7-0 (February 14-16, 2014) Won a series against a Top 10 ranked team at home______ vs. #3 Indiana: 0-1, 10-5, 6-2, 7-0 (February 14-16, 2014) Won a series against a Top 25 ranked team on the road________ vs. #24 TCU: 0-9, 10-2, 12-2 (March 21-23, 2014) 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)

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball THE LAST TIME A TEXAS TECH TEAM... Hit back-to-back home runs_____________ Jeremy Mayo, Nick Hanslik, vs. UNLV 8th inn. (April 22, 2009) Homered on consecutive pitches_____ Tanner Rindels, Chris Hall, vs. New Mexico State 2nd inn. (April 23, 2008) Hit 2 or more home runs in an inning_________________________ 2, at UCF 3rd inn. (February 23, 2013) Hit 3 or more home runs in an inning______________________3, at Dallas Baptist 2nd inn. (April 9, 2013) Hit 3 or more home runs in a game_______________________________ 3, at Dallas Baptist (May 6, 2014) 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_____________ Tyler Neslony (February 15), Tyler Neslony (February 22, 2014) Hit multiple grand slams in a season_____________________________________ 2, (Tyler Neslony) (2014) Hit 3 or more grand slams in a season_________________________ 3, (Hagen, McGruder, Altobelli) (2008) Hit 4 or more grand slams in a season________________________________4, Blair (3), Edwards (1) (2005) Homered in 3 or more consecutive innings______________ 3, at Dallas Baptist, 5th-6th-7th (May 6, 2014) Homered in 4 or more consecutive games______________________________4 games (May 16-23, 2013) Homered in 5 or more consecutive games__________________________ 6 games (April 24-May 2, 2010) Homered in 6 or more consecutive games__________________________ 6 games (April 24-May 2, 2010) Homered in 7 or more consecutive games____________________________ 7 games (March 10-20, 2010) Homered in 10 or more consecutive games___________________________ 13 games (March 3-23, 2002) Homered in 13 or more consecutive games___________________________ 13 games (March 3-23, 2002) Scored 10 or more runs in 3 consecutive games________________________2010 (February 21-25, 2010) Scored 10 or more runs in 4 consecutive games________________________2007 (February 11-27, 2007) Scored 10 or more runs in 5 consecutive games__________________________ 2000 (February 2-8, 2000) Scored 15 or more runs in a game_______________________________ 18, at Dallas Baptist (May 6, 2014) Scored 20 or more runs in a game_________________________ 20, vs. Stephen F. Austin (March 18, 2014) Scored 25 or more runs in a game___________________________ 25, vs. Alabama A&M (March 14, 2012) Scored 27 or more runs in a game_______________________________ 27, vs. Howard (February 7, 1999) Scored 31 or more runs in a game__________________ 31, vs. College of the Southwest (March 25, 1997) Scored 10 or more runs in a loss___________________________ 12-13, vs. UT Arlington (March 10, 2013) Scored 13 or more runs in a loss_____________________________ 13-14, at New Mexico (April 25, 2012) Scored 15 or more runs in a loss_____________________________ 16-26, vs. Dallas Baptist (May 7, 2005) Scored 16 or more runs in a loss_____________________________ 16-26, vs. Dallas Baptist (May 7, 2005) Scored 17 or more runs in a loss______________________17-23, vs. New Mexico State (February 5, 2000) Scored 18 or more runs in a loss________________________ 18-19, at Lubbock Christian (March 8, 1986) Scored 19 or more runs in a loss________________________________ 19-20, vs. Baylor (March 24, 1984) Scored 20 or more runs in a loss_______________________________________ 20-25, at McMurry (1928) Scored 10 or more unanswered runs____________________________ 18, at Dallas Baptist (May 6, 2014) Scored 15 or more unanswered runs____________________________ 18, at Dallas Baptist (May 6, 2014) Scored 20 or more unanswered runs________________________ 21, vs. Alabama A&M (March 13, 2012) Scored 25 or more unanswered runs____________________________ 25, vs. Howard (January 26, 2001) Scored in 5 consecutive innings______________________ 5, (2nd-6th inn.) vs. Oklahoma (April 27, 2014) Scored in 8 consecutive innings____ 8, (6th-8th inn.-1st-5th inn.) vs. Prairie View A&M (April 18-19, 2014) Scored 5 or more runs in the first inning__________________________ 6, vs. Kansas State (April 13, 2014) Scored 7 or more runs in the first inning_______________________ 7, vs. Abilene Christian (April 8, 2014) Scored 9 or more runs in the first inning__________________________ 9, vs. Kansas State (April 20, 2008) Scored 10 or more runs in the first inning___________________________10, vs. UTSA (February 25, 2008) Scored in the first inning in 4 or more consecutive games______________ 5, 2012 (February 17-24, 2012) Scored in the first inning in 5 or more consecutive games______________ 5, 2012 (February 17-24, 2012) Scored in the first inning in 6 or more consecutive games_________________ 6, 2008 (March 9-18, 2008) Scored 7 or more runs in an inning____________________ 7 (1st inn.), vs. Abilene Christian (April 8, 2014) Scored 8 or more runs in an inning________________ 11 (6th inn.) vs. Stephen F. Austin (March 18, 2014) Scored 9 or more runs in an inning________________ 11 (6th inn.) vs. Stephen F. Austin (March 18, 2014) Scored 10 or more runs in an inning______________________ 10 (5th inn.) vs. Oklahoma (April 27, 2014) Scored 11 or more runs in an inning_______________ 11 (6th inn.) vs. Stephen F. Austin (March 18, 2014) 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_________________ at Dallas Baptist: 3rd (4), 5th (4), 6th (6) (May 6, 2014) 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__________________________ 18, at Dallas Baptist (May 6, 2014) Scored 15 or more runs in a road game__________________________ 18, at Dallas Baptist (May 6, 2014) Scored 20 or more runs in a road game______________________________ 21, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) Scored 24 or more runs in a road game______________________________24, at Baylor (March 23, 1996) Scored 25 or more runs in a road game____________________________ 25, at UTEP (February 24, 1984) Allowed 10 or more runs in a loss_____________________________________ 11, at Kansas (May 2, 2014) Allowed 10 or more runs in a win___________________________________ 15, vs. Missouri (May 2, 2010) Allowed 15 or more runs in a game___________________________________ 15, vs. Baylor (May 18, 2013) Allowed 20 or more runs in a game______________________________ 22, vs. #13 Texas (March 20, 2008) Allowed 7 or more runs in an inning_____________________ 8 (7th inn.), vs. Houston (February 28, 2014) Allowed 8 or more runs in an inning_____________________ 8 (7th inn.), vs. Houston (February 28, 2014) Allowed 9 or more runs in an inning_______________________ 9 (1st inn.), at Kansas State (April 6, 2013) Allowed 10 or more runs in an inning______________________________ 10, vs. Houston (March 7, 2010) Allowed 5 or more runs in the first inning_______________________________ 5, vs. Baylor (May 18, 2013) Allowed 6 or more runs in the first inning___________________________9, at Kansas State (April 6, 2013) Allowed 7 or more runs in the first inning___________________________9, at Kansas State (April 6, 2013) Allowed 8 or more runs in the first inning___________________________9, at Kansas State (April 6, 2013) Allowed 9 or more runs in the first inning___________________________9, at Kansas State (April 6, 2013) Overcame a deficit of 4 or more runs in a win________ 4, vs. Dallas Baptist: 0-4, Won - 5-4 (April 15, 2014) Overcame a deficit of 5 or more runs in a win_____ 5, at New Mexico State: 0-5, Won - 12-7 (May 1, 2012) Overcame a deficit of 6 or more runs in a win_______9, at Dallas Baptist: 0-9, Won - 13-11 (April 14, 2010) Overcame a deficit of 7 or more runs in a win_______9, at Dallas Baptist: 0-9, Won - 13-11 (April 14, 2010) Overcame a deficit of 8 or more runs in a win_______9, at Dallas Baptist: 0-9, Won - 13-11 (April 14, 2010) Overcame a deficit of 9 or more runs in a win_______9, at Dallas Baptist: 0-9, Won - 13-11 (April 14, 2010) Overcame a deficit of 3 or more runs in the 9th to win_____ 5, at #22 Oklahoma State: 2-7, Won - 11-8 (May 16, 2004) Overcame a deficit of 4 or more runs in the 9th to win_____ 5, at #22 Oklahoma State: 2-7, Won - 11-8 (May 16, 2004) Overcame a deficit of 5 or more runs in the 9th to win_____ 5, at #22 Oklahoma State: 2-7, Won - 11-8 (May 16, 2004) Won when trailing after 8 innings in back-to-back games___ at No. 14 Baylor/at Dallas Baptist (March 20, 22, 2011) Squandered a lead of 4 or more runs in a loss____________ 6, vs. Oklahoma: 7-1 - Lost 8-9 (May 22, 2014) Squandered a lead of 5 or more runs in a loss____________ 6, vs. Oklahoma: 7-1 - Lost 8-9 (May 22, 2014) Squandered a lead of 6 or more runs in a loss____________ 6, vs. Oklahoma: 7-1 - Lost 8-9 (May 22, 2014) Squandered a lead of 7 or more runs in a loss_______ 8, at Kansas State: 10-2 - Lost 12-13 (April 17, 2005) Squandered a lead of 8 or more runs in a loss_______ 8, at Kansas State: 10-2 - Lost 12-13 (April 17, 2005) Squandered a multiple-run lead in the 9th in a loss_______ 3, at New Mexico: 13-10 - Lost 13-14 (April 25, 2012) Had 15 or more hits in a game___________________________________ 15, vs. Oklahoma (May 22, 2014) Had 15 or more hits in a win___________________________________ 16, at Dallas Baptist (May 6, 2014) Had 20 or more hits in a win________________________________________ 21, vs. Baylor (May 20, 2013) Had 25 or more hits in a win__________________________ 26, vs. New Mexico Highlands (April 8, 1998) Had 30 or more hits in a game_____________________ 32, vs. College of the Southwest (March 25, 1997) Had 50 or more hits in a Big 12 series_________________________ 51, at #14 Baylor (March 18-20, 2011) Had 15 or more hits in a loss____________________________________ 15, vs. Oklahoma (May 22, 2014) Had 16 or more hits in a loss____________________________ 18, vs. #22 Oklahoma State (May 20, 2011) Had 20 or more hits in a loss___________________________________ 22, at #14 Baylor (March 19, 2011)

Had at least 15 hits in back-to-back games______15 hits, 16 hits vs. Florida Gulf Coast (March 20-21, 2012) Had at least 19 hits in back-to-back games________ 19 hits, 23 hits vs. Alabama A&M (March 13-14, 2012) Had at least 10 hits in 5 or more consecutive games__________________ 6 games (April 24-May 2, 2010) Had at least 10 hits in 6 or more consecutive games__________________ 6 games (April 24-May 2, 2010) Had at least 10 hits in 9 or more consecutive games_____________ 9 games (February 14-March 3, 2006) Had at least 10 hits in 10 or more consecutive games_________________ 10 games (February 1-18, 2003) Had 4 or more consecutive hits_____________ 5 (HR-1B-1B-1B-1B), vs. Oklahoma, 5th inn. (April 26, 2014) Had 5 or more consecutive hits_____________ 5 (HR-1B-1B-1B-1B), vs. Oklahoma, 5th inn. (April 26, 2014) 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________________ 14 hits, vs. Oklahoma (April 29, 2014) Had 7 or more consecutive batters reach base safely________________ 9, vs. Baylor, 4th inn. (May 16, 2013) Had 8 or more consecutive batters reach base safely________________ 9, vs. Baylor, 4th inn. (May 16, 2013) Had 9 or more consecutive batters reach base safely________________ 9, vs. Baylor, 4th inn. (May 16, 2013) Had 5 or more extra-base hits in an inning______________________7, at Kansas, 2nd inn. (April 25, 2010) Had 6 or more extra-base hits in an inning______________________7, at Kansas, 2nd inn. (April 25, 2010) Had 7 or more extra-base hits in an inning______________________7, at Kansas, 2nd inn. (April 25, 2010) Had 7 or more extra-base hits in a game_________________________ 7, vs. Kansas State (April 13, 2014) 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. Kansas State (April 12, 2014) Had not allowed an extra-base hit in a Big 12 game__________________ vs. Kansas State (April 12, 2014) Had all 9 starters score a run in a game________________________ 14 runs, vs. Oklahoma (April 27, 2014) Had all 9 starters with a base hit in a game_____________________ 14 hits, vs. Oklahoma (April 27, 2014) Had 3 players score 3 runs each in a game______ S. Smith (4), Burleson (3), Lyons (3) at Dallas Baptist (May 6, 2014) Had 5 players with 3 hits _______Smith (4), Barrios (3), Kirsch (3), Long (3), Randolph (3), vs. New Mexico (March 4, 2014) Had 5 or more players score multiple runs in a game________________ 6, at Dallas Baptist (May 6, 2014) Had 6 or more players score multiple runs in a game________________ 6, at Dallas Baptist (May 6, 2014) Had 7 or more players scored multiple runs in a game_________ 7, vs. Stephen F. Austin (March 18, 2014) Had 7 or more players finish with a multi-hit game_________________________ 7, vs. Baylor (May 16, 2013) Had 8 or more players finish with a multi-hit game_________________________ 8, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) Had 5 or more doubles in a game_________________________________ 5, vs. Oklahoma (May 22, 2014) Had 6 or more doubles in a game_______________________________ 7, vs. Kansas State (April 13, 2014) Had 7 or more doubles in a game_______________________________ 7, vs. Kansas State (April 13, 2014) Had 10 or more doubles in a game__________________________________ 12, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) Allowed 5 or more doubles in a game______________________________ 5, at #24 TCU (March 21, 2014) Allowed 6 or more doubles in a game_______________________________6, vs. BYU (February 24, 2011) Allowed 7 or more doubles in a game_________________________________ 7, vs. Baylor (May 17, 2008) Had 3 or more triples in a game_____________________________ 3, vs. Abilene Christian (April 8, 2014) Had 4 or more triples in a game___________________________ 5, vs. New Mexico State (March 7, 2014) Had 5 or more triples in a game___________________________ 5, vs. New Mexico State (March 7, 2014) Allowed 2 or more triples in a game_______________________________ 2, vs. Oklahoma (April 26, 2014) Allowed 3 or more triples in a game_________________________ 4, at #10 Arizona State (March 6, 2012) Allowed 4 or more triples in a game_________________________ 4, at #10 Arizona State (March 6, 2012) Allowed 3 or more home runs in a game___________________ 3, vs. Sam Houston State (March 1, 2014) Allowed 4 or more home runs in a game___________________________4, at Kansas State (April 6, 2013) Allowed 5 or more home runs in a game___________________________ 7, vs. Gonzaga (March 10, 2010) Allowed 6 or more home runs in a game___________________________ 7, vs. Gonzaga (March 10, 2010) Allowed 7 or more home runs in a game___________________________ 7, vs. Gonzaga (March 10, 2010) Did not draw a walk in a game__________________________________________at Kansas (May 4, 2014) Combined with opponent to allow 0 walks in a game_______________at Oklahoma State (April 22, 2012) Walked 10 or more times in a game________________________ 10, vs. Prairie View A&M (April 19, 2014) 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________________________________________ vs. New Mexico (April 1, 2014) Allowed 0 walks in back-to-back games___________________________ vs. Texas State (March 7-8, 2003) Allowed 1 walk in a 3-game series__________________________________ vs. Iowa State (April 7-8, 2001) Allowed 10 or more walks in a game__________________________________ 12, vs. Baylor (May 18, 2011) Allowed 14 or more walks in a game_____________________________14, at Kansas State (April 17, 2005) Did not strikeout in a game_____________________________________________at Kansas (May 3, 2014) Struck out 10 or more times in a game_____________________________ 15, at #24 TCU (March 23, 2014) Struck out 15 or more times in a game_____________________________ 15, at #24 TCU (March 23, 2014) 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_______________________ 12, at Kansas (May 2, 2014) Struck out 15 or more opposing batters in a game__________17, vs. Northern Illinois (February 15, 2013) Struck out 20 or more opposing batters in a game_____________ 20, at #22 Texas A&M (March 14, 2008) Struck out 8 or more opposing batters in 5 consecutive games________________5, February 17-24, 2012 Pitching staff held opponent scoreless for 10 consecutive inn. in a game___ 10, vs. UConn (February 24, 2013) Pitching staff held opponents 12 or more consecutive scoreless innings________ 19, May 30-June 1, 2014 Pitching staff held opponents 15 or more consecutive scoreless innings________ 19, May 30-June 1, 2014 Pitching staff held opponents 19 or more consecutive scoreless innings____________19, May 30-June 1, 2014 Had 5 or more hit batters in a game__________________________ 6, vs. Alabama A&M (March 14, 2012) Had 6 or more hit batters in a game__________________________ 6, vs. Alabama A&M (March 14, 2012) Allowed 5 or more hit batters in a game_______________________________5, at Baylor (March 18, 2012) Allowed 6 or more hit batters in a game_______________________________ 6, at Missouri (April 1, 2005) Had 5 or more stolen bases in a game___________________________ 5, vs. Utah Valley (March 13, 2013) Had 6 or more stolen bases in a game________________________ 7, vs. Alabama A&M (March 13, 2012) Had 7 or more stolen bases in a game________________________ 7, vs. Alabama A&M (March 13, 2012) Had 8 or more stolen bases in a game_________________ 8, vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (April 2, 2008) Had 10 or more stolen bases in a game_______________________ 10, vs. #13 Oklahoma (April 24, 2004) Left 13 or more runners on base____________________________ 13, vs. Abilene Christian (April 8, 2014) Left 14 or more runners on base__________________________ 16, vs. New Mexico State (March 8, 2014) Left 15 or more runners on base__________________________ 16, vs. New Mexico State (March 8, 2014) Left 16 or more runners on base__________________________ 16, vs. New Mexico State (March 8, 2014) Hit into 3 or more double plays____________________________________ 3, vs. Columbia (May 30, 2014) Hit into 4 or more double plays______________________________5, vs. Oral Roberts (February 23, 2014) Hit into 5 or more double plays______________________________5, vs. Oral Roberts (February 23, 2014) Turned 3 or more double plays__________________________________4, at Oral Roberts (April 29, 2014) Turned 4 or more double plays__________________________________4, at Oral Roberts (April 29, 2014) Committed 4 or more errors in a game___________________________ 4, vs. Kansas State (April 13, 2014) 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___ 3 pitchers (Sadberry, Damron, Brown) vs. Prairie View A&M (April 19, 2014) Combined on a three-hitter__________________ 2 pitchers (Cameron Smith/Corey Taylor) at Baylor (March 16, 2014)

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

Hit back-to-back home runs____________ Jeremy Mayo & Nick Hanslik, vs. UNLV 8th inn. (April 22, 2009) Hit a home run to lead off a game________________________ Doug Thennis at UTSA (February 25, 2008) Hit a home run for first career base hit__________ Adam Kirsch (2-run) vs. #3 Indiana (February 15, 2014) Hit an inside-the-park home run_______ Devon Conley (3-run) vs. Northern Colorado (February 16, 2013) Hit a pinch-hit home run______________________ Bonham Hough (2-run) vs. Gonzaga (March 10, 2010) Hit a grand slam_____________________________________Eric Gutierrez at Dallas Baptist (May 6, 2014) Hit 2 grand slams in a week_________Tyler Neslony vs. #3 Indiana/vs. Oral Roberts (Feb. 15/Feb. 22, 2014) Hit a grand slam on the road___________________________Eric Gutierrez at Dallas Baptist (May 6, 2014) Hit a grand slam for first career home run_____________Tyler Neslony vs. #3 Indiana (February 15, 2014) Hit a grand slam (freshman)_______________________ Tim Proudfoot vs. Alabama A&M (March 14, 2012) Hit 2 grand slams in a season______________________________________________ Tyler Neslony (2014) Hit 3 grand slams in a season______________________________________________Cameron Blair (2005) Hit a home run in the 9th inning to tie game_______________ Stephen Hagen vs. Kansas (April 29, 2011) Hit a game-winning home run____________ Adam Kirsch vs. West Virginia (2nd, Solo HR) (May 15, 2014) 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 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______________________Eric Gutierrez at Dallas Baptist (May 6, 2014) 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______________ Eric Gutierrez vs. Oklahoma, 3rd and 5th (April 27, 2014) Homered in consecutive games_____________________Adam Kirsch vs. West Virginia (May 16-17, 2014) Homered in 3 consecutive games________________________ Eric Gutierrez vs. Baylor (May 16-18, 2013) Homered in 4 consecutive games____ Eric Gutierrez vs. Baylor (May 16-18), vs. #15 Kansas State (May 23, 2013) Hit for the cycle________________Chris Richburg vs. New Mexico State (@ Roswell, N.M.) (April 23, 2008) Hit for the natural cycle_____________ Jon Weber (1B, 2B, BB, 3B, HR) vs. Southwest Texas (April 20, 1999) Hit for the cycle in a Big 12 game_____________________________________________ Never Happened Hit for the cycle in a non-Big 12 game___ Chris Richburg vs. New Mexico State (@ Roswell, N.M.) (April 23, 2008) Had a 10-game hit streak___________________________ Tyler Neslony 19 games (April 17-May 30, 2014) Had a 15-game hit streak___________________________ Tyler Neslony 19 games (April 17-May 30, 2014) Had a 19-game hit streak___________________________ Tyler Neslony 19 games (April 17-May 30, 2014) Had a 20-game hit streak____________________________ Cameron Blair 20 games (April 3-May 9, 2004) Had a 25-game hit streak___________________________ Gera Alvarez 30 games (March 3-April 27, 2002) Had a 30-game hit streak___________________________ Gera Alvarez 30 games (March 3-April 27, 2002) Reached base safely in at least 25 consecutive games_____________Tyler Neslony 34 games (March 25-June 2, 2014) Reached base safely in at least 30 consecutive games_____________Tyler Neslony 34 games (March 25-June 2, 2014) Reached base safely in at least 35 consecutive games______Jamodrick McGruder 39 games (May 23, 2010-April 15, 2011) Reached base safely in at least 40 consecutive games____________Cameron Blair 53 games (May 22, 2004-May 16, 2005) Reached base safely in at least 50 consecutive games____________Cameron Blair 53 games (May 22, 2004-May 16, 2005) Reached base safely in at least 53 consecutive games____________Cameron Blair 53 games (May 22, 2004-May 16, 2005) Reached base in 7 or more consecutive plate appearances_________ Jake Barrios, 8 (March 16-18, 2013) Reached base in 8 or more consecutive plate appearances_________ Jake Barrios, 8 (March 16-18, 2013) Reached base in 9 or more consecutive plate appearances_____________ Brett Bell, 9 (April 21-23, 2013) Had a walk-off base hit_______________________ Eric Gutierrez (2B to LC in 9th) vs. Columbia (May 30, 2014) Had a walk-off base hit in extra-innings____Hunter Redman (1B to LC in 11th) vs. West Virginia (May 15, 2014) Had a walk-off base-on-balls_______Scott LeJeune (BB w/bases loaded in 9th) vs. #20 Arizona State (March 19, 2013) Had 7 or more at-bats in a game____ Reid Redman/Scott LeJeune/Bo Altobelli, 7, at #9 Texas A&M (May 6, 2012) Had 4 or more hits in a game__________________________ Tyler Neslony 4, vs. Oklahoma (May 22, 2014) Had 5 or more hits in a game_______________________ Anthony Lyons 5, at Dallas Baptist (May 6, 2014) Had 6 or more hits in a game_____________________________ Keith Ginter 6, vs. Kansas (April 10, 1998) Scored 4 or more runs in a game_____________________Stephen Smith 4, at Dallas Baptist (May 6, 2014) 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 3 or more doubles in a game______________________ Adam Kirsch 3, at Oral Roberts (April 29, 2014) Hit 2 or more triples in a game____________ Jamodrick McGruder 2, vs. #27 Oklahoma (March 23, 2012) Hit 3 or more triples in a game_____________Jason Rainey 3, vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (May 1, 2001) Hit a triple in consecutive games_____________ Bryant Burleson vs. New Mexico State (March 6-7, 2014) Had 3 or more extra-base hits in a game_______ Bryant Burleson 3, at Oral Roberts (3 2B) (April 29, 2014) Had 4 or more extra-base hits in a game___Roger Kieschnick 4, vs. Army (2 2B, 1 3B, 1 HR) (February 24, 2008) Had 5 or more extra-base hits in a game____ Roger Kieschnick 5, at New Mexico (2 HR, 2 2B, 1 3B) (February 27, 2007) Had 5 or more RBI in a game_________________________ Eric Gutierrez 6, at Dallas Baptist (May 6, 2014) Had 6 or more RBI in a game_________________________ Eric Gutierrez 6, at Dallas Baptist (May 6, 2014) 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__________________Stephen Smith 4, vs. Abilene Christian (April 8, 2014) Had 5 or more walks in a game__________________Todd Ritchie 5, at #20 Oklahoma State (April 5, 2014) 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___________________________________________ Zach Davis vs. #12 Texas (March 30, 2014) 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_____________________ Ryan Long 4, at Dallas Baptist (May 6, 2014) 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 Northridge (1st inn.) (February 28, 2009)

PITCHING:

Had 5 or more consecutive scoreless outings____________ Ryan Moseley, 7 (February 22-March 15, 2014) Had 6 or more consecutive scoreless outings____________ Ryan Moseley, 7 (February 22-March 15, 2014) Had 7 or more consecutive scoreless outings____________ Ryan Moseley, 7 (February 22-March 15, 2014) Had 8 or more consecutive scoreless outings______________ Jonny Drozd, 9 (May 5, 2013-March 2, 2014) Had 9 or more consecutive scoreless outings______________ Jonny Drozd, 9 (May 5, 2013-March 2, 2014) Had 10 or more consecutive scoreless outings_____________ Adrian Soto, 10 (February 24-May 12, 2002) Had a scoreless streak of at least 10 innings______________________ Dylan Dusek, 18.2 (May 6-30, 2014) Had a scoreless streak of at least 15 innings______________________ Dylan Dusek, 18.2 (May 6-30, 2014) Had a scoreless streak of at least 20 innings____________ Jonny Drozd, 28.0 (May 5, 2013-March 4, 2014) Had a scoreless streak of at least 25 innings____________ Jonny Drozd, 28.0 (May 5, 2013-March 4, 2014) Had a scoreless streak of at least 30 innings_____________Trey Masek, 32.1 (February 16-March 16, 2013) Threw a 7-inning no-hitter________________ Ramey Brandon vs. Eastern New Mexico - 2-0 (April 2, 1962) Threw a 9-inning no-hitter_____________________________ Ruben Garcia at Baylor - 1-0 (April 23, 1971) Carried a no-hitter through 5.0 or more innings___Matt Withrow, 5.1 IP, vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (March 25, 2014) Carried a no-hitter through 5.1 or more innings___Matt Withrow, 5.1 IP, vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (March 25, 2014) Carried a no-hitter through 6.0 or more innings_______ Nathan Fouts, 6.1 IP, vs. Texas State (February 17, 2002) Retired 17 or more consecutive hitters____ 19, Trey Masek, 8.0 IP (2nd-to-8th), vs. UT Arlington (March 9, 2013) Retired 17 or more consecutive hitters in relief______ 17, Brennan Stewart, 6.1 IP, vs. UTSA (April 5, 2011) Pitched 10 or more consecutive innings without allowing a walk________ Jonny Drozd, 15.1 IP (April 22-May 15, 2014) Pitched 15 or more consecutive innings without allowing a walk________ Jonny Drozd, 15.1 IP (April 22-May 15, 2014) Pitched 20 or more consecutive innings without allowing a walk________Dylan Dusek, 23.0 IP (March 11-April 8, 2014) Pitched 25 or more consecutive innings without allowing a walk____ Chris Sadberry, 26.1 IP (February 15-March 15, 2014) Pitched 50 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run_____ Jonny Drozd, 86.2 IP, (May 5, 2013-June 1, 2014) Pitched 60 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run_____ Jonny Drozd, 86.2 IP, (May 5, 2013-June 1, 2014) Pitched 70 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run_____ Jonny Drozd, 86.2 IP, (May 5, 2013-June 1, 2014) Pitched 80 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run________ Jonny Drozd, 86.2 IP, (May 5, 2013-June 1, 2014) Pitched 90 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run______ Trey Masek, 132.2 IP, (May 26, 2011-May 23, 2013) Pitched 100 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run_____ Trey Masek, 132.2 IP, (May 26, 2011-May 23, 2013) Pitched 110 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run_____ Trey Masek, 132.2 IP, (May 26, 2011-May 23, 2013) Pitched 120 or more consecutive IP without allowing a home run_____ Trey Masek, 132.2 IP, (May 26, 2011-May 23, 2013) Struck out the side in the first inning__________________ Ryan Moseley at #3 Miami (Fla.) (June 1, 2014) Struck out the side in the ninth inning____________________ Dominic Moreno vs. Baylor (May 17, 2013) Struck out 4 or more batters in an inning______Dominic Moreno (8th inn.) vs. Prairie View A&M (April 17, 2014) Struck out 4 or more consecutive hitters________ 4, Dominic Moreno vs. Prairie View A&M (April 17, 2014) Struck out 5 or more consecutive hitters______ 5, Daniel Coulombe, vs. Northern Illinois (February 25, 2012) Struck out at least 2 hitters in 5 or more innings in one game_____5, Corey Taylor, vs. Utah Valley (March 13, 2013) Struck out at least 2 hitters in 6 or more innings in one game_______6, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) Had at least one strikeout in 7 consecutive innings in one game_____ 7, Dominic Moreno, at Baylor (March 14, 2014) Had at least one strikeout in 8 consecutive innings in one game_____8, Trey Masek, vs. La Salle (March 2, 2013) Struck out at least 10 batters in 3 outings during season____________________________ Miles Morgan, 2006 Struck out 10 or more batters in a game______ 10, Matt Withrow, vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (March 25, 2014) Struck out 11 or more batters in a game______________ 12, Corey Taylor, vs. Utah Valley (March 13, 2013) Struck out 12 or more batters in a game______________ 12, Corey Taylor, vs. Utah Valley (March 13, 2013) Struck out 13 or more batters in a game__________________ 16, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) Struck out 14 or more batters in a game__________________ 16, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) Struck out 15 or more batters in a game__________________ 16, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) Struck out 16 or more batters in a game__________________ 16, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) Struck out 6 or more batters in a game in relief_____ 7, Dominic Moreno, vs. Prairie View A&M (April 17, 2013) Struck out 7 or more batters in a game in relief_____ 7, Dominic Moreno, vs. Prairie View A&M (April 17, 2013) Struck out 8 or more batters in a game in relief___________9, Steve Rowe, vs. Kansas State (April 5, 2002) Struck out 9 or more batters in a game in relief___________9, Steve Rowe, vs. Kansas State (April 5, 2002) Pitched 7.0 IP or more in career debut (starter)_______ 7.0 IP, Rusty Shellhorn, vs. Tennessee Tech (February 19, 2011) Pitched 7.0 IP or more in Big 12 career debut (starter)_____________ 7.1, Corey Taylor, vs. TCU (March 29, 2013) Pitched 7.1 IP or more in Big 12 career debut (starter)_____________ 7.1, Corey Taylor, vs. TCU (March 29, 2013) Struck out 6 or more batters in a career debut (starter)____11, Dominic Moreno, vs. Northern Illinois (February 15, 2013) Struck out 7 or more batters in a career debut (starter)____11, Dominic Moreno, vs. Northern Illinois (February 15, 2013) Struck out 8 or more batters in a career debut (starter)____11, Dominic Moreno, vs. Northern Illinois (February 15, 2013) Struck out 9 or more batters in a career debut (starter)____11, Dominic Moreno, vs. Northern Illinois (February 15, 2013) Struck out 10 or more batters in a career debut (starter)___11, Dominic Moreno, vs. Northern Illinois (February 15, 2013) Struck out 11 or more batters in a career debut (starter)___11, Dominic Moreno, vs. Northern Illinois (February 15, 2013) Pitched a complete-game loss________________ Trey Masek (8.0 IP) vs. #15 Kansas State (May 23, 2013) Pitched a 7-inning, complete game_______________________ Dusty Buck vs. #17 Baylor (May 19, 2002) Pitched 9 or more innings______________________ 9.0, Cameron Smith at #3 Miami (Fla.) (June 2, 2014) Pitched 9 or more scoreless innings______________ 9.0, Cameron Smith at #3 Miami (Fla.) (June 2, 2014) Pitched a 9-inning, complete game______________ 9.0, Cameron Smith at #3 Miami (Fla.) (June 2, 2014) Pitched a 9-inning, complete-game shutout__________9.0, Cameron Smith at #3 Miami (Fla.) (June 2, 2014) Pitched 8 or more innings in 4 consecutive starts__________ 4, Trey Masek (February 24-March 16, 2013) Pitched back-to-back scoreless starts_____Cameron Smith vs. West Virginia (May 17), at #3 Miami (Fla.) (June 2, 2014) Pitched back-to-back scoreless Big 12 starts______ Jonny Drozd vs. Oklahoma State (May 5, 2013), vs. Baylor (May 17, 2013) Pitched 3 consecutive scoreless starts____Cameron Smith at DBU (May 6), vs. West Virginia (May 17), at #3 Miami (Fla.) (June 2, 2014) Pitched 4 consecutive scoreless starts_____4, Trey Masek vs. BYU (February 16, 2013), vs. UConn (February 24), vs. La Salle (March 2), vs. UT Arlington (March 9) Pitched back-to-back complete games in a DH______ A.J. Ramos/Chad Bettis at #11 Oklahoma (April 11, 2009) Started in back-to-back games_____Chris Sadberry, 2014 - vs. Oklahoma (May 22), vs. Columbia (May 30) Pitched 2 CG in Big 12 play_____ 2, Duke von Schamann, vs. #27 Oklahoma (March 23, 2012), at Kansas (March 30, 2012) Pitched 3 CG in Big 12 play_____ 3, Miles Morgan, vs. #16 Texas (March 18, 2006), vs. #24 Baylor (March 31, 2006), at #6 Texas (April 13, 2006) Pitched back-to-back CG______Duke von Schamann, vs. #27 Oklahoma (March 23, 2012), at Kansas (March 30, 2012) Pitched 3 consecutive CG____ Chris Phillips at New Mexico (February 2, 2002), vs. TCU (February 7, 2002), vs. Houston (February 15, 2002)

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2014 Texas Tech Baseball NOTES:

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2014 TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS NCAA Lubbock Super Regional Game Notes

No. 10 Texas Tech - NCAA Lubbock Super Regional Game Notes - June 7-9, 2014  

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