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TEXAS TECH RED RAIDER BASEBALL

Associate Director/Communications: Scott Lacefield ● C: (817) 691-3786 ● O: (806) 742-2770 ● F: (806) 742-1970 ● Email: scott.lacefield@ttu.edu Texas Tech Athletics Communications ● 6th St. and Boston Ave. - Room 117 ● Lubbock, Texas 79409-3021 ● www.texastech.com

GAMES 54-56

2011 SCHEDULE/RESULTS FEBRUARY 18 # WESTERN MICHIGAN_______________W, 8-0 19 # NORTHWESTERN___________________W, 6-1 19 # UTAH VALLEY______________________W, 6-2 20 # NORTHWESTERN___________________W, 8-2 24 ^ BYU______________________________W, 7-4 25 ^ BYU______________________________ L, 3-8 26 ^ NORTHERN ILLINOIS______________ W, 15-3 27 ^ NORTHERN ILLINOIS______________ W, 14-8

TEXAS TECH vs. OKLAHOMA STATE May 20-23, 2011 ● Lubbock, Texas

First Pitch: _________Fri: 6:30 p.m., Sat: 5 p.m., Sun: 1 p.m. Stadium________________________Dan Law Field (4,466) Surface__________________________________ FieldTurf Dimensions:________________330 (LF), 404 (CF), 330 (RF) All-Time Series____________Oklahoma State leads, 29-23 Last Meeting:_________ TTU defeated OSU (5-3) - 4/11/10

MARCH 1 UNLV_____________________________W, 9-4 2 UNLV_____________________________ L, 3-4 4 #8 TCU____________________________ L, 0-7 5 #8 TCU____________________________ L, 6-8 6 #8 TCU____________________________ L, 1-8 11 + IOWA_____________________________W, 9-7 12 + TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI_______ L, 5-14 12 + IOWA_____________________________W, 6-4 13 + TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI________W, 6-5 15 + TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI________W, 9-7 18 * at #14 Baylor_______________________ W, 6-5 19 * at #14 Baylor_____________________ L, 13-14 20 * at #14 Baylor__________________ W, 10-6 (10) 22 at Dallas Baptist_____________________ W, 7-6 25 * NEBRASKA_______________________ L, 5-15 26 * NEBRASKA______________________ W, 10-8 27 * NEBRASKA________________________W, 3-0

TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS

APRIL 1 * at #7 Oklahoma____________________ L, 1-10 2 * at #7 Oklahoma____________________ L, 1-11 3 * at #7 Oklahoma______________________L, 5-8 5 vs. UTSA___________________________ W, 8-2 5 vs. UTSA__________________________ W, 11-6 8 * #5 TEXAS A&M_________________W, 4-3 (12) 9 * #5 TEXAS A&M_____________________ L, 4-5 10 * #5 TEXAS A&M____________________ L, 8-14 12 at New Mexico______________________ W, 4-1 13 at New Mexico______________________ W, 7-6 15 * at #4 Texas__________________________L, 1-4 16 * at #4 Texas_________________________ W, 2-1 17 * at #4 Texas__________________________L, 1-3 18 at Texas State_______________________ W, 8-5 21 * at Kansas State______________________L, 1-2 22 * at Kansas State______________________L, 3-4 23 * at Kansas State______________________L, 1-4 26 NEW MEXICO______________________W, 6-1 27 NEW MEXICO______________________ L, 4-8 29 * KANSAS_______________________W, 3-2 (10) 30 * KANSAS___________________________W, 9-4

OKLAHOMA STATE COWBOYS

Overall Record:______________________________ 31-22 Conference Record:__________________________ 10-14 Home Record:___________________________ 19-11 Away Record:____________________________ 10-11 Neutral Record:____________________________ 2-0 Last 5/Last 10:__________________________3-2/6-4 Streak:_____________________________________ Lost 1 Rankings:________ BA: NR/CB: NR/NCBWA: NR/ESPN: NR Website:_______________________ www.texastech.com Head Coach:__________________________ Dan Spencer Career Record:___________________84-83 (3rd year) Record at Texas Tech:______________84-83 (3rd year)

Overall Record:______________________________ 33-19 Conference Record:__________________________ 13-10 Home Record:____________________________ 25-7 Away Record:______________________________ 4-9 Neutral Record:____________________________ 4-2 Last 5/Last 10:__________________________1-4/4-6 Streak:_____________________________________ Lost 3 Rankings:______ BA: #22/CB: #23/NCBWA: #28/ESPN: NR Website:_________________________ www.okstate.com Head Coach:________________________Frank Anderson Career Record:_________________295-177 (8th year) Record at School:_______________295-177 (8th year)

FIRST PITCH

INSIDE THE SERIES

Texas Tech will play its final home series while closing out the regular season hosting No. 22 Oklahoma State for a three-game series at Dan Law Field, May 20-22. The Red Raiders need one win to clinch their third straight trip to the Big 12 Championships while the Cowboys are looking to improve their tournament seed as they enter the weekend as the No. 4 seed in the upcoming Big 12 tourney. Texas Tech is also looking to win 20 home games for the second straight season, currently sitting 19-11 at home.

Texas Tech and Oklahoma State meet for the 15th consecutive season - all during Big 12 era - as the Cowboys lead the all-time series 29-23. Oklahoma State holds a 13-11 edge in games played in Lubbock. OSU has won two straight series over Tech in Lubbock while last season Tech took two out of three over OSU in Stillwater. Tech is riding a two-game win streak in the series, despite Oklahoma State winning 11 of the last 15 games overall. Two of the last three games have been decided by two runs or fewer.

TEXAS TECH PROJECTED LINEUP 8 - BARRETT BARNES .278 - 8 - 34

10 - DAVID PAIZ

36 - ANDRE WHEELER

.293 - 2 - 24

MAY 1 * KANSAS___________________________W, 8-7 3 DALLAS BAPTIST__________________ L, 1-11 10 at Michigan________________________ W, 8-2 11 at Michigan________________________ W, 6-4 13 * at Missouri________________________ L, 1-11 14 * at Missouri_________________________ W, 6-4 15 * at Missouri__________________________L, 3-4 20 * #22 OKLAHOMA STATE___________ 6:30 p.m. 21 * #22 OKLAHOMA STATE______________5 p.m. 22 * #22 OKLAHOMA STATE________ 1 p.m./KMYL 25-29 Big 12 Championships_________________TBA JUNE 3-6 NCAA Regionals______________________TBA 10-13 NCAA Super Regionals_________________TBA 18-29 College World Series___________________TBA ALL TIMES ARE CENTRAL BOLD Home games played at Dan Law Field * Big 12 Conference Game # Red Raider Classic (Lubbock, Texas) ^ Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic (Lubbock, Texas) + Texas Tech Invitational (Lubbock, Texas) FSN Fox Sports Net SSN Sooner Sports Network TTSN Texas Tech Sports Network KMYL My Lubbock TV

Television___________________My Lubbock TV (Sunday) Network Radio_____________ Texas Tech Sports Network Live Audio/Video________________ www.TexasTech.com Live Stats (GameTracker)__________ www.TexasTech.com Gameday Blog__________________ www.TexasTech.com Gameday Central________________ www.TexasTech.com

.247 - 0 - 9

4 - KELBY TOMLINSON

7 - NICK POPESCU

6 - REID REDMAN

12 - STEPHEN HAGEN

.303 - 1 - 42

.315 - 0 - 32

.279 - 1 - 25

.268 - 6 - 38

5 - BO ALTOBELLI .322 - 0 - 19

9 - KEVIN WHITEHEAD

2011 Statistics BA - HR - RBI

.231 - 2 - 10

Friday, May 20 Pitcher David Paiz (RHP) Mike Strong (LHP)

W-L ERA K/BB 3-4 5.44 29/17 5-1 2.81 68/19

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PROBABLE STARTERS Saturday, May 21 Pitcher Trey Masek (RHP) Brad Propst (RHP)

W-L ERA K/BB 4-3 4.50 30/27 7-4 2.97 51/15

Sunday, May 22 Pitcher W-L ERA K/BB Duke von Schamann (RHP) 4-0 4.46 16/7 TBA

N/A N/A N/A

RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL MEDIA INFORMATION

QUICK FACTS

TEXASTECH.COM This 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, photos and much more can be found here throughout the 2011 baseball season.

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION School_____________________ Texas Tech University Location________________________ Lubbock, Texas Founded________________________________ 1923 Enrollment_____________________________ 31,637 Nickname__________________________ Red Raiders School Colors____________________ Scarlet & Black Affiliation_______________________NCAA Division I Conference_____________________________ Big 12 Chancellor_____________ Kent Hance (Texas Tech ‘65) President_____________ Dr. Guy Bailey (Alabama ‘72) Director of Athletics___ Gerald Myers (Texas Tech ‘59) Faculty Representative_____________ Brian Shannon Athletic Department Phone_________ (806) 742-3355 Ticket Office_____________________ (806) 742-4412

TEXAS TECH SPORTS NETWORK For the 18th consecutive year, the entire Texas Tech baseball game schedule will be broadcast live on the Texas Tech Sports Network and made available to its statewide affiliates. The Voice of Texas Tech Baseball, Robert Giovannetti, will handle the play-by-play duties while Dr. Mike Gustafson will provide color commentary. Giovannetti has a 30-minute pre-game show and interviews players and coaches following each game. Games will be carried locally on the flagship station of the Texas Tech Sports Network, Double T 104.3 FM and in Hobbs, N.M. on 1390 AM. Fans who are located outside of the listening areas can follow the Red Raiders online through RaiderVision All-Access at www.texastech.com. Live audio is streamed for every game both home and on the road. RED RAIDER BASEBALL WITH DAN SPENCER WEEKLY RADIO SHOW Fans and media alike can listen to Red Raider Baseball with Dan Spencer (radio show) beginning on Thursday, February 17. The show will be hosted by Robert Giovannetti and will air live on KTTU 104.3 FM between 6 and 7 p.m. The show will air live on location at Rudy’s Country Store and Bar-B-Q on South Loop 289 and Slide Road. Radio Show dates: March 14... March 24... March 28... April 25... April 28... May 2... May 9... May 16... May 30. BIG 12 CONFERENCE The baseball media contact for the Big 12 Conference is Carmen Branch. She can be reached by e-mail at carmen@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 during the 2011 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, and sports directors of radio and television stations who broadcast regularly scheduled daily sports reports and talk shows. - Credentials can be picked up in the Athletics Communications Office (south end of Jones AT&T Stadium) or at will call. DAN SPENCER & PLAYER INTERVIEWS Practices are open to the media and the public. Practices will normally begin at 2:15 p.m. and end around 5 p.m. Requested interviews will begin on the field down the left-field line 30 minutes prior to the start of practice. The normally scheduled off day is Monday. To arrange a phone interview with Dan Spencer contact Scott Lacefield. Coach Spencer is available for interviews before each practice and following each game. The Texas Tech clubhouse is closed to the media. Texas Tech players and coaches will be made available in front of the Texas Tech dugout following a brief cooling off period following a game. VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS Texas Tech Athletics will provide video highlights of all home games through an FTP site hosted by Texas Tech University. Members of the media can download files in QuickTime format that are of broadcast quality. Highlights will be made available on the FTP site no later than 90 mintues following the conclusion of the game. Texas Tech will make every efffort to have highlights available as quickly as possible. For login information, please contact Scott Lacefield.

PLAYER TO WATCH

HISTORY First Year of Baseball______________ 1926, then 1954 All-Time Record (Years)__________1,413-1,116-8 (61) No. Years in CWS/Last App__________________ None NCAA Regionals______________ 9 (1995-2002, 2004) Hosted NCAA Regionals________ 3 (1996, 1997, 1999) Last Opponent / Result________ Georgia Tech / L, 5-3 STADIUM INFORMATION Home Field_______________________ Dan Law Field Surface______________________________ FieldTurf Capacity________________________________ 4,466 Record (since Dan Law Field - 1988)_ 575-183-1 (.759) Dimensions________________ 330-LF, 405-CF, 330-RF Fence Height____________________________ 12 feet Press Box Telephone_______________ (806) 742-3688 COACHING STAFF Head Coach_______ Dan Spencer (Portland State ‘90) Career Record / years___________________ 53-61 / 2 Record at TTU / years___________________ 53-61 / 2 Assistant Coaches____________ Trent Petrie (4th Year) __________________________ Jim Horner (1st Year) Volunteer Assistant__________ Andy Jarvis (4th Year) Director of Operations_____ Jimmy Webster (1st Year) Athletic Trainer___________ Shawn Lindsey (5th Year) Equipment Manager______Shishir Bhakta (11th Year) Administrative Assistant_ Charlotte Becton (8th Year) Baseball Office Phone_____ (806) 742-2756 (ext: 267) Baseball Fax_____________________ (806) 742-4346 Baseball Clubhouse_______________ (806) 742-0340 TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Overall Record_______________________ 28-29 Big 12 Conference Record / Finish_______ 13-14 / 5th Home Record____________________________ 20-11 Away Record______________________________ 7-12 Neutral Record_____________________________ 1-6 Final Rankings____________________________ None Postseason____________ Big 12 Championships, 1-2 Letterwinners Returning / Lost______________ 12 / 8 Position Starters Returning / Lost_____________ 4 / 5 Pitchers Returning / Lost___________________ 5 / 10 Starting Pitchers Returning / Lost_____________ 1 / 4 Newcomers / Redshirt Returners_____________ 17 / 4

NICK POPESCU

SPORTS INFORMATION Associate Director/Baseball Contact__ Scott Lacefield Office Phone_____________________ (806) 742-2770 Cell Phone_______________________ (817) 691-3786 Email_____________________scott.lacefield@ttu.edu Fax_____________________________ (806) 742-1970 Mailing Address__ P.O. Box 43021, Lubbock, TX 79409 Overnight Address_ 6th & Boston, Lubbock, TX 79409 Website_____________________www.texastech.com

- The only Red Raider senior that will be celebrating “Senior Day” on Sunday, Popescu had perhaps his best week of the season last week against Michigan and Missouri. Popescu hit .400 (8-for-20) with two doubles, a home run and tallied seven RBI. Popescu also tallied his 100th career base hit last week.

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL $5 MILLION RENOVATION TO DAN LAW FIELD

DAN LAW FIELD SET TO UNDERGO $5 MILLION RENOVATION Formal groundbreaking ceremony scheduled for June 24

LUBBOCK, Texas – Texas Tech University officials announced today a $5 million renovation to Dan Law Field that will provide Red Raider Baseball with one of the best on-campus collegiate facilities in the country. Private donations have been raised to completely fund the costs of the facility improvements. “This is a tremendous day for Red Raider Baseball,” said director of athletics Kirby Hocutt. “We are extremely grateful for the support of our private donors, and it is their contributions that will make Dan Law Field one of the top collegiate baseball facilities in the nation.” The most notable structural improvement will be the removal of the current suites and press box. This structure will be replaced entirely and will feature 10 luxury suites each with seating for 12, a new press box complete with radio and television broadcast areas and a new club level with outdoor seating for 75 individuals. “Coach Spencer and his coaching staff are doing great things with our baseball program, and this stadium renovation will provide us with enhanced opportunities to compete for Big 12 Championships and serve as a springboard for what we hope are many future trips to Omaha,” Hocutt said. A new shading structure will cover the area in the center portion of the grandstand and will rise above the new suites and press box. This shading structure will be directly overhead 1,154 individual chair-back seats that will be installed at Dan Law Field for the first time in the history of the stadium. Prior to this renovation, the entire seating area has consisted of aluminum bench seating. “Texas Tech Baseball and its fans will now have a stadium of which it can truly be proud thanks to the generosity of our donors,” remarked Texas Tech University System Chancellor Kent Hance. “Their financial contributions have been tremendous and are also helping as we work toward our $1 billion goal for the capital campaign Vision & Tradition.” “This stadium renovation is something we have been working on for a long time, and we are thrilled to be able to make this announcement,” said Head Coach Dan Spencer. “The administration at Texas Tech has been outstanding through this process and deserves all the credit.” Five additional rows of field seating will be added directly behind home plate and will bring fans closer to the action than ever before. The first row of seating will rise just 30 inches from the playing surface compared to the seven foot wall that is currently in place behind home plate. Additionally, a state-of-the-art tensioned back-stop netting system will be put in place to protect fans from foul balls and will allow unobstructed views of the entire playing field. Fans will enter the stadium through new iron gates that will stand just beyond a circular landscaped seating area with a brick inlaid Double T. This dramatic entrance will lead Red Raider fans past several newly installed grandstand banners that will showcase the history of Texas Tech Baseball. “We are so appreciative to the great friends of this program who have been very generous with their financial support,” Spencer said. “I think Dan Law Field at Texas Tech Baseball Stadium will be one of the best in college baseball, and I am really excited for all our players – past, present and future.” Construction is scheduled to begin following a groundbreaking ceremony to be held June 24 at 10 a.m. The grandstand portion of the structural improvements is scheduled for completion by Feb. 15, 2012. DAN LAW FIELD RENOVATION FACTS & FIGURES • Cost of Renovation: $5 million (private funds) • Architect: MWM Architects, Lubbock, Texas • Contractor: Will be hired upon completion of design • Total Seating Capacity: 4,921 • 10 Luxury Suites (12 seats per suite) • Club Area with outdoor seating for 75 • Restrooms For Club/Suite Patrons • 1,154 chair-back seats • Television broadcast booth, home and visitor radio booths and booth for written press • Shading structure over center of grandstand • Tensioned back-stop netting that will provide unobstructed view of the playing field • Additional five rows of field seating that will be closer to home plate • New elevator for club/suite/press box access • Grandstand banners showcasing the history of Texas Tech Baseball • Circular landscaped seating area with brick inlaid Double T

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL

JOHN NEELY

National Pitcher of the Year Award Watch List Nation’s Top Pitcher Award Midseason Stopper of the Year Award Watch List Nation’s Top Relief Pitcher Award

Brooks Wallace Award Watch List Nation’s Top Shortstop Award

BO ALTOBELLI

DAVID PAIZ

KELBY TOMLINSON

Johnny Bench Award Watch List Nation’s Top Catcher Award

John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award Watch List Nation’s Top Two-Way Player Award 4

RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL 2011 PHILLIPS 66 BIG 12 BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP DOUBLE-ELIMINATION BRACKET

2011 Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship RedHawks Field • Oklahoma City Wednesday-Sunday, May 25-29 Wednesday, May 25

Thursday, May 26

Friday, May 27

Saturday, May 28

Sunday, May 29

DIVISION ONE OR TWO

Winner Game 7

Game 1 • 9:00 a.m.

*Game 13 • 4:00 p.m. (if necessary)

Game 7 • 4:00 p.m.

Division Winner

Game 11 • 9:00 a.m.

Game 2 • 12:30 p.m.

Loser Game 7 Loser Game 1

Game 9 • 3:15 p.m.

Game 5 • 9:00 a.m.

Loser Game 2

Game 15 • 1:00 p.m. {FSN}

DIVISION ONE OR TWO

Big 12 Champion

Winner Game 8

Game 3 • 4:00 p.m.

**Game 14 • 7:30 p.m.*** (if necessary)

Game 8 • 7:30 p.m.

Division Winner

Game 12 • 12:30 p.m.

Game 4 • 7:30 p.m.

Loser Game 8 Loser Game 3

Game 10 • 7:00 p.m.

Game 6 • 12:30 p.m.

Loser Game 4 All times Central. Game times to be assigned once seeds and divisions are determined. Day One matchups will feature: Division One: Seeds 4 vs. 5, 1 vs. 8 • Division Two: Seeds 3 vs. 6, 2 vs. 7 *Game 13 will be necessary if the winner of Game 9 also wins Game 11. **Game 14 will be necessary if the winner of Game 10 also wins Game 12. ***If Game 13 is unnecessary, Game 14 will be played at 4 p.m. rather than 7:30 p.m. Note: If both bracket winners are undefeated after Game 12, Games 13 & 14 will not be played and the two undefeated teams will play in the championship game on Sunday at 1 p.m.

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL BIG 12 CONFERENCE

NATIONAL POLLS COLLEGIATE BASEBALL (May 16, 2011) 1. Virginia 2. Oregon State 3. South Carolina 4. Florida 5. Vanderbilt 6. Texas 7. TCU 8. Georgia Tech 9. Florida State 10. Cal State Fullerton 11. Texas A&M 12. Oklahoma 13. Arizona State 14. Connecticut 15. Miami (Fla.) 16. North Carolina 17. UCLA 18. Clemson 19. UC Irvine 20. Fresno State 21. Southern Mississippi 22. Stetson 23. Oklahoma State 24. Rice 25. California 26. Coastal Carolina 27. Arizona 28. Kent State 29. Charlotte 30. Arkansas

NCBWA (May 16, 2011) 1. Virginia 2. South Carolina 3. Vanderbilt 4. Texas 5. Florida 6. Florida State 7. Oklahoma 8. Arizona State 9. TCU 10. Oregon State 11. Cal State Fullerton 12. Clemson 13. Texas A&M 14. North Carolina 15. Georgia Tech 16. UC Irvine 17. Rice 18. Arkansas 19. Fresno State 20. Southern Mississippi 21. UCLA 22. Stanford 23. Miami (Fla.) 24. Connecticut 25. Charlotte 26. Arizona 27. Stetson 28. Oklahoma State 29. California 30. East Carolina

FRIDAY, MAY 20 Texas A&M at Texas*__________________ 6:05 p.m. Oklahoma at Baylor*_________________ 6:30 p.m. Oklahoma State at Texas Tech*_________ 6:30 p.m. Kansas at Kansas State*_______________ 6:30 p.m. Missouri at Nebraska*________________ 6:35 p.m.

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USA TODAY/ESPN COACHES

SATURDAY, MAY 21 Texas A&M at Texas*__________________ 1:05 p.m. Missouri at Nebraska*________________ 2:05 p.m. Oklahoma at Baylor*_________________ 3:00 p.m. Oklahoma State at Texas Tech*_________ 5:00 p.m. Kansas at Kansas State*_______________ 6:00 p.m.

TEAM Texas A&M Texas Oklahoma Oklahoma State Baylor Missouri Texas Tech Kansas State Kansas Nebraska

BIG 12 Overall 18-6 37-16 17-7 38-12 13-9 39-13 13-10 33-19 11-13 27-23 10-13 23-28 10-14 31-22 9-14 31-21 9-15 26-27 7-16 28-24

THIS WEEK IN THE BIG 12 TUESDAY, MAY 17 Oklahoma State at Missouri State_______ 5:00 p.m. Dallas Baptist at Baylor________________ 6:30 p.m. Kansas State at Wichita State___________ 6:30 p.m. UT Arlington at Texas A&M_____________ 6:35 p.m. THURSDAY, MAY 19 Oklahoma at Baylor*_________________ 6:30 p.m. Texas at Texas A&M*__________________ 6:35 p.m. Missouri at Nebraska*________________ 6:35 p.m.

SUNDAY, MAY 22 Oklahoma State at Texas Tech*_________ 1:00 p.m. Kansas at Kansas State*_______________ 6:00 p.m.

(May 16, 2011)

(May 16, 2011)

1. Virginia

1. Virginia

2. Oregon State

2. South Carolina

3. South Carolina

3. Vanderbilt

4. Florida State

4. Florida

5. Texas

5. Texas

6. Florida

6. Florida State

7. Vanderbilt

7. Oregon State

8. Arizona State

8. Oklahoma

9. Cal State Fullerton

9. TCU

10. TCU

10. Cal State Fullerton

11. Texas A&M

11. Texas A&M

12. Georgia Tech

12. Arizona State

13. Oklahoma

13. North Carolina

14. Southern Mississippi

14. Georgia Tech

15. Connecticut

15. Clemson

16. Miami (Fla.)

16. UC Irvine

17. North Carolina

17. Southern Mississippi

18. Clemson

18. Arkansas

19. Rice

19. Fresno State

20. Fresno State

20. Rice

21. Stetson

21. UCLA

22. Oklahoma State

22. Miami (Fla.)

23. Arkansas

23. Stetson

24. Florida International

24. Connecticut

25. Texas State

25. Stanford

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RECORD BREAKDOWN All Opponents at Home on the Road at Neutral Sites Division I teams Non-Division I teams Ranked teams Top-10 teams Top-5 teams Top-Ranked teams

ALL 31-22 19-11 10-11 2-0 31-22 0-0 4-11 2-10 2-4 0-0

BIG 12 10-14 6-3 4-11 0-0 10-14 0-0 4-8 2-7 2-4 0-0

When TTU starter pitches 5 + innings 18-8 8-5 When TTU starter pitches < 5 innings 12-14 2-9 When TTU staff posts 10 + strikeouts 4-2 1-0 When TTU staff posts 12 + strikeouts 0-2 0-0 When TTU staff posts 15 + strikeouts 0-0 0-0 Day Games Night Games

15-10 16-12

5-6 5-8

Midweek Games Weekend Games

11-3 19-19

0-0 10-14

vs. RH Starter vs. LH Starter

22-14 9-8

10-9 0-5

1-Run Games 2-Run Games 5-Plus-Run Games Extra-Inning Games

8-6 7-2 10-10 2-0

5-5 2-1 1-5 2-0

5 2

4 2

Wearing White Pinstripes Wearing Gray Pinstripes Wearing Gray Wearing Black Wearing Red Wearing Throwbacks

6-4 6-3 3-4 9-4 6-7 1-0

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

On Monday On Tuesday On Wednesday On Thursday On Friday On Saturday On Sunday

1-0 8-1 2-2 1-1 5-7 8-6 6-5

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

Series Openers Middle Games Series Finales

3-6 4-5 3-6

3-5 4-4 3-5

In February In March In April In May

7-1 10-7 10-11 4-3

0-0 4-2 4-10 2-2

In Texas in Oklahoma in New Mexico in Kansas in Michigan in Missouri

26-14 0-3 2-0 0-3 2-0 1-2

9-6 0-3 0-0 0-3 0-0 1-2

2-1 2-7 8-4 11-2 6-7 2-1

2-0 1-4 0-1 3-1 3-7 1-1

Last at-bat wins Last at-bat losses

Below 50 degrees 50-59 degrees 60-69 degrees 70-79 degrees 80-89 degrees 90-99 degrees

RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL THE DAN SPENCER FILE

HEAD COACH DAN SPENCER

Year

Overall

Conf

Big 12

Big 12 Tourn

2009

25-32

12-15

7th

1-2

2010

28-29

13-14

5th

1-2

2011

31-22

10-14

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Total

84-83

35-43

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2-4

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

84-83 (.503)

Home

54-29

Away

24-42

Neutral

6-12

BIG 12 CONFERENCE GAMES Overall

35-43 (.449)

Home

21-15

Away

14-28

NON-CONFERENCE GAMES Overall

49-40 (.551)

Home

33-14

Away

10-14

Neutral

6-12

BIG 12 TOURNAMENT GAMES Overall

2-4

GAMES VS. RANKED OPPONENTS Overall

22-36

vs. No. 1

1-0

vs. 2-10

7-23

vs. 11-30

14-13

GAMES VS. UNRANKED TEAMS Overall

62-47

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

Dan Spencer is 84-83 overall and 35-43 in Big 12 play in his third season as head coach of the Red Raiders. Named the eighth head coach in Texas Tech history during the summer of 2008, Spencer has wasted no time rebuilding the Tech program. His second season as head coach saw the Red Raiders finish fifth in the Big 12 (best finish since 2004) and defeat seven nationally-ranked opponents, which includes an upset over No. 1 Texas, 4-2, in the Big 12 Tournament. In fact, Spencer and the Red Raiders were the only Big 12 team to defeat Texas twice during the 2010 season, as they also picked up a 12-5 victory in Lubbock. The Red Raiders were also just one of two teams in the Big 12 to win a series against College World Series-bound Oklahoma, taking two out of three against the Sooners at Dan Law Field in Lubbock. Spencer’s squad finished 28-29 overall in 2010, matching the program’s most wins since 2006. The Red Raiders led the conference with 162 doubles (most since 2003 – Baylor) to rank seventh in the country and also led all Big 12 teams with a .310 batting average in conference games. Texas Tech led the Big 12 in batting during league play in 2009 with a .311 average. Spencer’s squad became the first team to lead the conference in batting during Big 12 play in back-to-back seasons since 2003-04 (Baylor). In addition, Texas Tech led the league with 83 doubles during Big 12 games, which is the fourth highest total in Big 12 history and the most since Missouri set the record of 129 in 1997 – the first year of the Big 12 Conference. In only three years (two as head coach), Spencer has coached five Tech student-athletes (four pitchers, one position player) who have been drafted in the top-10 rounds, including four in the top four rounds. Right-handed pitchers Chad Bettis (RHP – 2nd Round – Colorado Rockies) and Bobby Doran (RHP – 4th Round – Houston Astros) were drafted and signed following the 2010 season. Spencer, 45, rejoined the Texas Tech Baseball family on July 2, 2007 when he was named associate head coach on the staff of former head coach Larry Hays. He spent the 2008 season in that role where he coached the pitchers and catchers and headed Tech’s recruiting front. His 2008 pitching staff produced two top-10 round MLB draft picks in juniors Zach Stewart and James Leverton, both of which had never been drafted prior to that season. Stewart was taken in the third round by the Cincinnati Reds while Leverton was taken in the eighth round by the Chicago Cubs. Prior to his arrival at Texas Tech, he spent 11 seasons at Oregon State, the last three as associate head coach, where he served as pitching/catching coach and recruiting coordinator. His pitching staffs during the last two seasons of his Oregon State tenure were instrumental in helping the Beavers become the first back-to-back College World Series Champions since LSU in the late 1990s. In those two seasons, his staffs compiled 3.41 and 3.48 cumulative ERAs while leading the team to 50-16 and 49-18 respective records. His group led the Pac-10 in ERA in both 2005 and 2006 while his bullpen helped pave the way to consecutive national titles by contributing 20-plus saves in both 2006 and 2007. Under his leadership, the Beavers had three pitchers and one catcher named to All-America teams and seven players drafted in the top 10 rounds of the MLB Draft. Eddie Kunz, the ace of the 2007 staff, and catcher Mitch Canham, the squad’s leading hitter, were both first round draft selections in the 2007 MLB Draft. His collegiate coaching career began at the junior college level six years before arriving at Oregon State, as he landed his first job as an assistant coach at Tacoma Community College in Tacoma, Wash., in 1991. After just one season in Tacoma, he picked up his first head coaching position as he took over the program at Green River Community College in 1992. While at Green River, he compiled a record of 131-67 between 1992 and 1996.

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DAY GAMES Overall

52-47

NIGHT GAMES Overall

32-36

VS. LEFT-HANDED STARTER Overall

DAN SPENCER YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year 2009 2010 2011 Career

School Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech

Overall 25-32 28-29 31-22 84-83

Home 15-7 20-11 19-11 54-29

Road 7-19 7-12 10-11 24-42

Neutral 3-6 1-6 2-0 6-12

Big 12 Tourn 1-2 1-2 --2-4

20-25

DAN SPENCER vs. ALL OPPONENTS

VS. RIGHT-HANDED STARTER Overall

64-58

EXTRA INNINGS Overall

3-1

1-RUN GAMES Overall

17-15

2-RUN GAMES Overall

18-6

5 + RUN GAMES Overall

29-36

SHUTOUTS Overall

4-4

SCORING FIRST Scores First/Opponent Scores First

51-29/33-54

AFTER 6 INNINGS Leading after 6/Trailing after 6/Tied after 6 69-7/7-73/7-3 AFTER 7 INNINGS Leading after 7/Trailing after 7/Tied after 7 75-3/3-73/5-5 AFTER 8 INNINGS Leading after 8/Trailing after 8/Tied after 8 76-1/5-77/2-2 COME-FROM-BEHIND VICTORIES Overall

Conf. 12-15 13-14 10-14 35-43

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BY MONTH Overall

84-83

February

18-6

March

23-34

April

30-28

May

13-15

Alabama A&M_________________2-0

Michigan____________________4-0

TCU_________________________0-8

Baylor_______________________4-5

Missouri_____________________4-7

Texas________________________4-6

Bethune-Cookman_____________2-0

Nebraska____________________4-5

Texas A&M___________________4-7

BYU_________________________1-1

New Mexico__________________5-4

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi______4-3

Cal-State Northridge___________0-3

New Mexico State______________0-1

Texas State___________________1-2

Dallas Baptist________________4-2

Northern Illinois______________2-0

UC-Riverside__________________0-2

Gonzaga_____________________2-1

Northwestern________________2-0

UNLV________________________4-2

Houston_____________________0-1

Oklahoma___________________3-7

Utah Valley__________________1-0

Iowa________________________2-0

Oklahoma State______________3-3

UT-Pan American______________2-0

Jacksonville State______________2-0

Oregon State_________________0-1

UTSA________________________3-1

Kansas______________________7-2

Rice_________________________0-1

Washington State______________0-2

Kansas State_________________4-5

San Francisco_________________0-1

Western Michigan____________1-0

Lubbock Christian_____________1-0

Southern Utah________________2-0

BOLD - 2011 Opponents

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME NOTES

BIG 12 PRESEASON POLLS

TAKING A LOOK BACK Texas Tech went 3-2 last week - all on the road - while sweeping Michigan in a two-game midweek series in Ann Arbor before dropping two of three games at Missouri. ON THE HORIZON Texas Tech is looking to make its third consecutive trip to the Big 12 Championships, set for May 25-29 at RedHawks Ballpark at Bricktown. If the tournament started today Texas Tech would enter the tournament as the No. 7 seed. FOR STARTERS - - - David Paiz (RHP - Fr./HS - 6-3/180 - Austin, Texas/Anderson HS • Making ninth start of the season and seventh start during Big 12 play on six-days rest. • Will be making seventh consecutive start in a Big 12 series opener. • Last Start: at Missouri (5/13) - L, 2.2 IP, 3 H, 5 R, 4 ER, 4 BB, 3 SO (52 pitches). • Left the game with Texas Tech trailing 5-1 in Missouri’s half of the third inning. • Marked his shortest career start. • Four walks marked a career-high. • Receiving an average of 1.4 runs per game during starts this season (8 starts - 11 runs scored). • Made a 0.1 IP relief outing at Missouri (5/15) while retiring only batter faced while throwing only one pitch. • Last win came in relief against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (3/13) pitching 1.2 IP. • Became the first Texas Tech freshman with back-to-back 6.0 IP starts in Big 12 play since Chad Bettis in 2008. • One of only three pitchers with a save for Tech this season (John Neely - 4 - Corwin - 1) • Has allowed five or fewer base hits in 11-of-15 appearances. • Made career debut pitching four scoreless IP allowing 3 hits and 2 walks with 6 strikeouts (vs. Northwestern, 2/20). • Became the first Texas Tech player in over 10 years to record a save and have a base hit in the same game in outing against Nebraska (3/27)... pitched 1.2 perfect innings and went 1-for-3 with an RBI and a double. • This season: 3-4, 5.44 ERA, 15 APP, 8 GS, 1 SV, 46.1 IP, 50 H, 32 R, 28 ER, 17 BB, 29 SO, .282 OPP BA - - - Trey Masek (RHP - Fr./HS - 6-0/175 - Giddings, Texas/Giddings • Making 10th start this season and ninth start during Big 12 play on six-days rest. • Will become the just the third Tech freshman to make 10 starts during freshman season over the last 10 years... also making at least 10 starts during freshman season: Chad Bettis (12 - 2008) and Miles Morgan (17 - 2006). • Joins von Schamann as one of two TTU freshmen with 4 wins... first time 2 Tech freshmen with 4 wins each since 1988. • Last Start: at Missouri (4/22) - W, 5.1 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 2 SO (86 pitches). • Carried a one-hitter through five innings. • Left the game with Texas Tech leading 2-1 in the Missouri half of the sixth inning. • Faced 15 consecutive hitters without allowing a base hit between the first and sixth inning. • Fifth consecutive start pitching at least 5.0 IP. • Last nine outings have all been starts after making five relief outings to begin Tech career. • Has made five consecutive starts pitching at least 5.0 IP (April 9-May 14). • Seven of nine starts have been at least 5.0 IP. • Became the first Texas Tech freshman in over 17 years to defeat Texas in Austin. • Became the first Tech freshman to beat Texas since March 18, 2006 (Miles Morgan, 2-1 over #18 Texas in Lubbock). • Held a no-hitter through four innings at Texas (allowed a lead-off single in the bottom of the fifth). • Retired 12 of the first 13 batters faced against the Longhorns. • Went 18 consecutive innings without allowing an extra-base hit (April 9-22) • Second on the team pitching 58.0 IP. • 75% of base hits allowed have been singles (14-of-55 - 9 2B, 3 3B, 2 HR). • Started career pitching 11.1 innings out of the bullpen in five appearances. • Allowed only one earned run during first eight innings pitched this season. • Posted multiple strikeouts in four of his first six outings. • Named State of Texas High School Louisville Slugger Player of the Year (2010). • High School All-American (MaxPreps, PerfectGame). • This season: 4-3, 4.50 ERA, 14 APP, 9 GS, 0 SV, 58.0 IP, 55 H, 38 R, 29 ER, 27 BB, 30 SO, .261 Opp. BA - - - Duke von Schamann (RHP - RS Fr./RS - 6-4/225 - Edmond, Okla./Edmond Santa Fe HS • Making seventh start of the season on six-days rest. • Joins Masek as one of two TTU freshmen with 4 wins... first time 2 Tech freshmen with 4 wins each since 1988. • Last Start at Missouri (5/15): ND, 5.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 0 SO (73 pitches). • Left the game with Texas Tech leading 3-0 in the Missouri half of the sixth inning. • One hit allowed is the fewest in a start this season. • Fifth consecutive start allowing two or fewer runs. • Marked his second longest start this season (6.1 IP, vs. New Mexico, April 26). • Third scoreless appearance during a start this season - fourth overall scoreless outing (one in relief ). • Has allowed four earned runs in his last 21.1 innings pitched (1.71 ERA) over his last five appearances. • Became the first Texas Tech freshman in over 10 years to start career 4-0. • Four out of six starts has not allowed a walk (19.0 IP/1 BB). • Is 3-0 in midweek starts... has wins over A&M-Corpus Christi (3/15), New Mexico (4/26) and Michigan (5/10). • Career Debut: vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (3/15): W (predetermined start), 3.0 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 1 SO - 38 pitches • This season: 4-0, 4.46 ERA, 12 APP, 6 GS, 0 SV, 34.1 IP, 36 H, 20 R, 17 ER, 9 BB, 16 SO, .273 Opp. BA

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MONDAY Practice Dan Law FIeld 10 a.m.

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TUESDAY Practice Dan Law FIeld 11:30 a.m.

WEDNESDAY

18

Practice Dan Law FIeld 11:30 a.m.

19

THURSDAY Practice Dan Law FIeld 11:30 a.m.

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BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL - COACHES 1. Oklahoma (6)________________________ 78 2. Texas (4)____________________________ 76 3. Texas A&M___________________________ 63 4. Baylor______________________________ 57 5. Kansas State_________________________ 49 6. Oklahoma State______________________ 37 7. Texas Tech__________________________ 31 8. Nebraska____________________________ 22 9. Kansas______________________________ 20 10. Missouri____________________________ 17 BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL - BASEBALL AMERICA 1. Oklahoma 2. Texas 3. Baylor 4. Texas A&M 5. Nebraska 6. Oklahoma State 7. Kansas State 8. Texas Tech 9. Kansas 10. Missouri BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL - PERFECT GAME USA 1. Texas 2. Oklahoma 3. Texas A&M 4. Baylor 5. Kansas State 6. Oklahoma State 7. Nebraska 8. Texas Tech 9. Kansas 10. Missouri BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL - COLLEGE BASEBALL DAILY 1. Oklahoma 2. Texas 3. Texas A&M 4. Baylor 5. Kansas State 6. Nebraska 7. Texas Tech 8. Kansas 9. Missouri 10. Oklahoma State BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL - COLLEGE BASEBALL TODAY 1. Texas 2. Oklahoma 3. Kansas State 4. Texas A&M 5. Kansas 6. Nebraska 7. Baylor 8. Missouri 9. Texas Tech 10. Oklahoma State

FRIDAY

vs. Oklahoma State 6:30 p.m. Dan Law Field Lubbock, Texas

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SATURDAY

vs. Oklahoma State 5 p.m. Dan Law Field Lubbock, Texas

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SUNDAY

vs. Oklahoma State 1 p.m. Dan Law Field Lubbock, Texas

RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME NOTES TEXAS TECH ANNOUNCES $5 MILLION RENOVATION TO DAN LAW FIELD Texas Tech announced Friday, May 13, a $5 million renovation to Dan Law Field, one that includes complete removal of the current suites and press box. The structure will be replaced entirely and will feature 10 luxury suites, each with seating for 12, a new press box complete with radio and television broadcast areas and a new club level with outdoor seating for 75. The renovation is also highlighted by a new shading structure that will cover the area in the center portion of the grandstands and will rise above the new suites and press box. This shading structure will be directly over 1,154 individual chairback seats that will be installed at Dan Law Field for the first time in the history of the stadium. Prior to this renovation, the entire seating area at Dan Law Field has consisted of aluminum bench seating.

MASEK/von SCHAMANN FIRST TECH FRESHMEN WITH 4 WINS EACH SINCE 1988 Freshmen Trey Masek (4-3) and Duke von Schamann (4-0) are the first Texas Tech freshmen since 1988 to each have four wins during their freshman seasons. The last time two Tech freshmen each had at least four wins in the same season was in 1988 when Rodney Steph (6-4) and Kevin Kirk (5-4) each accomplished the feat. TOMLINSON CLIMBING THE CHARTS WITH SOLID PLAY AT SHORTSTOP In his first season at Texas Tech junior shortstop Kelby Tomlinson is climbing in the Red Raider all-time record books with his solid play on the left side of the infield. The following are accomplishments he has already achieved and some that he is approaching. • Ranks sixth all-time in Tech single-season assists history (192). • Needs two assists to move into fifth place and nine to take over fourth place. • With 9 assists will have most assists by a Tech player in a season during last 9 years. • Hasn’t made an error in 19 consecutive games (tied for longest streak this season). • Streak is tied for the longest by a Tech shortstop (Gera Alvarez - 2001) last 10 years. • Longest errorless streak by Tech INF last 5 years: Joey Callender (23 games in 2006) • Has made only one error the past 27 games. • Has made only two errors in 24 Big 12 Conference games (38 PO, 76 ASST, .983%).

NICK POPESCU WILL BE RECOGNIZED AS ONLY RED RAIDER SENIOR ON SUNDAY The only Texas Tech senior that will be honored on “Senior Day” this season will be twoyear starter Nick Popescu. A consistent contributor in the Tech lineup for two seasons, Popescu will be playing in his 100th career game on Sunday while he enters the weekend batting .304 (104-for-342) with 54 runs scored, 25 doubles, three triples, seven home runs, 66 RBI, a .456 slugging percentage, .375 on-base percentage and with 18-of-22 stolen bases. Known on the team as “Pops” he has a .963 fielding percentage while playing third base, second base and left field throughout his two-year stint as a Red Raider.

POPESCU TALLIES 7 ASSISTS AT SECOND BASE - MOST BY A TECH 2B SINCE 2006 In Tech’s series finale at Missouri (5/15) second baseman Nick Popescu recorded seven assists, marking the most by a Red Raider second baseman since March 6, 2006 when 2B Jason Seefeld also made seven assists at UNLV.

A LOOK AT RED RAIDER BASEBALL HISTORY THROUGH 54, 55 & 56 GAMES The Red Raiders are 31-22 this season through 53 games. Here is a look at Texas Tech’s overall record after 54, 55 and 56 games the past 10 years. Season 54-Games 55-Games 56-Games 2010 27-27 27-28 28-28 2009 24-30 24-31 25-31 2008 24-30 25-30 2007 27-27 28-27 2006 31-22-1 31-23-1 31-24-1 2005 33-21 33-22 33-23 2004 37-17 38-17 38-18 2003 30-24 30-25 2002 38-16 39-16 40-16 2001 38-15-1 38-16-1 39-16-1

SO ABOUT THESE NEW BATS... The change of bats this season has been needless to say, an adjustment. Texas Tech has hit multiple home runs in a game three times this season. Last year, the Red Raiders pounded out multiple homers in 18 games. And of Tech’s three multiple HR games, all of them have been two-homer games. Last season the Red Raiders hit six home runs in a game against Missouri (5/2/10). AND MORE ON THE BATS... Entering this weekend, the Big 12 Conference leader in home runs is Oklahoma with 38. Last season Kansas State hit the FEWEST home runs with 39. LEFT FIELD HAS MANY OPTIONS FOR THE RED RAIDERS Texas Tech has had a lot of different looks in left field this season, in fact there have been nine different players who have made starts in left field for Tech this season. That is the most different players starting at a certain position for the Red Raiders since 2009 when nine players also made starts in right field. This season the following players have started in left field for Tech: Jamodrick McGruder (14 starts), Nick Popescu (11), Nick Hanslik (7), Mason Randolph (6), Andre Wheeler (6), David Paiz (5), Bo Altobelli (2), Jordan Lopez (1) and Scott LeJeune (1).

SPENCER RANKS AMONG THE TOP TECH COACHES IN 3RD SEASON AT THE HELM Dan Spencer has accomplished many feats in his first three seasons as head coach at Texas Tech. He enters this weekend with an 84-83 overall record, which places him with the third most wins by a Texas Tech head coach during his first three seasons. Below is a look at Texas Tech head coaches’ records through three seasons as the head coach. • Larry Hays (1987-89) - 87-75 • GaryAshby (1984-86) - 85-80 • Dan Spencer (2009-Present) - 84-83 • Berl Huffman (1961-63) - 40-26 • Kal Segrist (1968-70) - 34-49 • Beattie Feathers (1954-56) - 12-31

NEELY CAUSING A POWER OUTAGE RHP John Neely has pitched in 54.1 IP this season without allowing a home run. It marks the most innings pitched by any Texas Tech pitcher of the past 10 years without allowing a long ball. In fact, dating back to last season, Neely has now gone 59.0 IP without allowing a homer.

TEXAS TECH WILL FINISH REGULAR SEASON PLAYING 18 GAMES VS RANKED TEAMS Texas Tech will play No. 22 Oklahoma State in its final regular season series, which will mark the sixth opponent and 16th, 17th and 18th games this season against a nationallyranked opponent. That is nothing new for the Red Raiders who played 18 games (6 opponents) last season against ranked foes and 25 games (10 opponents) in 2009 against ranked opponents.

TEXAS TECH RANKS #23 IN THE NATION IN TOTAL ATTENDANCE Following the 13th week of the regular season, Texas Tech ranks 23rd in the nation in total home attendance (82,926) and 25th in the nation in average home attendance (2,764). Ten times this season over 3,000 fans have been in attendance at Dan Law Field. Tech had at least 3,000 fans in attendance for every game of the TCU series, (4,173 fans entering the gates for series opener on March 4) and also in the series against Texas A&M. Texas Tech has ranked among the top 26 in the nation in average attendance per game every season since 1996.

TEXAS TECH AGAINST THE TOP 25 AND TOP 10 (SINCE 2001) Since 2001, Texas Tech is 67-121 against nationally-ranked top 25 opponents and 20-61 over that period against teams that are ranked in the top 10. This season Texas Tech is 4-11 against ranked opponents and 2-11 against teams in the top 10. Tech won seven games last season against nationally-ranked competition (went 2-7 against the top 10), including a 4-2 win over then-No. 1 Texas at the Big 12 Championships in Oklahoma City.

LOOKING “FRESH” ON THE WEEKEND Texas Tech head coach Dan Spencer started three freshmen in the Red Raiders series sweep over Kansas (May 1-3), marking the first time in over 10 seasons that Tech had started three freshmen in a Big 12 weekend series. David Paiz pitched the opener of the series before Trey Masek and Duke von Schamann finished out the three-game set. That same trio of freshmen will make up Tech’s weekend rotation for the third straight week this weekend against Oklahoma State.

TEXAS TECH AGAINST THE TOP 25 AND TOP 10 AT DAN LAW FIELD (SINCE 2001) The Red Raiders boast a 36-38 record against top-25 opponents at Dan Law Field since 2001 with a 9-15 record against the top 10 at their home venue during that period of time. This season Texas Tech is 1-5 against ranked opponents and 1-5 against teams in the top 10 at Dan Law Field. In 2010, Tech went 5-4 against the top 25 at home while going 1-2 against No. 8 Texas at Dan Law Field. Texas was the only top-10 team to play at Dan Law Field in 2010.

TEXAS TECH REACHES 30 WINS FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 2006 Texas Tech recorded its program’s 22nd 30-win season on Wednesday, May 11 with a 6-4 win over Michigan to improve the team’s record to 30-20 this season. It marks Tech’s first 30-win season since 2006 and gives the Red Raiders their most wins through 50 games since the 2005 season.

FIVE RED RAIDERS NAMED TO ACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12 TEAMS Texas Tech had five players named to the Academic All-Big 12 teams as Reid Redman (energy commerce), Zach Fowler (history) and Nick Hanslik (business) were named first team and Barrett Barnes (exercise and sports science) and Brennan Stewart (accounting) were second team selections. In Dan Spencer’s three seasons as head coach Texas Tech has had 21 baseball student-athletes named to the Academic All-Big 12 teams.

SPEAKING OF 30 WINS... Texas Tech became the fifth Big 12 team this season to win 30 games, joining Texas, Texas A&M, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. All four teams that reached 30 wins before Texas Tech are nationally ranked.

CORWIN: BEST ERA BY A TECH PITCHER IN LEAGUE PLAY DURING BIG 12 ERA Texas Tech reliever Aaron Corwin has been impressive out of the bullpen this season, particularly during conference action. In Big 12 play Corwin owns a 1.15 ERA in 10 appearances and 15.2 innings pitched, marking the best ERA by a Tech pitcher (min. 15 IP) since the Big 12 Conference was formed in 1997. His 1.15 ERA is the best by a Texas Tech pitcher in league action since Zack Stewart posted a 1.06 ERA during the 1996 Southwest Conference season.

RED RAIDERS WINNING ON THE ROAD - MOST ROAD WINS SINCE 2001 Texas Tech won its 10th road game of the season at Missouri on Saturday, May 14, giving the program its most road wins since winning 11 in 2001. In 2001 Texas Tech went 43-20 overall and finished its season at the Fullerton Regional while in 2002 the Red Raiders went 42-20 and landed in the Houston Regional hosted by Rice.

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME NOTES TECH SETS SCHOOL RECORD WITH EIGHT STRAIGHT MIDWEEK ROAD/NEUTRAL WINS Tech’s success in the midweek includes setting a school record winning eight consecutive midweek games on the road or at a neutral site. Tech started its streak with a 7-6 win over Dallas Baptist in Dallas (March 22). Tech then swept UTSA (8-2, 11-6) in San Angelo on a neutral field before sweeping New Mexico in a two-game midweek series in Albuquerque (4-1, 7-6). Tech added to its streak knocking of Texas State 8-5 in San Marcos on April 18 before sweeping the Michigan Wolverines (8-2, 6-4) in Ann Arbor on May 10-11. The previous school record for consecutive midweek road/neutral site wins was four in 1996.

TEXAS TECH IS ONLY PROGRAM WITH PLAYERS ON FIVE NATIONAL WATCH LISTS Texas Tech is the only team in the nation with players on five national watch lists, as John Neely (Pitcher of the Year/Stopper of the Year), Kelby Tomlinson (Top Shortstop), David Paiz (Top Two-Way Player) and Bo Altobelli (Top Catcher) have combined been named to five national award watch lists. MIDWEEK ROAD SERIES TO MICHIGAN MARKS THE FIRST FOR TECH SINCE 1967 Texas Tech made its first road trip during the month of May to play a midweek series in 44 years when it traveled to Ann Arbor to play the Michigan Wolverines, May 10-11. The last time Texas Tech played a road midweek series in the month of May was a doubleheader at Eastern New Mexico on May 9, 1967. The Red Raiders came away with a 5-3 and 4-3 win in the midweek road series. In fact, Texas Tech became the first Big 12 program ever to play at Michigan for a non-conference game. The last Big 12 team that played at Michigan was Nebraska in the 1980 NCAA Regionals.

TECH SETS RECORD WITH 3RD MIDWEEK ROAD/NEUTRAL SITE SERIES SWEEP Texas Tech claimed its third midweek series sweep on the road or at a neutral site this season which sets a new school record. Several times Tech had won two in the same season, but had never won three in the same year. The Red Raiders swept UTSA in a midweek doubleheader at San Angelo (4/5), won both games against New Mexico in Albuquerque (4/12-13) and swept a two-game midweek series at Michigan (5/10-11).

SPEAKING OF GAMES AGAINST BIG TEN OPPONENTS... Texas Tech has won nine straight games against teams from the Big Ten Conference dating back to 2007. In fact, Northwestern is the only team from the Big Ten to have defeated the Red Raiders, with wins in 1998 and in 2007. Tech is undefeated against Illinois (1-0), Iowa (2-0), Michigan (4-0) and Ohio State (1-0).

RED RAIDERS WINNING IN THE MIDWEEK Texas Tech went 11-3 in midweek games this season. That win total marks the program’s most victories during the midweek since going 11-6 during the 2008 campaign. RED RAIDERS WINNING IN NON-CONFERENCE PLAY Texas Tech will finish the regular season with a 21-8 record in non-conference action. That is the best record for the Red Raiders away from Big 12 play since winning 22 nonconference games in 2006.

HOLDING OPPONENTS BELOW FOUR RUNS IN AN INNING... Texas Tech had its streak of 14 consecutive games without allowing a “big inning” snapped on Tuesday, May 3, against Dallas Baptist when the Patriots scored five runs in the sixth inning. Tech hadn’t allowed a team a big inning (4-plus runs) since April 10 against No. 5 Texas A&M. That span of 14 games went from April 12-May 1.

RED RAIDERS HAVE MOST BUNT BASE HITS SINCE 2004 Texas Tech has found a new element to its offense this season with 23 bunt base hits from seven different players. It is the most bunt base hits for Texas Tech since the 2004 season. Currently, Reid Redman and Bo Altobelli lead the team with seven bunt base hits each, which marks the most by a Red Raider since current Oakland A’s right-handed pitcher Dallas Braden was a two-way standout at Tech and had nine during the 2004 season. TEXAS TECH BUNT BASE HITS - YEAR-BY-YEAR (SINCE 2004): • 2011: 23 • 2010: 12 • 2009: 17 • 2008: 10 • 2007: 5 • 2006: 13 • 2005: 11 • 2004: 30

BREAK OUT THE BROOMS! Texas Tech swept Kansas to record its first sweep in Big 12 Conference action since May 12-14, 2006 against Missouri in Lubbock. The sweep also marked Tech’s first over Kansas since 2004 (in Lawrence) and its first over the Jayhawks in Lubbock since 2001. WINNING BIG 12 SERIES UNDER DAN SPENCER Texas Tech’s series win over Kansas gave the Red Raiders 12 in Big 12 Conference action in three seasons under Dan Spencer. Texas Tech coaching legend Larry Hays won his 12th league series in his sixth season as head coach at Tech. TECH POSTS FIRST WINNING REGULAR SEASON SINCE 2007 With its 28th win of the season on Sunday, May 1, Texas Tech is assured of its first winning regular seasons since 2007 (28-27). The Red Raiders have three midweek games and six Big 12 Conference games remaining to help improve its overall record. Texas Tech will next look to record 30 wins in a season for the first time since 2006 (31-26-1).

BIG TEN DOMINANCE Texas Tech swept the Big Ten Conference this season with a pair of wins over Northwestern, Iowa and Michigan. Dating back to 2007, Texas Tech has nine straight wins over Big Ten opponents. Dan Spencer is now 8-0 against the Big Ten in three seasons at Tech.

HAGEN NAMED BIG 12 PLAYER OF THE WEEK FOR SECOND TIME THIS SEASON Stephen Hagen was named the Big 12 Player of the Week on Monday, May 2, for the second time this season. Hagen hit .353 (6-for-17) with two homers - including a grand slam - with six RBI, four walks and struck out only one time in five games for the week. Hagen is the first Tech player since 2008 (Roger Kieschnick) to earn Big 12 POW twice in a season. He joins Oklahoma’s Garrett Buechele as the only Big 12 Players to receive the honor twice this season. Hagen and Jamodrick McGruder have combined for three Big 12 POW selections this season, which is more than any other Big 12 team. Texas Tech has now had 25 Big 12 Baseball Player of the Week selections since the conference formed in 1997 by a total of 16 different players.

von SCHAMANN BECOMES FIRST TECH FRESHMAN TO START CAREER 4-0 Texas Tech redshirt freshman Duke von Schamann has tallied a 4-0 record during his freshman season to become the first Tech freshman over the last 10 years to start their career as a Red Raider with a 4-0 record. Three of von Schamann’s wins have come as a starter with one win coming in a three-inning relief outing. BURNING UP THE BASE PATHS Texas Tech has 88 stolen bases this season in 111 tries, which marks the most stolen bases since posting 139 in 2005. Currently four Red Raiders have at least 10 stolen bases, which is also a first in the Tech program since the 2005 season (six players with at least 10). In fact, Tech also has two players with at least 20 stolen bases (McGruder/Tomlinson), which is once again a first since it happened last in 2005.

ON THE COMEBACK TRAIL Texas Tech notched its 12th come-from-behind victory in the Kansas series finale scoring three runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to defeat the Jayhawks after trailing 7-5 entering the inning. Under third-season head coach Dan Spencer, Texas Tech has 42 come-from-behind victories.

KELBY TOMLINSON NAMED TO BROOKS WALLACE AWARD WATCH LIST Junior shortstop Kelby Tomlinson was named to the Brooks Wallace Award Watch List, which honors the nation’s top shortstop. Tomlinson was one of 25 shortstops in the nation named to the list while Tomlinson is one of only two shortstops from the Big 12 (Texas’ Brandon Loy) to make the list. He is the first shortstop from Tech to make the Brooks Wallace Award Watch List since the award became the top honor for the nation’s top shortstop in 2009. He is currently 10th in Tech’s single-season history with 172 assists.

McGRUDER BECOMES FASTEST TECH PLAYER TO REACH 50 CAREER SB SINCE 1996 Jamodrick McGruder became the fastest Tech player to reach 50 career stolen bases when he tallied his 50th stolen base in his 96th career game on Saturday, April 30, against Kansas. It also makes him the fastest to 50 career stolen bases in school history, trailing only Matt Kastelic (50 SB in 64 career games) and Kent Blassingame (50 SB in 84 career games). Here is a look at the fastest Tech player to steal 50 bases since Kastelic in 1996. • 64 games - Matt Kastelic (1995-96) • 84 games - Kent Blassingame (1991-92) • 96 games - Jamodrick McGruder (2010-Present) • 99 games - Ryan Ruiz (1998-99) • 103 games - Marco Cunningham (1999-2000) • 105 games - Keith Ginter (1997-98) • 119 games - Willie Rueda (2006-08) • 123 games - Cody Fuller (2002-04)

JOHN NEELY NAMED TO NATIONAL PITCHER OF THE YEAR AWARD WATCH LIST Junior right-handed pitcher John Neely was named to the National Pitcher of the Year Award Watch List, which honors the top pitcher in the nation. Neely is one of 25 pitchers in the nation named to the list and is one of only five pitchers in the nation to be named to both the Midseason Stopper of the Year Watch List and the National Pitcher of the Year list. Neely is the first Red Raider to be named to the watch list. DAVID PAIZ NAMED TO JOHN OLERUD TWO-WAY PLAYER OF THE YEAR WATCH LIST Freshman David Paiz was named to the John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award Watch List, given annually to the top player in the nation who makes an impact both at the plate and on the mound. Paiz is one of only three freshmen in the nation who made the list and one of just two players from the Big 12 (Brooks Pinckard, Baylor). Paiz becomes the first Red Raider to be named to the Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year List.

McGRUDER ON THE DOOR STEP FOR TEXAS TECH CAREER STOLEN BASE LIST Jamodrick McGruder has already posted 51 stolen bases in 100 career games played, that total places him just three stolen bases away from breaking into the Texas Tech career top 10 in stolen bases. He grabbed 23 stolen bases as a freshman and already this season has 28. If McGruder finished the season with at least 30 stolen bases he will become the first Tech player since 2004 (Josh Brady - 34) with 30 in a season. The last time a Tech player had at least 40 stolen bases in a season was in 1996 (Matt Kastelic - 51).

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME NOTES STEPHEN HAGEN HITS FIRST GRAND SLAM FOR TECH SINCE 2009 First baseman Stephen Hagen hit an opposite field grand slam for Texas Tech on Tuesday, April 26, giving the Red Raiders their first grand slam since Garrett Totten at Baylor on March 22, 2009. It also marked the first grand slam for Tech at Dan Law Field since 2008 (Roger Kieschnick). Here is a look at the grand slams hit for Tech the past five years • Stephen Hagen - vs. New Mexico (April 26, 2011) • Garrett Totten - at Baylor (March 22, 2009) • Roger Kieschnick - vs. Baylor (May 18, 2008) • Doug Thennis - vs. Missouri (March 30, 2008) • Roger Kieschnick - vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (March 18, 2008) • Chris Richburg - vs. Dallas Baptist (May 1, 2007) • Kyle Martin - vs. Dallas Baptist (February 16, 2007) • Roger Kieschnick - vs. Western Illinois (February 11, 2007) • Roger Kieschnick - vs. Louisiana-Monroe (February 3, 2006) • Matt Smith - vs. Oral Roberts (February 25, 2006) • Tyler Reves - vs. UNC Asheville (March 11, 2006)

NEELY CLIMBING HIS WAY TO THE TOP John Neely has nine wins in relief and a perfect 9-0 record. Only one Tech pitcher the last decade has finished the season with more wins in relief than Neely currently has. Steve Rowe posted 10 wins with a 1.51 ERA and eight saves in 26 appearances in 2002. JAMODRICK McGRUDER TAKING SEVERAL FOR THE TEAM Jamodrick McGruder’s on-base percentage speaks for itself, .470, but how he reaches base is even more impressive. McGruder has 51 base hits, 35 walks and 25 hit-by-pitch, which ranks third in the nation. McGruder already ranks second in Tech single-season history for hit-by-pitch in a season, only trailing Nick Blankenship who reached base via HBP 28 times in 2002. SIX, IS THE MAGIC NUMBER Texas Tech has made the most of its opportunities this season when scoring at least six runs as Tech is 26-3 when posting at least half a dozen runs. WALK THIS WAY Texas Tech leads the Big 12 Conference with 251 walks. Kelby Tomlinson is second in the Big 12 with 37 walks while Jamodrick McGruder and Barrett Barnes are close behind tied for third in the conference with 35 walks. The last time Texas Tech led the Big 12 in walks was in 2002 (310 walks).

SPENCER BECOMES FASTEST TECH COACH TO WIN 50 HOME GAMES IN TTU HISTORY Third year head coach Dan Spencer reached a milestone win last weekend when his team defeated No. 5 Texas A&M, that victory game Spencer his 50th career win at Dan Law Field. Spencer won his 50th home game in only 74 tries, that is a new school record for reaching 50 wins the fastest. The previous mark was held by Kal Segrist who notched his 50th career home win in 76 games (1968-1973). Only five coaches in the history of the program have won 50 home games, here is a look at all of them and how fast each coach reached the milestone. • Dan Spencer - 74 games (2009-2011) • Kal Segrist - 76 games (1968-1973) • Larry Hays - 78 games (1987-1989) • Gary Ashby - 85 games (1984-1986) • Berl Huffman - 90 games (1961-1967)

ROLL IT UP! Texas Tech has recorded 57 double plays in 53 games, which is second in the Big 12 Conference while having already tallied more than the Red Raiders season total last season (55). Oklahoma State leads the league with 62 double plays. Four times already this season Tech has recorded three double plays and in 17 games the Red Raiders have had at least two. In 2010, Texas Tech finished the season with 55 double plays. Tech’s double play total marks its most since turning 63 double plays in 2005. TURN OUT THE LIGHTS, THE PARTY IS OVER In Dan Spencer’s tenure as head coach at Tech, his team has been rock solid when it comes to holding leads. Since 2009, Texas Tech is 69-7 when leading after six innings, 75-3 when leading after seven innings and 76-1 when leading after eight innings.

RED RAIDERS ADD TWO JUCO STANDOUTS TO RECRUITING CLASS Texas Tech head coach Dan Spencer announced the signing of two JUCO standouts for his 2011-2012 recruiting class. Outfielder Devon Conley (New Mexico JC) and infielder/ outfielder Brennan Moore (Grayson County College) have both signed national letters of intent to play for the Red Raiders in 2012.

ALUMINUM BAT RESTRICTIONS PUT IN PLACE FOR 2011 COLLEGIATE SEASON In an effort to make NCAA collegiate bats more like wooden bats, the aluminum bat restrictions for 2011 are supposed to bring offensive numbers back down to earth after many offensive years of final scores resembling those on football scoreboards. Throughout the 2011 season we will compare statistics from this season to the previous five seasons to see what differences the newest bats bring to the game. Stats below are based on average per game. SEASON BA R H 2B 3B HR XBH TB SLG% OB% 2011 .274 5.7 9.1 1.7 0.2 0.4 2.3 12.5 .378 .381 2010 .307 7.2 10.7 2.8 0.2 1.1 4.2 17.2 .494 .398 2009 .299 6.1 10.2 1.8 0.2 0.7 2.7 14.5 .424 .382 2008 .293 6.9 10.2 2.3 0.2 0.9 3.4 15.6 .449 .392 2007 .286 6.4 9.8 2.0 0.2 1.1 3.3 15.4 .449 .375 2006 .315 6.8 11.1 1.9 0.3 0.9 3.1 16.3 .462 .389

JOHN NEELY NAMED TO NCBWA MIDSEASON STOPPER OF THE YEAR WATCH LIST On Thursday, April 21, John Neely was named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Midseason Stopper of the Year Watch List. Neely was among 46 pitchers in the country, and four pitchers in the Big 12 who were named to the list. TEXAS TECH HAS EIGHT-GAME MIDWEEK WIN STREAK SNAPPED Texas Tech had its eight-game midweek win streak snapped on Wednesday, April 27, in an 8-4 loss against New Mexico at Dan Law Field. The midweek winning streak marked the longest for the Red Raiders since also winning eight in a row in 1999. RED RAIDERS’ NINE-GAME ROAD TRIP MARKS THE LONGEST SINCE 1986 Texas Tech completed its nine-game road trip, which marked the longest by the Red Raiders since 1986. Overall, it is tied for the seventh longest road trip in school history. Here is a look at the longest road trips in school history. • 17 games - 1976 (7-10) • 16 games - 1972 (9-7) • 13 games - 1978 (8-5) • 12 games - 1982 (4-8) • 10 games - 1971 (4-6) • 10 games - 1968 (3-7) • 9 games - 1986 (1-8) • 9 games - 1982 (2-7) • 9 games - 2011 (4-5)

CLOCK WATCHERS Not only have the bats changed in the NCAA this season, so has the time between innings. In an effort to address the pace of play in college baseball, the NCAA has implemented a 90-second limit between innings. There is a 108-second limit between innings for games that are televised. Below is a look at the past five seasons and how long the average game lasted, along with the number of games that lasted over three hours, over two hours and 30 minutes and games that were under two hours and 30 minutes. Season Avg. Time of Game + 3:00 + 2:30 - 2:30 2011 2:46 16 43 10 2010 2:56 23 49 8 2009 2:53 24 47 10 2008 3:03 29 51 4 2007 2:47 14 41 14 2006 2:43 13 41 17

TEXAS TECH PITCHING STAFF SETS TOP MARK OVER THE PAST 10 YEARS... Texas Tech hadn’t allowed a home run in eight games (April 13-23) before New Mexico leadoff hitter Kyle Stiner led off Wednesday, April 28th, game with a solo shot over the right-field wall. It marked the first time in over 10 years that Texas Tech hadn’t allowed a HR in eight consecutive games.

DAVID PAIZ-TREY MASEK-BRENNAN STEWART ACCOMPLISH FIRST SINCE 2006 Texas Tech freshmen David Paiz and Trey Masek and redshirt junior Brennan Stewart accomplished something together that hasn’t happened at Texas Tech since 2006. The trio of starters all pitched at least 6.1 innings during their starts at No. 4 Texas, marking the first time a Tech rotation all posted at least 6.1 innings in a Big 12 series since Miles Morgan (7.2 IP), Aaron Odom (7.2 IP) and Colt Hynes (9.0 IP) against Missouri on May 12-14, 2006.

BO ALTOBELLI NAMED TO JOHNNY BENCH AWARD WATCH LIST Sophomore catcher Bo Altobelli has been named to the Johnny Bench Award Watch List, the Greater Wichita Area Sports Commission announced Thursday, April 15. Altobelli is one of just seven sophomore catchers in the nation who have been named to the prestigious award watch list. Altobelli is one of four Big 12 catchers who made the list. The Bench Award is given annually to the nation’s top collegiate catcher.

SPEAKING OF TECH STARTERS GOING AT LEAST 6.1 IP IN BIG 12 STARTS This season Texas Tech has had its starter go at least 6.1 innings in Big 12 games six times in 15 games. In 27 Big 12 games last season, Texas Tech had only five starts last at least 5.1 innings.

N-E-E-L-Y IS HOW YOU SPELL RELIEF John Neely has made the switch from starter in 2010 to reliever this season effortlessly. The junior is currently 9-0 in 26 appearances with seven saves. That means that Neely has been directly involved with the decision of the game during 52 percent (16 games) of Texas Tech’s wins this season. In only 10 appearances has Neely not been awarded the win or with a save.

SEVEN NEWCOMERS WITH WINS FOR THE RED RAIDERS Aaron Corwin’s first career win at Texas State (4/18) gave Texas Tech seven newcomers with at least one win on the mound this season. That is the most newcomers with at least one win for Texas Tech since 2005 when eight newcomers to the program had a win.

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME NOTES TEXAS SERIES NOTES Texas Tech’s series at No. 4 Texas was a pitching duel from the start. Both teams combined to score only 12 runs in the series while neither team hit a home run. Below is more information about the three-game series in Austin. • Held Texas to two of its five lowest hit totals of the season. • David Paiz threw 6.1 IP for the second consecutive start (career-high). • Paiz became the first Tech freshman with back-to-back 6.0 IP starts in Big 12 play since Chad Bettis in 2008. • Jamodrick McGruder had his reaching base safely streak snapped at 39 games. • Texas Tech reached 23 wins in 37 games for the first time since 2006. • Beat top-5 team on the road for the first time since May 27, 2001 (Cal State Fullerton). • First time in over 10 years with wins over top-5 ranked teams in back-to-back weeks. • Win over Texas marked fourth win over a top-25 team this season... third on the road. • Win over Texas gave Dan Spencer 22 career wins over nationally-ranked opponents... seven wins against top-10 teams with three coming against the top five. • In Tech history, no head coach has more than one win vs. Texas in their first three years as head coach... Dan Spencer now has four. • Three hits allowed to Texas in game 2 marked the second fewest for Tech this season. • Allowing one run to Texas was the 5th time holding opponent to fewer than two. • Twice Tech didn’t commit an error against Texas. 10th time this season without an error. • In game 2 Tech didn’t allow an extra-base hit... fourth time this season (3rd in Big 12) not allowing an extra-base hit. • Marked fourth time in the last 20 years that Tech has held Texas to fewer than 2 runs. • Eighth time in Tech/Texas series history holding Texas to fewer than two runs. • Fewest combined runs in all-time series since March 18, 2006 (Tech won 2-1). • Trey Masek became first Tech freshman in over 17 years to beat Texas in Austin. • Masek became first Tech freshman to beat Texas since March 18, 2006 (Miles Morgan). • Masek held a no-hitter through four innings. • Masek retired 12 of the first 13 batters he faced. • Masek has now gone 14 consecutive innings without allowing an extra-base hit. • Neely tallied fifth save of the year... streak of 15.1 IP without allowing a walk snapped. • Held Texas to a .171 (14-for-82) batting average. • Tech pitchers combined for a 2.52 ERA. • Marked 10th consecutive game with a stolen base... longest streak since 2008 (11) • Held Texas to eight runs in the series marking the fewest by the Longhorns in the Texas Tech/Texas all-time series dating back to 1968... last time the Longhorns were held to eight or fewer runs in a home series was against Arizona in 2003... last time Texas was held to eight or fewer runs in a home Big 12 series was against Nebraska in 2000. • Combined with Texas to hit zero home runs... last time Tech and opponent combined for zero homers in a three-game Big 12 series was at #11 Texas (March 28-30, 2003). • Played in front of at least 7,000 fans in each game of the series... Total series attendance 21,554 fans marked the sixth most in a three-game series in UFCU Disch-Falk stadium history... third most in a series during the regular season. • Brennan Stewart threw a career-high 7.1 IP with a career-high 91 total pitches. • Stewart’s 7.1 IP marks the longest start in a Big 12 debut for a Tech pitcher since March 18, 2006 (Miles Morgan, 9.0 IP). • David Paiz now has 12 multi-hit games, which equals the most by a Tech freshman through 38 team games since 2006 (Taylor Ashby - 2007; Barrett Barnes - 2010, also had 12... Roger Kieschnick had 22 multi-hit games in 2006 through 38 team games.

KNOCKING OFF A TOP-5 OPPONENT AT DAN LAW FIELD Texas Tech’s series opening victory over No. 5 Texas A&M (4-3) in 12 innings marked the first time Tech had defeated a top-five nationally-ranked opponent at Dan Law Field since defeating then-No. 2 Missouri, 15-11, on March 30, 2008. TEXAS TECH IN NON-CONFERENCE DOUBLEHEADERS THE LAST 10 YEARS Texas Tech continued its success against non-conference opponents in doubleheaders (against the same opponent) on April 5, when the Red Raiders swept UTSA 8-2, 11-6. Tech is now 11-5 in doubleheaders against non-conference foes the last 10 years. Four times during that time span Tech has swept the doubleheader, including the last two (swept Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, 9-5, 10-9, last season at Dan Law Field. BARNES CATCHES POWER SURGE AT THE PLATE The entire country has seen dropping power numbers at the plate this season, but Texas Tech sophomore Barrett Barnes got hot hitting four home runs in a four game period. The last time a Red Raider hit four homers in that time frame was in 2009 when Jeremy Mayo blasted four homers in three games (April 22-25, 2009). BRENNAN STEWART DOMINATES IN RELIEF OUTING AGAINST UTSA Brennan Stewart pitched a career-high 6.1 innings while recording a career-high seven strikeouts in a relief outing against UTSA, leading Tech to an 8-2 win. Stewart retired the first 17 batters he faced (most consecutive batters retired for a Tech pitcher this season) and finished his 6.1 inning performance retiring 19-of-20 batters from the third to ninth inning. It marked his first win this season and the second win of his career. He became the first Tech pitcher this season to strike out seven in a relief outing and is the first Tech pitcher to strike out seven in relief since March 14, 2008, when Brian Cloud struck out seven batters against No. 22 Texas A&M in College Station. WHITEHEAD HITS FIRST HR THIS SEASON FOR A TECH LEFTY Not only did Kevin Whitehead’s home run in the bottom of the fourth inning against UTSA (4/5) give Tech the eventual game-winning run, he also belted the first home run for a Texas Tech left-handed hitter so far this season. RED RAIDERS REACH MIDWAY POINT OF 56-GAME REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE Texas Tech has reached the midway point of its 56-game regular-season schedule. Through 28 games, Tech has its most wins since the 2007 season (18-10 record). Statistically, here is a glimpse of how Tech measures up against where it was at the previous three seasons. This also shows the difference with the new bats the NCAA is using this season. 2011 2010 2009 2008 Wins 17 13 11 16 Team Batting AVG. .303 .302 291 .292 Runs Scored 182 204 165 206 Hits 280 290 274 286 2B 61 73 36 66 3B 6 12 4 4 HR 12 27 20 26 Total Bases 389 468 378 438 Slugging % .421 .488 .401 .446 Walks 138 119 117 163 Stolen Bases 50-60 25-39 31-41 54-63 ERA 5.55 6.58 5.45 5.39 Hits Allowed 302 314 271 251 Runs Allowed 183 219 176 170 Opponent AVG. .306 .313 .286 .269

THREE CONSECUTIVE WEEKENDS FACING A TOP-10 RANKED OPPONENT Texas Tech faced three consecutive weekend opponents that were all ranked inside the top 10 in the nation at the time of their series with the Red Raiders. Texas Tech traveled to Norman to face then-No. 7 Oklahoma and then hosted then-No. 5 Texas A&M before hitting the road and traveling to Austin to face then-No. 4 Texas. It marked the first time in over 10 years that Tech played three consecutive weekend opponents who were all ranked in the top 10 in the country.

BARNES BECOMES 9TH RED RAIDER IN PAST 10 YEARS TO REACH 20 CAREER HR Sophomore Barrett Barnes became the ninth Texas Tech player to reach 20 career home runs over the past decade when he hit two homers against No. 7 Oklahoma on Sunday, April 3, at L. Dale Mitchell Park in Norman. Barnes is the third fastest to reach 20 career homers during that time frame, trailing only Josh Brady (2004, 61 games) and Cameron Blair (2004-05, 79 games). A complete list is below of Red Raiders who have hit 20 career home runs over the past decade. • Josh Brady - 61 games (2004) • Cameron Blair - 79 games (2004-05) • Barrett Barnes - 85 games (2010-11) • Nick Blankenship - 89 games (2001-02) • Roger Kieschnick - 100 games (2006-07) • Kyle Martin - 101 games (2006-07) • Gera Alvarez - 120 games (2001-02) • Chris Richburg - 136 games (2005-09) • Matt Smith - 142 games (2005-07)

McGRUDER’S STREAK ENDS AT REACHING BASE SAFELY IN 39 STRAIGHT GAMES Jamodrick McGruder had his consecutive games streak of reaching base safely (base hit, walk, hit-by-pitch) snapped at 39 games after going 0-for-4 against No. 4 Texas on April 16 in Austin. He became the first Tech player since 2006 (Joey Callendar) to reach safely in 35 straight games and his streak of 39 consecutive reaching safely is the longest for a Red Raider since Cameron Blair reached safely in 53 consecutive games from 2004-2005. RED RAIDERS SWEEP LOBOS IN ALBUQUERQUE FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1991 Texas Tech and New Mexico are common midweek opponents, but what Texas Tech accomplished in its trip to Albuquerque this season was all but common. Tech came away with a midweek sweep (4-1, 7-6), marking the first time Tech came away with a pair of wins in a two-game set at New Mexico since 1991. RED RAIDERS AND AGGIES GO 12 INNINGS IN SERIES OPENER Texas Tech defeated No. 5 Texas A&M 4-3 in 12 innings during the series opener on Friday, April 8. It marked the longest game for Texas Tech (innings) since also playing 12 innings against the Aggies on March 14, 2008 (Texas A&M defeated Tech, 6-5). The game lasted 3 hours, 51 minutes - marking the longest Tech game (minutes) since a 3 hour, 56 minute marathon against Missouri (Tech defeated Missouri, 16-15) on May 2, 2010 in Lubbock. MORE ON RED RAIDERS AND AGGIES EXTRA-INNING AFFAIR The Red Raiders’ 12th inning victory over the Aggies marked the first win for Tech over A&M in extra-innings at Dan Law Field since 1991 (10-9)... Tech also knocked off A&M in extra-innings in College Station on February 28, 1998 (6-5).

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME NOTES BARNES’ 2-HR GAMES MAKES HIM THE FIRST RED RAIDER TO ACCOMPLISH A LOT SINCE... BARRETT BARNES Barrett Barnes hit two home runs on Sunday, April 3, making him the first Texas Tech player to accomplish a lot of feats since he also accomplished them just last season as a freshman... Here is a look at what Barnes achieved: • 1st time a Tech player hit two HR in a game this season. • 1st Tech player to hit 2 HR in game since Barnes hit 2 against No. 1 Texas (5/27/10). • 1st Tech player to HR in consecutive games since Barnes vs. OU (April 17-18). • 1st time Tech player HR in consecutive AB’s since Barnes at UNLV (4/6) (2nd and 4th). • 1st time Tech player HR in consecutive inn. since Barnes vs. Jacksonville State (2/19) (3rd/4th).

MORE ON NEELY... Neely became the first Tech pitcher in over 10 years to earn the win in four consecutive team victories. He is also the first Tech pitcher in over 10 years to earn the win in three games during a four-game span and to be the winning pitcher in four games in a sixgame span for the Red Raiders. STEPHEN HAGEN NAMED TO NATIONAL ALL-STAR LINEUP Junior first baseman Stephen Hagen was named to the National All-Star Lineup (3/24) after batting .500 (9-for-18) with three multi-hit games, including a 5-for-6 performance with two doubles and a home run against then-No. 14 Baylor. Hagen was one of 16 players in the country named to the All-Star Lineup following the fifth week of the season (March 14-20).

BARRETT BARNES MATCHES CAREER-HIGH HIT STREAK AT 15 GAMES For the second time this season sophomore Barrett Barnes has had a career-high 15game hit streak. Barnes started the season with a 15-game hit streak - dating back to last season. He has hit safely in 27-of-30 games this season.

ANDRE WHEELER NAMED TO CB360 NATIONAL PRIMETIME PERFORMERS LIST Freshman outfielder Andre Wheeler was named to the CollegeBaseball360.com Primetime Performers list for march 14-20. He was one of nine players in the country who made the national list. Wheeler’s clutch performances against Baylor led him to the recognition where he finished the weekend series batting .600 (6-for-10). In Tech’s gamethree come-from-behind win against then-No. 14 Baylor, Wheeler drove in the game’s tying run in the ninth inning and then gave Tech a cushion with a two-run single in the top of the 10th.

BARRETT BARNES REACHES 100 CAREER BASE HITS Sophomore Barrett Barnes collected his 100th career hit against Dallas Baptist with a single to left field in the sixth inning. Barnes reached the milestone hit in his 79th career game. That makes Barnes the fastest Red Raider to reach 100 career hits since Roger Kieschnick recorded his 100th hit in 68 games. JAMODRICK McGRUDER NAMED BIG 12 PLAYER OF THE WEEK Texas Tech sophomore Jamodrick McGruder was named the Big 12 Player of the Week on Monday after batting .500 last week in four games against Dallas Baptist and Nebraska. It marked the first time for McGruder to win the honor and it was the second straight week a Tech player had been honored. It is the first time since the first year of the Big 12 (1997) that Texas Tech players have been honored as the player of the week in back-to-back weeks. Stephen Hagen was named the Big 12 Player of the Week the previous week as he also batted .500 against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and Baylor.

DANIEL COULOMBE OUT FOR REMAINDER OF THE SEASON Junior left-handed pitcher Daniel Coulombe will miss the remainder of the season after an MRI discovered a torn UCL in his pitching elbow that will require season-ending Tommy John surgery. At the time of his injury (3/11 - vs. Iowa), Coulombe was among team leaders with a 3.98 ERA, 20.1 innings pitched and 28 strikeouts. He finished the season making four appearances (4 starts) with a 0-2 record. TECH WINS FIRST BIG 12 CONFERENCE SERIES OPENER ON THE ROAD SINCE 1997 Texas Tech defeated No. 14 Baylor in the Big 12 Conference opening weekend for its first road series win since 1997. The Six previous opening series on the road Tech was a combined 5-13. Tech knocked off Texas 2-of-3 games in the first season of the Big 12 in 1997 in Austin.

TECH SHUTS OUT NEBRASKA FOR FIRST-EVER TIME IN LAST-EVER BIG 12 MEETING Sunday marked the final time Nebraska would play Texas Tech in Big 12 action, and Tech sent the Huskers out with a donut in the run column. Texas Tech shutout Nebraska 3-0 marking the first shutout over the Huskers in Texas Tech history (52 total meetings).

TEXAS TECH SERIES WIN AT BAYLOR IS THE FIRST OVER BEARS IN WACO SINCE 2001 Texas Tech had lost three previous series to Baylor in Waco until this year when Tech opened conference play defeating No. 14 Baylor 2-of-3 in Waco. Only twice before this season in the Big 12 era had Tech knocked off Baylor in a three-game series at Baylor Ballpark, 2001 and in the first season of the Big 12 in 1997.

TEXAS TECH SHUTOUTS IN DAN LAW FIELD HISTORY With its most recent shutout over Nebraska (3-0) on Sunday, March 27, Texas Tech has shutout its opponents 56 times in Dan Law Field history (dates back to 1988). Overall, the Red Raiders have notched 21 shutout victories (home/road/neutral) since 2000. DAVID PAIZ GETS THE SAVE AND TALLIES A HIT AGAINST HUSKERS On Sunday, March 27 against Nebraska, David Paiz became the first Texas Tech player to record a base hit and earn a save on the mound in the same game in over 10 years as the freshman went 1-for-3 at the plate as the starting designated hitter and then entered the game in the eighth inning and pitched 1.2 innings to receive his first career save in Tech’s 3-0 victory over the Huskers.

STEPHEN HAGEN NAMED BIG 12 PLAYER OF THE WEEK Stephen Hagen became the first Red Raider this season to be named the Big 12 Player of the Week on Monday, March 21. Hagen was rewarded after batting .500 (9-for-18) with three multi-hit games, including a 5-for-6 effort with two doubles and a home run against No. 14 Baylor. Hagen also went 2-for-5 with a double and RBI in the final game of the Baylor series. Hagen started the week going 2-for-3 with a two-run homer against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at Dan Law Field.

NEBRASKA SERIES NOTES: Texas Tech managed to win its second straight Big 12 Conference series to open the season. Here are notable achievements the Red Raiders accomplished against the Huskers. • Marked the first time with back-to-back series wins to start Big 12 place since 1999. • Best start in Big 12 play since starting 5-1 in 1999. • First time since May 8, 2009 to shutout a Big 12 opponent (at #10 Kansas State, 6-0). • First time since April 20, 2007 to shutout a Big 12 team at Dan Law Field (vs. Kansas, 1-0). • First time since March 10, 2002 to shutout a Big 12 team in series finale (vs. #14 Texas, 9-0). • First-ever shutout over Nebraska in final Big 12 meeting with the Huskers. • Fewest hits in a victory since also recording four hits in a 2-1 win in 10 innings against TCU at the Astros College Classic at Minute Maid Park on February 7, 2002.

ANDRE WHEELER NAMED BIG 12 NEWCOMER OF THE WEEK Andre Wheeler joined Kelby Tomlinson as Tech players who had been named the Big 12 Newcomer of the Week this season. Wheeler, a freshman from Austin, batted .600 (6-for-10) in three games against No. 14 Baylor in Waco (March 18-20). Wheeler’s top performance came on the series finale when he went 3-for-6 with three RBI. His single to left field in the ninth tied the game and he added insurance runs for Tech in its 10-6 win in 10 innings with a two-run single in the 10th. BAYLOR SERIES NOTES: One consistent theme from the Baylor series was Texas Tech accomplished quite a bit that hadn’t happened within the Red Raider baseball program in quite a while. Here is a look at some of the notable accomplishments out of Tech against No. 14 Baylor. • Marked first time in Texas Tech history to win Big 12 Conference opener on the road. • 22 base hits on Saturday were the most for Tech in a loss in over 10 years. • Scored 13 runs in a loss for the first time since Feb. 6, 2007 (13-15 vs. New Mexico). • Scoring nine runs in the ninth inning are the most in an inning since April 20, 2010. • 9-run ninth is the most in an inning on the road since scoring 10 on February 25, 2008. • 22 base hits were the most for Tech since posting 24 at Kansas (4/25/10) last season. • Stephen Hagen’s five hits were the most by a Tech player since February 21, 2010. • Won first Big 12 opening road series since 1997. • Won first series over Baylor in Waco since 2001. • Won first series over a top-25 team since taking 2-of-3 against #11 Oklahoma in 2010. • Won first road series over top-25 team since winning 2-of-3 at #10 Kansas State (2009). • Finished the series with 51 base hits (10 Friday, 22 Saturday, 19 Sunday). • First time in over 10 years with over 50 hits in a Big 12 series. • First time since 2004 with at least 19 hits in back-to-back games. • First time in over 10 years with at least 19 hits in back-to-back Big 12 games. • In the series, batted .392 (51-for-130) with 14 doubles, .523 SLG% and .449 OB%. • First time to not allow an extra-base hit in a Big 12 game since 2010. • First time to not allow an extra-base hit during Big 12 play on the road since 2007. • Head coach Dan Spencer’s first career extra-inning win (now 1-1 in three seasons).

COMEBACK KIDS Texas Tech used a comeback to either tie or win the game in three consecutive games. Tech overcame a 5-0 deficit against Dallas Baptist (3/22) by scoring five runs in the seventh and then two in the top of the ninth to win the game. In the final game of the Baylor series, Texas Tech scored seven runs in the final four innings - including four in the 10th - to wrap up the series victory. Tech’ largest comeback was scoring nine runs in the ninth inning to erase a 13-4 deficit to tie the game at 13-13. Not included in that number is when Tech broke a 5-5 tie in the top of the ninth inning against Baylor and held on to win in the bottom of the ninth on a diving catch in center field by Barrett Barnes with the bases loaded. SPEAKING OF COMEBACKS... Texas Tech now has three come-from-behind wins when trailing after eight innings this season to mark the most by the Red Raiders in a season in over 10 years. In fact, in the previous 10 years combined, Texas Tech had just seven come-from-behind wins when trailing after eight innings. JOHN NEELY IMPROVES TO 6-0 - FASTEST TECH PITCHER TO SIX WINS SINCE 2001 John Neely earned his sixth win of the season (tied for the lead in the nation at the time) during Tech’s 10-8 win over Nebraska on March 26. Neely improved to 6-0 on the season, making him the fastest Tech pitcher to six wins (24 team games) since Chris Phillips notched win No. 6 in the team’s 23rd game of the season in 2001.

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME NOTES NOW THAT’S A TEAM EFFORT Texas Tech used a total of 21 players in its 10-6 victory in 10 innings over Baylor on Sunday, March 20. It was the most players used by Tech in a game this season as every position player on the weekend roster entered the game and all but three pitchers who were available to pitch made appearances.

SEVEN TECH PLAYERS MAKE BROOKS WALLACE CLASSIC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Seven Tech players, including Jamodrick McGruder - the Most Outstanding Player at the classic, were named to the Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic All-Tournament team following completion of the four-day classic. Bo Altobelli (catcher), Kelby Tomlinson (shortstop), Jamodrick McGruder (outfield), Barrett Barnes (outfield), Reid Redman (utility), Robbie Kilcrease (starting pitcher) and Daniel Coulombe (starting pitcher) all earned recognition.

HOLUB’S ACROBATIC PLAY RANKS NO. 1 ON ESPN SPORTCENTER’S TOP 10 PLAYS Right-handed reliever Hayden Holub’s wild pitch against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Tuesday, March 15, in the fifth inning almost led to a run, but instead landed Holub on ESPN SportCenter’s Top 10 plays as the No. 1 highlight of the day. The wild pitch sent catcher Kevin Whitehead to the backstop, who then threw to a sliding Holub who caught the ball on his left-hand side and acrobatically tagged the runner out behind his back at home plate. The play was then up for the “Best of the Best” plays on ESPN’s website where Holub’s play received 6,627 total votes. His play didn’t win in the voting as Wayne Rooney of Manchester United (soccer) received 10,813 votes for his spectacular bicycle kick.

McGRUDER IS ROUNDING SECOND AND HEADING FOR THIRD Jamodrick McGruder is fast, and earlier this season he showed how fast while picking up three triples in the two final games of the Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic. When hitting his first triple on Sunday, he became the first Tech player since Willie Rueda in 2008 to hit triples in consecutive games. Then, in his third plate appearance on Sunday, McGruder tripled again marking the first time since last season (when he accomplished it) a Tech player notched two triples in one game. McGruder hit a pair of triples at TCU on March 12 during his freshman season. McGruder is the only Texas Tech player to hit two triples twice in his career in over 10 years. In fact, he is the only Tech player since 2001 (Jason Rainey - school record three triples) to hit two triples in a game.

A NOBLE DEBUT Texas Tech freshman Duke von Schamann made his first appearance on the mound in fashion as he became the first Texas Tech freshman to win a collegiate debut as a starter since Chad Bettis defeated Army (16-2) on February 24, 2008. von Schamann, who made a predetermined start, tossed three shutout innings without allowing a walk while scattering three hits with one strikeout and throwing just 38 pitches.

COULOMBE DIALS UP 9 K’S IN 2ND START - MOST BY A RED RAIDER THIS SEASON Daniel Coulombe was named to the Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic All-Tournament team after striking out nine batters in just five innings of work against BYU (2/25). Coulombe did take the loss in his second start of the season, but it had nothing to do with his ability to miss the barrel as he struck out two in the first, two in the second, one in the third, two in the fourth and two in the fifth. In addition, seven of his nine strikeouts were swinging. His nine strikeouts are the most by a Texas Tech pitcher this season and the most by a Red Raider since Chad Bettis struck out 10 against then-No. 1 Texas at the Big 12 Championships last season in Oklahoma City.

FIRST COME-FROM-BEHIND WIN WHEN TRAILING AFTER EIGHT INNINGS SINCE... Texas Tech trailed Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 5-4 after eight innings on Saturday, March 13, before scoring two runs in the ninth inning to mark Tech’s first come-from-behind win when trailing after eight innings since April 11, 2010. On that day, Tech trailed 3-2 at Oklahoma State before Scott LeJeune hit a two-out, three-run homer in the top of the ninth to help give Tech a 5-3 win in Stillwater.

FLORA MAKES BACK-TO-BACK STARTS FOR THE RED RAIDERS Ben Flora became the first Tech pitcher to start in back-to-back games since 2007 when he made his season debut on Sunday, Feb. 20, against Northwestern and then started against BYU on Thursday, Feb. 24. Flora only threw 54 pitches against Northwestern. The last Red Raider to start in back-to-back games was A.J. Ramos, but in a different circumstance. Ramos got the nod in the series opener against Kansas State (in Manhattan), and after throwing the first inning, the game was postponed until the following day due to heavy rain. After the completed game one of the series, Ramos took the hill to start game two on Saturday afternoon. Ramos’ back-to-back games were on March 30-31, 2007.

MAKE THAT TWO COME-FROM-BEHIND WINS WHEN TRAILING AFTER 8 INNINGS Texas Tech did it again in the series finale against No. 14 Baylor in Waco as the Red Raiders trailed 6-3 after six, 6-4 after seven and 6-5 after eight innings. Tech then plated the tying run in the ninth on Andre Wheeler’s single to left field and then scored four runs in the 10th to secure the win. TEXAS TECH TO PLAY ON ESPNU & FSN THIS SEASON Texas Tech will have two of its games televised to a national audience as ESPNU has picked up the Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma game on Saturday, April 2, in Norman, Okla., with a 7 p.m. first-pitch. Texas Tech will play in the first Big 12 Game of the Week when traveling to Manhattan against Kansas State on Saturday, April 23, at Tointon Family Stadium with a 1 p.m. first pitch against the Wildcats. Tech’s game against the Sooners is the first for the Red Raiders on the ESPN Family of Networks since 2005, when ESPNU carried all three games of the Tech/OU series in Norman.

SCORING EARLY AND OFTEN Texas Tech scored six runs in the first inning in back-to-back games against Northern Illinois, marking the first time in over 10 years to accomplish the feat. The last time Texas Tech scored at least five runs in the first inning in back-to-back games was against San Francisco on February 14-15, 2003, when the Red Raiders plated five runs in the first inning in back-to-back games at Dan Law Field.

18-GAME HOMESTAND TO OPEN THE SEASON IS A SCHOOL RECORD Texas Tech opened the season playing 18 consecutive home games - which is the longest homestand to open a season in school history. Tech finished 12-6 on the homestand. It matches the longest homestand in school history, which was first done in 1988 (Feb. 19-March 16), as the 1988 squad went 16-2 with a 15-game win streak to open the stand. On the other side, Tech has had some notable road swings to begin a campaign which includes playing 16 in a row to open the 1972 season (9-7) and playing 25 of its first 28 games on the road to begin the 1976 season (14-11).

TCU IS FIRST NON-CONF TOP 10 TEAM TO PLAY AT DAN LAW FIELD SINCE 2006 Texas Tech hosted No. 8 TCU for a three-game series at Dan Law Field. It marked the first time a top-10 ranked non-conference opponent had traveled to Lubbock since No. 10 Arizona State. Tech defeated the Sun Devils 7-2 on Monday, April 17, 2006. TCU and Arizona State are the only top-10 non-conference opponents to play at Dan Law Field in over 10 years. TECH SUFFERS FIRST SHUTOUT IN 87 CONSECUTIVE GAMES The No. 8 TCU Horned Frogs handed Texas Tech a 7-0 loss in the first game of their threegame series on March 4, at Dan Law Field. It had been 87 games since Tech was shutout, happening last when No. 11 Oklahoma knocked off Tech 4-0 on April 11, 2009 in Norman. It marked only the fourth time in Dan Spencer’s three-year tenure as head coach of the Red Raiders that they had not scored in a game. It also marked the first time Tech was shutout at home since March 28, 2008, a streak of 81 consecutive home games. Tech was shutout 1-0 against No. 2 Missouri on Dan Law Field.

MOST FANS AT DAN LAW FIELD SINCE 2006 The first game of Tech’s series with No. 8 TCU saw 4,173 fans enter the gates at Dan Law Field. It marked the most fans at Dan Law Field since March 18, 2006, when 4,244 fans watched Texas Tech defeat No. 16 Texas, 2-1. SHOWING THE SUPPORT Texas Tech fans packed Dan Law Field when No. 8 TCU played in Lubbock (Mar. 4-6) with at least 3,000 fans at each game during the three-game series. Total, 10,351 fans entered the gates, averaging 3,450 fans per game. It was only the second time during the last four years with at least 3,000 fans at each game in a three-game home series. The last time it happened was in 2010 when 11,584 fans attended the series with No. 8 Texas with an average of 3,861 fans attending per game.

TEXAS TECH LANDS NINE ON RED RAIDER CLASSIC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Texas Tech won the Red Raider Classic with a perfect 4-0 record, and through the competition saw plenty of impressive performances. The Red Raiders placed nine of its players on the all-tournament team, including Kelby Tomlinson (SS), who was named the Most Outstanding Player and Bo Altobelli (C), Stephen Hagen (1B), Nick Popescu (2B), Reid Redman (3B), Jamodrick McGruder (UTL), Barrett Barnes (OF), Robbie Kilcrease (SP) and John Neely (RP).

BARNES’ HIT STREAK SNAPPED AT 15 GAMES Sophomore Barrett Barnes saw his 15-game hit streak snapped after an 0-for-4 against No. 8 TCU on Friday night. Barnes finished the 2010 season with a five game streak and hit safely in the first 10 games this season. During his streak Barnes batted .340 (18-for-53) with 15 runs, five doubles, four home runs, 11 RBI and 13 walks. It is the longest hit streak for a Red Raider since Scott LeJeune recorded a 17-game hit streak in 2010.

TOMLINSON NAMED FIRST-EVER BIG 12 BASEBALL NEWCOMER OF THE WEEK Shortstop Kelby Tomlinson was named the first-ever Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Newcomer of the Week. This is the first season that the Big 12 has awarded newcomers from the league on a week-to-week basis. Joining Tomlinson on the weekly honor roll was Oklahoma third baseman Garrett Buechele (Player of the Week) and Texas pitcher Taylor Jungmann (Pitcher of the Week). Tomlinson batted .583 (7-for-12) in the three-day classic.

JAMODRICK McGRUDER NAMED BROOKS WALLACE MEMORIAL CLASSIC MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER Sophomore Jamodrick McGruder earned most outstanding player recognition at the Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic after leading the way for Texas Tech to a 3-1 record while batting .583 (7-for-12) with five runs, four extra-base hits (three 3B), two RBI, 14 total bases, a 1.167 slugging percentage, a .750 on-base percentage and with two stolen bases.

TEXAS TECH ON OPENING DAY Texas Tech improved to 39-23 all-time on Opening Day after defeating Western Michigan 8-0 on Feb. 18. Tech owns a 12-1 record on Opening Day since 1999. Third-year head coach Dan Spencer has led Tech to three consecutive wins on Opening Day. Texas Tech’s only loss over the past 13 years on Opening Day came against then-No. 19 LouisianaLafayette, 0-4, at the Roadrunner Classic in San Antonio on Feb. 23, 2008.

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME NOTES OPENING DAY AT “THE LAW” Texas Tech has been nearly unbeatable when hosting Opening Day on their home turf at Dan Law Field with a 26-5 all-time record after defeating Western Michigan 8-0 on Feb. 18. The Red Raiders have won 12 straight Opening Day games at Dan Law Field, dating back to a 1-10 loss at home against TCU on February 11, 1997. In fact, since 1986, Texas Tech is 18-1 on Opening Day at Dan Law Field. This season’s opener marked the Red Raiders third consecutive Opening Day at home.

BARRETT BARNES PILES UP PRESEASON ACCOLADES Following perhaps the most productive and most decorated freshman season in Texas Tech baseball history, Barrett Barnes received preseason praises from several national publications/websites. Barnes, who led Texas Tech with a .341 batting average and 14 home runs as a freshman and posted 53 RBI, has been named to several All-Big 12 teams and recognized for his power, hitting ability and projectability as a professional down the road. Here is a look at Barnes’ preseason honors: - Perfect Game USA No. 3 Pro Prospect - Big 12 (Class of 2012) - Perfect Game USA Preseason All-Big 12 - Baseball America Preseason All-Big 12 - Baseball America No. 5 Pro Prospect - Big 12 (Class of 2012) - Baseball America: “Best Raw Power” - Baseball America No. 48 Pro Prospect (College Sophomores) - CollegeBaseball360.com: No. 6 “College Baseball 1B to Watch” - CollegeBaseballInsider.com: “Most Underrated Hitter in Big 12” - CollegeBaseballInsider.com: “Top 3 Pure Hitters in Big 12” - CollegeBaseballInsider.com: “Top 3 Power Threats in Big 12” - College Baseball Daily Preseason All-Big 12 - College Baseball Daily Projected No. 32 Player in the Country

OPENING DAY SHUTOUTS Texas Tech shutout Western Michigan 8-0 on Opening Day, marking the Red Raiders first Opening Day shutout since 2001. It was Texas Tech’s fifth all-time shutout on Opening Day, all occurring in Lubbock. Opening Day Shutouts - Texas Tech History Season Opponent 2011 Western Michigan 2001 Howard 1993 Howard Payne 1986 Sul Ross 1966 New Mexico

Score 8-0 21-0 6-0 11-0 1-0

Location Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas

COULOMBE BECOMES FIRST TECH NEWCOMER TO START ON OPENING DAY SINCE 2006 Junior lefty Daniel Coulombe became the first Texas Tech newcomer to get the nod on Opening Day since 2006. Coulombe received a no-decision after pitching four-shutout innings allowing just one hit and two walks with five strikeouts. Five years ago Texas Tech defeated Louisiana-Monroe, 21-5, behind starting pitcher Josh Tomlin, who pitched his only season at Texas Tech in 2006. Tomlin’s outing was a success as he tossed 6.0 innings allowing one run (earned) on three hits with one strikeout and one walk. In addition, Tomlin made his major league debut this past year with the Cleveland Indians on July 27 against the New York Yankees.

OPENING DAY ATTENDANCE AT DAN LAW FIELD - MOST SINCE 2003 The paid attendance for Opening Day between Texas Tech and Western Michigan was 2,398, which marked the largest Opening Day crowd for Texas Tech at home since Jan. 31, 2003, when Texas Tech defeated New Mexico (4-2) in front of 3,018 fans at Dan Law Field. DAN SPENCER WINS THIRD STRAIGHT ON OPENING DAY Dan Spencer became only the third head coach in Texas Tech history to win three straight Opening Day contests. He joins former Red Raider skippers Kal Segrist (1968-70) and Gary Ashby (1984-86), who also won their first three season openers. In addition, Segrist holds the all-time school record winning five consecutive Opening Day games to begin his head coaching tenure (1968-1972).

RED RAIDERS ON THE FALL ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL The Texas Tech baseball program produced 18 student-athletes who received academic honor roll status following the fall semester. Ten Tech players earned Dean’s List status (3.50-4.00 GPA) while three Red Raiders recorded perfect 4.0 GPAs.

SPENCER IS FIRST TECH SKIPPER TO START 4-0 THREE STRAIGHT SEASONS Dan Spencer became the first Texas Tech head coach in the history of the program to start 4-0 during his first three seasons as head coach. Spencer’s best start as a head coach came last year when Tech began the season 5-0 with wins over Jacksonville State (2), Michigan (2) and Bethune-Cookman.

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE Boyd’s World ranks Texas Tech 26th overall in strength of schedule and with the 50th most difficult non-conference schedule. Only Oklahoma State (No. 18) and Baylor (No. 23) have a more difficult schedule according to the website.

SPEAKING OF TEXAS TECH STARTING 4-0 The Texas Tech baseball team has started the season 4-0 for the third consecutive year. The only other time in the history of the Red Raider baseball program that Tech has started 4-0 in three consecutive years was from 1991-1993 under legendary coach Larry Hays. This season marks the 11th time in the last 25 years that the Red Raiders have started 4-0 (2011, 2010, 2009, 2005, 2002, 1999, 1996, 1993, 1992, 1991, 1986).

NEW OPPONENTS Texas Tech will be taking on three opponents this season for the first time. Iowa, Western Michigan and Utah Valley will all face the Red Raiders for the first time in program history. Last season, Tech faced four first-time opponents, including Michigan, BethuneCookman, Jacksonville State and Alabama A&M. The Red Raiders went 8-0 against their first-time opponents last season, with a 2-0 record against each team.

OPENING DAY SUCCESS FOR TECH FRESHMEN Texas Tech freshman David Paiz continued the trend of Red Raider freshmen succeeding on Opening Day after he went 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI. Last season, Barrett Barnes had a memorable collegiate debut going 3-for-4 with three runs, two homers (2-run, 3-run), six RBI and two stolen bases against Jacksonville State (2/19/10). Barnes became the first Tech freshmen to hit two homers and also have three base hits on Opening Day in over 10 years. It was the best performance for a Tech freshman on Opening Day since Roger Kieschnick went 2-for-4 with three runs, a grand slam and six RBI in his collegiate debut against Louisiana-Monroe on Feb. 3, 2006.

TEXAS TECH IN THE PRESEASON POLLS Texas Tech has been ranked anywhere from seventh-to-ninth in preseason Big 12 Conference polls by Baseball America, Perfect Game USA, College Baseball Daily, College Baseball Today and by the league’s head coaches. The Red Raiders are preseason No. 7 in the league’s coaches’ poll, which is their highest ranking since being tabbed 6th in 2007. Here is a look at previous seasons and where Tech was predicted to finish in the coaches’ poll compared to where they finished at the end of the season in the league standings. Year Predicted Finished 2011________________________________________ 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

BARNES’ OPENING DAY SUCCESS CONTINUES Barrett Barnes had a memorable freshman Opening Day (3-for-4, 2 HR, 6 RBI) and he continued that trend as a sophomore belting a two-run homer in his first at-bat of the season against Western Michigan. Barnes is now 5-for-7 with four runs, three home runs and eight RBI in two career Opening Day games. COMING OUT RUNNIN’ The past three seasons, Texas Tech has hit the ground running with eye-popping stolen base numbers on Opening Day. This season was no exception with four stolen bases (Popescu 2, Tomlinson, Redman). Last season Tech grabbed five stolen bases against Jacksonville State while in 2009 the Red Raiders stole six bases against Southern Utah. TECH TOSSES FIRST TWO-HITTER SINCE 2006 Three Texas Tech pitchers combined for a two-hitter on Opening Day against Western Michigan in the 8-0 shutout. Starter Daniel Coulombe (4.0 IP, 1 H, 5 SO, 2 BB) and relievers John Neely (4.0 IP, 1 H, 4 SO, 0 BB) and Brennan Stewart (1.0 IP, 0 H, 1 SO, 0 BB) combined on the effort. It was the first two-hitter for Tech since Feb. 20, 2006, when Dustin Richardson, Jason Seefeld and Brian Cloud took a no-hitter into the ninth inning and eventually settled for a two-hitter against Eastern New Mexico in a 16-0 victory.

OPPONENTS IN THE POLLS Six of Texas Tech’s opponents received preseason national rankings as TCU, Oklahoma, Texas, Texas A&M, Kansas State and Baylor all appeared in at least one of the following polls: Collegiate Baseball (CB), National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, Baseball America and USA Today/ESPN Coaches (ESPN). Team_________________________ CB_____ NCBWA______BA_______ ESPN TCU__________________________ #1_________#1________ #3________ #2 Oklahoma_____________________ #6_________#5________ #5________ #6 Texas_________________________ #7_________#6________ #6________ #7 Texas A&M_____________________ #8________ #16_______ #21________#13 Baylor________________________ #39_______ #32_______ #16________ NR Kansas State___________________ #37_______ NR________ NR________ NR

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME NOTES TEXAS TECH SIGNS EIGHT DURING EARLY SIGNING PERIOD Texas Tech announced its early signing class in November, a class that includes three pitchers and three infielders that will join the Red Raiders for the fall. Five of Tech’s signees are high school standouts while only one will head to Lubbock from a junior college. - Blake Bass - INF - R/R - Lubbock, Texas/Coronado - Ryan Bielitz - LHP - L/L - The Woodlands, Texas/The Woodlands - Bryant Burleson - INF/RHP - R/R - Midland, Texas/Midland Christian - Trey Ford - INF- R/R - Scottsdale, Ariz./Chaparral/South Mountain CC - David Gates - RHP - R/R - Lubbock, Texas/Monterey - Jayden O’Dell - RHP - R/R - Tuscola, Texas/Jim Ned

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL DRAFT SUCCESS Texas Tech, who finished the 2010 Major League Baseball season with six former players on big league rosters, had five players drafted in the 2010 MLB Draft. Chad Bettis became the fourth highest drafted Red Raider when the Colorado Rockies selected the three-year Tech lettermen in the second round (No. 76 overall). One-year Tech standout Bobby Doran was drafted in the fourth round by the Houston Astros (No. 123 overall). Bettis and Doran marked the first Red Raider pitching duo to be drafted in the top five rounds since 1994 (Ryan Nye - 2nd Round (PHI), Eric Newman - 5th Round (SD). Left-handed pitcher Jay Johnson was drafted in the 26th round by the Toronto Blue Jays, catcher Jeremy Mayo went in the 31st round to the Washington Nationals and right-handed pitcher Brett Bruening was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the 42nd round. It was the fifth time since 2004 that Tech has had at least five draft picks. Overall, Texas Tech has had 100 players drafted in the MLB Draft since 1969.

TEXAS TECH NEWCOMERS The Red Raiders’ 2011 roster will have several new faces, 17 to be exact. And if you toss in the four players who sat out all of last season after undergoing Tommy John surgery, that number of newcomers reaches into the 20’s. But that doesn’t mean Tech’s roster will have inexperience overall. Several of Tech’s newcomers have received high school All-America honors while shortstop Kelby Tomlinson was tabbed a JUCO All-American at Seward County last season and Andre Wheeler (OF/LHP), Daniel Coulombe (LHP) and Taylor Christian (RHP) have been selected in the MLB Draft during their baseball careers. POPESCU IS LONE SENIOR FOR RED RAIDERS The Red Raider roster has one very familiar theme, and infield Nick Popescu doesn’t meet the criteria. Every player besides Popescu will have remaining years of college eligibility left after this season as Popescu is the lone senior for the Red Raiders. After watching several juniors sign in the MLB Draft last season, Popescu will be the only player on the Tech roster that will be recognized on Red Raider Senior Day in May. RED RAIDER BIRTHDAYS DURING 2011 SEASON Two Red Raiders will celebrate their birthdays on a gameday this season. Left-handed pitcher Zach Fowler will turn 22 on Feb. 27 – the fourth game of the season when Texas Tech hosts Northern Illinois in the Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic. The lone senior on the team, Nick Popescu, will celebrate his 22nd birthday on get-away day in Manhattan, Kan., as Texas Tech plays its final game of the Kansas State series on national television (FSN) on Saturday, April 23. Five other Tech players will celebrate a birthday during the season, but will have their birthday land on an off-day. Tech Players’ Birthdays During 2011 Season: Player Birthday Age Zach Fowler February 27 22 Brennan Stewart March 9 22 Robbie Kilcrease March 14 22 Marshall Williams March 17 21 Jamen Parten March 30 20 Ben Flora April 20 21 Nick Popescu April 23 22 2010 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS The 2010 Texas Tech baseball season will be remembered for many reasons, and one that had several highlights - both as a team and individually. - Barrett Barnes was named Freshman All-America by four publications - the most ever for a Red Raider freshman. - Barrett Barnes was named Big 12 Freshman of the Year. - Barrett Barnes became the first Tech freshman to lead the team in batting average (.341) and is only the second TTU freshman to lead the team in home runs (Mike Bewley, 1974). - Jamodrick McGruder became the first Tech freshman to lead the team in stolen bases (23). His SB total ranked fourth in the Big 12. - Bobby Doran was named Louisville Slugger Co-National Pitcher of the Week. Doran struck out 16 batters in 8.1 innings pitched against Missouri. - Jamodrick McGruder joined Barnes as a Freshman All-American, marking the first time in Tech history the Red & Black had a pair of Freshman All-American selections. - Chad Bettis set the Tech record for career saves (17) and he led the Big 12 in league play with 10 saves. - Scott LeJeune hit 28 doubles to lead the Big 12, rank seventh nationally and to rank tied for second all-time in Texas Tech single-season history. LeJeune also tallied a 17-game hit streak - the longest by a Red Raider since 2004 (Cameron Blair, 20 games). - Texas Tech finished in fifth place in the Big 12 (best finish since 2004). - Texas Tech won five of nine Big 12 series. - Texas Tech tied the school and Big 12 record with 12 doubles against Kansas (4/25). The Red Raiders pounded out seven doubles in the second inning alone. - Texas Tech ranked third in the nation in doubles per game (2.84) and was seventh in the country in doubles (162). - Texas Tech ranked 26th in the nation in total attendance (77,249 fans - 2,491/game).

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL 2011 SEASON RESULTS Record: 31-22

Home: 19-11

Away: 10-11

Date Opponent W Score L R-H-E R-H-E Inn # 2/18/11 WESTERN MICHIGAN W 8-0 8-12-1 0-2-2 9 # 2/19/11 NORTHWESTERN W 6-1 6-7-1 1-4-5 9 # 2/19/11 UTAH VALLEY W 6-2 6-13-2 2-8-3 9 # 2/20/11 NORTHWESTERN W 8-6 8-15-2 6-11-1 9 ^ 2/24/11 BYU W 7-4 7-10-1 4-12-1 9 ^ 2/25/11 BYU 3-8 L 3-9-4 8-11-1 9 ^ 2/26/11 NORTHERN ILLINOIS W 15-3 15-18-0 3-9-1 9 ^ 2/27/11 NORTHERN ILLINOIS W 14-8 14-16-1 8-13-1 9 3/01/11 UNLV W 9-4 9-9-0 4-7-1 9 3/02/11 UNLV 3-4 L 3-5-0 4-10-0 9 3/04/11 #8 TCU 0-7 L 0-4-1 7-14-0 9 3/05/11 #8 TCU 6-8 L 6-5-1 8-16-1 9 3/06/11 #8 TCU 1-8 L 1-3-1 8-15-0 9 + 3/11/11 IOWA W 9-7 9-15-3 7-12-1 9 + 3/12/11 TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 5-14 L 5-10-1 14-16-0 9 + 3/12/11 IOWA W 6-4 6-7-2 4-5-2 9 + 3/13/11 TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI W 6-5 6-10-0 5-10-0 9 + 3/15/11 TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI W 9-7 9-9-1 7-14-0 9 * 3/18/11 at #14 Baylor W 6-5 6-10-0 5-10-0 9 * 3/19/11 at #14 Baylor 13-14 L 13-22-3 14-12-0 9 * 3/20/11 at #14 Baylor W 10-6 10-19-1 6-8-1 (10) 3/22/11 at Dallas Baptist W 7-6 7-10-2 6-8-2 9 * 3/25/11 NEBRASKA 5-15 L 5-8-4 15-19-0 9 * 3/26/11 NEBRASKA W 10-8 10-14-1 8-11-1 9 * 3/27/11 NEBRASKA W 3-0 3-4-1 0-5-0 9 * 4/01/11 at #7 Oklahoma 1-10 L 1-3-2 10-11-1 9 * 4/02/11 at #7 Oklahoma 1-11 L 1-6-2 11-13-0 9 * 4/03/11 at #7 Oklahoma 5-8 L 5-7-1 8-16-0 9 4/05/11 vs. UTSA - 1 W 8-2 8-8-1 2-6-4 9 4/06/11 vs. UTSA - 2 W 11-6 11-16-0 6-13-1 9 * 4/08/11 vs. #5 TEXAS A&M W 4-3 4-13-0 3-12-1 (12) * 4/09/11 vs. #5 TEXAS A&M 4-5 L 4-4-3 5-9-1 9 * 4/10/11 vs. #5 TEXAS A&M 8-14 L 8-13-1 14-21-4 9 4/12/11 at New Mexico W 4-1 4-6-2 1-11-0 9 4/13/11 at New Mexico W 7-6 7-7-0 6-13-0 9 * 4/15/11 at #4 Texas 1-4 L 1-8-1 4-5-1 9 * 4/16/11 at #4 Texas W 2-1 2-7-0 1-3-0 9 * 4/17/11 at #4 Texas 1-3 L 1-6-0 3-6-1 9 4/18/11 at Texas State W 8-5 8-9-1 5-7-0 9 * 4/21/11 at Kansas State 1-2 L 1-6-0 2-8-1 9 * 4/22/11 at Kansas State 3-4 L 3-8-0 4-6-1 9 * 4/23/11 at Kansas State 1-4 L 1-7-1 4-10-0 9 4/26/11 NEW MEXICO W 6-1 6-6-1 1-4-0 9 4/27/11 NEW MEXICO 4-8 L 4-4-3 8-10-2 9 * 4/29/11 KANSAS W 3-2 3-8-1 2-9-0 (10) * 4/30/11 KANSAS W 9-4 9-10-1 4-13-1 9 * 5/01/11 KANSAS W 8-7 8-9-2 7-14-4 9 5/03/11 DALLAS BAPTIST 1-11 L 1-5-3 11-11-0 9 5/10/11 at Michigan W 8-2 8-10-2 2-5-1 9 5/11/11 at Michigan W 6-4 6-5-1 4-11-2 9 * 5/13/11 at Missouri 1-11 L 1-7-2 11-10-2 9 * 5/14/11 at Missouri W 6-4 6-10-0 4-7-1 9 * 5/15/11 at Missouri 3-4 L 3-8-0 4-3-0 9

Neutral: 2-0

Big 12 Conference: 10-14

Overall Big 12 Pitcher of Record Attend Temp Time 1-0-0 0-0-0 Neely (W 1-0) 2,398 73° 2:44 2-0-0 0-0-0 Kilcrease (W 1-0) 3,551 68° 2:01 3-0-0 0-0-0 Parten (W 1-0) 3,189 73° 2:45 4-0-0 0-0-0 Paiz (W 1-0) 2,240 64° 2:44 5-0-0 0-0-0 Fowler (W 1-0) 2,316 66° 2:44 5-1-0 0-0-0 Coulombe (L 0-1) 2,448 55° 3:04 6-1-0 0-0-0 Kilcrease (W 2-0) 3,104 80° 2:25 7-1-0 0-0-0 McCrummen (W 1-0) 2,372 72° 3:08 8-1-0 0-0-0 Paiz (W 2-0) 2,060 72° 3:02 8-2-0 0-0-0 Flora (L 0-1) 2,045 68° 2:27 8-3-0 0-0-0 Coulombe (L 0-2) 4,173 68° 2:36 8-4-0 0-0-0 Masek (L 0-1) 3,060 54° 3:03 8-5-0 0-0-0 Parten (L 1-1) 3,118 48° 2:36 9-5-0 0-0-0 Neely (W 2-0) 2,452 85° 2:47 9-6-0 0-0-0 Parten (L 1-2) 2,394 56° 3:04 10-6-0 0-0-0 Masek (W 1-1) 2,467 67° 2:08 11-6-0 0-0-0 Paiz (W 3-0) 2,778 68° 2:45 12-6-0 0-0-0 von Schamann (W 1-0) 2,883 58° 3:01 13-6-0 1-0-0 Neely (W 3-0) 3,308 85° 3:09 13-7-0 1-1-0 Flora (L 0-2) 3,122 82° 3:37 14-7-0 2-1-0 Neely (W 4-0)- 2,575 74° 3:29 15-7-0 2-1-0 Neely (W 5-0) 437 80° 3:01 15-8-0 2-2-0 Parten (L 1-3) 2,965 81° 2:44 16-8-0 3-2-0 Neely (W 6-0) 3,382 76° 3:17 17-8-0 4-2-0 Kilcrease (W 3-0) 2,983 42° 2:33 17-9-0 4-3-0 Paiz (L 3-1) 2,002 81° 2:20 17-10-0 4-4-0 Masek (L 1-2) 1,983 84° 3:05 17-11-0 4-5-0 Kilcrease (L 3-1) 1,367 84° 2:56 18-11-0 4-5-0 Stewart (W 1-0) - 78° 2:32 19-11-0 4-5-0 Neely (W 7-0) 860 79° 2:59 20-11-0 5-5-0 Neely (W 8-0) 3,881 87° 3:51 20-12-0 5-6-0 Fowler (L 1-1) 3,381 91° 2:41 20-13-0 5-7-0 Kilcrease (L 3-2) 3,086 69° 3:06 21-13-0 5-7-0 Stewart (W 2-0) 1,243 60° 2:16 22-13-0 5-7-0 von Schamann (W 2-0) 1,237 62° 2:44 22-14-0 5-8-0 Paiz (L 3-2) 7,286 82° 2:32 23-14-0 6-8-0 Masek (W 2-2) 7,201 80° 2:36 23-15-0 6-9-0 Flora (L 0-3) 7,067 81° 2:23 24-15-0 6-9-0 Corwin (W 1-0) 1,167 91° 2:52 24-16-0 6-10-0 Paiz (L 3-3) 759 56° 2:41 24-17-0 6-11-0 Masek (L 2-3) 931 69° 2:49 24-18-0 6-12-0 Stewart (L 2-1) 1,170 53° 2:25 25-18-0 6-12-0 von Schamann (W 3-0) 2,232 78° 2:19 25-19-0 6-12-0 Parten (L 1-4) 2,107 65° 2:50 26-19-0 7-12-0 Neely (W 9-0) 2,397 95° 2:39 27-19-0 8-12-0 Masek (W 3-3) 2,983 74° 2:52 28-19-0 9-12-0 Kilcrease (W 4-2) 2,288 46° 3:13 28-20-0 9-12-0 Kilcrease (L 4-3) 2,153 72° 2:57 29-20-0 9-12-0 von Schamann (W 4-0) 877 68° 2:29 30-20-0 9-12-0 Kilcrease (W 5-3) 976 77° 3:01 30-21-0 9-13-0 Paiz (L 3-4) 342 58° 2:32 31-21-0 10-13-0 Masek (W 4-3) 755 52° 2:59 31-22-0 10-14-0 McCrummen (L 1-1) 378 51° 2:42

* Big 12 Conference game # Red Raider Classic - Dan Law Field (Lubbock, Texas) ^ Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic - Dan Law Field (Lubbock, Texas) + Texas Tech Invitational - Dan Law Field (Lubbock, Texas) ( ) extra inning game

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL 2011 SEASON STATISTICS     

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

        

                

         



  



      

      

      

      

      

      

      

 

                             

         

         

                                                 

      

      

 

 

                    

      

      

                                  

       

         

         

         

         

         

   

         

         



         

         

         

        

     

  













  







 





   





















  







 





  











 

 

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





 



















  

  

     

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

      

     

  

  

  

     

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

                           

             

             

             







 























 

 









 

























   



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

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL 2011 BIG 12 CONFERENCE ONLY STATS     

 

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

      

      

                 



      

      

      

  

      

      

      



                          

        

        

        

  

      

 

      

 





  









  

    

   







   



 

      

      

      

             

        

        

        

        

        

  



   

   



   

 

 

                                   



 

                           



        

        



 





 





 





 





 





 



 

 





 



 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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























  

  

 

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

      

     

  

  

  

  

  

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           

           







 























 

 









 



















 

 



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

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL PREVIOUS GAME BOX SCORE

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

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

 

 







               

               

               

               

               

                                               



               



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



            

  

  





           

           

           

 

           

 

           

                                   



           



 

  

   

     



     

     

     

     

     

     

                 







 





 

 

 

   

 

 





     



   

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

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2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL MISSOURI SERIES       

    

  





  

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

          

          

 

   











        

        

        

        

        

        

        

 

        

        

                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

              













   

   

    

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

       

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL 2010 vs. OKLAHOMA STATE       

     

  





  

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

         

             

 

       











       

       

       

       

       

       

       

 

       

       

                 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 









       

 





                

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

    

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

   

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


 2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL   TEAM HITTING GAME-BY-GAME 

                                                     



                                                    

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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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                                                     



                                                     

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                                                     

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

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                     

RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011

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                                                     


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                                                    

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011

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                                                     


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL AB-R-H-RBI BREAKDOWN

2

3

McGruder

LeJeune

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

Redman

Popescu

Barnes

Whitehead

Paiz

Hanslik

Hagen

Williams von Schamann

17

18

36

Lopez

Randolph

Wheeler

Western Michigan

5-1-3-1

4-0-0-0

1-1-0-1

Northwestern

3-0-0-0

DNP

3-1-2-2

0-0-0-0

5-1-2-1

3-2-2-0

3-1-2-2

3-0-0-0

4-1-3-2

0-0-0-0

3-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

DNP

2-1-1-0

3-0-1-1

2-0-0-0

3-1-1-0

DNP

2-1-0-0

3-2-1-0

4-0-1-1

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

0-1-0-0

DNP

1-0-0-0

2/19

Utah Valley

5-0-2-1

DNP

3-0-1-0

DNP

3-1-2-1

5-2-3-1

4-1-1-0

4-1-1-0

5-1-1-0

1-0-0-0

3-0-2-2

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

2-0-0-0

2/20

Northwestern

5-0-2-0

DNP

5-1-4-3

3-2-2-0

2-2-1-0

5-1-3-0

5-0-1-0

DNP

4-1-0-0

3-0-0-0

4-1-2-2

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

1-0-0-0

2/24

BYU

2/25

BYU

2-0-1-1

DNP

5-1-1-0

DNP

3-0-2-3

5-1-2-1

4-1-1-0

4-0-1-1

4-0-1-1

DNP

2-0-0-0

DNP

4-1-1-0

1-0-1-0

4-0-1-0

4-0-1-0

4-1-2-1

1-0-0-0

4-0-1-0

DNP

4-3-1-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

1-1-0-0

DNP

3-1-2-1

1-0-0-0

DNP

2-0-0-0

DNP

0-0-0-0

2/26 2/27

Northern Illinois

5-2-3-0

DNP

4-3-2-1

3-1-2-2

5-1-2-2

5-2-2-4

3-2-2-1

5-0-1-1

5-2-3-2

0-0-0-0

4-1-1-1

Northern Illinois

3-3-3-1

DNP

5-2-2-3

5-1-3-2

4-1-1-1

3-1-0-0

5-1-1-0

3-1-1-1

5-1-3-3

0-0-0-0

1-3-1-1

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

1-1-0-0

1-0-1-1

1-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

3/1

UNLV

3-3-1-1

DNP

2-1-1-1

DNP

4-1-0-0

4-1-2-2

4-1-1-0

3-0-0-0

3-0-1-2

DNP

3-1-1-1

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

4-1-2-1

3/2

UNLV

3-0-0-0

DNP

3-1-2-1

3-0-0-0

3-1-1-0

4-0-0-0

4-1-1-2

0-0-0-0

4-0-1-0

DNP

3/4

TCU

3-0-0-0

DNP

4-0-1-0

DNP

3-0-1-0

3-0-0-0

4-0-0-0

2-0-0-0

3-0-2-0

DNP

3-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

DNP

2-0-0-0

3-0-0-0

DNP

1-0-0-0

DNP

4-0-0-0

3/5

TCU

3-1-1-1

DNP

3-1-0-1

3-1-1-1

3-1-0-1

4-0-0-0

4-0-1-0

DNP

4-0-1-1

DNP

DNP

3-1-1-0

DNP

3-1-0-0

DNP

DNP

3/6

TCU

3-0-0-0

DNP

4-0-0-0

3-0-0-0

2-0-0-0

3-0-1-1

3-0-0-0

DNP

3-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

3-0-2-0

1-0-0-0

4-0-0-0

0-1-0-0

0-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

3/11

Iowa

4-1-3-0

DNP

4-1-3-3

4-1-2-0

4-1-2-1

3-0-1-0

3-3-1-0

DNP

3/12

A&M-Corpus Christi

3-1-1-0

DNP

4-1-1-1

1-0-0-1

4-1-1-0

4-0-2-1

4-1-1-0

1-0-0-0

5-1-1-2

DNP

3-0-1-2

DNP

4-1-1-1

DNP

DNP

DNP

4-1-2-2

0-0-0-0

3-0-1-0

1-0-0-0

2-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

1-0-1-0

3/12

Iowa

3-0-1-2

DNP

3-0-0-0

DNP

3-0-1-0

4-0-0-0

4-1-1-3

DNP

3-1-1-0

4-1-2-0

DNP

3-2-1-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

2-1-0-0

3/12

A&M-Corpus Christi

4-0-1-0

DNP

3-1-1-0

1-0-1-2

3-0-1-1

2-2-1-0

3/15

A&M-Corpus Christi

1-1-0-1

DNP

4-0-3-2

0-0-0-0

3-2-1-0

4-0-0-1

4-0-1-0

3-0-1-0

4-0-1-0

0-1-0-0

3-1-1-3

DNP

DNP

DNP

0-1-0-0

2-0-1-0

4-1-1-2

3-1-2-0

4-0-0-0

DNP

3-2-2-2

DNP

0-0-0-0

0-1-0-0

2-1-0-1

3/18

Baylor

5-1-2-1

DNP

3-1-0-0

DNP

3-2-2-1

DNP

4-0-0-1

5-0-1-1

4-1-1-0

5-0-2-1

0-0-0-0

4-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

1-0-0-0

DNP

3-1-2-1

3/19

Baylor

5-1-3-3

DNP

4-1-1-1

6-1-4-3

3/20

Baylor

6-0-1-1

DNP

6-1-1-1

5-2-2-1

3-1-1-0

DNP

5-2-2-1

DNP

5-0-2-1

DNP

6-3-5-2

DNP

2-0-0-0

2-1-1-1

5-1-2-0

1-2-1-1

5-1-3-1

1-0-1-0

6-2-3-1

3-0-0-0

2-0-2-1

0-0-0-0

5-1-2-1

0-1-0-0

0-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

3-0-1-0

3/22

Dallas Baptist

5-1-2-3

DNP

4-0-1-1

6-1-3-3

3-1-0-1

2-2-1-2

DNP

5-0-1-0

1-0-0-0

4-1-3-0

0-1-0-0

4-0-1-0

1-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

2-0-0-0

3/25

Nebraska

3-1-1-0

DNP

4-1-1-0

3-0-2-2

DNP

2-2-1-0

1-0-0-0

5-0-1-2

3-1-1-0

4-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

4-0-1-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

3-0-0-1

3/26

Nebraska

4-3-3-1

4-1-1-0

DNP

3-0-2-4

3-2-2-0

3-1-1-1

1-0-0-0

5-1-2-1

DNP

4-1-1-0

0-0-0-0

4-0-1-1

4-1-1-1

0-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

1-1-1-0

3/27

Nebraska

2-0-0-0

2-1-1-0

DNP

3-0-0-0

3-1-1-0

2-0-0-1

DNP

3-0-1-0

DNP

3-0-1-1

0-0-0-0

3-1-0-1

1-0-0-0

DNP

0-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

4/1

4-0-0-0

Oklahoma

4-1-1-0

DNP

4-0-0-0

3-0-0-0

2-0-0-0

DNP

4-0-1-0

DNP

4-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

4-0-1-1

DNP

DNP

DNP

2-0-0-0

3-0-0-0

4/2

Oklahoma

4-0-0-0

DNP

4-0-1-0

4-0-0-0

3-0-0-0

DNP

2-1-1-1

1-0-0-0

2-0-1-0

DNP

4-0-0-0

DNP

0-0-0-0

DNP

3-0-0-0

4-0-3-0

4/3

Oklahoma

4-0-0-0

DNP

4-1-0-0

0-0-0-0

3-0-0-0

1-0-0-1

5-2-2-3

4-0-2-0

4-0-1-1

DNP

4-1-1-0

2-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

2-1-1-0

4/5

UTSA - 1

4-1-1-1

DNP

4-0-1-1

DNP

3-1-2-3

DNP

4-0-0-0

3-1-1-1

2-3-1-0

3-1-1-0

4-1-0-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

4-0-1-1

4/5

UTSA - 2

3-1-0-0

DNP

4-1-3-0

4-2-2-3

4-1-2-1

DNP

5-2-3-2

3-1-1-1

4-1-2-1

3-1-1-2

5-0-1-1

DNP

0-0-0-0

DNP

2-1-1-0

DNP

4/8

Texas A&M

4-1-3-1

DNP

5-0-2-1

2-1-1-0

5-0-0-0

1-1-1-0

4-0-0-0

4-0-2-2

5-0-0-0

2-0-0-0

6-1-3-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

6-0-1-0

4/9

Texas A&M

2-1-1-0

DNP

2-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

3-0-1-1

4-1-0-0

4-1-0-0

3-0-0-0

4-1-1-1

2-0-0-0

3-0-1-2

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

2-0-0-0

4/10

Texas A&M

4-1-0-0

DNP

5-1-3-3

4-0-2-1

4-1-0-0

4-3-3-0

5-1-2-1

5-0-2-1

3-0-0-0

DNP

5-1-1-1

DNP

0-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

4/12

New Mexico

DNP

DNP

4-1-0-0

4-0-0-0

2-0-1-0

4-0-2-1

3-2-1-2

3-0-0-0

4-0-0-0

4-0-1-0

4-1-1-1

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

4/13

New Mexico

3-2-1-0

DNP

3-1-1-2

DNP

4-0-1-1

3-0-1-1

4-0-0-0

3-1-0-0

DNP

0-0-0-0

3-1-0-0

DNP

0-0-0-0

DNP

4-1-2-2

4-1-1-1

4/15

Texas

3-1-1-0

DNP

4-0-0-0

3-0-2-0

3-0-1-0

4-0-0-0

4-0-2-1

4-0-1-0

0-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

4-0-1-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

4-0-0-0

4/16

Texas

4-0-0-0

DNP

4-1-2-0

4-0-0-0

3-0-2-1

3-0-0-0

2-0-1-0

4-0-0-0

4-0-1-1

0-0-0-0

4-1-1-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

4/17

Texas

4-0-1-0

DNP

3-0-0-0

2-0-0-0

4-0-1-0

3-1-0-0

3-0-1-0

DNP

4-0-2-0

2-0-1-1

4-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

1-0-0-0

4/18

Texas State

3-0-0-0

DNP

3-1-0-0

4-2-1-0

2-1-1-1

5-0-1-2

3-3-2-2

5-0-0-0

4-1-2-0

0-0-0-0

5-0-2-2

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

0-0-0-0

4/21

Kansas State

3-1-1-0

DNP

4-0-1-0

2-0-0-0

3-0-0-0

4-0-1-0

4-0-1-1

2-0-1-0

4-0-1-0

2-0-0-0

4-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

0-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

4/22

Kansas State

5-0-1-1

DNP

4-0-0-0

5-0-2-0

3-0-2-2

3-0-0-0

3-0-0-0

2-1-0-0

4-2-3-0

DNP

4-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

4/23

Kansas State

3-0-1-0

DNP

4-0-0-0

4-0-1-1

4-0-1-0

2-0-0-0

DNP

3-1-2-0

4-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

4-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

1-0-0-0

3-0-2-0

4/26

New Mexico

1-1-0-0

DNP

3-1-0-0

4-0-0-0

4-0-1-0

DNP

4-1-2-1

0-0-0-0

2-1-0-0

DNP

4-1-2-4

DNP

0-0-0-0

DNP

4-0-1-0

3-1-0-0

4/27

New Mexico

3-0-0-1

DNP

2-2-1-0

3-1-1-0

3-0-1-1

2-1-0-0

4-0-0-0

DNP

3-0-0-0

DNP

4-0-1-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

4-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

4/29

Kansas

3-0-0-0

DNP

3-0-1-1

5-0-0-0

3-0-1-0

4-1-2-0

4-0-1-1

DNP

4-0-0-0

DNP

4-1-2-1

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

4-1-1-0

4/30

Kansas

3-2-1-4

DNP

4-3-3-1

0-1-0-0

4-0-2-0

4-2-2-0

3-0-1-1

3-0-1-1

3-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

2-1-0-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

1-0-0-0

5/1

Kansas

5-0-0-0

DNP

5-1-2-2

0-0-0-0

5-1-1-0

5-0-0-1

2-3-1-0

4-1-2-1

4-0-2-0

0-0-0-0

3-2-1-1

DNP

0-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

2-0-0-1

5/3

Dallas Baptist

3-0-0-0

DNP

4-0-2-0

2-1-0-0

4-0-0-0

3-0-1-0

3-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

3-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

4-0-1-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

1-0-0-0

3-0-1-0

5/10

Michigan

4-1-1-0

DNP

5-1-1-1

DNP

3-2-1-0

5-1-3-3

3-2-2-0

DNP

4-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

4-1-1-2

DNP

0-0-0-0

DNP

4-0-1-0

2-0-0-0

5/11

Michigan

5-3-2-2

DNP

2-0-0-0

2-0-0-0

5-1-2-2

2-0-0-1

5-0-0-0

3-2-1-0

3-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

4-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

1-0-0-0

5/13

Missouri

DNP

DNP

5-0-0-0

1-0-1-0

5-1-1-0

4-0-2-1

2-0-0-0

4-0-1-0

4-0-2-0

3-0-0-0

4-0-0-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

4-0-0-0

5/14

Missouri

DNP

DNP

3-2-1-2

1-0-1-1

4-0-2-1

5-0-1-1

3-1-0-0

5-1-1-0

4-1-1-0

2-0-0-0

4-0-2-1

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

3-1-1-0

5/15

Missouri

DNP

DNP

4-1-2-0

3-0-1-0

2-0-0-0

4-1-2-1

3-0-1-1

4-0-0-0

3-1-2-1

3-0-0-0

4-0-0-0

DNP

0-0-0-0

DNP

1-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

5/20

Oklahoma State

5/21

Oklahoma State

5/22

Oklahoma State

Date

Opponent

2/18 2/19

4

5

Tomlinson Altobelli

25

14

15

RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL STARTING LINEUP BY POSITION BREAKDOWN (Team record with player at that position)

Date Opp.

C

SS

McGruder Tomlinson

3B

LF

CF

RF

DH

Redman

LeJeune

Barnes

Paiz

Popescu

Kilcrease

Altobelli

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

McGruder

Barnes

Paiz

Hanslik

2/19 UVU

Parten

Whitehead

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

McGruder

Barnes

Paiz

Hanslik

2/20 NW

Flora

Altobelli

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

McGruder

Barnes

Hanslik

Paiz

2/24 BYU

Flora

Whitehead

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

McGruder

Barnes

Paiz

Randolph

2/25 BYU

Coulombe

Altobelli

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

McGruder

Barnes

Paiz

Lopez

2/26 NIU

Kilcrease

Whitehead

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

McGruder

Barnes

Paiz

Altobelli

2/27 NIU

Parten

Altobelli

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

McGruder

Barnes

Paiz

Whitehead

3/1

UNLV

Paiz

Whitehead

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

McGruder

Barnes

Wheeler

Paiz

CATCHER Kevin Whitehead__________________ 29 (18-11) Bo Altobelli_______________________ 21 (11-10) Mason Randolph______________________3 (2-1)

3/2

UNLV

Flora

Altobelli

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

McGruder

Barnes

Paiz

Wheeler

3/4

TCU

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

McGruder

Barnes

Paiz

Randolph

3/5

TCU

Kilcrease

Altobelli

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

McGruder

Barnes

von schamann

Paiz

3/6

TCU

Parten

Altobelli

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

McGruder

Barnes

von schamann

Paiz

Coulombe Whitehead

Hagen

2B

2/19 NW

Coulombe

Altobelli

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

McGruder

Barnes

von schamann

Paiz

3/12 AMUCC

Parten

Altobelli

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

Lopez

Barnes

McGruder

Paiz

SECOND BASE Jamodrick McGruder_______________ 33 (19-14) Nick Popescu______________________ 20 (12-8)

3/12 IOWA

Masek

Whitehead

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

McGruder

Barnes

Wheeler

Paiz

Kilcrease

Whitehead

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Paiz

Barnes

Wheeler

Popescu

3/15 AMUCC von Schamann Whitehead

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

SHORTSTOP Kelby Tomlinson___________________ 53 (31-22)

3/18 BU

Parten

Whitehead

Hagen

3/19 BU

Masek

Altobelli

3/20 BU

Kilcrease

THIRD BASE Reid Redman_____________________ 53 (31-22) LEFT FIELD Jamodrick McGruder_________________ 14 (9-5) Nick Popescu_______________________ 11 (6-5) Nick Hanslik__________________________7 (4-3) Mason Randolph______________________6 (4-2) Andre Wheeler________________________6 (3-3) David Paiz____________________________5 (4-1) Bo Altobelli___________________________2 (0-2) Scott LeJeune_________________________1 (1-0) Jordan Lopez_________________________1 (0-1) CENTER FIELD Barrett Barnes_____________________ 52 (31-21) Andre Wheeler________________________1 (0-1) RIGHT FIELD David Paiz________________________ 26 (15-11) Andre Wheeler_____________________ 19 (13-6) Duke von Schamann___________________4 (1-3) Jamodrick McGruder___________________2 (1-1) Nick Hanslik__________________________2 (1-1) DESIGNATED HITTER David Paiz_________________________ 20 (11-9) Bo Altobelli___________________________9 (6-3) Nick Popescu_________________________8 (5-3) Mason Randolph______________________5 (2-3) Kevin Whitehead______________________4 (3-1) Nick Hanslik__________________________2 (2-0) Marshall Williams______________________2 (1-1) Andre Wheeler________________________2 (1-1) Jordan Lopez_________________________1 (0-1)

3/11 IOWA

Coulombe Whitehead

1B

STARTING PITCHER Robbie Kilcrease_____________________ 12 (8-4) Jamen Parten_________________________9 (5-4) Trey Masek___________________________9 (5-4) David Paiz____________________________8 (4-4) Duke von Schamann___________________6 (5-1) Daniel Coulombe______________________4 (2-2) Ben Flora_____________________________3 (2-1) Brennan Stewart_______________________2 (0-2)

FIRST BASE Stephen Hagen____________________ 53 (31-22)

2/18 WMU

P

3/13 AMUCC

3/22 DBU

Redman

Randolph

Barnes

Paiz

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

Wheeler

Barnes

McGruder

Paiz

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Randolph

Barnes

von schamann

Paiz

Whitehead

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Wheeler

Barnes

Paiz

Altobelli

Popescu

Paiz

Altobelli

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Randolph

Barnes

Wheeler

Paiz

Parten

Whitehead

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Wheeler

Barnes

Paiz

Randolph

3/26 NU

Masek

Altobelli

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Wheeler

Barnes

Paiz

Williams

3/27 NU

Kilcrease

Altobelli

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Randolph

Barnes

Wheeler

Paiz

3/25 NU

4/1

OU

Paiz

Altobelli

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Randolph

Barnes

Wheeler

Paiz

4/2

OU

Masek

Altobelli

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Wheeler

Barnes

Paiz

Randolph

4/3

OU

Kilcrease

Whitehead

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Wheeler

Barnes

Paiz

Williams

4/5

UTSA-1

Parten

Whitehead

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Hanslik

Barnes

Paiz

Wheeler

4/5

UTSA-2 von Schamann Altobelli

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Randolph

Barnes

Paiz

Whitehead

4/8

A&M

Paiz

Altobelli

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Hanslik

Barnes

Wheeler

Paiz

4/9

A&M

Masek

Whitehead

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Hanslik

Barnes

Paiz

Popescu

4/10 A&M

Kilcrease

Whitehead

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

4/12 UNM

Parten

Altobelli

Hagen

4/13 UNM

Popescu

Redman

Altobelli

Barnes

Paiz

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

Hanslik

Barnes

Paiz

Whitehead

Kilcrease

Whitehead

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Popescu

Barnes

Wheeler

Randolph

4/15 UT

Paiz

Whitehead

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Popescu

Barnes

Wheeler

Altobelli

4/16 UT

Masek

Whitehead

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Popescu

Barnes

Paiz

Altobelli

4/17 UT

Stewart

Altobelli

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Hanslik

Barnes

Paiz

Popescu

4/18 TXST

Kilcrease

Whitehead

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Popescu

Barnes

Paiz

Altobelli

4/21 KSU

Paiz

Altobelli

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Popescu

Barnes

Hanslik

Paiz

4/22 KSU

Masek

Whitehead

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Popescu

Barnes

Paiz

Altobelli

Stewart

Whitehead

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Popescu

Wheeler

Paiz

Altobelli

von Schamann Randolph

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Paiz

Barnes

Wheeler

Altobelli

Randolph

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Paiz

Barnes

Wheeler

Whitehead Paiz

4/23 KSU 4/26 UNM 4/27 UNM

Parten

4/29 KU

Paiz

Altobelli

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Popescu

Barnes

Wheeler

4/30 KU

Masek

Whitehead

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Popescu

Barnes

Wheeler

Paiz

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Paiz

Barnes

Wheeler

Popescu

Whitehead

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Popescu

Barnes

Wheeler

Paiz

von Schamann Randolph

Hagen

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Paiz

Barnes

Wheeler

Popescu

McGruder Tomlinson

Redman

Popescu

Barnes

Paiz

Altobelli

5/1

KU

5/3

DBU

5/10 MICH 5/11 MICH

von Schamann Altobelli Kilcrease

Kilcrease

Whitehead

Hagen

5/13 MU

Paiz

Whitehead

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

Hanslik

Barnes

Wheeler

Paiz

5/14 MU

Masek

Whitehead

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

Hanslik

Barnes

Wheeler

Paiz

von Schamann Whitehead

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Redman

Altobelli

Barnes

Wheeler

Paiz

5/15 MU 5/20 OSU 5/21 OSU 5/22 OSU

26

RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL STARTING LINEUP BY BATTING ORDER Date Opp.

Leadoff

2nd

3rd

Cleanup

5th

2/18 WMU

Tomlinson

McGruder

2/19 NW

Tomlinson

McGruder

Barnes

LeJeune

Popescu

Barnes

Popescu

Paiz

2/19 UVU

Tomlinson

McGruder

Barnes

Popescu

Paiz

2/20 NW 2/24 BYU

Tomlinson

McGruder

Barnes

Popescu

McGruder

Tomlinson

Barnes

Popescu

2/25 BYU

Tomlinson

McGruder

Barnes

Popescu

2/26 NIU

McGruder

Altobelli

Tomlinson

2/27 NIU

McGruder

Altobelli

Tomlinson

3/1

UNLV

McGruder

Wheeler

3/2

UNLV

McGruder

3/4

TCU

3/5 3/6

6th

7th

8th

9th

Paiz

Hagen

Whitehead

Redman

Hagen

Altobelli

Hanslik

Redman

Hagen

Hanslik

Whitehead

Redman

Paiz

Hagen

Altobelli

Hanslik

Redman

Whitehead

Paiz

Hagen

Randolph

Redman

Hagen

Paiz

Altobelli

Lopez

Redman

Barnes

Popescu

Hagen

Paiz

Whitehead

Redman

Barnes

Popescu

Hagen

Whitehead

Paiz

Redman

Tomlinson

Barnes

Popescu

Hagen

Whitehead

Paiz

Redman

Altobelli

Tomlinson

Barnes

Popescu

Hagen

Wheeler

Paiz

Redman

McGruder

Randolph

Tomlinson

Barnes

Popescu

Whitehead

Hagen

Paiz

Redman

TCU

McGruder

Tomlinson

Paiz

Barnes

Popescu

Hagen

Altobelli

von Schamann

Redman

TCU

McGruder

Tomlinson

Paiz

Barnes

von Schamann

Hagen

Altobelli

Popescu

Redman

3/11 IOWA

Barnes

McGruder

Tomlinson

Paiz

Hagen

von Schamann

Altobelli

Popescu

Redman

3/12 TAMUCC

Barnes

McGruder

Tomlinson

Paiz

Hagen

Altobelli

Popescu

Lopez

Redman

3/12 IOWA

McGruder

Barnes

Tomlinson

Paiz

Popescu

Whitehead

Hagen

Wheeler

Redman

3/13 TAMUCC

McGruder

Barnes

Tomlinson

Paiz

Popescu

Whitehead

Hagen

Wheeler

Redman

3/15 TAMUCC

McGruder

Barnes

Tomlinson

Paiz

Popescu

Whitehead

Hagen

Randolph

Redman

Hagen

Wheeler

Redman

3/18 BU

McGruder

Barnes

Tomlinson

Paiz

Popescu

Whitehead

3/19 BU

Tomlinson

McGruder

Barnes

Paiz

Hagen

Altobelli

3/20 BU

McGruder

Barnes

Tomlinson

Paiz

Hagen

3/22 DBU

McGruder

Barnes

Tomlinson

Paiz

3/25 NU

McGruder

Barnes

Tomlinson

3/26 NU

McGruder

Barnes

3/27 NU

McGruder

4/1

OU

McGruder

4/2

OU

4/3

Randolph von Schamann

Redman

Whitehead

Altobelli

Wheeler

Redman

Hagen

Wheeler

Altobelli

Randolph

Redman

Paiz

Hagen

Wheeler

Whitehead

Randolph

Redman

Tomlinson

Hagen

Paiz

Wheeler

Altobelli

Williams

Redman

Barnes

Tomlinson

Hagen

Paiz

Wheeler

Altobelli

Randolph

Redman

Barnes

Tomlinson

Hagen

Paiz

Wheeler

Altobelli

Randolph

Redman

McGruder

Tomlinson

Barnes

Hagen

Paiz

Wheeler

Altobelli

Randolph

Redman

OU

McGruder

Tomlinson

Barnes

Hagen

Wheeler

Paiz

Whitehead

Williams

Redman

4/5

UTSA-1

McGruder

Wheeler

Barnes

Hagen

Whitehead

Paiz

Tomlinson

Hanslik

Redman

4/5

UTSA-2

McGruder

Altobelli

Barnes

Hagen

Whitehead

Paiz

Tomlinson

Randolph

Redman

4/8

A&M

McGruder

Wheeler

Barnes

Hagen

Whitehead

Paiz

Tomlinson

Hanslik

Redman

4/9

A&M

McGruder

Popescu

Barnes

Hagen

Whitehead

Paiz

Tomlinson

Hanslik

Redman

4/10 A&M

McGruder

Altobelli

Hagen

Popescu

Barnes

Whitehead

Tomlinson

Paiz

Redman

4/12 UNM

Tomlinson

Altobelli

Barnes

Hagen

Paiz

Popescu

Whitehead

Hanslik

Redman

4/13 UNM

McGruder

Popescu

Barnes

Hagen

Whitehead

Tomlinson

Wheeler

Randolph

Redman

4/15 UT

McGruder

Altobelli

Barnes

Popescu

Hagen

Whitehead

Tomlinson

Wheeler

Redman

4/16 UT

McGruder

Altobelli

Barnes

Popescu

Hagen

Whitehead

Tomlinson

Paiz

Redman

4/17 UT

McGruder

Altobelli

Barnes

Hagen

Tomlinson

Popescu

Paiz

Hanslik

Redman

4/18 TXST

McGruder

Altobelli

Barnes

Popescu

Hagen

Whitehead

Tomlinson

Paiz

Redman

4/21 KSU

McGruder

Altobelli

Barnes

Hagen

Tomlinson

Popescu

Paiz

Hanslik

Redman

4/22 KSU

McGruder

Altobelli

Barnes

Tomlinson

Hagen

Paiz

Popescu

Whitehead

Redman

4/23 KSU

McGruder

Altobelli

Wheeler

Paiz

Redman

Popescu

Hagen

Whitehead

Tomlinson

4/26 UNM

Tomlinson

Altobelli

McGruder

Paiz

Barnes

Wheeler

Hagen

Randolph

Redman

4/27 UNM

Tomlinson

Altobelli

McGruder

Paiz

Barnes

Whitehead

Hagen

Randolph

Pairten

4/29 KU

McGruder

Altobelli

Barnes

Hagen

Popescu

Paiz

Tomlinson

Wheeler

Redman

4/30 KU

McGruder

Redman

Barnes

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Whitehead

Paiz

Wheeler

5/1

KU

McGruder

Redman

Barnes

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Whitehead

Paiz

Wheeler

5/3

DBU

McGruder

Redman

Barnes

Hagen

Popescu

Tomlinson

Whitehead

Paiz

Wheeler

5/10 MICH

McGruder

Redman

Barnes

Hagen

Tomlinson

Paiz

Popescu

Wheeler

Randolph

5/11 MICH

McGruder

Redman

Barnes

Hagen

Tomlinson

Popescu

Paiz

Whitehead

Altobelli

5/13 MU

Wheeler

Redman

Tomlinson

Barnes

Popescu

Hagen

Whitehead

Paiz

Hanslik

5/14 MU

Tomlinson

Redman

Barnes

Popescu

Hagen

Whitehead

Paiz

Wheeler

Hanslik

5/15 MU

Tomlinson

Redman

Barnes

Paiz

Hagen

Popescu

Altobelli

Whitehead

Hanslik

5/20 OSU 5/21 OSU 5/22 OSU

27

BREAKDOWN (Team record with player at that spot in the lineup) LEADOFF Jamodrick McGruder_______________ 39 (23-16) Kelby Tomlinson_____________________ 11 (7-4) Barrett Barnes_________________________2 (1-1) Andre Wheeler________________________1 (0-1) 2ND SPOT Bo Altobelli_________________________ 15 (8-7) Barrett Barnes_______________________ 10 (8-2) Reid Redman_________________________9 (5-4) Jamodrick McGruder___________________8 (5-3) Kelby Tomlinson_______________________5 (1-4) Andre Wheeler________________________3 (3-0) Nick Popescu_________________________2 (1-1) Mason Randolph______________________1 (0-1) 3RD SPOT Barrett Barnes_____________________ 29 (18-11) Kelby Tomlinson____________________ 18 (12-6) David Paiz____________________________2 (0-2) Jamodrick McGruder___________________2 (1-1) Stephen Hagen________________________1 (0-1) Andre Wheeler________________________1 (0-1) CLEANUP Stephen Hagen_____________________ 19 (12-7) David Paiz__________________________ 14 (8-6) Nick Popescu_______________________ 10 (7-3) Barrett Barnes_________________________8 (3-5) Scott LeJeune_________________________1 (1-0) Kelby Tomlinson_______________________1 (0-1) 5TH SPOT Nick Popescu______________________ 16 (11-5) Stephen Hagen______________________ 13 (6-7) David Paiz____________________________8 (6-2) Kevin Whitehead______________________6 (5-1) Kelby Tomlinson_______________________4 (2-2) Barrett Barnes_________________________3 (1-2) Duke von Schamann___________________1 (0-1) Andre Wheeler________________________1 (0-1) Reid Redman_________________________1 (0-1) 6TH SPOT Kevin Whitehead____________________ 12 (8-4) David Paiz__________________________ 11 (7-4) Stephen Hagen______________________ 10 (6-4) Andre Wheeler________________________7 (4-3) Nick Popescu_________________________6 (2-4) Kelby Tomlinson_______________________4 (3-1) Bo Altobelli___________________________2 (0-2) Duke von Schamann___________________1 (1-0) 7TH SPOT Bo Altobelli_________________________ 13 (7-6) Stephen Hagen______________________ 10 (7-3) Kelby Tomlinson______________________ 9 (6-3) Kevin Whitehead______________________9 (5-4) David Paiz____________________________5 (3-2) Nick Popescu_________________________3 (1-2) Andre Wheeler________________________2 (1-1) Nick Hanslik__________________________1 (1-0) Mason Randolph______________________1 (0-1) 8TH SPOT Mason Randolph____________________ 11 (7-4) David Paiz__________________________ 11 (6-5) Nick Hanslik__________________________8 (5-3) Andre Wheeler________________________8 (7-1) Kevin Whitehead______________________7 (4-3) Nick Popescu_________________________2 (1-1) Marshall Williams______________________2 (1-1) Jordan Lopez_________________________2 (0-2) Duke von Schamann___________________2 (0-2) 9TH SPOT Reid Redman_____________________ 43 (26-17) Andre Wheeler________________________4 (2-2) Nick Hanslik__________________________3 (1-2) Kelby Tomlinson_______________________1 (0-1) Bo Altobelli___________________________1 (1-0) Mason Randolph______________________1 (1-0)

RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME RECAPS GAME 1: Western Michigan 0 at Texas Tech 8

GAME 6: BYU 8 at Texas Tech 3

GAME 11: #8 TCU 7 at Texas Tech 0

Feb. 18 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas Western Michigan (1-1) 000 000 000 0 2 2 Texas Tech (1-0) 300 100 40X 8 12 1 WP: Neely (1-0) LP: Moyer (0-1) S: None Attendance: 2,398 Time: 2:44 Temp: 73° Highlights: Three Tech pitchers combined on a two-hit shutout - Tech’s first Opening Day shutout since 2001 (210, vs. Howard). It also marked Tech’s first two-hitter since 2006. Barrett Barnes hit a two-run homer in his first at-bat of the season while freshman David Paiz went 3-for-4 with two RBI in his collegiate debut. Daniel Coulombe pitched 3.2 innings of no-hit baseball to start the game (4.0 IP). John Neely pitched 4.0 IP allowing one hit with four strikeouts while at one point retiring 10 consecutive batters.

Feb. 25 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas BYU (3-3) 100 030 022 8 11 1 Texas Tech (5-1) 110 000 100 3 9 4 WP: Anderson (1-0) LP: Coulombe (0-1) S: Neil (1) Attendance: 2,448 Time: 3:04 Temp: 55° Highlights: Texas Tech pitchers struck out 14 batters but it wasn’t enough as BYU took advantage of four Tech errors to tally three multi-run innings to record its first win over Tech in Lubbock since 1998. Daniel Coulombe pitched 5.0 innings and struck out nine batters while allowing four runs (3 ER) and five hits. Barrett Barnes improved his hit streak to 11 games going 2-for-4 with a run and RBI while Reid Redman went 1-for-4 to take his hit streak to six games - at least one hit in every game this season.

Mar. 4 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas #8 TCU (5-4) 010 003 300 7 14 0 Texas Tech (8-3) 000 000 000 0 4 1 WP: Winkler (3-0) LP: Coulombe (0-2) S: None Attendance: 4,173 Time: 2:36 Temp: 68° Highlights: TCU starting pitcher Kyle Winkler struck out nine and allowed four hits in eight innings while Tech starter Daniel Coulombe stuck out eight in 5.1 innings while at one point striking out seven of 11 batters from the second to fourth inning. Kelby Tomlinson extended his hit streak to 10 games. Barrett Barnes saw his hit streak end at 15 games. David Paiz was the only Tech player with a multi-hit game (2-for-3). It marked the first time Tech had been shutout in 87 games (April 11, 2009).

GAME 2: Northwestern 1 at Texas Tech 6

GAME 7: Northern Illinois 3 at Texas Tech 15

GAME 12: #8 TCU 8 at Texas Tech 6

Feb. 19 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas Northwestern (1-2) 100 000 000 1 4 5 Texas Tech (2-0) 120 111 00X 6 7 1 WP: Kilcrease (1-0) LP: Havey (0-1) S: None Attendance: 3,551 Time: 2:01 Temp: 68° Highlights: Robbie Kilcrease made his return to the mound after missing all of 2010 with Tommy John surgery to toss a career-high 7.0 innings allowing four hits and one run with four strikeouts in the win. Kelby Tomlinson stole two bases and went 2-for-3 with two RBI. Northwestern allowed three unearned runs due to five fielding errors. Jerad McCrummen pitched two perfect innings with one strikeout to finish the game. Stephen Hagen (1-for-4) and Reid Redman (1-for-3) also collected RBI for Tech.

Feb. 26 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas Northern Illinois (0-5) 000 200 100 3 9 1 Texas Tech (6-1) 602 220 30X 15 18 0 WP: Kilcrease (2-0) LP: Hermsen (0-1) S: None Attendance: 3,104 Time: 2:25 Temp: 80° Highlights: Robbie Kilcrease won his second straight start throwing 7.0 innings for the second time in a row and every Tech starter had at least one base hit by the fourth inning. Seven Red Raiders finished with multi-hit games, led by Jamodrick McGruder (3-for-5), who finished a home run shy of the cycle and David Paiz (3-for-5, 2 RBI), Nick Popescu (2-for-5, 4 RBI) and Bo Altobelli (2-for-3, 2 RBI). Barrett Barnes (12 games) and Reid Redman (6 games) both extended hit streaks.

Mar. 5 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas #8 TCU (6-4) 211 200 200 8 16 1 Texas Tech (8-4) 000 060 000 6 5 1 WP: Crichton (1-0) LP: Masek (0-1) S: Miller (2) Attendance: 3,060 Time: 3:03 Temp: 54° Highlights: Tech’s six-run fifth inning that included three hits, four walks and two hit-by-pitch wasn’t enough as TCU tallied two in the seventh after Tech tied the score at six in the fifth frame. Trey Masek took the loss - first career pitching 3.1 IP allowing four hits, two runs and two walks. David Paiz extended his hit streak to eight games going 1-for-4. Bo Altobelli had the Red Raiders’ only extra-base hit with a double in the fifth inning. Tech starting pitcher Robbie Kilcrease threw three innings (9 H, 5 R, 1 BB, 2 SO).

GAME 3: Utah Valley 2 at Texas Tech 6

GAME 8: Northern Illinois 8 at Texas Tech 14

GAME 13: #8 TCU 8 at Texas Tech 1

Feb. 19 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas Utah Valley (1-2) 010 000 010 2 8 3 Texas Tech (3-0) 211 001 100 6 13 2 WP: Parten (1-0) LP: Gray (0-1) S: None Attendance: 3,189 Time: 2:45 Temp: 73° Highlights: Jamen Parten won his Texas Tech debut pitching 5.0 innings allowing four hits and one run with four strikeouts. It marked the second straight outing Tech’s starter didn’t allow a walk. Nick Popescu went 3-for-5 with two runs a double and an RBI. Stephen Hagen went 2-for3 with two RBI. Tech totaled five stolen bases from five different players. Zach Fowler tossed two-scoreless innings in relief while freshman Trey Masek made his collegiate debut on the hill pitching two-scoreless innings.

GAME 4: Northwestern 6 at Texas Tech 8

Feb. 20 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas Northwestern (1-3) 001 500 000 6 11 1 Texas Tech (4-0) 022 220 00X 8 15 2 WP: Paiz (1-0) LP: Gailey (0-1) S: Neely (1) Attendance: 2,240 Time: 2:44 Temp: 64° Highlights: Tech finished the Red Raider Classic with a come-from-behind win while Kelby Tomlinson led the way (4-for-5, 3 RBI) being named the Most Outstanding Player. Ben Flora started but lasted only 3.0 innings but freshman David Paiz entered and threw 4.0 innings with six strikeouts in relief during his first career outing to earn the win. John Neely pitched the final two frames (2.0 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 1 SO) to earn Tech’s first save of the season. Nick Popescu (3for-5) and Stephen Hagen (2-for-4, HR) also paced Tech.

GAME 5: BYU 4 at Texas Tech 7

Feb. 24 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas BYU (1-3) 010 101 100 4 12 1 Texas Tech (5-0) 100 201 30X 7 10 1 WP: Fowler (1-0) LP: Shutt (0-2) S: Neely (2) Attendance: 2,316 Time: 2:59 Temp: 66° Highlights: Texas Tech took the lead for good in the seventh on Nick Popescu’s RBI double down the left-field line while Zach Fowler pitched one inning in relief with two strikeouts to earn his first career victory. Marks the second straight year that Tech has started the season 5-0. John Neely pitched the final 1.2 innings with two strikeouts to earn his second save. Reid Redman led the way offensively going 2-for-3 with three RBI. Popescu (2-for-5) and Stephen Hagen (1-for-4, 3 runs) also paced Tech at the plate.

Feb. 27 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas Northern Illinois (0-6) 004 001 201 8 13 1 Texas Tech (7-1) 600 210 05X 14 16 1 WP: McCrummen (1-0) LP: Gonzales (0-2) S: None Attendance: 2,372 Time: 3:08 Temp: 72° Highlights: For the second straight game Texas Tech scored six runs in the first inning to lead Tech to its first 7-1 start since 2005. Jamodrick McGruder went 3-for-3 with two triples and reached base in all six plate appearances to be named the Brooks Wallace Classic’s Most Outstanding Player. Kelby Tomlinson hit his first career home run going 2-for-5. Bo Altobelli (3-for-5) and David Paiz (3-for-5) also had three-hit performances. Jerad McCrummen (3.1 IP, 6 H, 4 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 2 SO) earned his first career win.

GAME 9: UNLV 4 at Texas Tech 9

Mar. 1 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas UNLV (7-2) 020 010 010 4 7 1 Texas Tech (8-1) 120 041 01X 9 9 0 WP: Paiz (2-0) LP: Javate (0-1) S: None Attendance: 2,060 Time: 3:02 Temp: 72° Highlights: David Paiz pitched five innings in his first career start to win his second game of the season before handing off to the Tech bullpen who used seven relievers to win its third straight game. Andre Wheeler made his first career start in right field going 2-for-4 with a run, RBI and double. Jamodrick McGruder stole three bases and went 1-for-3. Nick Popescu went 2-for-4 with two RBI. Seven Tech relievers combined pitched four innings allowing just two hits and one run with five strikeouts.

GAME 10: UNLV 4 at Texas Tech 3

Mar. 2 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas UNLV (8-2) 004 000 000 4 10 0 Texas Tech (8-2) 000 003 000 3 5 0 WP: Dysinger (2-0) LP: Flora (0-1) S: Hartman (2) Attendance: 2,045 Time: 2:27 Temp: 68° Highlights: UNLV snapped Tech’s three-game win streak scoring all of its runs in the third inning and then holding on to the victory. Rebels starting pitcher Scott Dysinger carried a no-hitter through five innings before Reid Redman doubled to lead off the sixth. Barrett Barnes hit a two-run homer during the Red Raiders’ sixth inning, where they scored all of their runs. Kelby Tomlinson went 2-for-3 as the only Tech player with multiple hits. Trey Masek struck out four in 2.1 innings out of the Tech bullpen.

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Mar. 6 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas #8 TCU (7-4) 100 000 250 8 15 0 Texas Tech (8-5) 000 000 001 1 3 1 WP: Purke (2-0) LP: Parten (1-1) S: None Attendance: 3,118 Time: 2:36 Temp: 48° Highlights: TCU starting pitcher Matt Purke was perfect through 4.2 IP before Stephen Hagen singled through the left side. The Red Raiders held TCU to just a run through six innings, but Tech’s offense wasn’t able to get on the board until Nick Popescu hit a sacrifice fly in the ninth inning. Hagen was the only Tech player with more than one hit going 2-for-3. Tech starter Jamen Parten was impressive throwing 6.1 IP allowing three runs (2 ER) on eight hits with four strikeouts without allowing a walk.

GAME 14: Iowa 7 at Texas Tech 9

Mar. 11 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas Iowa (4-6) 000 012 040 7 12 1 Texas Tech (9-5) 110 031 12X 9 15 3 WP: Neely (2-0) LP: Kenyon (1-1) S: None Attendance: 2,452 Time: 2:47 Temp: 85° Highlights: Kelby Tomlinson drove in the game-winning runs with a bases-loaded single to right field in the bottom of the eighth to score two runs giving Tech the 9-7 win. Daniel Coulombe struck out six in the no-decision. John Neely pitched 1.1 innings with two strikeouts to earn the win. Every Tech starter had at least one hit while Tomlinson (3-for-4, 3 RBI), Jamodrick McGruder (3-for-4), Barrett Barnes (1-for-3, 3 runs), Bo Altobelli (2-for-4) and Reid Redman (2-for-4) led the way at the plate.

GAME 15: A&M-Corpus Christi 14 at Texas Tech 5

Mar. 12 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (11-5) 000 134 105 14 16 0 Texas Tech (9-6) 000 001 400 5 10 1 WP: Simko (2-2) LP: Parten (1-2) S: None Attendance: 2,394 Time: 3:04 Temp: 56° Highlights: David Paiz went 2-for-4 and hit his first career home run while Nick Popescu (2-for-4) was the only other Tech player with a multi-hit game. Jamen Parten started and went 4.1 innings allowing five hits and two runs with one strikeout and allowing two walks. It marked the first time a Tech opponent had scored more than eight runs and the first time an opponent had two big-innings (4-plus runs) in the same game. Tech used a total of five relievers in the contest.

RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME RECAPS GAME 16: Iowa 4 at Texas Tech 6

GAME 21: Texas Tech 10 at #14 Baylor 6 (10)

GAME 26: Texas Tech 1 at #7 Oklahoma 10

Mar. 12 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas Iowa (4-7) 010 000 030 4 5 2 Texas Tech (10-6) 040 110 00X 6 7 2 WP: Masek (1-1) LP: Brown (1-1) S: Neely (3) Attendance: 2,467 Time: 2:08 Temp: 67° Highlights: Trey Masek pitched 7.2 innings with five strikeouts allowing three runs on three hits in his first career start. It marked the longest start by a Tech pitcher this season. John Neely pitched 1.1 innings without allowing a hit for the save. Barrett Barnes launched his third homer of the season (17th career) in Tech’s four-run second inning. David Paiz finished 2-for-4 as the only Tech player with multiple hits. Stephen Hagen scored two runs and Jamodrick McGruder tallied two RBI going 1-for-3.

Mar. 20 ● Baylor Ballpark ● Waco, Texas Texas Tech (14-7, 2-1) 100 200 111 4 10 19 1 #14 Baylor (13-7, 1-2) 300 012 000 0 6 8 1 WP: Neely (4-0) LP: Pinckard (1-1) S: None Attendance: 2,575 Time: 3:29 Temp: 74° Highlights: Texas Tech scored seven runs in the last four innings, including four in the 10th to secure the series win over No. 14 Baylor. It marked Tech’s first series win over the Bears in Waco since 2001 and the first Big 12 opening series win on the road for Tech since 1997. Andre Wheeler went 3-for-6 with the game-tying RBI in the ninth and Reid Redman went 3-for-5. Barrett Barnes went 3-for-6 with a pair of doubles. John Neely got the win in relief pitching one inning with two strikeous.

Apr. 1 ● L. Dale Mitchell Park ● Norman, Okla. Texas Tech (17-9, 4-3) 100 000 000 1 3 2 #7 Oklahoma (20-6, 3-3) 043 020 10X 10 11 1 WP: Rocha (7-0) LP: Paiz (3-1) S: None Attendance: 2,002 Time: 2:20 Temp: 81° Highlights: Oklahoma RHP Michael Rocha threw a complete game while limitting Tech to only three hits. The Red Raiders had two base hits and scored their only run in the first inning. Barnes single down the left-field line in the third extended his hitting streak to 13 games and was Tech’s final hit of the game. Freshman David Paiz made his first career Big 12 start pitching four innings allowing nine hits, nine runs (7 ER) with one walk and two strikeouts throwing 90 total pitches. Hagen drove in Tech’s only run.

GAME 17: A&M-Corpus Christi 5 at Texas Tech 6

GAME 22: Texas Tech 7 at Dallas Baptist 6

GAME 27: Texas Tech 1 at #7 Oklahoma 11

Mar. 13 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (11-7) 000 000 320 5 10 0 Texas Tech (11-6) 000 000 402 6 10 0 WP: Paiz (3-0) LP: Irwin (0-1) S: None Attendance: 2,778 Time: 2:45 Temp: 68° Highlights: It took only 45 minutes to play six innings before both team’s offenses got going. The Red Raiders tied the game at 3-3 in the seventh on Stephen Hagen’s bases-clearing double and then Bo Altobelli drove in Hagen to give Tech a 4-3 lead. A&M-Corpus Christi then took the lead scoring two in the eighth. Two walks and two hitby-pitch tied the game for Tech in the ninth before Reid Redman’s walk-off single up the middle. Every Tech starter had at least one hit but nobody finished with multiple hits.

Mar. 22 ● Patriot Field ● Dallas, Texas Texas Tech (15-7) 000 000 502 7 10 2 Dallas Baptist (13-8) 011 120 010 6 8 2 WP: Neely (5-0) LP: Haney (0-1) S: None Attendance: 437 Time: 3:01 Temp: 80° Highlights: For the third time in four games Texas Tech used a come-from-behind effort when trailing after eight innings to defeat Dallas Baptist, who led 5-0 after six inning. Jamodrick McGruder’s single to right in the seventh tied the game at 5-5 and then McGruder’s double to left in the ninth tied the game once again before Kelby Tomlinson’s single up the middle gave Tech the eventual game-winning run. David Paiz led Tech going 3-for-4 and McGruder finished 2-for-5 with three RBI.

Apr. 2 ● L. Dale Mitchell Park ● Norman, Okla. Texas Tech (17-10, 4-4) 000 000 010 1 6 2 #7 Oklahoma (21-6, 4-3) 403 300 100 11 13 0 WP: Overton (4-2) LP: Masek (1-2) S: None Attendance: 1,983 Time: 3:05 Temp: 84° Highlights: Barrett Barnes scored Texas Tech’s only run with his fourth home run this season (18th career) over the left-field wall in the eighth inning. The hit by Barnes improved his hit streak to 14 games. Masek started the game and lasted only 2.1 innings allowing eight hits and seven runs with two walks and two strikeouts. Andre Wheeler led all players going 3-for-4 while Kelby Tomlinson (1-for-4), Barnes (1-for-2) and David Paiz (1-for-2) were the only Red Raiders with base hits in the game.

GAME 18: A&M-Corpus Christi 7 at Texas Tech 9

GAME 23: Nebraska 15 at Texas Tech 5

GAME 28: Texas Tech 5 at #7 Oklahoma 8

Mar. 15 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (12-8) 000 032 020 7 14 0 Texas Tech (12-6) 140 110 20X 9 9 1 WP: von Schamann (1-0) LP: S. Hoelscher (0-1) S: None Attendance: 2,883 Time: 3:01 Temp: 58° Highlights: Duke von Schamann won his first career start making his collegiate debut on the mound, Stephen Hagen hit his second home run this season and Hayden Holub made an acrobatic play that landed him No. 1 on ESPN SportsCenter’s Top 10 Plays. Kelby Tomlinson went 3-for-4 and Kevin Whitehead had his first multi-hit game of the season going 2-for-3 with a double. Six Red Raider relievers combined on the effort as von Schamann’s start was predetermined.

Mar. 25 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas Nebraska (17-7, 1-0) 208 050 000 15 19 0 Texas Tech (15-8, 2-2) 000 040 100 5 8 4 WP: Freeman (4-0) LP: Parten (1-3) S: None Attendance: 2,965 Time: 2:44 Temp: 81° Highlights: Tech trailed 15-0 after the top of the fifth. Starter Jamen Parten allowed 10 runs on 10 hits in 2.2 innings. Kelby Tomlinson led Tech going 2-for-3 with two RBI while Reid Redman (1-for-2, 2 runs) and Barrett Barnes (1for-5) both extended hit streaks to 10 games. Seven Tech players recorded base hits, but only Tomlinson had more than one. Ben Flora (2.0 IP, 6 H, 5 R, 3 ER, 2 BB, 2 SO), Aaron Corwin (2.1 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 3 SO) and Taylor Christian (2.0 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 2 SO) pitched in relief.

Apr. 3 ● L. Dale Mitchell Park ● Norman, Okla. Texas Tech (17-11, 4-5) 000 004 100 5 7 1 #7 Oklahoma (22-6, 5-3) 111 300 02X 8 16 0 WP: B. Smith (4-2) LP: Kilcrease (3-1) S: Duke (3) Attendance: 1,367 Time: 2:56 Temp: 84° Highlights: Barrett Barnes homered twice in consecutive at-bats to hit his fifth and sixth homers of the season and 19th and 20th for his career. Barnes went 2-for-5 with three RBI. Robbie Kilcrease suffered his first loss of the season and only the second of his three-year career allowing a career-high 11 hits and six runs in 3.1 IP. Catcher Kevin Whitehead was the only other Red Raider with a multi-hit game going 2-for-4 with a double. Barnes improvd his hit streak to 15 games, matching a career high.

GAME 19: Texas Tech 6 at #14 Baylor 5

GAME 24: Nebraska 8 at Texas Tech 10

GAME 29: UTSA 2 vs. Texas Tech 8

Mar. 18 ● Baylor Ballpark ● Waco, Texas Texas Tech (13-6, 1-0) 130 001 001 6 10 0 #14 Baylor (12-6, 0-1) 100 200 020 5 10 1 WP: Neely (3-0) LP: Browder (0-1) S: None Attendance: 3,308 Time: 3:09 Temp: 85° Highlights: Barrett Barnes made a full-extension diving catch in left center fild in the bottom of the ninth with two outs and the bases loaded to give Tech the win. It marked Tech’s first-ever Big 12 opening win on the road and the first time they have won the series opener over in Waco since 2001. Jamodrick McGruder (2-for-5, 2 SB, RBI), David Paiz (2-for-5, RBI), Andre Wheeler (2-for-3, 2B, RBI) and Reid Redman (2-for-3, 2 R, 2B, RBI) led Tech at the plate. Jamen Parten started for Tech (5.0 IP, 7 H, 3 R, 1 BB, 1 SO).

Mar. 26 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas Nebraska (17-8, 1-1) 000 204 200 8 11 1 Texas Tech (16-8, 3-2) 205 010 11X 10 14 1 WP: Neely (6-0) LP: Hauptman (4-2) S: None Attendance: 3,382 Time: 3:17 Temp: 76° Highlights: Kelby Tomlinson drove in the eventual gamewinning run with an RBI single to left in the seventh inning going 2-for-4 with four RBI. John Neely became the fastest Tech pitcher to six wins since 2001 and has now earned the win in Tech’s last four wins (first time in over 10 years for a TTU pitcher). Barrett Barnes (2-for-5) and Reid Redman (1-for-3) extended their hit streaks to 11 games and Jamodrick McGruder went 3-for-4 with three runs. Neely stuck out the final five batters he faced to end the game.

Apr. 5 ● Foster Field ● San Angelo, Texas UTSA (11-19) 002 000 000 2 6 4 Texas Tech (18-11) 020 500 01X 8 8 1 WP: Stewart (1-0) LP: Langley (2-3) S: None Attendance: - Time: 2:32 Temp: 78° Highlights: Brennan Stewart retired 19 of the 20 batters he faced, including 17 consecutively to begin his relief outing while throwing a career-high 6.1 innings with a career-high seven strikeouts. He allowed only one base hit and didn’t allow a walk. Kevin Whitehead hit his first home run of the season to give Tech its eventual game-winning run during the Red Raiders’ five-run third inning. Reid Redman led Tech going 2-for-3 with three RBI at the plate. Jamen Parten made his seventh start (2.2 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 3 SO).

GAME 20: Texas Tech 13 at #14 Baylor 14

GAME 25: Nebraska 0 at Texas Tech 3

GAME 30: UTSA 6 vs. Texas Tech 11

Mar. 19 ● Baylor Ballpark ● Waco, Texas Texas Tech (13-7, 1-1) 200 001 109 13 22 3 #14 Baylor (13-6, 1-1) 241 401 101 14 12 0 WP: Bremer (2-1) LP: Flora (0-2) S: None Attendance: 3,122 Time: 3:37 Temp: 82° Highlights: After trailing 13-4 heading into the ninth, Texas Tech scored nine runs to tie the score at 13 before Baylor won the game with a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth. Stephen Hagen went 5-for-6 with three runs, two RBI, two doubles and a home run. Bo Altobelli went 4-for-6 with three RBI and a double. Six Red Raiders had multi-hit games. It was the most hits for Tech in a loss in over 10 years. Trey Masek started for Tech in the nodecision (3.0 IP, 5 H, 8 R, 4 ER, 4 BB, 1 SO).

Mar. 27 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas Nebraska (17-9, 1-2) 000 000 000 0 5 0 Texas Tech (17-8, 4-2) 001 110 00X 3 4 1 WP: Kilcrease (3-0) LP: Keller (2-2) S: Paiz (1) Attendance: 2,983 Time: 2:33 Temp: 42° Highlights: The shutout victory marked Tech’s first over a Big 12 opponent at Dan Law Field since 2007 while winning back-to-back Big 12 series to open the season since 1999. Robbie Kilcrease threw a career-high 7.1 innings allowing five hits and two walks with three strikeouts. David Paiz earned his first career save while becoming the first Tech player in over 10 years to record a save and have a base hit in the same game. Barrett Barnes extended his hit streak to 12 games going 1-for-3.

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Apr. 5 ● Foster Field ● San Angelo, Texas UTSA (11-20) 002 012 010 6 13 1 Texas Tech (19-11) 230 000 51X 11 16 0 WP: Neely (7-0) LP: Kraft (1-2) S: None Attendance: 860 Time: 2:59 Temp: 79° Highlights: John Neely picked up his seventh in - all in relief - pitching 3.2 innings, allowing two hits and one run with six strikeouts. Five Tech players finished with multi-hit games. Barrett Barnes went 3-for-5 and hit his fourth home run in four games and Bo Altobelli went 2-for-4 with three RBI. Reid Redman had his second straight two-hit game going 2-for-4 with an RBI. Duke von Schamann made his second start this season pitching 2.2 innings allowing six hits and two runs with one strikeout.

RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME RECAPS GAME 31: #5 Texas A&M 3 at Texas Tech 4

Apr. 8 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas #5 Texas A&M (22-8, 7-3) 101 000 001 000 3 12 1 Texas Tech (20-11, 5-5) 001 000 110 001 4 13 0 WP: Neely (8-0) LP: Parrent (0-2) S: None Attendance: 3,881 Time: 3:51 Temp: 87° Highlights: An infield single in the bottom of the 12th by Kelby Tomlinson scored the game-winning run as Tech defeated its first top-10 opponent of the season. John Neely pitched 4.0 IP allowing one run and with three strikeouts to win his eighth game. Jamodrick McGruder (3-for-4), Stephen Hagen (3-for-6), Kevin Whitehead (2-for-4, 2 RBI) and Tomlinson (2-for-5, RBI) led the way offensively for Tech. David Paiz started on the mound pitching 6.1 innings allowing two runs and seven hits with four strikeouts.

GAME 32: #5 Texas A&M 5 at Texas Tech 4

Apr. 9 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas #5 Texas A&M (23-8, 8-3) 101 000 030 5 9 1 Texas Tech (20-12, 5-6) 000 100 120 4 4 3 WP: Parrent (1-2) LP: Fowler (1-1) S: Hinojosa (8) Attendance: 3,381 Time: 2:41 Temp: 91° Highlights: With the score tied 2-2 in the top of the eighth, A&M third baseman Adam Smith hit a three-run homer on an 0-2 pitch from Tech reliever Brennan Stewart to give A&M a 5-2 lead. Tech scored two in the bottom of the eighth but wouldn’t be able to finish off the comeback. Trey Masek pitched 6.1 innings allowing two runs on two hits with two strikeouts. Jamodrick McGruder (1-for-2, run), Stephen Hagen (1-for-3, 2 RBI), David Paiz (1-for-4) and Reid Redman (1-for-3) led Tech at the plate.

GAME 33: #5 Texas A&M 14 at Texas Tech 8

Apr. 10 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas #5 Texas A&M (24-8, 9-3) 240 340 010 14 21 4 Texas Tech (20-13, 5-7) 221 020 001 8 13 1 WP: Stripling (6-2) LP: Kilcrease (3-2) S: None Attendance: 3,086 Time: 3:06 Temp: 69° Highlights: The Red Raiders and Aggies combined scored 20 runs in the opening five innings. Despite four errors, Texas A&M cruised to the victory with seven players recording multi-hit games. Tech starter Robbie Kilcrease had his shortest career start (1.1 IP) while five Tech relievers were used in the game. Nick Popescu (3-for-4, 3 runs) and Kelby Tomlinson (3-for-5, 3 RBI) led the way for Tech at the plate. Tech’s 4-through-7 hole batters went a combined 10-for-19 with five runs and five RBI.

GAME 34: Texas Tech 4 at New Mexico 1

GAME 36: Texas Tech 1 at #4 Texas 4

GAME 41: Texas Tech 3 at Kansas State 4

Apr. 15 ● UFCU Disch-Falk Field ● Austin, Texas Texas Tech (22-14, 5-8) 000 010 000 1 8 1 #4 Texas (26-8, 10-3) 030 000 01X 4 5 1 WP: Jungmann (8-0) LP: Paiz (3-2) S: Knebel (10) Attendance: 7,286 Time: 2:32 Temp: 82° Highlights: The Longhorns scored three runs in the second inning on two walks, a hit-by-pitch and with two base hits. David Paiz returned to his hometown making his second straight start pitching at least 6.0 IP to become the first Tech freshman to do so since 2008 (Chad Bettis). Bo Altobelli (2-for-3) and Barrett Barnes (2-for-4) led the charge at the plate for Tech. Barnes tallied Tech’s only RBI with a double to left in the fifth. Jamodrick McGruder reached base safely for the 39th consecutive game.

Apr. 22 ● Tointon Stadium ● Manhattan, Kan. Texas Tech (24-17, 6-11) 020 001 000 3 8 0 Kansas State (23-15, 7-10) 002 200 00X 4 6 1 WP: Hunter (4-3) LP: Masek (2-3) S: Allen (12) Attendance: 931 Time: 2:49 Temp: 71° Highlights: The Red Raiders jumped out to a 2-0 lead but K-State scored two runs in both the third and fourth innings to take a lead they would never give up. Reid Redman scored Tech’s first run with a safety squeeze while Jamodrick McGruder, the following batter, drove in Kevin Whitehead to give Tech a 2-0 lead. Tech also scored in the sixth on an RBI single to left field by Redman. David Paiz went 3-for-4 with two doubles and a triple. Maskek took the loss pitching 5.0 IP allowing 4 R, 5 H, 4 BB with 0 SO.

GAME 37: Texas Tech 2 at #4 Texas 1

GAME 42: Texas Tech 1 at Kansas State 4

Apr. 16 ● UFCU Disch-Falk Field ● Austin, Texas Texas Tech (23-14, 6-8) 020 000 000 2 7 0 #4 Texas (26-9, 10-4) 000 000 001 1 3 0 WP: Masek (2-2) LP: Green (2-3) S: Neely (5) Attendance: 7,201 Time: 2:36 Temp: 80° Highlights: Trey Masek became the first Tech freshman to beat Texas in Austin in over 17 years while pitching 6.1 scoreless innings and allowing two hits and striking out two with three walks. Tech scored two runs in the second on an RBI single to LF by David Paiz and with an RBI safety squeeze bunt by Reid Redman. John Neely pitched 2.2 innings for his fifth save of the season. Kelby Tomlinson (2-for-4) and Reid Redman (2-for-3) were the only players in the game with a multi-hit game.

Apr. 23 ● Tointon Stadium ● Manhattan, Kan. Texas Tech (24-18, 6-12) 001 000 000 1 7 1 Kansas State (24-15, 8-10) 103 000 00X 4 10 0 WP: Applegate (4-2) LP: Stewart (2-1) S: Allen (13) Attendance: 1,170 Time: 2:25 Temp: 53° Highlights: Tech evened the score at 1-1 in the third on an RBI single by Bo Altobelli, but Tech never took the lead as K-State earned its first-ever sweep in a three-game series over Texas Tech. Brennan Stewart (2.0 IP, 5 H, 4 R, 3 ER, 1 BB, 1 SO) took the loss while John Neely threw a careerhigh 5.0 IP out of the Tech bullpen, while not allowing a run and scattering five hits with three strikeouts. Andre Wheeler (2-for-3) and Kevin Whitehead (2-for-3) led the Tech offense with multi-hit games.

GAME 38: Texas Tech 1 at #4 Texas 3

GAME 43: New Mexico 1 at Texas Tech 6

Apr. 17 ● UFCU Disch-Falk Field ● Austin, Texas Texas Tech (23-15, 6-9) 000 100 000 1 6 0 #4 Texas (27-9, 11-4) 000 000 03X 3 6 1 WP: Milner (4-2) LP: Flora (0-3) S: Knebel (11) Attendance: 7,067 Time: 2:23 Temp: 81° Highlights: Texas Tech led for seven innings with a 1-0 lead before giving up three runs on three hits in the eighth inning. Nick Hanslik gave Tech its 1-0 lead with a single to left field in the fourth driving in Nick Popescu, who walked to reach base. Brennan Stewart had a dominating first start of the season pitching 7.1 IP allowing one run on four hits with five strikeouts and two walks. Stewart exited in the eighth with a 1-0 lead. David Paiz notched his 12th multi-hit game of the season going 2-for-4.

Apr. 26 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas New Mexico (12-29) 000 000 001 1 4 0 Texas Tech (25-18) 100 050 00X 6 6 1 WP: von Schamann (3-0) LP: House (0-2) S: None Attendance: 2,232 Time: 2:19 Temp: 78° Highlights: Duke von Schamann pitched 6.1 scoreless innings to earn his third win and Stephen Hagen belted a grand slam in the Red Raiders’ five-run fifth inning to notched its eighth consecutive midweek victory. Hagen went 2-for-4 with four RBI while hitting the first opposite field homer (right field) of the season for Tech and the Red Raiders first grand slam since 2009. Barrett Barnes also doubled and drove in a run in Tech’s big inning while going 2-for-4 in the game.

GAME 39: Texas Tech 8 at Texas State 5

GAME 44: New Mexico 8 at Texas Tech 4

Apr. 12 ● Isotopes Park ● Albuquerque, N.M. Texas Tech (21-13) 010 120 000 4 6 2 New Mexico (10-23) 010 000 000 1 11 0 WP: Stewart (2-0) LP: Wilson (1-2) S: Neely (4) Attendance: 1,243 Time: 2:16 Temp: 60° Highlights: Stephen Hagen and Barrett Barnes both homered and the Tech pitching staff allowing only one run despite 11 New Mexico base hits to give Tech its fifth straight midweek win (fourth in a row on the road/neutral site). Hagen broke the scoreless tie with a line shot solo blast in the second and Barnes provided the final blow with a two-run homer (8th of the season/22nd career) in the fifth. Brennan Stewart pitched 2.2 IP with two strikeouts to get the win, John Neely pitched 2 IP to get the save.

Apr. 18 ● Bobcat Baseball Stadium ● San Marcos, Texas Texas Tech (24-15) 000 011 402 8 5 1 Texas State (23-13) 110 010 002 5 7 0 WP: Corwin (1-0) LP: Colon (1-3) S: Neely (6) Attendance: 1,167 Time: 2:52 Temp: 91° Highlights: Texas Tech scored took control of the game with a four-run seventh inning that included three base hits, two walks and a hit-by-pitch. Aaron Corwin became the seventh Tech newcomer to earn a win, as he notched his first career win as a Red Raider pitching 1.1 IP. John Neely threw the final 2.1 innings to post his sixth save. Barrett Barnes (2-for-3, 2 runs, 2 RBI) hit two doubles and Stephen Hagen (2-for-5, 2 RBI) and David Paiz (2-for-4, run) each had multi-hit games for Texas Tech.

Apr. 26 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas New Mexico (13-29) 230 000 300 8 10 2 Texas Tech (25-19) 100 021 000 4 4 3 WP: Wilson (2-2) LP: Parten (1-4) S: None Attendance: 2,107 Time: 2:50 Temp: 65° Highlights: The Lobos jumped out to a 5-1 lead after two innings and that would be all they would need as Tech left 13 runners on base with only four base hits. The Red Raiders had 13 batters reach base via walk, the most this season and the most since posting 14 walks last season against Houston. Jamen Parten took the loss pitching 2.1 innings allowing five runs and six hits with two walks. Jamodrick McGruder grabbed his 26th stolen base of the season going 1-for-3. Kelby Tomlinson went 1-for-2.

GAME 35: Texas Tech 7 at New Mexico 6

GAME 40: Texas Tech 1 at Kansas State 2

GAME 45: Kansas 2 at Texas Tech 3

Apr. 13 ● Isotopes Park ● Albuquerque, N.M. Texas Tech (22-13) 100 006 000 7 7 0 New Mexico (10-24) 110 011 200 6 13 0 WP: von Schamann (2-0) LP: Nelson (0-1) S: Corwin (1) Attendance: 1,237 Time: 2:44 Temp: 62° Highlights: Texas Tech sent 10 batters to the plate in the sixth inning while scoring six runs with four walks and four consecutive base hits to take the lead for good. Duke von Schamann earned his second win pitching 3.0 IP allowing three hits and one hit with two strikeouts in relief. Mason Randolph hit two doubles and drove in two runs going 2-for-4 while Jamodrick McGruder reached base for the 38th consecutive game going 1-for-3 while being the only Tech player to score two runs.

Apr. 21 ● Tointon Stadium ● Manhattan, Kan. Texas Tech (24-16, 6-10) 000 000 010 1 6 0 Kansas State (22-15, 6-10) 011 000 00X 2 8 1 WP: Conlon (2-0) LP: Paiz (3-3) S: Allen (11) Attendance: 759 Time: 2:41 Temp: 56° Highlights: Texas Tech didn’t record its first base hit until the fifth inning (Tomlinson, 1B) and scored its only run in the eighth inning following an infield error extended the inning. Kansas State scored on a sacrifice fly in the second and on an RBI triple in the third for all the offense it would need. Tech had six players with a base hit, no Red Raider finished with multiple hits. Jamodrick McGruder went 1-for-3 and scored a run while stealing his 23rd base of the season. Barrett Barnes (1-for-4) drove in Tech’s only run.

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Apr. 26 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas Kansas (20-22, 9-10) 110 000 000 0 2 9 0 Texas Tech (26-19, 7-12) 010 000 001 1 3 8 1 WP: Neely (9-0) LP: Duncan (0-3) S: None Attendance: 2,397 Time: 2:39 Temp: 95° Highlights: Stephen Hagen tied the game at 2-2 with a solo homer to lead off the ninth inning before Barrett Barnes scored the game-winning run with a walk-off single through the left side in the bottom of the 10th inning to score Andre Wheeler, who led off the inning with a single. John Neely pitched a 1-2-3 top of the 10th inning to earn his ninth win. It marked back-to-back walk-off wins for Tech at home against Big 12 teams (vs. #5 Texas A&M Kelby Tomlinson walk-off single in the 12th).

RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL GAME RECAPS GAME 46: Kansas 4 at Texas Tech 9

GAME 51: Texas Tech 1 at Missouri 11

Apr. 30 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas Kansas (20-23, 9-11) 000 202 000 4 13 1 Texas Tech (27-19, 8-12) 400 104 00X 9 10 1 WP: Masek (3-3) LP: Taylor (4-3) S: None Attendance: 2,983 Time: 2:52 Temp: 74° Highlights: With a one-run lead in the sixth inning, Jamodrick McGruder provided Texas Tech with four insurance runs hitting his first career grand slam to right field. Kelby Tomlinson finished a homer shy of hitting for the cycle and Nick Popescu (2-for-4) and Reid Redman (2-for-4) also finished with multiple hits. Trey Masek earned the win pitching 5.2 innings allowing four runs on eight hits with five strikeouts. The Red Raider pitching staff struck out 10 batters in Big 12 play for the first time this season.

May 13 ● Taylor Stadium ● Columbia, Mo. Texas Tech (30-21, 9-13) 000 000 010 1 7 2 Missouri (22-27, 9-12) 230 051 000 11 10 2 WP: Anderson (2-0) LP: Paiz (3-4) S: None Attendance: 342 Time: 2:32 Temp: 58° Highlights: Two errors led to six unearned runs for Missouri while the Tech pitching staff allowed eight walks and three hit-by-pitch to give Missouri its seventh series opening win over the Red Raiders in Columbia since 1999. Tech had only one base hit through six innings, but ended the game with six hits in the final three frames. Nick Popescu drove in Tech’s only run going 2-for-4. David Paiz, who started and took the loss pitching 2.2 IP, went 2-for-4 with a double in the ninth inning for Tech’s only extra-base hit.

GAME 47: Kansas 7 at Texas Tech 8

GAME 52: Texas Tech 6 at Missouri 4

May 1 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas Kansas (20-24, 9-12) 000 201 013 7 14 4 Texas Tech (28-19, 9-12) 002 100 203 8 9 2 WP: Kilcrease (4-2) LP: Murray (2-2) S: None Attendance: 2,288 Time: 3:13 Temp: 46° Highlights: A one-run lead by the Red Raiders entering the ninth inning quickly turned into a two-run deficit when Kansas’ Tucker Tharp hit a three-run homer in the ninth to give Kansas a 7-5 lead. The Red Raider prevailed scoring three in the bottom of the ninth on only one base hit. Kelby Tomlinson scored Tech’s first run in the ninth with a single to center field. A wild pitch on ball four to Bo Altobelli tied the game and then freshman Andre Wheeler took a four-pitch walk with the bases loaded to end it.

May 14 ● Taylor Stadium ● Columbia, Mo. Texas Tech (31-21, 10-13) 000 200 040 6 10 0 Missouri (22-28, 9-13) 000 001 003 4 7 1 WP: Masek (4-3) LP: Stites (3-5) S: Neely (7) Attendance: 755 Time: 2:59 Temp: 52° Highlights: Texas Tech snapped its seven-game losing streak to Missouri on the road while Trey Masek joined teammate Duke von Schamann as four-game winners this season, the most wins by a Tech freshman since Chad Bettis in 2008 (4-5). Kelby Tomlinson put the game out of reach with a two-run triple in the Red Raiders four-run eighth inning. Reid Redman (2-for-4) and Stephen Hagen (2-for-4) each had multi-hit games. John Neely pitched the final three innings for his first career three-inning save.

GAME 48: Dallas Baptist 11 at Texas Tech 1

GAME 53: Texas Tech 3 at Missouri 4

May 5 ● Dan Law Field ● Lubbock, Texas Dallas Baptist (31-13) 030 215 000 11 11 0 Texas Tech (28-20) 000 010 000 1 5 3 WP: Pudenz (2-1) LP: Kilcrease (4-3) S: None Attendance: 2,153 Time: 2:57 Temp: 72° Highlights: Texas Tech dropped its final home midweek game of the season while allowing three multiple run innings and being outhit 11-5. After falling behind 5-0 in the fourth, Tech used seven relievers for the final 5.2 innings of the game. Zach Fowler tossed two scoreless innings in relief and Kelby Tomlinson led Tech going 2-for-4. The Red Raiders scored their only run in the fifth inning on a wild pitch. Dallas Baptist had two players finish with at least three hits and seven players all had at least one hit.

May 15 ● Taylor Stadium ● Columbia, Mo. Texas Tech (31-22, 10-14) 010 101 000 3 8 0 Missouri (23-28, 10-13) 000 000 301 4 3 0 WP: McCormick (6-2) LP: McCrummen (1-1) S: N/A Attendance: 378 Time: 2:42 Temp: 51° Highlights: Texas Tech saw its three-run slip away during the final three innings of the game while Missouri benefitted from eight walks and two hit-by-pitch. The Tigers scored three of its runs off just two base hits. David Paiz (2-for-3) and Nick Popescu (2-for-4) each hit solo homers, Popescu’s in the second inning over the right-center field wall and Paiz’ in the fourth, an opposite field shot over the right-field fence. Tech used five relievers in the game. Kelby Tomlinson (2-for-4) also had two hits for Tech.

GAME 49: Texas Tech 8 at Michigan 2

May 10 ● Wilpon Complex ● Ann Arbor, Mich. Texas Tech (29-20) 501 200 000 8 10 2 Michigan (15-32) 100 001 000 2 5 1 WP: von Schamann (4-0) LP: Brosnahan (1-9) S: None Attendance: 877 Time: 2:29 Temp: 68° Highlights: Nick Popescu’s three-run double highlighted Texas Tech’s five-run first inning that led them to the win coming off a six-day off period due to final exams. von Schamann became the first Tech freshman in over a decade to start 4-0 with a predetermined 3.0 IP start. Popescu (3-for-5, 2 2B, 3 RBI) led Tech at the plate Barrett Barnes (2-for-3, 2 R, 2 BB). Brennan Stewart (4.0 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 2 SO) and Aaron Corwin (2.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 1 SO) combined with von Schamann to not allow a walk.

GAME 50: Texas Tech 6 at Michigan 4

May 11 ● Wilpon Complex ● Ann Arbor, Mich. Texas Tech (30-20) 101 202 000 6 5 1 Michigan (15-33) 001 000 012 4 11 2 WP: Kilcrease (5-3) LP: McAnallen (0-3) S: None Attendance: 976 Time: 3:01 Temp: 77° Highlights: Jamodrick McGruder’s two-run homer in the fourth gave Tech a three-run lead and Reid Redman’s tworun single in the sixth provided the eventual game-winning runs as Tech swept Michigan in the two-game series. It marked the first time in Texas Tech history that the Red Raiders swept three midweek road/neutral site series. Robbie Kilcrease (5.0 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 1 SO) earned his fifth win of the year while McGruder (2-for-5, 3 R, 2 RBI) and Redman (2-for-5, R, 2 RBI) led the Tech offense.

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL PITCHING BREAKDOWN STARTING PITCHERS Run TTU STARTER (Record) GS Support R/GS Record Robbie Kilcrease (4-3) 12 35 2.9 8-4 Jamen Parten (1-4) 9 19 2.1 5-4 Trey Masek (4-2) 9 29 3.2 5-4 David Paiz (1-4) 8 11 1.4 4-4 Daniel Coulombe (0-2) 4 12 3.0 2-2 Ben Flora (0-1) 3 7 2.3 2-1 Duke von Schamann (3-0) 6 28 4.7 5-1 Brennan Stewart (0-1) 2 2 1.0 0-2

STARTERS G W-L ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR OBA Texas Tech 53 13-17 5.29 239.2 277 160 141 78 138 14 .298 Opponents 53 14-16 5.35 262.1 286 178 156 134 224 14 .286 BULLPEN G W-L ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR OBA Texas Tech 53 18-5 4.30 232.1 252 141 111 100 202 13 .280 Opponents 53 8-15 4.80 200.2 194 122 107 117 170 9 .259

RELIEF PITCHERS’ EFFECTIVENESS RELIEF APP. WINS PITCHER John Neely 26 9 Jerad McCrummen 24 1 Zach Fowler 23 1 Ben Flora 19 0 Brennan Stewart 17 2 Aaron Corwin 17 1 Hayden Holub 11 0 Taylor Christian 9 0 David Paiz 7 2 Cory Bafidis 6 0 Duke von Schamann 6 1 Trey Masek 5 0 Jamen Parten 5 0 Scott Erzinger 4 0 Andre Wheeler 4 0 Robbie Kilcrease 4 1 TEAM 187 18

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FIRST BATTER RETIRED/FACED 18/26 18/24 12/23 11/19 13/17 13/17 5/11 5/9 7/7 2/6 3/6 2/5 3/5 3/4 0/4 3/4 118/187

RUNNERS INHERITED/SCORED 26/8 18/7 27/14 10/1 20/5 22/3 12/5 5/2 6/0 6/3 6/3 3/1 4/0 0/0 1/0 5/3 171/55

ERA/IP 2.82/54.1 7.46/25.1 3.38/16.0 8.18/11.0 2.80/35.1 3.13/23.0 5.14/7.0 5.56/11.1 3.48/10.1 18.00/2.0 10.45/10.1 2.38/11.1 0.00/5.0 3.86/2.1 5.40/1.2 6.00/6.0 4.30/232.1

RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL PITCHERS GAME-BY-GAME #25 CORY BAFIDIS - LHP Date 2/24 2/26 3/1 3/12 3/13 3/19

Opponent GS IP BYU 0.2 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 0.1 UNLV 0.1 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 0.0 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 0.0 @ #14 Baylor 0.2

Date 2/25 3/4 3/12 3/19 3/25 4/2 4/27 5/3 5/13

Opponent GS IP BYU 0.1 #8 TCU 2.0 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 1.2 @ #14 Baylor 1.0 NEBRASKA 2.0 @ #7 Oklahoma 1.1 NEW MEXICO 1.0 DALLAS BAPTIST 1.0 @ Missouri 1.0

H 0 1 0 1 1 3

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

#41 HAYDEN HOLUB - RHP K NP DEC. 2 12 ND 7-4 1 8 ND 15-3 0 5 ND 9-4 0 5 ND 5-14 0 3 ND 6-5 0 25 ND 13-14

#45 TAYLOR CHRISTIAN - RHP H 2 3 1 0 2 1 1 0 2

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

K 0 1 1 2 2 1 0 1 1

NP DEC. 19 ND 3-8 28 ND 0-7 39 ND 5-14 28 ND 13-14 32 ND 5-15 24 ND 1-11 6 ND 4-8 13 ND 1-11 21 ND 1-11

K 0 0 0 0 3 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 1

NP DEC. 16 ND 8-6 5 ND 9-4 35 ND 5-14 24 ND 13-14 44 ND 5-15 52 ND 1-10 45 ND 8-14 12 S 7-6 7 ND 1-4 17 W 8-5 38 ND 1-2 15 ND 4-8 20 ND 9-4 10 ND 8-7 25 ND 8-2 5 ND 6-4 12 ND 3-4

K 5 9 8 6

NP DEC. 73 ND 92 L 107 L 97 ND

8-0 3-8 0-7 9-7

K NP DEC. 1 5 ND 0 4 ND 1 14 ND 1 24 ND

9-4 7-6 1-10 8-14

#30 AARON CORWIN - RHP Date 2/20 3/1 3/12 3/19 3/25 4/1 4/10 4/13 4/15 4/18 4/21 4/27 4/30 5/1 5/10 5/14 5/15

Opponent GS IP NORTHWESTERN 0.0 UNLV 0.0 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 1.2 @ #14 Baylor 1.2 NEBRASKA 2.1 @ #7 Oklahoma 3.0 #5 TEXAS A&M 2.2 @ New Mexico 1.0 @ #4 Texas 0.2 @ Texas State 1.1 @ Kansas State 2.1 NEW MEXICO 1.1 KANSAS 1.0 KANSAS 1.0 @ Michigan 2.0 @ Missouri 0.2 @ Missouri 0.1

H 3 1 5 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

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

#35 DANIEL COULOMBE - LHP Date 2/18 2/25 3/4 3/11

Opponent WESTERN MICHIGAN BYU #8 TCU IOWA

GS * * * *

IP 4.0 5.0 5.1 6.0

Date 3/1 3/22 4/1 4/10

Opponent UNLV @ Dallas Baptist @ #7 Oklahoma #5 TEXAS A&M

Date 2/20 2/24 3/2 3/12 3/15 3/19 3/20 3/22 3/25 4/2 4/8 4/9 4/12 4/13 4/17 4/21 4/23 4/27 4/30 5/1 5/3 5/11

Opponent GS IP NORTHWESTERN * 3.0 BYU * 4.0 UNLV * 4.1 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 0.1 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 1.1 @ #14 Baylor 0.0 @ #14 Baylor 0.1 @ Dallas Baptist 0.0 NEBRASKA 2.0 @ #7 Oklahoma 1.2 #5 TEXAS A&M 0.2 #5 TEXAS A&M 0.2 @ New Mexico 0.1 @ New Mexico 0.0 @ #4 Texas 0.0 @ Kansas State 0.1 @ Kansas State 0.1 NEW MEXICO 2.0 KANSAS 0.0 KANSAS 0.1 DALLAS BAPTIST 0.1 @ Michigan 0.1

Date 2/19 2/24 2/27 3/1 3/6 3/11 3/12 3/15 3/18 3/20 3/26 4/3 4/5 4/9 4/10 4/13 4/15 4/17 4/21 4/27 4/29 5/3 5/13

Opponent GS IP UTAH VALLEY 2.0 BYU 1.0 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 1.0 UNLV 0.1 #8 TCU 0.0 IOWA 0.0 IOWA 0.0 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 1.1 @ #14 Baylor 1.1 @ #14 Baylor 1.1 NEBRASKA 0.0 @ #7 Oklahoma 1.0 vs. UTSA - 2 0.0 #5 TEXAS A&M 0.2 #5 TEXAS A&M 0.0 @ New Mexico 1.0 @ #4 Texas 0.2 @ #4 Texas 0.1 @ Kansas State 0.1 NEW MEXICO 0.1 KANSAS 0.0 DALLAS BAPTIST 2.0 @ Missouri 1.1

H 1 5 6 9

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

Date 2/24 3/1 3/2 3/4 3/6 3/13 3/15 4/10 5/3 5/11 5/13

Opponent GS IP BYU 0.1 UNLV 0.2 UNLV 1.1 #8 TCU 1.0 #8 TCU 0.1 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 0.1 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 0.2 #5 TEXAS A&M 1.0 DALLAS BAPTIST 0.2 @ Michigan 0.0 @ Missouri 0.2

Date 2/19 2/26 3/5 3/13 3/20 3/27 4/3 4/10 4/13 4/18 4/22 4/26 5/1 5/3 5/11 5/15

Opponent GS IP NORTHWESTERN * 7.0 NORTHERN ILLINOIS * 7.0 #8 TCU * 3.0 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI * 6.2 @ #14 Baylor * 5.1 NEBRASKA * 7.1 @ #7 Oklahoma * 3.1 #5 TEXAS A&M * 1.1 @ New Mexico * 2.0 @ Texas State * 5.1 @ Kansas State 5.0 NEW MEXICO 2.0 KANSAS 1.0 DALLAS BAPTIST * 3.1 @ Michigan * 5.0 @ Missouri 0.0

Date 2/19 2/25 2/27 3/2 3/5 3/12 3/19 3/26 4/2 4/9 4/16 4/22 4/30 5/14

Opponent UTAH VALLEY BYU NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNLV #8 TCU IOWA @ #14 Baylor NEBRASKA @ #7 Oklahoma #5 TEXAS A&M @ #4 Texas @ Kansas State KANSAS @ Missouri

IP 0.1 0.0 1.0 1.0

H 0 1 0 1

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

Date 2/19 2/24 2/27 3/1 3/4 3/11 3/13 3/15 3/19 3/20 3/22 3/26 4/3 4/5 4/8 4/13 4/15 4/17 4/23 4/27 4/29 5/1 5/11 5/15

Opponent GS IP NORTHWESTERN 2.0 BYU 1.1 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 3.1 UNLV 1.0 #8 TCU 0.2 IOWA 1.2 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 0.1 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 0.0 @ #14 Baylor 0.0 @ #14 Baylor 1.1 @ Dallas Baptist 0.2 NEBRASKA 1.1 @ #7 Oklahoma 0.1 vs. UTSA - 2 2.2 #5 TEXAS A&M 1.0 @ New Mexico 2.0 @ #4 Texas 0.1 @ #4 Texas 0.1 @ Kansas State 0.2 NEW MEXICO 0.1 KANSAS 1.0 KANSAS 0.2 @ Michigan 0.2 @ Missouri 1.1

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

Date 2/18 2/20 2/24 2/27 3/1 3/5 3/11 3/12 3/15 3/18 3/20 3/22 3/26 4/3 4/5 4/8 4/12 4/16 4/18 4/23 4/26 4/29 4/30 5/1 5/11 5/14

Opponent GS IP WESTERN MICHIGAN 4.0 NORTHWESTERN 2.0 BYU 1.2 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 1.0 UNLV 1.1 #8 TCU 2.2 IOWA 1.1 IOWA 1.1 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 2.0 @ #14 Baylor 2.0 @ #14 Baylor 1.0 @ Dallas Baptist 1.2 NEBRASKA 2.2 @ #7 Oklahoma 0.2 vs. UTSA - 2 3.2 #5 TEXAS A&M 4.0 @ New Mexico 2.0 @ #4 Texas 2.2 @ Texas State 2.1 @ Kansas State 5.0 NEW MEXICO 0.2 KANSAS 1.0 KANSAS 2.1 KANSAS 0.2 @ Michigan 1.2 @ Missouri 3.0

K 0 4 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0

NP DEC. 54 ND 8-6 61 ND 7-4 73 L 3-4 15 ND 5-14 39 ND 9-7 3 L 13-14 10 ND 10-6 7 ND 7-6 51 ND 5-15 43 ND 1-11 22 ND 4-3 10 ND 5-4 3 ND 4-1 6 ND 7-6 6 L 1-3 6 ND 1-2 4 ND 1-4 22 ND 4-8 7 ND 9-4 4 ND 8-7 14 ND 1-11 1 ND 6-4

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

NP DEC. 28 ND 21 W 31 ND 7 ND 5 ND 13 ND 8 ND 34 ND 19 ND 20 ND 9 ND 15 ND 15 ND 10 L 6 ND 11 ND 15 ND 5 ND 10 ND 12 ND 4 ND 44 ND 28 ND

#21 ZACH FOWLER - LHP H 2 2 1 0 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 2 2 0 4 1 1 0 1 1 1 4 1

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

#10 DAVID PAIZ - RHP K 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 1

NP DEC. 6 ND 5 ND 14 ND 19 ND 16 ND 10 ND 21 ND 12 ND 3 ND 5 ND 6 ND

7-4 9-4 3-4 0-7 1-8 6-5 9-7 8-14 1-11 6-4 1-11

H 4 7 9 7 8 5 11 9 4 5 5 2 3 2 3 1

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

K 4 6 2 4 2 3 2 2 1 3 0 1 1 4 1 0

NP DEC. 78 W 105 W 73 ND 95 ND 89 ND 103 W 67 L 49 L 40 ND 81 ND 88 L 30 ND 22 W 67 L 57 W 10 ND

6-1 15-3 6-8 6-5 10-6 3-0 5-8 8-14 7-6 8-5 3-4 6-1 8-7 1-11 6-4 3-4

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

NP DEC. 38 ND 6-2 42 ND 3-8 4 ND 14-8 38 ND 3-4 48 L 6-8 113 W 6-4 71 ND 13-14 88 ND 10-8 69 L 1-11 78 L 4-5 95 W 2-1 34 ND 3-4 94 W 9-4 86 W 6-4

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

NP DEC. 15 ND 6-1 17 ND 7-4 47 W 14-8 21 ND 9-4 32 ND 0-7 39 ND 9-7 9 ND 6-5 5 ND 9-7 4 ND 13-14 14 ND 10-6 5 ND 7-6 19 ND 10-8 10 ND 5-8 44 ND 11-6 22 ND 4-3 30 ND 7-6 3 ND 1-4 4 ND 1-3 8 ND 1-4 4 ND 4-8 9 ND 3-2 14 ND 8-7 17 ND 6-4 25 L 3-4

K 4 1 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 0 2 2 6 0 6 3 2 0 3 3 0 0 3 0 3 2

NP DEC. 40 W 21 S 31 S 15 ND 26 ND 46 ND 21 W 25 S 27 ND 56 W 11 W 6 W 49 W 17 ND 48 W 61 W 30 S 51 S 32 S 63 ND 3 ND 9 W 36 ND 14 ND 36 ND 53 S

#16 TREY MASEK - RHP GS

* * * * * * * *

IP 2.0 3.0 0.2 2.1 3.1 7.2 3.0 5.0 2.1 6.1 6.1 3.0 5.2 5.1

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

R ER BB 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 2 2 3 2 2 8 4 4 3 2 2 7 7 2 2 2 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 4 1 1 1 2

#26 JERAD McCRUMMEN - RHP

#28 BEN FLORA - LHP H 2 4 7 1 2 1 0 0 6 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0

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

#40 ROBBIE KILCREASE - LHP

#29 SCOTT ERZINGER - LHP GS

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

6-2 7-4 14-8 9-4 1-8 9-7 6-4 9-7 6-5 10-6 10-8 5-8 11-6 4-5 8-14 7-6 1-4 1-3 1-2 4-8 2-3 1-11 1-11

H 0 3 3 0 4 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 2 0 2 1 2 3 1

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

#42 JOHN NEELY - RHP H 1 3 2 0 1 3 0 0 3 2 0 1 4 3 2 4 1 1 2 5 0 0 3 2 3 4

33

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

Date 2/20 3/1 3/6 3/13 3/18 3/22 3/27 4/1 4/8 4/15 4/21 4/29 5/3 5/13 5/15

Opponent GS IP NORTHWESTERN 4.0 UNLV * 5.0 #8 TCU 1.1 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 1.2 @ #14 Baylor 0.2 @ Dallas Baptist * 3.0 NEBRASKA 1.2 @ #7 Oklahoma * 4.0 #5 TEXAS A&M * 6.1 @ #4 Texas * 6.1 @ Kansas State * 4.2 KANSAS * 4.0 DALLAS BAPTIST 0.2 @ Missouri * 2.2 @ Missouri 0.1

Date 2/19 2/27 3/6 3/12 3/18 3/25 4/5 4/9 4/12 4/21 4/27 5/3 5/11 5/13

Opponent GS IP UTAH VALLEY * 5.0 NORTHERN ILLINOIS * 3.0 #8 TCU * 6.1 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI * 4.1 @ #14 Baylor * 5.0 NEBRASKA * 2.2 vs. UTSA - 1 * 2.2 #5 TEXAS A&M 0.1 @ New Mexico * 4.0 @ Kansas State 0.1 NEW MEXICO * 2.1 DALLAS BAPTIST 0.2 @ Michigan 1.1 @ Missouri 2.1

Date 2/18 2/26 3/2 3/12 3/15 3/19 3/22 4/3 4/5 4/9 4/12 4/17 4/23 4/27 4/29 5/1 5/3 5/10 5/15

Opponent GS IP WESTERN MICHIGAN 1.0 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 1.2 UNLV 1.0 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 1.0 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 0.2 @ #14 Baylor 2.1 @ Dallas Baptist 2.2 @ #7 Oklahoma 2.2 vs. UTSA - 1 6.1 #5 TEXAS A&M 1.0 @ New Mexico 2.2 @ #4 Texas * 7.1 @ Kansas State 2.0 NEW MEXICO 1.2 KANSAS 4.0 KANSAS 1.0 DALLAS BAPTIST 0.1 @ Michigan 4.0 @ Missouri 1.1

Date 3/15 3/20 3/22 3/26 4/2 4/5 4/10 4/13 4/26 5/1 5/10 5/15

Opponent GS IP A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI * 3.0 @ #14 Baylor 0.2 @ Dallas Baptist 1.0 NEBRASKA 0.0 @ #7 Oklahoma 2.2 vs. UTSA - 2 * 2.2 #5 TEXAS A&M 3.0 @ New Mexico 3.0 NEW MEXICO * 6.1 KANSAS * 4.0 @ Michigan * 3.0 @ Missouri * 5.0

Date 2/25 3/2 3/6 4/18

Opponent BYU UNLV #8 TCU @ Texas State

H 3 5 4 0 1 2 0 9 7 4 6 6 0 3 0

R ER BB 0 0 2 3 3 1 4 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 9 7 1 2 2 1 3 3 3 2 2 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 5 4 4 0 0 0

K 6 2 1 2 0 0 1 2 4 1 3 4 0 3 0

NP DEC. 66 W 65 W 32 ND 5 W 17 ND 48 ND 22 S 90 L 100 ND 91 L 90 L 82 ND 5 ND 52 L 1 ND

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

K 4 2 4 1 1 2 3 0 0 1 0 1 1 3

NP DEC. 76 W 77 ND 95 L 75 L 86 ND 62 L 66 ND 1 ND 53 ND 3 ND 62 L 5 ND 24 ND 53 ND

6-2 14-8 1-8 5-14 6-5 5-15 8-2 4-5 4-1 1-2 4-8 1-11 6-4 1-11

K 1 2 2 1 2 0 0 1 7 1 2 5 1 1 2 0 0 2 1

NP DEC. 9 ND 8-0 29 ND 15-3 15 ND 3-4 25 ND 5-14 11 ND 9-7 40 ND 13-14 26 ND 7-6 18 ND 5-8 77 W 8-2 18 ND 4-5 39 W 4-1 91 ND 1-3 48 L 1-4 13 ND 4-8 39 ND 2-3 15 ND 8-7 19 ND 1-11 36 ND 8-2 38 ND 3-4

#39 JAMEN PARTEN - RHP H 4 6 8 5 7 10 5 0 6 0 6 0 1 4

R ER BB 1 1 0 4 2 1 3 2 0 2 2 2 3 3 1 10 10 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 5 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 2

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

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

#15 DUKE von SCHAMANN - RHP H 3 0 3 4 3 6 5 3 2 4 2 1

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

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

NP DEC. 38 W 4 ND 31 ND 24 ND 58 ND 56 ND 49 ND 38 W 75 W 56 ND 42 W 73 ND

9-7 10-6 7-6 10-8 1-11 11-6 8-14 7-6 6-1 8-7 8-2 3-4

K NP DEC. 1 13 ND 0 6 ND 2 25 ND 0 7 ND

3-8 3-4 1-8 8-5

#36 ANDRE WHEELER - LHP GS

IP 0.2 0.0 1.0 0.0

H 1 0 2 0

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

8-0 8-6 7-4 14-8 9-4 6-8 9-7 6-4 9-7 6-5 10-6 7-6 10-8 5-8 11-6 4-3 4-1 2-1 8-5 1-4 6-1 3-2 9-4 8-7 6-4 6-4

RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


 2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL 

TEXAS TECH SUMMARY   

  

  

  

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

              

   

   

   

   

   

   

  

  

  

  

  

     

  

        

        

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

          

 

 

 

 

          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

        

 

HITTING STREAKS Player Longest Current Barnes, Barrett 15 1 Redman, Reid 11 Tomlinson, Kelby 10 2 McGruder, Jamodrick 8 2 Paiz, David 8 3 Hagen, Stephen 8 Wheeler, Andre 6 1 Popescu, Nick 5 3 Altobelli, Bo 5 3 Whitehead, Kevin 4 Hanslik, Nick 2 Randolph, Mason 2 Williams, Marshall 1 Lopez, Jordan 1 von Schamann, Duke 1 -

REACHING BASE SAFELY STREAKS Player Longest Current McGruder, Jamodrick 39 3 Paiz, David 22 3 Barnes, Barrett 17 3 Redman, Reid 15 Tomlinson, Kelby 12 2 Hagen, Stephen 10 Popescu, Nick 9 6 Whitehead, Kevin 9 Altobelli, Bo 8 3 Randolph, Mason 7 Wheeler, Andre 7 1 Hanslik, Nick 2 Lopez, Jordan 1 Williams, Marshall 1 von Schamann, Duke 1 -

MULTI-HIT GAMES Player 2 3 4 5+ Total Tomlinson, Kelby 11 5 1 - 17 Paiz, David 12 5 - - 17 Redman, Reid 13 1 - - 14 Popescu, Nick 10 4 - - 14 Barnes, Barrett 11 2 - - 13 Hagen, Stephen 10 1 - 1 12 McGruder, Jamodrick 5 7 - - 12 Altobelli, Bo 9 1 1 - 11 Whitehead, Kevin 6 - - - 6 Wheeler, Andre 3 2 - - 5 Randolph, Mason 2 - - - 2 TEAM 92 28 2 1 123

     

MULTIPLE RBI GAMES Player 2 3 4 5+ Total Tomlinson, Kelby 6 4 1 - 11 Hagen, Stephen 8 1 1 - 10 Barnes, Barrett 7 2 - - 9 Redman, Reid 4 2 - - 6 Paiz, David 5 1 - - 6 Altobelli, Bo 3 2 - - 5 McGruder, Jamodrick 2 2 1 - 5 Popescu, Nick 2 1 1 - 4 Wheeler, Andre - 1 - - 1 Whitehead, Kevin 1 - - - 1 Randolph, Mason 1 - - - 1 Hanslik, Nick 1 - - - 1 TEAM 40 16 4 0 60

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL BIG INNINGS (4-PLUS RUNS) TEXAS TECH

Date Opponent 2/18 WESTERN MICHIGAN 2/26 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 2/27 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 2/27 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 3/1 UNLV 3/5 #8 TCU 3/12 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 3/12 IOWA 3/13 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 3/15 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 3/19 @ #14 Baylor 3/20 @ #14 Baylor 3/22 @ Dallas Baptist 3/25 NEBRASKA 3/26 NEBRASKA 4/3 @ #7 Oklahoma 4/5 vs. UTSA - 1 4/5 vs. UTSA - 2 4/13 @ New Mexico 4/18 @ Texas State 4/26 NEW MEXICO 4/30 KANSAS 4/30 KANSAS 5/10 @ Michigan 5/14 @ Missouri

OPPONENT

Date Opponent 2/20 NORTHWESTERN 2/27 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 3/2 UNLV 3/6 #8 TCU 3/11 IOWA 3/12 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 3/12 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 3/19 @ #14 Baylor 3/19 @ #14 Baylor 3/25 NEBRASKA 3/25 NEBRASKA 3/26 NEBRASKA 4/1 @ #7 Oklahoma 4/2 @ #7 Oklahoma 4/10 #5 TEXAS A&M 4/10 #5 TEXAS A&M 5/3 DALLAS BAPTIST 5/13 @ Missouri

TEAM GAME HIGHS BATTING

INN. RUNS Result 7th 4 W 8-0 1st 6 W 15-3 1st 6 W 14-8 8th 5 W 14-8 5th 4 W 9-4 5th 6 L 6-8 7th 4 L 5-14 2nd 4 W 6-4 7th 4 W 6-5 2nd 4 W 9-7 9th 9 L 13-14 10th 4 W 10-6 7th 5 W 7-6 5th 4 L 5-15 3rd 5 W 10-8 6th 4 L 5-8 4th 5 W 8-2 7th 5 W 11-6 6th 6 W 7-6 7th 4 W 8-5 5th 5 W 6-1 1st 4 W 9-4 6th 4 W 9-4 1st 5 W 8-2 8th 4 W 6-4

INN. RUNS Result 4th 5 W 8-6 3rd 4 W 14-8 3rd 4 L 3-4 8th 5 L 1-8 8th 4 W 9-7 6th 4 L 5-14 9th 5 L 5-14 2nd 4 L 13-14 4th 4 L 13-14 3rd 8 L 5-15 5th 5 L 5-15 6th 4 W 10-8 2nd 4 L 1-10 1st 4 L 1-11 2nd 4 L 8-14 5th 4 L 8-14 6th 5 L 1-11 5th 5 L 1-11

RECORD WITH A BIG INNING___________________ 18-5 RECORD W/OUT A BIG INNING________________ 13-17 RECORD WHEN ALLOWING A BIG INNING________ 4-11 RECORD WHEN NOT ALLOWING A BIG INNING__ 27-11

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:

49 15 22 14 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 31 13 18 3 3 6 4 4 2 2 2 16 3

at Baylor (Mar 20, 2011) vs Northern Illinois (Feb 26, 2011) at Baylor (Mar 19, 2011) vs Northern Illinois (Feb 26, 2011) at Baylor (Mar 19, 2011) vs Northwestern (Feb 20, 2011) vs Northern Illinois (Feb 27, 2011) vs UTSA (Apr 05, 2011 at San Angelo, TX) at Oklahoma (Apr 03, 2011) at New Mexico (Apr 12, 2011) at Missouri (May 15, 2011) at Baylor (Mar 19, 2011) vs New Mexico (Apr 27, 2011) at Oklahoma (Apr 03, 2011) vs Nebraska (Mar 26, 2011) vs A&M-Corpus Christi (Mar 15, 2011) vs Texas A&M (Apr 09, 2011) vs BYU (Feb 24, 2011) vs Northern Illinois (Feb 27, 2011) vs Western Michigan (Feb 18, 2011) vs Northwestern (Feb 20, 2011) vs A&M-Corpus Christi (Mar 13, 2011) at Baylor (Mar 20, 2011) vs Northwestern (Feb 19, 2011)

36 20 20 4 4 1 3

vs Texas A&M (Apr 08, 2011) vs Northern Illinois (Feb 27, 2011) vs Texas A&M (Apr 08, 2011) vs BYU (Feb 25, 2011) vs Nebraska (Mar 25, 2011) (8 games ) (4 games )

FIELDING Putouts: Assists: Errors: Passed balls: DPs turned: PITCHING Innings pitched: Runs allowed: Earned runs: Walks allowed: Strikeouts: Hits allowed: Doubles allowed: Triples allowed: Homers allowed: Wild pitches: Hit batters:

12.0 15 14 10 14 21 6 3 3 4 3

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vs Texas A&M (Apr 08, 2011) vs Nebraska (Mar 25, 2011) vs Texas A&M (Apr 10, 2011) at Baylor (Mar 19, 2011) vs BYU (Feb 25, 2011) vs Texas A&M (Apr 10, 2011) vs BYU (Feb 24, 2011) at Missouri (May 13, 2011) vs TCU (Mar 06, 2011) vs Dallas Baptist (May 03, 2011) (4 games )

RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 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 3 5 4 2 2 2 10 3 4 4 2 1 3 2 1 7

(8 games ) (14 games ) Hagen, Stephen at Baylor (Mar 19, 2011) (4 games ) (7 games ) McGruder, JamodricK vs Northern Illinois (Feb 27, 2011) Barnes, Barrett at Oklahoma (Apr 03, 2011) Hagen, Stephen at Baylor (Mar 19, 2011) (4 games ) McGruder, JamodricK vs Texas A&M (Apr 10, 2011) Whitehead, Kevin at Texas State (Apr 18, 2011) (5 games ) (26 games ) McGruder, JamodricK vs UNLV (Mar 01, 2011) (7 games ) (23 games ) Tomlinson, Kelby vs BYU (Feb 24, 2011)

17 10 2 1

Hagen, Stephen vs Northwestern (Feb 19, 2011) Tomlinson, Kelby at New Mexico (Apr 12, 2011) (5 games ) (8 games )

7.2 10 10 4 9 11 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 2

Masek, Trey vs Iowa (Mar 12, 2011) Parten, Jamen vs Nebraska (Mar 25, 2011) Parten, Jamen vs Nebraska (Mar 25, 2011) (6 games ) Coulombe, Daniel vs BYU (Feb 25, 2011) Kilcrease, Robbie at Oklahoma (Apr 03, 2011) Flora, Ben vs BYU (Feb 24, 2011) Paiz, David at Oklahoma (Apr 01, 2011) Coulombe, Daniel vs TCU (Mar 04, 2011) Kilcrease, Robbie at Oklahoma (Apr 03, 2011) Parten, Jamen at Missouri (May 13, 2011) Kilcrease, Robbie at Oklahoma (Apr 03, 2011) von Schamann, Duke vs Texas A&M (Apr 10, 2011) Kilcrease, Robbie at Baylor (Mar 20, 2011) (5 games )

FIELDING Putouts: Assists: Errors: Passed balls: PITCHING Innings pitched: Runs allowed: Earned runs: Walks allowed: Strikeouts: Hits allowed: Doubles allowed: Triples allowed: Homers allowed: Wild pitches: Hit batters:

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MULTI-RUN INNINGS (69) 2 Runs________________________________________ 37 3 Runs_________________________________________ 8 4 Runs________________________________________ 12 5 Runs_________________________________________ 7 6 Runs_________________________________________ 4 9 Runs_________________________________________ 1 GO-AHEAD RBI (53) Nick Popescu__________________________________ 13 Kelby Tomlinson_________________________________ 9 Reid Redman___________________________________ 6 David Paiz______________________________________ 5 Barrett Barnes___________________________________ 5 Andre Wheeler__________________________________ 4 Kevin Whitehead________________________________ 4 Bo Altobelli_____________________________________ 3 Stephen Hagen__________________________________ 3 Nick Hanslik____________________________________ 1 GAME TYING RBI (18) Jamodrick McGruder_____________________________ Bo Altobelli_____________________________________ Barrett Barnes___________________________________ Stephen Hagen__________________________________ Reid Redman___________________________________ Andre Wheeler__________________________________ Kelby Tomlinson_________________________________

5 4 3 2 2 1 1

2-OUT RBI (91) Kelby Tomlinson________________________________ 18 Barrett Barnes__________________________________ 14 Reid Redman__________________________________ 12 Jamodrick McGruder____________________________ 11 Stephen Hagen__________________________________ 8 David Paiz______________________________________ 6 Bo Altobelli_____________________________________ 6 Andre Wheeler__________________________________ 5 Nick Popescu___________________________________ 4 Nick Hanslik____________________________________ 3 Mason Randolph________________________________ 2 Marshall Williams________________________________ 1 Kevin Whitehead________________________________ 1 INFIELD BASE HITS (61) Bo Altobelli____________________________________ 14 Jamodrick McGruder____________________________ 10 Reid Redman___________________________________ 9 Kelby Tomlinson_________________________________ 7 Barrett Barnes___________________________________ 6 Nick Popescu___________________________________ 5 David Paiz______________________________________ 4 Stephen Hagen__________________________________ 3 Andre Wheeler__________________________________ 2 Kevin Whitehead________________________________ 1 OUTFIELD ASSISTS (11) Barrett Barnes___________________________________ Andre Wheeler__________________________________ Jamodrick McGruder_____________________________ David Paiz______________________________________ Jordan Lopez___________________________________ Nick Hanslik____________________________________

3 3 2 1 1 1

PICKOFFS BY PITCHERS (8) John Neely_____________________________________ Hayden Holub___________________________________ David Paiz______________________________________ Jamen Parten___________________________________ Duke von Schamann_____________________________ Brennan Stewart_________________________________ Andre Wheeler__________________________________

2 1 1 1 1 1 1

BUNT BASE HITS (23) Bo Altobelli_____________________________________ Reid Redman___________________________________ Jamodrick McGruder_____________________________ Kelby Tomlinson_________________________________ Nick Popescu___________________________________ Barrett Barnes___________________________________ Kevin Whitehead________________________________

7 7 4 2 1 1 1

RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS 2010 RED RAIDER INDIVIDUAL HONORS: BO ALTOBELLI (SOPHOMORE - - - C) - Johnny Bench Award Watch List (C) - Brooks Wallace Classic All-Tournament Team (C) - Red Raider Classic All-Tournament Team (C) BARRETT BARNES (SOPHOMORE - - - OF) - Brooks Wallace Classic All-Tournament Team (OF) - Red Raider Classic All-Tournament Team (OF) - Perfect Game USA No. 3 Pro Prospect - Big 12 (Class of 2012) - Perfect Game USA Preseason All-Big 12 - Baseball America Preseason All-Big 12 - Baseball America No. 5 Pro Prospect - Big 12 (Class of 2012) - Baseball America: “Best Raw Power” - Baseball America No. 48 Pro Prospect (College Sophomores) - CollegeBaseball360.com: No. 6 “College Baseball 1B to Watch” - CollegeBaseballInsider.com: “Most Underrated Hitter in Big 12” - CollegeBaseballInsider.com: “Top 3 Pure Hitters in Big 12” - CollegeBaseballInsider.com: “Top 3 Power Threats in Big 12” - College Baseball Daily Preseason All-Big 12 - College Baseball Daily Projected No. 32 Player in the Country DANIEL COULOMBE (JUNIOR - - - LHP) - Brooks Wallace Classic All-Tournament Team (SP) STEPHEN HAGEN (RS JUNIOR - - - 1B) - Big 12 Player of the Week (May 2) - College Baseball Foundation National All-Star Lineup (3/24) - Big 12 Player of the Week (March 21) - Red Raider Classic All-Tournament Team (1B) ROBBIE KILCREASE (RS JUNIOR - - - LHP) - Brooks Wallace Classic All-Tournament Team (SP) - Red Raider Classic All-Tournament Team (SP) SCOTT LeJEUNE (JUNIOR - - - OF) - College Baseball Daily Preseason All-Big 12 JAMODRICK McGRUDER (SOPHOMORE - - - 2B/LF) - Big 12 Player of the Week (March 28) - Brooks Wallace Classic Most Outstanding Player - Brooks Wallace Classic All-Tournament Team (OF) - Red Raider Classic All-Tournament Team (UTL) - Baseball America: “Fastest Runner” - Baseball America: “Best Base Runner” - CollegeBaseballInsider.com: “Best Base Runner in Big 12” JOHN NEELY (JUNIOR - - - RHP) - NCBWA Midseason Stopper of the Year Watch List - Red Raider Classic All-Tournament Team (RP) DAVID PAIZ (FRESHMAN - - - RHP/OF) - John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Watch List NICK POPESCU (SENIOR - - - INF) - Red Raider Classic All-Tournament Team (2B) REID REDMAN (JUNIOR - - - INF) - Brooks Wallace Classic All-Tournament Team (UTL) - Red Raider Classic All-Tournament Team (3B) KELBY TOMLINSON (JUNIOR - - - SS) - Brooks Wallace Award Watch List - Brooks Wallace Classic All-Tournament Team (SS) - Phillips 66 Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (2/21) - Red Raider Classic Most Outstanding Player - Red Raider Classic All-Tournament Team (SS) - Baseball America: No. 10 Top Newcomer - Big 12 ANDRE WHEELER (FRESHMAN - - - OF) - Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (3/21) - CollegeBaseball360 Primetime Performers (3/23)

SERIES-BY-SERIES BATTING SERIES RRC BWMC TCU TTU-INVIT BU NU OU A&M UT KSU KU MU OSU BIG 12

W-L 4-0 3-1 0-3 4-1 2-1 2-1 0-3 1-2 1-2 0-3 3-0 1-2

AVG .362 .384 .135 .333 .392 .283 .168 .268 .221 .212 .278 .248

AB 130 138 89 153 130 92 95 112 95 99 97 101

R 28 39 7 35 29 18 7 16 4 5 20 10

H 47 53 12 51 51 26 16 30 21 21 27 25

RBI 22 35 6 34 29 17 7 15 4 5 16 10

2B 7 10 1 12 14 7 5 3 3 3 2 2

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

HR SLG% 2 .492 1 .522 0 .146 4 .490 1 .523 0 .380 3 .316 0 .295 0 .253 0 .263 3 .433 2 .347

BB 9 13 9 18 20 11 9 12 13 8 8 19

SO 29 39 24 32 10 22 20 19 9 16 21 17

AB OBA 127 .197 142 .317 114 .395 187 .305 106 .283 108 .324 110 .364 123 .341 82 .171 86 .279 110 .327 90 .222

BB HBP 25 4 25 10 14 4 21 7 10 5 17 2 10 4 15 3 7 3 6 3 16 5 12 1

SO 27 21 29 28 27 23 35 29 23 27 12 23

OB% .475 .497 .278 .418 .449 .395 .273 .366 .295 .278 .400 .330

SF 1 4 1 8 2 3 1 1 0 0 2 1

SH SB-SBA 6 18-24 3 5-5 0 1-1 5 9-12 2 4-4 5 3-3 0 4-4 3 11-12 2 3-6 1 3-4 1 3-6 4 0-1

SERIES-BY-SERIES PITCHING SERIES RRC BWMC TCU TTU-INVIT BU NU OU A&M UT KSU KU MU OSU BIG 12

W-L 4-0 3-1 0-3 4-1 2-1 2-1 0-3 1-2 1-2 0-3 3-0 1-2

ERA 1.75 4.50 7.00 6.40 6.18 6.67 9.00 5.70 2.52 3.38 3.86 4.62

IP 36.0 36.0 27.0 45.0 27.2 27.0 24.0 30.0 25.0 24.0 28.0 25.1

H 25 45 45 57 30 35 40 42 14 24 36 20

R 9 23 23 37 25 23 29 22 8 10 13 19

ER 7 18 21 32 19 20 24 19 7 9 12 13

2B 6 11 6 10 5 5 8 3 2 6 6 6

3B 2 4 3 1 1 0 3 1 2 2 1 3

HR WP 1 2 2 3 4 4 3 3 2 4 2 2 3 4 3 2 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 2

HB 0 5 2 4 2 4 7 4 3 3 3 8

BK 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

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

SH GDP 3 4 3 6 4 3 2 4 4 1 2 4 1 1 4 2 4 3 4 0 2 3 2 2

MONTH-BY-MONTH BATTING MONTH

W-L AVG

AB

R

H

RBI

2B

3B

BB HBP

SO OB%

SF

February

7-1 .373

268

67

100

57

17

5

3

.507

50

14

48 .487

5

9

23-29

10-7 .293

560

108

164

104

39

1

6

.398

78

21

124 .390

15

14

23-27

April

10-11 .236

687

92

162

85

28

5

10

.335

88

26

172 .342

5

11

37-46

May

4-3 .230

235

33

54

27

5

1

4

.311

35

5

50 .341

1

7

5-9

March

HR SLG%

SH SB-SBA

June

MONTH-BY-MONTH PITCHING MONTH February March April May June

W-L 7-1 10-7 10-11 4-3

ERA IP H R ER 3.12 72.0 70 32 25 6.15 153.2 192 122 105 4.43 185.0 206 104 91 4.55 61.1 61 43 31

BB SO 22 68 66 108 60 124 30 40

AB OBA 269 .260 608 .316 721 .286 229 .266

2B 17 29 44 15

3B HR WP 6 3 5 6 12 16 11 10 10 3 2 7

HB 5 16 22 12

BK SF 3 1 2 14 2 3 2 2

SH GDP 6 10 14 17 16 14 6 4

HOME-AWAY-NEUTRAL BATTING VENUE Home Away Neutral

W-L 19-11 10-11 2-0

AVG .286 .252 .348

AB 962 719 69

R 186 95 19

H 275 181 24

RBI 164 91 18

2B 47 39 3

3B 8 2 2

HR SLG% 12 .389 9 .349 2 .536

BB HBP 167 41 74 21 10 4

SO 190 191 13

OB% .405 .337 .458

SF 22 4 0

SH SB-SBA 25 60-74 16 25-33 0 3-4

HR WP 21 23 6 14 0 1

HB 27 28 0

BK SF 6 12 3 9 0 0

HOME-AWAY-NEUTRAL PITCHING VENUE Home Away Neutral

W-L 19-11 10-11 2-0

ERA IP H R ER 4.93 274.0 327 178 150 4.70 180.0 183 115 94 4.00 18.0 19 8 8

BB SO AB OBA 93 219 1077 .304 82 102 678 .270 3 19 72 .264

2B 57 42 6

3B 12 13 1

SH GDP 24 32 18 13 0 0

DAY-NIGHT BATTING TIME Day Night

W-L AVG 16-10 .289 15-12 .260

AB 855 895

R 165 135

H 247 233

RBI 151 122

2B 48 41

3B 7 5

HR SLG% 16 .418 7 .341

BB HBP 130 32 121 34

SO OB% 184 .396 210 .366

SF 17 9

SH SB-SBA 19 36-49 22 52-62

DAY-NIGHT PITCHING TIME Day Night

W-L ERA IP H R ER 16-10 4.95 231.0 265 146 127 15-12 4.67 241.0 264 155 125

37

BB SO 91 152 87 188

AB OBA 900 .294 927 .285

2B 55 50

3B 12 14

HR WP 15 15 12 23

HB 24 31

BK 3 6

SF 8 13

RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011

SH GDP 19 24 23 21


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL

TEXAS TECH HOME RUNS No.

Player (#)

Opponent (Date)

Runs

Outs

Count

Inning

Pitcher

‡Δ!

1

Barrett Barnes (1)

Western Michigan (2/18)

2

1

2-0

1

Moyer (L) s

2

Stephen Hagen (1)

Northwestern (2/20)

2

2

0-1

2

Tyson (L) s

3

Kelby Tomlinson (1)

Northern Illinois (2/27)

1

0

0-1

4

Gonzales (R) s

4

Barrett Barnes (2)

UNLV (3/2)

2

2

1-0

6

Zuniga (R) r

5 Duke von Schamann (1) Iowa (3/11)

1

0

1-2

2

Hippen (L) s

6

David Paiz (1)

A&M-Corpus Christi (3/12) 1

0

1-0

6

Simko (R) s

7

Barrett Barnes (3)

Iowa (3/12)

3

2

1-0

2

Brown (R) s

!

8

Stephen Hagen (2)

A&M-Corpus Christi (3/15) 2

0

2-0

7

Botello (R) r

9

Stephen Hagen (3)

Baylor (3/19)

1

1

1-1

7

Newman (R) r

10

Barrett Barnes (4)

Oklahoma (4/2)

1

1

3-2

8 Shambaugh (L) r

11

Barrett Barnes (5)

Oklahoma (4/3)

2

0

1-0

6

Smith (R) s

12

Barrett Barnes (6)

Oklahoma (4/3)

1

0

2-1

7

Seng (R) r

‡ Δ ! 13

Kevin Whitehead (1)

UTSA (4/5)

1

0

1-0

4

Langley (R) s

14

Barrett Barnes (7)

UTSA (4/5)

1

0

1-2

8

Denman (R) r

15

Stephen Hagen (4)

New Mexico (4/12)

1

0

0-1

2

Wilson (L) s

16

Barrett Barnes (8)

New Mexico (4/12)

2

2

2-1

5

Wilson (L) s

17

Stephen Hagen (5)

New Mexico (4/26)

4

1

0-0

5

Garza (R) r

18

Stephen Hagen (6)

Kansas (4/29)

1

0

3-1

9

Murray (R) r

19 Jamodrick McGruder (1) Kansas (4/30)

4

2

1-0

6

Marciel (L) r

1

1

2-0

4

Poppe (R) s

20

Kevin Whitehead (2)

Kansas (5/1)

21 Jamodrick McGruder (2) Michigan (5/11)

2

1

2-2

4 McAnallen (L) s

22

Nick Popescu (1)

Missouri (5/15)

1

1

2-0

2

Zastryzny (L) s

23

David Paiz (2)

Missouri (5/15)

1

1

2-1

4

Zastryzny (L) s

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

HOME RUN BREAKDOWN at Home_______________________________ 12 on the Road_____________________________ 9 at Neutral Site____________________________ 2 vs. RHP________________________________ 12 vs. LHP_________________________________ 11 vs. Big 12 Teams__________________________ 9 vs. Non-Big 12 Teams_____________________ 14 with 0 outs_____________________________ 10 with 1 out_______________________________ 8 with 2 outs______________________________ 5 Solo HR________________________________ 14 2-Run HR________________________________ 7 3-Run HR________________________________ 1 Grand Slam______________________________ 1 February________________________________ 3 March__________________________________ 6 April____________________________________ 9 May____________________________________ 4 in 1st inning_____________________________ 1 in 2nd inning____________________________ 4 in 3rd inning_____________________________ 1 in 4th inning_____________________________ 5 in 5th inning_____________________________ 2 in 6th inning_____________________________ 4 in 7th inning_____________________________ 3 in 8th inning_____________________________ 2 in 9th inning_____________________________ 1 0-0 Count_______________________________ 1 0-1 Count_______________________________ 3 0-2 Count_______________________________ 0 1-0 Count_______________________________ 6 1-1 Count_______________________________ 1 1-2 Count_______________________________ 2 2-0 Count_______________________________ 4 2-1 Count_______________________________ 3 2-2 Count_______________________________ 1 3-0 Count_______________________________ 0 3-1 Count_______________________________ 1 3-2 Count_______________________________ 1 Left-Field Line____________________________ 0 Left Field_______________________________ 11 Left-Center Field__________________________ 5 Center Field______________________________ 0 Right-Center Field________________________ 1 Right Field_______________________________ 6 Right-Field Line___________________________ 0

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

Leadoff_________________________________ 2 2-Hole__________________________________ 1 3-Hole__________________________________ 7 Cleanup_________________________________ 5 5-Hole__________________________________ 2 6-Hole__________________________________ 3 7-Hole__________________________________ 3 8-Hole__________________________________ 0 9-Hole__________________________________ 0 Day Games_____________________________ 15 Night Games_____________________________ 8 Starters________________________________ 14 Relievers________________________________ 9 Record with HR________________________ 14-6 Record w/out HR_____________________ 17-16

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2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL TEXAS TECH GAME WINNING RBI No.

Player (#)

Game # Date

Opponent

Runs

Outs

Count

Inning

Final

1

Barrett Barnes (1)

1

2/18

Western Michigan

2

1

2-0

1

8-0

2-run HR to LF

Play

2

Reid Redman (1)

2

2/19

Northwestern

1

1

0-0

2

6-1

1B through right side

3

Jamodrick McGruder (1)

3

2/19

Utah Valley

1

1

0-1

2

6-2

1B up the middle

4

Kelby Tomlinson (1)

4

2/20

Northwestern

1

2

1-0

5

8-6

1B to RF

5

Nick Popescu (1)

5

2/24

BYU

1

1

0-1

7

7-4

2B down LF line

6

David Paiz (1)

7

2/26

Northern Illinois

1

1

1-0

1

15-3

1B to RF

7

No RBI

8

2/27

Northern Illinois

1

0

1-1

5

14-8

E-1, Throwing Error

8

Stephen Hagen (1)

9

3/1

UNLV

1

0

2-0

5

9-4

1B through left side

9

Kelby Tomlinson (2)

14

3/11

Iowa

2

2

1-1

8

9-7

1B to RF

10

Jamodrick McGruder (2)

16

3/12

Iowa

1

2

3-1

4

6-4

1B to LF

11

Reid Redman (2)

17

3/13

A&M-Corpus Christi

1

0

1-0

9

6-5

1B up the middle

12

Stephen Hagen (2)

18

3/15

A&M-Corpus Christi

2

0

2-0

7

9-7

2-run HR to LF

13

Nick Popescu (2)

19

3/18

Baylor

1

1

2-2

9

6-5

SAC Fly to CF

14

Bo Altobelli (1)

21

3/20

Baylor

1

2

3-2

10

10-6

Bases loaded BB

15

Kelby Tomlinson (3)

22

3/22

Dallas Baptist

1

2

1-0

9

7-6

1B up the middle

16

Kelby Tomlinson (4)

24

3/26

Nebraska

1

1

1-1

7

10-8

1B through left side

17

Reid Redman (3)

25

3/27

Nebraska

1

1

0-1

3

3-0

SAC Fly to LF

18

Kevin Whitehead (1)

29

4/5

UTSA - 1

1

0

1-0

4

8-2

HR to RF

19

Kevin Whitehead (2)

30

4/5

UTSA - 2

1

1

2-1

7

11-6

1B to CF

20

Kelby Tomlinson (5)

31

4/8

Texas A&M

1

2

2-2

12

4-3

1B to 2B

21

Nick Popescu (3)

34

4/12

New Mexico

1

2

2-0

4

4-1

1B to LF

22

Reid Redman (4)

35

4/13

New Mexico

1

2

0-2

6

7-6

2B to RF

23 Reid Redman (5)

37 4/16 Texas

1 1 0-0 2 2-1 SAFETY SQUEEZE BUNT 1B to 2B

24

Stephen Hagen (3)

39

4/18

Texas State

1

1

0-0

7

8-5

1B through left side

25

Barrett Barnes (2)

43

4/26

New Mexico

1

1

1-0

5

6-1

2B to CF

26

Barrett Barnes (3)

45

4/29

Kansas

1

2

2-0

10

3-2

1B through left side

27

Kevin Whitehead (3)

46

4/30

Kansas

1

1

0-0

4

4-3

SAC Fly to CF

28

Andre Wheeler (1)

47

5/1

Kansas

1

2

3-0

9

8-7

Bases Loaded BB

29

Nick Popescu (4)

49

5/10

Michigan

3

1

1-1

1

8-2

2B to LC

30

Reid Redman (6)

50

5/11

Michigan

2

1

2-2

6

6-4

1B up the middle

31

Kelby Tomlinson (6)

52

5/14

Missouri

2

1

0-0

8

6-4

3B down RF line

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL THE LAST TIME A TEXAS TECH TEAM... Won 5 or more consecutive games________________________________ 5 games (February 18-24, 2011) Won 6 or more consecutive games________________________________ 7 games (February 10-23, 2007) Won 7 or more consecutive games________________________________ 7 games (February 10-23, 2007) Won 10 or more consecutive games_____________________________ 16 games (April 13-May 22, 2002) Won 16 or more consecutive games_____________________________ 16 games (April 13-May 22, 2002)

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

Won 5 or more consecutive home games___________________________ 5 games (February 18-24, 2011) Won 6 or more consecutive home games____________________________ 6 games (February 8-19, 2005) Won 10 or more consecutive home games________________________ 13 games (April 16-May 19, 2002) Won 13 or more consecutive home games________________________ 13 games (April 16-May 19, 2002) Won 21 or more consecutive home games______________________ 21 games (February 5-April 4, 1999) Won 24 or more consecutive home games____________________ 24 games (February 22-April 26, 1996)

Swept a 3-game series at home__________________________________ vs. Kansas (April 29-May 1, 2011) Swept a 3-game series on the road_____________________________________ at Kansas (May 1-3, 2004) Swept a 3-game Big 12 series at home____________________________ vs. Kansas (April 29-May 1, 2011) Swept a 3-game Big 12 series on the road_______________________________ at Kansas (May 1-3, 2004) Swept a midweek series at home_____________________ 2 games, vs. Alabama A&M (April 20-21, 2010) Swept a midweek series on the road________________________ 2 games, at Michigan (May 10-11, 2011) Swept a midweek series at a neutral site____________ 2 games, vs. UTSA in San Angelo DH (April 5, 2011)

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

Was swept in a 3-game series at home________________________________ vs. #8 TCU (March 4-6, 2011) Was swept in a 3-game series at home vs. non-conference opponent_____________ vs. #8 TCU (March 4-6, 2011) Was swept in a 3-game series on the road________________________ at Kansas State (April 21-23, 2011) 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 Kansas State (April 21-23, 2011)

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

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

Won 5 or more consecutive conference home games________________ 6 games (April 27-May 19, 2002) Won 6 or more consecutive conference home games________________ 6 games (April 27-May 19, 2002) Won 7 or more consecutive conference home games_____________________ 9 games (April 7-29, 2001) Won 8 or more consecutive conference home games_____________________ 9 games (April 7-29, 2001) Won 9 or more consecutive conference home games_____________________ 9 games (April 7-29, 2001) Won 10 or more consecutive conference home games___________ 10 games February 26-May 14, 1999)

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________________________________________ 1991 Swept Kansas in a 3-game series at home________________________________________________ 2011 Swept Kansas in a 3-game series on the road______________________________________________ 2004 Was swept by Kansas in a 3-game series at home________________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Kansas in a 3-game series on the road________________________________________ 2008

Won 5 or more consecutive conference road games__________________ 5 games (April 10-May 2, 2004) Won 6 or more consecutive conference road games________________7 games (March 23-April 20, 1997) Won 7 or more consecutive conference road games________________7 games (March 23-April 20, 1997) Won 5 or more consecutive midweek games______________________8 games (March 15-April 26, 2011)

Swept Kansas State in a 3-game series at home____________________________________________ 2004 Swept Kansas State in a 3-game series on the road_________________________________________ 1997 Was swept by Kansas State in a 3-game series at home____________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Kansas State in a 3-game series on the road___________________________________ 2011

Won 5 or more consecutive midweek road/neutral site games________ 8 games (March 22-May 11, 2011) Lost 5 or more consecutive games____________________________________5 games (May 16-26, 2010) Lost 6 or more consecutive games__________________________________ 7 games (March 10-20, 2010) Lost 7 or more consecutive games__________________________________ 7 games (March 10-20, 2010) Lost 8 or more consecutive games____________________________________ 8 games (April 9-19, 2008) Lost 9 or more consecutive games___________________________________ 9 games (April 11-25, 1986) Lost 11 or more consecutive games_________________________________ 11 games (April 12-28, 1985)

Swept Missouri in a 3-game series at home_______________________________________________ 2006 Swept Missouri in a 3-game series on the road____________________________________________ 1997 Was swept by Missouri in a 3-game series at home_______________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Missouri in a 3-game series on the road______________________________________ 2009 Swept Nebraska in a 3-game series at home______________________________________________ 1997 Swept Nebraska in a 3-game series on the road__________________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Nebraska in a 3-game series at home________________________________________ 2001 Was swept by Nebraska in a 3-game series on the road_____________________________________ 2010

Lost 5 or more consecutive home games__________________________9 games (March 24-April 7, 1987) Lost 6 or more consecutive home games__________________________9 games (March 24-April 7, 1987) Lost 7 or more consecutive home games__________________________9 games (March 24-April 7, 1987) Lost 8 or more consecutive home games__________________________9 games (March 24-April 7, 1987) Lost 9 or more consecutive home games__________________________9 games (March 24-April 7, 1987)

Swept Oklahoma in a 3-game series at home______________________________________________ 2002 Swept Oklahoma in a 3-game series on the road___________________________________________ 1999 Was swept by Oklahoma in a 3-game series at home_______________________________________ 2006 Was swept by Oklahoma in a 3-game series on the road_____________________________________ 2011

Lost 5 or more consecutive road games______________________________ 5 games (March 12-20, 2010) Lost 6 or more consecutive road games______________________ 8 games (February 27-March 21, 2009) Lost 7 or more consecutive road games______________________ 8 games (February 27-March 21, 2009) Lost 8 or more consecutive road games______________________ 8 games (February 27-March 21, 2009) Lost 11 or more consecutive road games__________________________ 11 games (April 4-May 10, 2008)

Swept Oklahoma State in a 3-game series at home_______________________________ Never Happened Swept Oklahoma State in a 3-game series on the road____________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Oklahoma State in a 3-game series at home___________________________________ 2007 Was swept by Oklahoma State in a 3-game series on the road________________________________ 2006

Lost 5 or more consecutive conference games___________________________ 8 games (April 4-19, 2008) 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)

Swept Texas in a 3-game series at home________________________________________ Never Happened Swept Texas in a 3-game series on the road_____________________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Texas in a 3-game series at home____________________________________________ 1992 Was swept by Texas in a 3-game series on the road_________________________________________ 2007 Swept Texas A&M in a 3-game series at home_____________________________________________ 2001 Swept Texas A&M in a 3-game series on the road________________________________ Never Happened Was swept by Texas A&M in a 3-game series at home_______________________________________ 1989 Was swept by Texas A&M in a 3-game series on the road____________________________________ 2002

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)

Defeated a Top 25 ranked team____________________________________at #4 Texas, 2-1 (April 16, 2011) Defeated a Top 25 ranked team at home____________________ vs. #5 Texas A&M, 4-3 (12) (April 8, 2011) Defeated a Top 25 ranked team on the road__________________________at #4 Texas, 2-1 (April 16, 2011) Defeated a Top 25 ranked team at a neutral site______________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010)

Lost 5 or more consecutive conference road games_________________ 5 games (April 17-May 13, 2011) Lost 6 or more consecutive conference road games__________________ 8 games (April 4-May 10, 2008) 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)

Defeated a Top 25 ranked Big 12 team______________________________at #4 Texas, 2-1 (April 16, 2011) Defeated a Top 25 ranked Big 12 team at home_______________ vs. #5 Texas A&M, 4-3 (12) (April 8, 2011) Defeated a Top 25 ranked Big 12 team on the road____________________at #4 Texas, 2-1 (April 16, 2011) Defeated a Top 25 ranked Big 12 team at a neutral site________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010)

Shutout an opponent_________________________________________ vs. Nebraska, 3-0 (March 27, 2011) Shutout an opponent on Opening Day________________ vs. Western Michigan, 8-0 (February 18, 2011) Shutout an opponent at home_________________________________ vs. Nebraska, 3-0 (March 27, 2011) Shutout a Big 12 opponent at home_____________________________ vs. Nebraska, 3-0 (March 27, 2011) Shutout an opponent on the road___________________________ at #10 Kansas State, 6-0 (May 8, 2009) Shutout a Big 12 opponent on the road_______________________ at #10 Kansas State, 6-0 (May 8, 2009) Shutout an opponent on a neutral field_______vs. Nevada-Reno @ Phoenix, Ariz., 4-0 (February 21, 1998) Shutout a midweek opponent at home_______________________ vs. Alabama A&M, 3-0 (April 21, 2010) Shutout a midweek opponent on the road____________________________at UNLV, 9-0 (March 6, 2006)

Defeated a Top 20 ranked team____________________________________at #4 Texas, 2-1 (April 16, 2011) Defeated a Top 20 ranked team at home____________________ vs. #5 Texas A&M, 4-3 (12) (April 8, 2011) Defeated a Top 20 ranked team on the road__________________________at #4 Texas, 2-1 (April 16, 2011) Defeated a Top 20 ranked team at a neutral site______________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010) Defeated a Top 15 ranked team____________________________________at #4 Texas, 2-1 (April 16, 2011) Defeated a Top 15 ranked team at home____________________ vs. #5 Texas A&M, 4-3 (12) (April 8, 2011) Defeated a Top 15 ranked team on the road__________________________at #4 Texas, 2-1 (April 16, 2011) Defeated a Top 15 ranked team at a neutral site______________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010)

Was shutout___________________________________________________ vs. #8 TCU, 0-7 (March 4, 2011) Was shutout at home____________________________________________ vs. #8 TCU, 0-7 (March 4, 2011) Was shutout at home by a Big 12 opponent_____________________ vs. #2 Missouri, 0-1 (March 28, 2008) Was shutout on the road___________________________________ at #11 Oklahoma, 0-4 (April 11, 2009) Was shutout on the road by a Big 12 opponent_________________ at #11 Oklahoma, 0-4 (April 11, 2009) Was shutout on a neutral field_________________________ vs. UTSA @ Midland, Texas, 0-2 (April 7, 2009) Was shutout against a midweek opponent at home_________ vs. Abilene Christian, 0-1 (March 25, 1963) Was shutout against a midweek opponent on the road___________ at North Texas, 0-5 (March 16, 1987) Was shutout against a midweek opponent on a neutral site______vs. UTSA @ Midland, Texas, 0-2 (April 7, 2009)

Defeated a Top 10 ranked team____________________________________at #4 Texas, 2-1 (April 16, 2011) Defeated a Top 10 ranked team at home____________________ vs. #5 Texas A&M, 4-3 (12) (April 8, 2011) Defeated a Top 10 ranked team on the road__________________________at #4 Texas, 2-1 (April 16, 2011) Defeated a Top 10 ranked team at a neutral site______________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010) Defeated a Top 5 ranked team_____________________________________at #4 Texas, 2-1 (April 16, 2011) Defeated a Top 5 ranked team at home_____________________ vs. #5 Texas A&M, 4-3 (12) (April 8, 2011) Defeated a Top 5 ranked team on the road___________________________at #4 Texas, 2-1 (April 16, 2011) Defeated a Top 5 ranked team at a neutral site_______________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010)

Run-ruled an opponent______________________________ 18-4, 7 inn. vs. Alabama A&M (April 20, 2010) Run-ruled an opponent at home_______________________ 18-4, 7 inn. vs. Alabama A&M (April 20, 2010) Run-ruled a Big 12 opponent at home____________________ 19-4, 7 inn vs. Kansas State (April 20, 2008) Run-ruled an opponent on the road_____________________ 16-5, 7 inn at Kansas State (March 31, 2007) Run-ruled a Big 12 opponent on the road________________ 16-5, 7 inn at Kansas State (March 31, 2007)

Defeated a #1 ranked team__________________________________ at #1 Texas, 10-6 (February 19, 1983) Defeated a #1 ranked team on the road_________________ at #1 Cal State Fullerton, 11-5 (May 27, 2001) Defeated a #1 ranked team at a neutral site_________________________ vs. #1 Texas, 4-2 (May 27, 2010)

Was run-ruled___________________________________________ 2-15, 7 inn. at Missouri (April 26, 2009) Was run-ruled at home___________________________ 0-10, 7 inn vs. #19 Oklahoma State (May 13, 2007) Was run-ruled by a Big 12 opponent at home________ 0-10, 7 inn vs. #19 Oklahoma State (May 13, 2007) Was run-ruled on the road_________________________________ 2-15, 7 inn. at Missouri (April 26, 2009) Was run-ruled by a Big 12 opponent on the road_______________ 2-15, 7 inn. at Missouri (April 26, 2009)

Won a series against a Top 25 ranked team______ at #14 Baylor: 6-5, 13-14, 10-6 (10) (March 18-20, 2011) Won a series against a Top 25 ranked team on the road_______at #14 Baylor: 6-5, 13-14, 10-6 (10) (March 18-20, 2011) Swept a series against a Top 25 ranked team_______vs. #17 Baylor: 8-7 (10), 5-2, 11-1 (March 17-19, 2002) Played to a tie________________________________________ vs. Kansas State, 11-11 (10) (April 15, 2006)

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES â&#x2014;? Oklahoma State at Texas Tech â&#x2014;? May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL THE LAST TIME A TEXAS TECH TEAM... Hit back-to-back home runs________________________ Mayo, Hanslik, vs. UNLV 8th inn. (April 22, 2009) Homered on consecutive pitches__________ Rindels, Hall, vs. New Mexico State 2nd inn. (April 23, 2008) Hit 2 or more home runs in an inning__________________________ 3, vs. Missouri 4th inn. (May 2, 2010) Hit 3 or more home runs in an inning__________________________ 3, vs. Missouri 4th inn. (May 2, 2010) Hit 2 or more home runs in a game__________________________________ 2, at Missouri (May 15, 2011) Hit 3 or more home runs in a game___________________________________ 6, vs. Missouri (May 2, 2010) Hit 4 or more home runs in a game___________________________________ 6, vs. Missouri (May 2, 2010) Hit 5 or more home runs in a game___________________________________ 6, vs. Missouri (May 2, 2010) Hit 6 or more home runs in a game___________________________________ 6, vs. Missouri (May 2, 2010) Hit 7 or more home runs in a game___________________________________8, vs. Missouri (April 5, 1997) Hit 8 or more home runs in a game___________________________________8, vs. Missouri (April 5, 1997) Hit 2 grand slams in a week____________ Stephen Hagen (April 26), Jamodrick McGruder (April 30), 2011 Hit multiple grand slams in a season_____________________________ 2, Hagen (1), McGruder (1) (2011) Hit 3 or more grand slams in a season______________________________3, Kieschnick (2), Thennis (2008) Hit 4 or more grand slams in a season__________________________________ 4, Blair (3), Edwards (2005) Homered in 4 or more consecutive games_______________________________ 4 games (April 2-5, 2011) Homered in 5 or more consecutive games__________________________ 6 games (April 24-May 2, 2010) Homered in 6 or more consecutive games__________________________ 6 games (April 24-May 2, 2010) Homered in 7 or more consecutive games____________________________ 7 games (March 10-20, 2010) Homered in 10 or more consecutive games___________________________ 13 games (March 3-23, 2002) Homered in 13 or more consecutive games___________________________ 13 games (March 3-23, 2002)

Had 15 or more hits in a game________________________________________ 16, vs. UTSA (April 5, 2011) Had 15 or more hits in a win_________________________________________ 16, vs. UTSA (April 5, 2011) Had 20 or more hits in a win_______________________________________ 24, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) 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___________________________________ 22, at #14 Baylor (March 19, 2011) Had 16 or more hits in a loss___________________________________ 22, at #14 Baylor (March 19, 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____________22 hits, 19 hits vs. #14 Baylor (March 19-20, 2011) Had at least 19 hits in back-to-back games____________22 hits, 19 hits vs. #14 Baylor (March 19-20, 2011) Had at least 10 hits in 5 or more consecutive games__________________ 6 games (April 24-May 2, 2010) Had at least 10 hits in 6 or more consecutive games__________________ 6 games (April 24-May 2, 2010) Had at least 10 hits in 9 or more consecutive games_____________ 9 games (February 14-March 3, 2006) Had at least 10 hits in 10 or more consecutive games_________________ 10 games (February 1-18, 2003) Had 4 or more consecutive hits__________________ 4 (1B-1B-1B-1B), at Michigan, 1st inn. (May 10, 2011) Had 5 or more consecutive hits____________ 5 (1B-2B-1B-2B-1B), at #14 Baylor, 9th inn. (March 19, 2011) Had 6 or more consecutive hits_______8 (2B-1B-1B-2B-2B-1B-1B-1B), vs. Howard Payne, 2nd inn. (April 7, 2004) Had at least 1 base hit in every inning of a game____________________ 15 hits, vs. Iowa (March 11, 2011) Had 7 or more consecutive batters reach base safely____ 8, vs. Northern Illinois, 1st inn. (February 27, 2011) Had 8 or more consecutive batters reach base safely____ 8, vs. Northern Illinois, 1st inn. (February 27, 2011)

Scored 10 or more runs in 3 consecutive games________________________2010 (February 21-25, 2010) Scored 10 or more runs in 4 consecutive games________________________2007 (February 11-27, 2007) Scored 10 or more runs in 5 consecutive games__________________________ 2000 (February 2-8, 2000) Scored 15 or more runs in a game________________________15, vs. Northern Illinois (February 26, 2011) Scored 20 or more runs in a game___________________________________ 21, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) Scored 25 or more runs in a game_______________________________ 25, vs. Howard (January 26, 2001) 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)

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, at #14 Baylor (March 19, 2011) 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____________________________ at Missouri (May 15, 2011) Had not allowed an extra-base hit in a Big 12 game______________________ at Missouri (May 15, 2011) Had all 9 starters score a run in a game_______________ 14 runs, vs. Northern Illinois (February 27, 2011) Had all 9 starters with a base hit in a game________10 hits, vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (March 13, 2011) Had 3 players score 4 runs each in a game_____ 2010, McGruder (4), Kenworthy (3), Hough (5) at Kansas (April 25, 2010) Had 5 or more players score multiple runs in a game_________5, vs. Northern Illinois (February 26, 2011) Had 6 or more players score multiple runs in a game____________________ 7, vs. Missouri (May 2, 2010) Had 7 or more players scored multiple runs in a game___________________ 7, vs. Missouri (May 2, 2010)

Scored 10 or more runs in a loss_____________________________ 13-14, at #14 Baylor (March 19, 2011) Scored 13 or more runs in a loss_____________________________ 13-14, at #14 Baylor (March 19, 2011) 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)

Had 5 or more doubles in a game________________________________ 6, at #14 Baylor (March 19, 2011) Had 10 or more doubles in a game__________________________________ 12, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) Allowed 5 or more doubles in a game_______________________________6, vs. BYU (February 24, 2011) Allowed 6 or more doubles in a game_______________________________6, vs. BYU (February 24, 2011) Allowed 7 or more doubles in a game_________________________________ 7, vs. Baylor (May 17, 2008)

Scored 10 or more unanswered runs__________________________ 15, vs. Michigan (February 21, 2010) Scored 15 or more unanswered runs__________________________ 15, vs. Michigan (February 21, 2010) Scored 20 or more unanswered runs_______________________ 21, vs. Dallas Baptist (February 16, 2007) Scored 25 or more unanswered runs____________________________ 25, vs. Howard (January 26, 2001)

Had 3 or more triples in a game__________________________3, vs. Northern Illinois (February 13, 2005) Had 4 or more triples in a game_______________________ 4, vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (May 1, 2001) Allowed 2 or more triples in a game_________________________________ 3, at Missouri (May 13, 2011) Allowed 3 or more triples in a game_________________________________ 3, at Missouri (May 13, 2011)

Scored in 5 consecutive innings________________________ 5, 4th-8th inn. vs. #8 Texas (March 28, 2010) Scored in 6 consecutive innings___________________________ 6, 2nd-7th inn. vs. UNLV (March 6, 2007) Scored 5 or more runs in the first inning______________________________5, at Michigan (May 10, 2011) Scored 6 or more runs in the first inning____________________6, vs. Northern Illinois (February 26, 2011) Scored 9 or more runs in the first inning__________________________ 9, vs. Kansas State (April 20, 2008) Scored 10 or more runs in the first inning___________________________10, vs. UTSA (February 25, 2008) Scored in the first inning in 4 or more consecutive games__________ 4, 2011 (March 15-March 20, 2011) Scored in the first inning in 5 or more consecutive games_________ 5, 2011 (February 24-March 1, 2011) 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_______________________ 9 (9th inn.), at #14 Baylor (March 19, 2011) Scored 9 or more runs in an inning_______________________ 9 (9th inn.), at #14 Baylor (March 19, 2011) Scored 10 or more runs in an inning_______________________ 10 (1st inn.), vs. UTSA (February 25, 2008) Scored 11 or more runs in an inning________________ 11 (4th inn.) vs. Dallas Baptist (February 16, 2007) Scored 13 or more runs in an inning_______________13 (3rd inn.), vs. Western Illinois (February 20, 2005) Scored 4 or more runs in three different innings_________vs. UNLV: 1st (4), 6th (4), 8th (5) (April 22, 2009)

Allowed 3 or more home runs in a game______________________________3, vs. #8 TCU (March 6, 2011) Allowed 4 or more home runs in a game___________________________ 4, vs. #8 Texas (March 28, 2010) 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 State (April 21, 2011) Walked 10 or more times in a game____________________________ 13, vs. New Mexico (April 27, 2011) Walked 14 or more times in a game_______________________________ 14, vs. Houston (March 7, 2010) Walked 15 or more times in a game______________________ 15, vs. Western Illinois (February 20, 2005) Allowed 0 walks in a game___________________________________________at Michigan (May 10, 2011) Allowed 0 walks in back-to-back games___________________________ vs. Texas State (March 7-8, 2003) Allowed 1 walk in a 3-game series__________________________________ vs. Iowa State (April 7-8, 2001) Allowed 10 or more walks in a game_____________________________ 10, at #14 Baylor (March 19, 2011) Allowed 14 or more walks in a game_____________________________14, at Kansas State (April 17, 2005)

Scored 10 or more runs in a road game__________________________ 10, at #14 Baylor (March 20, 2011) Scored 15 or more runs in a road game______________________________ 21, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) Scored 20 or more runs in a road game______________________________ 21, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) Scored 24 or more runs in a road game______________________________24, at Baylor (March 23, 1996) Scored 25 or more runs in a road game____________________________ 25, at UTEP (February 24, 1984)

Did not strikeout in a game_____________________________________vs. Alabama A&M (April 21, 2010) Struck out 10 or more times in a game______________________________10, at Michigan (May 11, 2011) Struck out 15 or more times in a game___________________________ 18, at #7 Oklahoma (April 3, 2011) Struck out 18 or more times in a game___________________________ 18, at #7 Oklahoma (April 3, 2011) Did not strikeout an opposing batter in a game_________________________at Missouri (March 30, 2001) Struck out 10 or more opposing batters in a game_______________________ 10, vs. UTSA (April 5, 2011) Struck out 15 or more opposing batters in a game_____________________ 17, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) Struck out 20 or more opposing batters in a game_____________ 20, at #22 Texas A&M (March 14, 2008)

Allowed 10 or more runs in a loss__________________________________ 11, at Missouri (May 13, 2011) Allowed 10 or more runs in a win___________________________________ 15, vs. Missouri (May 2, 2010) Allowed 15 or more runs in a game______________________________ 15, vs. Nebraska (March 25, 2011) Allowed 20 or more runs in a game______________________________ 22, vs. #13 Texas (March 20, 2008) Allowed 7 or more runs in an inning_______________________8 (3rd inn.), vs. Nebraska (March 25, 2011) Allowed 8 or more runs in an inning_______________________8 (3rd inn.), vs. Nebraska (March 25, 2011) Allowed 9 or more runs in an inning______________________ 9 (5th inn.), at New Mexico (April 27, 2010) Allowed 10 or more runs in an inning______________________________ 10, vs. Houston (March 7, 2010) Allowed 5 or more runs in the first inning______________________________ 6, at Kansas (April 23, 2010) Allowed 6 or more runs in the first inning______________________________ 6, at Kansas (April 23, 2010) Allowed 7 or more runs in the first inning_________________________ 9, at Dallas Baptist (April 14, 2010) Allowed 8 or more runs in the first inning_________________________ 9, at Dallas Baptist (April 14, 2010) Allowed 9 or more runs in the first inning_________________________ 9, at Dallas Baptist (April 14, 2010)

Had 5 or more hit batters in a game__________________________________ 5, vs. Missouri (May 2, 2010) Had 6 or more hit batters in a game___________________6, vs. College of the Southwest (April 27, 2005) Had 5 or more stolen bases in a game___________________________ 6, vs. #5 Texas A&M (April 9, 2011) Had 6 or more stolen bases in a game___________________________ 6, vs. #5 Texas A&M (April 9, 2011) Had 7 or more stolen bases in a game_________________ 8, vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (April 2, 2008) Had 8 or more stolen bases in a game_________________ 8, vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (April 2, 2008) Had 9 or more stolen bases in a game________________________ 10, vs. #13 Oklahoma (April 24, 2004) Had 10 or more stolen bases in a game_______________________ 10, vs. #13 Oklahoma (April 24, 2004)

Overcame a deficit of 4 or more runs in a win_______ 5, at Dallas Baptist: 0-5, Won - 7-6 (March 22, 2011) Overcame a deficit of 5 or more runs in a win_______ 5, at Dallas Baptist: 0-5, Won - 7-6 (March 22, 2011) Overcame a deficit of 6 or more runs in a win_______9, at Dallas Baptist: 0-9, Won - 13-11 (April 14, 2010) Overcame a deficit of 7 or more runs in a win_______9, at Dallas Baptist: 0-9, Won - 13-11 (April 14, 2010) Overcame a deficit of 8 or more runs in a win_______9, at Dallas Baptist: 0-9, Won - 13-11 (April 14, 2010) Overcame a deficit of 9 or more runs in a win_______9, at Dallas Baptist: 0-9, Won - 13-11 (April 14, 2010) Overcame a deficit of 3 or more runs in the 9th to win_____ 5, at #22 Oklahoma State: 2-7, Won - 11-8 (May 16, 2004) Overcame a deficit of 4 or more runs in the 9th to win_____ 5, at #22 Oklahoma State: 2-7, Won - 11-8 (May 16, 2004) Overcame a deficit of 5 or more runs in the 9th to win_____ 5, at #22 Oklahoma State: 2-7, Won - 11-8 (May 16, 2004) Won when trailing after 8 innings in back-to-back games______at No. 14 Baylor/at Dallas Baptist (March 20, 22, 2011)

Left 13 or more runners on base_______________________________ 13, vs. New Mexico (April 27, 2011) Left 14 or more runners on base________________________________ 16, at #14 Baylor (March 20, 2011) Left 15 or more runners on base________________________________ 16, at #14 Baylor (March 20, 2011) Left 16 or more runners on base________________________________ 16, at #14 Baylor (March 20, 2011) Hit into 3 or more double plays_____________________________3, vs. Northwestern (February 19, 2011) Hit into 4 or more double plays_______________________________________ 4, at UNLV (March 6, 2006) Turned 3 or more double plays_____________________________________ 3, vs. #8 TCU (March 5, 2011) Turned 4 or more double plays________________________________________ 4, vs. Rice (March 6, 2010)

Squandered a lead of 4 or more runs in a loss_________ 5, vs. Kansas State: 5-0, Lost - 6-10 (April 3, 2010) Squandered a lead of 5 or more runs in a loss_________ 5, vs. Kansas State: 5-0, Lost - 6-10 (April 3, 2010) Squandered a lead of 6 or more runs in a loss_______ 8, at Kansas State: 10-2 - Lost 12-13 (April 17, 2005) Squandered a lead of 7 or more runs in a loss_______ 8, at Kansas State: 10-2 - Lost 12-13 (April 17, 2005) Squandered a lead of 8 or more runs in a loss_______ 8, at Kansas State: 10-2 - Lost 12-13 (April 17, 2005) Squandered a multiple-run lead in the 9th in a loss______ 2, at Texas A&M: 4-2 - Lost 5-4 (March 26, 2006)

Committed 4 or more errors in a game____________________________ 4, vs. Nebraska (March 25, 2011) 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) Threw a two-hitter_____ 3 pitchers (Coulombe, Neely, Stewart) vs. Western Michigan (February 18, 2011)

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES â&#x2014;? Oklahoma State at Texas Tech â&#x2014;? May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL THE LAST TIME A TEXAS TECH PLAYER... HITTING:

PITCHING:

Hit back-to-back home runs____________ Jeremy Mayo & Nick Hanslik, vs. UNLV 8th inn. (April 22, 2009) Hit a home run to lead off a game________________________ Doug Thennis at UTSA (February 25, 2008) Hit a home run for first career base hit___________ Duke von Schamann (solo) vs. Iowa (March 11, 2011) Hit an inside-the-park home run_______ Nick Popescu (3-run) vs. Bethune-Cookman (February 27, 2010) Hit a pinch-hit home run______________________ Bonham Hough (2-run) vs. Gonzaga (March 10, 2010) Hit a grand slam__________________________________ Jamodrick McGruder vs. Kansas (April 30, 2011) Hit a home run in the 9th inning to tie game_______________ Stephen Hagen vs. Kansas (April 29, 2011) Hit a game-winning home run____________________Kevin Whitehead vs. UTSA (4th inn.) (April 5, 2011) Hit a walk-off home run________________ Doug Thennis vs. Missouri (9th, Grand Slam) (March 30, 2008) Hit an extra-inning home run________________ Bryon Smith vs. Kansas State (11th, Solo) (May 22, 2002) Hit an extra-inning, walk-off home run____________ Willie Durazo (10th, Solo) vs. TCU (February 7, 2002) Hit 2 grand slams in a season___________________________________________ Roger Kieschnick (2008) Hit 3 grand slams in a season______________________________________________Cameron Blair (2005) Hit 2 home runs in an inning_____ Cameron Blair (2-run/solo - 9th inn.) at Oklahoma State (May 16, 2004) Hit 2 or more home runs in a game_____________________ Barrett Barnes at #7 Oklahoma (April 3, 2011) 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____________ Barrett Barnes at #7 Oklahoma, 6th and 7th (April 3, 2011) Homered in consecutive at-bats____________ Barrett Barnes at #7 Oklahoma, 6th and 7th (April 3, 2011) Homered in consecutive games_____________________ Barrett Barnes at #7 Oklahoma (April 2-3, 2011) Homered in 3 consecutive games________________________ Kyle Martin vs. Baylor (March 23-25, 2007)

Had 5 or more consecutive scoreless outings______________________ 5, Ben Flora (April 21-May 1, 2011) Had 6 or more consecutive scoreless outings_____________________ 7, Aaron Corwin (April 10-30, 2011) Had 7 or more consecutive scoreless outings_____________________ 7, Aaron Corwin (April 10-30, 2011) Had 8 or more consecutive scoreless outings_______________ 9, Colt Hynes (February 3-March 21, 2006) Had 9 or more consecutive scoreless outings_______________ 9, Colt Hynes (February 3-March 21, 2006) Had 10 or more consecutive scoreless outings_____________ 10, Adrian Soto (February 24-May 12, 2002) Had a scoreless streak of at least 10 innings____________________Aaron Corwin, 10.1 (April 10-30, 2011) Had a scoreless streak of at least 15 innings___________ Dustin Richardson, 17.2 (March 17-April 8, 2006) Had a scoreless streak of at least 20 innings______________ Brandon Roberson, 21.1 (March 11-31, 2001) Threw a 7-inning no-hitter________________ Ramey Brandon vs. Eastern New Mexico - 2-0 (April 2, 1962) Threw a 9-inning no-hitter_____________________________ Ruben Garcia at Baylor - 1-0 (April 23, 1971) Carried a no-hitter through 5.0 or more innings_________________A.J. Ramos, 5.1 IP, vs. Kansas (April 20, 2007) Carried a no-hitter through 6.0 or more innings_______ Nathan Fouts, 6.1 IP, vs. Texas State (February 17, 2002) Retired 17 or more consecutive hitters_____________ 17, Brennan Stewart, 6.1 IP, vs. UTSA (April 5, 2011) Retired 17 or more consecutive hitters in relief______ 17, Brennan Stewart, 6.1 IP, vs. UTSA (April 5, 2011) Pitched 10 consecutive innings without allowing a walk______ Duke von Schamann, 10.1 IP (April 10-26, 2011) Pitched 15 consecutive innings without allowing a walk____ John Neely, 15.1 IP, (March 20-April 12, 2011)

Hit for the cycle________________Chris Richburg vs. New Mexico State (@ Roswell, N.M.) (April 23, 2008) Hit for the natural cycle_____________________________________________________ Never Happened Hit for the cycle in a Big 12 game_____________________________________________ Never Happened Hit for the cycle in a non-Big 12 game___ Chris Richburg vs. New Mexico State (@ Roswell, N.M.) (April 23, 2008)

Struck out the side in the first inning____________________ Daniel Coulombe vs. Iowa (March 11, 2011) Struck out 4 or more consecutive hitters_________________ 4, Brennan Stewart, vs. UTSA (April 5, 2011) Struck out 5 or more consecutive hitters________________ 5, John Neely, vs. Nebraska (March 26, 2011) Struck out at least 2 hitters in 5 or more innings in one game_______6, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) Struck out at least 2 hitters in 6 or more innings in one game_______6, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) Had at least one strikeout in 7 consecutive innings in one game____ 8, Chad Bettis, vs. #1 Texas (May 27, 2010) Had at least one strikeout in 8 consecutive innings in one game____ 8, Chad Bettis, vs. #1 Texas (May 27, 2010) Struck out at least 10 batters in 3 outings during season____________________________ Miles Morgan, 2006

Had a 10-game hit streak_____________________Barrett Barnes 15 games (March 11, 2011-April 3, 2011) Had a 15-game hit streak_____________________Barrett Barnes 15 games (March 11, 2011-April 3, 2011) Had a 17-game hit streak__________________________ Scott LeJeune 17 games (April 17-May 23, 2010) Had a 20-game hit streak____________________________ Cameron Blair 20 games (April 3-May 9, 2004) Had a 25-game hit streak___________________________ Gera Alvarez 30 games (March 3-April 27, 2002) Had a 30-game hit streak___________________________ Gera Alvarez 30 games (March 3-April 27, 2002)

Struck out 10 or more batters in a game___________________ 10, Chad Bettis, vs. #1 Texas (May 27, 2010) Struck out 11 or more batters in a game__________________ 16, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) Struck out 12 or more batters in a game__________________ 16, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) Struck out 13 or more batters in a game__________________ 16, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) Struck out 14 or more batters in a game__________________ 16, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) Struck out 15 or more batters in a game__________________ 16, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010) Struck out 16 or more batters in a game__________________ 16, Bobby Doran, vs. Missouri (May 1, 2010)

Reached base safely in at least 25 consecutive games______Jamodrick McGruder 39 games (May 23, 2010-April 15, 2011) Reached base safely in at least 30 consecutive games______Jamodrick McGruder 39 games (May 23, 2010-April 15, 2011) Reached base safely in at least 35 consecutive games___ Jamodrick McGruder 39 games (May 23, 2010-April 15, 2011) Reached base safely in at least 40 consecutive games______ Cameron Blair 53 games (May 22, 2004-May 16, 2005) Reached base safely in at least 50 consecutive games______ Cameron Blair 53 games (May 22, 2004-May 16, 2005) Reached base safely in at least 53 consecutive games______ Cameron Blair 53 games (May 22, 2004-May 16, 2005)

Struck out 6 or more batters in a game in relief_________________ 6, John Neely, vs. UTSA (April 5, 2011) Struck out 7 or more batters in a game in relief____________ 7, Brennan Stewart, vs. UTSA (April 5, 2011) Struck out 8 or more batters in a game in relief___________9, Steve Rowe, vs. Kansas State (April 5, 2002) Struck out 9 or more batters in a game in relief___________9, Steve Rowe, vs. Kansas State (April 5, 2002)

Had a walk-off base hit_______ Barrett Barnes (1B through left side in the 10th) vs. Kansas (April 29, 2011) Had a walk-off base-on-balls________ Andre Wheeler (BB w/bases loaded in 9th) vs. Kansas (May 1, 2011) Had 6 or more at-bats in a game_____ Andre Wheeler/Stephen Hagen, 6, vs. #5 Texas A&M (April 8, 2011) Had 7 or more at-bats in a game____ Joey Callendar & Willie Rueda 7, vs. Texas Wesleyan (March 29, 2006)

Pitched 7.0 IP or more in career debut (starter)____________ 7.2 IP, Trey Masek, vs. Iowa (March 12, 2011) Pitched 7.0 IP or more in Big 12 career debut (starter)___ 7.1, Brennan Stewart, at #4 Texas (April 17, 2011)

Had 4 or more hits in a game__________ Bo Altobelli, 4/Stephen Hagen, 5, at #14 Baylor (March 19, 2011) Had 5 or more hits in a game_______________________ Stephen Hagen 5, at #14 Baylor (March 19, 2011) Had 6 or more hits in a game_____________________________ Keith Ginter 6, vs. Kansas (April 10, 1998)

Pitched a complete-game loss___________________A.J. Ramos (8.0 IP) at #11 Oklahoma (April 11, 2009) Pitched a 7-inning, complete game_______________________ Dusty Buck vs. #17 Baylor (May 19, 2002) Pitched a 9-inning, complete game____________________ Chad Bettis at #11 Oklahoma (April 11, 2009) Pitched a 9-inning, complete-game shutout______________________ A.J. Ramos vs. Kansas (April 20, 2007) Pitched back-to-back complete games in a DH______ A.J. Ramos/Chad Bettis at #11 Oklahoma (April 11, 2009)

Scored 4 or more runs in a game________________________Bonham Hough 5, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) 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)

Started in back-to-back games____________________Ben Flora, 2011 - vs. Northwestern (2/20), vs. BYU (2/24) Pitched 2 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 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________ Tanner McElroy at Oklahoma (May 21, 2005), vs. #5 Nebraska (May 27, 2005) Pitched 3 consecutive CG_______ Chris Phillips at New Mexico (February 2, 2002), vs. TCU (February 7, 2002), vs. Houston (February 15, 2002)

Hit 2 or more doubles in a game________________________ Nick Popescu 2, at Michigan (May 10, 2011) Hit 3 or more doubles in a game__________________________ Jeremy Mayo 3, at Kansas (April 25, 2010) Hit 2 or more triples in a game_________ Jamodrick McGruder 2, vs. Northern Illinois (February 27, 2011) Hit 3 or more triples in a game_____________Jason Rainey 3, vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (May 1, 2001) Hit triples in consecutive games_______ Jamodrick McGruder vs. Northern Illinois (February 26-27, 2011) Had 3 or more extra-base hits in a game_________David Paiz 3, at Kansas State (2 2B, 3B) (April 22, 2011) Had 4 or more extra-base hits in a game___Roger Kieschnick 4, vs. Army (2 2B, 1 3B, 1 HR) (February 24, 2008) Had 5 or more extra-base hits in a game____ Roger Kieschnick 5, at New Mexico (2 HR, 2 2B, 1 3B) (February 27, 2007) Had 4 or more RBI in a game______________________ Jamodrick McGruder 4, vs. Kansas (April 30, 2011) Had 5 or more RBI in a game____________________________ Michael Reed 6, vs. Missouri (May 2, 2010) Had 6 or more RBI in a game____________________________ Michael Reed 6, vs. Missouri (May 2, 2010) 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 4 or more walks in a game________________________Jeremy Mayo 4, at Kansas State (May 9, 2009) Had 5 or more walks in a game__________________________ Ryan Ruiz 5, vs. Howard (February 6, 1999) Had 3 or more hit by pitch in a game________ Cody Fuller 3, vs. College of the Southwest (April 27, 2005) Had 3 or more stolen bases in a game_______________ Jamodrick McGruder 3, vs. UNLV (March 1, 2011) Had 4 or more stolen bases in a game_____________Willie Rueda 4, vs. Central Arkansas (March 4, 2008) Had 4 or more strikeouts in a game__________ Jamodrick McGruder 4, vs. #5 Texas A&M (April 10, 2011) Hit into a triple play________________Chris Richburg, at Cal State Fullerton (1st inn.) (February 28, 2009)

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES â&#x2014;? Oklahoma State at Texas Tech â&#x2014;? May 20-22, 2011


2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL SEASON BATTING RECORD BOOK WATCH BATTING AVERAGE 1. Doug Ault (1972)__________________________ 2. Jason Totman (1995)_______________________ 3. Andy Gonzalez (1995)______________________ 4. Keith Ginter (1997)________________________ 5. Matt Kastelic (1996)_______________________ 6. Clint Bryant (1995)________________________ 7. Mike Humphreys (1988)____________________ 8. John Grimes (1984)________________________ 9. Joe Dillon (1997)__________________________ 10. Randy DuRoss (1995)______________________

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

RBI 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

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

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

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

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

STOLEN BASES 1. Matt Kastelic (1996)_____________________________51 2. Matt Kastelic (1995)_____________________________46 3. Kent Blasingame (1992)__________________________44 4. Kerry Hodges (2001)_____________________________38 5. Clint Bryant (1996)______________________________37 Mike Kinney (1993)______________________________37 Marco Cunningham (1999)_______________________37 8. Ryan Ruiz (1999)________________________________35 9. Josh Brady (2004)_______________________________34 10. Keith Ginter (1997)______________________________29 Kent Blassingame (1991)_________________________29 Jon Slack (2002)________________________________29 Cody Fuller (2003)_______________________________29 Jamodrick McGruder (2011)_____________________ 28

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

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

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

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

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE 1. Joe Dillon (1997)__________________________ .939 2. John Grimes (1984)________________________ .853 3. Doug Ault (1972)__________________________ .778 4. Keith Ginter (1997)________________________ .743 5. Mike Humphreys (1988)____________________ .738 6. Clint Bryant (1995)________________________ .733 7. Stacy Ragan (1987)________________________ .723 Jon Weber (1999)__________________________ 723 9. Greg May (1984)__________________________ .712 10. Keith Ginter (1998)________________________ .707

ASSISTS 1. Gera Alvarez (2001)_________________________ 242 2. Shaun Larkin (2000)________________________ 219 3. Dion Ruecker (1995)________________________ 214 4. Gera Alvarez (2002)_________________________ 200 5. Joey Kenworthy (2010)______________________ 193 6. Kelby Tomlinson (2011)_____________________192 7. Scott Holzhauer (2000)______________________ 185 8. Cameron Blair (2004)_______________________ 184 9. Joel Buchenauer (2002)_____________________ 179 10. Dion Ruecker (1996)________________________ 173 11. Bryon Smith (2001)_________________________ 172

TRIPLES 1. Jason Rainey (2000)__________________________ 9 2. Ronnie Mattson (1975)________________________ 8 Stubby Clapp (1996)__________________________ 8 Jon Weber (1999)____________________________ 8 5. Jason Rainey (2001)__________________________ 7 Jason Huth (1997)____________________________ 7 Donald Harris (1989)__________________________ 7 Donald Harris (1988)__________________________ 7

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

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

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

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

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

GAMES STARTED 1 Clint Bryant (1995)__________________________ 65

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2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL CAREER BATTING RECORD BOOK WATCH BATTING AVERAGE 1. Doug Ault (1971-72)_______________________ 2. Jason Totman (1994-95)____________________ 3. Keith Ginter (1997-98)______________________ 4. Matt Kastelic (1995-96)_____________________ 5. Mike Humphreys (1985-88)_________________ 6. Ryan Ruiz (1998-99)_______________________ Scooter Jordan (2002-03)___________________ 8. Brandon Buckley (1997-98)_________________ 9. Clint Bryant (1993-96)______________________ 10. John Vidales (1985-86)_____________________

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

RBI 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9.

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

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

RUNS SCORED 1. Clint Bryant (1993-96)_______________________ 271 2. Mike Humphreys (1985-88)__________________ 192 3. Keith Ginter (1997-98)_______________________ 190 4. Randy DuRoss (1992-95)_____________________ 187 5. Josh Bard (1997-99)________________________ 165 6. Kevin Lowery (1985-88)_____________________ 160 Cody Fuller (2002-05)_______________________ 160 8. Joey Kenworthy (2007-10)___________________ 151 Roger Kieschnick (2006-08)__________________ 151 10. Madison Edwards (2002-05)__________________ 148

HITS 1. Clint Bryant (1993-96)_______________________ 341 2. Josh Bard (1997-99)________________________ 268 3. Randy DuRoss (1992-95)_____________________ 235 4. Taylor Ashby (2007-10)______________________ 228 5. Roger Kieschnick (2006-08)__________________ 222 6. Mike Humphreys (1985-88)__________________ 221 7. Joey Kenworthy (2007-10)___________________ 218 8. Matt Kastelic (1995-96)______________________ 203 9. Bobby Kohler (1979-82)_____________________ 199 10. Cody Fuller (2002-05)_______________________ 194

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

DOUBLES 1. Clint Bryant (1993-96)________________________ 73 Josh Bard (1997-99)_________________________ 73 3. Roger Kieschnick (2005-08)___________________ 54 4. Taylor Ashby (2007-10)_______________________ 48 Keith Ginter (1997-98)________________________ 48 6. Jason Landreth (1997-98)_____________________ 45 7. Joey Kenworthy (2007-10)____________________ 43 David Lindstrom (1994-96)____________________ 43 9. Scott LeJeune (2009-11)______________________ 42 Bobby Kohler (1979-82)______________________ 42

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE 1. Jon Weber (1999)_________________________ 2. Keith Ginter (1997-98)______________________ 3. Jason Landreth (1997-98)___________________ 4. Joe Dillon (1996-97)_______________________ 5. John Grimes (1980-84)_____________________ 6. Mike Humphreys (1986-88)_________________ 7. Kevin Jordan (1998-99)_____________________ 8. Josh Bard (1997-99)_______________________ 9. John Vidales (1984-86)_____________________ 10. Barrett Barnes (2010)______________________ Cameron Blair (2004-05)____________________

TRIPLES 1. Ronnie Mattson (1973-76)____________________ 18 2. Jeff Boydston (1988-92)______________________ 17 Gary Ashby (1974-77)________________________ 17 4. Jason Rainey (2000-01)_______________________ 16 5. Robin Harriss (1993-94)______________________ 14 Clint Bryant (1993-96)________________________ 14 Donald Harris (1988-89)______________________ 14 Jason Huth (1997-99)________________________ 14 Madison Edwards (2002-05)___________________ 14 10. Bobby Kohler (1979-82)______________________ 13 Cecil Norris (1970-73)________________________ 13

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

HOME RUNS 1. Clint Bryant (1993-96)________________________ 44 2. Joe Dillon (1996-97)_________________________ 43 Josh Bard (1997-99)_________________________ 43 3. Mike Humphreys (1985-88)___________________ 41 4. Roger Kieschnick (2006-08)___________________ 39 4. Dion Ruecker (1995-96)______________________ 37 John Grimes (1982-85)_______________________ 37 5. Keith Ginter (1997-98)________________________ 34 6. Todd Howey (1983-85)_______________________ 32 7. David Lindstrom (1994-96)____________________ 31 Cameron Blair (2004-05)______________________ 31

STOLEN BASES 1. Matt Kastelic (1995-96)_______________________ 97 2. Jeff Boydston (1988-92)______________________ 86 3. Cody Fuller (2002-05)________________________ 83 4. Kent Blassingame (1991-92)___________________ 73 Clint Bryant (1993-96)________________________ 73 6. Willie Rueda (2006-09)_______________________ 59 7. Ryan Ruiz (1998-99)_________________________ 57 8. Keith Ginter (1997-98)________________________ 56 Cody Fuller (2002-05)________________________ 56 10. Marco Cunningham (1999-00)_________________ 54 Jamodrick McGruder (2010-11)_______________ 51

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

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

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2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL SEASON PITCHING RECORD BOOK WATCH APPEARANCES 1. James Leverton (2008)_______________________ 31 2. Blake McGinley (2001)_______________________ 30 3. Brad Ralston (1997)__________________________ 28 4. Brandon Roberson (1999)_____________________ 27 Steve Rowe (2000)__________________________ 27 Kevin Tracey (2000)__________________________ 27 7. John Neely (2011)__________________________ 26 Steve Rowe (2002)__________________________ 26 Zach Butler (2005)___________________________ 26 Brian Cloud (2008)__________________________ 26 11. Ben Flora (2010)____________________________ 25 Jay Johnson (2010)__________________________ 25 Zach Stewart (1998)_________________________ 25

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

LOSSES 1. Kyle Guerry (1989)____________________________ 9 2. Lucio Chaidez (1990)__________________________ 8 Bubba Johnson (1990)________________________ 8 Steven Thomas (2004)________________________ 8 5. Several with ________________________________ 7

WINS 1. Shane Wright (1998)_________________________ 14 2. Brandon Roberson (2001)_____________________ 13 3. Mark Brandenburg (1991)____________________ 12 Matt Miller (1996)___________________________ 12 5. Chris Phillips (2001)__________________________ 11 Jason Gooding (1997)________________________ 11 Matt Miller (1995)___________________________ 11 Ryan Nye (1994)____________________________ 11 9. Several with _______________________________ 10 John Neely (2011)___________________________ 9

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

SAVES 1. Chad Bettis (2010)___________________________ 10 Brandon Roberson (1999)_____________________ 10 3. Tom Black (1976)_____________________________ 8 Blake McGinley (2001)________________________ 8 Steve Rowe (2002)___________________________ 8 6. John Neely (2011)___________________________ 7 Brad Ralston (1997)___________________________ 7 Kevin Tracey (2000)___________________________ 7 Chad Bettis (2009)____________________________ 7 10. Jeff Karstens (2003)___________________________ 6 11. Brad Ralston (1998)___________________________ 5 Mark Johnston (1978)_________________________ 5 Collin Auten (2007)___________________________ 5

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

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

WINNING PERCENTAGE (at least 10 decisions) 1. John Neely (9-0/2011)____________________ 1.000 Jason Gooding (11-0/1997)________________ 1.000 3. Shane Wright (14-1/1998)___________________ .933 4. Kevin Tracey (9-1/1999)____________________ .900 5. Matt Miller (12-2/1996)_____________________ .857 6. Shane Wright (10-2/1997)___________________ .833 Steve Rowe (10-2/2002)____________________ .833_ 8. Brad Ralston (9-2/1999)____________________ .818 9. Brandon Roberson (13-3/2001)______________ .812 10. Ruben Garcia (8-2/1971)____________________ .800 11. Matt Miller (11-3/1995)_____________________ .785 Ryan Nye (11-3/1994)______________________ .785

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

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

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

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

152.2 147.1 146.0 137.1 127.2 126.0 120.2 118.1 116.1 116.0 116.0

ERA (at least 20.0 IP) 1. Ruben Garcia (1971)_______________________ 2. Randy Prince (1973)_______________________ 3. Jack Pierce (1969)_________________________ Steve Rowe (2002)________________________ 5. Kevin Kirk (1992)__________________________ 6. Pat Abbott (1967)_________________________ 7. Phil Stephenson (1967)_____________________ 8. David Callerman (1967)____________________ 9. Ruben Garcia (1973)_______________________ 10. Jack Pierce (1972)_________________________ John Neely (2011)________________________

0.74 1.12 1.51 1.51 1.61 1.65 2.00 2.03 2.11 2.18 2.82

ERA (since 1974, aluminum bats - 20 IP) 1. Steve Rowe (2002)________________________ 2. Kevin Kirk (1992)__________________________ 3. Ryan Nye (1994)__________________________ 4. Tanner McElroy (2005)_____________________ 5. Jimmy Frush (1994)________________________ 6. Brandon Roberson (1999)___________________ 7. J.J. Varney (1992)__________________________ 8. Pat Black (1989)___________________________ 9. Travis Gage (1992)_________________________ 10. Corey Gerstner (2004)______________________ John Neely (2011)________________________

1.51 1.61 2.25 2.28 2.39 2.45 2.48 2.57 2.61 2.64 2.82

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

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

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2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL CAREER PITCHING RECORD BOOK WATCH APPEARANCES 1. Steve Rowe (1999-02)________________________ 86_ 2. Brad Ralston (1996-99)_______________________ 85 3. Jimmy Frush (1994-97)_______________________ 82 4. Zach Stewart (1996-99)_______________________ 77 5. Brian Cloud (2006-09)________________________ 74 6. Jeff Peck (1994-97)__________________________ 66 7. Rodney Steph (1988-91)______________________ 65 8. Kurt Shipley (1987-90)_______________________ 61 9. Ben Flora (2009-11)_________________________ 59 Chad Bettis (2008-10)________________________ 59 11. Robbie Kilcrease (2008-2009, 11)______________ 57 AJ Ramos (2006-09)_________________________ 57

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

WINNING PERCENTAGE (at least 20 decisions) 1. Steve Rowe (1999-02)__________________ 21-3/.875 2. Shane Wright (1997-99)________________ 34-7/.829 3. Matt Miller (1994-96)__________________ 25-7/.781 4. Jeff Peck (1994-97)____________________ 19-6/.760 5. Travis Smith (1994-95)_________________ 18-6/.750 Travis Driskill (1991-93)_________________ 15-5/.750 7. Jimmy Frush (1994-97)_________________ 21-8/.724 8. B. Roberson (1999-01)_________________ 16-7/.695 9. John Macatee (1990-93)________________ 18-8/.692 Kevin Tracey (1999-00)_________________ 18-8/.692

WINS 1. Shane Wright (1997-99)______________________ 34_ 2. Matt Miller (1994-96)________________________ 25 3. Mark Brandenburg (1991-92)__________________ 21 Ruben Garcia (1970-72)______________________ 21 Jimmy Frush (1994-97)_______________________ 21 Rodney Steph (1988-91)______________________ 21 Steve Rowe (1999-02)________________________ 21 8. Monty Ward (1996-98)_______________________ 20 9. Jeff Peck (1994-97)__________________________ 19 10. John Macatee (1990-93)______________________ 18 Travis Smith (1994-95)_______________________ 18 Brad Ralston (1996-99)_______________________ 18 Kevin Tracey (1999-00)_______________________ 18

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

WINNING PERCENTAGE (at least 10 decisions) 1. Jason Gooding (1997)_________________11-0 /.1000 2. John Neely (2010-11)__________________10-1/.909 3. Steve Rowe (1999-02)__________________ 21-3/.875_ 4. Shane Wright (1997-99)________________ 34-7/.829 5. Kevin Hannah (1993-94)_________________ 9-2/.818 6. Ryan Nye (1994)______________________ 11-3/.786 Ryan Brewer (1995-96)_________________ 11-3/.786 C. Gerstner (2003-04)__________________ 11-3/.786 9. Matt Miller (1994-96)__________________ 25-7/.781 10. Travis Smith (1994-95)_________________ 18-6/.750 Travis Driskill (1991-93)_________________ 15-5/.750

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

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

368.2 335.0 292.1 271.0 270.2 254.0 239.2 236.0 235.1 231.1

ERA 1. David Callerman (1966-67)__________________ 2. Ruben Garcia (1970-73)____________________ 3. J.J. Varney (1992-93)_______________________ 4. Ryan Nye (1994)__________________________ 5. Mark Brandenburg (1991-92)________________ 6. Travis Gage (1991-93)______________________ 7. Travis Driskill (1991-93)_____________________ 8. Brandon Roberson (1999-01)________________ 9. John Neely (2010-11)______________________ 10. Doug House (1976-77)_____________________ Shane Wright (1997-99)____________________

1.57 2.06 2.23 2.25 3.02 3.13 3.37 3.40 3.41 3.42 3.42

ERA (since 1974, aluminum bats) 1. J.J. Varney (1992-93)_______________________ 2. Ryan Nye (1994)__________________________ 3. Mark Brandenburg (1991-92)________________ 4. Travis Gage (1991-93)______________________ 5. Shane Wright (1997-98)____________________ 6. Travis Driskill (1991-93)_____________________ 7. Brandon Roberson (1999-01)________________ 8. Doug House (1976-77)_____________________ Shane Wright (1997-99)____________________ 10. Kevin Kirk (1988-91)_______________________ John Neely (2010-11)______________________

2.23 2.25 3.02 3.13 3.16 3.37 3.40 3.42 3.42 3.47 3.78

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

GAMES STARTED 1. Shane Wright (1997-99)______________________ 47 2. Rodney Steph (1988-91)______________________ 44 AJ Ramos (2006-09)_________________________ 44 4. Monty Ward (1996-98)_______________________ 41 5. Steve Gooch (2002-04)_______________________ 39 6. Matt Miller (1994-96)________________________ 38 7. Ruben Garcia (1970-73)______________________ 37 John Macatee (1990-93)______________________ 37 9. Mark Brandenburg (1991-92)__________________ 36 10. Jeff Peck (1994-97)__________________________ 33 LOSSES 1. Rodney Steph (1988-91)______________________ 21 2. AJ Ramos (2006-09)_________________________ 16 3. Kevin Kirk (1988-91)_________________________ 13 Nathan Fouts (2002-03)______________________ 13 5. Mike Beiras (1987-88)________________________ 12 6. Mark Brandenburg (1991-92)__________________ 11 Clay Hollock (1984-86)_______________________ 11 8. Several with________________________________ 10

SAVES 1. Chad Bettis (2008-10)________________________ 17 2. Brad Ralston (1996-99)_______________________ 14 3. Brandon Roberson (1999-01)__________________ 10 Steve Rowe (1999-02)________________________ 10 5. John Neely (2010-11)_________________________ 8 Tom Black (1976-77)__________________________ 8 Blake McGinley (2000-01)______________________ 8 Jimmy Frush (1994-97)________________________ 8 9. Mark Johnston (1976-79)______________________ 7 Kevin Tracey (1999-00)________________________ 7 11. Travis Gage (1991-93)_________________________ 6 Jeff Karstens (2003)___________________________ 6

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2011 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL 2011 NUMERICAL ROSTER

2011 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

NO.

NAME

POS

HT

WT

B/T

CL/EXP

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/PREVIOUS SCHOOL

2

Jamodrick McGruder

INF/OF

5-7

155

L/R

So./1L

3

Scott LeJeune

OF

6-0

190

L/L

Jr./2L

Austin, Texas/McNeil

4

Kelby Tomlinson

INF

6-3

175

R/R

Jr./TR

Elgin, Okla./Elgin/Seward County CC

5

Bo Altobelli

C/INF

6-1

190

R/R

So./1L

6

Reid Redman

INF

6-0

180

R/R

7

Nick Popescu

INF

5-10

185

S/R

8

Barrett Barnes

OF

6-1

195

9

Kevin Whitehead

C

6-2

10

David Paiz

11

NO

NAME

5

Bo Altobelli

C/INF

25

Cory Bafidis

LHP

8

Barrett Barnes

OF

Plano, Texas/Plano

45

Taylor Christian

RHP

Jr./TR

Midland, Texas/Midland Christian/Midland JC

30

Aaron Corwin

RHP

Sr./1L

Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound/Howard JC

35

Daniel Coulombe

LHP

R/R

So./1L

Sugarland, Texas/Fort Bend Austin

29

Scott Erzinger

LHP

205

L/R

Jr./2L

Tacoma, Wash./Franklin Pierce

28

Ben Flora

LHP

UTL/RHP 6-3

180

R/R

Fr./HS

Austin, Texas/Anderson

21

Zach Fowler

LHP

Nick Hanslik

OF

6-2

225

R/R

RS So./1L

Wolfforth, Texas/Frenship

12

Stephen Hagen

INF

12

Stephen Hagen

INF

6-2

210

R/R

RS Jr./1L

Lakebay, Wash./Peninsula/Eastern Oklahoma State

11

Nick Hanslik

15

Duke von Schamann

RHP/INF 6-4

225

R/R

RS Fr./RS

Edmond, Okla./Edmond Santa Fe

RS

Travis Hoffmeister

LHP

16

Trey Masek

RHP

6-0

175

R/R

Fr./HS

Giddings, Texas/Giddings

41

Hayden Holub

RHP

17

Jordan Lopez

OF

6-0

195

R/R

Fr./HS

Edmond, Okla./Edmond Santa Fe

48

Zach Johnson

RHP

18

Mason Randolph

C

6-1

165

S/R

Fr./HS

Lubbock, Texas/Lubbock Coronado

20

Trey Kensing

20

Trey Kensing

C

6-0

190

R/R

Fr./HS

Arlington, Texas/Martin

40

Robbie Kilcrease

21

Zach Fowler

LHP

6-3

195

L/L

RS Jr./TR

Texarkana, Texas/Liberty-Eylau/Texarkana College

3

Scott LeJeune

25

Cory Bafidis

LHP

5-11

180

L/L

So./TR

Smithson Valley, Texas/Smithson Valley/Midland JC

17

Jordan Lopez

26

Jerad McCrummen

RHP

6-1

195

R/R

So./TR

Mesquite, Texas/N. Mesquite/Western Texas College

16

Trey Masek

28

Ben Flora

LHP

5-11

175

L/L

Jr./2L

Plano, Texas/Plano West

26

Jerad McCrummen

29

Scott Erzinger

LHP

6-3

225

L/L

RS So./1L

2

Jamodrick McGruder

30

Aaron Corwin

RHP

5-11

165

R/R

So./TR

35

Daniel Coulombe

LHP

5-11

180

L/L

Jr./TR

36

Andre Wheeler

OF/LHP

6-0

175

L/L

39

Jamen Parten

RHP

6-2

180

R/R

40

Robbie Kilcrease

LHP

6-0

190

L/L

RS Jr./2L

41

Hayden Holub

RHP

5-11

195

R/R

Jr./TR

Seymour, Texas/Seymour/Seward County CC

42

John Neely

RHP

6-2

170

R/R

Jr./1L

45

Taylor Christian

RHP

6-5

195

R/R

RS So./TR

48

Zach Johnson

RHP

6-4

190

R/R

Fr./HS

50

Brennan Stewart

RHP

6-0

180

R/R

RS Jr./2L

Travis Hoffmeister

LHP

6-3

195

L/L

Rusty Shellhorn

LHP

5-10

195

L/L

Mesquite, Texas/Lubbock Coronado

Houston, Texas/Lamar

POS

OF

C LHP OF OF RHP RHP INF/OF

Corvallis, Ore./Corvallis/Feather River College

42

John Neely

Scottsdale, Ariz./Chaparral/South Mountain CC

10

David Paiz

Fr./HS

Austin, Texas/Anderson

39

Jamen Parten

RHP

So./TR

Plano, Texas/Plano/North Central Texas College

7

Nick Popescu

INF

18

Mason Randolph

6

Reid Redman

Sugarland, Texas/Clements/North Central Texas College

RS

Rusty Shellhorn

LHP

Southlake, Texas/Liberty Christian/Weatherford JC

50

Brennan Stewart

RHP

Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock

Champaign, Ill./Saint Thomas More

RHP UTL/RHP

C INF

4

Kelby Tomlinson

Round Rock, Texas/McNeil

15

Duke von Schamann

RHP/INF

INF

Fr./HS

Burnet, Texas/Burnet

36

Andre Wheeler

OF/LHP

Jr./TR

Spokane, Wash./Central Valley/Washington State

9

Kevin Whitehead

C

COACHING STAFF 13

Dan Spencer (Head Coach) - 3rd Season

1

Trent Petrie (Assistant Coach) - 4th Season

34

Jim Horner (Assistant Coach) - 1st Season

33

Andy Jarvis (Volunteer Coach) - 4th Season

19

Jimmy Webster (Director of Operations) - 1st Season

Shawn Lindsey (Athletic Trainer) - 5th Season

Shishir Bhakta (Equipment Manager) - 11th Season

EXPERIENCE BREAKDOWN Seniors________________________________________1 - Popescu Juniors______________ 14 - Coulombe, Flora, Fowler, Hagen, Holub, Kilcrease, LeJeune, Neely, Redman, Shellhorn, Stewart, Tomlinson, Whitehead, Williams Sophomores_____________ 10 - Altobelli, Bafidis, Barnes, Christian, Corwin, Erzinger, Hanslik, McCrummen, McGruder, Parten Freshmen_________ 9 - Hoffmeister, Johnson, Kensing, Lopez, Paiz, Masek, Randolph, von Schamann, Wheeler STATE BREAKDOWN Texas_______ 25 - Altobelli, Bafidis, Barnes, Christian, Erzinger, Flora Fowler, Hanslik, Hoffmeister, Holub, Kensing, Kilcrease, LeJeune, Masek, McCrummen, McGruder, Neely, Paiz, Parten, Popescu, Randolph, Redman, Stewart, Wheeler, Williams Oklahoma_________________ 3 - Lopez, Tomlinson, von Schamann Washington__________________ 3 - Hagen, Shellhorn, Whitehead Arizona______________________________________ 1 - Coulombe Illinois_________________________________________1 - Johnson Oregon_________________________________________1 - Corwin

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 5

Bo ALTOBELLI

ALT-a-belly

25

Cory BAFIDIS

Buh-fee-Dees

35

Daniel COULOMBE

COOL-um

41

Hayden HOLUB

Hall-ub

3

Scott LeJEUNE

Leh-june

16

Trey MASEK

MAH-sick

26

Jerad McCRUMMEN

Mc-Cruh-men

42

John NEELY

Knee-LEE

10

David PAIZ

Pie-az

1

Trent PETRIE

Pee-tree

7

Nick POPESCU

Pah-pes-Q

15

Duke VON SCHAMANN

von-SHAW-man

POSITION BREAKDOWN (secondary position) Pitchers_______________ 18 - Bafidis, Christian, Corwin, Coulombe, Erzinger, Flora, Fowler, Hoffmeister, Holub, Johnson, Kilcrease, Masek, McCrummen, Neely, Parten, Shellhorn, Stewart, von Schamann (INF) Catchers________ 4 - Altobelli (INF), Kensing, Randolph, Whitehead Infielders___________ 6 - Hagen, McGruder (OF), Popescu, Redman, Tomlinson, Williams Outfielders_____ 5 - Barnes, Hanslik, LeJeune, Lopez, Wheeler (LHP) Utility________________________________________ 1 - Paiz (RHP)

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RED RAIDER BASEBALL GAME NOTES ● Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ● May 20-22, 2011

BB 2011 Game Notes - vs. Oklahoma State  

BB 2011 Game Notes - vs. Oklahoma State