RICHARDSON, Texas –– The University of Texas at Dallas senior third baseman Cody Ross and Sul Ross State University junior shortstop Javier Arrieta earned player of the year honors, while University of Texas at Tyler senior right-hander Brett Holland, Hardin-Simmons University senior right-hander Kyle Barton and Concordia Texas University junior right-hander Michael Johnson earned pitcher of the year accolades to highlight the 2009 American Southwest Conference baseball awards, following a division-only vote by head coaches, the conference office announced on Wednesday (May 6). Continue reading →
Texas-Dallas senior second baseman Chris Biguenet (Plano,TX / Plano Senior HS) homered in four straight games – all wins – and drove in a combined 10 runs against Texas Wesleyan and East Division opponent LeTourneau. Biguenet, who batted 8-for-18 on the week and scored five times, drove in at least two runs in each game. Continue reading →
On a cloudless afternoon in Georgetown, Southwestern University out hit Howard Payne University but could not capture the win, falling 8-5.
HPU posted one run in the top of the first and SU matched it on a single by junior right-fielder John Wooten down the left-field line that drove in junior center-fielder Todd Boone. The Pirates scored again in the second inning after Boone’s RBI single drove in freshman leftfielder Cray Betts to take the lead 2-1. Continue reading →
RICHARDSON, Texas –– McMurry University and the University of Texas at Tyler have been predicted to win 2009 American Southwest Conference baseball division titles, it was announced by the ASC office on Tuesday (Jan. 27) after a vote of each division’s head coaches, sports information directors and media members. The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor’s Joseph Villegas, Concordia University Texas’ Tom Williams, Hardin-Simmons University’s Kyle Barton, the University of the Ozarks’ Cory Briggs and Bruce Cameron, and UT Tyler’s Blake Booher all earned preseason individual honors. Continue reading →
Heading into the season’s final two weeks, the Brazos Valley Bombers bolstered their lineup with the additions of three players. Freddy Carmona, Danny Hernandez and Taylor Zambreski will look to provide the Bombers with talent and depth as they prepare to make a deep run in the TCL playoffs.
After transferring from Ranger College to Eastern New Mexico, Carmona quickly proved why he is such a highly touted player. Playing catcher and shortstop for the Greyhounds, Carmona put together a career season, leading the team in nearly every offensive category. The switch-hitter’s .397 batting average, eight home runs and 47 RBI were nothing short of spectacular, but his defensive ability will be vital as the Bombers enter the TCL Playoffs. Serving as the starting catcher, he threw out 17 of 36 potential base stealers and only committed five errors.