2005 – played in 28 games, starting 12… hit .357 (15-of-42) on the year… 14-of-15 hits were singles… hitting .429 against righthanded pitching…started nine Big Ten games, hitting .273… went 5-for-6 with two RBIs in Wisconsin-Milwaukee doubleheader (May 4)… went 2-of-2 with an RBI against Rider (Mar. 14).
2004 – started 32-of-36 games played… played 30 games at third base, four games at first base and three as a designated hitter… went 3-for-5 with a pair of doubles and an RBI against Michigan (Apr. 9)… didn[apos]t make an error in the final 21 games of the season… went 4-of-4 with a sacrifice bunt against Minnesota (May 9)… hit .260 in Big Ten play… five of his eight RBIs came in conference games… hit .353 against lefthanded pitching… reached base 13-of-26 times he led off an inning.
2003 – started 41-of-43 games played… opened the season with a two-for-three performance at Wichita State… knocked in first career RBI in Iowa[apos]s 13-1 win over Southern Illinois… recorded eight multi-hit games… hit .200 in conference play with three doubles and seven RBI… finished the season on a career-high six-game hitting streak… batted .318 (7-22) at the Florida All-Star Jamboree… hit five-for-11 in Iowa[apos]s four game split with Minnesota.
2002 – started 12-of-17 games played… tallied seven hits in 36 at-bats… hit .300 in Big Ten play (3-10)… recorded four walks and two stolen bases… went 2-for-3 in the second game of a doubleheader against Ohio State… hit 2-for-2 with a walk against SW Missouri State.
High School – named team MVP while batting .382 with eight homeruns during senior season… second team all-state as a senior… holds school record for highest on base percentage (.702) in one season… holds single season record for being hit by a pitch 21 times.
Personal – born 10/8/82… open major.