|13 Dalton Brown
- Made 11 appearances - 10 relief appearances
- Earned first career save pitching 1.1 scoreless innings vs. New Mexico State (4/23).
- Became the 4th Tech freshman to earn a save this season.
- Recorded a season-high 5.2 IP, and a season-high 6 SO at K-State (4/6).
- First career start at New Mexico State (3/25): 1.1 IP, 3 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 2 SO
- 51 pitches.
- Made 3 scoreless appearances.
- Pitched multiple relief innings twice.
- Struck out multiple batters on 3 occasions.
- Allowed 1 base hit or fewer in 6 of final 7 outings of the season.
- Transferred to Tech this spring after attending Arizona in the fall.
A four-year varsity letterwinner at Ponder High School for head coach Mark Low... as a senior named District 9-2A Most Valuable Player and first team all-district... a four-time all-district selection... a three-time all-state selection... earned first team all-state as both a sophomore and senior... Perfect Game Rawlings High School Second Team All-America... Perfect Game High School First Team All-America - Texas... Perfect Game No. 56 Major League Baseball Draft Prospect (Texas)... Perfect Game No. 93 Major League Baseball Draft Prospect (National)... played for the Texas Rangers Area Code Team in 2011... also lettered three years in basketball (center), three years in football (quarterback and linebacker) and one year in cross country... helped basketball team to a state championship in 2010... was a member of the 2009 football team - the first ever varsity football team in school history... received 36 NCAA Division I offers out of high school... became the first student-athlete from Ponder High School to sign a NCAA Division I letter of intent with a major college program while signing out of high school with Arizona... attended Arizona during his freshman fall semester (2012).
Kenneth Dalton Brown... born September 15, 1993, in Denton, Texas... son of Dale and Julie Brown... mother, Julie, played basketball at Navarro College and was also a junior Olympic track and field athlete... father, Dale, participated in rodeo at Navarro College... a sports and exercise science major at Texas Tech.