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28  Nathan Fouts
Nathan Fouts


Las Vegas, Nev.

High School:
Bishop Gorman High School

Last College:
Community College Of Southern Nevada

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 203





Finished the 2002 season with an overall record of 8-7 with an ERA of 4.62...started all 19 games in which he played and was the only pitcher to not make a single relief appearance during the season...he allowed 91 hits and 52 earned runs while striking out 76 batters in 101 1/3 innings of work...2002 RECAP...Had the best outting of any of Tech?s three starting pitchers in the BYU series as he picked up his first win of the year by tossing 6.0 innings with four hits, one earned run and four strikeouts...lasted three innings against New Mexico in his second start of the season - gave up three earned runs in 3.0 innings pitched...lasted just 2.0 innings in his third start of the year against Rice - .gave up four walks and two earned runs against the Owls...had his most impressive outing of the year to date against Southwest Texas (Feb. 17) as he had a no-hitter going into the seventh inning and picked up his second win of the season...earned his third win of the year against Seton Hall as he pitched seven innings without giving up a run and gave up just three hits while striking out seven and walking one...picked up his fourth win of the season against TCU on March 5...picked up win No. 5 of the season against Texas after throwing 5 1/3 innings allowing five walks and four hits...suffered his second loss of the season against Oklahoma State on March 17 allowing six earned runs on six hits in six innings of work...pitched a season-high eight innings against Missouri on March 31 but suffered the loss after giving up four earned runs on six hits...had one of his best outings of the season against Kansas on April 14 as he retired 11 of the 13 batters he faced in over three innings of work but was forced to leave the game after taking a line drive to the ankle in the fourth inning...pitched his first career shutout and also fanned a career and team season-high 11 batters in a 5-1 win over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on April 20...picked up his second straight win after pitching seven innings with six hits and four earned his eighth win of the year against Baylor on May 18 as he pitched six innings allowing just one earned run on five hits...pitched seven solid innings against Washington in the NCAA Tournament allowing three runs on three hits.

Played under coaches Tim Chambers and Glenn Evans?.played with current Red Raiders Eric Kitchen and Jon Slack?went 20-2 in his two season at CCSN and compiled 195 strikeouts?.was a first-team all-conference pick and a First-Team All-America selection

Played baseball at Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas?.graduated in May of 1999?piled up an impressive 40-3 record and was a four-year starter?lwas named First-Team All-City and First-Team All-State

Born to parents Chris and Karen Fouts in Kokomo, Indiana on August 29, 1980?father Chris is a regional manager for a local company and a graduate of Ball State University?mother Karen is a dental hygienist and is also a graduate of Ball State?has two siblings?Copper (19) and Missy (17)?his hobbies include playing baseball and going fishing.

I chose Texas Tech because: The fans
Favorite Food: Brisket
Favorite Movie: Top Gun
Favorite Actor: Mel Gibson
Favorite Actress: Julia Roberts
Favorite Restaurant: P.F. Changs
Favorite Athlete: Roger Clemens
My Role Model Is: My Parents
My Favorite Book Is: Nolan Ryan?s Pitching Bible
My Ideal Vacation Would Be A Trip To: A cruise to the Carribean
If I could Play Another Sport At Texas Tech It Would Be: Basketball

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