|1 Tim Proudfoot
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CAREER-HIGHS (entering 2013 season):
Games Played (Season): 54 (2012)
Games Started (Season): 54 (2012)
At-Bats: 6 3x, at Texas A&M (5/6/12)*
Runs: 4, vs. Alabama A&M (3/14/12)
Hits: 4, vs. Alabama A&M (3/14/12)
RBI: 6, vs. Alabama A&M (3/14/12)
Doubles: 2, vs. Houston (3/4/12)
Triples: 1 5x, vs. Missouri (4/29/12)*
Home Runs: 1 2x, vs. Texas (4/7/12)*
Walks: 2, vs. Northern Illinois (2/25/12)
Strikeouts: 3 5x, at Texas A&M (5/5/12)*
Stolen Bases: 2, vs. Alabama A&M (3/13/12)
Hit Streak: 7 games 2x (3/23-4/1/12)
* Indicates most recent high
- Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Preseason "Top Player to Watch" in Big 12 Conference.
- Academic All-Big 12 Second Team.
- Has started in 107 career games (103 at shortstop).
- Started at SS in 103 career games, most by active Red Raider at any defensive position.
- CAREER: Fielding .957 in 107 games with 135 putouts, 357 assists and 22 errors.
- BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP: led team batting .400 (4-for-10) and with 5 RBI.
- HOME GAMES: Made only 3 errors in 138 chances (106 assists) with a .978 fielding %.
- Ranks 6th in Texas Tech Big 12 games only career history with 157 assists.
- Ranks 7th in Texas Tech single-season history with 188 assists in 2013.
- Tied for team lead with 4 game-winning RBI (Poteete).
- Tied a school-record 5 RBI in the Big 12 Championship vs. Baylor (5/25).
- Batted .316 (18-for-57) with runners in scoring position.
- Has recorded 15 career multi-hit games.
- BAYLOR GAMES (4 GAMES): batted .412 (7-for-17), 2 runs, 2B, 3B, 9 RBI, 1.000 FLD%.
- Had a 7-game hit streak (tying a career-high) from April 26-May 5.
- Reached base safely in a career-best 14 consecutive games in 2013.
- Matched a career-high 6 RBI vs. Kansas - most by a Red Raider in a game this year.
- Hit 2nd career grand slam in Kansas series finale to enforce the 10-run rule in 8th inn.
- 1-of-3 Red Raiders with 2 career grand slams during last 7 years (2nd fastest to reach 2).
- 2nd HR of the season came during his 15th at-bat... Hit 2 HR as a freshman in 207 at-bats.
- Big 12 Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll (Fall 2012, Spring 2013 - Dean's List).
All-Big 12 Freshman Team (Coaches)... Brooks Wallace Award Watch List (Nation's Top Shortstop Award)... was one of just four freshmen in the nation named to the Brooks Wallace Award Watch List... Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic All-Tournament Team (SS)... Red Raider Classic Most Outstanding Player... Red Raider Classic All-Tournament Team (SS)... played in and started 54 games while starting at shortstop in all 54 games... became the first freshman in school history to start in 50 or more games at shortstop... batted two-hole 28 times, nine-hole 18 times, seven-hole six times and eight-hole twice... batted .237 (49-for-207) with 33 runs, 14 doubles, five triples, two home runs, 29 RBI, 79 total bases, 15 walks, five hit-by-pitch, 4-of-5 stolen bases, .382 slugging percentage, .300 on-base percentage and fielded .957 (78 putouts, 169 assists, 11 errors)... set a school record for most assists by a freshman (169) while ranking 11th all-time in Tech history for a single-season... BIG 12 CONFERENCE RANKINGS: fifth in triples (5)... five triples are the most by a Tech freshman in a season in over 11 years... led all Big 12 freshmen with 21 extra-base hits (14 2B, 5 3B, 2 HR)... 11 sacrifice bunts led the team and are the most by a Tech freshman in over 11 years... 169 assists set a school record by a freshman... his assist total were four shy of joining the Tech top-10 all-time for assists in a single-season... in 19 games (19 starts) AGAINST NATIONALLY-RANKED OPPONENTS batted .187 (14-for-75) with three doubles, two triples, one home run, six RBI, four walks, .320 slugging percentage, .247 on-base percentage and fielded .968 (29 putouts, 62 assists, 3 errors)... DURING BIG 12 CONFERENCE PLAY... in 24 games (24 starts) batted .202 (19-for-94) with four runs, six doubles, one triple, one home run, seven RBI, three walks, .319 slugging percentage, .232 on-base percentage and fielded .957 (44 putouts, 66 assists, 5 errors)... in 32 HOME GAMES batted .274 (32-for-117) with 23 runs, seven doubles, four triples, two home runs, 23 RBI, 12 walks, four hit-by-pitch, 4-of-5 stolen bases, .453 slugging percentage, .353 on-base percentage and fielded .952 (44 putouts, 114 assists, 8 errors)... in 22 ROAD/NEUTRAL SITE GAMES batted .189 (17-for-90) with 10 runs, seven doubles, one triple, six RBI, three walks, .289 slugging percentage, .223 on-base percentage and fielded .967 (34 putouts, 55 assists, 3 errors)... SITUATIONAL: batted .257 (27-for-105) with runners on base... batted .216 (22-for-102) with the bases empty... batted .143 (1-for-7) with the bases loaded... batted .250 (16-for-64) with runners in scoring position... batted .222 (14-for-63) with two outs... recorded 13 two-out RBI... MISCELLANEOUS: tallied five go-ahead RBI... posted six infield base hits... notched three bunt base hits... second on the team with five game-winning RBI... recorded 10 multi-hit games, including one four-hit performance... tallied five multiple RBI games, including one six-RBI contest... HIT STREAK: had a pair of season-best seven-game hit streaks, his first coming on Opening Day (2/17) through Feb. 26 while batting .409 (9-for-22) with seven runs, two triples, seven RBI, five walks, two multi-hit games and posted a .591 slugging percentage and a .519 on-base percentage... REACHING BASE SAFELY: reached base safely in a season-high eight consecutive games... SEASON HIGHLIGHTS... made career debut as the starting shortstop on Opening Day against No. 31 Missouri State (2/17), which made him the first Tech freshman to start at shortstop since February 18, 2007 (Chris Hall)... the last time Tech had a freshman starting at shortstop was in 1988 (Matt Martin - 32 starts)... went 1-for-3 in career debut with his first career hit (triple) driving in two runs during the 4-1 victory... notched first career multi-hit game going 2-for-4 with two RBI against Tennessee Tech (2/18)... marked the fourth consecutive season a Tech freshman had multiple RBI on Opening Day (Paiz in 2011, Barnes in 2010, Whitehead in 2009)... opened the season with three consecutive games with multiple RBI... earned Red Raider Classic Most Outstanding Player honor while batting .429 (6-for-14) with three runs, two triples and six RBI while leading all players in the weekend classic with 17 assists... started the season with a seven-game hit streak (2/17-26)... tallied his fourth triple in his 13th career game making him the fastest Red Raider to reach four triples over the last 11 years (previous mark 4 triples in 32 games - Jose Delgado in 2004) had a career-game going 4-for-6 with four runs, a double, grand slam and six RBI against Alabama A&M (3/14)... went 10 consecutive games without an error (3/2-17)... committed just one error during a 15-game stretch (2/19-3/17)... had a seven-game hit streak during the Oklahoma series (3/23-25), New Mexico State (3/27) midweek game and Kansas series (3/30-4/1)... committed only two errors during the final 20 games of the season (4/14-5/19)... member of the 2012 Big 12 Commissioner's Spring Academic Honor Roll.
A four-year varsity letterwinner at Mount Si High School for head coach Elliott Cribby... batted .360 with three doubles, one triple, nine home runs, 21 RBI and nine stolen bases as a senior... season was highlighted by leading team to 3A Washington State championship with a 22-3 overall record... first team All-Kingco... first team All-State... 3A Washington State Tournament Most Valuable Player... Washington Gold Glove Infield... WIAA State Player of the Week... Snoqualmie Valley Player of the Month (June 2011)... senior season also highlighted by hitting three home runs in a game and with two walk-off home runs... as a junior batted .350 with eight doubles, three home runs, 22 RBI and 10 stolen bases... 2010 second team All-Kingco... as a sophomore batted .426 with one double, one home run, 20 RBI and seven stolen bases... 2009 second team All-Kingco... as a freshman batted .274 with four doubles and five stolen bases... honorable mention All-Kingco... a four-time Gold Glove Award winner.
Timothy Benjamin Proudfoot... born March 23, 1993, in Bellevue, Wash... son of Dean and Jody Proudfoot... has six siblings, including older brothers Brandon, Jordan and Nicholas, older sister Bethany and younger sisters Alyssa and Katrina... brother, Brandon, is a professional golfer... an undeclared major at Texas Tech.