2002: .243-1-20?saw the bulk of the duties behind the plate in 2002, starting 46 games behind the dish?hit .279 in SLC games?he had three hits at Oklahoma April 17?opponents were 47-for-67 on stolen base attempts vs. Bozarth?7-for-12 during one four-game stretch that included the OU game April 17 and the Lamar series?hit lone home run in series finale at La.-Monroe.
Prior To UTA: Transferred to UTA after playing at Wichita State?redshirted last season after appearing in just three games, all as a defensive replacement ?did not bat in 2001?started 51 of 56 games at Wichita State as a sophomore?.232-0-22 in 2000?went 2-for-4 with three RBI against Friends University?was 2-for-3 with two RBI against Indiana State in the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament May 19?threw out five-of-nine baserunners during the MVC Tournament?went 2-for-5 with two RBI against Butler at the Minnesota Regional?had 10 multi-hit games and seven multi-RBI games?as a freshman in 1999, appeared in 20 games, 10 as a starter?scored 11 runs while batting .125?collected first collegiate hit as a pinch hitter vs. Miami (Ohio)?scored three runs vs. Howard?also an excellent student who appeared on WSU?s honor roll in five of the six semesters he attended the university?played for 2000 Liberal BeeJays squad coached by current UTA associate head coach Darin Thomas that won the National Baseball Congress national championship?was an all-state catcher in 1998 at Westmoore High School in Oklahoma City, Okla.?started for two years behind the plate and was also a two-year starter as a defensive tackle on the gridiron at WHS.
Personal: Son of Pam and Tony Bozarth?born Sept. 17, 1979?a criminal justice major at UTA.
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