16 Former Mavericks Played Affiliated Pro Baseball in 2016
The 2014 MLB Draft saw six Maverick players selected, including three in the first 10 rounds.
Only 12 programs in the country have more current Big Leaguers than UT Arlington.
First pitch of the series vs. ULM is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Friday.
UTA continues the homestand on Friday to begin a three-game series vs. UL Monroe.
2005 Honorable Mention All-SLC pitcher
NCAA Tournament: Did not make an appearance...was the scheduled starter in the third game.
SLC Tournament: Made two starts during the tournament...took the loss in the tournament opener after giving up four earned runs in 3.1 innings...came back on the final day of the tournament against Lamar...got a no-decision after giving up two earned runs over two innings.
2006: 6-9, 5.35 ERA, one save...leads the Mavs with 17 starts and 106 innings...made two appearances out of the bullpen...tied for seventh on the UTA single-season innings-pitched list with John Henrickson...ranks second on the team with 67 strikeouts...got the start on opening day and picked up the victory after giving up one run over five innings...struck out a then-career-best eight in a start against Dallas Baptist...allowed one run in a seven-inning complete-game victory over Northwestern State in the SLC opening series...pitched three hitless innings in a predetermined three-inning start at Oklahoma State...tossed a complete-game six-hit shutout in a victory over Stephen F. Austin...tossed a seven-inning complete-game victory over McNeese State...picked up his first save of the season by pitching three innings in the series finale against Sam Houston State...earned the victory over Texas State in the series opener, clinching a tournament berth for the Mavs...struck out a career-best 11 in a nine-inning no decision against Dallas Baptist.
Summer 2005: Played for the Brainerd Blue Thunder of the Northwoods League... went 3-7 with a 4.34 ERA in 19 appearances, making nine starts and tossing one complete game...was fourth on the team with 64.1 innings pitched...struck out 42.
SLC Tournament: Got the start in the third game of the tournament against Lamar...took the loss after allowing four runs on seven hits in 5.2 innings of work.
2005: 5-8, 5.58 ERA...led the team with 23 appearances...made nine appearances with one complete game...made his first collegiate start in the home opener against Dallas Baptist . . . allowed two runs on four hits in six innings in a no-decision...earned his first collegiate victory against Texas-A&M-Corpus Christi on March 15...struck out a career-best five in the six innings of work in the victory...picked up the only save of his career by pitching three shutout innings, allowing no hits with three punchouts...followed that up the next afternoon by pitching five shutout innings to earn the victory in the longest game in the history of Mavericks baseball...named the SLC Pitcher of the Week for his efforts against SHSU...tossed a complete-game four-hit shutout against then-No. 12 Baylor...allowed just one single each in the first, fourth, sixth and ninth innings...allowed only six base runners and did not allow a runner past second base...earned his second SLC Pitcher of the Week honor...also named to the College Baseball Foundation National Honor Roll...tossed five innings to earn the victory against Nicholls State...allowed two runs over six innings in a tough-luck loss to Southeastern Louisiana.
Prior to UTA: Helped lead Cleburne High School to a 33-7 record and a spot in the state semifinals...allowed one earned run and struck out five in three innings against Denton Ryan in the state semifinals...went 12-3 on the mound and hit .443 with six home runs and 46 RBIs...earned first team all-state and all-district honors as a senior...was named team MVP as a senior...threw a no-hitter in his first start of the 2004 season against Granbury, coming within one out of a perfect game...tossed a second no-hitter against Waco University...hit .317 as a designated hitter his junior season...named MVP of his all-county team...also a member of the golf team.
Personal: Son of Kelly and Kevin Gee...born April 26, 1986...an interdisciplinary studies major at UTA.
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