Was on the post-season roster, but did not make an appearance.
Batted .220 with eight RBI and played in 38 games making 17 starts at second base and four at shortstop... tied for the team lead with 17 appearances as a reserve (Blake Holt)... tallied 20 base hits, 14 runs, two doubles, a triple and a stolen base... recorded five multi-hit games, including two three-hit performances... posted a three-game hit streak going 4-for-12 (.333) in a doubleheader against Louisiana Tech and against Alabama (2/26-28)... made NCAA Division I debut going 1-for-4 against Arkansas-Little Rock (2/22)... recorded first career multi-hit game going 2-for-4 with an RBI against Louisiana Tech (2/26)... collected career highs in at-bats (7), runs scored (3), RBI (2) and triples (1) going 3-for-7 against McNeese State (3/7)... seven at-bats against McNeese was a UT Arlington individual game high... equaled a career-best three hits going 3-for-4 with a run, RBI and double against Baylor (4/9)... went 2-for-3 with a double against Baylor at Clay Gould Ballpark (4/29).
Cisco Junior College
Transferred to UT Arlington after hitting .401 at Cisco Junior College as a sophomore...collected 76 hits, scored 41 runs and drove in 46...finished 2007 season with .459 on-base percentage. Landed on the Dean's Academic list.
A four-sport athlete at Godley High School, competing in track, cross country, baseball and basketball...First-Team Class 2A All-State in baseball and basketball... graduated fourth in his senior class.
Son of Jeffrey and Sue McPherson... born Sept. 7, 1986... a real estate major at UT Arlington.