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Chad Nack
Chad Nack


Sanger, Texas

High School:
Liberty Christian School

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 200





BSB: Mavericks open up fall practice

UTA returns 15 letterwinners from 2014 team that made it to the SBC Tournament Championship game.


BSB: Mavericks turned it around in 2014

UT Arlington finished 33-26 after winning 17 of their final 20 games and reached the SBC championship.


BSB: Mavs rally, face Lousiana for SBC title

UT Arlington defeated Arkansas State 8-7 in Saturday's semifinal round to advance.


BSB: Thompson, Shortall lead Mavs past Troy

UT Arlington (32-25) faces Friday's Troy-Arkansas State winner Saturday at 12:30 p.m.


BSB: Mavs sweep WKU to move into third in SBC

UTA improved to 27-25 overall and 16-11 in the Sun Belt, clinching a winning record in league play.


  • 26 relief appearances with a 1.26 ERA
  • Allowed zero runs and zero walks in three innings pitched in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament
  • Led team in saves(4)
  • Season highs: 4.0 innings pitched (April 20 vs UL Lafayette), 3 strikeouts ( May 2 at UALR), 67 pitches (April 20 vs UL Lafayette)


  • Was 5-4 in 25 appearances with a 7.00 ERA
  • Went 0-2 in 3 starts
  • Recorded a season-best 5 strikeouts against LA Tech in his first appearance of the season on Feb. 15
  • Gave up 2 runs or fewer in 20 of his 25 appearances
  • Led the team in saves (3), appearances in relief (22), appearances (25), games finished (11) and was third on the team with 5 wins
  • Season highs: 4 innings pitched (2X), 5 strikeouts (2/15/12 vs. LA Tech), 90 pitches (3/12/13 at UALR)


  • Went 2-3 overall in 22 appearances out of the bullpen
  • Had a 3.91 ERA with 23 strikeouts in just 25.1 innings pitched
  • Ranked second on the squad with four saves and held batters to a .237 batting average
  • Registered the save against Texas on Feb. 21 needing just six pitches to record the final two outs
  • Fanned a season-high three in a three-inning victory over UTSA on Apr. 15
  • Allowed just six runs in the last 17 appearances that included the regular season and Southland Conference tournament.

High School

  • Was a three-time all-state and four-year all-district performer at Liberty Christian
  • Named TAPPS 5A All-State Co-MVP as a senior
  • First-Team All-State TAPPS 5A in 2011
  • Earned TAPPS 4A All-State mention as a junior (first team) and sophomore (second team)
  • Was TAPPS 4A Co-Defensive Player of the Year in 2009 for the state championship team
  • Named league's Offensive Player of the Year in 2011 after batting .423 with 13 home runs and 49 RBIs
  • Hit .464 with seven homers as a junior
  • Also went 14-2 with a 1.29 ERA in 2010
  • Fanned 129 in 86 2/3 innings of work
  • Led his team to the state semifinals in 2011


  • Is the son of Lisa and Steve Nack
  • Born in Sanger, Texas
  • Business major


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