UTA took down Texas in extra innings at Globe Life Park in front of a UTA record 4,123 fans.
The 2015 campaign for UTA was one filled with excitement as the Mavs took down three ranked opponents.
The Mavericks will return to action on Friday in an elimination game against Louisiana.
Levi Scott and Travis Sibley were named to the All-SBC Baseball second team on Tuesday night.
UT Arlington secured its spot in the 2015 SBC Championship with its win over Texas State.
- Started 38 of 43 games played
- Recorded a .345 batting average in conference play, with .471 slg and .424 obp
- Ended the season with 33 runs, three homeruns and 20 walks
- Season highs: 3 runs (April 26 at Troy), 4 hits (April 12 at Georgia State), 7 assists (March 29 at South Alabama)
- Batted .250 in 4 games played and 3 started
- Posted a .333 on-base percentage and a .250 slugging percentage
- Went 1-for-3 at UTSA on March 23 with 1 run scored
- Recorded 16 putouts and 2 assists for a 1.000 fielding percentage
- JC All-Star Catcher at Cisco Junior College
- Had a .308 average with 9 doubles and started in 44 games
- Conference and regional champion
- Four-year letter winner at Sachse High School
- First-team All-District at shortsthop
- District champion
- Son Pat and Kerri Tate
- Born March 27, 1992
- Interdisciplinary studies major
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