Four Players Continued Baseball Careers as Professionals.
FAU tallies 42 Wins and Three Members Earn All-Tourney Team Honors
Keller's RBI Double is the Key Hit
Brendon Sanger Named Tournament's Most Outstanding Player
Owls Advance to SBC Championship Game
Sophomore (2012): Started 52 of the team's 54 games and was one of three players with six or stolen bases...had 14 multiple-hit games, including six three-hit performances...hit first career home run as part of three-hit game at Alabama (2/18)...also hit a home run in a home Sun Belt Conference win over South Alabama (5/6)...drove in two runs against Alabama (2/18), South Alabama (4/6) and FIU (5/17)...hit .279 with 53 hits and 19 RBIs...legged out 10 doubles and scored 32 runs...played summer collegiate baseball for the Wilson Tobs in the Coastal Plain League.
Freshman (2011): Appeared in 24 games with one start against Virginia Tech (3/8)...only hit of the season was a triple against Virginia Tech...made most of his appearances late in games as a pinch-runner or defensive replacement...drove in only run of the season in a home victory over Bethune-Cookman (3/30).
High School: Played at Flanagan High School in Pembroke Pines, FL under head coach Ray Evans..in junior and senior seasons, started 51 of 53 games in CF, without committing an error...was a 2009 Under Armour Pre-Season All American Selection...as senior, helped lead Flanagan to 2010 Florida 6A state championship and Baseball America national championship, batting .438 with 17 RBI, while leading team in runs (38), hits (42), doubles (12), triples (3) and stolen bases (19), including a 4-for-5 performance in state final game...named to 2nd team All Broward county team in Sun Sentinel and Miami Herald...three-time Flanagan Gold Glove winner...2010 BCS Finals 18U Fastest Man winner as member of South Florida Elite Squad.
Personal: Son of Jose and Barri Jimenez...communications major who aspires to become a broadcaster.
TV Show.....Baseball Tonight
Ice Cream Flavor.....Chocolate
Former Owl Murphy Named Padres' Interim Head Coach
Sixteen Owls Take Part in Summer Leagues
Brendon Sanger Named NCBWA All-American
Billy Endris Drafted by the Kansas City Royals
Drew Jackson Drafted by the San Francisco Giants
Kyle Miller Drafted by the Chicago Cubs
Brendon Sanger Drafted by Los Angeles Angels