Summer League (2005): Played in the Cape Code League for the Bourne Braves...he tallied a .258 batting average with 14 RBI as the team advanced to the championship series.
As a Sophomore (2005): Named First Team All-Conference as an outfielder but also had an outstanding year in his first season as the closer....he broke the FAU single season hits record at the NCAA Regional against Virginia Commonwealth on June 4...had his first multiple home run game against Belmont; homers came in consecutive at bats on 4/10...started the season with a 12-game hitting streak...had a career game against Georgia State on May 19 with five hits and four runs scored with two doubles...had a two home run game against Belmont on Apr. 10...finished the season ranked third in FAU single season stolen bases with 35 and ranked 24th in the nation....had a career-high four steals against Gardner-Webb on March 12...hit .429 during the month of May with 33 hits and 15 RBI in 17 games...led the team with 40 RBI in the leadoff spot...in A-Sun play he held a .424 batting average...led the team with 30 multiple-hit and nine multiple-RBI games...with runners on base he held a .425 average and with the bases loaded a .455 average...in his first season on the mound, he did not allow a hit in his first 5.2 innings and did now allow an earned run through 17.2 innings...during his first nine outings he tallied 17.2 innings of work, 26 strikeouts and five saves while holding opponents to five hits and no runs...ranked fourth in single season saves with 10...held a 4.1 strikeout/walk ratio.
Summer League (2004): Started 33 games for the Bethesda Big Train in the Clark Griffith...the team won the league championship for the first time in its six-year history...recorded a hit in his first nine games and 14 of his first 17 and finished with a .261 batting average...ended the summer by hitting safely in the final six games, including all four league championship series games and both games of the AAABA National Tournament...provided defense with nine outfield assists and saw time on the mound in two games, allowing no runs on no hits in two innings with a walk and three strikeouts.
As a Freshman (2004): Made 39 starts in his rookie season after seeing limited playing time through the first month...got his first start at FIU on March 6 and recorded a season-high four hits in his second start on March 7 and again on May 21 at Mercer...carried a batting average over .400 through April 24 during which he had a team-high 17-game hitting streak...picked up a season-high two RBI against Lipscomb on April 16... had 11 multiple-hit games...at the A-Sun Tournament he hit .500 (7-for-14) and threw out two UCF runners at the plate to record two consecutive outs and keep the game tied before FAU went on to defeat the no. 20 team in the country...named to the A-Sun All-Freshmen Team.
Draft (2003): Selected by the Boston Red Sox in the 38th round.
High School: Played for Joe Russo at Palm Beach Gardens High School...named First-Team All-Conference and All-State after hitting .396 with 19 RBI and three home runs...teammate of Justin Martin and Derek Hutton.
Personal: Communication major...son of Mike and Mary Ellen McBryde...born March 22, 1985, in West Palm Beach, FL.
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