The Owls had 204 student-athletes make the Honor Roll and 34 win the Commissioner's Academic Medal
Senior receives second Conference USA honor in as many days
Senior hit .467 with six RBI and three runs
Eight seniors honored before game
Final game of 2014 scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday
Junior (2013): Came out strong in his first year as an Owl, starting in all of his 62 appearances with 15 multiple RBI games, the most of any player on the team, and 16 multiple hit games...had the second highest slugging percentage at .504 and the most total RBIs with 49 on the season...had the second most stolen bases of the season with seven...notable games include the 10-5 win over Arkansas State (3/23) where he went three for five with three runs and two RBIs, the 12-1 victory over FIU (5/18) he went two for three with two runs and two RBIs and lastly the Louisiana (5/26) 16-8 win going two for four with two runs and a season high four RBIs...ended the season with 10 homeruns and ranked 44th in the Sun Belt Conference with a .281 batting average.
Previous School: Earned first team all-conference honors and named second team all-state following sophomore season at State College of Florida for Head Coach Tim Hill...received second team all-conference recognition as a freshman.
High School: Named Offensive Most Valuable Player for Manatee High School during junior and senior seasons for Head Coach Dwayne Strong...hit .440 with 30 runs batted in and five home runs as a senior...named second team all-state during his senior campaign...earned first team all-county and all-area as a junior and senior.
Personal: Son of Joe and Jill Rocklein...exercise science major.
TV Show: ESPN's Baseball Tonight
Subject in school: Math
Movie: Summer Catch
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