|| Brian Temko
• 2004 C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll
Competed in 28 games with 16 starts at first
base, DH and catcher... Made his collegiate debut as a reserve against
Pepperdine in the series finale... Blasted a double to the wall in left
center at Cougar Field in his second plate appearance... Made his first
career start behind the plate against No. 2 LSU in the first game of a
doubleheader and went 2-for-3 with a double and run against the Tigers...
Laced a pinch-hit, RBI-single at Memphis in the series finale... Blasted
his first career homer with a solo shot in the Saint Louis series
opener... Tied the score with a pinch-hit RBI single in the bottom of the
seventh during the Saint Louis series finale... Started the rally in the
top of the 11th inning with a two-out double at Charlotte in the series
finale... Crushed a two-run homer against No. 30 Southern Miss in the
series opener... Went 2-for-3 with a run and two RBIs in the middle game
of the Southern Miss series.
Sophomore - Redshirt (2004)
Left the team for personal
reasons prior to the start of spring drills.
Sat out the entire season with a redshirt
after injuring his knee and shoulder during the fall.
Austin High School
Earned three letters for head coach Todd
Moehlig... As a senior, batted .377 with 10 doubles, three home runs, a
.610 slugging percentage and a .995 fielding percentage... Named to the
THSBCA All-State squad and was placed on the HABC Southwest 5A All-Star
Team... Also earned All-District 20-5A honors... Batted .363 with 11
doubles, seven home runs, a .775 slugging percentage and a .993 fielding
percentage as a junior... Named to the All-District team and was a TSWA
All-State honorable mention honors... Played summer league baseball for
the Kyle Chapman team coached by Mike Rutledge... Received Academic
Excellence award and was a member of Texas Scholars.
Full name is Brian Andrew Temko... Born on Sept. 2,
1984, in Toronto, Canada... Son of Debbie Holman and Dan Temko... Majoring
in business... Was also recruited by Tulane, Saint Louis and Army.