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2006 Baseball Roster

Nathan Hines

Class: SO-1L
Position: OF
Height: 5-11
Weight: 160 pounds
Previous School: Oakland HS
Hometown: Murfreesboro, Tenn.

2005 (Freshman): Outfielder who batted .342 and ranked second on the club with 53 RBIs ... Ranked 77th nationally in RBIs per game at 1.02 ... Started 50 contests, playing in 52 outings ... Scored 35 runs with 25 walks, 14 doubles, four home runs and six stolen bases ... Also ranked second on the club in on-base percentage (.416) ... Batted .384 (22-for-73) with runners in scoring position, including team-leading 22 two-out RBIs ... Started the final 45 games of season in centerfield ... Put together two nine-game hitting streaks during the campaign (April 12-23, May 1-15) ... Singled, scored a run and stole a base in season-opener versus Ball State ... Walked, singled and scored a run on Saturday against BSU ... Scored a run and drove in another against Ohio State at ScreenTech Wiregrass Classic ... Singled and scored a run versus Iowa ... Went 3-for-5 with a run and two RBIs on Saturday against Jacksonville State ... Doubled on Tuesday versus Southern Illinois ... Doubled twice and walked three times in series at Southwest Missouri State ... Walked and singled at Lipscomb ... Went 2-for-5 with two runs and one RBI in SBC opener at Arkansas-Little Rock, starting a stretch of four straight games with two hits ... Went 2-for-5 with two runs scored in both contests versus Tennessee Tech, driving in five total runs in the two games, including a three-run homer in Cookeville, his first career round-tripper ... Had just one hit and two walks in series versus New Orleans ... Recorded career-day against Austin Peay, going 4-for-6 with a double, triple, three runs scored and six RBIs ... Had two hits, including a double, scored and drove in a run in finale at Western Kentucky ... Drove in three runs in both contests versus Memphis, recording three hits and scoring three times collectively in the two games and belting homers in each ... Doubled, walked three times and drove in three runs in Friday victory over South Alabama ... Went 2-for-3 with a run and an RBI on Saturday versus USA ... Had three hits with a run and one RBI against Vanderbilt ... Went 2-for-5 with two runs, two RBIs and a double in first game of doubleheader at Arkansas State ... Also had two hits with a double and a run in finale at ASU ... Doubled, walked twice, scored a run and drove in three others in Friday victory versus Florida International ... Had two hits in finale against FIU ... Went 3-for-4 with two runs, a triple and six RBIs against Lipscomb ... Doubled and scored in victory at Vanderbilt ... Had two singles and scored twice in Friday victory at 18th-ranked Louisiana-Lafayette ... Collected two more hits and an RBI on Saturday against UL ... Singled twice and drove in a run on Sunday versus the Cajuns ... Went 0-for-8 in first two games against New Mexico State before going 5-for-5 with a double, home run and five RBIs in finale against Aggies ... Drove in a pair of runs in SBC Tournament opener against NMSU ... Collected four hits with a run and one RBI versus WKU ... Walked, singled and scored against UL ... Doubled and singled in championship game versus South Alabama ... Hit safely in 31 of the final 37 contests, batting .372 (58-for-156) with 11 doubles, 49 RBIs and 29 runs scored.

High School: Two-time All-Region for coach Mack Hawks at Oakland HS ... Named Daily News Journal MVP as senior ... Earned Third Team All-Midstate from the Tennessean after batting .364 with three home runs, four triples, 34 RBIs, 27 stolen bases and 17 walks as senior ... Honorable Mention All-Region as sophomore ... Posted .360 batting average with 49 RBIs, 35 BB, 72 runs scored and four home runs in last two years ... Member of BETA Club.

Personal: Robert Nathan Hines ... Son of Bobby Hines and Beth Parker ... Born December 9, 1985 ... Undecided major ... Father played baseball at Middle Tennessee in 1978-79.

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