2005 (Junior): Voted Third Team All-American by American Baseball Coaches Association and Rawlings, Middle Tennessee's first All-American since 2001 ... Led the Sun Belt in hitting most of the season despite battling a myriad of injuries ... Started the season as the centerfielder before an elbow ailment limited him to the designated hitter role starting March 8 ... Also battled knee and hamstring injuries ... Batted a team and Sun Belt-leading .412 in 46 contests with 42 starts ... Recorded 13 doubles, eight homers and 31 RBIs ... Drew 32 walks, scored 39 runs and stole five bases ... Ranked 15th nationally in batting average and 57th in slugging percentage (.654) ... Batted .492 in 20 Sun Belt games with seven doubles and 12 RBIs ... Went 0-for-3 with a walk in season-opener versus Ball State ... Singled and scored a run on Saturday against the Cardinals ... Went 4-for-4 with a solo homer versus Ohio State at ScreenTech Wiregrass Classic ... Walked twice, had two hits and scored twice against Iowa ... Doubled and drove in two runs at Belmont ... Collected a homer and two RBIs in two straight games against Southeastern Louisiana ... Injured at Memphis and did not play in next four games ... Singled and doubled in nine at-bats over the weekend at Southwest Missouri State ... Went 5-for-6 with three RBIs in SBC opener at Arkansas-Little Rock, the first five-hit game for a Blue Raider in almost two years ... Collected two more hits with one RBI in loss at UALR ... Had two hits and two runs at home versus Tennessee Tech and recorded three hits and three runs against TTU in Cookeville ... Went 3-for-4 with three runs at Austin Peay ... Collected four hits with a double and one RBI on Saturday against New Orleans ... Doubled, had three hits and scored twice in finale versus UNO ... Doubled and drove in two runs against Austin Peay ... Had two hits, a double and scored twice in opener at Western Kentucky ... Doubled and drove in two runs in finale at WKU ... Tallied three hits in both games against Memphis, doubling, homering, scoring twice and driving in three runs in Wednesday contest ... Scored twice on Saturday versus South Alabama ... Singled and scored twice in first game of doubleheader at Arkansas State ... Doubled, homered and scored three times in finale at ASU ... Walked three times and scored in opener against Florida International before tweaking an injury in the eighth inning ... Returned to the starting lineup against New Mexico State, collecting six hits in 12 at-bats in the series with four runs scored, two RBIs, a double and one home run ... Belted two-run homers against WKU and Louisiana-Lafayette at Sun Belt Championships, and drew four walks in the game versus UL.
Before Middle Tennessee: Played in 33 games in two seasons at the University of Tennessee with six starts ... Had four doubles and scored eight runs in just 30 at-bats as a sophomore ... Batted .381 with seven home runs and 26 RBIs in 26 games for New Jersey Colts in Atlantic Coastal League in 2004, earning All-Summer Team selection from SEBaseball.com.
High School: Four-year starter for coach Kevin Kennedy at Cookeville HS ... Batted .469 with seven home runs and 34 RBIs as senior, earning TSWA First-Team All-State honors ... Four-time All-District selection and All-Region honoree as junior ... Hit .408 with four home runs and 23 RBIs as junior, and .317 with six homers as sophomore ... Belted 11 home runs with .303 batting average as freshman ... Played for Team Tennessee in Tennessee/Oklahoma/Texas Classic in 2001 ... Member of Twitty City Classics for three years and Knoxville Thunder after senior season ... Also three-year starter in basketball, earning All-District honors as junior ... National Honor Roll member who graduated with 3.7 GPA ... Member of Young Life and FCA.
Personal: Todd Matthew Martin ... Son of Ken and Sandy Martin ... Born June 25, 1983 ... Majoring in Business ... Has two brothers, Jamie and Scott ... Father played basketball at Presbyterian College in South Carolina ... Brother, Scott, played basketball at Tennessee Tech and Birmingham Southern College ... Cousin, Stephanie Stumbo, plays basketball at University of Kentucky.