33  Brent Dlugach
Brent Dlugach


Germantown, Tenn.

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Height / Weight:
6-5 / 200




2003: Only Tiger to start all 54 games last season at the same position...Batted .243 with four home runs and 26 RBI as the Tigers' starting shortstop...Made nine errors in 232 chances in the field...Had a season-high three hits twice during the season...Hit .297 (19-64) with runners in scoring position...Had a career-high three triples...Singled home the game-winning run in a 5-4 extra-inning victory over Middle Tennessee...Carried the Tigers offensively in their only shutout of the season clubbing two home runs and driving in a career-high five runs in a 7-0 victory over Charlotte...Was sixth on the team with 12 multiple-hit efforts...Scored a career-high three runs in the Tigers' 24-1 drubbing of UT-Martin...Drove in the game-winning run at UT-Martin in a 7-4 Tigers' win with a RBI-single in the top of the seventh.

2002: Named as an honorable mention member for Collegiate Baseball's freshman All-American team and was named to the Conference-USA All-Freshman team...Started 46 games at shortstop for the Tigers...Hit at a .271 clip with eight home runs and 28 RBI...In his debut for the Tigers against Tennessee-Martin, went 3-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored...Had a season-high three RBI on three different occasions including a 3-for-5 effort in a 7-4 win over Cincinnati where he had two doubles and the game-winning home run in the 10th inning...Made 16 errors in 219 chances.

Prep: Lettered three years for former Tiger Lane McCarter at Houston High...Batted .394 with two home runs and led the city of Memphis with 50 hits as a senior...Named All-Region after helping lead his team to a 34-14 record and the 2001 district championship...His 20 career doubles were one short of the Houston record...Also lettered in basketball and golf...Son of Mike Dlugach, a former Tiger catcher who played at the AAA level in the Chicago White Sox organization.

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