7  Eli Hynes
Eli Hynes

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Roseville, Calif.

Last College:
Sacramento City College

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 225

Position:
OF/1B

Experience:
1L

Bats/Throws:
L/L


05/27/2012

Tigers Fall 5-0 to UAB In C-USA Championship Game

Memphis closes season with 5-0 loss after winning 14 of final 19 games

05/26/2012

Tigers Eye C-USA Championship on Sunday Versus UAB

Memphis faces UAB for spot in NCAA Tournament field

05/24/2012

Memphis Rallies Past No. 4 Rice; Clinches Spot in C-USA Championship Game

Tigers play Houston at 7 p.m. Friday before playing in first C-USA title game on Sunday

05/23/2012

Nine-Run Seventh Powers Memphis Past Southern Miss 14-3

Tigers open 2012 C-USA Championship with 14-3 win over Southern Miss

05/21/2012

Tigers Look To Carry Momentum Into 2012 Conference USA Championship

Memphis plays Southern Miss, No. 4 Rice and Houston in tournament action

05/23/2012

Memphis Vs. Southern Miss

Memphis (30-26) defeated Southern Miss (30-24) on Wednesday in game one of the 2012 Conference USA Championship presented by Trustmark

2011
Played in 48 of 57 games with 45 starts...Made 38 starts as the designated hitter, four starts in left field and three starts in right field...Led the team with seven home runs...Posted 11 multi-hit games and finished the season with a .246 batting average...Posted 14 extra-base hits, including six doubles and a triple to go with seven home runs...Drove in a personal-best four runs in the season opener against Evansville...Had a home run, double and two RBI on Feb. 20 against Evansville for his first multi-hit game...Hit a home run in four-straight games from April 1-5 in three games against Alcorn State and one against Ole Miss (at AutoZone Park).

Sacramento City College
Played two seasons for head coach Andy McKay at Sacramento City College...Helped the Panthers to a pair of 25-win seasons and a Big 8 Conference championship in 2010...Clubbed 21 home runs and drove in 90 runs in his JUCO career...Had a standout sophomore season, batting .355, with 49 RBI and 12 homers in 2010...Named the 2010 Big 8 Conference MVP and North California All-America...Hit .308 in 2009 and led the Panthers with a .582 slugging percentage, 89 total bases, 41 RBI, 13 doubles and nine home runs...Put together 11 multi-hit games and led the squad with 10 multi-RBI performances en route to 2009 first team All-Big 8 honors as a freshman.

Personal
Son of Gary and Teresa Hynes...Majoring in interdisciplinary studies.

Career Stats
Season GP-GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO SB-A
2011 48-45 .246 167 27 41 6 1 7 30 70 .419 15 4 24 0-1
2012 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Career 48-45 .246 167 27 41 6 1 7 30 70 .419 15 4 24 0-1
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