Memphis clinched the series with Missouri with a 5-3 comeback victory on Saturday at FedExPark. Photos by Joe Murphy
2011 Made four appearances on the mound, including two starts, but missed most of the season due to injury...Pitched 12.1 innings during the season and struck out 14 batters...Pitched three innings against Evansville (2/18/11) and struck out seven batters to earn the save...Hurled a season-high 5.1 innings against UT Martin in which he recorded four strikeouts.
2010 Tigers' lone dual position athlete in 2010...Used primarily as a pitcher, working in a variety of roles in 2010...Earned the starting nod in four of his 15 outings...Third on Tiger staff with four wins...Finished the year 4-3, with a 7.39 ERA and a save...Fanned 27 batters in 31.2 innings of work...Averaged over seven strikeouts per nine innings pitched...Batted .333, with 14 RBI in 15 games...Made a combined 12 starts at first base and designated hitter...Nine of his 16 hits went for extra bases...Knocked three home runs...Legged out five doubles and a triple...Boasted a .667 slugging percentage...Earned the first-ever win at FedExPark after fanning one in 2.1 innings against Middle Tennessee (2/20/10)...Struck out a season-high six in a 5.1-inning start at Ole Miss (3/2/10)...Held Marshall to four unearned runs in three innings of relief to pick up his third win of the year (4/3/10)...Put together his strongest outing of the year against Murray State (5/12/10)...Tied a season-high with six K's in five innings and held the Thoroughbreds to just one run in a 10-1 win...Went 1-for-3 with a home run to help Memphis outlast Ole Miss, 6-5 (4/13/10)...Had three hits, four RBI and a home run in Memphis' 9-8 extra-inning win at UCF (5/2/10)...Went 3-for-4 with a homer, three runs and a pair of RBI to help the Tigers to a 9-2 win over UAB (5/7/10).
2009 Memphis' lone dual-position player...Went 1-3 with a 5.30 ERA in 12 outings...Was 0-2, with a 7.32 ERA in six appearances in C-USA play...Fanned 33 in 37.1 innings of work and held opposing hitters to a .284 batting average...Walked 23...Was 1-1 as a starter and 0-2 out of the bullpen...Worked out of the bullpen his first seven appearances before moving into a weekend starter's role for his final five outings...Recorded saves in each of her first three appearances...Picked up first save after striking out eight and allowing just one hit in three innings in the season-opening win against Kansas...Fanned a record four batters in one inning versus Kansas...Earned C-USA Pitcher of the Week accolades (2/23/09)...Tossed a third of an inning at Troy to haul in second save (2/27/09)...Struck out three in two scoreless innings vs. Valparaiso for third save (3/6/09)...Posted a 0.00 ERA and fanned 11 in his first 5.1 innings of action...Struck out seven in a strong seven-inning start versus SIU-Edwardsville for first collegiate win (4/11/09)...Limited Houston to just one unearned run in a no-decision effort (4/18/09)...At the plate, hit .212 with two homers and seven RBI in 19 games...Hit just .167 in C-USA play...Made 15 starts (11 at first base, three at DH and one in rightfield)...Homered in his second collegiate at-bat at Troy (2/28/09)...Hit second career home run and drove in two runs at Rice (3/28/09).
Prep A four-year letterwinner for Phil Clark...Played first base and pitched for Bartlett...Two-time Tennessee All-State performer...2007 TBCA Class AAA State Player of the Year...Also selected as a TSWA AAA All-State performer...Was 23-1 on the mound...Was a perfect 9-0 in 2008, with an ERA under 1.00...Helped Bartlett advanced to its third-straight Class AAA state-title game in 2008...Hit .367 with 59 RBI and set the Shelby-Metro single-season home run mark with 14 in `07...Went 10-1 on the mound, with a 2.84 ERA and 79 strikeouts in 64 innings in 2007...Combined for 18 home runs in 2007 and 2008...Two-time All-District and All-Region IV selection...All-TBR Two-Way Team in 2007...As a sophomore, Hatfield was perfect in four decisions on the mound...Maintained a 2.39 ERA and fanned 37 in 49 innings to help the Panthers to a Runner-up finish in the 2006 Tennessee AAA State Tournament...Prep teammate of Tiger senior Jacob Wilson.
Personal Son of Todd and Cheri Hatfield...Majoring in business economics.