15  Trey Wiedman
Trey Wiedman


Memphis, Tenn.

High School:
Houston HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 215

First Base/Outfield



Outlook for 2010
A fifth-year Tiger infielder that has matured into one of the top hitters on the team...Has outstanding power potential...Will be counted on heavily in the middle of the order in 2010...Coaches are encouraged with his competitiveness and knowledge he's shown to stay within his abilities.

2009 (Junior)
Started in 47 of the 48 game he saw action in...Hit .285 with 12 doubles, a triple and three home runs...Drove in 29 runs and scored 26 more...Started in 20 C-USA games...Hit .272 with eight bombs...Collected eight two-out RBI...Finished second on the club with 55 hits and 16 multi-hit performances...Tied for the team lead with nine multi-RBI showings...Put together a career-long 15-game hit streak (3/3-4/1)...Hit .370 in that stretch (23-for-62)...Led team with a .381 batting average before a mid-season slump pulled him down to .275...Hit safely in 10 of his last 12 contests (16-for-47, .340)...Opened the season with three hits and two RBI in a 5-4 win over Kansas (2/20/09)...Hit his first home run of the year 21 games into the season versus Ole Miss (4/1/09)...Was a perfect 4-for-4, with four runs scored, three RBI and was a home run shy of the cycle versus Indiana State (3/14/09)...Was 6-for-13 (.461) and collected multiple hits in each game in the Tulane series.

2008 (Sophomore)
Led squad in nearly every offensive category in 2008...Finished with a team-best .302 batting average, .467 slugging percentage, 93 total bases, 60 hits, 39 RBI and eight home runs...Started in all 50 games he appeared in...Made 40 starts at first base, seven in right field and three as the DH...Hit primarily in the clean-up spot in the Tiger order...Second on the team with 34 runs scored...Legged out nine doubles...Drew 20 walks and was perfect in three stolen-base attempts...Solid in the field with a .987 fielding percentage...Hit .342 with runners in scoring position...Drove in 12 two-out RBI... Conference USA co-Hitter of the Week (3/3/08)...Led Tiger offense with 17 multi-hit games...Tied for team lead with nine multi-RBI performances...Put together a career-long seven-game hit streak (4/29/08-5/10/08)...Tied a Memphis record with hits in seven consecutive at-bats over a two-game span...Recorded a career-high 5-for-5 night vs. UT-Martin (2/26/08)...Followed that outing with a 2-for-2 game vs. Murray State (2/27/08)...Homered five times in the first 16 contests...Went 2-for-5 with a homer, two runs and a career-best four RBI in a win over Samford (3/18/08)...Drove in four runs vs. Middle Tennessee (4/23/08)...Scored a career-high three runs in a 3-for-5 effort vs. SEMO.

Redshirted 2007 season.

2006 (Freshman)
Hit .303 in 18 games as a Tiger rookie...Made five starts in leftfield...Had a pair of doubles and drove in two runs...Hit .375 with runners in scoring position...Recorded three multiple-hit games...Batted .333 as a starter and just .267 off the bench...Broke into the starting lineup for the final three games of the C-USA Tournament...Went 3-for-11 with a double...Had two hits against No.1 Rice...Ripped a career-best three hits vs. Mississippi Valley (4/30/06).

Summer 2006
Had a standout summer season for the Mellville Millionaires of the Western Major League...In 36 games, hit .309, with a pair of homers, 30 RBI, 14 doubles and four stolen bases.

Prepped at Houston High School for former Tiger Lane McCarter...Played both third base and the outfield...All-Tennessee Baseball Report Second Team selection in 2005 after hitting .400 and driving in 50 runs...Added six round trippers...Selected as a 2005 Commercial Appeal Best of the Preps/All-Metro selection...Helped guide a talented Houston Mustang team to a 36-8 mark and a AAA state championship in 2005...2005 The Tennessee Sports Writers Association (TSWA) All-State performer...Houston went 28-13 in the spring and an 18-13 record over the summer... Helped lead his team to a regional championship in 2003...Was named one of the top 15 juniors in the Shelby-Metro area in 2004...Hit .354 with seven home runs and 26 RBI as a junior...Posted a .323 career batting average with eight home runs and 104 RBI at Houston...Participated in the 2003 Midwest Prospects, 2004 Perfect Game National Underclass Showcase, Ft. Myers, Fla., 2003 Western Undergraduate Showcase and 2004 Blue-Grey Classic at Middle Tennessee State University...Also played basketball and football.

Full name is Thomas G. Wiedman III...Son of Thomas and Denise Wiedman...Was a member of Who's Who Among American High School Students...Graduated with a degree in exercise science/health and human performance on May 7, 2009...Brother, Sam, is a manager for the Tiger baseball team.

Wiedman'sCareer Stats
2006 18-5 .303 33 4 10 2 0 0 2 12 .364 3 1 10 0-0
2007 Redshirted
2008 50-50 .302 199 34 60 9 0 8 39 93 .467 23 3 51 3-3
2009 48-47 285 193 26 55 12 1 3 29 78 .404 12 1 49 4-5
2010 ------- ---- --- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---- -- -- -- ----
Career 116-102 .294 425 64 125 23 1 11 70 183 .430 38 5 110 7-8

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