ERSKINE FLYING FLEET
Hometown: Lexington, SC
"Bryan has been one of our hardest working student-athletes for us over the last four seasons. The season he has had so far has been truly impressive and he is one of the reasons we have gotten to where we are."
Erskine Coach Kevin Nichols
Despite being drafted in the 30th round in 2009 by the Texas Rangers, Bryan decided to return to campus for his senior season. Following another All American caliber season he'll leave Erskine as the NCAA career record holder in home runs, runs batted in and total bases.
Just a partial list of Bryan's honors include
the 2010 Daktronics Southeast Region Player of the Year, 2010 ABCA Southeast Region Player of the Year, 2x Conference Carolinas Player of the Year (2009, 2010), 4x Conference Carolinas 1 st Team All-Conference, 2009 Daktronics All-American, 2009-2010 Conference Carolinas Academic All-Conference, 4x Conference Carolina Presidential Honor Recipient.
Get to know Bryan:
- In a season full of outstanding accomplishments and success what has been your most memorable moment?
"72nd homerun (to became the NCAA all time career home run leader)"
- If you were asked to talk to a recruit and talk to him about joining the team, what would be the major reason for him to choose your school?
"Best coaching staff in the country"
- Who has been most influential in your development as a player?
"Kevin Nichols (Erskine Head Baseball Coach)"
- What player that you competed against this year would get your vote for the Tino Martinez Award?
"Jeremy Nowak (of Mount Olive -
Ed . Note: Jeremy finished eighth)"
- What do you like to do when you're not playing baseball?
- What are your plans for the summer?
"Play pro ball"