2006: Started all 64 games at second base as a sophomore...hit .289 for the year and that number jumped to .315 in Conference USA action...ranked second on the team in doubles (17) and assists (163), tied for second in stolen bases (9), third in home runs (six), and fourth in batting average (.289), hits (70), total bases (105), slugging percentage (.434) and runs scored (70)...ranked fourth in C-USA in sacrifice flies (six), sixth in walks, ninth in assists and 12th in doubles...had 20 multiple-hit games, including three-hit outings against McNeese State (2/14), and UAB (5/18 and 5/19)...posted 10 multiple-RBI outings, including a four-RBI outing against UNO (4/4) on the strength of a double and a home run...had a 16-game hitting streak from April 28-May 26 when he hit .409 (27-for 66) with eight doubles and 15 RBI...named C-USA Hitter of the Week and to the College Baseball Foundation Honor Roll on Feb. 20 after hitting .571 (8-for-14) with a .786 slugging percentage on the strength of seven singles and a home run during a 4-0 week.
2005: Started all 68 games as a true freshman with 66 starts at third base and two at first...earned Louisville Slugger and Baseball America Second-Team Freshman All-America, Conference USA and Louisiana Freshman of the Year, first-team All C-USA and second-team All-Louisiana and C-USA All-Freshman Team honors after ranking second on the team in home runs (13), runs scored (71) and walks (43), third in RBI (56), hits (84), doubles (tied with 19) and slugging percentage (.542), fourth in total bases (142) and on-base percentage (.424), and fifth in batting average (.321)...ranked third in C-USA in runs and walks, fourth in home runs, seventh in total bases, eighth in hits and ninth in doubles...named to NCAA New Orleans Regional All-Tournament Team after hitting .333 (4-for-12) with two doubles and four RBI...tied for third on team with 23 multiple-hit games, including a career-best four hits at Louisville (3/26) and at Charlotte (4/8)...also finished seventh on the team with 12 multiple-RBI outings, including a career-best six on the strength of two three-run homers at Charlotte (4/8)...hammered three grand slams as a rookie and had at least one hit in 28 of 30 C-USA games...had hitting streaks of seven (April 1-10 when he went 14-for-31 with three doubles, two homers and seven RBI), eight (March 16-26 whenhe was 16-for-31 with four doubles, three homers and 12 RBI) and 10 games (April 15-30 when he hit 14-44 with six doubles, two home runs and nine RBI).
Summer Ball: Played for the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox of the Cape Cod Baseball League in 2006...named No. 26 prospect in the CCL by Baseball America after hitting .247 (37-for-150) with six homers and 28 RBI en route to helping the Red Sox win the league title...paced YD in RBI, doubles (seven) and walks (25) and his home run total ranked second in the CCL...named to the CCL's mid-summer All-Star Team...overcame a slow start to hit .311 with six homers over his final 124 at-bats.
High School: Four-year letterman at East Coweta for coach Franklin Deloach...a four-time All-Region 4-5A honoree, helped guide the Indians to a combined 92-25 record in four years as a prepster, with four playoff appearances and a state runner-up finish as a junior...a Street & Smith All-American in 2004, was drafted in the 18th round by the Atlanta Braves...a career .426 hitter, finished his high school career with 27 doubles, 13 triples, 25 home runs, 122 RBI and 68 stolen bases...named team MVP, Silver Slugger and Gold Glove winner as a senior after hitting .509 with eight homers, 60 RBI and 40 stolen bases...as a junior, named Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Newman Times Herald Player of the Year and earned a spot on the AFLAC All-America team after hitting .490 with 14 homers and a 1.100 slugging percentage...claimed a pair of gold medals with the AAU Junior Olympics and was named MVP of the CABA World Series...off the diamond, was a member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Born Bradley Mark Emaus on March 28, 1986 in Kalamazoo, Mich...son of Mark and Rhonda Emaus...has one sister, Brooke...father played baseball at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University...majoring in media arts.