2002: Played in 56 games as a sophomore, including 21 at second base, eight as the designated hitter and three at shortstop...earned team's Most Improved Award after hitting a career-high .367 which would have led the team if he had enough at-bats...led Tulane middle infielders with a .983 fielding percentage and finished fourth on the team with 79 assists...tallied 13 multiple-hit games, including four three-hit outings and a career-best four-hit performance vs. Southern Miss (May 16), and posted five multiple-RBI showings...began the year with an 11-game hitting streak when he hit .425 (17-for-40) with a double and seven RBI, and ended the season with a 10-game streak when he hit .486 (18-for-37) with three doubles and five RBI...best weekend of the year came at Houston when he went 7-for-11 with a pair of doubles and two runs scored...off the diamond, earned Conference USA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll recognition and won the team's LeBreton Inspirational Award for his leadership both on and off the field.
2001: Played in nine games as a true freshman, including one start at second base against Siena (March 11)...made the most of his lone start, going 3-for-5 with a double, an RBI and two stolen bases...also had at-bats against Sam Houston (Feb. 3), vs. Georgia State (March 4), at UNO (April 17) and vs. LSU in the NCAA Super Regionals (June 1)...off the diamond, earned Conference USA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll recognition.
Summer Ball: Played with Team LeBreton of the NORD All-American League in 2002...helped the squad win the league title and advance to the AAABA World Series where they finished runner-up.
High School: Four-year starter at Barbe High for coach Glenn Cechinni...played second base and helped the Bucs go a combined 130-15 during his prep career, including district championships all four years and state championships in 1998 and 2000...earned all-district honors all four years, garnered All-Southwest Louisiana recognition as a junior and senior and was tabbed all-state as a junior...as a senior, hit .327 with six doubles, 19 RBI, 17 stolen bases, eight sacrifice bunts and a sacrifice fly while not committing a single error in 57 chances...off the diamond, was a member of the National Honor Society, U.S. Achievement Academy and International Foreign Language Academy...earned Who's Who Among American High School Students recognition four times and was an All-American Scholar as a sophomore, junior and senior...graduated with a 4.0 GPA.
Personal: Full name is Turner DuVall Brumby...born Dec. 28, 1981 in Lake Charles, La...son of David and Jane Brumby...has one sister, Ryan...father, David, was a collegiate swimmer at the University of Georgia...majoring in business.