2007: Appeared in 60 games - all starts - with all 60 starts coming at shortstop...batted .307 for the third-highest mark by a qualified hitter on the team...posted 25 runs on 70 hits while adding 32 RBI...second on the team in walks with 35 while tying for the team lead with nine stolen bases...228 at-bats good for second on the team...lead the team in multi-hit contests with 23, including three three-hit games and one four-hit tilt...tied for the second-longest hitting streak on the team with nine...went 4-for-4 with three RBI and three runs against North Florida (2/17)...knocked in three runs against Siena (3/18)...had a 3-for-4 performance against LSU (4/3) while driving in one and scoring once...had an RBI on a 3-for-4 day at the dish at Rice (5/13)...walked three times against Memphis (4/8).
2006: Started all 64 games at shortstop as a sophomore...led team and Conference USA in walks (53) while pacing the club in assists (174) and sacrifice bunts (tied with nine), ranking fourth in on-base percentage (.419) and fifth in batting average (.276) and hits (64)...with a .971 fielding percentage, posted the fewest errors by a Tulane shortstop (eight) since Lauren Flores had seven in 1988...had a stretch of 26 games and 109 chances without an error...finished tied for third in C-USA in sacrifice bunts and sixth in assists...named to NCAA Oxford Regional All-Tournament Team after hitting .444 (8-for-18) with seven runs scored and four RBI...had 16 multiple-hit games, including a 4-for-4 showing against Manhattan (3/5)...also posted six multiple-RBI outings, including three-RBI games vs. Texas Tech (2/11), Bethune-Cookman (6/3) and South Alabama (6/4)...opened the season with a six-game hitting streak when he hit .476 (10-for-21) with six RBI, and had an eight-game streak from May 12-25 when he hit .313 (10-for-32) with a double and five RBI...named to Houston College Classic All-Tournament Team when he hit .455 (5-for-11) with a team-best four RBI and was perfect defensively with four putouts and eight assists while helping turn a pair of double plays...off the diamond, was a member of the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2005: Played in 42 games as a true freshman, including 10 starts at second base, two at first and two at third...hit .250 (16-for-64) with four RBI...in his lone at-bat of the NCAA New Orleans Super Regional against Rice, laced a leadoff single in the ninth inning, scored the go-ahead run and recorded the final out of a 9-6 win that propelled the Green Wave to the College World Series...had a three-game hitting streak from March 4-6 when he hit .556 (5-for-9) with a pair of RBI, and had a three-game streak from May 26-June13 when he hit .333 (3-for-9)...solid defensive player with a .949 fielding percentage on the strength of 48 putouts and 46 assists while helping turn eight double plays...off the diamond, was a member of Tulane's 3.0 Club.
Summer Ball: Played for the Waynesboro Generals of the Valley League in 2005 and the Bourne Braves of the Cape Cod Baseball League in 2006...in Waynesboro, hit .246 (16-for-65) with two doubles, six RBI and three stolen bases...led the Braves and the CCBL in sacrifice bunts (12) while ranking second on the team in walks (24)...hit .177 (20-for-113) with nine runs scored and six RBI.
High School: Three-year letterman as a shortstop at Lamar High for coach Jorge Garza...helped lead the Redskins to a combined 74-22 record, including three trips to the state playoffs and District 18-5A titles as a sophomore and senior...named to the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association 5A All-State Team as a senior, and first-team all-district all three years as a prepster...as a senior, hit .430 and committed just two errors...batted .340 with 12 stolen bases as a junior...also lettered in basketball...off the diamond, was a Texas Scholar and worked as a volunteer with the Special Olympics, Children's Hospital and Meals on Wheels.
Personal:Born Catlin Huber Everett on Oct. 5, 1985 in Houston, Texas...son of John Everett and Kathy Huber...father played baseball and basketball at St. Andrews, and cousin, Matt Cozad, played tennis at Georgia Tech...majoring in communications.