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Nick Schneeberger
Nick Schneeberger

Hometown:
Jackson, Miss.

High School:
Jackson Prep

Last College:
Hinds C.C.

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 200

Position:
IF/OF

Birthdate:
08/21/1989

B/T:
R/R


06/28/2012

Season Recap: Baseball's 2012 Campaign

Seven Earn All-Conference USA Honors, Five Honored as All-State

06/26/2012

Five Players Named to All-Louisiana Squad

Ponder, Schaffer Each Earn Selection to All-State First Team

05/26/2012

Late Runs Push UCF Past Baseball at C-USA Championships

Schneeberger Smacks Fifth Home Run of 2012 in First Inning Versus Knights

05/23/2012

Baseball Opens C-USA Tournament with Victory

Byo Throws Eight Innings in the Start to Pick Up his Ninth Victory of the Season

05/23/2012

Next Up: Basbeall Takes No. 3-seed into C-USA Tournament

Tulane's 14 Conference USA Wins are the Most Since 2006

Schneeberger's Career Honors
Year Honor/Award
2012 Second Team All-Conference USA (2012)
2012 First Team All-Louisiana (2012)
2012 C-USA Player of the Week (2/20/12)
2011 Second Team All-Louisiana (2011)
2010 NJCAA All-Region (2010)
2010 First Team All-Mississippi (2010)

Career Notes: Named Second Team All-Conference USA his senior season...twice earned All-Louisiana honors, garnering First Team Honors in 2012 and Second Team laurels in 2011...his 14 outfield assists in 2012 are the most by a Green Wave player (records kept since 2000) and had 17 outfield assists in his career...ended his career ranked 16th on the career triples charts with 7 career three-baggers...earned his lone Conference USA Player of the Week award on February 20, 2012...drove in the game winning run seven times in his career...posted 51 career multi-hit and 20 career multi-RBI contests...career best nine game hitting streak came during the 2011 season...had a career-long and team-best reached base streak of 17 games during the 2011 season...started games at first base, second base, third base, right field, center field and left field during his career.

2012 (Senior): Earned Second Team All-Conference USA...named Second Team All-Louisiana by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association...garnered Conference USA Player of the Week on February 20...started all 58 games...started 56 games in right field, one in center field and one at first base...Drove in the game winning run four times; versus Siena (2/17), against Alabama (3/4), versus UMBC (3/25) and at Memphis (3/31)...posted 14 outfield assists on the year - nine coming at third base or home plate - which is the most by a Green Wave player since 2002...ranked among the Conference USA leaders in nine offensive categories; triples (4, 2nd), RBI (48, 5th), hits (78, 5th), batting average (.345, 6th), slugging (.539, 6th), on-base (.500, 8th), total bases (113, 8th), walks (35, 9th), stolen bases (12, 10th)...led the team in games started (58), games played (58), hits, at-bats (226) and triples...was second on the squad in average, on-base, RBI stolen bases, sacrifice flies (3) and total bases...ranked third on the team in slugging, runs scored (42), doubles (12), home runs (5) and walks...sat fourth in putouts (127)...was a part of two double plays...owned a team-best 29 multi-hit games and was second with 13 multi-RBI games...had a season long five-game hitting streak from April 21 - April 29...reached base in 49 of 58 games - including a reached base streak of 11 games from April 11 - April 28 and ten games from March 13 - March 31...earned C-USA Player of the Week on February 20 after posting nine hits, scoring three runs, driving in five RBI and stealing three bases in four games versus Siena (2/17-19) to open the season...had three hits - including a double - with a walk and a run scored in the middle game of a series versus Indiana (2/25)...singled, doubled, walked and drove in three RBI in the series finale with Indiana (2/26)...walked twice, stole a base and scored a run versus Southeastern Louisiana (2/28)...had two hits in each game of a three-game series versus Alabama (3/2-4)...posted six hits - including a home run - drove in five RBI and scored a pair of runs in the three games versus Alabama...doubled, was hit-by-pitch and plated an RBI at Wichita State (3/9)...homered in the middle game of the series at Wichita State (3/10)...had three hits - including a double - with a pair of RBIs versus Louisiana-Monroe (3/13)...reached base four times (single, three walks) in the series opener with Brown (3/16)...had a pair of hits, walked twice, drove in an RBI, stole a base and scored a pair of runs in the middle game versus Brown (3/17)...walked three times and was hit-by-pitch in the series finale with Brown (3/18)...had three hits - including two doubles - with a walk, a runs scored and an RBI to open the series versus UMBC (3/23)...singled, doubled and scored a run versus UMBC (3/24) in the middle game...plated three RBIs with two hits - including a triple - with two runs scored and a walk in the series finale with UMBC (3/25)...homered and drove in two RBIs at Southeastern Louisiana (3/27)...had four hits - including a double - with four RBIs and two runs scored in the middle game of the series at Memphis (3/31)...tripled, walked once and scored three runs versus Alcorn State (4/4)...singled and walked three times versus #9 Rice (4/5) in the series opener...had two hits - including a home run - with two walks and three RBIs in the middle game versus #9 Rice (4/6)...had three hits - including a double - with an RBI and three runs scored versus Alcorn State (4/11)...had two hits, walked and scored three runs in the series opener at UAB (4/13)...singled, scored a run and plated an RBI in the series finale at UAB (4/15)...had three hits, stole a base, scored a run and plated three RBIs against Southeastern Louisiana (4/17)...had two hits in each of the final two games versus #19 UCF (4/21-22) with an RBI in the series finale...had two hits, walked, scored twice and drove in two runs versus Northwestern State (4/24)...had three singles with a run scored in the series opener at East Carolina (4/27)...had a pair of hits and two RBI in the middle game at East Carolina (4/28)...was three-for-five with an RBI at #4 LSU (5/1)...had two hits - including a double - with a run scored and an RBI versus Southern Miss (5/6)...had two hits, stole a base and scored a run in the series opener at Houston (5/11)...tripled and plated two RBI in the middle game at Houston (5/12)...had a pair of hits - including a double - with a run scored in the middle game versus Marshall (5/18)...singled and scored a run versus East Carolina (5/23) at the Conference USA Tournament...singled and walked against UAB (5/25) at the Conference USA Tournament...homered and plated two RBI versus UCF (5/26) at the Conference USA Tournament.

2011 (Junior): Named First Team All-State by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association...appeared in 51 games with 47 starts...started games at first base (9), second base (5), third base (4), outfield (16) and designated hitter (13)...plated the game winning run three times during the season - versus George Washington (2/27), Alcorn State (3/16) and Memphis (5/6)...tied for the team lead in triples (3)...ranked second on the team in batting average (.301), slugging percentage (.365), hits (52), doubles (8), RBI's (35), total bases (72) and stolen bases (7)...was third on the squad in home runs (2) on-base percentage (.365)...owned 12 multi-hit contests and seven multi-RBI games...posted a season-best hitting streak of nine games from March 13-March 26 and hit in eight straight from April 19-May 6...held the team's longest reached base streak, reaching base safely in 17 straight games from April 19-May 25...drove in an RBI in all three games versus George Washington (2/25-2/27)...doubled and drove in an RBI in the series opener at Ole Miss (3/4)...hit his first collegiate home run in the series finale against Wichita State (3/13) and scored twice...was two-for-four with three RBI's and a stolen base against Alcorn State (3/16)...drove in three RBI's in the series opener against New Orleans (3/18)...was two-for-five with a triple and a home run, scored twice and drove in two RBI's in the middle game of a series at Southern Miss (3/26)...had five hits, drove in three RBI's and scored a run in three starts at UCF (4/8-4/10)...singled and drove in an RBI against Southeastern Louisiana (4/19) and Utah (4/23)...had two RBI's and scored a run versus Jackson State (4/27)...had four hits, walked twice, scored two runs and drove in four RBI's in three games against UAB (4/29-5/1)...went four-for-five with four RBI's in the series finale against Memphis (5/8)...had three hits and stole two bases in the series opener at Marshall (5/13)...had five hits, drove in three RBI's and walked twice in a three-game set against East Carolina (5/19-5/21)...had two hits - including a double - in the Conference USA Tournament opener against Southern Miss (5/25)...singled, walked twice and scored a run against Houston (5/27) at the Conference USA Tournament.

2009-10 (Hinds C.C.): Spent two seasons with the Eagles...led the team in batting average (.410), hits (73), runs scored (43), total bases (112), walks (28) and on-base percentage (..488)...helped HCC to the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges State Championship...was named to the All-Region squad and earned All-State honors during his two seasons on campus.

About Nick Schneeberger

Prep: Lettered all four years for head coach Chuck Box at the Jackson Preparatory School...was selected as team captain during his senior season...was named the team MVP has a junior and senior...helped the Patriots to back-to-back Mississippi 3A State Championships during his final two seasons on campus...was a three-time All-Mississippi Private School Association pick and earned All-City honors each of his last three seasons with the Patriots...also lettered three times in football as a quarterback...helped JPS to the 3A State Championship as a junior and a senior...holds the school record for career and single season passing yards.

Personal: Born Nicholas Joseph Schneeberger on August 21, 1989...the son of Joseph and Rebecca Schneeberger...has one brother, Jason, and one sister, Jolie.

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