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Bryan Stelmack
Bryan Stelmack

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Louisville, Colo.

High School:
Centaurus

Last College:
Lamar CC

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 213

Position:
OF

Birthdate:
07/28/1982

Experience:
1L

Major:
Business


2002: Played in 47 games as a sophomore, including 36 starts in left field, one in right and three as the designated hitter...finished tied for third on the team in RBI (38), fourth in home runs (6) and doubles (tied with 11), and sixth in total bases (73)...had 11 multiple-hit games, including five three-hit contests, and 10 multiple-RBI outings, including five-RBI performances vs. Saint Louis (March 29) and at Cincinnati (April 27)...posted a pair of four-game hitting streaks, from March 2-5 when he hit .466 (7-for-15) and from May 10-16 on 5-for-18 hitting...homered in his first game in a Green Wave uniform, and belted two bombs against Saint Louis (March 19)...clubbed two doubles and a home run in a 3-for-5 game at Cincinnati (April 27).

Prior to Tulane: Played freshman season at Lamar County Community College for coach Scott Crampton, seeing action in left field and at first base...earned second-team All-America honors and first-team All-Region IX recognition after hitting .457 with 20 home runs, 76 RBI, 169 total bases, 73 runs scored, 21 doubles and a .868 slugging percentage...led the nation in home runs, finished fourth in doubles and RBI, and ranked 10th in batting average...helped the Runnin' Lopes go 47-12 and win the Region IX Championship.

High School: Three-year starter at Centaurus High for coach Carmen Rivas...earned All-Front Range Conference and all-county honors all three seasons, and was named to the all-state squad as a senior...helped the Warriors go 18-4 as a senior, advancing to the state quarterfinals...hit .484 for his career with a .837 slugging percentage...as a senior, hit .479 with eight home runs, 32 RBI and a .959 slugging percentage...played in the Top 40 game at Coors Field after his senior season, and participated in a wooden bat tournament in 1999 when he hit for the cycle...also lettered twice in football...earned Outstanding Senior Athlete honors as a senior when he was named MVP of the baseball and football teams.

Personal: Full name is Bryan Anthony Stelmack...born July 28, 1982 in Boulder, Colo...son of Tom and Annette Stelmack...grandfather, Joe, played professional baseball in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization...majoring in business.