Position: Hitting Coach
Height: 0' 0" Weight: 0 lbs
Resides: Beaumont, TX
2016 Preseason All-SLC Second Team
2015 All-Southland Honorable Mention
Second on the team with a .324 batting average and 59 hits.
Fourth in the RBI (19) and runs scored (22).
Led the team in hit by pitch (6), and took two at New Orleans (March 20).
Hit in the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth spots in the order. Played most games as the cleanup hitter (26).
Started the season at third base, but moved to first to help strength the Cardinal offense. Also played the corner outfield spots. Started 31 games at first base and 15 at third.
Third on the team with 16 multi-hit games, 13 two-hit, two three-hit and one four-hit contest.
Was 4-of-4 with a run scored and knocked in against Prairie View A&M (March 3).
Against Nicholls (March 18) and New Orleans (March 21), was 2-for-5 and two runs scored.
Knocked in three runs against Manhattan and scored two with three hits in four at-bats against Manhattan (Feb. 21).
Notched two RBI against McNeese State with a 1-of-4 day and Texas Southern on a 2-of-4 contest.
Knocked in and scored a run against Abilene Christian (March 28) after two hits in five attempts.
Push across two batters in the second game of the McNeese State series with on one base knock.
Scored two runs after getting on with two singles in three at-bats at Houston Baptist (April 19).
Season-high two stolen bags in the series opener against Manhattan (Feb. 20).
Highest fielding percentage on the team at .993.
Prior to Lamar
Hit .331 in his sophomore season with four home runs and 42 runs batted in
hit .335 as a freshman along with 17 doubles
played in the NJCAA New Mexico All-Star game
named JCJAA Academic All-Region team.
All-state catcher and district MVP his senior season after hitting .615 with 48 runs batted in
named all-district his junior, sophomore and freshman campaigns
also an all-district quarterback his junior and senior seasons
set school records in passing yards, completions, and touchdowns
regional finalist in baseball junior and senior years
state runner up in basketball, baseball and football his sophomore season
district champion in baseball freshman year
President of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes
lettered four years in baseball and football, three years in basketball
graduated with a 3.5 grade point average.
Son of Lauri and Billy Nash
majoring in exercise science
wants to become a physicians assistant
born Feb. 27, 1994.