Selected in the 24th Round by the Baltimore Orioles in the 2005 MLB Draft
2005: Only TCU player to have played in and started every game this season, all at shortstop... 49 of his starts came in the lead-off spot... recorded career highs in all statistical categories, finishing his senior campaign with a . 315 average, 82 hits, 34 RBIs, 5 home runs, 49 runs scored and 22 walks... his 21 doubles on the season tied a school record set in 1996... reached base safely in 57 games, including the first 35 of the season... recorded a hit in 49 of 61 contests... led the team with 26 multi-hit games and finished with eight multiple-RBI contests... played errorless baseball through the first 10 games of the season... committed 17 errors all season... played flawless defense in 49 games... didn't commit an error in his last 11 games... batted .314 in conference games... hit the Frogs first home run of the season in game three against the Utah Utes on Feb. 13... after a 2-for-22 stretch spanning six appearances from Feb. 15-22, went on a seven-game hit streak in which he hit .333 (9-27)... went 3-for-4 against No. 16 Baylor on March 15, commencing a five-game hit streak in which he hit .400(10-25)... an 0-for-6 day at the plate in the series opener against Saint Louis on March 25 led to his second seven game hit streak in which he hit .273 (9-33)... had a team-long 16 game hit streak from April 19-May 15... hit .463 (31-67) during that stretch... had an outstanding series against Charlotte April 23-24... had back-to-back four hit contests along with a two-hit game while driving in five runs... was 10-for-18 in the series... collected his career-high fourth home run of the season in game one at Charlotte... had a career day against UT-Arlington on May 3... went 3-for-3 at the plate with a career-high five runs driven in on two doubles... had a strong series against his old teammates, hitting .429 against the Houston Cougars... saw his average peak at .329 on May 14 after a 2-for-4 day at the plate against Louisville... hit his fifth home run of the season on May 26 against Southern Miss in the Conference USA Tournament... had an outstanding Waco Regional, hitting .429 (6-for-14) in three games... finished the 2005 season on a five-game hit streak... four of those games were two-hit contests... hit .467 as a lead-off batter... had 13 two-out RBIs... hit .314 in RBI opportunities.
Houston: Transfers to TCU for his senior season... played three years for the Cougars under head coach Raynor Noble... earned Baseball America Freshman All-American honors in 2002... named the Kia Baseball Bash MVP as a freshman... named to the Conference USA all-Freshmen squad... named to the 2004 Silver Glove Series Team... named to the 2004 Minute Maid Classic All-Tournament Team... member of the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll 2001-04... made the Dean's List in 2001... had a career batting average of .286 with 37 doubles and five home runs... drove in 75 runs and stole 19 bases in 26 attempts while at Houston... appeared in 164 games for the Cougars, starting 158.
Lamar High School: Named first-team all-district for three consecutive seasons... was a four-year starter on the varsity squad... named first-team all-Greater Houston as a senior... also named first-team all-state his senior year... Member of the Texas Rangers Area Code Team in 2000... had a career batting average of .413... was also a member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Full name is Stuart Austin Musslewhite... he is the son of Andy and Suzanne Musslewhite... has one older sister, Amber and one younger brother, Brett... born August 28, 1982... majoring in Business Finance with a history minor.