2005 (Senior): One of the Frogs most consistent relievers for the Frogs... made 12 appearances... finished with a 1-0 record and a 4.15 ERA in 17.1 innings pitched... struck out 16 batters and held opponents to a .274 batting average... combined to shutout Utah in the season opener, pitching two scoreless innings... struggled in his next two outings, giving up four runs in 1.1 innings against Dallas Baptist and Southern Miss... rebounded and put together a string of six scoreless outings... streak spanned 8.2 innings... allowed only six hits, two walks and struck out 11 batters... longest outing of the season was a three inning stint against UT-Pan American on April 26... struck out a season-high three batters... earned lone win of the season against Houston on April 30... allowed a run on two hits... gave up three runs in one inning of work at Cincinnati on May 8... allowed two unearned runs to Southern Miss in the conference tournament on May 28.
2004: (Junior) Appeared in only one game due to arm problems... only appearance came against Southern Miss on April 2... pitched only one inning, strucking out two... gave up six runs on six hits.
2003: (Sophomore): Saw action in nine games, all out of the bullpen... compiled a 10.03 ERA in 11.2 innings of work... finished season with a 1-1 record... did not allow a run in first two appearances... pitched one inning against UT-San Antonio on Feb. 9 and 1.2 innings against UT-Arlington on Feb. 11... picked up the win in game vs. UT-Arlington... allowed first run of the season in a one inning stint against SE Louisiana... best performance on the mound came against BYU on Mar. 6... pitched three innings, allowing only one hit and striking out three... had two rough outings to close out the season... gave up a combined five runs on six hits in just two innings of work... struck out 11 batters to only six walks.
2002 (Freshman): Was one of TCU's most reliable right-handlers out of the bullpen, compiling a 1-0 record and a 3.94 ERA in 14 appearances... allowed earned runs in just one of his final eight appearances... picked up first-career win with three hitless innings vs. SW Texas on Mar. 10... helped complete three-game sweep at No. 20 East Carolina with two strikeouts and no runs allowed in 1.2 innings... struggled a bit down the stretch, giving up eight runs (five earned) in last six outings (four innings pitched)... still recorded a 3.94 ERA, tops among TCU right-handed relieves... posted a nearly 2-to-1 K:BB ratio (13:7).
High School: Garnered second-team all-district honors as a senior at Jersey Village... earned three varsity letters... team reach regionals in 2000.
Personal: Full name is Ryan Matthew Nesloney... born December 23, 1982... son of Jamie and Dennis Nesloney... has two brothers, Braden and Chase, and one sister, Taryn... majoring in marketing.