Played four different positions in his four-year career (first base, second base, third base and center field).
Made 80 starts at second base, 29 starts in center field, 18 starts as the designated hitter, 17 starts at first base and four starts at third base.
Played in 176 career contests and made 148 starts.
Posted a career batting average of .290, finishing with 158 career base hits.
Of his 158 career base hits, 24 were doubles, five were triples and six were home runs.
Three of his home runs came on a Big 12 field (two at Oklahoma and one at Texas A&M).
Finished with 101 runs driven in, including a career-high 35 in his freshman campaign.
Was successful in 15-of-21 stolen base attempts.
As a freshman, put together a 19-game hitting streak to close out the season.
During the streak he hit .417 (30-for-72) with 17 of his 35 RBIs, nine multi-hit contests and four multiple-RBI games.
Picked up 35 two-out RBIs in his career.
Was limited to just 36 games played as a sophomore due to a mid-season injury.
Hit safely in 105 of his 176 career games.
Reached base safely in 122 of his 176 career contests.
Tallied 41 multi-hit contests and 23 multiple-RBI games.
Was a career .972 fielder.
Graduated with a degree in communications.
Appeared in 32 games and made 16 starts.
Of his 16 starts, 11 came at first, four as the designated hitter and one at third base.
Tallied 11 base hits with one double and one triple while collecting four walks.
Was a perfect 2-for-2 in stolen bases.
Came in as a defensive replacement in 10 games, pinch hit in five contests and was a pinch runner in one game.
Recorded a base hit in 10 games and reached base in 12.
Picked up his first base hit of the season against Texas State on March 5.
Went 1-for-3 with a sacrifice in a start against No. 2 Ole Miss on March 8.
Stroked a two-run two-out single against Prairie View A&M on March 11.
Started five straight games from March 16-24.
Collected two hits, two walks and scored three runs against New Mexico.
Scored a run and drove in another with a sacrifice fly against Texas.
A&M-Corpus Christi after entering the game as a pinch runner in the seventh.
Went 2-for-3 with two RBIs in a start against Air Force on April 4.
Notched his first stolen base of the season on April 5 against the Falcons.
Hit his lone home run of the season on April 22 at Oklahoma.
Three of his six RBIs came with two outs.
A broken hand in the middle of the season limited him to just 36 games played.
Made 29 starts (14 at DH, six at first and second and three at third base).
Finished the year with a .314 batting average.
Smoked seven doubles and one home run while tallying 20 RBIs on the season.
Was 2-for-4 in stolen bases.
Posted eight multi-hit games and five multiple-RBI contests.
Hit safely in 21 contests and reached base in 23 games.
In just nine conference games, hit .433 with six doubles and seven RBIs.
Had two five-game hit streaks (2/17-3/2 and 3/23-31).
Hit a two-run home run at Texas A&M on March 27.
Suffered a broken had in April 6 game at Air Force that benched him for over a month.
Returned to the diamond on May 15 against UT-Arlington.
Slumped at the end of the season with just one hit in his final eight games played.
Lone hit was a single against Rice in the NCAA Houston Regional.
Hit .647 with a runner on third and less than two outs and tallied eight two-out RBIs.
Appeared in 52 games and started 48, all at second.
Finished the season with a .316 batting average.
Smoked nine doubles, two triples, two home runs and collected 35 RBIs.
Was a perfect 4-for-4 in stolen bases.
Collected four sac bunts and four sacrifice flies.
Drew 18 walks and struck out just 25 times in 171 at-bats.
Earned his first career start on March 7 against Oklahoma.
Went 0-for-14 in his first eight games played.
Collected an RBI single for his first career hit at Texas State on March 14.
Had a seven-game hit streak (4/1-11) in which he went 13-for-30 with nine RBIs, raising his batting average .120 points to .234.
Hit his first career triple and drove in a run in victory over Baylor on April 4.
Tallied seven hits in a three-game series against Air Force, including three in the series opener, and drove in three runs.
Had a dramatic home run in Frogs loss to Oklahoma on April 11.
The two-run blast gave the Frogs a brief 11-10 lead in the top of the ninth.
Tallied a single and a run scored in Frogs' victory over the Aztecs on April 29 commencing a 19-game hit streak.
Hit .417 (30-for-72), raising his average up to .316 by the end of the season.
17 of his 35 RBIs on the year came during the streak.
Also racked up nine of his 16 multi-hit contests and four of his nine multi-RBI games.
Doubled in five straight games May 16-24.
Torched New Mexico pitching going 7-for-11 (.637) with seven RBIs.
Hit what proved to be the game-winning home run in the ninth inning in the series finale at New Mexico.
Drove in a run and scored the tying run in TCU's come-from-behind win over Oklahoma in the NCAA Norman Regional on June 2.
Played flawless defense in the last 13 games.
Hit .397 with runners in scoring position and collected 15 two-out RBIs.
Southwest High School:
Earned four varsity letters at Southwest.
Owns the school record for career games (132) and hits (176).
Named team MVP and was awarded the Leading Hitter Award as a senior.
Was an all-state infielder and named Super Team designated hitter following senior campaign.
Played in the North Texas High School Baseball All-Star Game.
Named district Offensive Player of the Year in 2005.
Was the district Utility Player of the Year in 2004.
Earned first-team all-region honors in 2003 and 2004.
Was an all-state outfielder as a sophomore.
Named district Sophomore of the Year in 2003.
Earned all-district honors as a freshman.
Corey is the son of Bill and Kelly.
Has a younger brother, Colton.
Hits: 3, seven times
Air Force 4/7/06
@ New Mexico 5/19/06
vs. Wichita State 6/3/06
Oral Roberts 2/17/07
vs. N.C. State 2/25/07
@ BYU 3/23/07
@ BYU 3/24/07
Runs: 3, twice
Air Force 4/7/06
HR: 1, four times
@ Oklahoma 4/11/06
@ New Mexico 5/20/06
@ Texas A&M 3/27/07
@ Oklahoma 4/22/08
RBI: 4 @ New Mexico 5/19/06
SB: 2 vs. BYU 3/30/06
BB: 2, twice
Vs. BYU 3/30/06
Hitting Streak: 21 games, 4/29/06-2/10/07
Base hit in 66-of-120 games
On-base in 74-of-120 games
25 multi-hit games
16 multi-RBI games