2005 Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American
2005 Conference USA All-Freshman Team
2006 First-team All-Conference as a catcher
Member of the Houston College Classic All-Tournament Team
Named to the Mountain West Conference All-Tournament Team
2006 Summer League:
Appeared in 37 games as a catcher for the Falmouth Commodores in the Cape Cod League... put up a .271 average with 16 runs scored, two homers, and 19 RBIs.... earned the Iron Man Award given by the Commodores... also awarded the Cape Cod League's Manny Robello 10th Player Award
Played in 57 games and made 56 starts as the Frogs primary catcher... finished the season with a .304 batting average... ranked second on the team with nine home runs and 42 runs batted in... smoked 14 doubles and one triple... drew 22 walks on the season... hit safely in 36 contests and reached base in 47 games... recorded 19 multi-hit contests and tied for second with 11 multiple-RBI contests... committed just three errors in 463 chances for a .994 fielding percentage... threw out 10 runners attempting to steal... had three hits in the season-opening win against No. 12 Tulane... drove in a run and scored a run in the contest... drove in a run against Houston on Feb. 11... collected two hits, including a double against No. 2 Rice on Feb. 12... suffered a pulled muscle against Texas State on Feb. 14 and missed four games... returned to the lineup against Wright State on Feb. 25... homered in his first at-bat back from injury... slumped following the home run going hitless in his next eight at-bats... busted out with two hits against Dallas Baptist on Feb. 28... picked up five RBIs on five hits in the series against Florida Atlantic... drove in two runs with two hits in the series opener on March 3... recorded three RBIs on three hits in the game-two victory... blasted a bases-loaded double against Oklahoma on March 7 for his only hit of the game... drove in two runs in the Frogs' victory over TAMU-CC on March 11... started a eight-game hit streak with a first-inning double at Texas State on March 14... hit .357 (10-for-28) during that stretch... picked up four hits in the UC Santa Barbara series and added four more in the series against UCF... came alive in the MWC Preseason Tournament... drove in a run with a hit in win over UNLV on March 31... smoked his second home run of the season as part of three hits in the win over Air Force on April 2... homered for the second straight game as he drove in four runs on two hits in Frogs' victory over Baylor on April 4... drove in two more runs in the series opener against Air Force on April 7... fell into a five-game skid following the contest... collected only three hits in his next 19 at-bats... those three hits came at Oklahoma on April 11... also drove in two runs and collected a double... had a strong series at BYU... drove in four runs on five hits and scored four runs in the series... hit a two-run home run in the series opener and a solo home run in the series finale... continued his hot hitting at UT-Arlington on April 25... scored four times and collected three hits in the victory... had just one hit in his next 16 at-bats... had back-to-back two-hit contests against Utah... drove in three runs in the second game of the series on May 6... collected a home run in the series finale against UT-Pan American on May 14... rested during the New Mexico series, making just one start and coming in as a defensive replacement in the series finale... had an outstanding conference tournament... was 3-for-3 in the opening game with four runs score, a double and two home runs... drove in a career-high six runs... followed with two hits against BYU... had three hits and scored two runs in the championship game against the Cougars to raise his average back over .300... picked up three hits in the NCAA Norman Regional... collected 20 two-out RBIs.. did not commit an error in his last 167 chances.
Named Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American... earned a spot on the C-USA all-Freshman squad... played in 49 games, making 43 starts this season... saw action as a catcher (20) and as the designated hitter (23)... hit .310 this season and finished second on the squad with 11 home runs... collected 54 hits, scored 29 runs, smoked 10 doubles and legged out two triples... made only two errors in 170 chances this season... was on base in 41 of 49 games... tallied a hit in 35 contests... had 14 multi-hit games and nine multiple-RBI contests... hit .277 in 23 conference games with six doubles, one triple and six home runs... drove in 38 runs... first career start was against Utah on February 13... went 2-for-4 with an RBI... had a break-out game in his next start on February 18 against Florida Atlantic... went 4-for-5 at the plate with his first two career home runs... drove in four runs in the Frog victory... the game started a season-long 10 game hit streak in which he hit .316 (19-for-60)... drove in 10 runs during that streak and scored 10 runs... drove in three runs with a bases loaded triple in the series opener against Southern Miss on March 18... began another streak of seven straight games with a hit on March 25 against Saint Louis... raised his batting average back up to .328 with a 3-for-5 day at the plate against Memphis on April 16... had another seven-game hit streak that saw hit hit .429 (12-for-28)... homered in three straight contests against Charlotte... struggled the rest of the way, collecting only two hits in his final 19 at-bats... had a pinch-hit RBI single against Southern Miss in the Conference USA Tournament...hit .429 with the bases loaded and .467 with a runner on third and less than two outs... collected 19 two-out RBIs.
Bellaire High School:
Named all-district three consecutive years... played on the Texas Scouts Association show case team in 2002 and 2003... also participated in the Major League Baseball Area Code games in Long Beach, Calif. in 2002 and 2003... member of the Columbia Angels Select Baseball Team in 2002 and 2003... ranked by as the 24th top prospect in Texas byTexas Baseball News... batted .420 with 42 RBIs and 10 home runs as a senior.
Andrew is the son of Daniel and Sharon Walker... has an older brother, Christopher... has not decided on a major.