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  T.S. Reed

T.S. Reed

Player Profile


Murrita, CA

High School:
Vista Murrita HS

Height / Weight:
5-6 / 150






T.S. Reed was one of three Matadors named to the Big West Conference Honorable Mention team ... finished the 2008 season with the fourth-highest batting average with .311 ... started in 44 of the 52 games he appeared in ... collected 57 hits with eight doubles, and two triples ... drove in 27 runs for the Matadors ... led the team with 16 stolen bases in 24 attempts ... was the third most frequent Matador to be hit by a pitch as this occurred 10 times on the season ... collected eight assists vs. USC on May 11, a Matador individual game high ... went 2-4 with two RBI's vs. LaSalle (3/1) ... went 2-4 again, but drove in five runs the next game vs. LaSalle (3/2) ... hit 3-3 with one double vs. St. John's (3/8) ... collected three hits and one RBI vs. Liberty (3/14) ... batted 3-5, hit another double, and drove in three runs vs. Liberty (3/15) ... collected another two hits and two RBI's vs. Santa Barbara (4/8) ... went 2-3 at the plate, scored twice, hit a double and a triple at Cal State Fullerton (4/12) ... added two hits, two runs, two RBI's and a triple to his totals at UC Riverside (4/26) ... collected three hits and 2 RBI's vs. UNLV (5/7).


Reed earned three letters for the Broncos as a middle infielder ... tabbed All-Southwestern League honorable mention as a sophomore and first-team All-Southwestern League as a junior and senior ... also garnered CIF Player of the Year award as a senior and second-team all-state award ... helped guide his squad to a league championship as a junior and to a CIF championship as a senior ... led league in doubles as a senior with 15.


Born December 31, 1988 in San Diego ... parents are Scott Reed and Valerie Potvin ... favorites include actor Denzel Washington, television show Baseball Tonight, the movie Boondock Saints, and fried rice ... greatest sports moment was winning the CIF championship ... says the best thing about being an athlete is the bond with teammates, the worst part is losing ... advice to young people is "learn from your experience, but have no regrets" ... major is undeclared.