Rice Ranks Third In C-USA
Join The Blue & Gray For The Final Two Games of this Homestand
McCanna Leads Three Rice Pitchers In A One-Hit Shutout; Owls Win Fifth-Straight Overall
Baseball Team Next Meets Baylor at 5:30 pm Sunday in Tournament Finale at Minute Maid Park
Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll
Rice -- 2013: Conference USA Academic Honor Roll; Appeared in three games with one start... Maintained a 3.00 ERA in a total of 6.0 innings... Scattered five hits and a walk while striking out four... Held opposing hitters to a composite .263 batting average... Made Division I debut against national power Texas A&m in the opening game of the College Classic downtown at Minute Maid Park... Blanked the Aggies in 2.0 innings of work, which earned him a start against defending Southland Conference champion Sam Houston State four days later... Pitched a career-long 3.0 innings against the Bearkats in a controlled start, where he matched his Rice season-high of two strikeouts... Last appearance was a shutout inning of relief in the series finale against Harvard (March 17)... 2012: Sat out the entire collegiate season... Worked hard to rejoin his teammates on the field as soon as possible... Pitched in the Owls' fall training program... Played summer ball in Atlanta, Ga.... 2011: Was sidelined before the start of the 2010 fall practices... Did not see game action.
International -- Represented the United States on two different international teams before joining Rice... Member of the gold medal-winning 2009 18 & Under U.S. squad that won the IX COPABE "AAA" Pan American Junior Championship held in Venezuela... Pitched in relief in the championship final against Cuba, helping Team USA win its first Pan Am gold medal at the 18U level against a country that had won the last seven Pam Am championships... Also pitched 1.1 relief innings against Cuba earlier in that tournament... Finished the 2009 Team USA season with a 1.93 ERA in four appearances, allowing just two hits while striking out seven in 4.2 innings... Played on the 16 & under U.S. national team in the summer of 2008... Went 1-0 with the 16U national team, maintaining a 1.80 ERA in two games... Recorded two strikeouts and allowed just two hits in 5.0 frames in 2008.
Personal -- Full name: Connor Paul Mason... Born: May 26, 1992 in Virginia Beach, Va.... Versatile athlete who competed in the Georgia state swimming championships... Parents: Michael and Cheryl Mason of Suwanee, Ga. (one older sister)... Sister, Jessie, swam competitively at Georgia Tech and is a multiple ACC All-Academic honoree... College: Duncan.
Boys of Summer Ball; Weekly Update
07/17/2016 - Rice baseball players are staying busy this summer playing in a host of collegiate leagues across the country. Here's a weekly look at the Owls'...
Rice Baseball Names Former Owl John Pope New...
07/15/2016 - Rice graduate and two-time Texas High School Baseball Coach of the Year John Pope has joined the Rice baseball staff as an assistant coach, Owl...
Boys of Summer-ball; Weekly Update
07/10/2016 - Rice baseball players are staying busy this summer playing in a host of collegiate leagues across the country. Here's a weekly look at the Owls'...
Ford Proctor Named First Team Freshman All-Amer...
07/06/2016 - Rice shortstop Ford Proctor has been named a first team Freshman All-America by D1Baseball.com, the publication announced on Wednesday (July 6).
Boys of Summer-ball; Weekly Update
07/03/2016 - Rice baseball players are staying busy this summer playing in a host of collegiate leagues across the country. Here's a weekly look at the Owls'...
Otto Makes Team USA Roster
07/01/2016 - Rice's Glenn Otto has made the 24-man roster of Baseball USA's 2016 Collegiate National Team and will represent the Owls, and his country, in the...
Glenn Otto Participates In Team USA Training Camp
06/28/2016 - Rice’s Glenn Otto is participating in Baseball USA’s 2016 Collegiate National Team training camp for a chance to represent the Owls,...
Perfect Game Tabs Proctor First Team Freshman...
06/28/2016 - In the election year of 2016 the college baseball vote seems to be for Rice's Ford Proctor in a landslide!
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