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Reid  Brees

Austin, Texas

High School:
Westlake HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 215





• 2005 Honorable Mention All-Big 12 Conference (Big 12 Coaches)
• 2005 Second-Team All-Big 12 Conference (Dallas Morning News)
• 2005 Honorable Mention All-Big 12 Conference (
• 2005 Judge Fred Harris 110% Award (selected by Baylor players)
• 2004 First-Team All-Big 12 Conference (Dallas Morning News)
• 2004 First-Team All-Big 12 Conference (Waco Tribune-Herald)
• 2004 First-Team All-Big 12 Conference (
• 2004 Second-Team All-Big 12 Conference (coaches)
• 2004 Second-Team All-Big 12 Conference (Austin American-Statesman)
• 2004 Second-Team All-Big 12 Conference (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)

• 2nd in Big 12 batting average (.356)
• t-9th in Big 12 doubles (18)
• t-8th in Big 12 times hit by pitch (8)
• 8th in Big 12 on base percentage (.426)
• t-10th in Big 12 sacrifices (7)

2005 (SENIOR)
• Missed the Big 12 Tournament with bruised sternum
• Started all 27 games in Big 12 play
• Recorded 13 multiple-hit and five multiple-RBI games
• Season-long nine-game hitting streak from April 19 to May 3
• Enjoyed a 10-game hitting streak in conference play (4/22-5/20)
• Ranked 13th in Big 12 with .319 batting average in league games
• 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles and an RBI at Arizona State (2/25)
• 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles, his lone home run of the season and a season-high 3 RBI vs. Long Beach State (3/6)
• 2-for-2 with two runs, two RBI at Kansas (4/16)
• 3-for-3 with a run and an RBI vs. Missouri (5/20)
• 1-for-3 with a home run and four RBI vs. UT-San Antonio (6/4)
• Had an RBI triple in 7-1 win over Clemson (6/12)
• Hit .318 (35-for-110) with runners on base, .373 (19-for-51) in Big 12
• Collected 10 two-out RBI

• Remained at Baylor to continue rehabilitation.

2004 (JUNIOR)
• Became third player in Baylor history to hit .400 in Big 12 Conference play, posting a league-best .404 mark • Big 12 average ranked fourth in school history
• Also led conference with 14 doubles in league play, four more than any other player and most ever by a Baylor player in a Big 12 season
• Ranked third in league play with 40 hits
• Hit safely in 21 of 25 Big 12 games with streaks of nine and eight games
• Did not go more than six conference at bats without a hit
• Led team with 12 multiple-hit games in Big 12 play
• Ranked ninth overall in Big 12 with .355 batting average
• .400 hitter (36-for-90) with bases empty, .304 (24-for-79) with runners on base
• Went 2-for-3 with an RBI double in game two of doubleheader at Long Beach State (2/21)
• Had a triple in first game of doubheader against Arizona (2/28)
• Was 2-for-5 with a run scored against Vanderbilt (3/14)
• Went 2-for-4 with a walk, a run and an RBI double at Texas A&M (3/19)
• Went 1-for-4 with two-run double against Northwestern State (3/23)
• Had two hits and an RBI at Oklahoma (3/26)
• Went 8-for-14 in Missouri series with at least two hits in each game
• Recorded first career four-hit game in the Saturday contest, going 4-for-6 with two runs scored
• Enjoyed a career-long 11-game hitting streak March 19 through April 4
• Went 3-for-5 with an RBI and three doubles against Oklahoma State (4/11)
• Went 2-for-4 with two RBI and a run scored against Sam Houston State (4/13)
• Plated two and went 1-for-3 with a sacrifice fly against Kansas (4/25)
• Homered and went 2-for-2 with two runs, three RBI and a sacrifice fly against Texas Southern (4/28)
• Went 5-for-11 with four runs, an RBI and two doubles in the Kansas State series, hitting safely in all three games
• Hit a walk-off RBI double against Dallas Baptist, scoring pinch runner Jake Rippee for the winning run (5/4)
• Was 2-for-3 with a run against Texas State (5/12)
• Went 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles, a run and an RBI against Nebraska (5/14)
• Was 3-for-4, came a double shy of the cycle, scored three runs and had an RBI against Nebraska (5/16)
• Went 4-for-6 with two doubles, a triple, three runs and four RBI at Texas Tech (5/22)
• Was 3-for-5, came a triple shy of the cycle, scored a run and had two RBI at Texas Tech (5/23)
• Missed Big 12 Conference Tournament due to staph infection

• Led the Central Illinois Collegiate League in RBI (32) and tied for the conference lead in home runs (six) as his Danville Dans won the Eastern Division and the CICL league title
• Also finished among the league leaders in batting, slugging, runs scored, hits, total bases and stolen bases
• Named the league's top player in the first half of the summer
• Made the CICL's final all-star team and was named Co-Player of the Tournament for the league's playoffs
• Hit .285 and was 13-of-14 on steals

• Saw extensive time at DH against left-handed pitching
• Made his first collegiate start as DH at UC Irvine (2/28)
• Went 2-for-3 and scored a run in that game
• Came off the bench and recorded first collegiate home run against Centenary, a two-run, pinch-hit shot (5/6)
• Homered in the fourth inning as Baylor built its lead in an eventual 7-5, 14-inning win over Nebraska at the Big 12 Tournament (5/24)

• Struck out in his only at-bat of the year, coming off the bench against Texas State (4/9)

• Sat out season as a non-medical redshirt

• Two-year letterwinner at Westlake High School in Austin, Texas
• Helped lead his team to district championship in junior and senior seasons under coach Jim Darilek
• Hit .399 as a senior with 15 doubles and three triples
• Named first-team all-district, All-CenTex and all-state as a senior
• Also played four years of football (tight end) and four years of basketball

• Full name is Reid Wilson Brees
• Born June 19, 1981, in Dallas, Texas
• Son of Chip Brees and Mina Brees
• Brother of Drew Brees, former Purdue quarterback and Heisman Trophy candidate, and 2004 NFL Comeback Player of the Year with the San Diego Chargers
• Uncle Marty Akins quarterbacked at Texas
• Comes from a Green and Gold family; his stepmother, two aunts, an uncle, and two grandparents all attended Baylor
• Chose Baylor over TCU and Purdue
• Considers his brother Drew to be the most influential person in his life

Hits: 4, twice
Runs: 3, twice
Doubles: 3 vs. Oklahoma State (4/11/04)
Triples: 1, five times
Home Runs: 1, seven times
RBI: 4, twice
Stolen Bases: 1 at TCU (4/19/05)
Walks: 2, seven times
Hitting Streak: 11 games (3/19/04 through 4/4/04)

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