CAREER HONORS 2010 Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (coaches) 2009 Houston College Classic All-Tournament 2009 QTI Baylor Classic All-Tournament 2009 Big 12 Conference All-Championship 2008 MLB Draft Pick (San Francisco Giants, 46th round) Four-time Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll (Fall 2009-10, Spring 2010-11)
2011 (JUNIOR) Played in 55 games with 49 starts ... Made 26 starts as catcher after moving behind plate during fall practice ... Also started 18 times as designated hitter and five times at third base ... Ranked third on team with 29 runs scored and six sacrifice bunts, fourth with 26 walks and .366 on-base percentage and fifth in multi-hit games (13) ... One of two players with more walks (26) than strikeouts (23) ... Team's toughest player to strikeout (12.4% of at-bats) ... Tied for team lead with three bases-loaded hits ... Made only three errors in 226 chances, posting second-best fielding percentage at .987 ... Started 23 of 27 Big 12 games ... Third on team with .262 (22-for-84) batting average in Big 12 play ... In league played, ranked second in runs scored (15), tied for third in hits (22), third in walks (14) and on-base percentage (.374) ... Had game-tying two-run triple and scored go-ahead run in seventh inning of win vs. No. 21 Rice (3/6) at Houston College Classic ... Had three consecutive singles, walked and scored twice in win at Texas State (3/8) ... Doubled and scored game-tying run in eighth inning vs. Texas Tech (3/18) ... Had three singles, walked and scored twice in 14-13 win vs. TTU (3/19) ... Broke up no-hitter with infield single in sixth inning of series finale at Nebraska (5/1) and scored game-winning run to give Bears first series win in Lincoln since 1997 ... Had go-ahead, two-run double in fourth inning vs. Cal (6/6) in championship game of NCAA Houston Regional.
2010 (SOPHOMORE) Earned honorable mention All-Big 12 honors ... Saw action in 56 games, all starts ... Made first nine starts at second base, then started seven of next eight as designated hitter before settling in at third base for last 39 starts ... Led team with .339 (80-for-236) batting average ... Also led team in hits (80), ranked second in RBI (48) and triples (3) ... Tied for team lead with 11-game hitting streak ... Also had eight-game hitting streak, including string of six straight multi-hit games ... Struck out just 19 times, fewest on team among players with at least 100 at-bats ... Ranked third on team in total sacrifices (9) ... Singled twice and drove in game-tying run in win over No. 22 Georgia (2/21) ... Went 4-for-4 with run and RBI in first game of doubleheader vs. Oral Roberts (3/6) ... Hit RBI single and scored run in series finale vs. ORU (3/7), starting 11-game hitting streak ... Led Baylor to series sweep of Illinois-Chicago, going 9-for-12 with nine RBI and six runs scored vs. Flames ... Tripled, doubled and scored twice in series opener (3/12) ... Went 4-for-5 with double, two runs and four RBI in second game vs. UIC (3/13) ... Went 3-for-3 with homer, double, two runs and four RBI in series finale vs. Flames (3/14) ... Went 3-for-4 with double, two RBI and run scored in win over Kansas (3/27) ... Went 3-for-4 with triple, RBI and run scored in series finale at Missouri (4/4) ... Went 3-for-5 with double, run and RBI in win over No. 23 Texas A&M (4/10) ... Helped Bears take series over Aggies by going 3-for-4 with game-tying RBI single in sixth inning of series finale (4/11) ... Had three of team's seven hits and recorded sixth straight multi-hit game ... Had three-run homer and RBI double in win over UT Arlington (4/14) ... Singled three times and drove in game-winning run on eighth-inning sacrifice fly in series opener vs. Nebraska (4/23) ... Went 4-for-5 with four RBI and two runs in win over No. 11 TCU (4/28) ... Delivered game-tying RBI single in ninth inning at No. 2 Texas (5/1) ... Went 3-for-4 with walk, double, two runs and RBI in win at Texas Tech (5/15) ... Had two singles, RBI and run scored vs. Lamar (6/5) in elimination game at Fort Worth Regional ... Went 2-for-3 with walk at No. 6 TCU (6/6) in final game of season.
2009 (FRESHMAN) Played 46 games with 38 starts ... Started 22 games at second base, 16 times at shortstop and once as designated hitter ... Started at second base twice in team's first four games, moved to shortstop for 16 of next 17 games, then returned to second base for remainder of season ... Also made five appearances as pitcher, posting 2.70 ERA in 6.2 innings of work ... Hit .322 (48-for-149), good for fourth on team ... Ranked third in on-base percentage (.400), fourth in hits and sixth in RBI (28) ... Tied for team lead with two triples, led team in sacrifice bunts (six), and was only starter to walk more times (19) than strikeout (18) ... Fourth on team with 13 multi-hit games and tied for fifth with eight multi-RBI games ... Started season red hot, hitting .455 (25-for-55) through first month ... Went 3-for-5 with double, run and RBI against Pacific (2/21) in first collegiate game ... Went 3-for-4 with RBI vs. BYU (2/23) ... Reached in all five plate appearances, going 2-for-2 with two runs, two RBI and three walks against No. 9 UCLA (2/28) ... Ran string of consecutive times reaching base safely to nine after going 3-for-3 with double, walk, two RBI and run scored against No. 10 Rice (3/1) ... Reached safely in all four plate appearances against South Alabama (3/6), singling twice, walking twice and driving in two runs ... Went 3-for-4 with double, walk and run scored in win over No. 3 Texas A&M (3/16) ... Hit first career homer, doubled, singled, scored twice and drove in career-high five runs at Texas State (3/18) ... Worked 2.0 shutout innings with four strikeouts against Texas State (3/31) ... Hit safely and scored at least once in all three games at Big 12 Championship ... Tripled, walked and scored twice in win over No. 5 Texas (5/20) ... Went 2-for-4 and scored twice against No. 17 K-State (5/21) ... Walked and singled, providing one of Bears' three hits at No. 2 LSU (5/30) in Baton Rouge Regional.
HIGH SCHOOL Played shortstop and pitched for head coach Sam Roberson at Highland Park High School in Dallas, Texas ... Guided Highland Park to regional quarterfinals as senior ... 2008 Perfect Game Rawlings All-Region Team ... Two-time all-state selection ... Four-time all-district and three-time all-area ... Led Scots to 30-9 record and regional finals appearance in 2007 ... Earned second-team all-state honors as junior ... 2005 district newcomer of the year ... Posted .384 career average with .396 career playoff average in 32 postseason games ... Highland Park record 181 career hits ... Hit .498 with 17 home runs and posted 10-0 record with 0.74 ERA as senior ... Hit .429 with five home runs, 35 RBI, 14 doubles, two triples and six stolen bases as junior ... 2007 AABC USA Baseball Junior National Team invitee ... National Honor Society.
PERSONAL Full name is Joseph Michael Hainsfurther ... Born Oct. 21, 1989, in Dallas, Texas ... Son of Mike and Lauri Hainsfurther ... Father and two uncles played Division I collegiate baseball ... Business major.