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  Tulane Baseball

2004 - 2005 Class

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  Pos/l-r Name School City/St. B/T Ht. / Wt
1 P / 1st Sean Morgan Clements HS Sugar Land, TX L/R 6'3" 215
2 P Stephen Porlier Elkins HS Sugar Land, TX R/R 6'3" 190
3 INF Brad Emaus East Coweta HS Senoia, GA R/R 6'0" 185
4 OF Warren McFadden Nova HS Plantation, FL R/R 6'0" 185
5 P/OF Peter Connick Jesuit HS New Orleans, LA L/L 5'11" 165
6 P Jonathan Garrett St. Paul's HS Mandeville, LA R/R 6' 3" 190
7 INF Cat Everett Lamar HS Houston, TX B/R 5'10" 170
8 OF Matt Riser Pearl River, C.C. Picayune, MS ?.? 5'10" 180

Top 200 Seniors Teamonebaseball.com and Top 100 Baseball America

Morgan, Porlier, Emaus & McFadden

Additional information on the players:

Sean Morgan:


Tournament Co-Outstanding Pitcher

Perfect Game / Baseball America

WWBA Fall Championships, October 2003:


Houston Heat right hander Sean Morgan (Clements High, Sugar Land, Texas) shared the honor with Gallardo. A 6-foot-1, 185-pound senior who has committed to Tulane, Morgan went 2-0, 0.00 with 17 punchouts in 12 innings.


Stephen Porlier:


2003 USA Junior National Team (story)


Perfect Game Profile (scroll down to his name)


Top 5 2004 Southern Top Prospect, Perfect Game (link)


Brad Emaus:


2003 AFLAC All American (link)


East Cobb Yankees (with picture at airport)


Career summary:

Brad plays ss for is high School at East Coweta.  The school is located in Sharpsburg Ga. and is an AAAAA school.  Brad has started every game while attending EC as a freshman on.  Last spring he helped the Indians become State Runner-ups in one of the toughest states to win a championship in.  He batted 490 while leading all AAAAA players in home runs with 14.  A slugging percentage of over 1100 set many records at his high school.  His fielding percentage was 969 last year!  Brad was the Atlanta Journal Constitution and the Newnan Times Herald Player of the Year.  During the summer Brad played for the East Cobb Yankees where they won the Connie Mack World Series. In the World Wooden Bat Championship a month ago in Jupiter Fl., the East Cobb team did not lose a game while capturing this championship.  In years past, Brad has played for the East Cobb Astros in both his freshman year, and his sophomore year during the summer.  While playing for the Astros, Brad has captured 2 Gold Medals in the AAU Junior Olympics, won the Select Six Tournament in Boston, won the CABA World Series and was MVP of that event, won the Super Seven Series and the World Wooden Bat Underclassman Championship.  Brad was selected to All Tournament Teams in all those events.  


Warren McFadden:

All Tournament Team

Perfect Game/Baseball America

WWBA Fall Championships, October 2003


2003 AFLAC All American (link)


Sun-Sentinel article


All Broward 6A-4A team (with picture, Miami Herald)


Peter Connick:


1st District Championship Awards (American Legion)

Judge Bernard Bagert Award (Leading Pitcher) - Peter Connick

Jonathan Garrett:


2003 WWBA Championships (link)

Bill Hood 7 (4-0), Austin Baseball Club 2 (2-2)

RHP Jonathan Garrett ('04, St. Paul's HS, Mandeville, LA) threw a complete game 3-hitter and Bill Hood broke open a close game with a 4-run 6th inning as they moved to 4-0 in pool play with a 7-2 victory over Austin Baseball Club. Bill Hood had managed just 1 hit off Austin RHP Kye Kolar ('03, Virginia) entering the 6th inning, an Rbi double by RF Grayden Greiner ('03, Tulane) in the first inning, but had scratched together 3 runs through walks and Austin fielding miscues. Rbi doubles in the 6th by SS Brandon Rousseve (Meridian CC), CF Brandon Belcher ('03, Alabama) and LF Charlie Kingery ('03, McNeese State) put the game out of reach, though. Austin's offensive effort was highlighted by 3B Nick Peoples ('03, Texas), who had a 2 Rbi triple in the 3rd inning.

Matt Riser:


Wildcats sign

POPLARVILLE - Four Pearl River Community College baseball players signed with major colleges.

Picayune outfielder Matt Riser, who hit .359 with 16 doubles last year, signed with Tulane.




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