|Height / Weight:|
5-7 / 170
One of three players battling for the final spot in the outfield... Can play either left or center field... Turned in the best fall of anyone on the team from an offensive standpoint... Understands his offensive role, which is to move runners for the bigger bats in the lineup... The key to playing time rests on the defensive side, where he needs to continue to improve his fielding.
during fall drills
Started all three games in the outfield for the Purple Sox during the Fall Ball World Series... Posted a .250 batting average with a RBI and two runs scored... Had a 2-for-5 afternoon with a RBI and a run scored in the Purple Sox's lone win... Went 1-for-1 in stolen bases during the series.
as a sophomore (2002)
Saw action in 26 games with seven starts in the outfield... Posted a .229 batting average with nine runs scored on 11 hits and eight RBIs... Went a perfect 3-for-3 in stolen base attempts... Was 1-for-2 with a RBI and a run scored in the season opener against Doane on Feb. 12... Earned his first start of the season against Southern Nazarene on Feb. 15, where he went 1-for-4 with a run scored... Went 1-for-3 with a RBI and a run scored in a start against Saint Francis on Feb. 23... Tallied his first multiple-hit game of the season with a 2-for-5 afternoon with two RBIs and two runs scored in the win over Wagner on March 15... The performance tied career-highs in at-bats, runs scored, hits and RBIs... Went 1-for-1 with one RBI against No. 20 Rutgers on March 20... Collected a 1-for-2 day with a RBI in the conference opener against No. 20 Oklahoma State on March 22... Posted two RBIs and a run scored to highlight a 1-for-2 day against C.W. Post on March 27... Compiled a 1-for-1 day with a run scored against No. 8 Nebraska on March 29.
as a freshman (2001)
Saw action in 23 games primarily as a pinch-hitter... Had seven starts in the outfield... Was the primary back-up to starter Kasey Weishaar in left field... Compiled a .175 batting average with five runs scored on seven hits and two RBIs... Earned his first collegiate hit against Texas Tech on March 18 with a 1-for-4 afternoon... Went 1-for-3 with a run scored against Centenary on March 14 with a stolen base... Posted his first extra-base hit, a two-RBI triple, against Creighton on March 28... Scored a pair of runs in a win over Maryland on April 10... Recorded his first mulitple-hit game of the season at Oral Roberts on April 25 with a 2-for-4 performance with a run scored.
at cherry creek high school
A four-year starter and letterman as an outfielder at Cherry Creek High School in Englewood, Colo. ... Earned first team All-Centennial Conference honors as a senior in helping lead the Bruins to a 20-2 overall record, including a perfect 12-0 mark in league play... Posted a .436 batting average with three home runs and 16 RBIs as a senior... Ranked among the top five on the team in six categories, including at-bats (55), hits (24) and runs scored (21)... Recorded 58 stolen bases in 60 attempts as a junior...Went an impressive 3-for-4 with two home runs, six RBIs, three runs scored and two stolen bases in one game in high school... Named the most valuable hitter in the National Connie Mack Tournament... Graduated with academic honors from Cherry Creek... Coached in baseball by Marc Johnson.
(Full name: Bradley Seth Anzman) was born Aug. 13, 1982, in Denver, Colo. ... He is the son of Fred Anzman and Barbara Simon... One of five children, Brad has three older sisters, Jody (25), Jamie (23), Melissa (22), and one younger sister, Shelby (15)... Majoring in business administration.