Oklahoma City, Okla.
Putnam City North
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6-2 / 215
2002 Coaches' Honorable Mention All-Big 12 Conference
2002 Verizon/CoSIDA First Team Academic All-District VII
2003 Dallas Morning News Preseason Second Team
All-Big 12 Conference
The fifth-year senior is battling true freshman Chris Carlson for the starting job at first base... He will play everyday whether it's at first base or at designated hitter... A terrific hitter who served as the Wildcats' primary designated hitter in 2002... Did a great job of protecting Pat Maloney in the lineup, serving as the team's four-hole hitter for much of the season... Must continue to improve his defensive skills to see consistent time at first base... Strong work ethic... Very powerful player with great bat speed... Coaches have high expectations for him this year... Must continue to stay disciplined at the plate.
during fall drills
Started all three games (two at first base and one at designated hitter) for the victorious White Sox during the Fall Ball World Series... Posted a .300 batting average with a RBI and a run scored... Reached base also on a walk and a hit by pitch... Was perfect in the field with nine putouts and zero errors.
on my summer vacation
Played for the Florence (S.C.) Redwolves of the Coastal Plain League (a wood-bat league) for half the summer... Helped the team to a 27-21 overall record with 22 starts... Led the team and ranked 13th in the league with a .304 batting average... Totaled six runs scored on 21 hits with eight RBIs and one home run... Also stole four bases on six attempts.
as a redshirt junior (2002)
Saw action in 54 games with 42 of his 50 starts coming at designated hitter... Named to the honorable mention All-Big 12 team by the league coaches... One of six Wildcats to hit over .300, as he posted a .330 batting average with 42 runs scored on 63 hits and 49 RBIs... Totaled 18 extra-base hits, including eight home runs... Second on the team in six offensive categories, including RBIs, home runs, total bases (99), slugging percentage (.518), walks (25) and hit by pitches (13)... Also ranked among the team's top-5 in runs scored and hits, while his batting average placed fourth... Average never dipped below .321 the entire season with a season-best .538 after the Western Illinois game on March 11... Led the team with 14 multiple-RBI games, including a team-best seven two-RBI games and seven three-RBI games... Also fourth with 29 multiple-hit games... His .430 on-base percentage ranked third behind Pat Maloney and Ty Soto... Reached base with 25 walks and 13 hit by pitches... Combined with Ty Soto to break the school record for single-season hit by pitches (13)... Hit .292 in Big 12 contests with a team-best 23 RBIs and 18 runs scored... Started 25 of the 26 league games... Had three hitting streaks of at least five games, including a season-best 11-game streak from Feb. 24 to March 19... Ended the season on a nine-game hitting streak... Started the season off with three straight multiple-hit games against Doane, Southern Nazarene and Creighton, going 6-for-11 with five RBIs, three extra-base hits and two runs scored... Hit his first career home run in the season opener with Doane on Feb. 12 to highlight a 2-for-3 day... Went 2-for-4 with a season-high three RBIs and a run scored against Southern Nazarene on Feb. 15... Broke out of a mini-slump in the four-game series with Western Illinois on March 10-12, going 8-for-15 with five RBIs, five runs scored and two home runs... Had back-to-back three-hit games against the Leathernecks... The series against WIU started his season-long 11-game hitting streak... Had three RBIs to highlight a 2-for-5 effort against Miami (Ohio) on March 14... Followed with his first career four-hit performance against Wagner on March 15 with two RBIs and two runs scored... Hit a home run with two RBIs and a run scored against Florida Atlantic on March 16... Started Big 12 play strong with a 3-for-5 day against No. 20 Oklahoma State with a RBI on March 22... Went 5-for-12 with two RBIs and two runs scored in the series versus the Cowboys... Had two RBIs in a win over No. 8 Nebraska on March 29... Connected on first career home run in Big 12 play with two walks in the series-clinching win over No. 17 Texas Tech in Lubbock on April 7... Had two hits and a RBI against No. 9 Texas on April 21, which started a four-game streak of multiple-hit games... Scored three runs and collected three RBIs to highlight a 2-for-4 performance against Creighton on April 24... Followed that outing with big offensive series against No. 15 Baylor on April 26-28, going 5-for-12 with six RBIs and four runs scored... Went 2-for-4 in the come-from-behind win against the Bears in game one with three RBIs, two runs scored and a home run... Added three more RBIs and two runs scored in the game-two win... Had another huge offensive series against Missouri on May 10-11 that helped the Wildcats clinch their first-ever bid to the Big 12 Tournament... Went 3-for-8 against the Tigers with six RBIs and a run scored... Followed that with a 5-for-12 series effort in the three-game sweep of archrival Kansas with four runs scored and three RBIs... Compiled a .313 batting average in four starts at the Big 12 Tournament with five runs scored and a team-leading four RBIs... Tallied a hit and scored at least one run in each of the Wildcats' four games... Had two runs scored and a RBI in the elimination win over Baylor on May 23... Hit a home run to highlight a 2-for-4 performance with two RBIs and a run scored in the elimination win over Texas Tech on May 24... Collected a RBI and a run scored in the loss to Nebraska in the semifinals on May 25... Nearly had a grand slam against the Cornhuskers.
as a junior (2001)
Opted for a redshirt year to rehabilitate his arm after surgery during the summer of 2000.
as a sophomore (2000)
Saw action in 25 games as a sophomore, including eight starts as a back-up catcher to co-starters Graham McAllister and Nick Scelfo... An accomplished student in the classroom, boasting a 3.62 GPA in accounting... Named to the GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-District VII first team... Posted a .167 average in 42 at-bats with three runs scored and six RBIs... Picked off five base runners in 14 attempts... Went 2-for-4 with two singles in a loss to Oklahoma State on Feb. 18.
as a freshman (1999)
Saw action in 14 games as a true freshman, including nine starts as a back-up catcher to starter Chet Savage... Posted a .097 average in 31 at-bats with six runs scored and three RBIs... Had a season-high two runs scored in a 22-3 win over Bethany on May 7... Went 1-for-4 in his first collegiate game against San Diego State on Feb. 6 with a season-high two RBIs.
at putnam city north high school
A three-year starter as a catcher for Putnam City North High School in Oklahoma City, Okla. ... Had a .448 average with eight home runs and 39 RBIs as a senior... Garnered all-city and all-state honorable mention honors as a prep senior... Hit .360 with three homers and 28 RBIs and was a Sooner State games participant during junior season... Hit .359 with a pair of home runs and seven RBIs as a sophomore en route to all-city honorable mention honors... Two-time letterwinner as a wide receiver on the gridiron... Had a school-record 46 receptions as a senior... Earned All-Metro Conference and All-District 6A-2 honors his senior season... Was the Putnam City North High School Scholar Athlete-of-the-Year as a senior... Was a recipient of the Oklahoma Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame 1998 Scholar Athlete Award... Was recruited to play both football and baseball by several schools, including some in the Ivy League... Coached in baseball by Jim Taylor.
(Full name: Timothy John Doty II) was born June 3, 1980, in Oklahoma City, Okla. ... He is the son of Tim and Dee Doty... One of two children, Tim has a younger brother, Adam... Majoring in accounting.