2009 Tempe Regional All-Tournament Team
Started 62 of 63 games in his final ORU season, all at second base … batted .304 with 10 home runs and 42 RBI, including .327-5-24 in Summit League games … was one of five players with 10 or more home runs … fourth on the team with 21 multi-hit games … knocked in two or more runs 14 times … had eight games with three or more hits … had four hits in 34-10 win at IPFW (April 30) … was 3-for-4 with two doubles and a home run against North Dakota State (May 21) … ended career as a .315-16-83 hitter in 144 games … helped ORU to three straight Summit League titles and three consecutive NCAA Regional appearances.
Posted second-best average on the team (.340)... played in 42 contests with 34 starts... tallied 10 doubles, one triple, six homers and drove in 36 runs... named to the Tempe Regional All-Tournament Team after leading the Golden Eagles with a .467 average (7-of-15)... posted four doubles, one home run and eight RBI over the four contests in Tempe... tied for second nationally among all hitters in NCAA Regional play with the four two-baggers... one of the hottest hitters for the Golden Eagles down the stretch, batting .375 over the final 25 contests with 35 RBI... recorded 16 multi-hit games and 14 multi-RBI performances... went 2-for-3 with a career-high five RBI, including a double and a homer, in ORU’s 13-3 win over Cal Poly in the opening round of the Tempe Regional... led the offense in the Golden Eagles’ season-ending loss to No. 5 Arizona State, going 2-for-4 with two RBI... posted a career-high four hits against South Dakota State on April 11... went 3-for-6 with two runs scored and two RBI in ORU’s 13-inning victory over Wichita State on May 5.
Played in 40 contests for the Golden Eagles... hit .250 in 16 at-bats with three doubles and four RBI... recorded hits against Pepperdine, BYU, North Dakota State and IPFW... earned a perfect fielding percentage.
Arrived at ORU after spending 2007 at Blinn Junior College ... Played in 16 games, hitting .240 with five
doubles and eight RBI with the Buccaneers ... Hit one home run and stole one base
... Named Collegiate All-American Scholar and Who’s Who Among American Junior
2006 Graduate of Brenham High School in Brenham, Texas ... Named
second-team all-state by the Sports Writers Association and first-team
All-Houston area ... Two time first-team all-district n 2005 and ’06 ... Helped
lead BHS to a 34-4 record and a No. 4
ranking in the nation his senior year ... Named newcomer of the year as a
sophomore in 2004 ... Also lettered in basketball.
Full name is Colby Price ... Son of Brad and Dana Price ... Recreation
Administration Major ... Born on October 26, 1987 in Brenham, Texas ... Chose ORU over
Texas A&M and TCU.