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#22 Brian Guymon
Position: Outfield
Bats: R
Throws: R
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 202
Year: Junior
Hometown: Centennial, Colo.
High School: Arapahoe
Guymon Photos

Off The Farm
• Played for Westhampton in the summer of 2012
• .304 average, five doubles, seven home runs, 11 RBI, .633 slugging pct.
• Played for the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League's Westhampton Aviators in the summer of 2011
• Third on the team with .286 average over 25 games with nine runs and 12 RBI
• Five doubles, one triple and five home runs

As a Junior (2013)
• Started 6 games, played in 14 games
• Went 2-3 as a DH against Pacific
• RBI double in only at-bat against Arizona on April 20th

As a Sophomore (2012)
• Hit .250 with one RBI in 20 at-bats
• Pair of base hits in as many at-bats in first two games of campaign
• Season-high five putouts in starting effort at St. Mary's
• Finished season with season at Florida State during NCAA Super Regional

As a Freshman (2011)
• Reserve corner outfielder played in 24 games
• Six starts in left field
• Six starts in right field
• Six starts as designated hitter
• Hit .283 with eight runs and one RBI
• Recorded at least one hit in 10 of 11 games from mid-April to early May
• Three-hit game in series clincher vs. No. 11 UCLA
• Two-out single in the ninth against UCLA to start a four-run comeback victory
• First collegiate RBI came in series opener with UCLA
• Two-strike, two-out single in the ninth against No. 9 Oregon State on mother's birthday The Guymon File
• Earned four varsity letters in baseball and two in soccer at Arapahoe (Colo.)
• Hit .465 as a senior with a .556 on-base percentage and .860 slugging percentage
• 2010 all-state
• 2010 all-Centennial League
• 2008 all-state
• 2008 all-Centennial League
• Two-time team MVP
• Team advanced to state tournament in 2007, 2008 and 2010
• Arapahoe won the league title in 2008
• Team captain during senior season
• Son of Trey and Cathie Guymon
• One younger sister, Dana
• Uncle, Tom Parchen, played baseball at Northern Colorado