Alumni Briefs: Tambur, McSpadden, Villareal, Salazar

Micah Tambur – Lehman

A .313 batting average and .375 slugging percentage in 16 games played was how Micah Tambur closed his second season at Southwest College in New Mexico. Tambur notched five hits and scored twice this season, while also driving in two runs batted in. On the diamond, Tambur finished with a .943 fielding percentage and had 33 put-outs.

Ryan McSpadden – Hays

While missing the 2016 season, Ryan McSpadden closed his cross country career at Dallas Baptist University with a plethora of honors, as well as being named to the Heartland Commissioners Honor Roll all four years in college. McSpadden’s best finish came in 2015 when he finished eighth at the UCO Land Run in Edmonton, Okla.

Patrick Villareal – Lehman

A four-year career on the track at Dallas Baptist University came to a close for Patrick Villarreal, who assisted the Patriots to a second place finish in the 2015 Heartland Conference Championship. Villarreal’s best finish came in 2015 when he finished second place in the men’s outdoor 5,000-meter run in the McMurry University War Hawk Classic.

Aspen Salazar – Hays

In her second season at Luna Community College, Aspen Salazar finished with a .317 batting average and a whopping .417 slugging percentage during the 2017 season. Salazar compiled 46 hits, including 11 doubles and a home run at the plate. She finished by scoring 27 runs in 145 at-bats. On defense, Salazar had 95 put-outs and 15 assists.

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