Played in 39 games, including 28 starts, to earn his fourth letter ... Played primarily in right field and designated hitter ... Posted a .250 batting average on the year with 28 hits ... Posted a .359 on-base percentage as he drew 17 walks ... Was 6-of-8 in stolen bases on the year ... Drove in 16 runs and scored 22 ... Notched five doubles and four home runs ... Posted nine multiple-hit games and three multiple-RBI contests ... Drove in three runs and scored three runs at Bowling Green (April 10) ... Posted three hits and drove in three runs in the Cardinals' final two games in the Mid-American Conference Tournament ... Notched two doubles at nationally ranked Arkansas (Feb. 21) ... Drove in three runs at Toledo (May 21) as he recorded his fourth home run.
Saw action in 44 games, including 38 starts to earn his third letter at Ball State ... Played mostly right field and designated hitter ... Posted a .266 batting average on the year with 41 hits ... Drove in 24 runs while scoring 23 ... Tallied 14 doubles, one triple and four home runs ... Also stole six bases ... Recorded 12 multiple-hit games and six multiple-RBI contests ... Drove in a season-high five runs against Buffalo (April 5 - game two) as he notched a pair of doubles ... Tallied three hits on three different occasions, against Austin Peay (March 1), Indiana State (March 25) and Eastern Michigan (May 20) ... Closed the season with five hits in two Mid-American Conference Tournament games ... Posted a seven-game hitting streak.
Played in 42 games, including 30 starts to earn his second letter ... Posted 28 starts in right field and two starts in center field ... Recorded a .248 batting average with 27 hits on the season ... Scored 26 runs and drove in 18 runs ... Tallied seven doubles, two triples and six home runs ... Notched six multiple hit games on the year and four multiple RBI games ... Drove in four runs against Indiana Tech (April 1) ... Posted two three-hit games against Anderson (March 26) and Indiana State (April 15) ... Tallied a nine-game hitting streak from March 9 through April 1 ... Named the Mid-American Conference West Division Player of the Week (March 31) after posting a .455 batting average with three home runs in the Cardinals 4-1 week.
Played in 50 games and started 44 as an outfielder and designated hitter to earn his first letter ... Finished third on the team with seven home runs and second with 28 RBI ... Hit .261 for the season and added eight doubles and eight stolen bases ... Homered in three consecutive games versus Northern Illinois (May 13), IPFW (May 15) and Central Michigan (May 17) ... Racked up a season-high four hits at Ohio (April 6) and picked up three hits at IPFW (May 15) ... Logged a season-best three RBI on three occasions ... Hit safely in nine of his first 10 collegiate games (Feb. 15-March 4) ... Closed the season with a hit in seven straight games, matching his longest streak of the season.
2006 (at Coastal Carolina)
Earned two letters in baseball for coach Keith Potter ... Played center field ... Named first team All-State and Prep Sports Player of the Year as a senior in 2005 ... First team All-Northeast Hoosier Conference as a senior and second team All-NHC as a junior ... Hit .427 for his career with a school record 13 home runs and a school record 78 RBI ... Logged a .473 average as a senior and set single-season school records with 52 hits, 18 doubles, 10 home runs, 49 RBI and 43 runs scored ... Named his team’s Offensive MVP as a senior and Defensive MVP as a junior ... Led the Spartans to a sectional championship and a Top 10 state ranking as a senior ... Played summer baseball for the Diamond Dawgs of the Connie Mack League ... Also lettered two years in football for coach Chad Zolman.
Majoring in sport administration ... Born May 14, 1987, in Fort Wayne, Ind. ... Son of Roger and Cindy Chenoweth ... Has two sisters ... Full name is Ryan Michael Chenoweth.
|Hometown:||Fort Wayne, Ind.|