Dores take on Tigers in Jackson, host Georgia
Early mistakes too much to overcome for Commodores
Victory gives Corbin career win number 600
Turner enters weekend on 23-game hitting streak
Commodores host MTSU, travel to Arkansas this week
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Career Game Highs
COACH CORBIN QUOTE - Tyler is very serious about everything that he does. His `care level' for his personal development as well as the team's is very high. He is the consummate student-athlete and high achiever (Dean's List). We used him quite frequently last year in several roles. I expect that he will do more of the same this year. Tyler is a very reliable personality and athlete.
2014 - Pegged with his first loss of the season allowing a career-high seven runs, five earned, on six hits over 4.1 innings at Tennessee... Earned his fifth win of the year with six quality innings against Kentucky 3/30 allowing two runs, one earned, on six hits with no walks and five strikeouts... Tossed six scoreless innings to notch his fourth win of the season scattering two hits and fanning three at Mississippi State 3/23... Lasted just 3.2 innings in a no decision against LSU 3/15 G2 allowing two runs, one earned, on one hit with three strikeouts and two walks... Pushed his career-best to seven innings pitched with seven strong to earn the win over Winthrop 3/9 allowing one run on four hits with six strikeouts... Upped his career-high for innings pitched for the third straight start going six-plus innings in no decision vs. Stanford 3/2 allowing two runs on five hits with six strikeouts... Earned his second win of the season with a career-high 5.2 innings of work against UIC 2/23 and a career-best seven strikeouts allowing one run on three hits and three walks... Made his 2014 season debut and first career start in the weekend rotation at Long Beach State 2/16 tossing a career-best 5.1 innings to earn the win, allowed two unearned runs on one hit with no walks and three strikeouts.
2013 - Started four games and pitched in four more for the Dores in his first season at Vanderbilt, working into a midweek starter role during the season... Took his first career loss giving up three runs on five hits in just 1.1 innings against Tennessee Tech 4/16... Earned his third win of the year allowing two runs on six hits over five innings of a start against UT-Martin 4/9... Started his second career game, pitching 4.2 innings against MTSU 4/2 allowing two runs on three hits and a career-high four walks and four strikeouts... Picked up the win out of the bullpen with 4.2 scoreless innings of relief walking three and fanning three against Lipscomb 3/26... Turned in two scoreless innings with two strikeouts against Eastern Illinois 3/5... Earned the win in his first career start going five scoreless innings against Evansville 2/27 scattering three hits... Gave up two runs on two hits in 1.1 innings at Belmont 2/19... Made his collegiate debut on Opening Day allowing three runs on four hits over two innings in win over Long Beach State 2/15.
HIGH SCHOOL- Two-time Team MVP, co-Player of the Year in Tri-River Athletic Conference in 2012, two-time First Team selection by the Fresno Bee, Second Team All-State pick in 2012... Team won two conference titles (2010, 2012)... Lettered three years in baseball and was team captain as a senior... Played summer ball with teammate Xavier Turner, Max Schrock (South Carolina), Ryan Burr (Arizona State) and Chris Oliver (Arkansas)... Played summer ball for the Midland Redskins finishing with a 54-4 record... Was a 40th round pick by the San Francisco Giants in 2012.
ACADEMICS- Ferguson is undecided on a major and was a SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll selection as a freshman.
PERSONAL- Tyler Clark Ferguson... Born 10/5/93... Son of Jennifer and Jim Ferguson... Has one sister, Ashley... Nickname is Fergie... Favorites include Justin Verlander (baseball player), New York Yankees (baseball team), Moneyball and Hitch (movies)... Says he would be a doctor if not an athlete... Actor Christian Bale would play him in a movie about his life... Uses the word dedicated to describe himself... Roommates with Chris Harvey and Steven Rice... Chose Vanderbilt because of the amazing coaching staff and program and a top-notch education.