Sport: Baseball (1991-93)
A three-time all-American and twice winner of the Dick Howser Award as the nation's top collegiate baseball player, Kieschnick still ranks in the top 10 in eleven different hitting and pitching categories. The three-time Southwest Conference Player of the Year as a pitcher and designated hitter still leads the Longhorns in slugging percentage (.676), and is second in total home runs and third in total RBIs. He helped the Longhorns to back-to-back College World Series appearances in 1992 and 1993, and went on to a professional career that has included six years in the Major Leagues. The 10th pick of the 1993 draft by the Chicago Cubs, he spent time with Chicago, Cincinnati and Colorado before posting his best season with Milwaukee in 2003. He currently is in the 12th year of his professional career and is with the Class AAA Round Rock Express in the Houston Astros organization.