Crimson Tide limited to three hits by Tigers' starter Aaron Nola
The second game of the season between Crimson Tide and Blazers set for 6:05 PM
Crimson Tide held to two hits in the game but leaves nine on base
Crimson Tide gets five strong innings from Hawley and a pair of RBIs from Overstreet
FRESHMAN (2012): Became first true freshman to start the season opener for the Crimson Tide since freshmen were allowed to play Division I baseball in 1973 ... finished the season with a 5.51 ERA, going 4-2 with 16 appearances and eight starts, including three "quality starts" ... pitched a total of 47.1 innings ... led the team with four wins ... earned his fourth win after tossing three innings in relief against Troy (May 15), allowing three hits, three runs (one earned) while walking two and striking out three ... threw for 6.0 innings against Vanderbilt (April 21), allowing two runs on one hit with four walks and a career-high seven strikeouts, surpassing his previous season-high of four strikeouts ... threw 2.1 innings of relief in the first game of series at LSU (April 13), allowing two hits and two runs, both earned, walking one and striking out two ... threw 4.0 innings of relief in the first game of series against Auburn (April 6), allowing one earned run off five hits to grab his third victory ... in 1.1 scoreless innings of no-hit relief at South Alabama (April 3), he allowed one walk and hit one batter, with one strikeout ... pitched 6.0 innings against No. 20 Louisville (March 10), facing a season-high 29 batters and allowing two earned runs on eight hits with two strikeouts ... made his second career start in the first game of the home series against Arkansas Pine-Bluff (Feb. 24), pitching 6.0 innings with four strikeouts and no runs after facing 22 batters ... threw 5.0 innings in the season opener against Florida Atlantic (Feb. 17), allowing one earned run on three hits with four strikeouts and two walks, retiring the first nine batters before allowing a single run in the fourth inning.
HIGH SCHOOL: Selected by the New York Yankees in the 39th round of the 2011 MLB Draft ... named an honorable mention class 5A all-state honoree following his senior season at Zachary High School ... named the District 5-5A Most Valuable Player ... 2011 all-district 5-5A first-team selection ... named a preseason Southeast Region Second Team All-American by Perfect Game USA ... led 2010 team to a 5-5A district title ... voted to the class 5A-4A all-metro and Louisiana Sports Writers Association's Class 5A All-State team as a junior ... was named first team all-state, first team all-district and team MVP his junior year ... posted a 10-3 record with a 1.40 ERA in 2010 ... helped his 2009 team win a state championship his sophomore year.
PERSONAL: Born Taylor Michael Guilbeau on May 12, 1993, in Baton Rouge, La. ... son of Robby and Anna Guilbeau ... majoring in criminal justice.