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Saturday, July 27th, 2024

at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center

6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
For table sponsorship info: Call David Thetford – 806-777-0677
or send an email request to: [email protected]

Clint Bryant

Class of 2017

Clint Bryant | 1989-1992 | Monterey High School | Baseball, Basketball

Clint Bryant was an outstanding baseball and basketball player at Monterey High School from 1989-1992.

During the 1990-91 basketball season, Bryant was the MVP of the Borger Tournament, and was named to the Fina All-State Scholar Athlete Team. The 1991-92 season he was named All-District, City Player of the Year, South Plains Player of the Year, All Region 1st Team and Academic All-State. Bryant is still the all-time career leader in steals at Monterey, and is the only player in the school’s history to have 7 steals in two different games. He was voted MVP by his coaches and teammates his senior year.

On the 1992 MHS Baseball Team, Bryant was named All-City (Player of the Year), All-District, All South Plains, and All-State. He received a scholarship to play baseball at Texas Tech.

Bryant played baseball for the Red Raiders from 1993-1996. He is the most decorated All-American in Texas Tech Baseball history. He was the Southwestern Conference Freshman of the Year, named All-Southwest Conference in three of his four seasons, and SWC Player of the Year in 1995 and 1996, as well as SWC Male Athlete of the Year. He was named 1st Team All-American in 1995 and 1996 – the first Red Raider to ever earn 1st Team honors in back-to-back seasons. In 1995, he was a finalist for the Golden Spikes Award, given to the college player of the year. Bryant continues to be near, or at the top of nine different career-leader offensive stats.

In the 1995 season, Texas Tech was the SWC Tournament Champion. They advanced to the postseason in each of Bryant’s final two seasons, falling a win shy of the College World Series in 1995.

After college, Bryant was a 7th round draft pick of the Colorado Rockies. He was inducted into the Texas Tech Athletic Hall of Fame in 2006, and the SWC Hall of Fame in 2014. His baseball jersey, number 23, is retired at Texas Tech.
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