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Texas ex Brooks Kieschnick to be inducted into Southwest Conference Hall of Fame

Posted July 3rd, 2018

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Texas baseball is getting closer to a full lineup of inductees in the Southwest Conference Hall of Fame.

On Tuesday, the Texas Sports Hall of Fame announced that Brooks Kieschnick will be the latest Longhorn inducted into the SWC Hall of Fame in September. He will be the eighth Longhorns baseball player or coach to receive the honor.

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Brooks Kieschnick takes a wave during this 1991 first round NCAA Central Regional game against the University of Alabama-Birmingham. Kieschnick smashed a three-run homer over the right field fence. (Ralph Barrera/American-Statesman)

Kieschnick played at Texas from 1991 to 1993, earning first-team All-America and AP/SWC Player of the Year honors in each of his three seasons. The Longhorns reached the College World Series twice (1992, 1993) during that stretch.

He joins Roger Clemens, Billy Disch, Bibb Falk, Cliff Gustafson, Burt Hooton, Tex Hughson and Ernie Koy.

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