The Boilermakers host Nebraska for the first time since 1907 for Alexander Field stadium dedication weekend.
Purdue Personal Preferences Favortie Coach: Ryan McGinnis
In His MP3 Player: Taylor Swift
Favorite Month: July
Favorite Holiday: Thanksgiving
Favorite Food: Steak
Favorite Building on Campus: Lambert Fieldhouse
Continent He'd Most Like to Visit: Africa
Favorite Outdoor Activity: Fishing
Another Sport He Enjoys Playing: Basketball
Animal Friend: Magic, Cow
Enjoyed This Professor's Class: Thomas Templin, Health & Kinesiology
Other Hobbies: Fishing Up North with Uncle & Grandpa
MLB First-Year Player Draft Selected by the Minnesota Twins in the 40th round of the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Draft... selected by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 42nd round of the 2009 MLB First-Year Player Draft.
2013 Season Schreiber pitched in 19 games and started nine times... started the opening game of the first six weekends of the season as well as the finales of the Penn State, Northwestern and Illinois series... was the starting pitcher in the first ever game at Alexander Field (March 22 vs. Ohio State)... struck out three of the four batters he faced to earn the save in the middle game of the Southern Illinois series, his first save since 2010... worked six innings of one-run ball, striking out seven, to earn the win in the series opener at Evansville... also gave Purdue a quality start (6 IP, 4 H, 3 R, 2 K) in the win against Samford at Mississippi State's tournament... struck out a career-high nine in his start at Penn State, fanning nine of the 24 batters he faced... worked four innings of two-hit ball, surrendering just one earned run, in the season opener against Connecticut in his first outing since April 2011... after control was an issue during the first half of the season, did not issue a walk in any of his last six outings of the year... made two appearances out of the bullpen in Big Ten series against Nebraska, Michigan and Iowa... continues to rank second in program history in strikeouts per nine innings (8.877).
2012 Season Redshirted due to injury
2011 Season Big Ten Pitcher of the Week (March 28)... Schreiber made eight starts on the mound before suffering a season-ending elbow injury during his start at Penn State... also started four games at designated hitter early in the season before opting to concentrate on pitching fulltime... honored with the team's Mr. Boilermaker Award for his positive attitude... worked at least five innings and did not give up more than four runs in all of his eight starts... was leading the Big Ten in batting average against (.209) and strikeouts (50) when he went down for the year... earned Big Ten Pitcher of the Week honors for his six innings of three-hit ball, striking out seven, in the home win against Bradley... Purdue went 6-2 in the games he started, losing only his starts at Tennessee-Martin and Penn State after the opposition rallied against the bullpen... limited right-handed hitters to a .185 batting average... help opposing batters to a .203 batting average with two outs in an inning... struck out seven while limiting Pittsburgh to two earned over six innings in his win at the Big East/Big Ten Challenge, his first collegiate weekend start... took a no-hitter into the sixth inning of his win at Morehead, working six innings of one-run ball... struck out seven over five innings in his win at Lipscomb... saved the bullpen in the finale of the Tennessee-Martin series, working seven innings and leaving the game with Purdue leading 6-4... struck out a career-high eight over six innings, not factoring in the decision in the rubber game win at Tennessee Tech... limited Bradley to just three singles and did not issue a walk in his six scoreless innings to earn the win... missed his start in the Big Ten-opening series at Minnesota due to illness... came back with six innings of two-run ball, striking out seven but not factoring in the decision in the game two win against Michigan... had surrendered only two hits over 5 1/3 innings before leaving the game due to arm stiffness at Penn State... Purdue Single-Season Rankings: seventh in strikeouts per nine innings (9.51), 13th in fewest hits allowed per nine innings (6.850) and 15th in fewest walks and hits per nine innings (1.099).
2010 Season Big Ten All-Freshman Team ... Schreiber started 18 games and made 17 appearances as a pitcher ... started 17 games at designated hitter and game one of the Eastern Kentucky series on the mound ... registered two wins and two saves on the mound, all in the second half of the season ... posted a 2.61 ERA and .262 batting average against over six relief appearances in Big Ten play ... went 5-for-10 as a pinch hitter, leading the team in hits ... compiled a 2.61 ERA and .238 batting average against in his six relief appearances at home ... hit all four of his home runs and 11 of his 15 RBIs in true road games ... gave up only three hits and one run in 7 2/3 innings over five appearances in midweek action ... batted .306 with five extra-base hits in March ... was one of the top relievers in April, compiling a 2.45 ERA and .190 batting average against in 11 innings over seven appearances... made six relief appearances in May, posting a 1.86 ERA and issuing only one walk in 9 2/3 innings ... Big East/Big Ten Challenge (Feb. 26-March 1): started as the DH in the final three games and also pitched against Cincinnati and West Virginia, finishing the weekend 5-for-13 with two doubles and two RBIs; delivered a pinch hit RBI single in his first college at-bat and had two hits against Rutgers and WVU ... at Southern Illinois (March 5-7): started all three games at DH, going 3-for-5 with a two-run homer and season-high four RBIs in the game one win ... at Eastern Kentucky (March 16-17): gave up four runs over 2 1/3 innings in his lone start of the season ... at Missouri (March 30-31): went 3-for-6 in the midweek series, tripling as a pinch hitter in game one and connecting for a solo home run in game two ... Minnesota (April 2-4): started games two and three at DH, going 3-for-9 with a double; also pitched three innings of relief in the middle game of the series ... at Michigan (April 9-11): delivered an RBI single as the DH in game two and worked a 1-2-3 eighth inning in the rubber game ... at IPFW (April 27): earned a save with 2 1/3 innings of hitless relief in the one-run victory ... at Indiana (April 30-May 2): connected for a two-run homer and scored three times in the game one win; worked 2 2/3 innings of relief, allowing one earned run, in the rubber game win ... Michigan State (May 8-10): did not bat in the series but pitched an inning and two-thirds of one-hit relief in the game two win ... Butler (May 18): worked two innings of one-hit relief in the midweek win ... at Iowa (May 21-22): connected for a pinch hit two-run homer and retired both batters he faced in relief in the series finale ... Big Ten Tournament (May 26-28): earned a save in the win against Indiana with 2 1/3 innings of scoreless relief; also pitched in the elimination loss to Iowa.
High School Earned four varsity letters in baseball at Kimberly High School in Kimberly, Wis. ... Wisconsin State Player of the Year his junior and senior years ... Helped lead Kimberly to the 2007 state championship ... Also played football and basketball in high school ... Team won 2007 state championship on the gridiron.
Personal Full name is Bradley Joseph Schreiber ... Born Feb. 13, 1991 in Appleton, Wis. ... Son of Jim and Maria Schreiber ... Has three brothers, Eric, Mitch and Scott, and one sister, Alyssa ... Majoring in health and physical education ... Lists fishing with his grandfather, brothers and cousins as one of his hobbies.