Brian Guler

Freshman
First Base - 1B
Height: 6-1
Weight: 210
Bats/Throws - L/L
Hometown: New Rockford, N.D.

High School: New Rockford and Pelican Rapids ('09)
Major: Undecided

Batting Statistics
Year
GP
Avg
AB
R
H
2B
3B
HR
RBI
TB
SLG
BB
HBP
2010
                         
Total
                         
Year
GP
SO
GDP
OB%
SF
SH
SB-ATT
PO
A
E
FLD%
2010
                     
Total
                     
 

Personal: Four-year All-Conference in baseball...team captain in his senior year...four-year letter-winner in baseball, football and basketball...hobbies include hunting, fishing, snowmobiling and skiing...son of Ann and Tim...has an older brother, Eric, and an older sister, Gretchen

Why did you choose Concordia? “Great tradition."

 

___________________________The GULER File

Nickname: Guler, Gu

Favorite place to visit: Germany

Favorite food: Wings

Favorite restaurant: Buffalo Wild Wings

Favorite movies: Black Sheep

Favorite TV Show: Sportscenter, Family Guy and CSI: Miami

Favorite musical groups: Young Money, Jay Sean

Favorite book: 33-Year-Old Rookie

Favorite holiday: Christmas

One thing I can't live without: Oreos and milk

What is the best gift you ever received: Drum set

The one person I would most like to meet: Roger Maris

Greatest personal sports moment: Winning state basketball

If I were to play another sport it would be: Basketball

Favorite pro sports team: Minnesota Twins

My dream job is: Doing something I enjoy

The most unusual thing about me that the average person would not know: I caught a 51-inch muskie

Before each game I: Prepare mentally

First CD I ever owned: Now 8

One thing I have to do before I turn 40: Go to the Baseball Hall of Fame

If I could be on any TV reality show it would be: Survivor

The best thing about Fargo-Moorhead is: Concordia

This summer I: Will enjoy the lake, play baseball and find a job

Favorite part of practice or Gameday: Is warming up

Favorite cartoon character: Mickey Mouse because he makes everyone happy

Best thing about Concordia baseball: The coaches