Breckin Williams
Breckin  Williams


Oronogo, Mo.

High School:
Webb City

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 214



Mizzou Places 91 on Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll

The 2015 SEC Spring Honor Roll was announced on Tuesday by the league office


Mizzou, Tim Jamieson Reach Three-Year Agreement

After finishing third in SEC East with a young team, Jamieson signs extension.


Mizzou Falls to Commodores, 7-6, in 10 Innings

Fairbanks fans 10 Commodores on short rest, but Vandy scores four time over final four innings.


No. 7 Mizzou Advances With 5-1 Win Over South Carolina

McClain, Williams were brilliant on the mound in win.


No. 7 Mizzou Advances With 5-1 Win Over South Carolina

McClain, Williams were brilliant on the mound in win.


Missouri Baseball vs. Ole Miss - May 1, 2015

Missouri Baseball vs. Ole Miss


Missouri Baseball vs. Florida - April 5, 2015

Missouri Baseball vs. Florida


Missouri Baseball vs. SEMO - April 29, 2014

Missouri Baseball vs. SEMO


Missouri Baseball vs. Mississippi State - April 20, 2014

Missouri Baseball vs. Mississippi State


Missouri Baseball vs. Mississippi State - April 19, 2014

Missouri Baseball vs. Mississippi State

• Second Team All-SEC honoree after leading the SEC and the Tigers with 13 saves on the season.
• His 13 saves on the season are a new school record, passing former Tiger great Ryan Stegall who had 12 in 2000.
• Now has 16 career saves, tied for the third-most in program history with former standout Travis Wendte (2002-06).
• Named to the NCBWA Stopper of the Year Award Midseason Watch List, honoring the top reliever in college baseball.
• Posted a 1.98 ERA in 25 appearances, spanning 36.1 innings while scattering just 32 hits with 39 strikeouts.
• Allowed just nine walks on the season and limited batters to .235 hitting.
• Recorded a win or save in all nine of Mizzou's one-run wins in 2015.
• Earned a win and a save in each game of a doubleheader on two separate occasions in 2015 -- vs. Iona (2/13) and vs. UIC (2/28).
• Struck out a career-high five batters over 2.1 innings in game two of a doubleheader at Georgia (3/14), earning his third win of the season in extra innings.
• Had multiple strikeouts in 10 of his 25 appearances and allowed just six extra-base hits all season.
• Twice had situations of second and third, no outs -- once inherited and once of his own doing -- and worked out of both spots without allowing a run, earning saves in both games: vs. Ole Miss (5/1) and vs. South Carolina in the SEC Tournament (5/19), the latter of which was inherited.
• His school record-breaking 13th save came on May 19 against South Carolina in the SEC Tournament, tossing 2.0 innings to earn the save.
• Had 12 appearances in which he did not allow a hit.

• Appeared in 26 games out of the bullpen, posting a 3-1 record with a 2.52 ERA over 35.2 innings.
• Pitched the most innings (35.2) out of any pitcher who did not start a game.
• Struck out the sixth-most batters on the team with 23.
• Gave up 10 earned runs, 14 runs, and 43 hits on the season.
• Earned back-to-back saves against UW-Milwaukee on March 18th and 19th.

• Appeared in 20 games, spanning 18.2 innings and compiled an 18.2 ERA while boasting an incredible 21-5 strikeout-walk ratio, the best on the team.
• Was 0-3 on the year with one save, coming against Eastern Michigan in which he threw 0.1 innings on March 6.
• Struck out a career-best four over 3.0 innings at Georgia (4/6) in a 5-6 loss.

High School
• Went 9-0 with a 1.27 ERA and 81 strikeouts in his senior season at Webb City High School under the direction of head coach Chris Taylor.
• Also batted .437 with two homers and 30 RBI in his senior season while guiding Webb City to an appearance in the District Semifinals.
• Played nearly every position while at Webb City, doing so at a very high level. He earned First Team All-Central Ozarks Conference honors as a shortstop in 2011 and then as an outfielder and pitcher in the 2012 season.
• Earned first team All-District honors in 2011 and 2012 as well.
• Displayed his athleticism by also playing basketball where he was a 2011-12 first team All-State selection.
• Also piled up the football accolades, earning first team All-State honors as a safety in 2010 and second team All-State honors as a quarterback in 2011.
• Led Webb City to a District title in 2011 and a second-place finish in the state playoffs in 2010.
• Helped the Webb City football team earn back-to-back state titles in 2010 and 2011 and district titles from 2009-12.
• Four-year honor roll student.

• Born Sept. 5, 1993, to parents Brett Williams and Megan Loug in Joplin, Mo.
• Has plans of majoring in high school education while at Mizzou with aspirations of becoming a coach.

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