2006: Led the Big Ten with seven home runs in league games only ... Hit eight total ... Hit at least six home runs in every year of collegiate career, including 10 as a junior ... Ranks third on NU's all-time home runs list with 30 ... Went 2-for-4 with three RBI in game two at Iowa (4/29) ... Hit three-run home run in season finale at Purdue (5/21) ... Tallied two RBI in Big Ten Tournament 8-4 win over Purdue (5/26) ... Named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) preseason All-America team ... Tabbed a third-team selection in the NCBWA's seventh annual preseason Division I All-America release.
2005: Earned All-Mideast Region Second Team laurels ... Started all 54 games ... Led team and was third in the Big Ten with 10 home runs ... First player to hit 10 home runs at Northwestern since Joe Hietpas in 1999 ... Seven of 10 home runs came in Big Ten games ... Moved up to seventh on NU's career home run list with 22 ... Eric Mogentale (1981-84) is on top with 36 ... Tied for third in Big Ten games with 33 RBI ... Finished seventh in the conference overall with 52 RBI ... 55 of 140 career hits are for extra bases ... Finished year with a .311 batting average that included a team-high 52 RBI ... Set career highs in home runs (10), doubles (14), at bats (193) and RBI ... Did not make any errors starting 53 of NU's 54 games in left field ... Other start was as designated hitter ... Went 3-for-4 against Mount St. Mary's (2/26) with four RBI, two doubles and a home run ... Registered 19 base-on-balls in 2005 after totaling 12 in first two seasons ... Drove in five runs, scored once and went 4-for-7 in first two games at Minnesota (4/23) ... Recorded 70 put-outs and five assists in left field.
2004: One of four players to hit over .300, ending season with a .306 batting average ... Fourth on team with 34 RBI in 183 at-bats ... Played in all 55 games, starting 53 ... 21 of 56 hits went for extra bases, including six home runs ... Led the team with five stolen bases ... Hit .308 in Big Ten games, starting all 32 ... Hit three home runs and drove in 18 RBI in Big Ten play ... Had 14 multi-hit and nine multiple RBI games ... Went 4-for-5 with four RBI and two runs scored in first game of season vs. Pacific (2/12) ... Enjoyed six-game hit streak during March, going 10-for-21 (.476) in that span ... Went 2-for-3 with four RBI and two runs scored in 12-10 game three win vs. Indiana ... Went 4-for-10 with four RBI and five runs scored in two-game span vs. Valparaiso (4/6) and game one at Penn State (4/9) ... Hit .395 (15-for-38) in final 10 games of season, driving in 11 runs with four doubles and two home runs.
2003: Drove in 23 runs in only 59 at-bats, the third highest RBI total on the team ... Tied for second with six home runs, equaling a home run every 9.8 at-bats ... Played in 15 Big Ten games, starting eight ... Hit .355 (11-for-31) in those games, with three home runs and driving in eight ... Hit for the cycle at Chicago State (4/15), becoming the first Wildcat to hit for the cycle since Mark Loretta back in the early 1990's ... Against Chicago State, went 7-for-8, which tied the NCAA's third highest hit total in a single game ... Made 15 starts in 26 games played ... Hit a pinch-hit grand slam in only at-bat in game one against Iowa (5/2) ... Hit safely in 15 of the 26 games he has played in ... Nine of 24 hits went for extra bases ... Scored 17 runs and stole two bases ... Ended year with an astounding .780 slugging percentage and .470 on-base percentage.
High School: Three-year letterwinner in baseball, two-year captain ... Two-year letterwinner in basketball ... Earned second-team all-state honors junior and senior seasons ... Two-time second-team Milwaukee Journal Sentinel All-Area member ... Three-time North Shore All-Conference selection ... Two-time first-team all-district honoree and one third-team selection ... Was the featured player in Wisconsin's Baseball Yearbook as a senior ... Two first-team and one honorable mention CNI Newspaper All-Suburban honoree ... Voted team offensive player of the year as a junior and team MVP as a senior ... Chosen as the men's basketball Defensive Player of the Year in 2002 ... Hit walk-off home run against conference rival to clinch a share of North Shore Conference title senior year ... Competed in the Wisconsin High School All-Star game as a junior and senior ... Led the North Shore Conference in home runs in both sophomore and junior campaigns ... Finished No. 3 in high school graduating class academically ... Made the Dean's List all four years ... National and German Honor Society member ... Garnered the United States Academic Achievement Award ... Selected as a Wendy's High School Heisman nominee ... AP Scholar with distinction.
Personal: Born Anthony Joseph Wycklendt on April 1, 1984 ... Son of Dean and Paula Wycklendt ... Psychology major.