JUNIOR (2015) Named to the ABCA/Rawlings All-Region and American Athletic Conference First Team...Was the table-setter for the Cougars once again in the leadoff spot...Led team and finished second in stolen bases with 31 -- his second straight year with that many...Now has 82 in his career for third-best all-time in program history...Appeared in 60 games, making 59 starts...Hit .297 with a team-leading 51 runs scored and 73 hits...Slugged .402 with eight doubles, a conference-leading six triples and two homeruns...Had 34 RBI and walked 31 times...Fielded .982 with just two errors in right field...Tallied six outfield assists...Led the team with 20 multi-hit games and had eight multi-RBI games...Rode an on-base streak of 23 straight games into the NCAA Houston Regional...Had six games with 3+ hits, led by a season-high four-hit game at USF (April 25)...Drove in four RBI on two hits in a win at Sam Houston State (March 10)...Had eight hits, scored five runs and drove in four RBI in road series win at USF...Hit first homerun of the season on the first pitch he saw vs. the Bulls (April 26)...Hit second homerun in a three-hit game, driving in two RBI to open American Championship vs. Cincinnati (May 19)...Had seven hits, scored five runs and drove in a pair in four American Championship games...Had two, two-hit games in the NCAA Houston Regional at Cougar Field...Had six games where he stole two bases... Helped Cougars to an American Athletic Conference title, their second consecutive 40-win season and to a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament...Drafted by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in the 8th Round (No. 255) of the 2015 MLB First-Year Player Draft.
SOPHOMORE (2014) Produced one of the best sophomore campaigns in program history as Houston's leadoff hitter...Was named to the American Athletic Conference Second Team...Hit .308 with a team-leading 78 hits, 53 runs scored and 31(of 38) stolen bases...He became the first Cougar since Michael Bourn (32) in 2002 to have at least 31 stolen bases in a single season...Appeared in 65 games, making 64 starts in the outfield...Totaled 11 doubles, two triples and two homeruns to slug .391, second-best on the team...Tallied six outfield assists...Had 35 walks and 11 hit-by-pitches to total 46 free passes...Hit .314 with 23 runs scored in conference-only games...Was 19-for-22 on the base paths in league games...Led the team with 23 multi-hit games and tallied a team-high 11-game hit streak...Reached base safely in 19 consecutive games and recorded eight multi-RBI games...Had three hits and scored in a run in the series sweep of Rice to earn All-Silver Glove Series honors...Tied his career-high with four hits in two games (at Cincinnati - April 27, vs. UCF- May 23)...Hit his first career homerun vs. Louisville (April 12)...Followed up with a go-ahead homerun at Cincinnati (April 25)...Had eight hits and scored eight runs during the American Baseball Championship, which included a four-hit, four-run day vs. UCF and a two-hit, three-run day vs. Louisville to capture the title...For that, was named to the All-Tournament team...Drove in a season-high three on three different occasions (vs. Towson - March 15, vs. College of Charleston - March 21, vs. Texas State - April 8)...Had eight games with at least two walks...Recorded a season-high four stolen bases and two hits in a win over Memphis (March 30)...Committed just three errors in 125 putouts in the outfield for a fielding percentage of .978...Had back-to-back NCAA games with three hits (vs. SLU - June 1, at LSU - June 1)...Totaled eight hits, six runs, and three RBI during the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional...Had the game-winning hit in the 11th inning in a come-from-behind win at LSU (June 1) to force a deciding game...For that, was named the Regional's Most Outstanding Player... Helped Houston to a 48-win season, an American Conference tournament title, Regional Championship and appearance in an NCAA Super Regional for the first time since 2003.
FRESHMAN (2013) Capped an impressive freshman campaign by being named a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American as an outfielder...Performed at a high level offensively in debut season, finishing with a .299 average, 50 hits, 36 runs scored and 20 RBI...Appeared in 51 games, making 43 starts in the outfield for Houston...Led Conference USA with 20 stolen bases in 23 attempts...Finished second on the team in sacrifice bunts with nine...Tripled twice and doubled four times for a slugging percentage of .347...Notched a team-best 23 game on-base streak from April 7-May 23...Recorded a hit during 21 of the 23 games - hit by a pitch and walked once during the other two...Had five multi-stolen base games...Hit .342 in league play for second-highest on team...Had 12 multi-hit games and six multi-RBI games...Tallied a season-high four hits and drove in two and scored two runs in win over UAB (May 11)...Had a span of four straight games with at least two hits...Drove in two in a win over No. 30 Texas A&M at the College Classic (March 1)...Broke open the game with a two-run single vs. Texas (March 19)...Walked and scored the tying run in the ninth to force extras and win in walkoff fashion vs. East Carolina (March 24) to cap a sweep and 10-straight wins...Tallied an RBI on two hits and a double, while scoring twice in win over Rice (April 19)...Went 8-for-14 with four runs scored and four RBI in series win over UAB...First collegiate hit came in first collegiate start in win over Northeastern (Feb. 16).
JERSEY VILLAGE HIGH SCHOOL Was a three-year letterwinner for the Falcons under head coach Robb Jensen...Helped team to a Bi-District Championship title in 2011...Senior season: Earned First Team All-District honors...Named to Houston Area All-Star team and All-State team...Honored as Jersey Village's MVP...Junior season: Named First Team All-Houston preseason...Earned Second Team All-Houston honors...Named NABF Offensive MVP and All-Tournament team...Sophomore season: Named Second Team All-District and Second Team All-Houston...Played football for one season.
PERSONAL Full name is Kyle Ray Survance Jr...Born December 6, 1993 in Houston...Calls Jersey Village, Texas home...Son of Kyle and Melissa Survance...Has a younger sister, Katie and younger brother, Kevin...Enjoys being outside and listening to music...Is undecided on a major.