Hard-working player with great potential... Continues to make progress and could contribute from the bullpen in the early going.
Wayne Graham said -- "Scott is still getting better, but he showed a capacity to make good pitches in the fall. He's going to get a chance to show what he can do in the spring."
2006: Conference USA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll; Did not appear in any games in first season with the Owls' program.
SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY
Played two seasons at Santa Clara University in California...
2005: Compiled a 2-0 record with one save in 19 appearances, all out of the bullpen... Was third on the team with a 3.67 ERA in 34.1 innings of work... Struck out 26 batters and allowed just 13 walks... Threw 1.1 scoreless innings with three strikeouts against Stanford... Fired three scoreless frames and struck out one batter against Pepperdine... Struck out a career-high five in a three-inning stint to earn a save against WCC foe Gonzaga... Posted wins against Sacramento State and Brown...
2004: Named the team's comeback player of the year... Played in 21 games with three starts in first season of action... Went 1-1 with 27 strikeouts in 35.2 innings... Tallied first collegiate win in first Division I outing at UC Riverside, firing 2.2 innings of relief while allowing only two hits... Made first collegiate start against Stanford... Struck out a season-high four in 1.2 innings at Gonzaga...
2003: Redshirted the season with the Broncos.
2002 graduate of Poway High School in Poway, Calif... Selected in the 39th round of the major league draft by the San Diego Padres... Rated the 82nd best prep player in the nation by Baseball America... Three-year starter and letterman under coach Bob Parry... Played in Area Code and Team One national games... Posted a 1.10 ERA and batted .380... Earned All-Palomar League honors following junior and senior seasons.
Full Name: Scott Douglas Lonergan. Born: Dec. 6, 1983, in La Jolla, Calif. Parents: Doug and Linda Lonergan, Poway (one brother). Father qualified for the Olympics in swimming at age 13 and later swam competitively at the University of Kansas. Major: kinesiology. College: Sid Richardson.
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