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25  Lucas Luetge
Lucas Luetge

Hometown:
Industry

High School:
Bellville

Last College:
San Jacinto College

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 198

Position:
p

Birthdate:
02/24/1987

Experience:
Tr

B/T:
L/L


03/17/2014

Owls Play At Texas State Tuesday Night on ESPN3

First Pitch Scheduled For 6:30 PM At The Bobcat Ballpark In San Marcos

03/06/2014

Owls Open C-USA Action Friday vs. Old Dominion

Weekend Schedule Changed To Avoid Weather; Lemond Tabbed For Friday Start

03/04/2014

Owls Play at Sam Houston State Wednesday at 5 PM

Baseball Team Returns Home To Open C-USA Action On Friday Night

02/17/2014

Owls Begin Six-Game Homestand Tuesday vs. Texas State

Coach Graham One Victory Away From Career Milestone

02/10/2014

Let The Games Begin

Baseball Opens Season Friday With Weekend Series at Stanford

Joined the team at the 2007-08 semester break... Has a clean delivery with good arm speed... Can limit the running game.

Wayne Graham said -- "We feel like Lucas has a strong chance to be a weekend starter. He is a quality left-handed pitcher who can throw his pitches for strikes."

JUNIOR COLLEGE
Two year starter for coach Tom Arrington at San Jacinto Junior College...Two time NJCAA Player of the Week...Finished his junior college career 11-3 with a 3.56 ERA...Recorded 76 strikeouts in 66 innings during the 2007 season..Drafted by the White Sox in the 18th round of the 2006 draft.

HIGH SCHOOL
2005 graduate of Bellville High School in Bellville, Texas...Three year starter and four year letterman for the Brahmas...All-state selection and district MVP in 2004 and 2005...finished his senior year 8-3 with a 0.58 ERA and 143 strikeouts in 72 innings...Drafted in the 31st round of the 2005 draft by the White Sox.

PERSONAL
Full Name: Lucas Lester Luetge...Born: March 24th, 1987 in Brenham, Texas...Parents: Rocky and Melissa Luetge (two brothers)...College: Sid Richardson

Member of Sid Rich College
Sid Richardson College

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