Jeramie Moore, a former first baseman who helped lead LSU to two College World Series appearances and the 1996 NCAA championship, worked for two seasons (2005-06) as the administrative assistant for the baseball program.
Moore supervised the program’s internal and external operations, including videography, travel arrangements, booster club relations, recruiting visits and office management.
Moore, a three-year letterman at LSU from 1994-96, served as assistant coach at Samford University in Birmingham, Ala., where he worked as the recruiting coordinator and hitting and defensive coach. The 2004 Samford squad established the school record for hits in a season under Moore’s tutelage.
Moore also served as an assistant coach at McNeese State and as the head coach at Oneonta (Ala.) High School.
The Alexandria, Ala., native transferred to LSU prior to the 1994 season from Enterprise State (Ala.) Junior College, where he was an all-conference first baseman. He appeared in 48 games during the ’94 campaign and was instrumental in the Tigers’ College World Series drive, which included a thrilling 12-10 victory over Southern California in the NCAA South Regional final at Alex Box Stadium.
Birthdate: January 6, 1974
Hometown: Alexandria, Ala.
Bachelors: LSU (1997)
1997-98 McNeese State (asst. coach)
1999-03 Oneonta (Ala.) High School (head coach)
2003-04 Samford (asst. coach)
2005-06 LSU (administrative asst.)