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#34 Eric English Season 2025

Weston, Fla.
High School
Cypress Bay HS

Updated 6/27/06

Highly-touted prospect who contributed solid innings for the Tigers in 2005 … underwent Tommy John surgery on his right elbow during the off-season … decided to leave LSU after the 2005 fall semester.

Appeared in 14 games during his true freshman season, posting a 1-0 mark and a 3.82 ERA in 30.2 innings with 16 walks and 26 strikeouts … limited hitters to just a .204 batting average, as he allowed 23 hits in 113 at-bats … fired two shutout innings in his first collegiate appearance vs. Nicholls State (Feb. 11), allowing no hits … first career win on April 6 vs. Rice, as he limited the Owls to no runs on two hits in three relief innings with no walks and two strikeouts … recorded a career-best five Ks in three innings in first collegiate start vs. New Orleans (March 29) … impressive relief outing at Tulane (April 19), allowing one run on three hits in 3.2 innings with one walk and three strikeouts … worked one shutout inning in the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional vs. Marist (June 3), recording two Ks with no hits allowed.

Prepped at Cypress Bay High School for four years … named 2004 Florida 6A All-State Player of the Year for his prolific senior season, in which he compiled an 11-0 record with a 0.29 ERA and 117 strikeouts … led high school squad to the 6A state title as a senior.

Full name is Eric Matthew English … parents are Richard and Karen English … has one older sister, Donna and one older brother, Brett … credits his father, Richard as the biggest influence upon his athletic career … plans to major in pre-law at LSU … born December 26, 1985.

English’s LSU Career Highs
Innings: 3.2 (twice; most recently at Vanderbilt (4/30/05)
Strikeouts: 5 vs. New Orleans (3/29/05)
Hits Allowed: 7 vs. New Orleans (3/29/05)
Runs: 6 vs. New Orleans (3/29/05)
Earned Runs: 4 vs. New Orleans (3/29/05)
Walks: 2 (three times; most recently vs. Ole Miss (4/15/05)

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