Position
Pitcher
Height
5'10
Weight
170 lbs.
Class
Sophomore
Hometown
Baton Rouge, La.
B/T
R
High School
Catholic HS

Updated 7/5/05

2005 MLB Draft: 35th round (Boston)
ESPN The Magazine District VI Academic All-America Team
SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year/SEC Academic Honor Roll
SEC Pitcher of the Week (May 17-22; at UNO, at Mississippi State)
H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete Post Graduate Scholarship
LSWA All-Louisiana (second team)

2005 Season
LSU’s primary relief pitcher for the third straight season, allowing just 61 hits in 62.2 innings and holding opponents to a .252 batting average … Maintained a team-low 2.30 ERA this season after recording an ERA of 4.35 last season … Will forego senior season to attend LSU Medical School in Shreveport this fall; has maintained a 3.781 grade point average in biology … Named the SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year on May 25 … Tied for eighth in the SEC in saves (7) … Named SEC Pitcher of the Week on May 23 after a brilliant weekend at Mississippi State in which he helped lead the Tigers to a share of the SEC West title … Earned a win in relief (5/20) and a save (5/22) at Miss. State, limiting the Bulldogs to one run on seven hits with six strikeouts in six innings … After firing 41 pitches in the series opener at MSU, returned on Sunday and collected the save with 2.2 innings of scoreless relief … Pitched around a leadoff triple in the 10th inning at UNO (5/18) to keep LSU’s hopes alive; retired the next three batters of the frame … Named LSWA Player of the Week (5/2-8) after picking up two saves in the Kentucky series; allowed just one hit in 4.1 innings of relief on the weekend … Notched his third win of the season at Arkansas (4/22), working 1.2 innings with allowing no runs on one hit in LSU’s 10-7 come-from-behind win … Worked a season-high five innings of relief vs. South Carolina (4/10); surrendered three runs (two earned) on four hits in the Tigers’ 7-5 loss.

2004 Season
Appeared in 20 games (five starts), recording a 6-5 mark and a 4.14 ERA in 76 innings with 16 walks and 50 strikeouts … suffered a relief loss to Miami (Fla.) in the College World Series (June 19), allowing four runs on four hits in five innings with one walk and five strikeouts … earned relief win over Texas A&M in NCAA Super Regional (June 12), limiting the Aggies to three runs (two earned) on six hits in six innings with one walk and three Ks … relief loss versus Florida in the SEC Tournament (May 26), as he was charged with one run on one hit in three innings with one walk and three Ks … first career SEC regular-season start on April 16 versus Georgia — 8.1 innings, five runs, eight hits, one walk and five strikeouts (no decision in 6-5, 10-inning LSU win) … relief win versus Vanderbilt (May 15), allowing two runs on five hits in seven innings with two walks and three strikeouts … relief win at Ole Miss (May 23) — 4.1 innings, two runs, four hits, one walk, three strikeouts … earned relief victory in LSU’s season opener at Central Florida (Feb. 13), limiting the Knights to one run on three hits in four innings with one walk and two strikeouts.

2003 Season
Appeared in 20 games (four starts), posting a 7-0 record and a 2.94 ERA in 67.1 innings with 11 walks and 51 strikeouts … allowed just a .230 opponent batting average against left-handed hitters … 2-0 record in LSU’s NCAA Tournament games, recording a 3.60 ERA in 15 innings (four appearances) with four walks and 10 strikeouts … for the entire post-season, he was 3-0 with a 4.03 ERA in 22.1 innings (five appearances) with five walks and 14 strikeouts … pitched effectively in relief versus South Carolina in the College World Series (June 15 — no decision), limiting the Gamecocks to four runs on five hits in 6.2 innings … worked three brilliant relief innings in Game 2 of the NCAA Super Regional versus Baylor (June 7), allowing no runs on four hits with no walks and one strikeout — he earned the 6-5 victory, forcing a Game 3 showdown that LSU won to advance to the CWS … recorded a relief win in the final game of the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional versus UNC-Wilmington (June 1), allowing one run on two hits in four innings with no walks and five strikeouts … earned the win as a starter in LSU’s SEC Tournament opener versus Arkansas (May 22), limiting the Razorbacks to four runs on eight hits in 7.1 innings with one walk and four strikeouts … defeated New Orleans (April 30), working eight innings and surrendering just one earned run on eight hits with no walks and six Ks.

2002 Season (Medical Redshirt)
Injured his left elbow Feb. 20 in a starting role at Centenary and missed the rest of the season after undergoing surgery … was very effective in his outings prior to the injury, as he made two appearances — including the one start at Centenary — posting a 1-0 mark with a 1.29 ERA in seven innings … allowed four hits and one earned run with one walk and three strikeouts … earned his first career LSU win February 9 versus Birmingham-Southern, surrendering one run on two hits in four relief innings … in his first career start February 20 at Centenary, he allowed no runs on two hits with one walk and three strikeouts before leaving the game due to the injury.

High School
A three-year baseball letterman (pitcher/outfielder) at Catholic High School … posted a 10-5 mark and a 1.32 ERA in 2001, recording 136 strikeouts and seven walks in 100.1 innings … earned 2001 all-state and academic all-state honors … voted the District 5-5A Most Valuable Player … maintained a 3.92 GPA and was named the Catholic High Man of the Year … also received the Brent Pecue Memorial Scholarship.

Personal
Full name is Jason Robert Determann … parents are Mike and Judy Determann … has one older brother, Greg, and one younger brother, Trenton … hobbies include golf, hunting and fishing … grandfather participated in four sports at LSU and also played professional baseball … majoring in biological sciences at LSU … born May 29, 1983.

Determann’s LSU Career Statistics

Year
G-GS
W-L
ERA
SV
CG
SHO
IP
H
R
ER
BB
SO
2002*
2-1
1-0
1.29
0
0
0
7.0
4
1
1
1
3
2003
20-4
7-0
2.94
1
0
0
67.1
61
26
22
11
51
2004
14-5
6-5
4.14
1
0
0
76.0
72
38
35
16
50
2005
27-1
5-0
2.30
7
0
0
62.2
61
19
16
12
74
Total
69-11
19-5
3.13
9
0
0
213.0
198
84
74
40
178
* – medical redshirt season

Determann’s 2005 Season Highs
Innings: 7.1 (vs. Rice, 6/6)
Strikeouts: 9 (vs. Rice, 6/6)
Hits Allowed: 11 (vs. Rice, 6/6)
Runs: 4 (vs. Rice, 6/6)
Earned Runs: 4 (vs. Rice, 6/6)
Walks: 4 (vs. Rice, 6/6)

Career Highs
Innings: 8.1 (vs. Georgia, 4/16/04)
Strikeouts: 9 (vs. Rice, 6/6/05)
Hits Allowed: 11 (vs. Rice, 6/6/05)
Runs: 6 (twice; last at Kentucky, 5/7/04)
Earned Runs: 6 (at Kentucky, 5/7/04)
Walks: 4 (twice, most recently vs. Rice, 6/6/05)

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