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Megill, Welmon Return to LMU

LMU right-handers Trevor Megill and Colin Welmon did not come to terms with the Cardinals and Pirates, respectively, after the pair were drafted in the 2014 MLB Draft. Megill, selected in the third round with the 104th overall pick, and Welmon, taken in the 34th round, will return to LMU next year to pitch for the Lions. read more

Jason Gill

 

Head Coach

Jason Gill enters his sixth year at the helm of the LMU baseball program in 2014. His incoming class for this season was tabbed as the 34th-best in the nation according to Collegiate Baseball. LMU was just one of four non-BCS schools to make the list, and just one of five private schools lauded. The class was also tied for the best in the West Coast Conference.

The 2013 season saw the Lions finish with a 24-27 overall record, including a 12-12 mark in the WCC. Gill's arsenal of talented pitchers finished the year with an LMU record 3.17 ERA, led by a trio of All-WCC selections in right-handers Colin Welmon, Aaron Griffin and Patrick McGrath (honorable mention). The Lions also featured the WCC Defensive Player of the Year in Colton Plaia and honorable mention selections in David Edwards, Zac Fujimoto and Cullen Mahoney.

Gill led the baseball program to an even 27-27 overall record and a 14-10 mark in the WCC during the 2012 season. The conference record saw the Lions finish tied for third. In a year that saw the Lions earn the 23rd spot in Baseball America's Top-25 recruiting classes, Gill helped his players to six All-WCC selections at the end of the season, including freshmen Trevor Megill and Colin Welmon as staples of the class. Reaching a coaching milestone, Gill earned his 100th career victory on April 20, 2012, a 5-3 victory over Portland.

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Bryant Ward

 

Assistant Coach

Bryant Ward begins his fifth season as an assistant coach with the Lions in 2015 after joining the LMU coaching staff in 2011 as the Recruiting Coordinator, Infield Coach, and Third Base Coach. This past season, Ward added the title of hitting coach to his duties. In Ward's first season as LMU's hitting coach, the Lions showed a substantial jump in all major offensive categories, including posting their highest team batting average in the BBCORE era and the third-best in the state of California for 2014. Ward's defense, highlighted by 2014 WCC Defensive Player of the Year David Fletcher, also put on quite the show in 2014, managing a .973 fielding percentage (second in the WCC) and 53 double plays turned to lead the WCC and state of California.

LMU Assistant Coach (2011 - Current):
• 21 All-West Coast Conference Selections
• 2 First Team National Freshman All-American Selections (2014) - 1 of 3 Schools to Accomplish (Miami/Vanderbilt)
• 8 Players Drafted
• 113-103 Overall Record with Ward on Staff
• 32-24 Record in 2014 - Best LMU Record Since 2004

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Dan Ricabal

 

Assistant Coach

Dan Ricabal, who spent six years serving as a pitching coach at various levels in the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim organization prior to coming to LMU, is in his third season as LMU's pitching coach in 2014. Ricabal, who was teammates with LMU head coach Jason Gill at Cal State Fullerton in 1994, saw the Lions finish with a 24-27 overall record in 2013, including a 12-12 mark in the WCC. His pitching staff finished the year with an LMU record 3.17 ERA, led by a trio of All-WCC selections in right-handers Colin Welmon, Aaron Griffin and Patrick McGrath (honorable mention).

Ricabal helped guide LMU to an even 27-27 overall record and a 14-10 mark in the WCC during the 2012 season. The conference record saw the Lions finish tied for third. Working with a young pitching staff, Ricabal guided freshmen right-handers Trevor Megill and Colin Welmon to All-WCC selections, including an honorable mention nod for Megill.

Prior to joining the Lion family, Ricabal guided the Inland Empire 66ers to the wild card round of the 2011 Class-A Advanced Southern Division playoffs. Including the 2011 playoff berth, Ricabal went to the postseason in five of the six years coaching in professional baseball.

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Bobby Andrews

 

Volunteer Assistant Coach

Bobby Andrews begins his second year at LMU in 2014, serving his first season as the volunteer assistant coach after a year as a Director of Baseball Operations. Andrews came to the bluff after a successful four-year playing career in the Baltimore Orioles organization and two years in Independent League baseball.

Like he has virtually throughout his tenure, head coach Jason Gill dipped into the former players of Cal State Fullerton file to find a coach in Andrews. With the addition of Andrews, LMU now sports three (of five) former Titans on its coaching staff.

Andrews was drafted out of Cal State Fullerton in 2005, going in the seventh round to the Orioles. While at Fullerton, the speedy outfielder helped guide the Titans to a 2004 National Championship serving as its starting right fielder. Andrews hit .325 for the Titans in that Championship year, collecting 21 runs scored and 15 RBI as a sophomore. In his final campaign, Andrews hit .297 with 13 stolen bases and 23 RBI.

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Matt Florer

 

Director of Baseball Operations

Matt Florer begins his first season on the LMU coaching staff in 2014-2015, serving as the Director of Baseball Operations.

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