Bobby Andrews

Bobby  Andrews

Assistant Coach

Alma Mater:
Cal State Fullerton '10


Annual Crimson-Navy Series Begins Thursday

LMU will play its annual Crimson-Navy Series this week.


Crimson/Navy Series Set for Thursday-Saturday

LMU baseball will holds its annual Fall World Series this week.


Fall World Series Set for Thursday-Saturday

LMU baseball will holds its annual Fall World Series this week.


Crimson/Navy Fall World Series to be Played This Week

The annual Crimson/Navy Fall World Series will begin Wednesday and continue on Friday and Saturday.


Lions Seek WCC Tournament Berth, Senior Day Sunday

LMU will open a must-win three game series with Santa Clara on Friday.


2016 LMU Baseball Season Preview

LMU will begin the 2016 season at #11 TCU on Friday night.


2014 LMU Baseball Season Preview

Sixth-year head coach Jason Gill previews the 2014 LMU baseball season.


Inside the Lions Post Game presented by MUSCLE MILK

BASE | LMU 5, #26 Oklahoma State 2


2013 Baseball Season Preview

2013 Baseball Season Preview with head coach Jason Gill.


The LMU baseball team held its annual Halloween costume practice on Wednesday.

The LMU baseball team held its annual Halloween costume practice on Wednesday.


BASE | LMU vs. Washington St.

Non-conference action on fourth and final game of series at Page Stadium, Feb. 27, 2017


BASE | LMU vs Saint Mary's, May 8, 2016

LMU Baseball series finale against Saint Mary's on Mothers Day Sunday.


BASE | LMU vs USF - April 9, 2016

LMU Baseball vs. San Francisco, Game Three at Page Stadium, April 9, 2016


2015 WCC Baseball Championship - Championship Game

2015 WCC Baseball Championship - Championship Game vs. Pepperdine


BASE | LMU vs. Hawaii

Non-conference match-up from Page Stadium

Bobby Andrews enters his sixth year at LMU with the 2018 season, serving his second year as an assistant coach after spending three seasons as the volunteer assistant coach, and one 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.

Andrews helped guide the 2017 squad to a 38-18 overall record and a 20-7 mark in the WCC to earn a share of the West Coast Conference Championship and a berth into the WCC Championship Tournament. The 38 wins are tied for sixth-most in LMU history, and are the most since posting 40 in 2000. LMU's .679 winning percentage is fourth-best in LMU history, and the best mark since 1990's .726 percentage. LMU lost just one weekend series en route to capturing its first WCC title since 200, finishing the year 11-1-1 in weekend sets. The Lions also dropped consecutive games just three times in 2017, and 13 of its 18 losses came by three runs or less. LMU featured seven All-WCC selections in 2017, including position players Phil Caulfield and Jamey Smart on the first team, Jimmy Hill on the second team, Spencer Erdman on the honorable mention team, and Cooper Uhl on the All-Freshman squad.

The 2016 campaign saw the Lions finish with a 26-27 overall record and a 13-14 mark in the WCC while playing a tough schedule that featured just 21 home games and no non-conference home weekend series. Following the season, LMU had two of its players selected in the 2016 MLB Draft, as JD Busfield was taken in the seventh round by the Tampa Bay Rays and Cassidy Brown went in the 12th to the Cincinnati Reds. RHP Michael Silva also began his professional career, signing a free agent deal with the Kansas City Royals.

Andrews helped guide LMU to a 33-21-1 record in 2015, reaching the WCC Championship Game for the second straight year. The 33 victories were the most for a Lion team since recording 40 in 2000 (40-19). Seven Lion players garnered All-WCC honors, including David Fletcher earning a spot on the first team for the second straight year.

In 2014, LMU went 32-24 overall and a 17-10 mark in the WCC to claim second place and a spot in the WCC Championship Tournament.

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. 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.

Prior to heading to Fullerton, Andrews was a standout player at Rancho Buena Vista High School. There, he helped his team to a DI CIF Championship in 2002 and was named High School Male Athlete of the Year. Always coaching, Andrews worked as an individual instructor at the ACA Sports Academy in San Marcos, Calif. during the off seasons from 2003-08 before beginning an ongoing role as a head coach for Big Fly Athletics in Carlsbad, Calif. in 2008.

Andrews earned his degree in communications with an emphasis in entertainment studies from Cal State Fullerton in 2010.


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