LMU baseball will holds its annual Fall World Series this week.
The annual Crimson/Navy Fall World Series will begin Wednesday and continue on Friday and Saturday.
LMU will open a must-win three game series with Santa Clara on Friday.
LMU will host UC Santa Barbara on Wednesday at 3 p.m.
LMU will host a three-game WCC series against BYU starting on Thursday at 3 p.m.
Sixth-year head coach Jason Gill previews the 2014 LMU baseball season.
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2013 Baseball Season Preview with head coach Jason Gill.
The LMU baseball team held its annual Halloween costume practice on Wednesday.
LMULions.com caught up with Head Coach Jason Gill after a practice during fall.
Bobby Andrews begins his third year at LMU with the 2015 season, serving his second 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.
Andrews helped guide LMU to a 32-24 overall record (best since 2004) and a 17-10 mark in the WCC to claim second place and a spot in the WCC Championship Tournament in 2014.
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.