LMU baseball will holds its annual Fall World Series this week.
LMU baseball opens its season on Friday under the lights at Page Stadium.
LMU dropped the finale of the 2013 season on Sunday.
LMU will open a must-win three game series with Santa Clara on Friday.
The LMU baseball team committed a season-high five errors on Wednesday.
BASE | LMU 5, #26 Oklahoma State 2
2013 Baseball Season Preview with head coach Jason Gill.
Interviews with the player-managers prior to the start of the 2012 Crimson/Navy World Series
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.
2015 WCC Baseball Championship - Championship Game vs. Pepperdine
LMU Baseball vs Saint Joseph's | February 21, 2015
Photos by Glenn Marzano
Game One from Page Stadium
LMU 5, CSUN 0 - Apr. 23, 2013
Photos by Julie Megill
Florer's 2011 sophomore campaign might have been his strongest, as the left-hander went 3-1 with a 2.41 ERA over a team-high 26 appearances. Florer's duties on the coaching staff consist of orchestrating all of the High School Elite Prospect and Team Camps, while also assisting with scheduling, traveling and other off-campus outreach programs.
In just his first year at LMU, Florer founded the LMU Baseball Academy that brought in more than 200 local attendees within the Los Angeles community. Florer hosted events such as little league outreach camps, hitting, pitching, and defensive youth clinics as well as creating the Marina Lions youth teams that practice and compete in local tournaments and national events. Along with founding LMU's youth academy, Florer hosted more than 18 High School Elite Prospect/Team Camps over the course of his first year. These High School camps helped expose more than 350 High School athletes, from more than 80 plus schools, to the beautiful Loyola Marymount University campus and facilities.
Prior to his return to the LMU baseball program, Florer spent a year working in politics serving as an office manager and working on a special election campaign in Orange County, Calif. Never wanting to leave baseball, he also spent the year serving as the pitching coach at his former school, Mission Viejo High School, where he guided the team to a school record 1.87 team ERA along with helping to develop three of his pitchers go onto receive college baseball scholarships.
Florer graduated from LMU in 2013 with a degree in communication studies.