At GW: Will compete for the first-base job.
2009 Season (At Lafayette): suffered a season ending injury having only participated in ten games...a leopard tri captain... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2008 Season (At Lafayette): Led the team with a .329 batting average ... Started 42 of the 43 games in which he played ... Second on the team in hits (54) and
runs (28) ... Had 17 multi-hit games ... Struck out just 16 times in 164 at-bats,
the second-fewest among starters ... Stole 10 bases ... Committed only
three errors at first base for a .992 fielding percentage ... Opened the season
with a three-hit performance at VMI (2/23) ... Had two hits and scored
two runs in series finale vs. VMI (2/24) ... Went 2-for-3 and scored three runs
at Delaware (3/21) ... Finished with six hits in four-game series vs. Navy (3/29,
3/30) ... Drove in two runs with two hits vs. Delaware in Liberty Bell Classic
semifinal (4/2) ... Had a three-hit performance in win over Lehigh in Liberty
Bell Classic championship game (4/8) ... Drove in three runs, had three hits
and scored two runs in 17-11 win over Lehigh in final game of the series
(4/13) ... Had another three-hit day at Rutgers (4/23) ... Went 3-for-5 with two
RBI and two runs scored vs. Wagner (4/29) ... Named to Patriot League
Academic Honor Roll.
2007 Season (At Lafayette): Made 51 starts and appeared in 52 games ... Batted
.344 with 65 hits in 189 at bats ... Tallied eight doubles and three triples ...
Ranked 25th in the nation as toughest to strike out ... His four home runs
were good for second on the team while his 91 total bases were a team-high
... Drew 15 walks and struck out just 12 times ... Finished the season with a
.990 fielding percentage ... Went a perfect 4-for-4 against Wofford (3/14) ...
Had four hits and two RBI against Holy Cross (4/29) ... Scored two runs and
had two hits against Rutgers (6/2) in the NCAA Tournament.
2006 Season (At Lafayette): Played in 44 games, starting 26 ... Hit .242 in 99 at bats... Did not make an error in 260 chances ... Third on team in stolen
bases (10) ... Hit for a .417 average during a week span to earn Patriot
League Rookie of the Week honors (4/18) ... Drove in the game-tying run vs.
Bucknell (4/14) and helped the Leopards go on to a 3-2 victory ... 3-for-4 with
two RBI in series finale with Bucknell (4/15) ... 2-for-3 with three RBI against
Wagner (3/30) ... Against VMI (2/26), recorded a hit in first career at-bat.
Personal: Christopher George Luick ... Born in Manasquan, NJ ... Son of Marilee and Edward Luick ... Has one older brother, Jonathan (30) and one older sister Courtney (26) ... Sports Management master's student.
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