The George Washington University: Baseball

Luke Staub
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Luke Staub

Class:
Graduated

Hometown:
Peoria, IL

High School:
Brimfield

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 195

Position:
RHP

Major:
Finance



2013: Posted four victories and a 3.44 ERA ... led team in games started (15), strikeouts (55) and innings pitched (91.2) ... limited opponents to a .265 batting average ... zero fielding errors in 27 chances ... also led team with three pick offs and 24 strikeouts with a called third strike ... 3-2 with 2.92 ERA and 23 strikeouts in Atlantic 10 games ... pitched at least 7.0 innings in seven of his 15 starts ... averaged 3.6 strikeouts per start ... struck out at least five batters in seven starts ... carried no-hitter into sixth inning on way to eight shutout innings of two-hit ball in win at Dayton (May 3).

High School/Last College: Four-time ICAC and Prarieland All-Conference selection at Brimfield High School under head coach Steve Paxson ... also named All-State by IHSBCA ... helped team to 32-3 overall record while hitting .547 with 15 home runs, 55 RBIs and 1.263 slugging percentage during senior season ... also earned a 9-2 record record as a pitcher with 124 strikeouts and 1.89 ERA in 66.2 innings ... All-State selection as a senior ... Named to McDonald's All-Star Team as a junior and senior ... graduated 16th in his class ... played for Central Illinois Outlaws summer team ... competed at Southeastern Iowa Community College and was named to Region XI Second Team.

Personal: Born Lucas Daniel Staub on 11/22/91 in Peoria, IL ... son of Angela and Vincent Staub ... has older brother, Joshua and older sister, Brittany ... intended major is Business Administration ... aspires to play professional baseball and own his own company.

Staub's Career Pitching Statistics

YEAR
ERA
W-L
App/GS
CG
SHO
SV
IP
H
R
ER
BB
SO
2013
3.44
4-6
17-15
1
2
0
91.2
93
39
35
23
55
TOTAL
3.44
4-6
17-15
1
2
0
91.2
93
39
35
23
55

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