Mark Lamm - Baseball - Vanderbilt University Athletics

#44 Mark Lamm


Class Senior
Height 6'4"
Weight 210 LBS
Hometown Loretto, Tenn.
High School Loretto

Career Highs
Innings Pitched: 2.1, at Auburn (4/2/11)
Strikeouts: 3, most recently vs. Kennesaw State (3/9/11)
Hits Allowed: 2, most recently vs. Tennessee Tech (3/22/11)
Walks Allowed: 2, vs. Kennesaw State (3/9/11)
Runs Allowed: 1, vs. Illinois-Chicago (3/12/11)

Coach Corbin Quote: Mark made some very positive strides this fall. He has been through a lot of adversity over the last two years after having arm surgery, but has regained his arm strength and delivery. He will pitch out of the bullpen in some capacity. It would make many people happy to see him help our team.

2011: Pitched one scoreless inning against Auburn 4/3… Earned his first save of the year pitching a season-best 2.1 innings at Auburn 4/2… Struck out one in his lone inning of relief work against UT-Martin 3/29… Allowed two hits and recorded one out at Arkansas 3/27… Gave up two hits in one scoreless frame against Tennessee Tech 3/22… Finished off the team[apos]s third straight shutout with two scoreless innings against Mississippi State 3/19… Allowed his first run of the year recording just one out and giving up two hits against UIC 3/12… Garnered his team-best fourth win of the year turning in two scoreless innings against Kennesaw State 3/9… Notched his third win of the year striking out two in 1.1 innings against Brown in game two 3/6… Pitched 1.2 shutout innings in win over WKU 3/1… Picked up his second win with two scoreless frames against Stanford 2/26… Recorded one out in win over Stanford 2/25… Fanned two and allowed one hit in 0.2 innings at USD in game two of doubleheader 2/20… Gave up one hit and recorded two outs against USD in first game of double dip… Picked up the win in relief getting two outs at San Diego State 2/19.

2010: Did not pitch due to Tommy John surgury.

2009: Went 0-0 with a 6.75 ERA in four appearances on the season… Recorded four strikeouts in four innings of relief on the year… Threw one-inning of scoreless relief against South Carolina (5/2)… Allowed two runs scattering three hits with a walk and a strikeout in one inning outing against Belmont (3/18)… Allowed one run on one hit with two strikeouts in 1.0 inning of work in 22-4 win at Lipscomb (3/10)… Threw one-inning of scoreless relief with one strikeout in second game of Vermont series (3/1) … Went 1-1 with 5.40 ERA including 11 strikeouts in 10 innings of work for Danville in the Prospect League. His summer was cut short due to injuring his elbow that required Tommy John surgery.

2008: Went 1-0 with a 3.98 ERA in 16 appearances on the season, including two starts…Made first collegiate appearance against Arizona State (2/23), allowing two hits and walking one in 0.1 inning…Pitched final 0.2 inning against Xavier (3/2), striking out one…Made first start of his college career against Western Carolina (3/12), allowing three runs on two hits in three innings of work…Threw career-high four innings against Lipscomb (3/19) in relief. Gave up two runs, one earned on a hit with three walks and five strikeouts…Pitched a scoreless ninth inning against Austin Peay (4/9), allowing only one hit and striking out one…Struck out the side to close out the Mississippi State (4/11) series opening win…Threw four innings of two-hit scoreless relief against Western Kentucky (4/16) to pick up the win. Struck out four and did not walk anyone…Gave up four runs on two hits in three innings in start against Austin Peay (4/22). Walked three, hit two batters and struck out two…Struck out the side to close out Memphis (5/6)…Pitched scoreless inning against Georgia (5/10) with a strikeout…Pitched a second scoreless inning against Georgia (5/11), allowing one hit…Pitched 3.1 innings of three-hit scoreless relief against Florida (5/16) with a walk…Threw the final four innings in SEC Tournament loss to LSU (5/22), allowing only one run on one hit and striking out four … Allowed three runs on two hits in an inning of work against Oklahoma (6/1) … Went 1-2 in 13 appearances for Brewster in the Cape Cod League over the summer. Struck out 20 in 15.2 innings with a save. Posted an opponents batting average of .224.

Redshirted. Went 2-1 with a 1.19 ERA in nine appearances, four starts, for the Saratoga Phillies of the New York Collegiate Baseball League over the Summer … Struck out 50 batters with 12 walks in 37.1 innings with a save.

High School:
A four-year letterwinner at Loretto High … A two-year team captain and MVP in 2005-06 … First-team all-area in 2005-06 … Third-team all-midstate by the Tennessean in 2006 … District MVP as a senior … Three-time all-district and all-region … Helped lead team to district championship as a junior and senior … Also lettered four years in football and three years in basketball … Served as the team captain in football as a senior and in 2004-05 in basketball.

Mark Jordan Lamm … Born 3/8/88 …. Nickname is ‘Cowboy’ … Son of Gary and Cheryl Lamm … Has two brothers, Paul and Luke … A human and organizational development major… Favorites Roger Clemens, Deion Sanders, movies Boondock Saints and Field of Dreams, SportsCenter, Will Ferrell and George Strait and video game: The Show … If he could change one thing about his sport it would be to eliminate the aluminum bats … Considers Pete Rose to be the greatest baseball player of all-time.