Brezovsky Named Coordinator of Baseball Operations

Javi Sanchez, David Grewe, Paul Mainieri and Will Davis
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BATON ROUGE -- Ross Brezovsky, a four-year starting infielder and outfielder at Notre Dame, has been named LSU’s coordinator of baseball operations by coach Paul Mainieri.

Brezovsky will handle a number of responsibilities, including team travel, budgeting and community relations. He takes over the position from Will Davis, who was appointed LSU’s volunteer assistant coach this summer.

Brezovsky, a product of Barron Collier High School in Naples, Fla., started 220 games for the Irish from 2005-08, finishing with a .289 career batting average, 39 doubles, eight triples, 11 homers, 130 RBI and 138 runs.

“Ross played for me at Notre Dame in his first two seasons (2005-06), and he was a hard-nosed, disciplined ball player,” Mainieri said. “He’s a very intelligent young man, and he will be a tremendous asset to our program in many areas.”

Brezovsky, who turns 23 on Tuesday, received an economics degree this spring from Notre Dame.

Mainieri and his staff will welcome the 2009 squad to campus on Monday, the first day of fall semester classes at LSU. The team will engage in a six-week fall practice session beginning on Saturday, Sept. 13, in the original Alex Box Stadium.

The 2009 season begins on Friday, February 20, when the Tigers play host to Villanova in the New Alex Box Stadium.





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