TITANS `05: Posted a respectable 3.18 ERA (good
for sixth on the team) coming out of the bullpen for the Titans in
21 appearances Finished the season tossing 28.1 innings,
four of which came from his only start of the season on Apr. 20 vs.
USC; he tallied 4 strikeouts in that game matching a career-high
Had a stretch of seven scoreless outings (8 innings) to
start the season Posted a 3-0 record, picking up victories
on Feb. 5 vs. Stanford, Mar. 1 at San Diego State, and Apr. 3 vs.
UC Irvine His 21 appearances were good for third on the
TITANS `04: Posted a 2-2 record in 26 innings
both as a midweek starter and as a reliever Went five
innings three times in his first four appearances Picked up
his first collegiate win on Feb. 8 vs. UNLV in his second career
start, going the required five innings while allowing just one run
and four Rebel hits On Feb. 24 vs. Loyola Marymount he went
five innings, allowing one run on two hits in a losing cause
Posted a 4.50 ERA, good for fifth-best on the team.
SANTA CRUZ H.S.: Earned three letters and was a
teammate of former Titan Neil Walton Compiled a 10-4 record
with a 1.83 ERA and 122 strikeouts as a senior Named
all-league and All-CCS Threw a no-hitter in a 2002 CIF
playoff game against Burlingame.
PERSONAL: Born on February 28, 1985, in Santa
Cruz, Calif. Parents are Jean and Martha Gagnier Full
name is Lauren Joseph Gagnier His nickname is L.O.
Has a younger brother (Drew) Says his parents are his
greatest influences Majoring in communications Would
like to see Texas added to the Titans' schedule Likes to
play Texas Hold'em and Playstation 2 in his spare time Drove
from Santa Cruz to Omaha without stopping to watch the Titans play
in the College World Series in 2003 Favorites include: Los
Angeles Dodgers (team), Wedding Crashers and Old School (movies),
Vince Vaughn, Will Ferrell and Jessica Simpson (actors), Sublime,
2Pac and 50 Cent (musical artists), Moneyball (book),
fullertontitans.com and mlb.com (web sites)