21 - Erik Lockwood
Erik Lockwood
Height: 6-3
Weight: 190
Year: RS So.
Hometown: Broomfield, Colo.
High School: Broomfield
Position: 1B/LHP

Redshirt Freshman (2012):
Hit .352 on the season, leading Pacific and ranking third in the Big West. His .352 average was second in the NCAA among freshmen. Ranked 10th in the Big West in slugging with a .352 percentage. Led the Tigers in batting average, slugging, on-base percentage, runs batted in, and hit by pitch. Posted 12 doubles and a home run for a .442 slugging percentage. Waked 12 times and was hit six times for a .411 OBP. Led the team with 19 multi-hit games including four games with three hits each.
Homered and singled in a 2-for-3 day against Creighton on March 11). Tallied five-straight multi-hit games from March 24 to March 30. Went 9-for-16 with two doubles and five RBI in a series against Brown (March 24-26). Was 3-for-4 with a double, an RBI and two runs scored in game one against Brown (March 24). Put up a 3-for-3 day with an RBI against UC Irvine (March 30). Was 3-for-5 with a pair of RBI against Nevada (April 2). Posted two RBI with a 3-for-5 day including a double against Santa Clara (May 15). Also pitched one inning, giving up a hit while facing four batters at Nevada on April 24. Retired the side on 14 pitches.

Freshman (2011):
Lockwood appeared in three games before his season was cut short due to injury, resulting in a medical redshirt. Went one-for-four with a walk in five plate appearances. Hit .250 with a singled and one walk. Picked up a hit in his debut, a pinch-hit single against Kansas State on Feb. 26. Started at DH on Feb. 27 against Western Kentucky. Pinch-hit, walked and scored in his final game of the year, on March 13 against Nevada.

High School:
A four-year varsity player at pitcher, outfield and first base, for Broomfield High School in Colorado, Lockwood was a two-time All-State selection and four-year All-Conference honoree… During Lockwood’s junior season, he was named a 4A All-State pitcher by the Denver Post and also claimed First Team All-Northern League honors after striking out 12 of 16 batters faced in the five-inning district championship game that ended via mercy rule and earned Broomfield a No. 1 seed. In 2009, Broomfield finished 21-3 with a 21-game winning streak after dropping the season-opener, before falling in the double-elimination state championship tournament.

Personal:
Erik James Lockwood… Son of Bob and Laura Lockwood… Has younger siblings Jackson and Kendall… Grandfather Bobby Lockwood played baseball and basketball at Louisiana-Monroe… Majoring in Business Administration… Career plans include a job in accounting or real estate.