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Brady Wilson
Brady Wilson


Central, La.

High School:
Parkview Baptist

Last College:

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 185





Stellar Pitching, Defense Gives Tulane a 5-2 Win Over ULM

Randy LeBlanc gets his second straight win on the mound, Bowen Woodson makes great plays at second base


Ninth Inning Rally Ties Game, But Baseball Falls in 13 Innings to East Carolina

Longest game of the season for Green Wave ends in 3-2 defeat


Tulane Falls to In-State Rival LSU, 14-1, in Eight Innings

Greenies use six pitchers in contest


Historic Rivalry Between Tulane and LSU Baseball to Add Another Chapter Tuesday at Greer Field at Turchin Stadium

The teams have played each other 300 times since 1893


Baseball Drops Last Game Before Conference Play, 5-4, to Cross-Town Rival New Orleans

Potkay goes 2-for-4 with a home run and two RBIs

Career: A spot-starter and a reliable lefty reliever for the Green Wave during his two years with the program...went 1-4 with a 4.78 ERA in 25 outings, including three starts...owned one of the best pickoff moves in recent memory by a Tulane pitcher...struck out 26 in 43.1 innings while also recording two saves for his career.

2014 (Senior): Appeared in nine games, making one start...went 0-1 with a 4.91 ERA in 14.2 total innings...allowed 18 hits and eight runs - all earned - while walking two and striking out seven...pitched against Sacred Heart (3/3), totaling 1.1 innings in his season debut...struck out one in 2.0 innings at San Francisco (3/9) and against Louisiana-Lafayette (3/12)...pitched a season-high 3.2 innings during the second game of a doubleheader at East Carolina (3.2)...started at New Orleans (3/19), picking up the loss after allowing four runs on three hits in 0.2 innings of work...made an appearance at Louisiana-Lafayette (4/1)...totaled 3.0 innings of work while fanning three against McNeese State (4/15)...tossed 0.1 innings at LSU (4/22)...struck out two against FIU (5/15) in an inning of work.

2013 (Junior): Appeared in 16 games with two starts...the lone lefty in the Tulane bullpen during much of the season...went 1-3 with a 4.71 ERA in 28.2 innings...allowed 15 earned runs and 14 walks while striking out 19...made his first Tulane appearance at Texas State (2/16) in a relief role...notched a strikeout versus Missouri State (2/17)...fanned three against Southeastern Louisiana (2/19) in 1.1 innings...recorded one strikeout in 0.2 innings of the first game of the series against Notre Dame (2/22)...notched a season-high four strikeouts during the closing game of the series against Notre Dame (2/24) in which he saw 3.1 innings of action...pitched 2.2 innings, striking out one against New Orleans (2/27) for his lone victory of the season...totaled 2.1 innings at Alabama (3/3), striking out three but allowing two earned runs for his first loss on the year...pitched 3.1 innings of relief against Northwestern State (3/6)...saw his first start come against High Point (3/10) where he pitched 4.0 innings...struck out three Privateers in 4.2 innings of work against New Orleans (3/19)...was tagged with the loss during his second - and final - start of the season when he pitched 1.1 innings against LSU (3/26)...made relief appearances against ECU (4/12), at Louisiana-Monroe (4/16), against Houston (5/5), against Nicholls (5/7) and against UAB (5/17), as well...was credited with the loss against Houston (5/5), allowing one earned run in 0.1 innings of work.

Prior to Tulane

2011-12 (LSU-Eunice): Lettered twice for head coach Jeff Willis...named the team's pitching MVP during each of his two seasons with the Bengals...guided LSU-E to the 2012 NJCAA Division II National Championship...was selected to the 2012 NJCAA Division II Championships All-Tournament team...garnered First Team All-Region 23 during his freshman and sophomore seasons...helped the team to a 45-15 record as a freshman and a 57-5 mark as a sophomore...as a sophomore, posted a 14-1 record in 18 starts on the mound with a 2.47 ERA...tossed 113 innings and allowed 38 runs - 31 earned - on 106 hits...fanned 90 batters and walked just 27...limited opponents to a .251 batting average...as a freshman, boasted a 10-1 record in 14 starts on the mound with a 2.57 ERA...tossed 84 innings and allowed 33 runs - 24 earned - on 67 hits...fanned 68 batters and walked only 25...limited opponents to a .220 batting average.

About Brady Wilson

Prep: Lettered three times for head coach M.L. Woodruff at Parkview Baptist...selected as the team captain during his senior season...helped the team to back-to-back Louisiana High School Athletic Association Baseball State Championships...named First Team All-Metro during his senior season...was a First Team All-District 8-3A as a senior and a Second Team All-District 7-3A as a junior...named to the All-State 3A squad during his final season with the Eagles...also lettered three times in football...helped the Eagles to the 2007 LHSAA Football State title and a 2009 State runner-up finish...garnered First Team All-State honors as a senior...was a finalist for the Warrick Dunn Player of the Year and The Advocate Athlete of the Year...played summer ball for Marucci Elite...helped the team to the 2009 Perfect Game World Wooden Bat Championships in Atlanta, Ga.

Personal: Born Brady McLain Wilson on October 2, 1991...the son of Scott and Cherie Wilson...has one brother, Cole, who plays baseball at Nicholls State.