AT LAMAR COMMUNITY COLLEGE
|19 Doug Beck
Enrolled at Lamar Community College in the fall of 2000 after receiving a scholarship from coaches Scott Crampton and Brian Conger…in his two seasons at Lamar his team went 106-17 and advanced to the Junior College World Series his last year….was an All-Conference infielder both years and tallied a career total of 27 home runs…his final year at Lamar he hit .380 with 18 doubles and 17 home runs…was a member of the student senate while at Lamar.
Played varsity baseball at Heritage High School in Littleton, Colorado under head coach Scott Barr…was an All-Conference shortstop his senior season and was an honorable mention pick his sophomore year…also played hockey for 10 years and was a member of the 15, 16, and 17 national select teams.
Born on April 13, 1982 in Denver, Colorado to parents Bill and Sue Beck…his father Bill works in finance and is a graduate of the University of Denver…his mother Sue works in retail and is a graduate of Arapahoe Community College….currently majoring in Exercise and Sport Science and hope to play professional baseball one day…enjoys music and playing hockey.
GETTING TO KNOW DOUG
I chose Texas Tech because: Premier collegiate baseball league
Favorite Food: Chinese
Favorite Movie: The Big Lebowski
Favorite Actor: Samuel L. Jackson
Favorite Actress: Elizabeth Hurley
Favorite Restaurant: Charthouse
Favorite Athlete: Peter Forsberg
My Role Model Is: Peter Forsberg
If I could Play Another Sport At Texas Tech It Would Be: Hockey