Mike Lorenzo
Mike Lorenzo


Lockport, Ill.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 190



2002 Highlights: Started in 36 of the 44 games that he appeared in?was third on the team with four homers?launched a grand slam in a 27-1 victory over Tennessee-Martin on March 8th?batted .328 in Horizon League action and led the Flames with two home runs and 16 RBI?went 2-for-4 with three RBI and two runs scored against Lafayette on March 25th?roped three doubles and knocked in four runs in a 5-0 victory over Wright State on April 19th?connected for two hits and two RBI in a 5-3 victory over Butler in the Horizon League Tournament on May 25th?connected for a bases-loaded double in the bottom of the eighth inning to propel UIC to the 7-4 come-from-behind victory over Butler on April 14th.

2001 Highlights: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

2000 Highlights: Earned the starting nod at third base in 11 outings while seeing action in a total of 23 contests?ended the year with a .167 batting average in 48 at-bats to go along with nine RBI and six runs scored?extra-base hits included three doubles and one home run against Benedictine on March 21?sparked the Flames in the their 9-0 win over Xavier as he went 2-for-3 at the plate with four runs driven in?registered a .375 batting average against left-handed pitching.

Prep/Personal: As a senior at Providence High School, he played both third base and pitched for the Celtics and helped them to a 30-3 overall record in '99 while ranking eighth in the Midwest Region by USA Today?on the mound, he tossed 12 innings, fanned 14 batters, compiled a 7-0 record and had a 0.00 ERA?at the plate, he batted .415 with 41 hits and 48 RBI while stealing six bases in eight attempts?extra-base hits included nine doubles, two triples and four home runs?following the season, he garnered second team all-state and Chicago Catholic All-Conference accolades after leading Providence to its second consecutive Catholic League championship?in his junior season, he hit a team-high .469 while his 54 runs driven in also topped the Celtics?had 48 hits also included 14 doubles, six triples and four home runs?had eight stolen bases in 10 attempts?on the mound, pitched 25 innings and struck out 38 foes while registering a 4-1 record?post-season honors included second team all-state and all-conference recognition?born April 24, 1981?son of Michael and Jan Lorenzo?plans to major in Business.