Tommy Lansdon
Tommy Lansdon

Player Profile
RS Junior

Goleta, CA

High School:
Dos Pueblos

Last College:
Oxnard CC

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 165




On Deck -- Mid-year transfer expected to be UCLA's starting shortstop. "We're looking for Lansdon to come in right away and contribute in the middle of our infield," Savage said.

2004 (Summer) -- Hit .420 with 10 doubles, 14 RBI and nine stolen bases for the Oxnard Dawgs... Named to the National Baseball Congress All-Tournament team for second consecutive year.

Oxnard CC -- Played for Coaches Jon Larsen, Selwyn Young and Roger Frash at Oxnard Community College as a freshman in 2004... Hit .256 with seven doubles and a triple while earning second team All-Western State Conference honors.

2003 (Summer) -- Named to NBC All-Tournament team and competed in NBC World Series in Wichita, Kansas while playing with Oxnard Dawgs. Dos Pueblos HS (Santa Barbara) -- Played for Head Coach and UCLA alum Scott O'Leary at Dos Pueblos High School... Hit .460 with 18 stolen bases and 12 RBI as a senior... Two-time first-team All-Channel League selection... 2002 Baseball Factory All-American.

Personal -- Full name: Thomas Patrick Lansdon... Born on June 27, 1984 in Santa Barbara, California... Parents are Patrick and Barbara... Has one younger sister, Tracy... Chose to attend UCLA for its athletic and academic reputation... Competes in baseball "for the love of the game"... Enjoys listening to music, going to the beach and working out... Patterns his play after New York Yankees' shortstop Derek Jeter... Roots for the Los Angeles Dodgers... Undeclared major.