Jeremy Gray is in his first season as a student assistant coach on the Lamar baseball staff.
Gray assists in coordinating the team's strength and conditioning program, and also works with the infielders and hitters. He serves as an instructor at the Jim Gilligan Lamar Baseball Summer Camp.
A four-year letterwinner, Gray was a three-time all-Southland Conference (2003-05) second baseman for the Cardinals.
A native of Orange, Gray helped Lamar win the 2002 SLC Tournament and advance to the NCAA Regional at Austin. He helped the 2003 Cardinals win their ninth SLC title and advance to the NCAA Regional at Austin. Gray helped Lamar win its 10th SLC title in 2004 and advance to the NCAA Regional at Houston.
Gray, who helped Lamar post a 155-81 record during his four-year tenure, posted a .295 career batting average with 140 runs scored, 218 hits, 44 doubles, 11 home runs and 119 runs batted in. His 140 runs and 218 hits both ranks sixth all-time in school history.
Gray is on pace to graduate in May with a general studies degree.