Brennon Lund Athlete Profile | BYU Cougar Club

Brennon Lund Athlete Profile

#2 Brennon Lund

Position: Outfielder Height: 5-10 Weight: 205 Class: Junior Roster Years: 2014-2016 Hometown: South Jordan, UT Last School: Bingham High School

Conference Honors

  • First Team All-WCC, coaches, 2014
  • Freshman All-WCC. 2014


  • Parents are Kelly and Cathy Lund
  • Father played baseball for the University of Utah in 1981 and mother played volleyball for Southern Utah University
  • Is an Eagle Scout
  • Played for Utah Marshalls, YD Redsox in Massachusetts and BC Bombers in Michigan
  • Majoring in exercise and wellness

Before BYU

  • Prepped at Bingham High School where he was coached by Joey Sato
  • Preseason All-American
  • All-state and all-region
  • Voted team MVP and outstanding hitter
  • Team won state championship

2014 | Freshman Year

  • First Team All-West Coast Conference
  • Freshman All-West Coast Conference
  • Perfect Game named him to its preseason top WCC freshman

2015 | Sophomore Year

  • Homered in 14-4 win vs. San Francisco
  • Had game-winning RBI vs. Portland and twice at Santa Clara, including 10th inning two-out single of 8-5 win
  • Led team with eight stolen bases
  • Had a 24-game hitting streak

2016 | Junior Year

  • Drafted in 11th round by Los Angeles Angels
  • Rawlings ABCA All-Region second team
  • First Team All-West Coast Conference, Coaches
  • Rawlings WCC Player of Week vs. St. Louis
  • Rawlings WCC Player of Week vs. Santa Clara
  • WCC Player of Week vs. Saint Louis, College Sports Madness
  • Listed among the NCAA's top five hit-leaders for most of the season
  • Batting average was above .400 for several weeks during the season
  • Had a 10-game streak and a nine-game hitting streak during the season
  • Had a pair of game-winning RBI: 1-run single vs. Santa Clara and 3-run triple at Utah Valley
  • Stole 2nd & 3rd bases in same inning at Samford 7-1, Samford 6-4 & vs. Niagara 15-3.
  • Homered and hit 3 doubles at Portland in an 8-2 victory
  • Hit a two-run homer off A.J. Puckett in a victory at Pepperdine
  • Led WCC in hits, runs, batting average and triples