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Matt Lane #25
2005 Alaska Goldpanners
2007
Auburn Doubledays

Out ofWashington
05 ClassSophomore
H/W  B/T6-2 / 225 ; L / R
Born5/26/1984
HomePort Angeles, WA
PrepPort Angeles HS

2005 Team • Statistics: Roster: Ed Cheff • Elliott Strankman • Gus Knickrehm // Brett Andrade • Joe Ayers • Allan Dykstra • Matt Fitts • Justin Fuller • Brandon Godfrey • Max Hibbs • Garet Hill • Thomas Incaviglia • Matt Inouye • Jared Joaquin • Matt Kasser • Matt Lane • Mike Lissman • Josh McLaughlin • Kris Medlen • Spencer Pabst • Johnny Ray • Ed Romero • Quinn Stewart • Mark Thompson • Sean Timmons • Sung-Wei Tseng • Kody Valverde • Clay Van Hook • Matt Vogel • Austin Weilep • Sheng-Wei Wang • Shannon Wirth Chris Zachgo | 2005 Team Baseball Card Set | All-Time Roster • All-Time Lineups

2006 Draft: 11th, 330th, Toronto
Jays pick Matt Lane (05) in 11th

PA’s Lane hit HR in pro baseball debut

2006 PRESSBOX

2005 PRESSBOX

  • 5/28/5: Huskies shut out UCLA - "Reliever Matt Kasser faced the minimum over the final two innings to finish the shutout. Washington got its fifth run in the sixth when designated hitter Matt Lane belted a solo homer, his fourth of the year and first since returning from an injury that had him out of the batting order for nearly five weeks."

PERSONAL
Born in Port Angeles, Wash. ... son of Debbie and Ken Lane ... has two younger brothers, David and Eric ... majoring in history and political science.

WASHINGTON
2005 (Sophomore) - Was the Huskies' starting catcher until he hurt his knee April 8 at UC Riverside ... didn't return until May 14 vs. OSU, and then only as a DH ... started 25 games at catcher and five at DH ... missed a total of 14 games due to the injury ... finished the season with a bang during the Huskies' sweep of UCLA in Los Angeles ... went 1-for-3 with a solo homer on May 27 vs. the Bruins and then 2-for-3 with two homers, five RBI and four runs on May 29 in the season finale... 3-for-8 with a double in two starts vs. USC ... had a career day Mar. 26 at Arizona despite not even starting ... came on in the third as a pinch hitter and hit a grand slam and later hit a three-run homer, finishing 2-for-5 with seven RBI ... game-winning RBI single in ninth Mar. 29 vs. Utah Valley State ... started six of seven during first homestand, going 9-for-22 (.409) at the plate ... 3-for-4 with homer, 3 RBI March 10 vs. Pacific ... played for the Fairbanks Goldpanners during the summer and played in the 100th annual "Midnight Sun" game that was featured on ESPN. 2004 (Freshman) - The Huskies' most-used freshman hitter, started 37 games and played in six others in his first season at the UW ... made 36 starts as the Husky designated hitter and one at catcher ... in the last half of the year, started pretty much every game vs. righties ... finished the regular season having hit three home runs in his last five games, one each vs. USC (May 15), UCLA (May 22) and UC Irvine (May 30) ... hit a homer in first start, Feb. 20 vs. Gonzaga ... doubled in four straight games March 12 and 13 vs. Loyola Marymount and March 19 and 20 at Washington State ... went 2-for-4 with a double and a home run in the regular-season finale vs. UC Irvine ... went 4-for-6 in two games vs. UCLA ... 3-for-8 with a homer and three RBI in USC series .. 3-for-9 vs. Stanford ... three-run double highlighted a six-run first inning Apr. 23. vs. Arizona ... 2-for-6 with six walks in Arizona series ... home run Apr. 18 at Georgia Tech opened an eight-run second inning ... 4-for-9 in two games in Atlanta ... started two of three at Arizona State (4-for-9 with two doubles) ... got first start at catcher Feb. 29 vs. OSU ... played summer ball for the Aloha (Ore.) Knights, the National Baseball Congress World Series champions ... hit .290 with four homers and 30 RBI in 40 games for the Knights.

PORT ANGELES HIGH SCHOOL
Earned four varsity baseball letters at Port Angeles under coach Randy Steinman ... helped Roughriders to two Narrows League Bridge Division titles and two first-place finishes in district play ... named the 4A first-team All-State catcher ... played in the state all-star game ... Narrows League MVP as a senior after batting .648 with six home runs ... first-team all-league catcher all three years ... also letters three years in football and once in tennis ... a first-team all-league punter ... graduated with a 3.32 grade point average.


2005 Alaska Goldpanners
 

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2005 Washington Huskies

Batting Statistics

Year   Avg.  G/GS  AB    R   H  2B  3B HR RBI  Slg%  BB HBP SO   OB% SF SH SB/A
2004   .301 43/37  133  26  40  10  0   6  26  .511  18  3  34  .391  2  0  1/1
2005   .254 35/30  114  18  29   8  1   6  30  .500  16  4  26  .363  1  0  2/2
Totals .279 78/67  247  44  69  18  1  12  56  .506  34  7  60  .378  3  0  3/3


Professional Statistics
 
Year Team AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS
2006 Auburn .194 64 222 26 43 9 2 4 27 68 9 60 1 0 .242 .306 .548