What College Did Alex Bregman Go To?

Bregman studied sports administration at LSU and graduated with a bachelor’s degree. In the Southeastern Conference, he also played shortstop for the LSU Tigers baseball team (SEC).

As a freshman, he wore the number 30, which represented the 30 teams that passed on him in the 2012 draft’s first round.

Alex Bregman
Alex Bregman

In 2013, he hit .369 (5th in the SEC)/.417/.546 (6th) in 282 at-bats, with 18 doubles (3rd in the SEC), seven triples (leading the SEC), six homers, 52 RBIs (5th in the SEC), 59 runs (4th in the SEC), 16 steals (8th in the SEC) in 17 attempts, and a 23-game hitting streak.



Bregman was named the country’s finest college shortstop in 2013 by Brooks Wallace.

Baseball America, the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA), Perfect Game, and the Jewish Sports Review all named him to their first-team All-American squads.

He was also named 2013 National Freshman of the Year by Baseball America, Collegiate Baseball, and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA), as well as 2013 SEC Freshman of the Year and first-team all-SEC by league coaches.

He was also named to the 2013 ABCA First-Team All-South Region, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Baton Rouge Regional Most Outstanding Player, Louisiana Freshman of the Year, and SEC Player of the Week (March 25, 2013), as well as the USA Collegiate National Team (for which he batted .361)

What College Did Alex Bregman Go To?

Alex Bregman attended the Louisiana State University (LSU). Alex Bregman majored in sports administration at Louisiana State University.