Brent Lavallee begins his first season as the Graduate Assistant for the Pilots. He came to LSUS as a 17-year old freshman and played in a total of 200 games throughout his four seasons. Multiple knee surgeries forced him to miss the 2008 season, his senior year, but came back for the 2009 campaign and finished second on the team in home runs (18) and RBIs (78).
His spectacular 2009 season earned him numerous awards: GCAC All-Conference for the second time in his LSUS career, 2nd Team All-Louisiana, NAIA All American Honorable Mention, 1st Team All-Canada, Delta Sports Amateur Athlete of the Year, and was runner up for the Canadian College Baseball Player of the Year.
Lavellee's playing career garnished a 165-74 at LSUS while being a part of the first Gulf Coast Athletic Conference regular season championship in 2005. He was a part of 3 GCAC Tournament championships, played in four NAIA Regional Tournaments, reaching the finals twice.
Lavallee ranks 3rd on the all-time LSUS list in games played (200), 4th in doubles (41), 2nd in home runs (28), 2nd in Runs Batted In (142) and 4th in hit-by-pitch (41).
Brent Lavallee was born and raised in North Delta, British Columbia, Canada. He is the son of Wes and Tammy Lavallee and his two brothers, Millan and Reed are both on the 2010-2011 LSUS Baseball Roster. Brent played baseball, hockey and swam competitively while growing up and attended the Seaquam Secondary School. He played his high school baseball for Ari Mellios on the North Delta Blue jays of the British Columbia Premier Baseball League.