Stepping Stones: Tyler Lehrmann, South Alabama

Tyler Lehrmann
Photo courtesy of Greg Rowland

This is the second installment in TCC Athletics' 2019 Stepping Stones series

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. (July 16, 2019)— Tallahassee Community College baseball standout Tyler Lehrmann has signed a national letter of intent with the University of South Alabama. 

Lehrmann, who is a Tallahassee native and graduate of Leon High School, pitched for two seasons at TCC under head coach Mike McLeod. He began his collegiate career as a walk-on, eventually earned a scholarship and, in the process, emerged as, arguably the team's top hurler as a sophomore. 

"To go from a walk-on to a Division I scholarship is pretty awesome and I'm excited to go (to South Alabama)," said Lehrmann. 

The 5-foot-11 left hander had a strong sophomore season for the Eagles. He led the team in wins (7-5), saves (3), strikeouts (66) and innings pitched (60.1) while finishing with an ERA of 3.28 in 22 appearances. 

Lehrmann was named to the All-Panhandle Conference First-team in 2019. He also earned all-academic honors from both the Panhandle Conference and FCSAA in 2018 and 2019. 

Located in Mobile, Ala., the NCAA Division I Jaguars compete in the Sun Belt Conference.

Stepping Stones

  • July 15: Richard Washington, San Jose State