Delgado’s Ian Landreneau headed to Texas Wesleyan
Delgado pitcher Ian Landreneau announced Thursday he will continue his college playing career at Texas Wesleyan University.
— Ian Landreneau (@ILandreneau) July 8, 2021
Landreneau was 4-3 with a 3.33 ERA in a team-high 10 starts for the Dolphins in 2021. In a staff-high 51 1/3 innings, Landreneau allowed 45 hits, walked 24 and struck out 48 and held opponents to a .236 batting average.
The former John Curtis Christian standout originally enrolled at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College before coming to Delgado for the 2020 season.
At Curtis, Landreneau pitched a no-hitter in the 2017 Division I state championship game against Catholic High as a junior. The next year, he tossed a three-hit shutout in the Division I semifinals against Holy Cross as the Patriots won a second straight state title
TWU is an NAIA program in Fort Worth, Texas. The Rams went 27-16 in 2021 competing in the Sooner Athletic Conference.
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