As he prepared for 2005 and his junior season at the University of Tennessee, pitcher Luke Hochevar didn't set any goals for wins, strikeouts or ERA.He didn't want to limit himself. The result for the 6-foot-5 right-hander from Fowler, Colo., has been one of the best seasons in the history of UT baseball. Hochevar finished the regular season with a 14-2 record, picking up his most recent win in a 5-1 victory against LSU in the opening round of the SEC tournament. It was the Vols' first win ever against LSU in the SEC tournament and moved Hochevar into a tie for second place on UT's all-time single-season victory list.
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