Lou Campos

Inducted in 2002
Played High School baseball at St. Aloysius High School in New Orleans Louisiana for four years
Played college baseball and earned two varsity letters at Southeastern Louisiana University
Selected to the City of New Orleans All Star game in 1947
Named captain of the Lions baseball team in 1952
Named to the All Gulf Coast Conference Baseball team in 1952
Inducted into the Southeastern Hall of Fame for baseball in 1952
Played professionally for Lafayette Bulls in 1952 of the Evangeline League Class C
Finished his Army tour at Ft Bliss and became coach at Cathedral High School from 1952 to 1961 where he coached football and baseball
Coached at Irvin and Andress High Schools
Coached Andress JV baseball squad to District Championship in 1965
Finished his coaching career at Andress in 1972
Served 37 years as an administrator for El Paso city wide baseball program with Boys Baseball of El Paso
Program was city wide from Canutillo to El Paso to Fabens and responsible for affording talents such as Nolan Richardson, Frank Castillo and Butch Henry the opportunity to play