2011 - JUNIOR YEAR
Went 1-2 with a 5.04 ERA in eight starts (40 1/3 IP) and three relief appearances (4 1/3 IP), allowing 25 runs on 65 hits and 15 walks while striking out 48 ... Took the loss at #2 South Carolina on Sunday (5/1), allowing three runs on three hits and five walks in 1 2/3 innings ... Struck out nine in consecutive appearances (4/9 and 4/16) ... Had a quality start at #21 LSU (4/16) but did not factor into the decision despite allowing just one run ... Threw 6 2/3 innings, allowing six hits and two walks while striking out a career-high-tying nine in a game Auburn would win, 3-1, to pick up a second consecutive series win over LSU, the first time Auburn had done that since 1992-93 ... Earned his first save of the season and second of his career at Kentucky (4/9), matching his career-high with nine strike outs in a four-inning relief appearance ... Allowed just two runs on four hits and two walks, entering with Auburn ahead, 7-6 ... Made his first two relief appearances of the season against Vanderbilt, issuing a walk to the only hitter he faced on Saturday (4/2) and allowing a pair of hits in 1/3 of an inning on Sunday (4/3), none of which scored ... Took a no decision at Mississippi State (3/25), allowing six runs in six innings, striking out six ... Left with the game tied at 6-6 ... Had back-to-back outings without issuing a walk while striking out a combined 10 ... Struck out a season-high eight hitters in 4 1/3 innings in the eventual 8-7 loss to #7 Arizona State (3/11) ... Did not issue a walk and allowed just three runs, departing with Auburn ahead, 4-3, one out and a man on second ... Had a quality start against New York Tech (3/4), not allowing a run in seven innings while striking out six ... It was his first win since May 7, 2010 and his first on the road since April 17, 2010 ... Started the Saturday game against Radford (2/26) and left with a no decision ... Worked into the sixth, allowing two runs on nine hits and a walk while striking out three ... Left with the game tied at 2-2 ... Saturday starter in the Auburn Tournament, facing No. 13 Virginia (2/19) ... Allowed four runs on eight hits in 5 1/3 ininngs to be saddled with the loss ... Selected for Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges ... Member of the SEC Community Service Team ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2010 - REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE YEAR
SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year as voted by the league coaches ... Was Auburn's second consecutive SEC Scholar-Athlete, following Ben Jones (2009) ... Made 19 appearances with 15 starts ... Finished the year 6-4 with a 5.91 ERA in 70 innings ... Had four quaility starts on the year, including two of his final three ... Made four relief appearances totaling 1 1/3 inning of work ... CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District (IV) First Team ... Faced three hitters in the seventh inning of the NCAA Regional finale against Clemson (6/7), recording one out ... NCAA Regional opening starter vs. Jacksonville State (6/4) ... Threw 4 2/3 innings, leaving the game with it tied 3-3 and a man on second ... Was charged for four runs on six hits and three walks while striking out three ... Was the Game One starter for eight out of 10 SEC series and was 4-3 with a 6.45 ERA in nine SEC starts ... Only series he did not pitch in was the LSU series ... Took the loss in the SEC Tournament opener against Alabama (5/26), allowing three runs (one earned) on six hits and two walks, striking out six ... Took a no-decision in the 5-3 series-opening win at No. 17 Ole Miss (5/20), leaving with Auburn down, 3-1 ... Allowed seven hits and two walks while striking out three, but was stung by a three-run home run in the sixth ... Had his string of five straight wins snapped with a loss to Tennessee (5/14), allowing five runs in 3 2/3 innings ... Picked up a fifth straight win in five decisions against Mississippi State (5/7) ... Lasted into the sixth before departing with Auburn up, 7-1 ... Allowed a total of three runs on five hits with four strike outs ... Threw four-plus inning in the start at No. 7 Arkansas (4/30) ... Left with Auburn up, 4-0, and a man on first in the bottom of the fifth ... Man came around to score off of Michael Hurst as Auburn lost, 9-4 ... Picked up a second consecuive weekend win when he went 5 2/3 on Friday against Kentucky (4/23) in a 13-6 win ... Allowed four runs on six hits without issuing a walk, striking out five ... Threw Auburn's first complete game in two years in a 12-2 Saturday win at Vanderbilt (4/17) ... Was named the starter following Friday's game and then allowed just five hits, striking out three ... Threw two perfect innings in a desginated split start against New Orleans (4/14) to pick up a second straight midweek win ... Earned the win in a designated split start against South Alabama (4/7), throwing 16 pitches over two perfect innings with a strike out as Auburn won 6-2 ... Could not make it out of the third on Friday night at Alabama (4/2) (2 1/3 innings, eight hits, five runs, four strike outs), leaving with Auburn down 4-1 and two runners on ... Suffered his first loss of the season in the shortest weekend start of his career vs. No. 14 South Carolina (3/26), allowing eight runs on seven hits, three of which were home runs, in 1 2/3 innings ... Earned his first win of the season and his first win in SEC play since March 22, 2008 at Kentucky with a quality start at Georgia (3/19) ... Tossed 100 pitches in seven innings, allowing two runs on five hits while striking out seven ... The win was the first of his career away from Plainsman Park ... Start at No. 2 Arizona State (3/12) was his first weekend start in over two seasons ... Left with Auburn ahead, 7-4, in the fifth before Zach Blatt allowed both of his inherited runners to score as well as two more, giving ASU a 8-7 lead ... In his start against Davidson (3/3 - Gm 2), struck out a career-high nine in 4 1/3 innings ... Left with Auburn ahead, 7-1, and one on ... Appearance against Southeast Missouri on 2/20 was his first since April 26, 2008 as he missed the 2009 season after undergoing arm surgery ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2009 - SOPHOMORE YEAR
Underwent arm surgery and missed the entire season ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2008 - FRESHMAN YEAR
Went 4-4 with a 4.38 ERA in 15 games (14 starts) before injuring his forearm during his start at Alabama (4/26) and missing the final three series of the year ... Started the year as a weekend starter and held onto that role for the duration of the season until his injury ... Was 1-3 with a 6.28 ERA in seven SEC starts ... ERA was fourth-best on the team ... 63.2 innings was second on the team ... Sixth on the team with 37 strikeouts ... Also earned one save on the season ... Suffered the loss at Vanderbilt (4/19), allowing seven runs on nine hits ... Allowed four runs on seven hits without issuing a walk in six innings in before leaving with a no decision vs. No. 10 South Carolina (4/12) ... Earned the win in a designated start against Mississippi Valley State (4/9), throwing an inning and allowing one run on three hits ... Had a quality start (6 2/3 innings, six hits, five runs, three earned runs, two walks, three strikeouts) at Arkansas (4/5) but was undone by a pair of unearned runs, taking the loss in a 5-4 decision. ... Threw eight innings and picked up the win in a 7-5 victory over Kentucky (3/22), scattering seven hits and striking out five ... Had the designated start vs. Appalachian State (3/12), working two scoreless innings ... Pitched a complete game against VMI (3/8), allowing an unearned run on eight hits, striking out a career-high seven ... It was the first complete game by an Auburn pitcher since Paul Burnside did it at LSU on April 6, 2007, and the first nine-inning complete game win by an Auburn freshman since Stacy Jones on March 11, 1986 vs. Richmond ... Needed just 101 pitches in his outing against VMI, never exceeding 14 pitches in an inning ... In first career relief appearance, earned the save, allowing one hit while striking out two in three innings against Davidson (3/4) ... Worked his three innings with just 34 pitches ... Earned first career win in his first career start, going five innings in 12-0 win over East Tennessee State (2/23) ... Allowed a hit to the second hitter he faced and then went four full innings without allowing another.
Played for Tommy Goodson at Prattville ... Went 18-2 with two saves in a three-year high school career ... Was a perfect 13-0 with a 1.29 ERA and two saves as a senior ... Struckout 108 while only issuing 16 walks as a senior ... Also hit .363 with 10 doubles and 27 RBI ... 2007 ASWA All-State ... 2007 Montgomery Advertiser All-State and All-Metro ... 2007 Montgomery Advertiser 5A-6A Metro Player of the Year ... 2007 Team Captain Award ... Valedictorian at Prattville ... Went 3-0 with a 0.80 ERA in 27 innings as a junior ... Struckout 36 that same year ... 2006 East-West All-Star Game participant ... 2006 ALABCA Top 100 Showcase participant ... Listed in Who's Who Among American High School Students ... National Merit Scholarship semi-finalist ... SGA President.
Cory Allen Luckie ... Born on Dec. 8, 1988 ... Son of Craig and Cathy Luckie ... Married the former Lauren Mills on Nov. 19, 2011 ... Has a sister, Mary Catherine (19) ... Majoring in biomedical sciences.