career summary for Southern Jaguars Baseball: "After a freshman season in which he hit .180, Lou Brock became the star of the Southern University baseball team that won the 1959 NAIA College World Series, becoming the first and only HBCU baseball team to win a national title at any level. That year, Brock his .524 for the season with five home runs, eight doubles... " and six triples. Following the season, he was selected to play for the United States national team in the Pan American Games.
In 1960, Brock’s junior season, he again led the Jaguars to the NAIA College World Series, where they lost in the semifinals. As he was in 1959, Brock was named to the NAIA All-Tournament team in 1960. For the year, Lou Brock hit .351 and stole 18 bases.
After his junior year, Lou Brock signed a contract with the Chicago Cubs and after a 19-year pro career, Brock earned entry into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.