Honors & Awards
• Academic All-Big Ten (2022, 2023)
• Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2020, 2022; Spring 2022)
• Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2023)
2022: Luke Sartori (pronounced Sar-tor-ee) played in 41 games, making 20 starts at center field for Nebraska. • Hit .192 with a double and home run. • Totaled 14 hits, nine RBI, 19 runs and five stolen bases. • Recorded four multi-hit games and a multi-RBI game. • Went 2-for-4 with a home run, four RBI and three runs scored at Ohio State. • Garnered two-hit games against Sam Houston, Ohio State (two times) and Minnesota. • Scored two runs at Minnesota.
2021: Sartori appeared in five games in debut season at Nebraska. • Had an RBI single in his lone at-bat of the season in a 12-2 win vs. Northwestern.
Before Nebraska: Sartori joined the Huskers from Hutchinson Community College, where he played the shortened 2020 season under Coach Ryan Schmidt • In 19 games, Sartori led the Blue Dragons in batting average (.455), hits (30), runs scored (23), doubles (8), slugging percentage (.758), on-base percentage (.520) and shared the team high in stolen bases (4) • Ranked second on the team in home runs (4) and RBIs (18) • Tied a single-game school record with a 5-for-5 performance • Played high school baseball at Lincoln Southwest under Coach Mitch Vernon • Batted .370 with three home runs • Earned second-team Super State and all-conference accolades.
Personal: Born on April 16, 2001 • Parents are Peter and Michelle Sartori • Has one sister, Hally, and one brother, Logan • Majoring in nutrition, exercise and health science.