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Facts about the Eagles!
13 NCAA Regional Appearances: 1957, 1973, 1974, 1979, 1980, 1987, 1990, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2009, 2011, 2014
Southern Conference Champions: 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2009, 2011, 2014
10 All-Americans (since 2000)
33 Players Drafted (since 2000)
SoCon Player of Year - 4 times
2011 SoCon Pitcher and Player of the Year
Players to Reach MLB - 3 (14 Total)
Rodney Hennon enters his 13th season as Head Coach of the Georgia Southern Baseball Program. Under Hennon's guidance, the Eagles have won at least 30 games every year and have done so for 12-straight seasons. Hennon joins legendary coach Jack Stallings as the only coaches in Georgia Southern history to record more than 10 straight 30-win seasons. He also ranks 41st among active NCAA Division I head coaches with a 62.2 winning percentage.
Since taking over the storied program before the 2000 season, Hennon has accumulated a 440-283 record, including an impressive 222-126 record in Southern Conference play. Hennon surpassed legendary coach J.I. Clements for second place on the all-time wins list during the 2008 season. He picked up his 321st Georgia Southern win in a 17-13 victory over The Citadel on May 2nd.
In his 14 seasons as a head coach at Georgia Southern and Western Carolina Hennon has amassed a 521-321-1 overall record and a 260-142 record in the SoCon. Hennon earned his 500th career victory in a 7-1 win over the College of Charleston on March 27, 2011 in Charleston, S.C. and was honored by the College Baseball Foundation National All-Star Coach of the Week for reaching the milestone.
Former Alabama pitching coach B.J. Green joined the Georgia Southern baseball staff in July 2009 and begins his third season with the Eagles in 2012. Green bring with him to Statesboro over 13 years experience as both a player and coach in the Southeastern Conference.
2011 was a banner year for the Eagles' pitching staff. Andy Moye and Matt Murray, who both tied for the team lead with a 2.39 ERA, were drafted in the top-15 rounds. Green helped Moye improve from being a 50th draft pick 2010 to a 15th round selection in 2011. Moye cut his era by over half and set career bests in innings pitched, hits, earned runs and batting average against.
Friday starter Chris Beck had probably the greatest pitching moment of the year, throwing a complete game 1-0 shutout of Samford in the Southern Conference Tournament Championship game. Beck tied with Josh Adams with nine wins and posted a 3.23 ERA in 19 starts. Green helped Beck improve on a rough freshman campaign in 2011 and the sophomore ace lowered his ERA from 8.31, improved his total innings pitched by over 70, doubled his strikeout to walk ratio and dropped over .100 points off of his batting average against.
Chris Moore joined the Georgia Southern Baseball coaching staff in September replacing longtime assistant coach Mike Tidick. Moore serves as the team's hitting coach and share recruiting duties with Hennon and pitching coach B.J. Green.
A former player under Hennon at Western Carolina, Moore spent the past two seasons as the hitting coach on Chris Pollard's staff at Appalachian State. Under his direction, the Mountaineers ranked among the nation's best in a number of offensive categories last season including batting average, doubles, home runs, on-base percentage and slugging percentage.
In Moore's two seasons with the Mountaineers, Appalachian State recorded 74 victories, the best two-year span in the program's history since 1985-86.
Josh McDonald enters his first season as an assistant coach with the Georgia Southern baseball program. He will work primarily with the catchers and hitters, coach first base and help coordinate Eagle Baseball camps.
McDonald comes to Georgia Southern from Louisiana State University Eunice where he served as hitting instructor, worked with catchers and held third base coaching responsibilities. In three seasons, the LSUE Bengals were 148-40 and captured a national championship and a third place finish in the NJCAA Division II National Championship. In his three seasons, he coached numerous players who continued there playing careers at four year universities and several players who have been drafted by Major League Baseball.
In 2011, LSUE finished the season with a 45-15 record and fell one win short of returning to the World Series. The Bengal squad finished the season batting .325 as a team.