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Five Trojans Named All-Conference
Five Trojans earned all-conference honors while junior Luke Davis was named to the American Midwest Conference Gold Glove Team.
Clay Biggs started his career at Hannibal-LaGrange College in 2002. Under the tutelage of Coach Biggs, several Trojan players have received post season honors including 36 All-Conference players in the AMC (American Midwest Conference), two All-Region players, an All-American (Jarrett Reardon) in 2003, and 100 All-Conference Scholar Athletes. Tyson Mulvaney went on to receive the school's first AMC Freshman of the Year award in 2005. In addition, Coach Biggs led the team to its first ever post season appearance in 2004, finishing 3rd in the AMC, and have since been in the post season three more times. Under Biggs, the Trojans have set the single season win record three times.
Clay Biggs, an instructor in the HLG Physical Education Department, received his bachelor's degree in exercise physiology and his MAE from Truman State University. Biggs was the assistant baseball coach at Truman State University from 2000-2002. He was also a physical education instructor and coach at Adair County R-II Schools from 2001-2002. Coach Biggs states that his goals for student athletes are to get an education and graduate from Hannibal-LaGrange, participate at one of the highest levels of intercollegiate baseball, and develop lifelong friendships in a Christian atmosphere.
Biggs, a native of Kansas City, MO, is married to Lissa Biggs. They have 2 children and reside in Hannibal, MO.
Darren Funk began his coaching career at Hannibal-LaGrange in 2007. In his tenure, he has helped coach several all-conference performers, two conference freshmen of the year, and HLGU's first professional signee.
Funk has a hand in most aspects of the program, but focuses on recruiting, infield play, and hitting. He is also the head coach of the junior varsity team.
Funk played for the Trojans and served as a student assistant coach prior to joining the coaching staff full-time. He also spent a year as the assistant varsity coach for Bloomington High School in Bloomington, Ill., working with outfielders, hitters, and throwing batting practice for the Raiders.