Head Coach: Auburn University
Sunny Golloway, who enters his second season on The Plains in 2015, was named Auburn's 17th head baseball coach on June 14, 2013.
Golloway spent the previous eight seasons (2005-13) as head coach at the University of Oklahoma, where he led the Sooners to seven NCAA Regional berths, four NCAA Super Regionals and the 2010 College World Series.
Golloway has been a proven winner at each of his head coaching stops. In 17 full seasons as a head coach - eight seasons each at Oklahoma and Oral Roberts as well as one at Auburn - Golloway has amassed a record of 709-365-1 (.660), including 12 seasons with at least 40 wins. He recorded a mark of 346-181-1 (.656) in eight-plus seasons as the Oklahoma head coach, an average of more than 40 wins per season. Prior to the 2013 season, Golloway's winning percentage ranked No. 15 nationally among active head coaches.
Associate Head Coach/Pitching: Auburn University
Tom Holliday, who has helped lead teams to 15 College World Series appearances and two national championships, will begin his first season as associate head coach and pitching coach at Auburn in 2015.
In addition to his duties as associate head coach and pitching coach, Holliday will serve as Auburn's recruiting coordinator.
Holliday comes to Auburn after spending the past eight seasons as associate head coach at North Carolina State, where he most recently helped lead the Wolfpack to the 2013 College World Series and groomed ace pitcher Carlos Rodon into the No. 3 overall MLB Draft pick in 2014.
Hitting Coach: Auburn University
Greg Norton, a 13-year Major League Baseball veteran, is in his second season as hitting coach at Auburn. He was hired on July 15, 2013.
Norton spent the 2013 season as the minor league hitting coordinator in the Miami Marlins organization, and he served two years with the New Orleans Zephyrs, the Marlins' Triple-A affiliate, as both a hitting coach and manager.
Norton made his coaching debut during the 2010 season as the Zephyrs' hitting coach. Midway through the year, he was promoted to manager when the Zephyrs' manager, Edwin Rodriguez, replaced Fredi Gonzalez as the Marlins' skipper. Norton finished the 2010 season and stayed on as manager for the entirety of the 2011 campaign.
Volunteer Assistant Coach: Auburn University
Hunter Vick enters his second season as a volunteer assistant on the Auburn baseball staff in 2015.
Vick brings four years of collegiate coaching experience and three years of coaching in the professional ranks to the Tigers' staff. In 2013, hehelped lead Central Alabama Community College to the NJCAA National Championship as an assistant,
Vick will work with the Tigers' infielders alongside Golloway. He will also assist with camps, off-field operations and on-campus recruiting.
Strength and Conditioning Coach: Auburn University
2009 - SENIOR YEAR
Missed the entire season after undergoing surgery on his right hand on Tuesday, Feb. 17, after fracturing it during a preseason practice ... Team captain as voted on by his teammates.
2008 - JUNIOR YEAR
Hit .233 in 44 games (38 starts, all behind the plate) ... Collected seven doubles, a triple and a home run, driving in 18 and scoring 18 ... Also laid down six sacrifice bunts, third on the team ... Upped his average to .253 in SEC play with five doubles and 12 RBI ... Threw out nine of 33 base stealers (27 percent) and also had two pickoffs ... Hit his first home run of the season on Friday night vs. Mississippi State (May 2) ... Went 3-for-9 (.333) with a double, two sacrifices and three RBI during Arkansas series ... Had a string of five starts where he drove in six RBI from March 25 - April 5 ... Hit his first career triple in the March 5 game against Davidson ... Hit .241 (7-for-29) in April with a pair of doubles and four RBI ... Hit .236 in March (13-for-55, two doubles, a triple, eight runs and six RBI).
2007 - SOPHOMORE YEAR
Hit .319 in 27 contests, which included 14 starts ... Finished the year with 22 hits, including a double and a home run, driving in eight ... Used mainly as a defensive replacement late in games ... Hit .375 (6-for-16) when coming off the bench ... Played in all three games in the season's final series at Kentucky, going 3-for-8 in his two starts against the Wildcats, driving in a run and scoring two ... Hit a two-run HR in Auburn's six-run fourth inning at South Alabama (Feb. 25) ... Finished the game against USA 2-for-6 with two runs scored and a career-high three RBI ... Hit safely in 13 of the 14 games that he started, which included his final six starts of the season.
Director of Baseball Operations: Auburn University
Director of Baseball Operations Scott Duval enters his 18th season with the Auburn Tigers baseball program in 2015. He is responsible for the off-the-field operation of the baseball office. He oversees the baseball budget, team travel, game operations, student managers and all other business aspects of the baseball office. He also serves as the Camp Director for the Tigers' summer and winter baseball camps.
Duval is baseball's liaison with Auburn's media relations, marketing and promotions and compliance offices as well as the SEC office. He also takes the reigns on the annual team banquet, Strike Out Cancer 5K and Home Run Derby out of the baseball office, working with outside organizations to make sure all events run smoothly while generating money for their respective organizations. Duval also works closely with the Auburn Diamond Club and the Auburn Baseball Alumni Club, organizing various team events throughout the year, and he helped coordinated the First Annual Alumni Golf Tournament in 2006.
A native of Mobile, Ala., Duval served as a student manager for the men's basketball team at the University of Mobile in 1995. After transferring to Auburn in 1996, he served as a student manager for the Auburn baseball team from 1997-2000. He then served as a Graduate Administrative Assistant in 2001 before to joining the Auburn staff full time prior to the 2002 season as the Tigers' Administrative Assistant. He was promoted to Director of Baseball Operations prior to the 2004 season.
Athletic Trainer: Auburn University
Anthony Sandersen is in his second year as the certified athletic trainer for the Auburn baseball team after spending five years working for a pair of professional baseball organizations.
A graduate of South Dakota State University with a B.S. in athletic training in 2004, Sandersen earned his M.S. in sports health care from A.T. Still University in 2007.
Before joining the staff at Auburn Sandersen spent two seasons as the full time athletic trainer for the Milwaukee Brewers rookie level team in Phoenix, Ariz. While in Phoenix he completed all team coverage duties as well as assisted the Minor League Medical Coordinator with various duties.