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Troy Baseball Releases 2016 Schedule
The 2016 Troy baseball schedule, headlined by home games against Mississippi State, Alabama, UL Lafayette and South Alabama, was announced Wednesday by head coach Mark Smartt. Read More
Newcomers Shine in Exhibition Against Ontario Blue Jays
Three of Troy baseball's newcomers tallied 10 hits, and drove in 10 runs against the Ontario Blue Jays on Sunday afternoon at Riddle-Pace Field. Freshman infielder Brandon Lockridge had four hits, including a double and a triple, drove in three runs and scored three times, while junior Trevor Davis had four RBIs on two hits and scored two runs on the day. Joey Denison had four hits, three of them being doubles, and drove in three runs. Read More
Head Coach: Troy University
In his 9th season at the helm of the Trojans, Coach Pierce guided a young, rebuilding squad to a Sun Belt Championship and a 43-19 record in 2011 while also leading the Trojans to their 3rd Regional appearance in 6 years. Coach Pierce was named the 2011 Sun Belt Coach of The Year.In 2007 he led Troy to its second consecutive NCAA regional appearance after a 2nd place finish in the Sun Belt Conference on the heels of a regular season and SBC tournament championship with a 47-16 mark in their first season in the Sun Belt in 2006. With an Atlantic Sun Conference title in 2005 as well, the consecutive conference championships were a first for Troy since becoming a Division I school in 1994. He was also named the Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year in 2006, to complement his 2005 Atlantic Sun Coach of the Year award.
Coach Pierce began his coaching career in his hometown of Marianna, Florida at Chipola Junior College at the age of 23. He still owns the distinction of being the youngest coach (age 23) in Florida Junior College history to win a state championship (1983). He posted 259 wins in 7 seasons at Chipola and then returned to the University of Alabama as the top assistant coach for five seasons. Coach Pierce left his alma mater to begin from scratch the baseball program at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. The first UAH team in 1996 posted 37 wins and won a Division championship. He concluded his career in Huntsville with 276 wins in 7 seasons, an average of over 39 wins per season. A highly respected teacher and motivator, Coach Pierce has coached over 100 players who have played professionally, including 2 from the 2011 Trojan squad.
Assistant Coach: Troy University
Former Trojan Mark Smartt returned to his alma mater in July of 2002, accepting an assistant coaching position under head coach Bobby Pierce. Following his third season at Troy University in 2005, he was named the Alabama Baseball Coaches Association Assistant Coach of the Year. He was the first-ever recipient of the award. Coach Smartt is the recruiting coordinator for the Trojans while also coaching third base and working with the hitters and infielders.
Assistant Coach: Troy University
Troy University head baseball coach Bobby Pierce did not waste any time in selecting a new pitching coach, nor did he have to look very far.