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Wrapping up the Baseball Season
After the conclusion of the College World Series, the final numbers are in for college baseball and in 2011, the Charlotte 49ers put together a solid season on the stat sheet which continues a run of excellence in the program's recent history.
Averaging better than 30 wins per season over his 19 years as head coach at Charlotte, Loren Hibbs continues to push the Charlotte 49ers to new heights in the baseball world. With 35 wins in five of the last six seasons and 30 or more wins in each of the past seven, the steady climb has put the program into new territory. Charlotte baseball ranks eighth nationally of the 297 Division I programs in winning percentage (at .714) over the past five seasons, with a record of 207-83 in that time, putting the Niners in elite company. Charlotte is only of only 15 programs in the country to register a Top-75 winning percentage (at .600 or more) in the last five seasons.
Associate Head Coach
Brandon Hall is Charlotte's Associate Head Coach and in his tenth season with the 49ers coaching staff, his seventh season as the team's recruiting coordinator. His main on-field responsibilities are handling the pitching staff.
Kris Rochelle returns for his third seaon as an assistant with the 49ers baseball program Charlotte. He serves as hitting instructor and works with the catchers and infielders. On gamedays, he is found on the field coaching first base. Rochelle had his pro playing career cut short, playing parts of three seasons of minor league baseball following his 2007 graduation and drafting by Detroit. He joined the Niners after two seasons with the Washington Wild Things and a season with the Oneonta Tigers.
Rochelle holds the distinction of the highest batting average for a single season at Charlotte since 1998. He became the seventh player to hit over .400 for a season after leading the Atlantic 10 with the .404 average in his 2007 season. Also in his senior season, Rochelle led the conference in on-base percentage (.502), while second in hits (92), walks (44) and runs scored (64). He was seventh in total bases (132) and 12th in RBI (50).