Nesseled in the southeastern corner of campus, Tiger field sits behind the Student Activities Center and Shely Science Center. The field presents a friendly confines feel with fans able to watch from their dorm room windows ..... read more
In 2018-19, Beauford Sanders enters his 29th season at the helm of Tiger Baseball and is the active all-time wins leader in the state of Kentucky with a 898-578 record while at Campbellsville.
Before coming to Campbellsville, Sanders compiled a record of 268-247 (.518) at North Greenville Junior College (S.C.).
Sanders enters the 2018 season ranked No. 12 on the active coaches wins list.
The 2018 season saw much success on the field, as the Tigers won their ninth Mid-South Conference Tournament Championship and hosted the NAIA Opening Round Championship in Bowling Green for the first time in program history. The Tigers were upset by Reinhardt in the Opening Round finals but earned an at-large bid to the NCCAA World Series.
A 25-year coaching veteran, Randy LeBleu enters his 16th season as member of the Tiger’s coaching staff. LeBleu started as the graduate assistant coach of the program, before being promoted to full-time status in 2005. LeBleu’s primary responsibilities include working with the Tigers defense and offense.
He was the head volleyball coach at Campbellsville, from 2005-2009, where in his five years at the helm, the Lady Tiger volleyball team has compiled a 172-52 record. They won two conference championship, one region title, earned the school’s first ever trip to the NAIA National Tournament in 2007, and in 2009 won the NCCAA National Championship (school’s 1st ever team National Championship). He was named MSC Conference Coach of the Year in 2006 and 2008, and the NCCAA National Coach of the Year in 2009.
While at Campbellsville, LeBleu has made his presence felt in more ways than one. Seeing that he is from Canada, he has helped to broaden the regions in which the Tigers recruit, bringing in 16 of Canada’s finest players in the last six seasons.
Brett Neffendorf, a Beaverton, Ore. native, was hired in the summer of 2016 as the pitching coach and recruiting coordinator for the Campbellsville baseball team.
In the previous eight years, Campbellsville has broadened its recruiting territory and has seen many student-athletes make the cross-country trek to the Bluegrass state. Last season 28 of the 38 student-athletes came from Arizona, Washington, Oregon, California or New Mexico and is also the bread and butter for Nefferdorf’s recruiting connections.
Neffendorf has helped the Campbellsville pitching staff become one of the best in the country year-in and year-out. In addition to recruiting, his main responsibilities are to oversee all throwing and weight lifting programs for pitchers, player development and practice plans for the pitching staff.