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Wright in Baseball Factory spotlight!
In the wake of Concord's historic run to the 2011 WVIAC Baseball championship, CU head coach Andrew Wright is the subject of a new profile on the 'Baseball Factory' website.
The Mountain Lions won eight of their last 11 games to qualify for the WVIAC Tournament on the last day of the regular season. Once in the tournament, CU reeled off four straight victories to claim the title and qualify for the NCAA Regionals.
It was the third WVIAC baseball championship in Concord history.
Andrew Wright enters his fourth season at the helm of the Concord University Baseball program. In his tenure as head coach the Mountain Lions own a record of 89-73 and a conference record of 61-39; however, more impressive is their .909 winning percentage in conference postseason play (10-1). In 2013, the Mountain Lions set school records for most conference wins in a season (26) and single season wins (36).
As a player, assistant coach and head coach, Wright has helped the Mountain Lions to a 248-167-1 record, reaching the WVIAC Tournament in each of his nine years with the program along with five WVIAC Title Games and three Championships.
Wright has a very simple message to his players and their families: graduate, compete for championships and give back to the community. Over the last three years, the Mountain Lion program has seen a steady improvement in team GPA, two WVIAC Championships and with the advent of the "1000 Hour Project," the Mountain Lion program has legitimized their commitment to community service.
The Mountain Lions have also continued its offensive prominence within the WVIAC Conference.
With teams built on athleticism and a disciplined approach, the Mountain Lions hope to continue their reputation as one of the Atlantic Region's most competitive programs.
Wright's coaching stops include three years on staff at West Virginia University (2004-2007), two years as the head coach of the Wilmington Sharks in the Coastal Plain League (2006-2007), one season as the pitching coach at Georgetown Prep (2009), two years as the lead instructor at Bethesda-Chevy Chase Baseball Facility (2008-2009) and was also part of the Milwaukee Brewers scouting efforts in the Washington, DC area.
Wright has coached 47 players who have gone on to play professional baseball, including two who have reached the Major Leagues (Cody Eppley-New York Yankees and David Carpenter-Toronto Blue Jays).
Devin Smith: Assitant Coach