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Facts about the Eagles!
13 NCAA Regional Appearances: 1957, 1973, 1974, 1979, 1980, 1987, 1990, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2009, 2011, 2014
Southern Conference Champions: 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2009, 2011, 2014
10 All-Americans (since 2000)
33 Players Drafted (since 2000)
SoCon Player of Year - 4 times
2011 SoCon Pitcher and Player of the Year
Players to Reach MLB - 3 (14 Total)
Rodney Hennon, who has spent his entire 26 year coaching and playing career in the Southern Conference, leads the Georgia Southern baseball program into its first season in the Sun Belt Conference.
Hennon enters his 16th season as Head Coach of Georgia Southern. Under Hennon's guidance, the Eagles have won at least 30 games in all but one season and have posted 40 or more wins three times.
Hennon has guided the Eagles to six NCAA Regionals including the 2014 Tallahassee Regional, where GSU defeated #5 national seed Florida State 7-0. He has led the Eagles to 10 regular season or tournament conference titles including Southern Conference Tournament Titles in 2009, 2011 and 2014.
Assistant Head Coach for Pitching
Former Alabama pitching coach B.J. Green joined the Georgia Southern baseball staff in July 2009 and begins his fifth season with the Eagles. Green brings with him to Statesboro over 14 years of Southeastern Conference experience as both a player and coach.
Green has also helped develop eight different pitchers into MLB draft talent as a member of Hennon's staff and has had over 25 pitchers taken in the MLB draft during his extensive coaching career.
Green helped the Eagles' pitching staff lead the Southern Conference in ERA and post the third best ERA in school history (3.15) during the 2014 season. He also helped develop junior college transfer Josh Wirsu into the Southern Conference Pitcher of the Year, the second such honoree under Green, and had three pitchers drafted following the season.
Assistant Head Coach for Hitting
Alan Beck joins the Georgia Southern coaching staff for the 2016 season following seven seasons at his alma mater, Western Carolina. Beck is responsible for tutoring the Eagle hitters and working with the outfielders.
At Western Carolina, Beck helped the Catamounts through an era of dominance in the Southern Conference which included regular season championships in 2013 and 2014. Over his seven years he worked with six All-Americans, 31 All-SoCon Selections and had 14 players drafted including 12 who were drafted for the first time as collegiate upperclassmen.
In 2013 the Catamounts had one of the nation's most prolific offenses as Western Carolina led the nation in home runs per game, ranked third in slugging percentage and ninth in scoring. The team went 23-7 in league play to set a school record and led the league in batting average. Over a three-year span (2011-13) the Catamounts were ranked in the top-50 of every major offensive category.
Volunteer Assistant Coach
Josh McDonald enters his fourth season as an assistant coach with the Georgia Southern baseball program. He works primarily with the catchers and hitters, coaches first base and help coordinate the Eagle Baseball camps.
McDonald comes to Georgia Southern from Louisiana State University Eunice where he served as hitting instructor, worked with the catchers and held third base coaching responsibilities. In three seasons, the LSUE Bengals went 148-40 and captured a National Championship and a third place finish in the NJCAA Division II National Championship. In his three seasons, he coached numerous players who continued there playing careers at four year universities and several players who have been drafted by Major League Baseball clubs.
In 2011, LSUE finished the season with a 45-15 record and fell one win short of returning to the World Series. The Bengal squad finished the season batting .325 as a team.