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Bobcat Ballpark ... Home of Texas State University Baseball
Bobcat Ballpark has a new look. After putting in a new video scoreboard and bullpens in 2008, the renovations continued into 2009. Now fans can experience a new baseball stadium including enhanced seating options, a brick exterior, ticket office and luxury suites. read more
Since taking over the baseball program in 2000, Head Coach Ty Harrington has built Texas State into an annual contender both regionally and on the national stage. The 2011 and 2009 Southland Conference Coach of the Year, Harrington has won at least 24 games while posting a winning record in conference play during each of his first 15 seasons at the helm of the Bobcats. The winningest coach in Texas State baseball history, Harrington led the Bobcats to back-to-back-to-back Southland Conference championships (2009, 2010, 2011), three NCAA Regional Tournament appearances (2000, 2009, 2011) and a program record for most wins in a season in 2009 that the team again tied in 2011.
Jeremy Fikac will begin his ninth season as an assistant coach for the Bobcats in 2016. Last season, Fikac served as acting head coach, and, in 2013 was promoted to recruiting coordinator and pitching coach after another move up in the fall of 2008 from his volunteer assistant position.
Steven Trout joins Texas State's baseball coaching staff as an assistant coach for the upcoming 2016 season the Bobcats announced on Tuesday, Dec. 15. Trout returns to Texas State after three seasons as an assistant coach at West Virginia and will work with the hitters and the outfield for the Bobcats.
Volunteer Assistant Coach
Former Texas State baseball player Dominic Ramos has found his way back to San Marcos after 10 years of playing professionally and coaching all over the country and world. Now, he gets the opportunity to add a wealth of playing experience to a strong coaching staff at Texas State.