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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

Ty Harrington


Head Coach

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.

Entering his 17th season at Texas State, Harrington sports a 531-410-1 all-time record, including a 290-176 record during conference play. He has helped produce 75 all-conference selections, and 41 of Harrington's players have been chosen in the Major League Baseball Draft, including four in 2014 headlined by pitcher Austen Williams in the sixth round along with two more in 2015.

In 2014, Harrington earned a milestone 500th victory against Baylor on April 24, 2014. The Bobcats had a good start to the season, winning nine of their first 11 games including a seven-game winning streak. In a double-elimination conference tournament, Texas State also challenged eventual champion UL Lafayette in a thrilling 4-3 game.


Jeremy Fikac


Assistant Coach

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.

In his first five years, Fikac worked with the team's hitters along with handling scheduling duties and assisting recruiting but in 2013 he took over as pitching coach. The move made sense as Fikac is a former major league pitcher. Still, his offensive guidance only helped Texas State.

Under Fikac's tutelage, the Bobcats put together several outstanding offensive seasons. In 2009, 12 batters hit higher than .300, while Paul Goldschmidt earned all-America honors in addition to being named the Southland Conference Hitter of the Year for the second straight season. In 2010, eight Bobcats hit above .300 and five position players were named to all-Southland Conference teams. Last season, Fikac mentored Casey Kalenkosky who broke the Texas State single-season record for home runs with 21 and also earned all-American status.


Steven Trout


Assistant Coach

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.

"We are very excited to welcome Steven back to the Texas State family," said Harrington. "I believe in the energy and passion for the game Steven has. It's very infectious and will impact our players and program in a positive way."

Trout began his coaching career at Texas State when he served as a volunteer assistant from 2009-10. He worked as the catchers and first base coach while assisting with hitters and infielders during one of Texas State's most successful seasons in the program's history.


Hunter Lemke


Volunteer Assistant Coach

Hunter Lemke is in his second season as a volunteer assistant for the Bobcats after serving as a student assistant for two years.

Before that, Lemke was a record-breaking closer for Texas State and brings a wealth of playing experience to the Texas State baseball coaching staff, playing all four seasons as a Bobcat.

The Cypress, Texas, native took over the position in the summer of 2016, heading up the Ty Harrington Baseball Camps along with other duties as assigned. He also serves as first base coach during the season.


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