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2 more Warriors sign with Division 1 schools
Sophomore right-handed pitchers Brandon Allen, Matt Ellenbest, Spencer Drake and Clay Wallace, along with left-hander Spencer Sapp, rightfielder Garrett Gordon, first baseman Cole Gleason ,shortstop Edgar Figueroa, and catcher James Jewell have decided on where they will continue their education and baseball in 2014.
Bobby Segal, a former catcher at Indiana University, is in his 6th year coaching collegiate baseball and first season at Wabash Valley College. He works with the Warrior hitters and catchers in addition to serving as the program's recruiting coordinator.
Segal spent the summer of 2012 with the Terre Haute Rex of the Prospect League, as the hitting coach and catching instructor. Ranked as high as 19th in the country by Perfect Game USA, the club went on to win the Western Division, winning the second half of the season and having the best overall record of 38-23.
During the 2011-12 season, Segal served as the recruiting coordinator and hitting coach at Tarleton State University. The Texans were runner-up at the Lone Star Conference tournament and won 17 of their last 22 games, finishing the season with a 30-21 clip.
Head Coach: Wabash Valley College
Rob Fournier is entering his 16th season as the Wabash Valley College Head Baseball Coach. A 1994 graduate of MacMurray College (B.S. Psychology and Physical Education) and a 1992 graduate of Ventura Community College (Associates of Arts), Fournier is looking forward to continued success with the Warrior team.
Under his 16 years as Head Coach at WVC, Fournier's teams have experienced a lot of success on the field and in the classroom. In his first year, he helped turn around a 12 - 34 team in 1996 to a 37 - 16 mark in 1997. Since then the standard of winning has remained intact. In the past 15 seasons the Warriors have been ranked consistently in the top 25 in the country. His teams have won 30 or more games every year with nine 40+ win seasons. The Warriors have also been able to win 5 regular season Great Rivers Athletic Conference titles, and have consistently finished among the top 3 teams in the highly competitive GRAC Division One NJCAA Conference. Fournier has won the GRAC Coach of the Year Award four times ('00, 03, 08, 10.).
More than wins and losses, Fournier has stood by the importance of moving kids on to the next level. "That doesn't happen without pushing kids to do well in the classroom," Fournier says. "We push all of our players to earn an A.A. (Associate of Arts) degree so they have the opportunity to move on to the 4 year college level, and/or to professional baseball." In the past 14 seasons the Warriors have been able to send players to schools such as the SEC, Big 12, MVC, C-USA, Sun Belt, Big 10, A-Sun, OVC and many other 4 year colleges. Sending players to the professional level has been just as successful as Fournier has had the opportunity to help 54 players be drafted or signed professionally.