The official introduction of Hector Rodriguez as Midland College's new head baseball coach on Wednesday morning was a validation of why he has stayed at MC as long as he did. After 12 years as an assistant, 11 of which under David Coleman, the 37-year-old Rodriguez was introduced as only the third head coach in the program's 17-year history. Coleman announced on Tuesday night that he had stepped down to take a local sales job and left with an impressive 412-241-1 record.
David Coleman confirmed Tuesday night that he has stepped down from his job as Midland College head baseball coach after 11 seasons with the Chaparrals to take a local sales job. Longtime assistant coach Hector Rodriguez is expected to be introduced as only the third coach in the program’s history during a press conference this morning. Coleman 49, said he had been thinking about moving on from the coaching profession over the summer.
Editor’s note: Andrews is coming off one of its best seasons in 2016 and is looking for more this year. For more on the Mustangs, look for a feature in the MRT’s annual football section on Aug. 27. Expectations never really change with the Andrews football team. The Mustangs always expect to do very well, and after last year’s 11-2 record and going three rounds in the Class 4A Division II playoffs, to go with great team chemistry, Andrews once again has high hopes for the upcoming season.
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