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Head Coach Jack Leggett
Coach Jack Leggett is in his 20th year at Clemson University and his 18th as Head Coach. He has coached Division 1 Baseball for 34 years at the University of Vermont, Western Carolina University, and now at Clemson, and has had many teams win conference titles and compete in NCAA tournaments. Many former players have achieved all-conference, regional, and All-American honors as well as having played professional baseball.
Coach Leggett was named ACC Coach of the Year in 1994 and 1995, and has three times been named Atlantic Region Coach of the Year. He was one of 9 finalists for National Coach of the Year, and was a member of the Division 1 Baseball Committee. He is an accomplished national clinician and speaker and is known for his emphasis on fundamentals, positive thinking, and teamwork approach to the game of baseball.
He has been involved in baseball camps for young players 34 years and directed successful camps for 32 years. Seventeen of his eighteen teams have played in the NCAA tournament. The 1995, 1996, 2000, 2002, 2006, and 2010 teams won Regional Championships and played in the College World Series.
Bradley LeCroy is in his sixth year as an assistant coach with the Tiger program. He is in his second stint, as he served as a volunteer assistant coach at Clemson from 2003-05. He also earned four letters at Clemson from 1997-00. LeCroy (pronounced luh-CROY) spent 2008-10 as Tennessee's infielders coach and recruiting coordinator under Head Coach Todd Raleigh. Prior to his stint in Knoxville, LeCroy served under Raleigh at Western Carolina in 2006 and 2007.
LeCroy's 2012 recruiting class (2013 newcomers) was
rated as high as #5 in the nation by Collegiate Baseball.
That was a big reason LeCroy was rated as the ninth-best
assistant coach in the nation by Baseball America prior to
the 2013 season.
Dan Pepicelli (pronounced peh-pih-SEH-lee) is in his fourth year with the Tiger program as the pitching coach and first as the associate head coach. Pepicelli (pronounced peh-pih-SEH-lee) spent nine seasons (2001-09) as the head coach at Saint John Fisher College in Rochester, NY.
In his first year at Clemson in 2010, Pepicelli molded the young pitching staff
into a consistent group that
was a big reason the Tigers
reached the College World
Series. He became Clemson's first pitching coach
in history to lead a staff to
Omaha in his first year in
Michael Johnson is in his fifth season on the
Tiger coaching staff in 2013 and serves as the
volunteer assistant coach, working primarily
with infielders and hitters. In his nine years associated with the Tiger program, Clemson has
been to the NCAA Tournament all nine years, including three College World
Series trips and six super
regional appearances. He
is also Clemson's first-base
coach and wears the #31
jersey, the same number
he wore during his playing
days as an All-American in
Tigertown when he hit 58
career home runs.
Other camp staffers include outstanding college and high school coaches from various programs as well as some current and former Clemson players. All coaches are hired to try to develop your son to his utmost in areas that will improve his game.
Fall Baseball Camp....P.O. Box 283