TAMIU introduced their new baseball coach Friday afternoon. Former assistant coach and Lemurs coach Ryan Flynn will take over the program. Flynn is no stranger to the TAMIU program. He served as an assistant coach since 2012.
Flynn also played for TAMIU for three seasons, back when the program first got started in 2007. He ranks at the top of the program's all-time career batting average and RBI’s, as well as several other offensive categories. Flynn describes his coaching style as fast paced.
“I want to hit the ground running, I want to play this game fast. I wasn’t to play this game up tempo. I know my players want to play that way as well, talking to them already. We're going to hit the ground running and we're going to pick up from the success that we left off against St. Mary's last season.”
Flynn will remain with the Lemurs for home games only for the rest of the season. An assistant coach to the TAMIU baseball program has not yet been named. He takes over for Chad Porter, who left last month for another school.
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