Going into the bottom of the fourth inning it seemed like a pitcher’s duel. Alabama had only one hit compared to Presbyterian’s three. This all changed when Chandler Taylor strolled up to the plate.
First year coach Greg Goff now knows who he will play in his first season as the Alabama baseball coach.
Over 400 career wins, two time America Baseball Coaches Association Diamond South Central Region Coach of the Year for Division I honors and multiple NCAA playoff berths are just a few things head coach Greg Goff brings to the Alabama baseball team. Goff, who has been a head coach for a total of 13 years for three different programs, decided to leave Louisiana Tech for his dream job. “Alabama needs to be great at baseball,” Goff said.
Energetic, strict and high energy are just a few of the adjectives that describe first year coach Greg Goff. His first official practice as the 31st head coach for the Crimson Tide baseball program was on Monday. Goff made sure it was an intense one.
On Friday, Greg Goff realized a dream when he was introduced as the 31st baseball coach for the University of Alabama.
Alabama baseball looked to even the series against No. 8 Ole Miss Saturday afternoon in front a sellout crowd.
Alabama hosted No. 8 Ole Miss on Friday. The two teams began the day tied in the SEC West. Alabama starter Geoffrey Bramblett threw seven innings with just one unearned run, but the offense did not back him up, as Alabama lost 4-0. “Really the last two Fridays Geoffrey has certainly pitched well enough to win,” coach Mitch Gaspard said.