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Baseball Coach Highlight:

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Mike Lane

Head Coach: University of North Alabama

Mike Lane has transformed the University of North Alabama baseball program into one of the nation's most consistent winners. Lane has averaged 36 wins per season, won 40 games or more six times, won five Gulf South Conference championships and taken the Lions to ten NCAA regionals and one World Series since his arrival in 1983.

Under Lane, numerous Lion baseball players have gone on to play professional baseball, including Cedric Landrum who debuted in the major leagues with the Chicago Cubs and played in 1993 with the New York Mets, Jim Czajkowski, who reached the majors with Colorado Rockies is in 1994, Terry Jones, who debuted with the Rockies in 1996 and also played with the Expos and Dodgers, and Josh Willingham who made his major league debut with the Florida Marlins in 2004 and earned a starting position in 2006.

In addition, Lane has developed a national reputation of success and was chosen by the United States Baseball Federation to serve as one of three coaches for the South team in the U.S. Baseball Trials in Florida in 1992. The squad selected from those trials represented the U.S. in the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain.

 

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Mike Lane

Head Coach: University of North Alabama

Mike Lane has transformed the University of North Alabama baseball program into one of the nation's most consistent winners. Lane has averaged 36 wins per season, won 40 games or more six times, won five Gulf South Conference championships and taken the Lions to ten NCAA regionals and one World Series since his arrival in 1983.

Under Lane, numerous Lion baseball players have gone on to play professional baseball, including Cedric Landrum who debuted in the major leagues with the Chicago Cubs and played in 1993 with the New York Mets, Jim Czajkowski, who reached the majors with Colorado Rockies is in 1994, Terry Jones, who debuted with the Rockies in 1996 and also played with the Expos and Dodgers, and Josh Willingham who made his major league debut with the Florida Marlins in 2004 and earned a starting position in 2006.

In addition, Lane has developed a national reputation of success and was chosen by the United States Baseball Federation to serve as one of three coaches for the South team in the U.S. Baseball Trials in Florida in 1992. The squad selected from those trials represented the U.S. in the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain.