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Baseball Coach Highlight:

Sunday, April 30, 2017

David Haverstick

Assistant Coach Western Carolina University

Haverstick comes to Cullowhee after having spent the past five seasons as an assistant coach at the Savannah College of Art and Design where he worked with the Bees' pitching staff.

Under Haverstick's direction, the Bees had the college's first-ever NAIA National Player of the Week honor in 2006 when Eddie Anderson was named National Pitcher of the Week. Haverstick has coached three All-Florida Sun Conference performers, as well as two NAIA All-Region XIV standouts. The Bees' pitching corps finished the season with the second-best ERA (2.58) in the NAIA as well as the fifth-best opponents batting average (.224).

Prior to moving to Savannah, Haverstick spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Dallas Baptist University. While at DBU, Haverstick guided the 2001 pitching staff to the lowest team ERA in over nine years. He helped lead the Patriots to NAIA Southwestern Regional and Mid-South Super Regional championships as well as a berth in the 2001 NAIA World Series. While at Dallas Baptist, he earned his Master's degree in organizational management.

 

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David Haverstick

Assistant Coach Western Carolina University

Haverstick comes to Cullowhee after having spent the past five seasons as an assistant coach at the Savannah College of Art and Design where he worked with the Bees' pitching staff.

Under Haverstick's direction, the Bees had the college's first-ever NAIA National Player of the Week honor in 2006 when Eddie Anderson was named National Pitcher of the Week. Haverstick has coached three All-Florida Sun Conference performers, as well as two NAIA All-Region XIV standouts. The Bees' pitching corps finished the season with the second-best ERA (2.58) in the NAIA as well as the fifth-best opponents batting average (.224).

Prior to moving to Savannah, Haverstick spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Dallas Baptist University. While at DBU, Haverstick guided the 2001 pitching staff to the lowest team ERA in over nine years. He helped lead the Patriots to NAIA Southwestern Regional and Mid-South Super Regional championships as well as a berth in the 2001 NAIA World Series. While at Dallas Baptist, he earned his Master's degree in organizational management.