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Coaching Staff

Nick Phillips
Assistant Coach

Nick Phillips enters his third season on the Pitt State coaching staff.

Phillips spent the 2012 summer coaching the Chillicothe Mudcats in the MINK summer collegiate league. The Mudcats set a franchise record for wins in 2012.

Before coming to Pittsburg State, Phillips played one season for Brad Hill at Kansas State University and three seasons under Tommy Myers at the University of Central Missouri. During his time at Central Missouri, the Mules won two MIAA tournament Championships, one regular season MIAA title and made two appearances in the NCAA Division II World Series.

Phillips received second-team All-MIAA and All-Region honors in 2009 and first-team All-MIAA accolades in 2010. He also played one season of professional baseball for the River City Rascals and won the Frontier League Championship in 2010.

Phillips is a Bartlesville, Okla. native. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in general studies from UCM in December of 2011 and a master's degree in Health, Human Performance and Recreation from Pitt State.