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The 2017 Inside Baseball Coaches Clinic Features WEST KENTUCKY Assistant Head Coach Ty Megahee
The 3 day event is conveniently held at the Crowne Plaza at 2349 West Marlton Pike in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Registration is now open to high school coaches, assistant coaches, baseball players, as well as students under age 18. We also are offering exclusive Exhibitor and Sponsorship opportunities.
Ty Megahee, who was a former assistant under Pawlowski at Auburn, will be entering his second year at WKU as the team's recruiting coordinator and infield coach after reuniting with Pawlowski back in the summer of 2015. Megahee came to The Hill after two seasons as Mercer's hitting coach where assisted his alma mater in winning 73 games over the past two seasons, including a 2015 appearance in the NCAA Regionals where the Bears lost a pair of one-run heartbreakers to host Florida State and Auburn.
A key proponent of Mercer's success was Megahee's player development, as he helped guide a youth-laden squad to a banner year in 2015 with Southern Conference regular-season and tournament titles and the program's third NCAA Regional appearance.
Megahee took over as the Bears' hitting instructor in 2014 while also working with the program's defense. Megahee came to Mercer after spending the previous four seasons at SEC power Auburn with Pawlowski. From 2010-2012, Megahee served as the Volunteer Assistant Coach at Auburn before being elevated to Assistant Coach for the 2013 season.
While at Auburn, Megahee filled a variety of roles. Megahee served as the team's outfield coach in 2010 and 2011, coached the team's catchers in 2012 and worked with the catchers and infielders in 2013. He spent two seasons as Auburn's first-base coach and two seasons as the team's third-base coach.
From 2006-2008, Megahee served as the volunteer assistant coach at Mercer. Megahee played an integral role in the growth of Mercer's program. Mercer appeared in three consecutive Atlantic Sun Tournaments during Megahee's first stint with the Bears, including two A-Sun Tournament runner-up finishes.
A native of Norman Park, Ga., Megahee was a two-year starting shortstop for the Bears after transferring to Mercer from Darton College. Megahee graduated from Mercer with a bachelor's degree in education in 2006 and earned a master's degree in education in 2008.
Learn firsthand baseball insights from legendary Ty Megahee. Register for the 2017 Inside Baseball Coaches Clinic by visiting www.insidebaseballcoachesclinic.com or calling (973) 921.0400 today!
Inside Baseball Coaches Clinic