2019 Inside Baseball Coaches Clinic Features UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA Head Coach Billy Mohl
Billy Mohl joined the USF baseball coaching staff in June 2014 and was named the program's seventh head coach on June 30, 2017. Mohl served as the team's assistant coach from 2015-17, when his main responsibilities were working with the pitching staff.
In Mohl's third season as the architect of the pitching staff, the arms reaped the benefits of his leadership and had one of the best seasons in program history. The staff posted a program record 620 strikeouts, as it was the third-consecutive season of at least 500 strikeouts and the first time the Bulls have ever matched 500+ strikeouts over a three year span. The team's 10.1 strikeouts per nine innings led the nation and set a program record.
Mohl came to USF after five seasons under head coach Mark Kingston at Illinois State, where the pitching staff saw dramatic improvements under his tutelage. He was a recipient of the 2013 Tom Walter College Baseball Inspiration Award, which recognizes examples of inspiration in college baseball and is presented annually by CollegeBaseballInsider.com.
Prior to arriving in Normal, Mohl spent three seasons at his alma mater, assisting Tulane to 107 wins over that period. During his standout four-year career with the Green Wave, Mohl set the school single-season and career record for fewest walks-per-nine-
Born in Wheatridge, Co., Mohl completed his bachelor's degree at Tulane University in May 2007. He resides in Tampa with his wife, Krista, sons Hunter and Brock and stepsons Mason and Grant.
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