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Ty Harrington
Biographical details
Pasadena, TX
Alma materUT
Playing career
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1988–1991Texas (asst.)
1991–1994Arkansas State (asst.)
1995–1998Northeast Texas
2000–2019Texas State
Head coaching record
TournamentsNCAA: 2–6
Accomplishments and honors
Southland Tournament: 2000, 2011
Southland Conference: 2009, 2010, 2011
Southland Conference Coach of the Year: 2009, 2011
Sun Belt Coach of the Year (2019)

Ty Harrington is a former American baseball player and coach. He served as the head baseball coach at Texas State University from 2000 through the 2019 season. Under Harrington, the Texas State Bobcats to three NCAA Tournament appearances, two Southland Conference Baseball Tournament championships, and three Southland Conference baseball regular season championships.[1] Harrington is the most victorious coach in program history.[2]

Playing career

Harrington played for Texas, lettering twice. He was a member of three Longhorn teams that advanced to the College World Series, serving as a captain of the 1987 team.

Coaching career

Following his playing career, Harrington became a student coach and graduate assistant coach at Texas. He then became an assistant at Arkansas State. During his tenure, the team established many school records, won the Sun Belt Conference Baseball Tournament and made an NCAA appearance. He then served as head coach at a pair of Texas junior colleges, the first of which was Northeast Texas Community College from 1995 to 1998, where he claimed the 1996 NJCAA championship and Coach of the Year awards. Harrington then coached Blinn College for one season before taking over at Texas State.[1]

While at Texas State, Harrington has enjoyed unprecedented success. On April 23, 2011, he claimed his 400th career win over Northwestern State. Harrington has led his team to three NCAA appearances, with a 2–6 record in regional play. His Bobcats have finished in the top three in the Southland Conference each year but two in his tenure, with three regular season championships. During the 2012 season, Harrington led the team to their highest ever national ranking, at number 20 in the Baseball America poll on March 12.[3][4] He has also developed three All-Americans, and numerous conference players of the year. On June 20, 2019, Harrington retired from coaching baseball.[5]

Head coaching record

The following table lists Harrington's record and results each season as a head coach.[1]

Statistics overview
Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Texas State Bobcats (Southland Conference) (2000–2012)
2000 Southwest Texas State 34–29 16–11 3rd NCAA Regional
2001 Southwest Texas State 36–22 15–11 4th
2002 Southwest Texas State 36–24 14–13 6th
2003 Southwest Texas State 30–28 19–7 2nd
2004 Texas State 32–26 16–10 3rd
2005 Texas State 32–26 15–12 3rd
2006 Texas State 29–30 20–10 3rd
2007 Texas State 37–23 20–10 2nd (West)
2008 Texas State 30–27 19–11 2nd (West)
2009 Texas State 41–17 24–7 1st NCAA Regional
2010 Texas State 38–22 23–10 1st
2011 Texas State 41–23 24–9 1st NCAA Regional
2012 Texas State 32–24 19–14 3rd
Texas State Bobcats (Western Athletic Conference) (2013)
2013 Texas State 29–29 16–11 3rd
Texas State Bobcats (Sun Belt Conference) (2014–2019)
2014 Texas State 30–28 16–14 4th
2015 Texas State 24–30–1 14–16 6th
2016 Texas State 31–28 16–14 5th
2017 Texas State 29–30 13–17 4th (West)
2018 Texas State 30–28–1 16–14 2nd (West)
2019 Texas State 36–20 20–10 1st (West)
Texas State: 657–516–2 355–231
Total: 657–516–2

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion


  1. ^ a b c "Texas State University - Baseball Coaching Staff". Retrieved December 4, 2012.
  2. ^ "Q&A With Coach Ty Harrington". Retrieved December 4, 2012.
  3. ^ Jason Gordon (November 20, 2012). "Studdard stays close to home, signs TXST baseball scholarship". Hays Free Press. Retrieved December 4, 2012.
  4. ^ "College Top 25 Rankings". March 12, 2012. Retrieved December 4, 2012.
  5. ^ Alex Miller (June 20, 2019). "Texas State baseball coach Ty Harrington retires after 20 seasons". Hearst. Retrieved June 26, 2019.
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