Texas A&M Baseball Coaching Staff

Last Game

Loss 1-4
Jun 2, 2019
NCAA Regional

Rob Childress

Head Coach

Rob Childress took over the Texas A&M baseball program in 2005. More than 400 wins later, he has made a habit of putting his teams in the postseason and players into the professional ranks. In 2015 the Aggies reached the NCAA tournament for a school-record ninth consecutive year, while surpassing the 50 win mark for just the fifth time in program history. The two-time Big 12 Coach of the Year has seen his teams win three conference tournaments, two regular season crowns and four regional championships. In addition, the Aggies reached the College World Series in 2011, their first trip in 12 years. A pitching and recruiting expert, Childress has had 55 pitchers drafted or signed into the major leagues during his coaching career. Before coming to A&M, he spent 14 seasons as as assistant coach at the collegiate level. He served as Nebraska’s pitching coach and recruiting coordinator from 1998-2005.

Will Bolt

Assistant Coach

In his first season in Aggieland, Will Bolt oversaw a stark and immediate transformation in the Texas A&M offense. After years of small ball, the 2015 Aggies became one of the strongest run-producing units in the country, ending the year with 70 home runs. Having previously served at A&M in 2006-07, the Texas native returned home after three years as an associate head coach at Nebraska, where he helped mold the Husker offense into a Big Ten force. Also, under his watch in 2013, the Nebraska defense ranked second in the nation in fielding percentage. Bolt was a four-year starter and named as a captain on two separate occasions during his playing days with the Huskers.

Justin Seely

Assistant Coach

As the recruiting coordinator and outfielders coach, Justin Seely has seen both aspects flourish during his time at Texas A&M. Since arriving in College Station he has helped A&M reach the postseason every year, while capturing three conference titles. In 2011, outfielder Tyler Naquin was named a First Team All-American and Big 12 Player of the Year. In the same season, freshman outfielder Krey Bratsen was selected as a Freshman All-American. Before his time at A&M Seely coached at Texarkana College and Nebraska, amongst others. As an outfielder and DH at Nebraska, Seely was a part of the Huskers’ first two College World Series teams.

Jeff Christy

Assistant Coach

Jason Hutchins

Director of Baseball Operations

Jeremy McMillan

Sports Performance Coach

Casey Meyer

Athletic Trainer

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