Kaleb DavisAssistant Coach
Alma Mater: Anderson University/2011
Office Phone: (864) 231-2013
Former Trojan hurler Kaleb Davis was named assistant coach on June 1, 2012.
“I am excited to have Kaleb join our program as pitching coach,” Anderson University head coach Joe Miller said. “Kaleb was a dedicated member of our program for five years and has the background and desire to help us win.”
Described by Miller as the “most dedicated pitcher he ever coached,” Davis underwent two major arm surgeries during his collegiate career with the Trojans. The 6-foot-3, 190 pound right-hander made 23 appearances, including 19 starts, on the mound with the Trojans between 2007 and 2011, tossing 61 innings and recording 22 career strikeouts.
Davis was an academic all-conference selection during his career and threw a career-high seven innings while scattering five hits and notching a strikeout in a 2-1 win over Mars Hill as a freshman in 2007.
Davis, who served as pitching coach and recruiting coordinator at Point University from May, 2011 through May 2012, earned his degree in kinesiology from Anderson in May, 2011 and assumed the same duties for the Trojans.
A native of Orangeburg, S.C., Davis is married to the former Jamie Rusnak of Columbia, S.C., who earned a degree in education from Anderson University.