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Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders Baseball Tickets
Conference: Southland Conference
Head Coach: Scott Malone
Home Field: Chapman Field
Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders Baseball TicketsThe Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Islanders are one of the newer teams in NCAA Division I baseball. The first Division I Islanders baseball team took to the field for the 2004 season. During their first three seasons, the team remained independent and was not a part of any conference, but by the 2007 season, the Islanders had joined the Southland Conference. Since the arrival of head coach Scott Malone in 2008, the Islanders have put together an impressive record. In 2011, the team won 37 games, a record for the program. The 2013 season also saw them win more than 30 games under Malone’s leadership and the team has made it to the Southland Conference Tournament several times. Recently, the Islanders have produced notable players like pitchers Trevor Belicek and Jacob Dorris who both signed professional contracts after their college careers ended. Despite being such a new program, the Islanders continue to be a competitive force on the field. In 2019, the Islanders won an impressive 31 games, and their growing fan base is hungry for more in the upcoming season. Pick up your tickets to see the Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders baseball team at StubHub.
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Who is the Islanders’ baseball team head coach?Scott Malone is the head coach of the Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders baseball team. He's been at the helm for more than a dozen years. During that time, Malone has led the Islanders to many successful seasons. The team made it to the Southland Conference Tournament in the five consecutive years from 2011-2015. Prior to his coaching career with Texas A&M Corpus Christi, Malone was an assistant for the UNLV Hustlin' Rebels. At UNLV, he was known for his work as a hitting instructor and also showed a keen eye for recruiting talented players. Malone played his own college baseball at TCU as a first baseman before being drafted by MLB’s Texas Rangers in 1992 and he also played minor league baseball for five seasons. Malone's coaching team is rounded out by assistants Marty Smith and Seth LaRue.
Where do the Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders play?The Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders play their home games at Chapman Field in Corpus Christi, Texas. Chapman Field has bleacher seating for 500 people along with plenty of standing room. The Islanders have used this field since 2002, and it was renovated in 2012. Lights were added to the field, drainage was improved and new fences were constructed.
What conference do the Islanders play in?The Islanders play in the Southland Conference. This is an NCAA Division I conference comprised of 13 schools and founded in the 1960s. All of the Southland Conference schools are located in three states: Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana. Among others, they include Abilene Christian University, Sam Houston State University and Nicholls State University.
Who are some notable Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders players?The Islanders have developed several professional-caliber players over the years, with over a dozen being picked in the MLB draft. Dustin Lacaze, Harrison DiNicola, Todd Simko and Matt Holland are some of the more notable players who spent their college days at Texas A&M Corpus Christi.
Do the Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders have any notable rivalries?As one of the newer programs in Division I baseball, the Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders don't have many established rivals yet. The Islanders match up well against in-conference teams like the University of the Incarnate Word.In fact, in 2020, they shut UIW out by a score of 7-0. This team plays a spirited style of baseball and split a hard-fought, non-conference series with the University of Missouri Tigers in 2020.
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