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Mitch Hannahs

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Sport(s)  Baseball
Position(s)  2B
Title  Head Coach
1995–1999  Indiana State (Asst.)
Record  35-18
Name  Mitch Hannahs
1986–1989  Indiana State

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Born  September 16, 1967 (age 48) Cambridge, Ohio (1967-09-16)
Team  Indiana State Sycas baseball
Conference  Missouri Valley Conference

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Mitch Hannahs in an American college baseball coach, currently serving as head coach of the Indiana State Sycamores baseball program. He was named to that position prior to the 2014 season. He previously served as president of Lincoln Trail College. He also was a member of the 1989 College Baseball All-America Team, selected by the American Baseball Coaches Association.


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Playing career

Hannahs was a standout second baseman for the Sycamores, helping them to 172 wins and three NCAA Tournament appearances in his four seasons. He continues to rank highly in many offensive categories in the all-time Indiana State record book, including sixth in batting average, second in runs, and fourth in hits. In his senior season, Hannahs batted .428 with 101 hits and 76 runs en route to earning a place on the ABCA All-America Team. He was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 16th round of the 1989 MLB draft and played three seasons in the minors, reaching the class-AA El Paso Diablos.

Coaching and administrative career

After ending his playing career, Hannahs twice served as an assistant at Indiana State, from 1995–1999 and again in 2001, before accepted the head coaching position at Lincoln Trail College. He served nine seasons in that capacity; claiming two Region 24 (NJCAA) titles and two Great Rivers Athletic Conference championships, and adding athletic director to his duties. After the 2010 season, he was named President of Lincoln Trail College, and remained in that position until the summer of 2013, when he accepted the head coaching position at Indiana State

On August 22, 2017; Hannahs inked a contract extension thru the 2020 season.

Head coaching records

Below is a table of Hannahs's yearly records as an NCAA Div I Head Coach.


Mitch Hannahs Wikipedia

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