Assistant baseball coach promoted to recruiting coordinator

Assistant baseball coach Noah Sanders (right) works with baseball player Nick Perez (left).

Head coach Chris Curry has announced a promotion for assistant coach Noah Sanders, who will take over recruiting coordinator responsibilities for the University of Arkansas at Little Rock baseball team. 

“We’ve been very pleased with the job coach Sanders has done here in Little Rock in year number one,” Curry said. “His work ethic, along with the ability to evaluate and develop relationships with highly talented student-athletes, made it easy to give him the recruiting coordinator title.”

During the 2018 season, Sanders worked extensively with the Trojan outfielders. He served as Little Rock’s third base coach throughout the season and was a key figure in helping Little Rock to an overall record of 28-28, the highest number of wins in a season since 2013.

“I’m really thankful to coach Curry for the opportunity to be named recruiting coordinator,” Sanders said. “I’m looking forward to continuing the relationships that we have been able to cultivate with first class high school and junior college programs. We have such a unique situation in Little Rock being in a capital city and in a league like the Sun Belt and it’s an honor to recruit student athletes to play here.”

Sanders came to Little Rock in 2017 after spending time at rival Arkansas State, Crowder College and Arkansas-Monticello, where he also assisted with the recruiting efforts.

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