Rob Henry

Rob Henry

25 years of collegiate coaching experience Most wins of any coach in Kentucky State University history Improved the KSU record from 14-29 in 2013 to 27-16 in 2019 Improved all offensive and defensive performance statistics 2002, 2003, 2005 NAIA World Series appearances as an assistant coach Has worked and presented at numerous camps and clinics

Head Coach
Kentucky State University

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Rob Henry just finished his 25th season of coaching, and 8th as the Head Coach at Kentucky State University. Since taking over as the KSU Head Coach, the Thorobreds improved their batting average from .242 to .303, slugging percentage from .308 to .440, on-base percentage from .342 to .410 and runs scored from 4.1 runs per game to 7.4, while stealing 86 bases. Consequently, the Breds improved from a 14-29 record in 2013 to 27-16 in 2019, their first winning season since 1988, and best record since the 1970's.

Prior to taking over at KSU, Coach Henry coached at Asbury University in 2012, helping the Eagles win the KIAC Conference and make their only NAIA National Tournament appearance in their history. Coach Henry coached at the Division I level at Cleveland State University as the Recruiting Coordinator from 2007-2011, and at Spalding University from 2002-2006. Spalding made appearances in the 2002, 2003 and 2005 NAIA World Series.

Coach Henry began his coaching career at Daviess County High School in 1994, and collegiate coaching career at Kentucky Wesleyan College from 1996-2001. The Lexington, KY native played at Kentucky Wesleyan College from 1990-1994 and earned a State Championship in 1989 at Lafayette High School playing for Steve Chandler.

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