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Daniel Head's Quick Facts
Named Head Coach at Alabama Southern Community College (ASCC), September 2008
Collegiate coaching experience: 10 years
Coaching Career:
•2008-present- ASCC, Head Coach
•2005-2007- ASCC, Assistant Coach
•2004-2005- Okaloosa-Walton College, Assistant Coach
•2001-2002- Jeff Davis Community College, Volunteer Assistant Coach


Full Name: Daniel Todd Head
Birthday: October 7, 1978 (Mobile, AL)
Hometown: Mobile, AL
High School: Satsuma High School
College: Jeff Davis Community College (A.S.); University of South Alabama (B.S.)




Daniel Head
Eagles' Baseball Head Coach


Daniel Head is entering his 8th season as the Head Coach for the Eagles’ baseball program. Prior to becoming the head coach, he spent two years at Alabama Southern as an assistant coach and helped recruit back-to-back, nationally-ranked teams. He was awarded Assistant Coach of the Year by the Alabama Baseball Coaches Association for the 2005-2006 season. Before coming to Alabama Southern, he spent one year as assistant coach at Okaloosa-Walton College in Niceville, FL and one year as an assistant coach at Jefferson Davis Community College.

Last season 9 of the 10 sophomores signed scholarships to continue their careers at the four-year level. Hunter Ellenburg became the program’s 10thNJCAA All-American in the last 10 years. He was also named NJCAA Marucci Elite Hitter for the Southeast District, First Team All-Region XXII, and First Team All-Conference. Chet Niehaus won the NJCAA ABCA/Rawlings Gold Glove Award. He was one of only three outfielders in the country to receive this award.

In his seven seasons as head coach, 67 of the 86 sophomores have graduated with their associate’s degree and 70 have moved on to the four-year level, with 34 of those becoming Division 1 players.

Head is a graduate of Satsuma High School in Satsuma, AL. After high school, he attended Jefferson Davis Community College where he was a part of the 1998 NJCAA National Championship team. After Jeff Davis, he transferred to the University of South Alabama where he lettered two years and was an All-Conference pitcher for the Jags. After his college career, he signed a professional contract with the Seattle Mariners organization and played four years of professional baseball, making it to Triple-A.

He is joined on his staff with assistant coaches Joey Archer, Eli Cook, and Korey Hall.










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