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Questions Regarding Baseball Camps or Clinics please email armybaseballdrive@gmail.com Or Colin McDermot at Colin.Mcdermott@westpoint.edu

Jim Foster was announced as Army’s head baseball coach on June 23, 2016.

"After an extensive national search, we are extremely pleased to announce Jim Foster as our new baseball coach," Corrigan said at the time of his hiring. "Jim brings a wealth of winning experience. His commitment to excellence while upholding a standard fits well with our dedication to duty, honor, country. I am confident he will lead our baseball program to new levels of success and support our mission of developing leaders at West Point. We could not be more excited for Jim and his wife Narelle, and their children Madison, Courtney, Delany and Bo, along with our cadets and members of the Army Baseball Family."

Head Baseball Coach Jim Foster

Army West Point head baseball coach Jim Foster announced the hiring of 17-year coaching veteran Jamie Pinzino to his staff in July 2017.

Pinzino comes to West Point after a one-year stint as the Associate Head and Pitching Coach at Virginia Tech. While with the Hokies, his primary roles were to serve as the team's pitching coach and the recruiting coordinator.

Pitching Coach Jamie Pinzino

Army West Point head baseball coach Jim Foster added a familiar face to his coaching staff in July 2017 with the addition of John Murphy.

Murphy joins the Black Knights after a two-year stint as the volunteer assistant at Boston College from 2015-17. He and Foster spent the 2015-16 season together on the Eagles coaching staff before Foster left to head Army’s program. While with the Eagles, Murphy’s duties were working with infielders and hitters as well as handling video analysis.

Hitting Coach John Murphy

Army West Point head baseball coach Jim Foster announced the hiring of Kenny Fleming as the team's volunteer assistant coach in Aug. 2017.

Fleming comes from a very athletic family as his father Steve was drafted out of high school and played for the Pittsburgh Pirates. He then became a college coach before shifting to the professional ranks as a Major League scout. Fleming's mother Kim and her twin sister Karen were both All-American swimmers at Alabama and have since been inducted in the Crimson Tide's Hall of Fame.

Volunteer Assistant Coach Kenny Fleming

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