Parker Departs OKWU Baseball after Seven Years at the Helm

BARTLSVILLE, Okla. – After seven years at the helm of the Oklahoma Wesleyan baseball program, Matt Parker has submitted his resignation to Athletic Director Mark Molder.

“Matt Parker did an amazing job leading our baseball program. His successes have been some of the best throughout the country during his time at OKWU,” Molder said.

During his time at Oklahoma Wesleyan, Parker compiled a 325-111 overall record and guided the Eagles to six 40-win season and two appearances in the NAIA World Series in 2014 and 2017.

Oklahoma Wesleyan compiled a 53-8 record this past season and went 25-5 in the KCAC, finishing a the Regular Season Conference Champions and also capturing the KCAC Tournament Championship.

Thanks for a great seven years, Coach!

MATT PARKER’S YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD AT OKLAHOMA WESLEYAN

YEAR W L PCT. W L PCT.
2012 42 25 0.637 12 8 0.600
2013 31 23 0.574 13 11 0.542
2014 58 8 0.879 23 1 0.958
2015 49 14 0.778 19 5 0.792
2016 41 23 0.641 21 15 0.583
2017 51 12 0.810 20 6 0.769
2018 53 8 0.869 25 5 0.833

 

 

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