Brian Biggers

Brian Biggers graduated from Amarillo High School and received a scholarship to play baseball at Connors State College and then at Southwest Texas State University, now Texas State University, in San Marcos, TX.  After a successful college baseball career, Brian played 2 years of pro baseball with the Salt Lake City Trappers.  In 1992, Brian decided to make the move from playing the game to coaching the game when he was offered his first coaching position back at Connors State College where he spent 3 years and during his time there Connors finished ranked in the top 10 Nationally all 3 years.  Brian was then offered the opportunity to coach in the Kansas Jayhawk League where he spent 2 years.  First, as an assistant coach then, as a manager working with young professional players.  In 1994, Coach Biggers was recruited to join the staff at Lamar University as the hitting coach and head of recruiting.  He spent 4 year at Lamar University before he was again recruited to another coaching post this time as the head coach for Nederland High School.  He led the Bulldogs to a top 5 ranking and he was named the Southeast Texas coach of the Year in 1999.  Coach Biggers decided to take his passion for teaching the game and focus on providing private hitting lessons where he has built up a strong reputation for teaching players based on sound fundamentals.  In 2010, Coach Biggers joined the Columbia Angels as a full-time instructor and team manager.  Under his leadership, “Coach Biggs” has led his teams to numerous tournaments wins and titles based on teaching his players how to play “The Angels Way”.

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