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Darin Hendrickson is a college coach.
Hendrickson was 18-5 as a pitcher at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. After graduating in 1992, he became an assistant coach. He was named the first head coach at Fontbonne College in 1995; in 1998, he was named St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Coach of the Year after a 41-7 season.
Hendrickson then was head coach at St. Louis Community College Forest Park, going 155-74. He was also athletics director during his time there. He next coached at the University of Central Missouri, going 209-46 in four years. He was named the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Coach of the Year in 2006. His teams appeared in the 2004 Division II College World Series and 2005 Division II College World Series.
He became head coach at Saint Louis University in July 2007. After 14 years as a college coach, his record was 544-228.
Source: Saint Louis bio