Ken Harring

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Kenneth Nils Harring

  • Bats Right, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 10", Weight 175 lb.

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Biographical Information[edit]

Ken Harring is a college coach.

Harring hit .367 and slugged .609 in his college career at Le Moyne College. The Atlanta Braves signed him after college. He hit .322/.375/.447 for the 1989 Idaho Falls Braves. The second baseman's five sacrifice flies tied for the Pioneer League lead. He missed the top 10 in average in a high-average league. In 1990, Ken batted only .211/.243/.283 as a utility infielder for the Durham Bulls to end his playing career.

From 1996-1999, Harring was assistant coach at Northeastern University, going 105-88. He then became head coach at Saint Anselm College, improving from 9-35 in 2001 to 17-32 in 2002 to 23-20 in 2003 for the school's first winning record in 23 years. They did even better in 2004, going 30-22. He won Northeast-10 Conference Coach of the Year honors for his work.

Ken moved to the University of Massachusetts Lowell in 2005 and went 28-20 then 37-14 in 2006, the second-most wins in school history. His club was 33-20 in 2007, 26-24 in 2008 and 25-21 in 2009.

Source: UML bio

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