Mike Sansing has coached college baseball for over 15 years.
Sansing hit .406 as a college senior and was named team MVP for the third time. He was assistant at the State University of West Georgia (1985-1986) and Southern Polytechnic University (1987-1988). He was head coach at Shorter College from 1989-1991, then moved to Kennesaw State University. He took the school to the 1994 NAIA College World Series title, winning himself NAIA Coach of the Year honors. It was Kennesaw State's first national title. He won Peach Belt Conference Coach of the Year in 1995 then guided the school to the 1996 Division II College World Series championship, winning NCAA Division II Coach of the Year. He made it to the 1997 Division II College World Series then won 30 games in a row in 1998 en route to a second-place finish at the 1998 Division II College World Series and Peach Belt Conference Coach of the Year honors; the team was 61-5, setting a national record for wins. Kennesaw State also finished second at the 1999 Division II College World Series. Baseball America named Kennesaw State as the best program in Division II in the 1990s. Sansing also took the school to the 2003 Division II College World Series. He retired after the 2021 season, having won 1,158 games. He has coached future major leaguers Willie Harris, Brian Mallette, Brett Campbell, Jason Childers, Chad Jenkins and Jason Jones.
Source: Kennesaw State bio
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