Mitch Gaspard

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Mitch Gaspard

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Mitch Gaspard is a college coach.

Gaspard helped his team win a high school state title in Texas as a senior, winning All-State honors. He started at second base for LSU in 1985, then spent two years starting at second for the University of Houston.

Gaspard began his coaching career as an assistant at the University of Houston in 1988. From 1989-1992, he was an assistant at University of Louisiana at Lafayette. From 1995-2001, he was an assistant coach at the University of Alabama; as chief recruiter, he helped the team make three College World Series.

From 2002-2008, Gaspard was head coach at Northwestern State University, going 211-128 and taking the Southland Conference title once. He came back to Alabama in 2009 as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator. He was promoted to head coach in 2010, replacing mentor Jim Wells. He was 293-194 through 2016, at which point he was let go. Gaspard was associate head coach at Kansas State University in 2017-2018. He was an assistant coach at University of Georgia in 2019, then moved to Louisiana Tech University in 2020.

Source: Alabama bio