Tracy Archuleta is a college coach.
Archuleta was an assistant at Central Missouri State University, working with the hitters and outfielders and as recruiting coordinator. He was hitting coach, infield coach and recruiting coordinator at Wayne State College in 2000 and 2001. He then became head coach at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. He was 148-124 there, including a 41-18 record in 2004 and a school-record 45-18 in 2005, a big improvement from a 13-win start in 2002.
Archuleta then became head coach at the University of Southern Indiana, going 43-23 in 2007, setting a school record for wins and making it to the 2007 Division II College World Series. He fell to a 36 wins in 2008. Tracy's club set another school win record by going 48-13 in '10 and getting a spot at the 2010 Division II College World Series. They went 4-1 to win the Series, the first title ever for the university. Archuleta took the school to its third College World Series in 2014.
Source: USI bio
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