Convention Speaker Coach Randy Town
Coach Town: Bio
Coach Town recently stepped down from the Head Baseball coaching duties at the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges (CMS) after 27 seasons to accept an administrative role within the athletic department. CMS is located in Southern California about 45 minutes east of Los Angeles.
Coach Town is a past chairman of the All-American selection committee and the NCAA Division III National Committee. Coach Town was recognized by a vote of his peers as the 1996 West Region Coach of the Year for guiding the Stags to their third postseason appearance during his tenure.
Town was a professional pitcher (1978-81) and coach (1984 and 1985) with the Cincinnati Reds organization. He also served as head coach of four youth teams playing at the international level. He was an assistant coach for California State University, Stanislaus prior to coming to Claremont from (1982-1987). While he was attending Stanislaus, he was a member of the 1977 NCAA Division III National Championship team.
Coach Town was also a member of the 1977 British Columbia Summer Games team that won gold in the Canada Summer Games held in St. Johns, Newfoundland. Randy was born at Vancouver General, lived in North Vancouver and Vancouver before his family moved to Calgary during his high school years.
Randy is an associate professor of physical education and Director of Physical Education at CMS. His teaching activities include golf, running and archery. In addition, Randy is a board member of International Sports Group and their secretary/treasurer.
Randy lives in Claremont with his wife, Mary, and has three daughters: Allison, Anna, and Elizabeth.
Controlling the running game
Pitchers, Pitching, Pick-offs and Pitches
Catching Drills for Receiving, Blocking and Throwing