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At Clarendon College, the Bulldog baseball team strives for excellence on and off the field. You can be a part of the tradition of excellence that has ade the Bulldogs a success.

Clarendon College is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association and plays in the Western Junior College Athletic conference(WJCAC).

Clarendon is very fortunate to play in a baseball enriched state where anybody any year could come out of Texas and win the national championship.

Clarendon is set in the backyard of the Big XII conference arguably the best Division I baseball conference in America. In the six years of placing players onto the next level Clarendon has sent players to programs such as Oklahoma State University, Ole Miss, University of Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Texas Tech and numerous other top four year programs from around the country.


July 3, 2012

Clarendon College announces hiring of new baseball head coach

Clarendon College is pleased to announce the hiring of Devin McIntosh as the new Bulldog Baseball Head Coach.

McIntosh accepted the position on June 21 and will head to Clarendon, Texas, to start a new chapter as the Bulldog head coach immediately.  McIntosh was assistant coach at Richland College before accepting the new position at Clarendon.

Coach McIntosh has coached for 8 years and brings NCAA Division I experience to Clarendon College coaching at two different DI programs at Nigeria University and University at Buffalo. In addition, he has also coached in three of the premier summer collegiate wooden bat leagues - Cape Cod League, Great Lakes Collegiate Baseball League, and Northwoods Collegiate League.

He has coached over 100 players who have been drafted or signed free agent contracts with Major League Baseball including six first-round draft picks and ten major leaguers.

“Coach McIntosh is a great addition to the Clarendon College Athletic Department,” CC Athletic Director John Green said. “He has a wealth of experience and is passionate about baseball.”

McIntosh is attending showcases and scheduling try outs to fill the squad for the upcoming year.

“He and his fiance will marry in August and they look forward to getting settled in Clarendon,” Green said.  “Coach McIntosh looks to build a strong baseball program and involve his team in the community and surrounding area this fall.”