July 27, 2009


Meggs Hired as Head Coach at Washington


Indiana State head coach Lindsay Meggs has been picked to lead the baseball program at Washington.


Meggs just completed his third season with the Sycamores. ISU posted a 33-21 record and placed second in the Missouri Valley Conference with a 15-7 league mark. Meggs was named MVC Coach of the Year and was honorable mention for CBI national Coach of the Year.


Prior to his stint at ISU, Meggs spent 13 seasons as head coach at Cal State Chico. He led the Wildcats to a pair of NCAA Division II National Championships in seven World Series appearances. Cal State Chico won eight conference titles and seven regional championships in a 10-year period. Meggs posted a record of 538-228-4 with the Wildcats.


Meggs was also head coach at Long Beach City College and Oxnard College. He was an assistant at California Lutheran and De Anza Junior College.


Meggs was a third baseman during his four-year career at UCLA. He earned a Bachelor’s degree from UCLA in 1985 and a Master’s degree in physical education at Azusa Pacific in 1992.


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