MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. – The Georgia College Baseball program and Head Coach Jason Eller have announced the hiring of two new assistant coaches for the 2019-20 baseball season.
Recent Bobcat baseball alum Bradly Cammack will join Beau Wellborn as the two newest members of the 2019-20 coaching staff.
“As we head into a new chapter for our program, we are thrilled to add Coach Wellborn and Coach Cammack to our staff,” says Eller. “Beau is a former Peach Belt student athlete who also has head coaching experience and he will run our infield defense and coach first base on offense. Bradly was a fantastic pitcher on our staff and will assist Coach Keith in the day-to-day pitching operations and work with catchers. Both will continue to recruit the state for student athletes that match the GC mission.”
Cammack, originally from Soperton, Georgia, transitions to a coaching role after spending the last two seasons as a pitcher for Georgia College, coming to the team from South Georgia State College. Cammack led the team in starts last year with 10 while accumulating an ERA of 3.89 in 14 games. Cammack was named All-Peach Belt Conference reliever and named to the PBC All-Tournament team in 2018 while leading the Bobcats with a complete game in the PBC title game.
Wellborn comes to Milledgeville from West Georgia Technical College in Carrollton, where he led the Golden Knights in three seasons. Wellborn is 2015 graduate of the University of North Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Education. Wellborn is currently pursuing a Master of Science is Sports Management from the University of Florida.
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