|Title:||Assistant Baseball Coach|
Brandon Pennington is in his ninth year as an assistant coach with the Earlham College baseball program, after serving as the mentor at Cambridge City Lincoln for 10 years.
Pennington, who coordinates the running game for the Quakers, once again had the Quakers among the top base running teams in all of Division III in 2018. Earlham was ranked sixth in the nation with 129 stolen bases last season, on the heels of an NCAA Division III-leading 155 stolen bases and 3.52 stolen bases per game in 2017. In addition, Pennington helped head coach Steve Sakosits lead the Quakers to an NCAA Division III Tournament appearance for the first time in 2017.
Lincoln was ranked No. 1 in Indiana (2A) during 2010, while the Golden Eagles posted a school record 22 victories. Pennington was named the Co-Coach of the year by the Indiana Baseball Coaches Association for District H.
In his 10 seasons at Lincoln, the Golden Eagles won 129 games, while winning a pair of Tri-Eastern Conference championships, two Wapahani Invitational championships and an Eastern Indiana Invitational championship.
Pennington is a 1996 graduate of Lincoln. He graduated with honors from Ball State University earning a bachelor's degree in Secondary Education in 2000.
As a player in high school, Pennington was a three-year letter winner at Lincoln. He was a starter on the 1994 team that won the TEC title and Lincoln’s only baseball sectional championship. He was All-TEC in 1996.
*Last updated - Feb. 18, 2019