Clint Myers
Head Coach
Third Season

Bruce Pearl

Clint Myers, who led Arizona State to two NCAA Championships, was named Auburn softball's second head coach in program history, on Friday, June 14, 2013. In eight years at the helm of the Sun Devil program, Myers took seven trips to the Women's College World Series. Most recently, he made his eighth trip to the WCWS, taking Auburn for the first time in program history in 2015.

In just his second season as the head Tiger, Myers guided the Auburn program to a record 56 wins and its first Women's College World Series appearance. It was a season of firsts for the Tigers as the team won its first NCAA Regional, first NCAA Super Regional and two games in its first WCWS. 

Myers did it all in just year two on The Plains, setting records offensively in batting average (.339), runs (526), hits (606), home runs (99) and RBI (474). He also helped set records in attendance at Jane B. Moore Field. Over 36,000 fans attended Auburn softball games in 2015, including a season-high 2,006 that came out for the series finale against Alabama. 

Emily Carosone, Kasey Cooper and Tiffany Howard were named NFCA All-Americans in 2015. Cooper and Carosone were named to the first team, while Howard made the third team for her first career All-American honor. In just two seasons under Myers, Auburn has had four players given All-American status; Carosone and Cooper became Auburn's first two-time All-Americans. 

Coach Myers
Hometown Bismarck, N.D.
College Arizona State '76
Family wife, Katie
sons, Casey and Corey

As of August 19, 2014
Head Coaching Career 29 seasons
Career Record 1,410-367-1 (.793)
NCAA Regionals 10
NCAA Super Regionals 9
College World Series 8
NCAA Championships 2

2014- Auburn - Head Coach
2006-2013 Arizona State - Head Coach
1996-2005 Central Ariz. (BSB)- Head Coach
1987-1995 Central Ariz. - Head Coach

Coaching Record
Year School Title Rec.
2015 Auburn Head Coach 56-11
2014 Auburn Head Coach 42-19-1
2013 Arizona State Head Coach 50-12
2012 Arizona State Head Coach 53-11
2011 Arizona State Head Coach 60-6
2010 Arizona State Head Coach 44-17
2009 Arizona State Head Coach 47-19
2008 Arizona State Head Coach 66-5
2007 Arizona State Head Coach 54-17
2006 Arizona State Head Coach 53-15
2005 C. Ariz. (BSB) Head Coach 30-25
2004 C. Ariz. (BSB) Head Coach 47-15
2003 C. Ariz. (BSB) Head Coach 41-19
2002 C. Ariz. (BSB) Head Coach 50-17
2001 C. Ariz. (BSB) Head Coach 46-14
2000 C. Ariz. (BSB) Head Coach 41-14
1999 C. Ariz. (BSB) Head Coach 45-17
1998 C. Ariz. (BSB) Head Coach 31-21
1997 C. Ariz. (BSB) Head Coach 34-19
1996 C. Ariz. (BSB) Head Coach 32-21
1995 C. Ariz. (SB) Head Coach n/a
1994 C. Ariz. (SB) Head Coach n/a
1993 C. Ariz. (SB) Head Coach n/a
1992 C. Ariz. (SB) Head Coach n/a
1991 C. Ariz. (SB) Head Coach n/a
1990 C. Ariz. (SB) Head Coach n/a
1989 C. Ariz. (SB) Head Coach n/a
1988 C. Ariz. (SB) Head Coach n/a
1987 C. Ariz. (SB) Head Coach n/a
* Served as head baseball coach

In 2014, his first with the Tigers, Myers led the team to 42 wins and only totaled 19 losses, tying for the second-most wins in one year in Auburn softball history. The team returned to the SEC Tournament after a one-year hiatus and the NCAA Tournament reaching the Minneapolis Regional final against No. 14 Minnesota. Auburn took the Golden Gophers to a deciding final game with the winner advancing to an NCAA Super Regional, something Auburn had never done.

Under Myers, Auburn's offense skyrocketed to some of its highest totals in program history. The total number of runs scored (440), home runs hit (83) and RBI (411) were the highest in any season in Auburn's history. The team batting average (.305) was also the highest in the last nine years.

As important as offense was to his philosphy, Myers also put major emphasis on defense. The nation took notice as AU's fielding percentage tied for the best in the country in 2013. The Tigers generated a .979 fielding percentage, tying with Kansas and standing only one one-thousandth of a percent higher than Florida and Oklahoma in 2014 (.978). Auburn turned 38 double-plays that year, most in the SEC and second-most in the country.

Myers captained the Sun Devils to national titles in 2008 and 2011, and made the trip to Oklahoma City seven times in eight years. In his only miss of the WCWS, he took ASU to an NCAA Super Regional. Under his guidance, ASU has averaged 53 wins per season, including 60-plus wins twice. He became the third coach in Sun Devil softball history to amass 400 victories.

"I am very excited to begin what I expect to be a challenging, rewarding and fulfilling life change with my move to become the Head Softball Coach at Auburn University," Myers said. "This opportunity to coach with my family and to become part of what I feel is a total community family in the town of Auburn was one I absolutely could not pass up. Thank you for giving me and my family this "Alabama Adventure". We hope that you will enjoy the ride with us for years to come."

The Bismarck, N.D., native has also led his teams to great success off the field, twice being honored in the top 10 percent in APR scores among NCAA softball teams. ASU softball was recognized for the four-year cohort ending in 2010-11 and 2009-10, with a 2011 compiled score of 998.

"When we began our search for a new softball coach, the goal was to find a proven winner who could help us compete for championships," Director of Athletics Jay Jacobs said. "We could not have found a coach who better fits that criteria than Clint Myers, who has consistently reached the pinnacle of success in college softball. Anytime you can hire a coach who has won two National Championships and been to the Women's College World Series seven out of eight years, it's obviously a huge win for your program. No less important is the fact that Coach Myers' student-athletes have also been consistent winners in the classroom. I am delighted to welcome Coach Myers and his wife, Katie, to the Auburn family."

Prior to his stint at ASU, Myers spent 19 highly successful years coaching Central Arizona College's baseball and softball teams. From 1996-2005, he was the head baseball coach where he took the Vaqueros' to the Junior College World Series twice, winning the NJCAA National Championship in 2002. Myers posted a 406-192 record (.678 winning pct.) at Central Arizona College and earned the NJCAA Coach of the Year award in 2002.

From 1987-95, Myers built a record of 481-43 (.917 winning pct.) as the skipper of the softball team. With softball, he won six national titles including a string of five straight from 1988-1992. He was named the NJCAA national coach of the year on six occasions. Myers was also selected as the National Softball Coaches Association (NSCA) regional and National Coach of the Year in 1990, 1991 and 1992.

Myers was inducted into the NJCAA Softball Hall of Fame in 1998 and the Arizona Softball Foundation Hall of Fame in 2001.

A 1976 graduate of Arizona State, Myers was a member of the Sun Devil baseball team from 1970-73 and played on the College World Series runner-up squads in 1972 and 1973. He was later selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the third round of the 1973 Major League Draft.

Myers and his wife, Katie, have two sons, Casey and Corey. They also have three grandchildren; grandsons, Cole and Christian, and granddaughter, Carlee.
- Athletics Director Jay Jacobs

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