Pat Rigsby

Pat Rigsby
Biography

Pat Rigsby has been involved in coaching for the past 23 years. He was the Head Baseball Coach at Shawnee State University from 1995-2002, amassing a record of 195-88. From 1995-1997 Pat was the youngest collegiate head coach in the country. During his tenure his team finished in the top 25 nationally 4 seasons with a 5th Place Finish at the 2000 NAIA World Series. For his 6 seasons as a Head Coach, SSU led all divisions in college baseball with a .364 team batting average.

Following Pat's tenure as a college coach, he founded over 25 different businesses in the sport and fitness industry including both the nation's largest youth fitness & sports performance certification organization and the nations largest youth fitness & sport performance franchise. Additionally, Pat has authored or co-authored 14 books fitness, sport and business, worked as a collegiate Head Strength & Conditioning Coach, served on the 1996 Olympic Games Baseball Support Staff and played and coached professionally in the Frontier League.   

Role
Advisory Board Member