Cody Hooten is in his fourth year as Henderson State’s head baseball coach after serving three years as an assistant coach for the Reddies.

Hooten has compiled a 66-80-1 record in his three years as head coach of the Reddies.

Henderson State finished the 2013 season with a 24-27 record overall and a 17-13 record in the Great American Conference. The Reddies won their first-ever postseason game as an NCAA Division II member. Five players earned All-GAC honors, with Jordan Wright, Michael Corso, and Zac Zdanowicz being named to the first-team.

In 2012, Henderson State finished the year with a 23-27 record and an 11-13 record in GAC play. The Reddies advanced to a post-season conference for only the second time since becoming a member of the NCAA in 1993. Five players earned All-GAC honors including Brittain Diamond, Adam Ussery and Josh Salmon earning first-team honors.