Trey Fowler enters his first season on the Kennesaw State Baseball staff as an Assistant Coach. Fowler comes to Kennesaw State after eight seasons at Truett-McConnell College in Cleveland, Georgia as well as a short stint at Georgia Perimeter Junior College in Covington, Georgia. Fowler began his coaching career at Truett as the Head Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator in 2005 before finishing his time at TMC with a brief stint as the Interim Head Coach in 2012.
In his career, Fowler has a track record of recruiting quality student athletes including 17 All Conference/Region performers, four Rawlings Gold Glove winners, three All Americans, and one Region Pitcher of the Year. In addition, Fowler coached two conference batting champions, two defensive players of the year, and helped lead the 2009 TMC team to the GJCAA Final Four. Most recently, his 2010 team ranked 19th in the NAIA in team batting average, while his 2012 pitching staff ranked number one in the country.
Fowler’s summers are spent coaching one of the nation’s most prestigious academic summer teams as he serves as the Head Coach of the 17U East Cobb Patriots. Under his direction the past seven years, the Patriots have seen over 100 players go on to college baseball while placing high in several national tournaments including a playoff appearance in the 2012 18U WWBA National Championship. During his coaching career Fowler has had the privilege of coaching several MLB draft picks, including the 2012 first round selection of the St. Louis Cardinals, James Ramsey.