TaylorHenry

Boulder High School graduate Taylor Henry who coached with the Collegians as the pitching coach in 2014, and the Head Coach in 2015 where he helped lead the collegians to their best regular season record in modern History, took a job with Louisiana Tech, but stays on the Collegians staff as a recruiting consultant. As the Pitching Coach, Henry helped the Collegians get back to their first NBC World Series appearance in over 30 years. Henry recently finished a stint as an assistant coach at Northwestern Oklahoma State. After three years as an assistant coach at Neosho County Junior College, Henry has enjoyed returning home for the summers to coach in Boulder. In his first season on the Neosho staff, Henry helped guide the Panthers to a school record 49 wins and their second trip to the JUCO World Series in the program’s history. After working primarily with the Panthers outfielders and catchers in 2011-2012, Henry took over the pitching staff that helped the Panthers reach the JUCO World Series for the second consecutive year.

Coach Henry returned to Neosho County from Ouachita Baptist University where he served as a student assistant for the 2010-2011 seasons. Henry was a starting pitcher on Ouchita Baptist’s pitching staff during the 2010 season before an injury forced him from the mound and into coaching.

Henry began his college career as a player at Neosho County during the 2008 and 2009 seasons. During that time he led the Panthers in innings pitched while being named an Honorable Mention Jayhawk Conference pitcher as a sophomore.

Taylor played for the Laramie Colts in the Mountain Collegiate Baseball League for two summers, in 2008 and 2009 and was awarded Best Pitcher honors after the 2009 season. In addition to his coaching stint at Ouachita Baptist this past spring, he has coached high school Legion baseball in Boulder for several summers and has led youth camps as well as individual pitching and hitting instruction for youth ball players in both Colorado and Arkansas.Boulder High School graduate Taylor Henry who coached with the Collegians as the pitching coach in 2014, and the Head Coach in 2015 where he helped lead the collegians to their best regular season record in modern History, took a job with Louisiana Tech, but stays on the Collegians staff as a recruiting consultant. As the Pitching Coach, Henry helped the Collegians get back to their first NBC World Series appearance in over 30 years. Henry recently finished a stint as an assistant coach at Northwestern Oklahoma State. After three years as an assistant coach at Neosho County Junior College, Henry has enjoyed returning home for the summers to coach in Boulder. In his first season on the Neosho staff, Henry helped guide the Panthers to a school record 49 wins and their second trip to the JUCO World Series in the program’s history. After working primarily with the Panthers outfielders and catchers in 2011-2012, Henry took over the pitching staff that helped the Panthers reach the JUCO World Series for the second consecutive year.

Coach Henry returned to Neosho County from Ouachita Baptist University where he served as a student assistant for the 2010-2011 seasons. Henry was a starting pitcher on Ouchita Baptist’s pitching staff during the 2010 season before an injury forced him from the mound and into coaching.

Henry began his college career as a player at Neosho County during the 2008 and 2009 seasons. During that time he led the Panthers in innings pitched while being named an Honorable Mention Jayhawk Conference pitcher as a sophomore.

Taylor played for the Laramie Colts in the Mountain Collegiate Baseball League for two summers, in 2008 and 2009 and was awarded Best Pitcher honors after the 2009 season. In addition to his coaching stint at Ouachita Baptist this past spring, he has coached high school Legion baseball in Boulder for several summers and has led youth camps as well as individual pitching and hitting instruction for youth ball players in both Colorado and Arkansas.