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Clint Myers' Winning Road To Auburn Softball
New Auburn softball coach Clint Myers was in town to do the things you do when you get a new job. You know, paperwork, shaking hands, meeting the right people, talking with his new players, checking out the athletic facilities. Oh, and he snuck in the ballpark one night.
With the reputation of taking a program and turning into a perennial power, head coach Clint Myers has taken Auburn softball to unprecedented heights in just three years.
Myers has guided the Tigers to back-to-back Women's College World Series appearances in the past two campaigns, when the previously best finish came with a showing at a regional final in 2006.
Since his appointment following the 2013 season, Auburn has broken 21 records, including 16 on offense, and led the nation in a plethora of categories.
Associate Head Coach
Corey Myers joined the Auburn softball staff Aug. 16, 2013 as an assistant coach and oversees the pitching staff.
Last year, under the tutelage of Myers, the Tigers posted their best totals in the circles in years. Auburn pitchers won a program record 58 games in 2016. Their 2.19 team ERA was the lowest mark since 2012. The Tigers also totaled 19 shutouts, which was the highest output in that category since 2008.
Auburn recorded 286 strikeouts and allowed only 142 earned runs, both the best by a pitching staff in five years.
Scott Woodard joined the Auburn softball staff on July 8, 2013 as assistant coach. Woodard works with all aspects of the Tigers' PROGRAM. Woodard previously served as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator with Clint Myers at Arizona State from 2011-13.
In just two years at ASU, Woodard helped head coach Clint Myers reach the Women's College World Series in both 2012 and 2013. Each season the team recorded over 50 wins and won twice at the 2012 WCWS against No. 12 Oregon and LSU. In Pac-12 play, the Sun Devils notched 34 wins in 48 total games. Overall, Woodard helped oversee a team that had a stellar record at home, going 40-4 in 2013 and 42-4 in 2012.
Prior to joining Arizona State in 2011, Woodard spent 15 years as the director of athletics and softball head coach at Western New MEXICO UNIVERSITY, his alma mater. While there, he restarted the softball PROGRAM in 1998 and was at the helm of the club until 2011, only to return back in 2008.