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Harrigan Named Westminster (Mo.) Head Baseball Coach

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Fulton, Mo. - Luke Harrigan has been named head baseball coach at Westminster College. Harrigan, who is the sixth head coach since Westminster joined the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC), officially begins his responsibilities on campus August 1.

Harrigan received his undergraduate degree in health and physical education from Adrian College in 2005 and is currently completing his graduate degree from the United States Sports Academy. He is currently the head assistant baseball coach and recruiting coordinator at Adrian and has additional experience working as a baseball instructor in Germany, a volunteer assistant at Bowling Green State University and an assistant at Franklin College. Adrian went 31-11 this past season , won its third consecutive Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association title and advanced to the NCAA tournament.

Harrigan takes over a Westminster program that went 18-21 this past season, tied for fourth in the SLIAC at 13-11 and went 0-2 in the conference tournament.

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