LeCroy Coming Home to Clemson

LeCroy Coming Home to Clemson


LeCroy Coming Home to Clemson


Former Tiger infielder Bradley LeCroy is heading home to join the staff of head coach Jack Leggett TheClemsonInsider.com has confirmed with several sources.

LeCroy batted .266 for the Tigers in 173 career games for the Tigers.  Clemson made four NCAA tournament appearances during LeCroy’s career and made the 2000 College World Series.

LeCroy has been the recruiting coordinator and infielders coach at Tennessee since 2008.  Bradley was an assistant at Western Carolina in 2006-07. 

From 2003-05 LeCroy served as a volunteer assistant at Clemson.  LeCroy coached Tiger greats Taylor Harbin and Brad McCann.  During his time as an assistant the Tigers had a fielding percentage of .969.

Bradley was a three-sport standout at Walhalla high school.  Wife Meredith Chandler lettered in tennis at Clemson from 1996-99.



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