Transition Easy for LeCroy

Transition Easy for LeCroy


Transition Easy for LeCroy


Former Tiger Bradley LeCroy is glad to be back home at Clemson.  The transition has been an easy one as he returns to an impressive lineup.

“It was a smooth transition.  I am looking forward to getting after it and going back to Omaha,” said LeCroy.

“When I left here in 2005 when I left here as a volunteer my goal was wherever it took me, it took be to Western Carolina and the University of Tennessee, my goal was to get back here as a fulltime assistant.  It worked out,” said LeCroy.

“It is a great time to come in.  With the returning guys coming back from last year like Schaus, Hinson, Miller, Lamb and Epps all of those guys are back.  It is a very easy transition to come back as a hitting coach into a veteran lineup,” said LeCroy.

Don’t look for Bradley to try to put his own stamp on things.

“I am not a guy that is trying to put my stamp on anything.  I just want us to have success.  I am going to throw my two cents in to the guys when I need to so that guys can improve on things that I see, but I am not a guy that will redo Jeff Schaus’ swing.  He is pretty successful at what he does. But we are always working to get better,” said LeCroy.

Watch LeCroy discuss coming back to Clemson, his 2011 lineup and much more on TCITV!



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