Ken Carlyle Resigns Pride Baseball Post
Ken Carlyle has resigned as Greensboro College’s head baseball coach, announced Pride athletics director Jean Lojko.
Carlyle has accepted a position with the MBI Sports Agency in Greensboro. He will represent athletes with hopes of playing professional sports.
Greensboro College will conduct an immediate national search for Carlyle’s replacement. “We are confident with the level of success this program has enjoyed over the years that we will find a quality coach who can step in and maintain this momentum,” said Lojko.
Carlyle compiled a career record of 164-152 at GC in his eight years. In 2008, The Pride finished the year with a 26-15 record. Its win total was the second most in program history. Overall, it was GC’s tenth 20-win season and the fifth straight under Carlyle’s direction.
“I loved every minute of my time at Greensboro College,” Carlyle said. “I will miss the staff and the many student-athletes we recruited over the years.”