Mustang announces hiring of Scott Selby as baseball coach
After 15 years as a college head coach, Scott Selby is returning to the high school ranks.
Selby is leaving Southwestern Oklahoma State in Weatherford to become the new baseball coach at Mustang High School.
“Scott Selby is a home run hire for Mustang High School and our baseball program. He has built top notch programs and experienced success at a very high level,” said athletic director Chuck Bailey. “We feel very fortunate to land a coach of this caliber for our program.”
Selby was an assistant coach at Yukon from 1988-1997 when he was hired as the head coach Southern Nazarene University. He left after the 2007 season and spent four years at Southwestern, concluding with a 33-win season and top 25 ranking this spring.
Selby was an All-State second baseman at Duncan High School in 1982. He replaces former Mustang coach Tony Evans, who resigned on May 9.
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