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Fletcher, T-Ray
Assistant Director of Athletics; Head Baseball Coach; Adjunct Instructor in Business

Department: Athletics - Main Campus
p. 812-749-1576
Office: Tichenor Athletic Building - 106
Degrees: B.S., M.S.M., Oakland City University


























OCU Head Coach T-Ray Fletcher marked his 23rd season at the helm of the Mighty Oaks in 2016-17. During his tenure at OCU, he has compiled over 400 wins, earning his 400th victory during the 20015-16 season, making Coach Fletcher the winningest baseball coach in Oakland City University history.

During his tenure, Coach Fletcher has led the Mighty Oaks to 12 NCCAA National Tournament appearances (1996 4th place, 1997 8th, 1999 5th, 2000 5th, 2001 5th, 2002 4th, 2004 6th, 2005 2nd, 2008 8th, 2015 8th, 2016 3rd, and 2017 9th). The 1996 appearance marked the first in OCU history. The Oaks have also captured eight Mid-east Regional Championships (1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005, and 2008.)

The 2005 team finished second in the ten team NCCAA National Tournament, the highest finish in OCU baseball history. They also became the first #9 seed to accomplish such a feat.

His 2004 squad set a single season school record for wins with 27, as he was named Mid-East Coach of the Year. Under Coach Fletcher, there have been twenty-two OCU baseball players named Academic All-American, two named 1st team NCAA Division II North Central Region team, eight named 2nd team NCAA Division II North Central Region, six named NCCAA All-American, and eleven NCCAA Honorable Mention All-American.

Coach Fletcher has earned NCCAA Mideast Region "Coach of the Year" honors nine times, (1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2008, and 2017). He was also awarded the American Baseball Coaches Association/Louisville Slugger Coaches Award in 1996, 1997, 2002, 2004, and 2005.

There have been six Mighty Oak baseball players under Fletcher's tutelage to sign professional baseball contracts. Most recently, Eric Barnes, who signed his first contract in 2012.

A graduate of OCU with a B.S. in Accounting (1995) and a Master's in Management (1997), Coach Fletcher was a four year member of the OCU squad. A native of Madisonville, KY, he graduated from Madisonville North Hopkins High School. Coach Fletcher has worked many camps throughout the mid-west and is a student of the game.

Fletcher was inducted into the Oakland City University Intercollegiate Athletic Hall of Fame in 2012.

Along with his coaching responsibilities, he also serves as the school's Assistant Athletic Director and instructs in the school of business.

Coach Fletcher is married to Maddie Fletcher. He has three daughters, Sophie, Avery and Alaine, and resides in Evansville, IN.

Portee, Alex
Assistant Baseball Coach

Department: Athletics - Main Campus
Contact:p. 812-749-1576
Office:Tichenor Athletic Building - 106
Degrees: B.S., Oakland City University
First Year: 2014