Wrangler Baseball Coaching Staff

David White, Head Coach
(254) 442-5172
david.white@cisco.edu

Coach White came to Cisco after eight years as the Assistant Coach at Howard Payne University in Brownwood, Texas. Originally from Rising Star, Texas, he was a three sport standout in football, basketball, and track. He was also the state champion in the pole vault his senior year. Coach White received his Bachelor’s degree from Howard Payne University, where he was also a standout on the baseball team. He earned all conference honors all four years (89-92) and was the conference player of the year in 1992. He also earned All-American honors in both 1991 & 1992. He then served two years as a graduate assistant under the legendary Jack Allen at Tarleton State University, where he also earned his Master’s degree. Coach White started the program here at Cisco College and is currently in his 14th year. Coach White and his wife Marla have two children, Aurie (22) and Devin (13).


Justin Braddock, Assistant Coach
(254) 442-5033
justin.braddock@cisco.edu

Justin Braddock is originally from Southlake, Texas. In his senior year at Southlake Carroll High School, he was 11-1 on the mound which led to his recruitment by Cisco Junior College in Cisco, Texas. In his sophomore year at Cisco, he was 13-1, threw the first no-hitter in school history and was awarded All-Conference and All-Region recognition. After Cisco, Coach Braddock attended Stephen F. Austin University at Nacogdoches, Texas, where he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology with a minor in Business. Coach Braddock earned All-Conference honors in his senior year and allowed just 1.39 walks per 9IP, the lowest in school history. After Stephen F. Austin, he spent one season as an assistant coach at McMurry University. Coach Braddock was then hired as the pitching coach at his alma mater, Cisco College. He was at Cisco for two seasons, 2013-2014. He was then hired on at TCS Post Grad out of McKinney, TX where he worked as the Recruiting Coordinator/Pitching Coach/Strength and Conditioning Coach. Coach Braddock is back at his alma mater starting his 5th year coaching at Cisco College. Coach Braddock and his wife Haylie have one daughter, Paislie (3)

Kirk Walker, Assistant Coach
(254) 442-5169
Kirk.walker@cisco.edu

A native of Bakersfield, California, Coach Kirk Walker spent two seasons 2016-2017 coaching at TCS Post Grad where he worked with hitters.  In 2015 Kirk was at the University of Central Oklahoma where he coached the infielders and hitters as well. Coach Walker is now in his first season here at Cisco College where he will be working with the hitters. Coach Walker was drafted in the 26th round of the 2011 Major League Baseball Draft by the Atlanta Braves and played three years in the minor leagues. As a four-year starting shortstop for perennial powerhouse Oklahoma City University, Coach Walker was named the Sooner Athletic Conference and NAIA Player of the Year in addition to earning an NAIA Gold Glove award his senior year. Coach Walker helped lead the Stars to 207 wins and four consecutive NAIA World Series appearances. He had an immediate impact as a freshman, hitting .443 with eight home runs and 52 runs batted in and came back the next season to bat .410 with 12 doubles, eight home runs and 55 RBI. Coach Walker had a .392 average with 30 doubles, nine homers and 61 RBI as a junior in earning second-team All-Sooner Athletic Conference honors. He capped his career with a sensational senior campaign, hitting .423 with 99 hits, 24 doubles, eight homers and 72 RBI. He batted .416 for his career with 33 home runs and 240 RBI while setting OCU career records for at bats (897), runs (289), hits (373) and doubles (77). He earned a bachelor degree in Business Administration at Oklahoma City University. He then earned his Masters Degree in Coaching and Athletic Administration at Concordia University Irvine. 

 

Fungoman, Assistant Coach
www.fungoman.com

Fungoman has been with us for the last 4 years.  www.fungoman.com It cannot be put into words.  To experience all it can do, please visit the following link, or google "fungoman".  It allows us to take THOUSANDS of ground/fly balls every day.  On a rainy day, we can set it up in our indoor bldg and 6 inflielders can get 100 ground balls each in 30 min.