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Frankie (Earl) Everitte,
Assistant Head Coach Fire Ants Baseball
Everitte is entering his first season with the Fire Ants. He will serve as the Recruiting Coordinator and will coach hitters, coordinate all phases of the offensive game, and will coach the outfielders.
During his two seasons at Brunswick Community College (2011-2012), under the teaching of head coach Robbie Allen, Everitte assisted in coaching two All-America and six all-region selections, while helping send 14 players to four-year institutions. Everitte worked closely with the Dolphin outfielders and hitters, coached first base and handled recruiting duties.
In the summer of 2012, he served as an assistant coach for the prestigious eight-time national champion Diamond Devils program, located in Mt. Pleasant, S.C.
In 2013 and 2014, Everitte was a member of the staff at Campbell University (Buies Creek, NC). During his time at Campbell, the Camels amassed 90 wins, 31 losses, and captured the 2013 Big South Conference Regular Season Championship. In 2014, Campbell captured the Big South Tournament title and earned a bid to the NCAA Regional in Columbia, SC.
In 2015, as a member of the staff at East Carolina University (Greenville, NC), Everitte helped the Pirates to a record of 40-22. The Pirates captured the American Athletic Conference Tournament Championship and secured a bid to the NCAA Regional in Coral Gables, FL.
Everitte received the Skipper’s Dugout Volunteer Assistant Coach of the Year Award sponsored by ProGrass Turf at the 2016 ABCA Coaches Convention in Nashville, TN.
No stranger on the camp circuit, Everitte could be found traveling the country working at some of the nation’s top baseball camps and showcases including stops at Coastal Carolina, College of Charleston, Elon, South Carolina, Vanderbilt, Virginia and Ole Miss.
Born and raised in Fayetteville, N.C., Everitte graduated from Gray's Creek High School, where he was a four-sport athlete, in 2006.
Everitte received his degree in Sports Management from Coastal Carolina University (Conway, SC) in 2010.
Everitte played two years of college baseball at Brunswick Community College in Supply, N.C.