Tracy Smith is out after seven seasons as Arizona State’s baseball trainer.
Athletic chief Ray Anderson reported Monday that Smith was out a day after the Sun Devils were skiped from the NCAA’s Austin Regional.
“Decisions like this are never easy to make, but I want to thank Tracy for his efforts over the last seven years,” Anderson said. “We are committed to returning Sun Devil baseball back to one of the country’s elite programs and will look for a leader who can help us compete for Pac-12 titles, consistently host postseason competitions and return us to the College World Series.”
Smith was employed in 2014 subsequent to acquiring public mentor of the year respects at Indiana the prior year. He drove Arizona State to NCAA regionals multiple times however no excursions to the College World Series.
The Sun Devils completed 33-22 subsequent to arriving at the Austin Regional. Arizona State beat Fairfield in Austin, Texas, yet lost to Texas and was taken out of the section with a 9-7 misfortune in a second game with Fairfield on Sunday in the wake of blowing a five-run lead.
Smith went 202-155 at Arizona State.
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