Nebraska Baseball Associated Head Coach Will Bolt is leaving to take an assistant coaching job at Texas A&M. The move makes sense. He's moving from a Big Ten school to the SEC, working with former Nebraska pitching coach Rob Childress and he was an assistant coach at Texas A&M prior to coming to Nebraska. Bolt played at Nebraska under Head Coach Dave Van Horn.
Bolt is on track to become a head coach, and it always hurts when you lose a good coach, but I have faith that Darin Erstad will find another tough-minded coach as a replacement.
Below is a statement from Head Coach Darin Erstad on Will Bolt taking an assistant coach position at Texas A&M. Coach Erstad will not do any interviews on the departure.
"I appreciate everything Coach Bolt has done as a member of our coaching staff the past three seasons. Both as a player and most recently as a coach, Will has helped make Nebraska baseball what it is today. Will, his wife, Lauren, and their two sons, Jaxson and Austin will always be Huskers."
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To seemingly nobody's surprise, Will Bolt is headed to Texas A&M to work as an assistant coach under former Nebraska pitching coach Rob Childress. @KendallRogersPG broke the story Wednesday.
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