Moulder Named New Baseball Coach at Murray State
By West Kentucky Star Staff
MURRAY, KY - Kevin Moulder has been named the new baseball coach at Murray State University. Moulder takes over for Rob McDonald, who was dismissed in May after leading the MSU baseball program for 11 years.

Moulder has spent the last seven seasons at Saint Louis University, where he served as associate head coach and recruiting coordinator. Moulder helped lead the Billikens to three-straight Atlantic 10 regular-season championships, two A-10 tournament championships and a pair of NCAA Regional appearances. The Billikens broke the single season wins record three times and recorded five 30+ win seasons.

Moulder has coached more than 40 players who have either been drafted or have gone on to play professional baseball, including Brian Schlitter, Tom Layne and Deunte Heath who have all played in MLB games. Dave Sever and Zach Outman were MLB draft picks under Moulder. 

Prior to his time at SLU, Moulder spent two seasons at Central Missouri.  He helped the Mules to 95 wins in two seasons, including going 51-13 record and the Mid-American Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) championship in 2006. 

Moulder began his coaching in 2004 as an assistant at St. Louis Community College at Forest Park, where he had four pitchers sign with Division I programs.

Moulder graduated from Murray State in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in organizational communication. He earned a master’s in sports administration from Central Missouri in 2007.

Published 04:58 PM, Tuesday Jul. 08, 2014
Updated 05:35 PM, Tuesday Jul. 08, 2014

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