Discounts available for the Jim Toman Two Day Prospect Camps:
Liberty University Staff—$130
High School Teams who bring 10+ players—$130 Each Player
Discounts are also available to campers who are only available to attend portions of the camp. These discounts will be pro-rated based on time.
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Jim Toman enters his sixth year at Liberty after posting the highest NCAA Division I winning percentage (.633) during his first five years in Lynchburg of any head baseball coach in program history.
With 41-19 record last season, Toman's Flames have now posted the school's top two single-season win totals in program history. The 2010 Flames set the school record for wins with a 43-18 campaign.
Toman has also been a part of 14 NCAA Regional teams, seven NCAA Super Regional teams and three College World Series teams.
In addition, his teams have won 35 or more games in four of his five seasons at Liberty and have averaged 37.4 wins per season, the most of any head coach in program history. The Flames have notched a 187-108-1 overall record during his five seasons on Liberty Mountain and have also posted an 82-43 Big South mark over the span. His .664 conference winning percentage is also the best of any head coach in program history.
The Flames post their second 40-plus win season in the past three years under Toman in 2012 and set school records for team ERA, shutouts and fielding percentage. Liberty pitchers recorded a 3.04 team ERA, ranking 15th nationally. In addition, the Flames set a Big South and school record with 11 shutouts.
Assistant Coach: Jason Murray
In his fourth year at Liberty, Jason Murray serves as an assistant coach and the team's recruiting coordinator. He also provides infield instruction, assists with hitting instruction and serves as the team's third base coach during games.
Murray is no stranger in Big South Conference baseball circles, having also served two assistant coaching stints at Winthrop and leading the Charleston Southern program as its head coach for four years from 2005-08.
In two of his three years on the Flames staff, Liberty has won 40 or more games in season. Last season, the Flames posted a 41-19 record, as Murray's infielders set a program record with a .975 fielding percentage. Liberty committed 53 errors and turned 60 double plays in 60 games.
Assistant Coach: Garrett Quinn
Garrett Quinn enters his fifth year as an assistant coach, serving as the Flames' pitching coach. Besides his work with the Liberty pitching staff, he also assists with scheduling and recruiting.
Under his guidance, Flames pitchers set school records for team ERA and shutouts in 2012, helping drive Liberty to its second 40-plus win season in the last three years.. Liberty pitchers recorded a 3.04 team ERA, finishing the year ranked 15th nationally. In addition, the Flames led the country with 11 shutouts, setting Big South Conference and school records.
Big South All-Conference first team pitcher John Niggli paced Quinn's staff, leading the conference with 103 2/3 innings pitched, while ranking second with nine wins and fourth with a 2.17 ERA. Niggli finished his Liberty career with a 2.86 ERA, the lowest in Liberty history of pitchers with 100 or more innings pitched. The right-hander was selected in the ninth round of the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft by the Texas Rangers. Another member of the staff, Blake Forslund was taken in the 15th round by the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Director of Operations: Jonathon McMahon
Jonathan McMahon is in first year as the Director of Baseball Operations. He oversees several administrative phases of the Liberty baseball program, including team travel, budget, academics, alumni relations and day-to-day operations of the office.
In addition, McMahon oversees all equipment management, administers camps and is the primary contact on the staff with the umpire crews for every home game.
McMahon is no stranger to the Flames baseball program. He served as a team manager for the program the last two seasons.