Baseball Assistant Coach
Korey Grow returns for his fifth season as an assistant coach at Huntington. He brings two years of high school coaching experience at Huntington North High School to the position. Grow’s main responsibility is working with the outfielders, not only defensively, but also offensively.
No stranger to the program, Grow played for Coach Frame after an outstanding prep career at Sullivan High School where he was a two-time All-State selection. Transferring from the University of Evansville after one year, Grow was an outfielder for the Foresters. He earned All-Conference honors his final three seasons and was named to the NAIA All-Regional team as a junior. Grow graduated from Huntington University in 2008 with a BS in elementary education. He currently teaches at Lancaster Elementary, and along with his wife Cheryl and daughters Keeper and Crosley, resides in Huntington.