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1000th win for CU Baseball Coach Beauford Sanders

2014-04-26 - Hig Field, Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, KY - Photo By Chris Megginson, CU. Campbellsville University baseball head coach Beauford Sanders is honored for his 1,000 career wins prior to the final regular season doubleheader against Bluefield College at HIG Field. Sanders collected his 1,000th career win on March 22 with a 10-3 victory at No. 10 Cumberland University. Sanders began his career as a college baseball head coach at North Greenville College (SC) for 13 seasons and is in his 24th season at Campbellsville.From left, above, are Rusty Hollingsworth, CU athletic director; Neal Sanders, son; Jade Sanders, daughter-in-law; Jay Crim, North Greenville College baseball alum; Beauford Sanders; Barbara Sanders, wife; Chuck Compton, North Greenville College baseball alum; Trinity Gribbins, granddaughter; and Andrea Gribbins, daughter. - Chris Megginson / Campbellsville University
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