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Coaching Staff

Kris Ingram
Assistant Coach

Kris Ingram is in his fourth season as an assistant coach for the Southwestern University baseball team.

Ingram has been a top recruiter and is in charge of infielders for the Pirates. Under Ingram eight infielders have earned all-SCAC honors in the past two seasons.

With a sensational baseball background, Ingram played all four years at Huntingdon College and compiling 105 wins. He was also a part of the team that won a conference championship in 2005 and was two-time regular season co-champions in 2006 and '08.

During his time in Alabama, he was intimately involved in working baseball camps and coaching young athletes on the fundamentals of the game. In addition to the traditional sports camps, Ingram coached for the Huntingdon College Wheeling Hawks, an adapted sports program that provides individuals with physical disability the opportunity to compete in sport.

Ingram graduated from Huntingdon College in 2008 with a degree in business administration and sport management.


Keith Jackson
Volunteer Assistant Coach

Keith Jackson brings over 30 years of experience on the baseball diamond for the Pirates.

Jackson joined the Southwestern baseball teams in a volunteer role during the 2014 season after most recently serving as the head coach for USA Baseball North Texas 16-under Team in 2012 and 2013. In his first season overseeing the Pirate pitching staff, first-year pitcher Brett Marcom tossed the first no-hitter in recent memory and first in SCAC play since 2006.

In 2006, Jackson founded Action Baseball Club in Austin, Texas, where he has helped develop and place over 200 athletes in college programs around the country. Action Baseball Club also has an impressive alumni base including 23 Major League Baseball Draft picks.

Along with serving as the USSSA 16-under head coach from 2011-2012, Jackson has also served on the Board of Directors for the USSSA High School National Program.

Jackson got his head coaching start in 1977 at Brea-Olinda High School after pitching at Cypress College in Cypresss, Calif.

Jackson and his wife Tracey reside in Cedar Park and have four children, Natalie, Clay, Beau and Ryan.


Mike Montgomery
Volunteer Assistant Coach

Mike Montgomery joins the Pirate baseball coaching staff after more than 29 years in high schools dugouts in Texas with 17 of the years spent as a head coach.

Most recently, Montgomery served as the head coach at Lake Erie of the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League from 2008-2012. He has also worked as an associate scout for the New York Yankees.

Throughout his career he has helped numerous players reach the collegiate as well as the professional ranks.

A native of Olathe, Kansas, Montogmery played collegiately for Emporia State University, where he earned All-American honors as a pitcher while guiding the Hornets to the NAIA World Series in 1984.

Mike and his wife Benita have been married for 30 years and have 2 sons, Matthew and Nicholas.


Victor Trevino
Volunteer Assistant Coach

Trevino begins his first season with the Pirates after coching at the Elite Showcase level for the past seven season.

During this time he has taken teams to San Juan, Puerto Rico, Monterrey, Mexico to name a few destinations while domestically he coached in the final game at the old Alex Box Stadium - home of LSU baseball.

Most recently he served as the head infield coordinator at THZ Baseball Academy in Round Rock, Texas. There he was a top insturctor for over 120 players from the ages of 10 to 18.

His brother, Jose, was also drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 2014 Major League Baseball Draft after a standout career at Oral Roberts University.

Trevino attended the University of Texas-Brownsville and Schreiner University where he was a middle infielder for the Mountaineers. He received his bachelor's in excercise science in 2005 from Schreiner.