Tim Corbin - In 10 seasons at Vanderbilt, Tim Corbin has turned Vanderbilt into one of the national powers of college baseball and taken the program to unprecedented success with six straight NCAA Tournament appearances.
In 2012, Corbin took a young squad that struggled early in the season and took the team to a 35-28 record with runner-up finishes in the SEC tournament and the NCAA Raleigh Regional.
The 2011 draft saw a SEC-record 12 Commodores selected, led by pitchers Sonny Gray and Grayson Garvin being selected in the first round. The duo gave Corbin and the Commodores eight first round picks since 2004. In 2006 he guided the USA baseball National Team to a gold medal at the World University Championships in Cuba. Corbin came to Nashville after nine years at Clemson. The Tigers reached the College World Series four times during his tenure there.
Derek Johnson - Derek Johnson is in his 11th year as a coach at Vanderbilt. Johnson is widely considered one of the top pitching coaches in the nation. He was recognized as the National Assistant Coach of the Year in 2010 and in 2004 he was tabbed NCAA Pitching Coach of the Year.
The Commodores' pitching staff led the SEC in ERA and strikeouts en route to claiming a share of the SEC crown in 2011.
Many of his former pupils are pitching professionally with six being selected in the first round. Johnson's 2007 crew led the SEC in eight statistical categories and Vanderbilt hurlers also threw a school record 606.2 innings in 67 games with 13 saves.
Larry Day - Larry Day is in his fourth season with the Commodores and will once again work with the catchers and assist with the hitters.
A 2007 graduate of Connecticut, Day was a four-year starter for the Huskies and earned All-Big East honors his junior year.
He was drafted in the 50th round by New York Yankees in the 2007 draft and played for the Gulf Coast League Yankees and the Charleston River Dogs.