DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Wallace Community College’s head baseball coach, Mackey Sasser, is retiring from the Governors program after 25 years at the helm.
His last official day on the job is July 31.
Sasser also serves as athletic director
Sasser’s time with the Govs has been successful winning five conference championships, six state runner-ups and one state title (NJCAA Region 22).
That title came in 2017 and earned the Govs their only appearance in the Junior College World Series.
He marked his 800th career win this season.
Several of Sasser’s former players have gone on from Wallace to continue their baseball careers.
So far, eight of his players on the 2022 roster have signed scholarships to four-year schools, several to Division I programs.