PHSC's men's baseball program started in 1992 competing in the Suncoast Conference as a NJCAA Division I program. In just the third year of the program, PHSC finished runner-up in the 1994 FCCAA state tournament. Other state tournament appearances were in 1995 and 1997. Also in 1995, the team won the Suncoast Conference championship.

In 2010, the athletics program switched to Division II status.  Since then, the men's baseball team has appeared in the NJCAA Region 10 District Tournament in North Carolina six times. We are proud to have had over 30 players sign professional contracts; many have gone on to top universities throughout the country.

About the Coach

Lyndon Coleman is in his first season as head coach taking over for PHSC athletic director Steve Winterling.  Coleman had served as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for three years prior to his appointment  "Lyndon has been very instrumental in our success the past three years and brings a wealth of knowledge and college coaching experience to our program," said Winterling.

During Coleman’s tenure, PHSC has a 93-50-1 record with two NJCAA Dll Region 8 championships and trips to the NJCAA Dll Southeast District Tournament. He graduated with his Associate in Arts degree from PHSC in 2010. He was a key player in helping PHSC set the school record for wins (37) in 2009. In 2010, he was an All-Suncoast Conference player after batting .353. Coleman finished his college career at Barry University in Miami. After graduating in 2013, Coleman remained at Barry to start his coaching career and then moved on to St. Petersburg College in 2015, coaching under Ryan Beckman, a former PHSC player. Coleman managed two seasons (2016, 2017) in the Valley League for the Winchester Royals and this summer is managing the Keene Swampbats of the New England College Baseball League.

"I'm humbled to follow in the footsteps of Coach Winterling and appreciated the opportunity to coach at PHSC," Coleman said.