Louisiana head coach Tony Robichaux, one of the youngest head coaches in NCAA Division I history to reach 500 career victories, is in
Louisiana head coach Tony Robichaux, one of the youngest head coaches in NCAA Division I history to reach 500 career victories, is in his 20th season at the helm of the Ragin’ Cajuns baseball program – which is arguably one of the best in the South – since 1995. Robichaux launched his head coaching career in 1987 at McNeese State.
During his tenure with the Cajuns, Robichaux has guided Louisiana to nine NCAA Regional appearances, two NCAA Super Regional appearances and the 2000 College World Series. His teams have also clinched four Sun Belt Conference regular season crowns and one SunBelt Conference Tournament title.
“You can win anytime, but to me, excellence is a day-in and day-out approach. I don’t think you wake up one day and become excellent, but you can wake up any day and win. There is a difference. Excellence is a lot harder, and it’s a constant struggle.”
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