Baseball Coaching Staff
Head Coach Bubba Dorman
- United States
- Current Team
Charles “Bubba” Dorman was born and grew up in Cowpens, SC. He is a 1982 graduate of Wofford College where he played baseball for John Daurity.
Since graduating from Wofford, he has been an assistant coach (1983-1984, 1987-1989) and a head coach (1992-1997) with the Spartanburg American Legion Post 28. He was an assistant for his former coach, John Daurity, at USC Spartanburg (now USC Upstate) in 1987 and 1988. In 1990-91 he was the head coach of Southside High School in Greenville, SC. He was an assistant coach in th Northeastern Collegiate Baseball League with the Cohocton Red Wings in the summer of 1991. He was the head coach at USC Spartanburg (now USC Upstate) from the fall of 1991 through the spring of 1997. From the fall of 1997 until February of 1999 he was an assistant coach for Tim Wallace at Spartanburg Methodist College in Spartanburg, SC. In the spring of 1999, he was again teamed up with his old coach, John Daurity, at Socastee High School in Myrtle Beach, SC. During the summers of 1998 and 1999, he was the head coach of an AAU travel team, the Carolina Clippers. He spent the 1999-2000 school year as an assistant coach for Scott Gines at the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia. The next two seasons, 2001-2002, he was an assistant coach for Gary Gilmore at Coastal Carolina University at Myrtle Beach, SC. From the fall of 2002 through the spring of 2005, he was an assistant coach for Tim Medlin at Newberry College in Newberry, SC.
For the 2013 season Coach Dorman was given the award for the Region X Division I Baseball’s Coach of the Year.
Coach Dorman enjoys listening to music of old southern rock bands, especially The Marshall Tucker Band. He also enjoys reading and poetry. When he has some spare time, he tries his best to find a golf course where he can lose some perfectly good balls with the best of them.
He is the son of “Shod” and Betty Dorman; he has one sister, Pam, and one brother, Alan. He resides in Fairfax, SC.
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