Seward’s Pulley Lands Head Coaching Job at Carl Albert State
Brock Kappelmann - June 26, 2019 2:02 pm
Seward assistant coach and pitching coach Paul Pulley is leaving after one year. That’s because the former Saint pitcher landed the head coaching job at Carl Albert State in Poteau, Oklahoma. The Vikings are an NJCAA school and play in Region 2. They were 21-27 last season. Pulley assisted Seward head coach Mike Davidson one year before getting the head coaching job. Pulley was pitching coach for the Liberal Bee Jays in 2016.
Pulley was a stand out player at SCCC. As a player, Pulley spent two years at Seward County from 2009 to 2011 where he helped lead the Saints to an NJCAA World Series appearance. Pulley was a workhorse here at Seward, while playing, where he pitched in 38 games for the Saints tying him for 2nd in games pitched with fellow assistant coach Logan Hall. While at Seward Pulley pitched 118.1 innings and helped lead Seward to the 2011 Juco World Series. At the World Series Pulley earned the win against Southern Union State when he threw a complete game allowing 1 run in the 5-1 victory. After Seward, Pulley played at West Texas A&M where he pitched in 34 games with a 4.64 ERA and 5 wins in two seasons at West Texas.