With the hiring of former Savannah State University assistant coach Stanley Stubbs as Texas College head coach last year, the baseball program wanted the right hire to turn Steer baseball around. Texas College made the right choice in a proven winner. Stubbs collected his first career victories defeating Tougaloo College in a doubleheader 3-2 and 8-1 marking the start of his tenure at Texas College.
Stubbs, the former 2015 Savannah State assistant coach, 2016 marks 17 seasons in coaching Historically Black College and University (HBCU) baseball programs.
Prior to coming to Texas College, Stubbs started his coaching career at Jackson State, 1994-1998, won the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) championship in 1995. Head coach Paine College in Augusta, GA 1998-2000, winning the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC), SIAC Coach of the Year in 2000. Albany State head coach in Albany, GA 2001-2002, winning the SIAC conference championships and Coach of the Year both in his two seasons at the helm. Benedict College head coach 2003.
Stubbs departed from the coaching ranks became the Florida Marlins associate scout, 2004-2006, left coaching opening up a personal training facility for baseball in Corinth, MS. Resuming his coaching career as Lemoyne Owens College head coach, 2011-2013, hired as Savannah state assistant, 2013-2015 before accepting the Texas Collage job.
Stubbs coaching achievements are not by any coincidence. He was instrumental in recruiting most of the players, had a huge hand in getting the Jackson State program where it is now, which is among the most consistent programs in the SWAC.