Clark Atlanta University head baseball coach Kentaus “K.C.” Carter is our guest on this edition of Black College Nines HBCU Baseball Coaches Podcast Series.
Carter started his collegiate baseball career at Kemper Junior College. He then transferred to Florida A&M University (FAMU) and played two seasons where he helped lead the Rattlers to the MEAC tournament title game in 1998 and 2000 as a utility player.
After graduation Coach Carter served as a graduate assistant on the FAMU coaching staff, coaching third base and assisting in advanced scouting and running of practice drills.
Carter spent three seasons (2010-2013) as assistant head baseball coach at Winston-Salem State University under Kevin Ritchie. During his time at WSSU, Carter assisted in building the program into an HBCU and a national powerhouse in the NCAA Division II Atlantic Region.
While on the Winston-Salem State coaching staff, Carter saw the program win three straight Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) championships and three straight trips to the NCAA Division II Atlantic Region Tournament.
Carter was hired to helm the Panther baseball program in January 2015. The podcast centers on Coach Carter and his baseball program.