GOULET NAMED ASSISTANT BASEBALL COACH
Nate Goulet, an assistant coach at East Tennessee State University the past six years, has been named an assistant coach at Old Dominion University, head baseball coach Jerry Meyers announced Wednesday.
Goulet served as ETSU's recruiting coordinator and worked with the catchers, hitters and infielders. Goulet also served as an assistant coach at Delaware State in 1999.
Goulet played collegiate baseball at Broward Community College in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., then transferred to play for current East Tennessee State head coach Tony Skole at Lincoln Memorial University.
While at LMU he earned all-conference honors as a shortstop in 1997 and helped lead the team to a No. 13 national ranking. After graduating in 1997, Goulet served as a graduate assistant for Skole during the 1998 season. The Nashua, N.H., native graduated with a degree in kinesiology and health.
Goulet replaces Eric Folmar, who took an assistant coaching position at Penn State.
This article was posted on: July 27, 2005
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