Chipola, he was responsible for the administrative activities, worked with the hitters and
also coached first base. Shelton re-joined
the Chipola staff during the 2006 season,
where he helped the Indians to an appearance in the FCCAA State Tournament during
that season. Shelton also was an assistant
on the Indians’ 2007 and 2008 FCCAA
State Championship and NJCAA National
Championship Team during the 2007 season.
Upon graduation from University of
Florida, Shelton entered the coaching pro-
fession as an assistant at P.K. Yonge Lab
Ryne Malone (Cubs). Shelton
returned to his alma mater,
Liberty County High School in
Bristol, Fla., where he spent a
year as an assistant in baseball
and football. During the 2004-
05 seasons, Shelton served as
the head baseball coach at
Sneads High School in Sneads,
Fla., compiling a 25-24 record
during two seasons while tak-
ing the Pirates to their 3rd state
tournament appearance in the
Shelton also spent nine summers as a head coach of SWAT
and the Panhandle Indians in
Florida, where he coached 32
Brent Shelton comes to Southern Miss after spending the previous five seasons as an assistant for coach Jeff Johnson at
Chipola College where he served as recruiting coordinator, as well as coordinating
administrative duties and working with the
Indian hitters and infielders.
Shelton coached 41 position players in
his five years at Chipola that went on to
play at four-year universities and 16 position
players went on to sign professional baseball
contracts, including three players that have
made Major League Baseball rosters including Rene Tosoni of the Minnesota Twins,
Adam Loewen of the New York Mets, and
Tyler Flowers of the Chicago White Sox.
The Altha, Fla., native moved into the
collegiate coaching ranks in 2003 as an
assistant at Chipola College for one year. At
players who played at two-year or four-year
colleges and four players who signed a pro-
Pam Workman, ATC-L
Assistant Athletic Trainer
Pamela Workman is in her fifth year as a full time staff member of the Southern
Miss Athletic Training program, and fourth
year with baseball, other duties have included
football, women’s golf and cheer and dance.
Prior to joining the staff full-time, she
served as a graduate assistant for football.
Workman received her bachelor’s degree
in kinesiology from LSU in 2005. In 2007,
she completed work on her master’s degree
in sport administration from Southern Miss.
She is a current member of the National
Athletic Trainers Association, Southeast
Athletic Trainers Association and Mississippi
Athletic Trainers Association.
She is the daughter of Barbara Workman
from Opelousas, La.