Mickey Dean

Mickey Dean is an American softball coach who is the current head coach at Auburn.[1]

American softball coach
Mickey Dean
Current position
Title Head coach
Team Auburn
Conference SEC
Record 80–38 (.678)
Biographical details
Born (1965-11-05) November 5, 1965 (age 56)
Elkton, Virginia
Alma mater Elon
Playing career
1984–1987 Elon
Position(s) Pitcher
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
2001–2002 Akron (asst.)
2002–2004 Indiana (asst.)
2005–2006 Longwood (AHC)
2007–2012 Radford
2013–2017 James Madison
2018–present Auburn
Head coaching record
Overall 558–210 (.727)
Tournaments NCAA: 15–18 (.455)
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
Big South Regular Season Champions (2009–2012)

2× Big South Tournament Champions (2009, 2010)
CAA Regular Season Champions (2014–2017)

3× CAA Tournament Champions (2014, 2016, 2017)

Awards
4× CAA Coach of the Year (2014–2017)
4x Big South Coach of the Year (2009–2012)

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Dean graduated from Elon University in 1987. Dean pitched for the Phoenix baseball team and was a four-year letter winner.[2]

On September 14, 2017, Mickey Dean was announced as the new head coach of the Auburn Softball program,[3] replacing Clint Myers who resigned in August 2017, amid accusations against him and his assistants.[4]

Dean is married to his wife Liz, they have a son named Isaac, and a child named Eli.[5]

References:[6][7]

Statistics overview
Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Radford Highlanders(Big South Conference)(2007–2012)
2007 Radford 44–27 9–6 3rd
2008 Radford 46–15 13–2 2nd
2009 Radford 41–15 16–2 1st NCAA Regional
2010 Radford 38–17 16–2 1st NCAA Regional
2011 Radford 38–21 14–4 1st
2012 Radford 34–21 16–5 1st
Radford: 241–116 (.675) 84–21 (.800)
James Madison Dukes(Colonial Athletic Association)(2013–2017)
2013 James Madison 42–17 18–3 2nd NCAA Regional
2014 James Madison 45–15 15–3 1st NCAA Regional
2015 James Madison 48–10 19–0 1st NCAA Regional
2016 James Madison 50–6 18–1 1st NCAA Super Regional
2017 James Madison 52–8 18–2 1st NCAA Regional
James Madison: 237–56 (.809) 88–9 (.907)
Auburn Tigers(Southeastern Conference)(2018–Present)
2018 Auburn 41–17 11–12 9th NCAA Regional
2019 Auburn 39–21 10–14 10th NCAA Regional
2020 Auburn 16–11[lower-alpha 1] 0–3 Postseason not held
Auburn: 96–49 (.662) 21–29 (.420)
Total: 574–221 (.722)

      National champion        Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion        Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion      Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

  1. The season was not played past March 11 due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States.

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