Coach David Vince is a Louisiana Native and a graduate
of McNeese State University. He lives in Ragley, Louisiana with his wife, Susan, and their three children.
Vince is a former head coach of Campbellsville University in Kentucky, where he led the team to a Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championship in 1987 -
the first baseball conference championship in the history
of the school.
He has had 10 district champion teams, eight district runner-up teams, two state final four teams, and one state runner-up team. He was a 10-time coach of the year recipient in various divisions.
Vince has coached baseball in Holland, Spain, Czech Republic, Sweden, Australia, Puerto Rico, Italy, Curacao and Hawaii. David has worked as an associate scout for the Texas Rangers, Cleveland Indians and Tampa Bay Rays.
Vince speaks openly about how his Christian faith has guided him through his career on the field and helped him navigate life’s challenges, including the dramatic premature birth of his daughter Sierra, who was born with congenital birth defects similar to his own but has overcome her physical disabilities much like her father.