New Auburn coach Clint Myers trying to raise softball program's profile, build fan interest

By: Joel A. Erickson, Sara Hodges Email
By: Joel A. Erickson, Sara Hodges Email

Clint Myers has only been on campus for a week and a half, dead-smack in the middle of the summer, a time of the year most coaches have a chance to rest.

But Myers has barely stopped moving.

The way Myers had been going, clicking on with Women's College World Series appearances on an annual basis at Arizona State, he could have asked for a permanent locker in Oklahoma City.

Now, Myers is hard at work trying to turn Auburn into the kind of program he left behind in Tempe.

"I put on my Auburn hat the 22nd," Myers said. "We were out here for 36 hours, my wife and I, and we made a list of things we'd like to do and see and create while we were here, and now we're trying to make all of those things happen."

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