25  Brian Karlet
Brian Karlet
Last College:
Georgetown College

Assistant Coach

Second season


Baseball Announces First Strength and Conditioning Camp

Marshall baseball to host strength and conditioning camp in February


Baseball Begins Winter Instructional League

Herd hosting another set of hitting clinics


Baseball Adds Second Session of Camps

Marshall has added a second pitching and hitting clinic in January


Baseball Announces Time Changes for Winter Camps

The hitting and pitching clinics have been moved to one session apiece.


Marshall announces winter instructional programs

Baseball will host three clinics in December

Brian Karlet joined Marshall's baseball staff as an assistant coach in the fall of 2012.

Karlet graduated with a degree in communications from Georgetown College, where he was named to the Mid-South all-conference team at the end of his senior year. Following graduation, Karlet earned a Master's degree in athletic administration while serving as Director of Baseball Operations at Marshall University. After two years with the Thundering Herd (2005-2007), Karlet returned to his alma mater as the top assistant coach for the Tigers. Karlet worked with the team for two seasons before receiving a promotion to head coach in 2009.

Under Karlet's guidance, the Tigers never finished lower than third place in the Mid-South Conference. Karlet sported a 58-56 record at the helm of the Tigers' baseball program and a 35-21 record in conference play.

Karlet resides in South Point, Ohio with his wife, Kelley, and two sons, Jaxson and Cooper.