SALYERSVILLE – Magoffin County High School graduate Trent Coleman signed with the Alice Lloyd College baseball program during a ceremony held on Tuesday, July 20.
Coleman helped to lead Magoffin County throughout the 2021 high school baseball season, batting .420. Among the area’s top high school baseball players, Coleman tallied a team-high 37 hits for the Hornets. Coleman hit one home run, one triple, five doubles and drove in 18 runs during his senior season.
The productive Coleman was instrumental as Magoffin County compiled a winning record in the 2021 high school baseball season. The Hornets, under the guidance of head coach Jacob Litteral, exited the 2021 high school baseball season 16-12.
Alice Lloyd College, under the guidance of longtime head coach Scott Cornett, competes in the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA). The NCCAA includes Alice Lloyd College, Arlington Baptist University, Bethel University, Bethesda University, Cairn University, Campbellsville University, Carolina University, Cedarville University, Central Christian College of Kansas, Champion Christian College, College of the Ozarks, Columbia International University, Concordia University Ann Arbor, Dallas Christian College, Ecclesia College, Erskine College, Geneva College, Grace College, Greenville University, Hannibal-LaGrange University, Houghton College, Huntington University, Johnson University (Tennessee), Judson University, Kansas Christian College, Kentucky Christian University, Lancaster Bible College, Lincoln Christian University, Maranatha Baptist University, McMurry University, Mid-America Christian University, North Greenville University, Oakland City University, Ohio Christian University, Oklahoma Wesleyan University, Olivet Nazarene University, Ottawa University (Arizona), Providence Christian College, Randall University, Southern Wesleyan University, Southwestern Assemblies of God University, Southwestern Christian University, Toccoa Falls College, Trinity Baptist College, Trinity Christian College, Trinity International University, University of Northwestern, Warner University and York College.