The 2013-14 season will be former Lancer Andrew Brasington's third year as an assistant to Gary Adcock.
In two seasons with Adcock, the Lancers have combined to go 86-31, winning two Pacific West Conference titles and two National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) World Series titles.
No stranger to CBU, Brasington played four seasons for Adcock and the Lancers, and he aslo spent two seasons (2009-10) as a graduate assistant for Adcock.
Brasington spent the 2011 season as the top assistant coach at College of the Desert in Palm Desert, Calif. In his lone season at COD he coached the Foothill Conference Pitcher of the Year in Javier Martinez. COD finished fifth in the Foothill Conference.
In his four seasons on the field, Brasington appeared in 132 total games, all in reserve. He served primarily as a defensive replacement during the course of his career and had 12 career at-bats, getting six hits, including a two-RBI triple as a 2006 sophomore.
However, Brasington made his mark as one of the best base-runners during his tenure. He scored 67 career runs and had 14 stolen bases while serving as the Lancers’ primary pinch- and courtesy-runner for the catcher. As a 2008 senior, Brasington played in 40 games, scoring 30 runs and went 7-for-8 on stolen base attempts, all career bests. He was also 2-for-2 as a pinch hitter.
Brasington earned a pair of Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete honors. He also earned a pair of GSAC Scholar-Athlete honors.
Brasington prepped at Elsinore (Calif.) High, graduating in 2004. In his lone season, he earned All-Sunbelt League honors after hitting .357 with 15 stolen bases. He also played one year of varsity basketball.
Brasington graduated in May 2008 with a bachelor’s in kinesiology, and he finished his master's in education in 2010. He married former CBU women’s soccer standout Brittany (Shea), who is currently CBU Athletics' Compliance Assistant in June 2009. The Brasingtons had their first child, Keegan, January 2013.