GALVESTON COLLEGE BASEBALL COACHES
Meet the Coach
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Meet the Head Coach
Kevin Lallmann enters his third season serving as the Whitecaps pitching coach. During his time, Galveston College has sent 12 pitchers on to the university level and had one selected in the 2017 MLB draft.
Prior to coming to Galveston, Kevin was the head coach at Vernon College.
Coach Lallmann was an assistant coach and kinesiology professor at New Mexico Junior College.
Kevin started his coaching career at the University of Central Oklahoma.
Coach Lallmann has served as an associate scout for many organizations including the Cincinnati Reds, Pittsburgh Pirates, Boston Red Sox, Cleveland Indians, and currently holds that same position with the Chicago Cubs. He has also worked with USA baseball and spoke at many camps and clinics across the southwest.
Coach Lallmann grew up in Carlsbad, New Mexico where he played for the two time state champion Carlsbad Cavemen. After high school, Kevin played for New Mexico Junior College and Oklahoma Baptist University.
Kevin is married to Stacy; he has three daughters Katlyn, Taylor, and Tanner.
Meet the Assistant Coach
Kyle Giusti was named the Assistant Coach for Galveston College baseball team in January of 2019.
Prior coming to Galveston, Coach Giusti spent the 2018 season at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock where he specialized in hitting and served as the bullpen coach where the team experienced one of their best seasons in recent years and won its first postseason game since 2011.
Before Little Rock he was a volunteer assistant coach at Galveston College. He was the team’s first base coach and helped the Whitecaps to a regional tournament appearance and an overall record of 35-22.
Prior to Galveston, Giusti was the head coach at Rotan High School in Rotan, Texas. He led the team to its first playoff appearance in over 10 seasons after going 15-10 and secured District 6-2A Coach of the Year honors.
Giusti began his coaching career as a student assistant at Abilene Christian in 2015 after a successful playing career. Giusti played at Abilene Christian for two seasons where he garnered First Team All-Southland honors, First Team ABCA All-South Central Region honors and status. He transferred to ACU from Galveston College where he was a 2012 Texas/New Mexico JUCO All-Star and a First Team All-Conference and All-Region selection as a sophomore.
Kyle is a Native of Santa Fe, TX