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Assistant Coach Andy Lewton

Current Team
Hays Larks

Andy was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. He moved to Hays his sophomore year and attended Hays High School. While at Hays High, Andy lettered all three years in football and baseball. After graduation from high school, Andy attended Barton County Community College to play baseball. He then attended Fort Hays State University to continue playing baseball and finish his college degrees. Andy obtained a BS in Sports  and Recreation Management and Secondary Education with an emphasis in Health and Physical Education. After finishing his career at Fort Hays, Andy was offered the assistant pitching and strength and conditioning coach for the Tiger baseball team. He spent the next six years coaching at the collegiate level for FHSU. During this time, Andy obtained his MS in Sports Administration. After his stint as an assistant coach at Fort Hays State, Andy took a position at Prospect Ridge Academy High School in Broomfield, Colorado. He remained at Prospect Ridge for 4 years as a Coach and  Athletic Director. Andy is a former Lark, where he spent 3 years as a pitcher, winning the Jayhawk League and making multiple runs at the NBC World Series. Andy goes way back with head coach Frank Leo and assistant coach Keith Harper, as he played for these two not only for the Larks, but at Hays High as well. Over the years Leo, Harper and Lewton have won a lot of games and titles together! Andy has coached in many different collegiate summer leagues over the years, and he really looks forward to joining the family again that we call Larks Baseball!  Andy now resides in Garden City, KS with his wife, Jacklyn and daughter, Arlee. He is an HPER instructor at Garden City Community College, teaching Exercise Science, Health, Lifetime Fitness, Strength and Conditioning and Sports Administration. Andy also coaches for Garden City High School as an assistant for the baseball team. Baseball is a way life that few understand unless you’ve been a part of the magic it creates.