Shep Mularz was a graduate assistant for the Eagles from 2002-2004 and rejoined the team as an assistant in 2008. He also served as an assistant coach for Ronnie Elmore at Montgomery Academy in 2003. That season Montgomery Academy made it to the state championship series at Paterson Field.
He played for Sonney Vandervander at Jeff Davis High School, where he won the Sportsmanship Award in 1995 and the Gold Glove Award in 1996. Following his senior year with the Volunteers, Mularz was selected to the all-state and all-metro teams and was the all-metro Player of the Year. Before transferring to Faulkner he played for coach Rudy Abbott for two season at Jacksonville State University.
Mularz and his wife Megan were married in 2010.
Jacob Legg works primarily with the pitchers and is also heading up Faulkner's junior varsity program.
Legg was a pitcher and an outfielder under former head coach Larry Giangrosso at the University of Alabama at Birmingham for two seasons and graduated from the UAB in 2005 with a degree in Economics.
Before transferring to UAB he played for two seasons under former coach Jim Wells at the University of Alabama. While with the Crimson Tide he was a member of two Southeastern Conference tournament championship teams.
Legg is a native of Hartselle, Ala., and graduated from Hartselle High School in 2001. He played under coach William Booth for four years and was a two-time all-state pitcher.
In the offseason, Legg helps his father run the Bama Bombers, a summer high-school age team with some of the premier players in the southeast.
Legg is the son of Greg and Robin Legg, and has a brother, Micah, and sister, Alicia.
Travis Watson is entering his second season as an assistant for the baseball program.
Prior to joining the Eagles, he spend seven years at Lee University, where he established himself as one of the top recruiters in the NAIA. While with the Flames, Watson helped lead five teams to the World Series in Lewiston, Idaho.
In addition to hitting, he will work primarily with the hitters and infielders and well serve as the first base coach.
Watson played baseball for Roane State Community College, Tennessee-Martin and Mobile.
Watson coached at Hiwassee College and Middle Tennessee State. In that time he helped produce 12 All-Americans, eight of which were first team selections. Fifteen of his former athletes went on to play professionally.
Watson is a native of Sweetwater, Tenn., and he and his wife Eleanor have two children - a daughter, Leah, age 7, and a son, Brody, age 3.