NSU’s baseball team announced that Sunny Golloway is the new head coach. This position opened up after James Cullinane de-parted the program after just one season as a head coach to join the former NSU head coach at Queens University of Charlotte.
Over 30 years, Golloway holds a 743-387-1 record while earning six straight Mid-Continent Conference Championships and a Big 12 Conference Tournament Championship in 2013. Golloway also won four MCC Coach of the Year Awards, winning four out of five COY awards from 1998-2002.
Golloway got his start at Oklahoma University from 1992-’95 as an assistant coach. Golloway then got his first head coaching gig with Oral Roberts University from 1996-2003.
After that, he returned to OU as an assistant for two seasons, before getting promoted to head coach from 2005-’13. Golloway’s last Division-I opportunity came from 2014’15 with Auburn University.
After he was done at AU, Golloway coached for three seasons at Moore High School in Oklahoma. Last season, the veteran head coach got back into the college game when he was hired by Division-II East Central for the 2023 season before leaving for NSU.