Prairie View A&M University Director of Athletics Ashley Robinson announced Tuesday that Waskyla Cullivan will not return as the head coach of PVAMU’s baseball program.  A national search for PVAMU’s next head coach will begin immediately.

Cullivan recently completed his seventh season as head coach of the Panthers as the 2015 team finished with a record of 15-36. A former assistant coach at PVAMU for six seasons before being elevated to head coach in 2009, Cullivan’s seven-year record stands at 149-199.


“We very much appreciate the effort and energy that Coach Cullivan has poured into our baseball program and the student-athletes at Prairie View A&M University,” said Robinson.  “This was a tough decision but I have decided that it is time for a new direction.”

During his tenure as head coach, Cullivan reached the SWAC Baseball Tournament five times as he won the 2012 SWAC Championship in addition to competing in the 2013 SWAC Tournament Finals.  Multiple players earned All-SWAC Honors under his watch along with a freshman All-American in 2014.

Courtesy: PVAMU Athletics

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