HEAD COACH DENNY DIXON
Coach Dixon is a veteran college baseball coach with 22 years experience. His college experience began in 1987 as the Assist Coach at the University of North Texas, and in 1990 he became the Head Coach at Brookhaven College where he served as Head Coach until 2004. Coach Dixon is also a veteran of select summer baseball, his Dallas Image Baseball Team were they won the 1989 Palomino World Series Championship. In 2001 Coach Dixon and his family created Triple Creek Complex and Triple Crown Academy. TCC hosted tournaments while TCA trained and developed young players. Coach Dixon has also worked as a professional scout for the New York Mets, Tampa Bay Rays, and the Arizona Diamondbacks. Coach Dixon and his wife Glenda have nine children and six grandchildren with one on the way and reside in Princeton, Texas. Coach Dixon’s goal is to develop a quality student athlete and a winning baseball program that Dallas Christian College can look to with pride. He has a great “LOVE OF THE GAME“.
ASSISTANT COACH GIFFORD DIXON
Coach Dixon is happy to have his son Gifford Dixon as his assistant coach. He grew up going to his dad’s baseball camps and learned to love the game of baseball just as much as his dad. He would help his dad with the baseball camps and would help run tournaments at there Triple Crown Academy and Triple Creek Complex, he would also coach summer teams for the McKinney Mavericks. He played all 4 years on varsity for McKinney High School and play 4 years summer baseball for team “Image” and for the Coach Steve Adair’s Braves team. Coach Gifford Dixon attended Oklahoma University his freshman year, where he was a red shirt then he decided to return back to Texas to play for his dad at Brookhaven College for the next 2 years with conference honors. He then chose to the University of Texas at Tyler where he played for Coach Vi lade and they won there conference and he received honors. Coach Gifford has a true passion for teaching and coach student athletes all aspects of the game. He studies the game everyday on how it changes from season to season so that he can teach and coach student athletes to the best at there God given abilities. He also has scouted under his dad for the New York Mets. Coach Gifford truly loves baseball but baseball doesn’t have his heart like his little girl Abby does. She is daddy’s little girl and his number one fan…