Alex Coplon begins his second season as the assistant
coach for the LCC baseball program in 2014-2015.
As a player for the Cardinals, he set the new school
record for single season saves while garnering first
team All-Kansas Jayhawk Conference honors as a sophomore
in 2011. He finished his athletic career at the
University of Central Oklahoma (NCAA DII).
A standout at Claremore High School (OK), Coplon set the
single season record for innings pitched with 113 as a
senior in 2009. Also during that season he was named
first team Oklahoma All-State, first team All-Tulsa
World, and the Northeastern Oklahoma Pitcher of the
His father, a former 17th round draft pick by the
Houston Astros, pitched for the Cowboys at Oklahoma
State University, helping them to two College World
Series appearances and Big 8 Conference Championships.
Coplon earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the
University of Central Oklahoma in 2013 and currently
resides in Parsons.