Rusty Kilgo – Coach
Rusty Kilgo was born and raised in Houston, Texas. He graduated with honors from North Shore High School and was a 3 year varsity starter in both Basketball and Baseball. He received multiple All-District honors in both sports and is a member of the North Shore Athletics Hall of Fame. Rusty followed his passion for baseball and attended McLennan Community College in Waco, TX.
After 2 seasons at McLennan, Rusty transferred to Arizona State University where he graduated with a BS in Finance. In his Junior year at ASU, the Sun Devils were 60-13, set a Pac-12 record with 28 consecutive wins, and were ranked #1 for most of the year before losing in the 1988 College World Series Championship Game. During that season, Rusty went 12-3 with 9 saves. He started 3 College World Series games with 2 wins and was named to the All-College World Series Team. After his Senior year at ASU, Rusty was chosen by the Montreal Expos in the 1989 June Draft. He went on to play 8 seasons at various levels in 3 organizations (Montreal, Cincinnati, and San Diego).
After his playing career ended, Rusty continued to his passion for baseball by focusing on player development. He has coached teams at various youth levels from Coach Pitch to High School and enjoys teaching the fundamentals of the game while inspiring kids to compete.
Rusty has resided in Bee Cave for the past 18 years with his wife, Elizabeth, and their 4 kids Morgan, Kyle, Jackson, and Reid.