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Reece Honeycutt - Head Coach



Coach Honeycutt will enter his fourth season as the head baseball coach in 2019, coming off the 2018 season where the Eagles went to the NJCAA DIII World Series. He has combined for over 60 wins in three full seasons as head coach. Honeycutt will be handling the infielders this year for the Rockingham Eagles. Coach Honeycutt's coaching career began in 2008 as he progressed from Assistant Junior Varsity Coach to Head Jr. Varsity Coach and then Assistant Varsity Coach for South Iredell High School in Statesville, NC (2011-2013). His high school involvement with American Legion led him to coach a Junior Legion Team for two years.  Reece was hired as an Assistant Coach for the Mooresville Spinners Collegiate Baseball Team in Mooresville NC. The team won 2014 CVCL Championship and was ranked 20th in the Country in June 2015.

Coach Honeycutt was the head coach for the Mooresville Spinners for the summers of 2016 and 2017. The team finished with a 37-13 in 2016, won the regular season championship for the first time in Spinners history. They were also ranked as high as 33rd in the nation for most of the summer. In summer 2017 Spinners finished with a record of 35-12 regular season runner up. Coach Honeycutt finished with 72-25 record as Mooresville Spinners Skipper. He also has the most wins as Head Coach in Spinners history.

Honeycutt's playing career was cut short due to arm injury. Honeycutt was a 4 year starter at South Iredell High School. He was named All Conference and All Iredell County Utility Player Sophomore and Junior year. He was also named 2nd Team All-Region his Junior season. He was Team Captain 3 of 4 years.

Contact Coach Honeycutt:
336-342-4261 ext. 2136

Will Greene- Pitching Coach


Coach Greene will be entering his second season as Rockingham CC's Pitching Coach. Greene is a Rockingham County native played at Rockingham County HS. He comes to RCC after finishing his playing career at North Carolina A&T. Coach Greene is a former Eagle where he pitched one full season with the Eagles before transferring to Catawba Valley CC, and was apart of 2015 CVCC World Series run finishing 3rd overall. Greene found his way in the starting rotation at all three schools.