Clemson associate head baseball coach Tom Riginos has been offered the head coaching job at Winthrop. Riginos said this afternoon that he is weighing whether or not to accept the Eagles offer. He could have a decision in the next couple of days.
Riginos is 42 years old and has been at Clemson for the past eight seasons. He has been the Tigers recruiting coordinator for the past two years. Clemson’s recruiting classes have been ranked in the top 25 each of those two years.
Winthrop is searching for a replacement for Joe Hudak, who was fired after 19 seasons in the Eagles dugout. Current USC associate head coach Chad Holbrook was also a candidate for the Eagles job until he pulled his name out of consideration last week.