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Tyler Gillum

Program Coordinator of Health & Wellness, Assistant Baseball Coach

Current Classes

EXS101 - Introduction to Exercise Science
EXS145 - Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription
EXS239 - Practical Applications of Personal Training Skills and Techniques Internship
EXS239AA - Practical Applications of Personal Training Skills and Techniques Internship
EXS239AB - Practical Applications of Personal Training Skills and Techniques Internship
FITNESS800-10001 - Fitness Center
HES100 - Healthful Living
PED101FL - Fitness For Life
PED101ST - Strength Training
PED124 - Strength and Conditioning for Sport Performance: Basic
PED125 - Strength and Conditioning for Sport Performance: Intermediate


Tyler Gillum enters his sixth year on the baseball staff at South Mountain Community College. Gillum serves as the infield and 3rd base coach, as well as assisting with hitters, strength training, and recruiting. Coach Gillum is also the Health & Wellness Faculty at SMCC. In his five seasons at SMCC, the Cougars compiled a team batting average of .306 while having 14 position players earn All-Conference honors, sent 33 players to Division 1 institutions, 5 players drafted and posted an overall record of 172-112. In the summers of 2012 and 2013, Coach Gillum traveled to the Myrtle Beach Summer Collegiate Baseball League to manage the Shore Eagles. For the past three summers (’14 - ’16), Coach Gillum has served as an assistant coach for the Brazos Valley Bombers in the Texas Collegiate League. In those three years, the Bombers overall record was 138-31 earning three top 5 national rankings (5th, 3rd, 3rd). The Bombers won three TCL titles with Gillum in the 3rd base box while also breaking numerous TCL and organizational records offensively. In that time, the Bombers had 15 players drafted and 18 sign professional contracts. In the summer of 2017, Gillum will be traveling to coach in the prestigious Cape Cod League for the Y-D Red Sox. Before coming to SMCC, Gillum served as the recruiting coordinator, hitting, and infield coach at his alma mater East Central University. The Oklahoma native graduated from Latta High School in 2005, where he was a member of 4 state championships. Following high school, he played two years at Seminole State Junior College. Gillum finished his playing career at East Central University earning a degree in Kinesiology (Teacher’s Certification) and a Master’s in Education with an emphasis in Sports Administration.  


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