Tommy Eason
Tommy Eason
Title: Head Coach (15th Season)
Phone: C: 252-378-4335
Phone: O: 252-493-7680
High School: Greene Central High School
Previous College: East Carolina University
Team: MiLB Phillies Organization

Career Record at Pitt:  455-213 (68%) 15th Season


Tommy Eason took the helm of PCC’s baseball program in the summer of 2005. In 14 seasons as the Bulldogs' head coach, he has tallied five conference tournament titles (2008, 2010, 2011, 2016 and 2017) and has reached the NJCAA World Series twice. (2010,2017)

In 2010, Eason earned NJCAA Eastern District Coach of the Year honors as he led his team to the NJCAA Division I Baseball World Series, the PCC baseball program’s first-ever trip to Grand Junction, Colo. Seven years later, the Bulldogs went undefeated in the 2017 Region X Tournament to reach the NJCAA Division II World Series in Enid, Okla.

Approximately 75 of the Bulldogs Eason has coached, have furthered their playing careers at the NCAA and/or professional level, including two – Lonnie Chisenhall and Jeff Ferrell – who reached the Major Leagues.

As a player at East Carolina University (1989-91), Eason was a two-time First-Team All-Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) selection and led the Pirates to three-straight conference titles and NCAA regional appearances as a player. During the 1990 season, he batted .366 and led the CAA in home runs (17) and RBI (62). He finished his ECU career ranked second all-time in home runs (39), third in total bases (354) and fourth in RBI (155) with a .335 batting average and, in 2010, was named to the CAA Baseball Silver Anniversary Team by a panel of current and former coaches.

After being selected by the Philadelphia Phillies in the sixth round (pick 162) of the 1991 Major League Baseball Draft, Eason spent four seasons in the minor leagues, hitting .285 with 30 home runs and 145 RBI, before returning to ECU to complete his bachelor's degree.

A member of ECU Coach Keith LeClair's first staff as a graduate assistant in 1998, Eason was elevated to pitching coach the following year and served in that capacity for seven seasons. During his tenure, East Carolina made six consecutive NCAA regional appearances and advanced to a pair of super regionals. Five pitchers earned All-America honors under Eason’s tutelage, and his pitching staffs finished among the NCAA leaders in earned run average three times.

In the summer of 2016, Eason was selected for induction into the ECU Athletics Hall of Fame.

Playing Accolades

1989, 1990 All Conference Catcher-Colonial Athletic Association

1989, 1990, 1991 CAA Conference Champions-East Carolina University

1989, 1990, 1991 NCAA Regionals

1989 Cape Cod In-Season All-Star

1990 Valley League All-Star-NCAA Summer League All-American

1991 MLB Amateur Draft-6th Round-Philadelphia Phillies

1992 South Atlantic League-In Season and Post Season All-Star

1994 AA All-Star-National League

1994 Arizona Fall League Champions-Peoria Javelinas

1995 Eastern League Champions-Co-MVP Eastern League Playoffs

2010 25th Silver Anniversary Team-Colonial Athletic Association

2016 ECU Athletics Hall of Fame


Coaching Accolades


East Carolina University

1998-2005  Assistant Coach

1999, 2000 Colonial Athletic Association Champions

2002 Conference USA Tournament Champions

2004 Conference USA Regular Season Champions

Seven Consecutive NCAA Regional Appearances-1999-2005

Four No. 1 Seeds-Including a No. 7 National Seed

Pitt Community College

2005-present Head Coach  

2008, 2010, 2011, 2016 Region 10 Division 1 Champions

2008 Eastern District Runners Up

2010 Eastern District Champions

2010 Division 1 Junior College World Series

2010 Eastern District-Division 1 Coach of the Year

2010 Coach of the Year-North Carolina Baseball Coaches Association

2010 Walter Rabb Award

2011 Eastern District Runners Up

2017 Region X/Southeastern District Coach of the Year