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Tim Steggall joined the UT Arlington staff in 2013 as the director of baseball operations. Steggall played for UT Arlington under coach Darin Thomas.
In this role as director of operations, he is responsible for administrative duties, scouting reports and charts, organizing travel accommodations and logistics, organizing baseball camps, and helping with alumni events and baseball fundraisers.
After playing for the Mavericks in 2009, Steggall returned for the 2012 season as the Student Volunteer Coach while he finished his degree. He worked mostly with the pitchers and served as the bullpen coach.
Before returning to UTA as a coach, Steggall had a varied playing career. Steggall's collegiate playing career consisted of three different colleges and spanned almost the entire West Coast. After growing up in California, he played his freshman year at NCAA Division III University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA, under Head Coach Brian Billings where he was named 1st Team All-Region.
Steggall transferred to Central Arizona College for his sophomore year, where he played under Head Coach Jon Wente. He helped lead the team to a Junior College World Series berth in Grand Junction, CO. He was named 1st Team All-Region, 1st Team All-Conference, as well as Central Arizona Male Student Athlete of the Year. Steggall was also named to the Central Arizona College Academic Honor Roll during both semesters.
After the successful year at Central Arizona, Steggall transferred to UT Arlington for the 2009 season, a season in which he started every game at shortstop. In the summer after his junior year, while playing for Barry Aiden and the Seattle Studs, Steggall signed a free agent contract with the Texas Rangers as a pitcher. He pitched in the Rangers organization from 2009-2011.
Steggall graduated summa cum laude in 2012 with a B.A. in English, and is currently working toward his Master's in Business Administration and a Master's Degree in Economics.