Zach Murray was a four-year letterman for the Augusta Jaguars baseball program from 2012-2015 and he enters his third year as a volunteer assistant coach for the Augusta University baseball program.
Zach Murray made his way to Augusta in the fall of 2011 to continue his baseball career as a Jaguar after he graduated from Washington Wilkes High School in Wilkes County, Ga., in 2011.
Murray spent most of his collegiate career as a catcher while also getting playing time as a second basemen and third basemen. As a junior in 2014, Murray started 29 games and ranked fifth on the team in doubles and walks and was second in triples.
In his first year with the coaching staff in 2016, Murray was an assistant hitting coach, catchers coach, and first base coach. He helped the team to a No. 19 national ranking. The 2016 Jags ranked 11th in the nation in batting average (.334) and eighth in the nation in doubles (130). The offense also had the least amount of strikeouts in the Peach Belt Conference.
In 2016 Zach Murray finished his degree from Augusta University graduating with a Bachelor of Science in kinesiology with a concentration in exercise science.