Curt Fowler graduated from Blue Mountain High School in 1989. He attended Northeast Mississippi Community College where he played baseball for Coach Ronnie Key from 1989-1991. Fowler graduated with a B.A. in Histor from the University of Mississippi in 2000. Before his coaching career, he was Publisher and Editor for The Professional Kennel Club magazine and Sports Editor of the Souther Sentinel newspaper in Ripley, Miss. He also served as a town alderman for the city of Hickory Flat, Miss. from 1998-2002.
Coach Fowler was head baseball coach at Potts Camp High School before moving to New Albany High School in 2001. His coaching honors include being named the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal Coach of the Year and District 1-3A Coach of the Year while at New Albany. Fowler has coached in the NEMCABB All-Star Game and the Crossroads Diamond Club All-Star Game. He was the gold medal winning coach of the 2002 District 1 State Games Championship team. Fowler would go on to lead New Albany to six county championships, three division titles and North-Half and State playoffs. His 2008 team finished ranked 3rd in the Daily Journal Baseball Poll and 15th in the state by the Clarion-Ledger Newspaper.
Fowler is married to the former Fancy Bennett. They have one son, Matthew Case Fowler, who is 10-years-old and in the fifth grade. The Fowlers attend Ripley Primitive Baptist Church.
Taylor Clark, a pitcher for BMC in 2012, is in his fourth year on the BMC staff. Clark is serving in his role this season as Junior Varsity Head Coach, Varsity Assistant and Head of Recruiting.
Clark was All-Conference at Lee Academy High School in Marianna, Ark. where he played in two state championship series and pitched in the All-Star game.
He ended his playing career as a member of the 2012 TranSouth Athletic team that finished second in the conference tournament. He was on staff for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes when he received the call to preach and stay involved in college athletics. Clark graduated with a B.S. in Christian Ministry from BMC in June of 2012.
Coach Clark is married to the former Tuesdae Rowland of Ripley who was a former BMC Cross Country standout. They have been married for three years and make their home in Potts Camp, Miss. They will welcome their new baby girl, Laurel Mae Clark, in October of this year and are members of Pine Grove Baptist Church in Ashland, Miss.