Tyler Herring is in his second season as head coach of BMC Softball. He graduated from Brookland High School, Arkansas in 2007. He attended Williams Baptist College (AR) where he played baseball from 2007-2011. Herring graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Education.
Herring was an all-conference center fielder during his college baseball days at WBC. In the fall of 2011, he became an assistant with the Eagles softball team at WBC. As an assistant from 2011-2014, the Eagles compiled a record of 119-41 accompanied by two AMC Conference Championships. During Herring’s three years as an assistant, the Eagles landed two NAIA All-Americans, 10 All-Conference Players, and 53 Academic All-Conference Players. The Eagles also spent three seasons ranked in the NAIA Top 25, along with a fourth-place finish in the NAIA National Tournament in 2013.
Herring was named the Interim-Head Coach of the Eagles in December 2014. During his season as the Interim, Herring led the team to a 27-18 mark, coaching two All-Conference Players, 17 Academic All-Conference Players, and nested the AMC Freshman of the Year and AMC Player of the Year awards.
Herring is married to Staci Spargo Herring of Walnut Ridge, Arkansas.