Brycen Campbell enters his first year as an assistant coach for the Tigers. Campbell earned a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from New Mexico State University.
Brycen comes from Farmington, New Mexico, where he attended Farmington High School and graduated in 2012. After graduating high school, he attended and played at Eastern Arizona College for two years and received his Associates Degree. Brycen finished out his playing career at New Mexico State University.
When his playing career ended, he joined former Riverside City College's Brian Green and his coaching staff for the next two seasons. He assisted in the development of the outfielders and engaged diligently with the offensive approach and philosophy as well.
During his stint at NMSU, the Aggies put together back-to-back 34 win seasons and qualified for the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Tournament in both seasons.
In the summer of 2016, Campbell was appointed the head coaching position for the 4-Corners 18 and under team in the Farmington Connie Mack league. This past summer of 2017, he coached the Farmington Frackers - a collegiate summer team that went on to a 36-1 record and won the Stan Musial World Series.
He and his wife, Morgan have been married for two years.