GW Baseball Names Tag Montague Second Assistant Coach
Oct. 17, 2002
WASHINGTON, DC -- Tag Montague has been hired as the second assistant coach for baseball at The George Washington University, head coach Tom Walter has announced. Montague will be the team's hitting, outfield, and baserunning instructor. Other duties include coordinating the defense and working with assistant coach Dennis Healy on recruiting.
Montague came to the Colonials from Virginia Wesleyan College where he served as the team's first assistant coach and recruiting coordinator. His daily duties included instructing the hitters and infielders. Prior to Wesleyan, Montague spent two seasons at Old Dominion University as the team's infield, hitting and third base coach.
Montague has coached the Waynesboro Generals in the Shenandoah Valley League where he helped guide them to the 1998 championship - setting a league record for team batting average. He also coached the Outerbanks Daredevils in the Coastal Plains league in the summer of 2000. Montague is a 1998 graduate of the Virginia Commonwealth University with a B.S. in Physical Education.
"Tag's knowledge of the game and his work ethic are unparalleled in this game," Walter said. "I have no doubts that he will make our hitters, base runners and outfielders the best they can possibly be and help us improve upon the lofty standards we've set the past three seasons."