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Oklahoma State baseball: Cowboys hire Marty Lees as assistant coach, recruiting coordinator

The Cowboys bring back a familiar face.

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Marty Lees will rejoin Josh Holliday’s staff at Oklahoma State as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator, the program announced Thursday. Kendall Rogers of D1Baseball first reported the news in late June.

Lees comes back to Stillwater after four seasons as the head coach at Washington State. The Cougars went 68-132-1 in that span.

During his first stint at OSU, Lees helped lead the Cowboys to three consecutive NCAA Regional trips and the Big 12 regular-season title in 2014.

Lees is excited to get back to Stillwater.

“It’s an honor to be back coaching baseball at Oklahoma State,” Lees said. “I want to thank (OSU Director of Athletics) Mike Holder and Josh Holliday for their belief in me and my family to help continue the success of Cowboy Baseball. The investment that the school, donors and alumni have made in the new stadium is second to none, and we will be able to train players at an elite level. I am anxious to get back to work with Josh and Rob (Walton), two of the best people and baseball coaches I know.” {}