Phil Webster inducted into the Class of 2015

The Indiana High School Baseball Coaches Association have added five more former players, coaches and others with ties to Indiana and significant contributions to the game of baseball during  its 2014 induction ceremony on Jan. 23, 2015.  We are proud to announce that one of those new members include Phil Webster.  Here is a short profile of his accomplishments.

Phil WebsterPHIL WEBSTER—Decatur Central High School
Coach Webster started his coaching career at North Salem High School in 1967 and won 45 games and a sectional championship in three years. Phil moved on to a 27 year run at Decatur Central High School and amassed a record of 558 wins and 254 losses. Accomplishments include 7 Marion County Championships, 11 Conference Championships, and 11 Sectional Championships, 2 Regional
Championships and a Semi-State and 4A State Championship in 2008. In 2012 Coach Webster became the pitching coach at Franklin College and his pitching staff was able to set the lowest ERA in the history of the school. In 2013 Phil Webster became the varsity baseball coach at North Putnam High School. His record was 20-5 and that included both a conference and Putnam County championship. Over his career Coach Webster has won 603 games while losing 273. He is currently an assistant coach at Mooresville High School
Phil graduated from Wilkinsburg High School in Pittsburgh, PA and then graduated from Milligan College where he pitched varsity baseball for four years. He later received a Masters degree from Purdue University. During his coaching career Coach Webster won numerous Coach of the Year awards

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