Barret Rey relieved of athletic director duties, to remain on staff at St. Augustine
Barret Rey has been relieved of his duties as athletic director at St. Augustine High School, multiple sources confirmed Thursday to Crescent City Sports.
In an e-mail to CrescentCitySports.com, school President Aulston Taylor confirmed that Rey will remain on staff as head baseball coach and physical education teacher.
“We look forward to Coach Rey and his staff making an impact on the baseball diamond this season,” Taylor stated.
Rey had served in the capacity of athletic director since 2016 (six years) and added the job of head baseball coach prior to the 2020 season.
Prior to St. Augustine, Rey was an outstanding pitcher at Southern University, lettering all four years. Rey posted a 21-6 record, earning All-SWAC honors twice as the Jaguars made two NCAA regional appearances.
Rey entered coaching as an assistant baseball coach at Southern for eight years before becoming the head baseball coach at Grambling in 2006. Rey then served as head baseball coach at Alcorn State from 2010-15.
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