|Title:||Volunteer Assistant Coach|
|Year:||3rd Year at USC Upstate|
Kyle Floyd is in his third year as a volunteer assistant coach with the USC Upstate baseball program.
A native of Windsor, Ill., Floyd was twice recognized with All-South Atlantic Conference merits, as he finished his two-year tenure at Lincoln Memorial University with a career .349 batting average. He made 84 appearances with 76 starts in his career, helping the Railsplitters combine for 53 wins in two seasons.
Before arriving at Lincoln Memorial, Floyd played two seasons at Kaskaskia College, where he hit .354 over his two-year tenure. While he was a sophomore, Kaskaskia won the Region 24 Championship and the Northern District Championship in 2013 while also making an appearance in the NJCAA Division I World Series. That same season, he was recognized as both the North District and Region 24 Catcher of the Year.
Floyd was a two-time All-National Trail Conference first team selection at Windsor High School, where he graduated in 2011. He's graduated with a Associates in Arts from Kaskaskia Community College in 2013 and a Bachelor's Degree in Kinesiology from Lincoln Memorial in 2015.
Floyd started his coaching career at Lincoln Memorial University as a Graduate Assistant in 2015. While he was there, Floyd was the Outfielders coach, as well as assisted with hitters and catchers. While he was there, the Railsplitters were elite offensively, ranking among the top three in the South Atlantic Conference in batting average (.315), on-base percentage (.422) and slugging percentage (.471).