Scott Berry is an American college baseball coach, currently serving as head coach of the Southern Miss Golden Eagles baseball team. He has held that position since prior to the 2010 season. Berry played two years at Crowder College, a junior college in Missouri. After two all-region seasons as a catcher, he was forced to give up baseball due to back issues. He transferred to Southwest Missouri State where he completed his degree and became a student assistant coach.
In 1991, Berry was named an assistant at Meridian Community College, serving under Corky Palmer who would precede him at Southern Miss. After six seasons as an assistant, Berry became head coach at Meridian, where he remained for four seasons, earning numerous coach of the year awards. He also led Meridian to their first National Junior College World Series in 1998. His teams were ranked in the top 10 all four years he was at the helm, and placed 25 players at Division I schools and coached nine future professional players.
Berry then rejoined Palmer with the Golden Eagles, accepting an assistant coaching position at Southern Miss. Berry worked in a number of roles, including hitting coach, pitching coach, and associate head coach prior to becoming head coach in 2010. While a hitting coach, the Golden Eagles hit over .300 as a team after batting .279 the previous season, with seven players batting over .300. As a pitching coach, USM posted the lowest ERA in Conference USA and produced four players who earned seven All-America awards, including one in four consecutive years.
Tuzapán (Tuxpan) was founded by the Native Americans of Papantla, Veracruz. Coordinates: 20°28′N 97°42′W / 20.467°N 97.700°W / 20.467; -97.700 Danylo Apostol (Ukrainian: Данило Апостол; Romanian: Dănilă Apostol) (1654–1734), was a Hetman of the Left-bank Ukraine and Ukrainian Cossack starshina. Born in a noble Cossack family of Moldavian boyar origin, Danylo Apostol was a prominent military leader, polkovnyk (colonel) of the Myrhorod Regiment, and a participant in the Russian campaigns against the Ottoman Empire and Crimean Khanate.
In the 1723-1725 Cossack starshyna, Danylo Apostol was accused of being involved in the alleged mutiny plot of Hetman Pavlo Polubotok and was suspected in treason by Catherine I. In 1727, Apostol was elected to be Hetman of the left-bank Ukraine. During his rule Little Russia and Cossack nobility increased their wealth and estates at the same time as it was further incorporated into the Russian Empire. Danylo Apostol died in 1734, and the new Hetman was not elected until 1750.