Bobby Cox is OBU's all-time leader in coaching wins in all sports, having led the Bison baseball team to 1055 wins through 27 seasons at the OBU helm. Cox is the only coach to take a Bison baseball team to the NAIA World Series. He has accomplished the feat in 1989, 1996 and in 2011. The team also reached the NAIA Opening Round in 2012.
His teams have never had a losing season. He has coached 18 All-Americans and 14 major league draftees.
Cox, who was inducted into OBU's Hall of Fame in 1996 and the NAIA Baseball Hall of Fame in 2011, was named Sooner Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 1986, 1996 and 2011; District 9 Coach of the Year in 1986, 1989 and 1991; Area 3 Coach of the Year in 1989, Great Plain Region Coach of the Year (by the region and by the American Baseball Coaches Association) in 1996 and Region Coach of the Year in 2011.
As a player, Cox was an All-District performer for the Bison in 1979, leading his team with a .389 batting average while driving in a team-high 33 RBI in 34 games.
Cox and his wife, Lyn, have two sons, Bobby and Chris.
While at BAHS, Klimas was All-Conference in baseball and All-District in football.<p class="style=" margin:"="" 0pt?="">He is married to Lady Bison track alum, Penny Klimas, who was a hurdler on the 2005 indoor track national championship team.
Corniel returns for his third season as the assistant baseball coach for the Bison. He was a two-time All-League selection and the league's Triple Crown Winner his junior season at Lahainaluna High School. Corniel was also named to the All Bay Valley Conference Team his freshman and sophomore seasons while attending Laney College. After transferring to OBU, Corniel tied the OBU record for doubles in a season with 26. Corniel spent one year as an assistant coach at Lahainaluna High School. Corniel is married to Dana Corniel, and his hobbies include golfing and going to the beach.