Doyle Wilson spent four seasons at USC (2008-2011) as an assistant coach, serving as recruiting coordinator and hitting coach. He served as head coach at Chandler-Gilbert Community College in Arizona from 2001-07 where he compiled a 255-140 record.
In 2003, the Coyotes won the Region 1 title and was a qualifier to the Western District Playoffs as Wilson earned ABCA Region 1 Coach of the Year honors.
He was a two-time all-conference catcher at Arkansas (1985-86) and was a member of the 1985 Razorbacks' squad that played in the College World Series. During his tenure as team captain both seasons, Wilson batted .330 as a junior with 10 doubles and 38 RBI while hitting .275 with 11 doubles and 34 RBI in his senior season.
As a ninth-round selection by the Cleveland Indians in 1986, he played four seasons in the organization and later started his coaching career. He was the pitching coach and recruiting coordinator at South Mountain Community College (1996-99) and coached various scout teams. He also served as a part-time scout for the Arizona Diamondbacks from 1997-2001.
He earned his bachelor's degree in finance from Arizona State in 1992.
Wilson and his wife, Marie, have a son, Jeff (21), and a daughter, Brooke (18).