Jerry Wargo - Camp Director
Robert Clark - Associate Camp Director
Tommy Breen - Associate Camp Director
Joanne Wargo - Director of Administration
Allen Haines - Director of Public Relations

Tom Walter
Head Coach, Wake Forest University

A proven program builder and player developer, Tom Walter enters his eighth season in 2017 as the head coach of Wake Forest baseball. The Demon Deacons are coming off an NCAA Tournament appearance in 2016, including an opening-round win over Minnesota after receiving an at-large bid to the College Station Regional. Walter has helped 18 players get drafted or sign pro contracts over the last five years and led the Demon Deacons to five straight winning seasons for the first time since Wake Forest posted seven straight from 1997-2003. Those pro Deacons are highlighted by big leaguers Mac Williamson (Giants) and Tim Cooney (Cardinals), and Will Craig, the 22nd overall pick in the first round by the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2016. Walter is the only active head coach in the country to lead three different programs to the NCAA Division I Tournament, becoming just the seventh coach all-time to do so. He joins the ranks of Larry Cochell, Augie Garrido, Sunny Golloway, Andy Lopez, Ron Polk and Jack Stallings.

Terry Rooney
Associate Head Coach, Assistant Coach University Houston

Rooney brings a wealth of experience to Houston’s veteran coaching staff, having spent eight years as the head coach at UCF. He most recently served as the pitching coach at Alabama during the 2017 season and joins the Houston program with more than 20 years of collegiate coaching experience.

Rooney has an extensive background in college baseball, having made several stops at established programs throughout the country. Prior to spending the 2017 season at Alabama, he led one of Houston’s American foes in UCF for eight seasons (2008-16). Before heading to Orlando, Rooney was an assistant at LSU (2007-08), Notre Dame (2004-06), Stetson (2002-03), Old Dominion (2000-01), James Madison (1998-99) and George Washington (1997). In all of those stops, Rooney was involved in some capacity with the pitching staff and/or recruiting.

Larry Williams
Associate Head Coach, Assistant Coach, University of Maryland Baltimore County Baseball

Former professional baseball player and longtime coach Larry Williams joined the UMBC baseball staff in October 2012. Williams played professionally with the Pittsburgh Pirates organization from 1970-1975 before entering into the coaching and scouting field where he has worked ever since.

"We're very excited to add Larry to our staff,” coach Mumma said. “He's been involved in baseball, both playing and coaching, for a very long time and at a variety of levels. I expect he'll be able to add a new dimension to our staff."

In Williams' first season with UMBC, the Retrievers recorded an eight-win improvement from 2012, going 18-30 overall with a 9-21 mark in the America East Conference. The defense improved its efficiency posting a .961 fielding percentage, up from .942 in 2012. With a steady defense behind it, the UMBC staff lowered its team ERA by over four points from the previous season.

Nick Weisheipl
Head Coach, Cabrini University

Weisheipl comes to Cabrini College after two seasons at West Chester University, where he helped lead the Golden Rams to the 2015 NCAA Regional; guiding the offense to a nearly 30 point improvement in team batting average. The 2015 squad produced St. Louis Cardinals draft pick and PSAC East Division Player of the Year Dylan Tice, along with three other all-conference selections. Prior to West Chester, Weisheipl was the pitching coach, recruiting coordinator, and director of camps for Villanova University. During his time at Villanova, Weisheipl developed four pitchers who were drafted into professional baseball, significantly increased youth and prospect camp attendance, assisted in summer league placements, and spear headed national level recruiting. Before coming to the Philadelphia area, Weisheipl was named the head coach at Notre Dame College following one season as the pitching coach, recruiting coordinator, and academic liaison at the school. In his three seasons as head coach, the team established program records for the most wins and highest winning percentage in a season. Most recently, his 2011 squad had eight players garner all-conference honors and the team was honored as an NAIA Scholar Team with a team grade-point average above 3.0.

Matt Tyner
Head Baseball Coach - Towson University

A new era of college baseball is on the horizon at Towson University as Matt Tyner will be named the Tigers' new head coach. Tyner will officially be introduced at 1 p.m. Friday in the Minnegan Room on the third floor of the Unitas Stadium Field House.

"We are very excited for Matt to be our next head coach," said Director of Athletics Tim Leonard. "We had a very talented candidate pool and Matt stood out with his vision of turning this program into a contender. His success as a player and coach, as well as in the business sector, made him the ideal person to be the next head coach at Towson."

"First off, I want to thank God for this opportunity," said Tyner. “Secondly, I want to thank President Kim Schatzel and Athletic Director Tim Leonard for having the faith and the trust in me to guide the Towson University baseball program. I am very excited for this opportunity as it fulfills a life-long dream."

Eric Franc
Director of Player Development - Towson University

Eric Franc enters his eighth season as a member of the Towson baseball coaching staff. He will begin his first season as the director of player development after spending the previous seven seasons as the volunteer assistant.

A 2003 graduate of Towson, Franc also works as an academic advisor in the Towson athletics department. He works with the Tigers baseball, men’s lacrosse, women’s soccer and swimming and diving programs.

Franc joined the athletics department in 2006 as the coordinator for women’s basketball operations. He has also served as an instructor in the kinesiology department since 2007.

JP Blandin
Head Baseball Coach - Delaware State University

The 2012 Delaware State University baseball season was historic for Blandin, who led the Hornets to the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference North championship, their first MEAC championship game appearance in eight years, tied a team record for wins in a season, reached the 300 mark in career wins, and led the squad to a school-record win streak. The achievements earned Blandin his first MEAC Coach-of-the-Year award. In addition, Delaware State's (1B/LHP) Ryan Haas was selected as the 2012 MEAC Player-of-the-Year, marking the second straight season that a Hornet received the award. The 2012 Hornets were 40-17-1 overall, tying the team record for wins in a season first set by Blandin's 2002 squad. DSU captured the MEAC North title with a record of 22-2 in division games. The Hornets also posted a school-record 17 game win streak last season, which ended with a loss to Bethune- Cookman in the MEAC championship game, DSU's first title game appearance since 2004.

Jed Morris
Head Baseball Coach - Eastern University

Jed Morris began as the head coach of Eastern University Baseball in 2013. Morris enjoyed tremendous success as a college baseball player at Nebraska and spent several years in the Oakland Athletics minor league system. As the Big 12 player of the year in 2002, Morris, a catcher, helped the Cornhuskers to reach the College World Series for the second straight season. Morris put up prodigious numbers at the plate while leading the Nebraska defense behind it. He was drafted by the Athletics in the 2002 "Moneyball" draft, and he was in the process of climbing through the system when he was diagnosed with Leukemia. Morris beat Leukemia and returned to the minors where he eventually finished his playing career as a member of the Lancaster (Pa.) Barnstormers organization in the Independent League.

Todd Carroll
Assistant Coach, MIT
Todd Carroll was named the MIT pitching coach in January of 2010. No stranger to northeast baseball, he had previously been an assistant coach at UMass-Boston, Salem Community College and Harvard University. At UMass-Boston, Carroll helped the Beacons to their first winning record in school history in 2002. At Salem, both of Carroll’s pitching staffs finished the year with earned run averages under four. In 2007, Harvard’s pitching staff led the Ivy League by nearly a full run, and this past spring, the Engineers finished with a team ERA of 4.62, good for 54th in the country out of 359 Division-III teams. Carroll has also gained experience through summer baseball, coaching in three of the most prestigious leagues in the country. From 2002-2005 he was the pitching coach of the Mill City All Americans of the New England Collegiate Baseball League, working under current MIT assistant coach Chip Forrest. In 2007, Carroll served as an assistant coach with the Wareham Gatemen of the Cape Cod Baseball League, and in 2008, he served as the Head Coach of the Bennington Bombers of the New York Collegiate League.

Jimmy Williams
Assistant Coach, Prince George's Community College

Troy Brohawn
Head Coach, Salisbury University

Troy Brohawn was named the Salisbury University Head Baseball Coach in July 2014. The Eastern Shore native returns to the Salisbury program after a five-year stint as the head coach of the Cambridge-South Dorchester High School where he led the Vikings to the state championship in 2013. Brohawn served as the Sea Gulls' pitching coach from 2006-2009. During that time Salisbury posted a 149-32 record. While coaching, he also completed his degree in physical education, receiving his diploma in 2009. Brohawn was also an accomplished player, playing three years of Division I baseball at the University of Nebraska before a 12-year professional career. While at Nebraska, he was named to the Dean's List three times and was a first-team All-American. He set a school record at the time with 123 strikeouts in 111 1/3 innings and threw 13 complete games during the 1993 season.

Bob Mumma
Head Coach, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Bob Mumma has been promoted to head baseball coach at UMBC, Director of Athletics Dr. Charles Brown announced in June 2011. In 1997, UMBC inducted Bob Mumma into the Retrievers’ Hall of Fame as the highly decorated former player moves into his eighth season as assistant coach at his alma mater.  Mumma, a catcher at UMBC from 1990 through 1992, is the Retrievers' all-time leader in home runs (42), is tied for second in RBI's (152), and is among the top-10 in six other categories.  In 1991, he hit .395 with 15 home runs and 54 RBI, and in 1992 was named Third Team GTE Academic All-American.
Mumma, a native of Rising Sun, Md., was drafted in the 13th round by the Chicago White Sox in 1992 and signed with the club after his junior season.  He completed his economics degree the following year and played for two years in the White Sox system.  Mumma received his M.B.A. from the University of Baltimore in the spring of 2000.
Mumma also serves as an academic counselor in the EXCELL program.

Joe Raccuia
Head Coach, Radford University

Joe Raccuia - Radford University President Penelope W. Kyle announced that Radford alumnus Joe Raccuia has been named as the Highlander's fifth head baseball coach.

"We are thrilled that we have found a Radford alumnus with the background and experience to lead our baseball team,' Kyle said. "His familiarity with our program and the Big South Conference combined with his accomplishments at all levels of college baseball will lay the foundation for unprecedented success for the Highlander baseball program.

A 1995 Radford graduate, Raccuia replaces Lew Kent, who stepped down following the 2007 season. Raccuia played for and coached under Kent.

Sherman Reed
Head Coach, Coppin State University

Sherman Reed enters his eighth season as the head coach of the Coppin State baseball program after previously spending two seasons as an assistant. During his first three seasons at the helm, Reed has worked tirelessly on the recruiting trail and helping turn the Coppin State baseball program around. The 2012 edition of the Eagles featured 20 freshmen and sophomores laying the foundation for success in the coming years. Coppin has qualified for the MEAC Championship five out of the past seven years with a total of five tournament game wins. Coppin State was a semi-finalist in the 2013 Tournament after beating Bethune-Cookman and NC A&T. They came close to duplicating that feat in 2016 before losing a 12th inning hardly fought contest to Norfolk State 7-6. Under Reed, the 2013 Eagles had the nation’s highest win turnaround percentage while winning 18 games. Reed became Coppin’s second-winningest coach in school history after the 9-5 victory over NC A&T on February 18, 2018, and is in his fourth year serving as President of the MEAC Baseball Coaches Association. Reed is also in his third year serving on the 2018 NCAA Division I Baseball Regional Advisory Committee for the Atlantic Region.

John Poss
Head Coach, Wilson College

John Poss enters his first season as the head coach of the new baseball program in 2017. Poss brings an extensive baseball background to Wilson, both as a professional player and as a successful coach. Since 2012, he has led the St. Mary’s Catholic High School program in Annapolis, Maryland to a 123-28 record while grooming 22 student-athletes that would go on to compete at the collegiate level. Prior to taking over the program at St. Mary’s Catholic, Poss served as an assistant coach at his high school alma mater DeMatha Catholic, where he helped lead the powerhouse program to two Maryland State Private School championships. After a successful collegiate career for NCAA Division 1 programs at the University of Maryland Baltimore County and Winthrop University, Poss enjoyed a professional playing career in the Frontier and Atlantic Leagues as well as a stint in the Baltimore Orioles organization in 2000.

Brian Hollamon
Head Coach, University Maryland Eastern Shore

The University of Maryland Eastern Shore on August 21, 2017, appointed alumnus, one-time Hawks assistant and long-time Parkside High School coach Brian Hollamon to be its head baseball coach. Hollamon was a graduate assistant with the Hawks from 1996-99 when he earned a Masters of Education in Guidance and Counseling from the university. Since then, he has been a fixture in coaching interscholastic baseball on the Delmarva Peninsula. Over the last 14 seasons at Parkside, where he was also a guidance counselor, Hollamon has built a perennial power in the Bayside Conference, while consistently producing players who go on to play baseball at all levels including Division I.

Andrew Wright
Head Coach, University Charlestown

Andrew Wright, a 13 year college baseball coaching veteran, enters his 3rd year as the head coach of the Golden Eagles, after guiding the program to a record breaking year in 2017. The Golden Eagles won a program record 34 wins and won 10 of their last 14 games to earn a spot in the Mountain East Conference Championship game. Wright’s brilliant track record of recruiting and player development has paid off for the UCWV Baseball Program in what has proven to be a remarkable turnaround. The Golden Eagles improved their win total from a pedestrian 16 wins in 2016 to a staggering 34 wins in 2017, while boasting a 2017 roster of predominately underclassmen.

Bill Decker
Head Coach, Harvard University

Joe Bill Decker was introduced as the Joseph J. O'Donnell '67 Head Coach for Harvard Baseball on September 26, 2012. Decker, the 2008 ABCA National Coach of the Year, completed his 22nd season as head coach of the Trinity College (Conn.) baseball team in the spring of 2012. Trinity’s all-time winningest coach, he owns a 529-231 (.696) record while winning five conference championships and advancing to nine NCAA Tournament appearances and winning one national championship. In 2008, Decker led Trinity to a 45-1 mark en route to the school's first-ever NCAA Division III National title. After finishing the regular season undefeated, the Bantams ran their record streak to 44 games, which is the longest winning-streak in Division III history. The .978 winning percentage set a new NCAA record in any division in any sport. On top of being selected as the 2008 ABCA National Coach of the Year, Decker was also selected as the New England Coach of the Year in 1999, 2004, 2008 and 2009 as well as the New England Small College Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 2000, 2003, 2008 and 2009.

Tracy Smith
Head Coach, Arizona State University
Tracy Smith was hired as the fifth head baseball coach in program history on June 24, 2014. Smith earned National Coach of the Year honors and was a unanimous choice for Big Ten Coach of the Year after he led IU to the school's only College World Series appearance in 2013.

His accomplishments and accolades on the field speak for themselves, and his career has been defined by class, dignity and integrity, Anderson said. "He will be a great fit within the ASU family, our baseball community and our current student-athletes, and we can't wait for the new era of Sun Devil Baseball to begin under Tracy's guidance.” Smith comes to Tempe with 18 years of experience as a collegiate head coach, including nine at Miami University (Ohio) and nine at IU, where he was two-time Big Ten Coach of the Year. He led both programs to a pair of NCAA Regional appearances and has more than 600 career victories.

Jimmy Williams
Southern Maryland Baseball Staff

Coach Williams has sixteen years of professional baseball experience while playing in Baltimore Orioles, LA Dodgers and San Francisco Giants Organizations. His position was outfield. He has captured Most Valuable Player, Most Popular, TOPPS Player of the Month, and Batting Champion Awards while playing Pro baseball. The Giants placed him on their Major League Roster.

Jimmy's playing days, have also taken his talents abroad to The Dominican Republic, Mexico, Panama , Venezuela, Puerto Rico and the Chunichi Dragons in Japan where he played in the Japan World Series.

Al Corbeil
Head Coach, Polk Community College

In 2016, the Eagles ended the season ranked 10th in the country after going 39-17. The Eagles captured their third consecutive Suncoast Conference Championship and fifth in the past six seasons.

The 2016 season saw seven players earn All-Conference Honors, including Pitcher of the Year Zak Spivy and Fireman of the Year Justin Tworek. Cody Burgess was second in the country with a school-record 45 stolen bases.

Under Corbeil's watch the past six seasons, the Eagles have accumulated more wins than any other state college/community college program in Florida with a 236-87 record. The baseball program has been nationally recognized and ranked in the top 20 in the country by the NJCAA/Perfect Game in all six seasons.

Joe Purus
Assistant Baseball Coach, Delaware State University

Purus is in his first season on the Delaware State University staff. Prior to joining the Hornets, he served as catching and bullpen coach at Western Nevada College from 2014 to 2016. From December 2012 to May 2013, Purus was an assistant baseball coach and interim head coach Wilkes Community (N.C.) . His coaching resume also includes stints with, Morganton Aggies 18U and Madison High School. Purus earned a bachelor's degree in Sports Management (Human Performance Exercise Science) from Milligan College (Tenn.) in 2012 and associates from Wilkes CC in 2010. As a player, Purus was a two-time All-Region player at Wilkes CC. In two seasons at Wilkes, he combined for a better than .400 batting average, 19 home runs, 91 RBI, 107 hits, 23 doubles and five triples. While playing for Milligan College, he batted .338 with 51 hits, three homers, 47 RBI, 16 doubles and three triples.

Paul Kostacopoulos
Head Baseball Coach, Naval Academy

After completing just his first season at the helm of the Navy baseball team, Paul Kostacopoulos' work in progressively rebuilding a program that has won over 60 percent in its 111-year history can easily be seen.

Inheriting a team that won only 12 games in 2005, Kostacopoulos engineered a team that went 32-21-1 in 2006, the second-highest win total in school history and most by a first-year Navy skipper. The 20 victories over the previous season's mark ranks as the best turnaround in school history and tied for the largest win-improvement in Patriot League history. Navy's 24 victories in non-league contests also established a school record last season.

Liam Bowen
Assistant Coach, UMBC

Liam Bowen was named volunteer assistant baseball coach in September 2011.
Bowen comes to Baltimore after working as the pitching coach for Lincoln Memorial for the 2011 season. The team’s ERA fell from 7.67 the year before to 5.42 in 2011. Before joining the Division II school, Bowen worked at St. Mary’s College for four seasons, where the team’s ERA dropped from 7.25 in 2006 to 4.60 in 2009.

“Liam has a great record as a pitching coach,” Mumma said. “He comes highly recommended and will be a tremendous help to our pitching staff. Plus he gets to return to the area where he grew up, so it’s a great fit.” Bowen earned a Bachelor’s degree in history from Macalester College in Minnesota in 2006. He was named all-conference and the team’s most valuable player in 2004.

Jeff Kinne
Head Baseball Coach, Hampden-Sydney

Coach Kinne has been coaching collegiate baseball since 1994 as both a head and assistant coach.  As Head Coach at New Hampshire Technical Institute, Kinne led the Capitols to the NNESCC title in 1995.  He also served as an Assistant Coach at Charleston Southern University, VMI, Washington and Lee, and Mary Washington College.  Currently Kinne is in his second year as Head Coach at Hampden-Sydney.  He led the Tigers to their best season since 1991, finishing third at the ODAC Tournament.

Frank Szymanski
Head Baseball Coach, Chesapeake College

Szymanski, starting his 10th season with the Skipjacks, led Chesapeake to its first 20-win season in 2001, first 25-win season in 2003, and first 40-win season in 2005. That 2005 squad became the first Chesapeake baseball team to win region and district titles, advance to the NJCAA Division II World Series, and win a World Series game on the way to a fifth-place national finish."We feel like we’ve built a solid foundation for the baseball program," said Szymanski, who has compiled a 236-177-5 record with the Skipjacks. ""We’ve been in the playoffs every year and we’ve been competitive with almost every team. We really feel like we’re headed in the right direction." Winning has almost become expected under Szymanski, who has guided the program to six straight 25-win seasons and four consecutive 30-win campaigns. Chesapeake finished 32-18-1 in 2008, winning a school-record 21 conference games and reaching the NJCAA Division I Region XX Final Four for the first time in its two seasons since moving up to Division I

Tim Hill II
Head Coach, State College of Florida Manatee

Tim Hill II is in his 9th year as an assistant coach at Manatee Community College. A 1990 graduate of MCC, Coach Hill played in the Lancer baseball program from 1988 to 1990. He was named to the 1988 All-State Academic team and the 1990 All-State Tournament team.

Barry Batson
Assistant Coach, State College of Florida, Manatee


Bruce Cameron
Assistant Coach, Shenandoah University

The newest member of the SU baseball staff is Baltimore, Md. native Bruce Cameron. Cameron came to Shenandoah University in July 2008 after spending the past 11 years as an assistant coach at West Virginia University.

Ross Natoli
Head Coach, Catholic University

Head Coach Ross Natoli, in his 20th season at Catholic University, has built the Cardinals into one of the most respected and competitive NCAA Division III programs in the East. He has led CUA to 20 or more victories eight times in the past 12 years and in 2003 picked up his 300th career victory.

Under Natoli's direction, the Cardinals’ on-field personality reflects his own philosophy that perseverance, team unity and commitment form the foundation for a successful program. He continues to strive to develop his teams with the goal of being consistent contenders for NCAA tournament play in the future.

A native Washingtonian, Natoli was a standout outfielder at cross-town rival George Washington University, from which he earned his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering in 1981. After playing for two teams that advanced to the NCAA Division I Tournament (1977, 1979), he served as the Colonials’ topassistant coach from 1981-1984. He became the Cards' head coach in the fall of 1985, and is also widely recognized for founding and directing the highly regarded Catholic University Instructional Baseball Camps & Clinics for youth in the Washington metropolitan area.

Guy Robertson
Head Baseball Coach, Frostburg State University

Robertson brings with him a great deal of experience coaching the game of baseball including a solid background within the state of Maryland. He comes to Frostburg after serving as the Director of Recruiting for the Baseball Factory in Columbia, Md. since July 2006. While there, he helped place kids with colleges and universities all across the country. Robertson served as the head coach at NCAA Division I Coppin State from 2002 through 2006. He is the all-time leader in winning percentage, second all-time in both CSU wins (64) and MEAC wins (30). He also holds the school record for victories in a single-season (21). In 2005, he was selected as the MEAC Coach of the Year after posting a 10-7 league record.

Luke Howard
Assistant Baseball Coach, King College

In just one season the effects of Luke Howard’s teachings to the King Tornado pitching staff have become evident after the Scarlet and Navy achieved 30 wins and advanced to the conference postseason tournament, largely behind the Tornado’s arms. Howard begins his second season with King serving as the team’s pitching coach and recruiting coordinator. Despite the loss of the team’s ace from 2011, Howard helped mold a three-armed machine that accounted for 22 of the team’s 30 wins last season. He helped Cory Rhoades become the Tornado’s No. 1 hurler, leading the team in wins (9), earned run average (3.09), and strikeouts (74) en route to achieving All-Conference honors. Rhodes was second in the conference in overall wins and third in strikeouts while posting numbers across the board that were personal improvements for the sophomore. Howard also groomed lefty Reiss Stanley into a full-time starter while turning Wes Houser into a threat from the bump at any point in the game with his seven wins, two saves, and three complete games while leading the team and finishing second in the league in innings pitched (98.0).

Tom Eller
Head Baseball Coach, Harford Community College

With head coach Tom Eller at the helm of the Harford baseball team, the Fighting Owls have soared to new heights. Under the guidance of the five-year head coach, Harford has recorded its most successful campaigns in program history in back-to-back years, capped by the record-breaking 44-win 2011 season. This past season, Eller amassed his 100th career victory while clinching the regular-season NJCAA Region XX title and the school’s first-ever top seed in the regional tournament. For his efforts, Eller was rewarded with the 2011 MDJUCO Coaches’ Association Co-Coach of the Year.

Adam Schlenoff
Assistant Baseball Coach, Johns Hopkins University

Jordan Wright
Assistant Baseball Coach, Stephenson College

Stevenson baseball head coach Jason Tawney announced that former Mustang Jordan Wright will join the coaching staff for the 2017 season, serving as the team's graduate assistant. Wright, a 2013 graduate of Stevenson, played one season for the Mustangs after competing in three seasons for Centenary College. Over his four-year career, Wright appeared in 127 games while making 81 starts. He recorded a .270 batting average and totaled 87 hits, 55 runs, 153 RBIs, 20 doubles and two home runs. Following graduation, Wright joined City Year Los Angeles as a Corps Member where he designed individual strategic support programs in English, language arts and math for sixth grade students. From there he also held positions as a counselor at Harold Robinson Foundation and most recently at Camp Ubuntu Watts. Wright earned his Bachelors of Science in Business Administration with a minor in human services.

Mike Scappa
Head Baseball Coach, York College

Mike Scappa was named the fourth York College baseball coach in the 44 years of the program’s history in July of 2011. Scappa replaced long-time head coach Paul Saikia, who had served as the Spartans’ leader since 1998. Saikia was named the Spartans’ Assistant Dean for Athletics and Recreation in late spring of 2011.

Scappa's first year at the helm of the program saw the Spartans notch a record of 22-20. After a rough start to the campaign, York rallied to win 10 of their final 14 games with a young and talented roster that is primed for very good 2013 season. The Spartans were very close to having a much different record in 2012 as the Spartans lost nine one-run decisions.

Ron Siers
Associate Head Coach, Salisbury University

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Baltimore Orioles

Tim Norris
Baltimore Orioles

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Baltimore Orioles


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