Baseball Coach Matt Wolski Resigns;
Interim Head Coach Announced
Windsor, N.J. -- Matt
Wolski has resigned his position as head coach for men's baseball
at Mercer County Community College, according to Athletics
Director John Simone. Wolski, who began coaching at Mercer
in 2005, had many successes during his six seasons with the
Vikings. His total career record was 133-98-1.
Wolski's 2008 squad was his most successful, finishing the
year 34-13 and earning the NJCAA Region 19 title. The Vikings
ended the 2011 season 21-16; the team's no. 1 pitcher, James
Pugliese, was drafted by the Chicago Cubs.
Said Simone, "We appreciate the six years of leadership,
mentoring, and baseball skills that Matt imparted to our student
athletes. He established a work ethic and seriousness about
baseball that served our players well on the field and in
the classroom. We wish him the best in his future professional
and personal endeavors."
Kerins, currently an assistant coach, will serve as the interim
head coach. He will be assisted by Fred Carella and Shawn
Reindel. He takes over a squad that features a number of experienced
sophomores, including outfielder Ian Moyer, who was selected
to the 2011 All-Region Second Team.
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