FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE
Bronx, N.Y. – Fordham baseball coach Nick Restaino announced the hiring of Trevor Brown as pitching coach today. Brown comes to Rose Hill after a seven year stint with Pace University where his staffs ranked among the leaders in the conference and in the nation in ERA, strikeouts and saves.
In 2009, Pace’s pitching staff ranked third in the conference in strikeouts (297) and saves (11) while Brown coached his hurlers in 2008 to the top ranking in Division II in ERA (2.62) and hits per inning. In 2007, Brown’s pitching staff ranked second in the conference in strikeouts, saves and runners picked off and third in opposing team’s batting average and fourth in ERA.
Prior to his tenure with Pace, Brown served as pitching coach at Georgetown University for two seasons while he began his coaching career as pitching coach and recruiting coordinator at his alma mater Eastern Connecticut State University from 1999-2000.
Brown brings professional playing experience, having played two seasons in the Western Australian Baseball League with one-year stays with the Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs of the Eastern League and the Johnstown Steel of the Frontier League.
Brown currently resides in Branford, Conn. with his wife Jennifer and daughter Bailey.