Marc Fink added to Seton Hall Coaching Staff

FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE

FinkPhoto SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. – The Seton Hall baseball team has hired Marc Fink to the position of volunteer assistant coach.  The announcement was made by head coach Rob Sheppard as Fink joins the seventh year head coach following a three-year coaching stint with Jackson Memorial High School.

After graduating from Jackson Memorial High School in 1994 where he received multiple All-County, All-Shore, and All-State awards, Fink was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers beginning his nine year professional playing career.

Following three seasons in the Brewers minor league system, the 1994 All-American honoree moved on to play in the Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, and St. Louis Cardinals organizations.  During that time, Fink was honored as a two-time Top 10 prospect by Baseball America as well as a two-time minor league All-Star.

From 2002-04, the graduate of Thomas Edison College owned and operated a Future Stars Baseball Academy where he used his professional baseball experiences to guide, lead, and work with players of all age groups.