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Matt Untiet added to Stetson Coaching Staff

FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE

Untiet DeLand, Fla. – The Stetson baseball program has added Matt Untiet to replace former Hatter standout Clint Chrysler who was hired by Winthrop University as their new pitching coach.

A Connecticut native, Untiet comes to Stetson from the University of New Haven where he spent two seasons as a graduate assistant coach. Untiet was responsible for hitting and infield instruction and was the outfield coach. He also assisted with recruiting, academic assistance for the players, and with the running of summer camps. In addition he coached in summer camps at the University of Connecticut, Vanderbilt, and Boston College.

Untiet earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from UConn in 2008 and then a Master’s Degree in Sports Management at New Haven in 2010.

While at Connecticut, Untiet played four seasons for the Huskies at first base and third base. He’s the Huskies all time putout leader with 1,250 and totaled over 100 RBI in his four years.

At Stetson Untiet will be responsible working with outfielders and first basemen, coaching first base, and assisting Coach Leavitt with the hitters.