MILWAUKEE – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Athletic Director George Koonce has announced that head baseball coach Scott Doffek has signed a new three-year contract.
Doffek just concluded his third season as the head coach of the Panthers. He was named the seventh head baseball coach in school history on Sept. 25, 2006.
"I am pleased that we have been able to agree with Scott Doffek on a new three-year contract," Koonce said. "Scott has given many great years of service to our department and university, and has led our baseball program to tremendous success. We look forward to having Scott with us for many years to come."
ATLANTA-After leading the Georgia State baseball program to the most successful season in school history, head coach Greg Frady has been rewarded with a five-year contract, Director of Athletics Cheryl L. Levick announced. Continue reading →
Hatter fans will be very pleased to hear that Stetson Athletics Director Jeff Altier has announced that the contract of Head Baseball Coach Pete Dunn has been extended through the 2013 season.
“We are very pleased to announce that Coach Dunn will be with us for at least another five years,” said Altier. “His record and his accomplishments here at Stetson speak for themselves.” Continue reading →
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Canisius College director of athletics Bill Maher announced today that baseball coach Mike McRae has signed a multi-year contract extension, to continue as head coach of the Golden Griffin baseball program through the 2011 season. Continue reading →
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The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees at the University of South Carolina has approved a one-year contract extension for head baseball coach Ray Tanner. The contract extension keeps Tanner under contract through the end of the 2013 season. Coach Tanner is in his 13th year as head coach for the Gamecock baseball program. Continue reading →
The University of Missouri has signed Head Baseball Coach Tim Jamieson to a contract extension that will keep Jamieson at Mizzou through the 2013 season, as announced Tuesday by Director of Athletics Mike Alden. Jamieson will enter his 15th season as the Tigers’ head coach next spring with a record of 480-329-2. He needs just two victories to move into second place on the all-time wins list at Mizzou, passing former coach John “Hi” Simmons.
“We continue to be very pleased with Coach Jamieson’s leadership of our baseball program,” Alden said. “He truly focuses our team on our core values of academic excellence, social responsibility and competitive excellence.” Continue reading →