Saturday, March 13, 2010

Stony Brook's Matt Senk talks about the Alabama baseball series

By Dan Harralson

Matt Senk enters his 19th season as the Stony Brook University head baseball coach with the Seawolves. Historically the Seahawks are known as one of the top programs in not only the America East, but also the Northeast Region. Prior to accepting the coaching position at Stony Brook, Senk spent three years as head coach at Kellenberg Memorial High School where his teams were successful in capturing league and division championships. Before coaching at Kellenberg, Senk was the head coach at St. Agnes Cathedral High School, guiding his team to a division championship and being awarded Nassau-Suffolk Catholic High School Athletic Association Coach of the Year. Senk is a graduate of Cortland State where he earned his Bachelor's degree in psychology in 1980. While at Cortland, Senk was the Red Dragon's starting catcher for three seasons, a two-time All-SUNYAC selection and the team's Most Valuable Player as a senior. Senk later earned his master's degree in physical education from Adelphi University and is a member of the American Baseball Coaches Association. Here is the audio of the interview with coach Senk:

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