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Jeff Moore Named Assistant Baseball Coach
BALTIMORE—Jeff Moore has been appointed assistant baseball coach, head coach Bob Mumma announced Monday. Mumma also has announced that assistant coach Tim O’Brien will remain with the program for the fourth consecutive season.
Moore, who served as a volunteer assistant coach for the Retrievers in 2007, has been the coordinator of recreation programs as well as the summer day camp director at UMBC for the last three years.
“We’re excited to have Jeff back as a part of our program,” Mumma said. “He’s a young, energetic coach and we’re happy to give him this opportunity to get back into coaching.”
Moore, who was a standout player with York College and currently holds a share of three NCAA Division III records, will work mainly with the base runners and outfielders.
“We’re going be more aggressive on the base paths moving forward and Jeff is going to be a big asset in accomplishing that,” the head coach said.
O’Brien, who has over 20 years of experience, is back for his fourth season with the Retrievers and will be working with the hitters and infielders along with developing a comprehensive conditioning program for the squad.
“Tim brings a wealth of experience including work with USA Baseball and being able to work with our entire team and not just our pitchers will really benefit the program,” Mumma said. “Also, with his experience in major league scouting, he will be a big help when it comes to recruiting.”
Mumma is expected to announce a pitching coach later this month.