Former Salisbury University head baseball coach Doug Fleetwood discusses Mike Celenza's legacy and impact on the baseball program.
Salisbury University associate head baseball coach, and professor of education, leadership, and athletic coaching Ron Siers, Jr., Ph.D. was announced as one of the recipients of SU's Distinguished Faculty Award on Thursday. The honor, awarded yearly, is selected by faculty to recognize faculty.
D3baseball.com released the 2010’s All-Decade team and Salisbury University standout Pete Grasso ’17 was selected to the second team as a utility player. In total, 82 players were honored on the All-Decade team across the first-, second-, third-, and honorable mention teams.
The Salisbury University athletic department in conjunction with the Hall of Fame Committee is pleased to announce the Salisbury University Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2020. The class will feature Kylor Berkman ’09 (Men’s Lacrosse), Mike Celenza ’10, M’13 (Baseball), Kelly Phillips ’08 (Women’s Lacrosse), Delanie Spriggs ’10 (Men’s Track & Field), Kyle Sterling ’10 (Men’s Soccer), Danielle (Twilley) Sweitzer ’08, M’09, D.N.P. ’11 (Field Hockey) and Doug Fleetwood ’72 (Baseball).
Head baseball coach Troy Brohawn talks about playing small ball, the legacy of SU baseball and more.