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Head Coach: Ramapo College
Coach Rich Martin enters his 13th season as head coach of the Roadrunner Baseball program. Coach Martin brings a wealth of baseball experience and a long history of baseball tradition with him to the Mahwah campus. He holds an impressive 528-405-2 overall coaching record (.566 winning percentage). At Ramapo he holds a record of 263-191-2 (.579 winning percentage) overall coming into the 2013 season. Martin has led the Roadrunners to two straight NCAA appearances recieving at-large bids to the tournament in 2011 and 2012, while earning four straight ECAC Championships in 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010. He also has participated in five NJAC Tournaments throughout his tenure at Ramapo (2004, 2007, 2009, 2011, and 2012).
Last season (2012), Martin's team recorded 35 victories tying the record for most wins in a season which was set back in 1981. Ramapo finished the season at 10-8 overall in the conference earning a #5 seed to the post-season championship tournament. Martin recorded his 500th career coaching victory when his team defeated Oglethorpe University in Lakeland Florida, 21-6. Following the 2011 season Martin was named NJCBA Coach of the Year.
Martin has coached 39 players who signed professional baseball contracts. After the 2002 season at Ramapo, senior Shaun Burstein signed a contract with the St. Louis Cardinals and senior Jason Valloni with the New Jersey Jackals.
For seven years, Coach Martin served as head baseball coach at Division I, Hofstra University where he stands as the winningest coach in the history of the University. In 1993 he led his team to the East Coast Conference Championship and in 1995 recorded a school-best 27 victories and notched his 200th career victory. The following year, his team led the North Atlantic Conference in batting, home runs and runs scored. He graduated 93% of his players at the university.
Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator
Josh Epstein enters his sixth year as assistant coach, and third overseeing the Roadrunner pitching staff. Epstein also coordinates the recruiting for the Roadrunner baseball program.
The 2012 Roadrunner pitching staff built off their success on the mound from the previous season. Overall the staff finished 35-15 with a 3.63 ERA, and a .259 batting average against. Ramapo was ranked nationally in many categories, including walks per nine innings, 2.81 (34th), and strikeout to walk ratio of 2.52 (20th). A pair of Roadrunners earned NJAC All-Conference and All-NJCBA awards for their efforts. PJ Cerreto (7-2, 2.77 ERA) earned NJAC Second Team All-Conference and NJCBA All-State First Team awards, while fellow Travis Zilg (7-3, two saves, 2.66 ERA) earned NJAC Honorable Mention All-Conference and NJCBA All-State Third Team honors. NJAC Pitchers of the Week awards went out to three different Roadrunners: Zilg, Frank Baldini, and Dan LaRocca, while Mark Doyle earned Rookie Pitcher of the Week honors during the 2012 season.
During the 2011 season, the staff boasted a 30-14 record. The Ramapo staff finished with a team ERA of 3.44, good for 36th in the country, and down from 5.76 in 2010. Also, the Roadrunner arms gave up just a hair over eight hits per game, good for 15th nationally. Travis Zilg (6-3, 2.93 ERA) earned NJAC Second Team All-Conference and All-NJCBA Second Team honors. PJ Cerreto (6-2, 2.15 ERA) earned All-NJCBA 3rd Team honors.
A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Epstein graduated from Ramapo in 2006 with a degree in business, concentration in marketing. He was a four-year member of the Ramapo team being named captain prior to his senior year. Following the 2005 season, he received honors such as team Most Improved Player, and was named to the Jewish Sports Review All America Team. He served as the President of Student Athlete Advisory Committee for the 2005-2006 academic year, and won the school's SAAC Award in May 2006.
Assistant Coach/Hitting and Fielding
Doug Aday enters his third season on the Roadrunner coaching staff. Aday will serves as the Hitting and Fielding Coach for the Roadrunner program.
In 2011 the Roadrunners finished posted a 30-14 overall record and earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. It's the first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 1988. Ramapo led the highly competitive New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) with a .316 team batting average and on base percentage of .411. In addition, the Roadrunners went on to set a school record .962 team fielding percentage. Three team members earned NJAC All-Conference honors following the 2011 season, Kevin Knox, Christian Spurr, and Rob Dimperio.
Coach Aday was a four-year member of the Ramapo College Baseball team from 2001-2005. During his tenure at Ramapo, Aday served as captain of the program. During his senior year, he became the school's All-Time career leader in doubles (62), RBI (150), and hits (222). He also finished his career ranked in the Top 10 in virtually every offensive category. Aday also holds the single season record for doubles (21) in a season. Coach Aday was a two-time All-NJAC performer, two-time NJCBA performer. He also was a two-time Rawlings Mid-Atlantic Regional All-American member, and two-time Team MVP during his time at Ramapo.
From 2005-2010 Coach Aday was coaching and teaching in the Kansas City, MO area. Coach Aday currently resides in Mahwah, NJ.
Coach Driscoll enters his second season as an assistant coach on the Roadrunner baseball staff.
Driscoll was a two-year member of the Roadrunner baseball team from 2010-2011. During the 2011 season, he recorded a .331 batting average while playing in 40 games and starting 37. He collected 40 hits while knocking in 18 RBI and scoring 26 runs. Driscoll was 8-9 in stolen bases and recorded 73 putouts and 93 assists. The team finished with a 30-14 overall record and earned the program's eighth overall NCAA Regional bid and the first one since the 1986 season.
Coach Driscoll is currently finishing his degree in chemistry from Ramapo College. He resides in Sparta, NJ.