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FAU Baseball …
Head Coach: Florida Atlantic University
John McCormack completed his seventh season as head baseball coach at Florida Atlantic in 2015 after serving 11 years as associate head coach and seven years as an assistant coach.
Pitching Coach/Recruiting Coordinator: Florida Atlantic University
Through his coaching and recruiting efforts, Jason Jackson has helped Florida Atlantic remain one of the top baseball programs in the NCAA South-Central region. He joined the coaching staff in the summer of 2008.
Assistant Coach/Hitting: Florida Atlantic University
The 2016 season is Greg Mamula's first season at Florida Atlantic and sixteenth season overall as a college baseball coach. Mamula is the Owl's hitting coach, outfield coach and third-base coach.
Marlin's assistant coach responsibilities at FAU will include being in charge of outfield defense, coaching first base during gameday, and seconding coach Greg Mamula with the hitters. Most recently, Marlin had similar duties at High Point, as first base coach and head of outfield defense while assisting with the Panthers' hitting and offensive approach. He also developed and led all High Point Baseball Camps.
Prior to his stint at High Point, Marlin was close by at Florida Southern College, a Division II program in Lakeland, Florida. He was the Mocs' assistant coach and recruiting coordinator, and again was in charge of outfield defense. In addition, he was the team's bench and hitting coach and developed strength and conditioning programs for position players. The 2014 FSC squad made the NCAA South Regional championship game, and he worked with four MLB draft picks.
Marlin played four years of collegiate baseball at Penn State, starting a total of 162 career games in the Nittany Lions' outfield. He batted just under .300 for his career and was the team's top conference hitter as a senior, batting .338. Marlin earned his undergraduate degree in crime, law and justice. He is from Orlando and starred at Bishop Moore Catholic High School.