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Toledo claimed its first Mid-American Conference West Division title in school history with a 5-2 victory over Eastern Michigan (May 18). The Rockets' 19-8 (.704) MAC record equaled their best mark since the conference went to three-game series prior to the 2004 campaign. The Midnight Blue & Gold also finished 19-8 in the league during the 2010 season. Toledo's 19 conference victories are tied for second most in school history. The single-season record is 23 wins set in 1999.

Cory Mee


Head Coach: University of Toledo

Cory Mee enters his ninth season as the head baseball coach at the University of Toledo. A veteran of 19 years of collegiate coaching, Mee and his staff have steadily improved the Toledo baseball program to where it is an annual contender for a Mid-American Conference championship. Development is where Mee has made his mark as a college coach. As an assistant coach at both Notre Dame and Michigan State, Mee built a reputation as an outstanding instructor and teacher of the fundamentals of the game. Under his tutelage, almost 50 players have developed into professionals. It is not surprising then, that his focus at Toledo is on the development of each individual player in his program.

Under Mee's guidance, the Rockets have advanced to the MAC Tournament on four occasions in the last five years. UT has also finished second in the MAC West Division on two occasions in that same time span.

Individually, 13 Rockets have earned All-MAC honors on 15 occasions. In addition, a pair of Toledo players have garnered first-team All-Mideast Region accolades.


Josh Bradford


Assistant Coach: University of Toledo

Josh Bradford is in his seventh season as an assistant coach at the University of Toledo. Bradford is entering his fifth season as a full-time assistant after having worked as the volunteer assistant in 2004-05. He serves as the program's recruiting coordinator and pitching coach.

"Josh has done an outstanding job working with our pitchers, and he is responsible for much of their development," 2010 MAC Coach of the Year Cory Mee said. "I think it can be seen with the three pitchers we had drafted in the last two years, as well as having three all-conference pitchers during this same time. We have a lot of depth on this year's staff, and I'm really excited about this group."

Under Bradford's guidance, a trio of Rocket hurlers have made All-MAC honors - Mike Hamann (second-team in 2010), Matt Suschak (second team in 2010) and Matt Kuna (second team 2009).


Jake Oester


Assistant Coach: University of Toledo

Jake Oester has rejoined the Toledo baseball program as the team's volunteer assistant coach. This will be Jake's first year in the coaching ranks after finishing up his professional playing career in the Chicago White Sox organization.

The Cincinnati, OH native played for the Rockets from 2005-09 and was a team captain during his final season. Oester started 194 of 201 games in his UT career and batted .272 (190-for-699) with 129 runs scored, 34 doubles, five triples, 15 home runs and 92 RBI. The four-year letterwinner recorded 52 multi-hit efforts and finished fifth in school history in walks (85) and seventh in runs scored. Oester also played a key role in helping the Midnight Blue & Gold advance to the championship game of the 2009 Mid-American Conference Tournament for a second time in school history.

Upon graduating from UT with a bachelor's degree in marketing, Oester signed as an undrafted free agent by the Chicago White Sox and spent three years in the club's minor league organization from 2010-12. During that span, Oester hit .220 with 170 hits, 44 two-base hits, four triples, five roundtrippers and 90 RBI in 236 games. Though most of his professional career was spent at a Class-A level, Oester played a total of 86 contests for Double-A Birmingham in 2011 and 2012.

This will be Oester's initiation to coaching baseball, but he comes from a rich baseball pedigree, as his father Ron played for the Cincinnati Reds from 1978-1990.

Nick McIntyre


Assistant Coach: University of Toledo

Nick McIntyre is in his fourth season as an assistant coach at the University of Toledo. McIntyre is entering his first season as a full-time assistant after having worked as a graduate assistant in 2010-11 and as a volunteer assistant in 2009. McIntyre will work with all aspects of the program, but his main responsibilites will be assisting with the infielders and serving as the third-base coach.

"We are obviously excited about the upcoming season," McIntyre said. "I like our balance on the mound and at the plate. We have a good mixture of veteran leadership and young talent in both positions that will contribute on both sides of the ball. With the tough schedule Coach Mee put together this season, our players will be ready to fight for a MAC championship."

Last spring, McIntyre helped Toledo to a MAC Tournament appearance for a third-consecutive season and fourth time in the last five years.


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