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The 2017 campaign marked the Rockets third straight Mid-American Conference tournament appearance and the ninth in the last 11 years under head coach Cory Mee. Over the last decade the Rockets have consistently finished in the top half of the conference owning the fourth highest winning percentage in MAC games during that time.
Coach Mee and his staff take great pride in the quality of instruction provided at each camp. Emphasizing energy and a dedication to the Rocket way, the Toledo baseball camps provide a one-of-a-kind opportunity to improve your game and showcase your skills.
Head Coach: University of Toledo
Now in his 14th season at the helm of the Toledo baseball program, Cory Mee and his staff have steadily improved the Rockets' program to where it consistently contends for Mid-American Conference championships.
Pitching Coach: University of Toledo
Josh Bradford is in his 11th season as an assistant coach at the University of Toledo. Bradford is entering his ninth season as a full-time assistant after working for two seasons as the volunteer assistant in 2004-05. He serves as the program's recruiting coordinator and pitching coach.
Assistant Coach: University of Toledo
Nick McIntyre is in his eighth season as an assistant coach at the University of Toledo. McIntyre is entering his seventh season as a full-time assistant after having worked a volunteer assistant in 2009. McIntyre works with all aspects of the program, but his main responsibilities are serving as the hitting coach and infield instructor.
Volunteer Assistant Coach: University of Toledo
Ryan Chipka enters his second season as assistant coach at the University of Toledo. Chipka returns to Toledo after serving as the Director of Player Development and Scouting at Norfolk State in Norfolk, Va. last season.
While at NSU Chipka served in a multi-faceted role. He oversaw the strength and speed training and nutritional plan for the baseball program. He was also in charge of obtaining and creating all scouting information, monitoring the team's academic progress and other program enhancements such as the Spartan Speaker Series and team's leadership training.
As a player, Chipka had an excellent collegiate career for the Warriors. As the only four-time captain in program history, he helped lead the program to back-to-back USCAA Small College World Series appearances, including a program-best third-place finish in 2012. Chipka was named an NAIA All-American, and he currently the holds the school record in hits, assists, and consecutive starts his senior season.